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area, ae, f.
threshing floor, open space
auriga, ae, m.
charioteer
cauda, ae, f.
tail
caupona, ae, f.
inn
cena, ae, f.
dinner
culpa, ae, f.
blame, fault
fossa, ae, f.
ditch
habenae, arum, f.pl.
reins
ira, ae, f.
anger
pars, partis, f.
gen. plural: partium
part
pila, ae, f.
ball
porta, ae, f.
gate
rota, ae, f.
wheel
Via Appia
Appian Way (road from Rome to Brundisium)
virga, ae, f.
rod, stick
animus, i, m.
mind
dominus, i, m.
master
iocus, i, m.
joke
lectus, i, m.
bed
legatus, i, m.
envoy
patruus, i, m.
uncle
rusticus, i, m.
peasant
somnus, i, m.
sleep
tabellarius, i, m.
courier
vilicus, i, m.
overseer
auxilium, i, nt.
help
periculum, i, nt.
danger
silentium, i, nt.
silence
cubiculum, i, nt.
bedroom
vestigium, i, nt.
track, footprint
vehiculum, i, nt.
vehicle
cisium, i, nt.
light, two-wheeled carriage
baculum, i, nt.
stick
aedificium, i, nt.
buidling
caelum, i, nt.
sky
mandatum, i, nt.
order, instruction
plaustrum, i, nt.
cart, wagon
sepulcrum, i, nt.
tomb
somnium, i, nt.
dream
ars, artis, f.
gen. plural: artium
skill
bos, bovis, m./f.
ox
canis, canis, m./f.
dog
caupo, cauponis, m.
innkeeper
civis, civis, m./f.
gen. plural: civium
citizen
homo, hominis, m.
person, man
hospes, hospitis, m./f.
guest, host, friend, person related to someone of another city by ties of hospitality
lux, lucis, f.
light
miles, militis, m.
soldier
nubes, nubis, f.
cloud
pes, pedis, m.
foot
pulvus, pulveris, m.
dust
corpus, corporis, nt.
body
nomen, nominis, nt.
name
iter, itineris, nt.
journey
onus, oneris, nt.
load, burden
tempus, temporis, nt.
time
murmur, murmuris, nt.
murmur
stercus, stercoris, nt.
dung, manure
parens, parentis, m./f.
parent
pater, patris, m.
father
mater, matris, f.
mother
liberi, orum, m.pl.
children
filius, i, m.
son
filia, ae, f.
daughter
frater, fratris, m.
brother
soror, sororis, f.
sister
vir, viri, m.
man, husband
uxor, uxoris, f.
wife
manus, us, f.
hand