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Caligula
Caligula (emperor)
causa
reason
gloria
fame, glory
mappa
napkin
poeta
poet
meta
turning post
taberna
shop
terra
earth, ground
amphitheatrum
amphitheater
atrium
atrium, main room
bona
goods, possessions
captivus
captive, prisoner
cirriculum
race track
Forum
the Forum (town center)
gladius
sword
ludus
school
oculus
eye
patronus
patron
signum
signal
stilus
pen
tablinum
study
vinum
wine
Caesar
Caesar (title for the emperor)
caput
head
cliens
client
coniunx
husband, wife
custos
guard
factio
company (of charioteers)
lapis
stone
mulier
woman
sonitus
sound
strepitus
noise
tumultus
uproar, commotion
dies
day
res
thing, matter, situation
albatus
white
antiquus
old
aureus
golden
excitatus
wakened
feriatus
celebrating a holiday
meus
my, mine
oppressus
crushed
parvulus
little, small
prasinus
green
quadratus
sqared
oratio
speech
postis
doo-post
praedo
robber
spectator
spectator
victor
winner, victor
aestus
heat
aquaeductus
aqueduct
arcus
arch
complexus
embrace
domus
house
manus
hand
metus
fear
reditus
return
risus
laugh, smile
senatus
Senate
quintus
fifth
russatus
red
suus,a,um
his own, her own, its own, their own
tertius
third
tuus,a,um
your, your own, yours (sing.)
venetus
blue
vester
your, your own, yours (plural)
immortalis
immortal
servare
to save
vetare
to forbid
debere
ought (+ infin.)
favere
to favor (+ dat.)
iaceo, iacere
to lie on the ground
noceo, nocere
to do harm to (+ dat.)
teneo, tenere
to hold
accidit
it happens
claudere
to close, shut
confidere
to give trust to (+ dat.)
devertere
to turn aside
stertere
to snore
accidit
it happens
claudere
to close, shut
confidere
to give trust to (+ dat.)
devertere
to turn aside
stertere
to snore