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Terra, terrae
earth, land
Porta, portae
gate
Maria, mariae
mary
Nauta, nautae
sailor
Victoria, victoriae
victory
Silvae, slivae
forest
Gloria, Gloriae
fame, glory
Orat
he, she, it prays
Orant
they pray
Vedit
he, she, it sees
Vedent
they see
Non
not
laudat
he, she, it praises
laudant
they praise
provincia, ae
province
case for possessives and "of" phrases
genitive
dedit
he, she, it gave
dederunt
they gave
gladius, i
sword
sed, conjunction
but
oppidum, i
town
gallia, ae
gaul
gallus, i
a gaul
romanus, i
a roman
roma, ae
rome
propter, prep. w. acc
on account of
cum, prep. w. abl.
with
post, prep. w. acc.
after, behind
in, prep. w. abl.
in, on
caesar, caesaris
caesar
salus, salutis
saftey
welfare
salvation
vox vocis
voice
cry
audivit
he, she, it heard
virtus, virtutis
courage
virtue
miles, militis
soldier
pax, pacis
peace
via, ae
road
way
populus, i
people
nation
muniverunt
they fortified
they constructed(w. viam or vias)
there is
est
there are
sunt
pars, partis
part
collis, collis, m.
hill
hostis, hostis
enemy (in war)
gens, gentis
tribe
caedes, caedis
slaughter
frater, fratris
brother
pater, patris
father
mater, matris
mother
mons, montis
mountain
clamor, clamoris
shouting
shout
princeps, principis
chief
leading man
occiderunt
they killed
Paternal
care
the crown
prince
maternal
affection
clamorous
demands
fraternal
love
flumen, fluminis
river
iter, itineris
journey, march, route
corpus, corporis
body
vulnus, vulneris
wound
agmen, agminis
column (of soldiers)
army (on the march)
nomen, nominis
name
mundus, i
world
erat
he, she, it was
erant
they were