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amor
amoris m. LOVE
carmen
carminis n. song, poem
civitas
civitatis f, state
homo
hominis m. human-being, man
labor
laboris m. labor, work, toil
littera
litterae f. a letter of the alphabet
litterae (pl)
litterarum - a letter (epistle)
mos
moris m. - habit, custom, manner
nomen
nominis n. - name
pax
pacis f. - peace
regina
reginae f. queen
rex
regis m. - king
tempus
temporis n. - time, occasion, opportunity
terra
terrae f. - earth, ground
uxor
uxoris f. - wife
virgo
virginis f. - maiden, virgin
virtus
virtutis f. - manliness, courage, excellence, character, worth, VIRTUE
novus
nova, novum - new, strange
post
prep + acc. - after, behind
sub
prep + abl. - under
audeo
audere, ausus sum - to dare
neco
(1) - to kill
copia
copiae f. - abundance, suppy
frater
fratris m. - brother
laus
laudis f. praise, glory, fame
libertas
libertatis f. liberty
ratio
rationis f. - reckoning, account, reason, judgement, etc.
scriptor
scriptoris, m. - writer
soror
sororis f. - sister
victoria
victoriae, f. - victory
dum
CONJ - while, as long as
ad
prep + acc - to, up to, near to
ex (e)
prep + abl. out of, from, from within
numquam
ADV, never
tamen
ADV, nevertheless
ago
agere, egi, actum - to drive, lead, do, act, pass, spend
gratias agere
+ dative - to thank someone
demonstro
(1) to point out, to show
disco
discere, didici - to learn
doceo
docere docui, doctum - to teach
duco
ducere, duxi, ductum - to lead, consider, regard
gero
gerere, gessi, gessum - to carry (on), to wage
scribo
scribere, scripsi, scriptum - to write
traho
trahere, traxi, tractum - to draw, drag
vinco
vincere, vici, victum - to conquer, overcome