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adulescens
adulescentis m. and f. - young man or woman
annus
anni m. - year
Asia
asiae f. - Asia
Caesar
Caesaris m. - Caesar
mater
matris f. - mother
medicus
medici m. doctor
medica
medicae f. doctor
pater
patris m. father
patientia
patientiae f. suffering, patience, endurance
principium
principii n. beginning
acerbus
acerba, acerbum - harsh, bitter, grievious
pro
prep + abl. in front of, before
diu
adv. for a long time, long
nuper
adv. - recently
amitto
amittere, amisi, amissum - to lose, let go
cado
cadere cecidi casurum - to fall
creo
creare, creavi, creatum - to create
divitiae
divitiarum f. pl. - riches, wealth
factum
facti n. deed, act achievement
signuum
signi n. sign, signal, seal
ipse
ipsa, ipsum, - myself, yourself, himself, herself, itself / the very "thing,man,woman"
quisque,
quidque - each one, each person, each thing (cuiusque, cuique etc - declined)
sui
reflexive pron. 3rd person - himself, herself, itself
doctus
docta, doctum - learnEd, skilled
fortunatus
fortunata, fortunatum - lucky, fortunate,
suus
sua, suum - reflexive pronoun - his own, her own, its own, their own
nam
conj. for
ante
prep + acc. before
per
prep + acc. through - with reflexive pronoun - by
olim
once upon a time
alo
alere, alui, altum - to sustain
diligo
diligere, dilexi, dilectum - to esteem, love
iungo
iungere, iunxi, iunctum - to join
sto
stare, steti, stetum - to stand, stand still