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amo
I love (1)
porto
I carry (1)
laudo
I praise (1)
oro
I pray (1)
laboro
I work (1)
1st Conjugation Endings
o - mus
s - tis
t - nt
Roma
Rome (1)
Italia
Italy (1)
gloria
glory (1)
vita
life (1)
aqua
water (1)
memoria
memory (1)
victoria
victory (1)
navigo
I sail (1)
paro
I prepare (1)
specto
I look at (1)
Ora et labora
Pray and work.
Mater Italiae - Roma
The mother of Italy - Rome
Caelum et terra
Heaven and earth
terra
land, earth (1)
lingua
language (1)
via
road, way (1)
fortuna
fortune, chance (1)
herba
plant, herb (1)
nauta
sailor (1)
Gallia
Gaul (1)
clamo
I shout (1)
voco
I call (1)
supero
I overcome, conquer (1)
Conjugate the verb "to be"
sum - sumus
es - estis
est - sunt
femina
woman (1)
filia
daughter (1)
regina
queen (1)
mensa
table (1)
puella
girl (1)
toga
toga (1)
patria
fatherland, country (1)
adoro
I adore (1)
libero
I free (1)
ambulo
I walk (1)
The 1st Declension Case Endings
-a -ae
-ae -arum
-ae -is
-am -as
-a -is
E pluribus unum
One out of many
Labor omnia vincit
Work conquers all
Mea culpa
My fault, I am guilty
Anno Domini, A. D.
In the year of our Lord
culpa, ae
fault, crime (1)
Maria, ae
Mary (1)
fuga, ae
flight (1)
luna, ae
moon (1)
unda, ae
wave (1)
Hispania, ae
Spain (1)
silva, ae
forest (1)
pugno
I fight (1)
judico
I judge, consider (1)
occupo
I seize (1)
stella, ae
star (1)
ursa, ae
bear (1)
ira, ae
anger (1)
servus, i
slave (2m)
amicus, i
friend (2m)
annus, i
year (2m)
filius, i
son (2m)
dominus, i
Lord, master (2m)
ante
before
post
after
Semper fidelis
Always faithful
Deus, i
God, god (2m)
Christus, i
Christ (2m)
Jesus
Jesus (2)
legatus, i
lieutenant, envoy (2m)
discipulus, i
student (2m)
fama, ae
fame, rumor (1)
gratia, ae
grace (1)
hora, ae
hour (1)
semper
always
saepe
often
2nd Declension M Endings
-us -i
-i -orum
-o -is
-um -os
-o -is
gladius, i
sword (2m)
murus, i
wall (2m)
ludus, i
game, school (2m)
populus, i
people (2m)
animus, i
mind, spirit (2m)
pecunia, ae
money (1)
ecclesia, ae
church (1)
aquilla, ae
eagle (1)
corona, ae
crown (1)
mora, ae
delay (1)
mundus, i
world (2m)
socius, i
ally (2m)
nuntius, i
messenger, message (2m)
barbarus, i
barbarian (2m)
campus, i
field, plain (2m)
capillus, i
hair (2m)
cibus, i
food (2m)
equus, i
horse (2m)
ventus, i
wind (2m)
locus, i
place
bellum, i
war
donum, i
gift
oppidum, i
town
telum, i
weapon
verbum, i
word
regnum, i
kingdom
frumentum, i
grain
signum, i
sign, standard
imperium, i
command, empire
proelium, i
battle
Senatus Populusque Romanus
The Senate and the People of Rome
Stupor mundi
Wonder of the world
ante bellum
before the war
gaudium, i
joy, gladness (2n)
auxilium, i
help, aid
debitum, i
debt, trespass
caelum, i
heaven
peccatum, i
mistake, sin
vallum, i
wall, rampart
praemium, i
reward
vinum, i
wine
tergum, i
back
forum, i
forum