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aedificium, aedificii (n)

building, structure

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aevum, aevi (n)

eternity

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ager, agri (m)

field

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altum, alti (n)

height, depth, the deep

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amicus, amici (m)

friend

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animus, animi (m)

mind, intellect, rational soul

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annus, anni (m)

year

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anulus, anui (m)

ring

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arbiter, arbitri (m)

spectator, beholder, judge

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argentum, argenti (n)

silver, money

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argumentum, argumenti (n)

argument, evidence, proof

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arma, armorum (n.pl)

arms, weapons, implements

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aurum, auri (n)

gold

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auxilium, auxilii (n)

help, aid, assistance

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bellum, belli (n)

war

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beneficium, beneficii (n)

favour, benefit, service, kindness

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caelum, caeli (n)

sky, heaven

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campus, campi (m)

plain, field, level space

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candidatus, candidati (m)

candidate

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castra, castrorum (n.pl)

camp

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cibus, cibi (m)

food

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colloquium, colloquii (n)

conversation, conference, discourse

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comitium, comitii (n)

place of assembly

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concilium, concilii (n)

meeting, rendezvous, assembly, council

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consilium, consilii

plan, advice

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coquus, coqui (m)

cook

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damnum, damni (n)

hurt, harm, damage, injury, loss

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decretum, decreti (n)

decree, decision, ordinance, vote, resolution

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deus, dei (m)

god

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dictum, dicti (n)

saying, assertion, remark, word

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donum, doni (n)

gift

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equus, equi (m)

horse

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exemplum, exempli (n)

sample, specimen, portrait

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exitium, exitii (n)

destruction, ruin, destructive power

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exsilium, exsilii (n)

banishment, exile

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faber, fabri (m)

craftsman

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fatus, fati (n)

oracle, prediction, fate

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ferru, ferri (n)

iron

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filius, filii (m)

son

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focus, foci (m)

hearth, fire-place

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forum, fori (n)

forum

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frumentum, frumenti (n)

grain, corn, harvest

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fumus, fumi (m)

smoke, steam, fume

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fundis, fundi (m)

farm

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gaudium, gaudii (n)

inward joy, joy, gladness, delight

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gladius, gladii (m)

sword

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horreum, horrei (n)

barn, storehouse, granary

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horror, horroris (m)

shaking, trembling, shudder, chill

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hortus, horti (m)

garden

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hospitium, hospitii

hospitable reception, entertainment, hospitality

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humus, humi (f)

earth, ground, soil

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impedimentum, impendimenti (n)

hindrance, impediment, baggage

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imperium, imperii (n)

legal authority, control

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incendium incendii (n)

fire, conflagration

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ingenium, ingenii (n)

innate quality, nature, temperament

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inimicus, inimici (m)

personal enemy

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initium, initii (n)

entrance, beginning, commencement

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iocus, ioci (m)

jest, joke

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iudicium, iudicii (n)

judgement, trial, legal process

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lectus, lecti (m)

couch, bed, lounge

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legatus, legati (m)

envoy, ambassador, legate

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letum, leti (n)

death, annihilation

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liber, libri (m)

book, treatise, inner bark of a tree

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libertus, liberti (m)

freedman

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locus, loci (m)

place, spot

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ludis, ludi (m)

play, game, diversion

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magister, magistri (m)

master, chief, director, conductor

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maritus, mariti (m)

husband

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membrum, membri (n)

limb, member

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minister, ministri (m)

attendant, promoter, helper

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modus, modi (m)

measure, extent, quantity

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monstrum, monstri (n)

divine omen, portent, miracle

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monumentum, monumenti (n)

memorial, monument

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murus, muri (m)

external wall

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negotium, negotii (n)

business, employment, occupation, affair

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nuntius, nuntii (m)

messenger, courier, reporter

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oculus, oculi (m)

eye

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odium, odii (n)

hatred, grudge, ill-will, animosity

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officium, officii (n)

service, kindness, courtesy, duty

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oppidum, oppidi (n)

town, city, collection of dwellings

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ostium, ostii (n)

door, entrance

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otium, otii (n)

leisure, vacant time, holiday

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pelagus, pelagi (n)

sea, open sea, flood

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periculum, periculi (n)

danger, risk, trial, experiment

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plaustrum, plaustri (n)

cart, wagon

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populus, populi (m)

people, nation

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praefectus, praefecti (m)

overseer, director, superintendent, commander

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praemium, praemii (n)

prize, reward

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praesidium, praesidii (n)

defence, protection, guardianship, help

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proelium, proelii (n)

battle, combat, contest, strife

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puer, pueri (m)

boy

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regnum, regni (n)

royal authority, kingdom

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reus, rei (m)

party in action, accused, defendant

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rostra, rostrorum (n.pl)

platform for speakers

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saxum, saxi (n)

rock

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scutu, scuti (n)

shield

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sepulcrum, sepulcri (n)

burial place, grave, tomb

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servus, servi (m)

slave

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signum, signi (n)

sign, seal

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silentium silentii (n)

silence, noiselessness

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socius, socii (m)

ally, partner, comrade

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solacium, solacii (n)

comfort, relief, consolation

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solum, soli (n)

bottom, ground, foundation

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somnium, somnii (n)

dream, whim

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somnus, somni (m)

sleep

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spatium, spatii (n)

space, room, extent

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spectaculum, spectaculi (n)

show

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stipendium, stipendii (n)

tribute, salary, pay

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studium, studii (n)

application, zeal, eagerness, enthusiasm

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subsidium, subsidii (n)

reserve troops, support, assistance, aid

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supplicium, supplicii (n)

entreaty, bowing down, punishment

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tectum, tecti (n)

shelter, roof, abode

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telum, teli (n)

weapon, missile

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templum, templi (n)

temple

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tergum, tergi (n)

back

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testimonium, testimonii (n)

witness, evidence, testimony

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torus, tori (m)

swelling, cushion, couch

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tribunus, tribuni (m)

tribune, commander

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triumphus, triumphi (m)

triumphal procession, triumph, celebration

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umerus, umeri (m)

shoulder

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vallum, valli (n)

rampart, entrenchment

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velum, veli (mn)

sail

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ventus, venti (m)

wind

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verbum, verbi (n)

word

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verum, veri (n)

truth, reality

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vestigium, vestigii (n)

sole, footstep, trace

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vinculum, vinculi (n)

wine

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vir, viri (m)

man

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vitium, vitii (n)

fault, defect, imperfect, vice

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votum, voti (n)

promise, vow, pledge