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accusatio, accusationis (f)

formal complaint, indictment, accusation

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accusator, -oris (m)

accuser, prosecutor, plaintiff

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actor, actoris (m)

agent, doer, performer, actor

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admiratio, admirationis (f)

admiration, wonder, astonishment

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adulescens, -ntis (m/f)

young man or woman

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aedis (aedes), aedis (f)

dwelling of the gods, temple (pl = house)

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aequor, aequoris (n)

even surface, often used for sea

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aer, aeris (m) (acc aera)

air, atmosphere

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aes, aeris (n)

base metal, copper, bronze

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aestas, aestatis (f)

summer

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aetas, aetatis (f)

life of man, age, lifetime

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aether, aetheris (m) (acc. aethera)

upper air, sky, firmament

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agmen, agminis (n)

troop, throng, host, crowd

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altitudo, altitudinis (f)

height, altitude, loftiness

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amor, amoris (m)

love, affection

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amplitudo, amplitudinis (f)

wide extend, width, breadth, grandeur

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arbor, arboris (f)

tree

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ars, artis (f)

skill

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artifex, artificis (m/f)

artist, craftsman

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arx, arcis (f)

citadel, fortress, stronghold

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as, assis (m)

unit of money (copper)

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auctor, auctoris (m)

producer, promoter, progenitor, founder

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auctoritas, auctoritatis (f)

authority, charisma

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auris, auris (f)

ear

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caedes, caedis (f)

slaughter, killing, carnage, a cutting down

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calamitas, calamitatis (f)

disaster, injury, damage, misfortune

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calor, caloris (m)

warmth, heat, glow

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canis, canis (m)

dog

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captor, captoris (m)

captor

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caput, capitis (n)

head, source

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carmen, carminis (n)

song, poem, verse, chant

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celeritas, celeritatis (f)

swiftness, speed, quickness

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centurio, centurionis (m)

centurion

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certamen, certaminis (n)

contest, struggle, dispute, competition

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cervix, cervicis (f)

neck, nape

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cinis, cineris (m)

ashes

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civis, civis (m/f)

citizen

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civitas, civitatis (f)

citizenship, state

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clades, cladis (f)

disaster, destruction, calamity

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clamor, clamoris (m)

loud call, shout

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classis, classis (f)

fleet, class (of people)

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cliens, clientis (m)

client, personal dependant

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cognomen, cognominis (n)

surname, second name, family name

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cohors, cohortis (f)

a company, cohort (of troops)

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collis, collis (m)

hill, high ground

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color, coloris (m)

colour, tint, hue

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comes, comitis (m/f)

companion, associate, partner

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condicio, condicionis (f)

agreement, condition, stipulation

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coniunx, coniugis (m.f)

spouse, husband or wife

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coniuratio, coniurationis (f)

alliance, sworn union, conspiracy

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consuetudo, consuetudinis (f)

custom, practice

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consul, consulis (m)

consul

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consularis, consularis

ex consul

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contentio, contentionis (f)

argument, controversy, tension

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contio, contionis (f)

meeting, assembly, audience

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corpus, corporis (n)

body (living or dead)

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crimen, criminis (n)

charge, judgment, crime

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crudelitas, crudelitatis (f)

cruelty, harshness, severity

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cupiditas, cupitatis (f)

longing, desire, passion, eagerness, greed

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custos, custodis (m)

guard

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decus, decoris (n)

grace, glory, honor, dignity

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dedecus, dedecoris (n)

disgrace, dishonor, infamy, shame

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deditio, deditionis (f)

surrender, capitulation, giving up

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defensor, defensoris (m)

averter, protector against, advocate, defender

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dictator, dictatoris (m)

dictator, chief magistrate with unlimited power

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difficultas, difficultatis(f)

difficulty, trouble, distress, poverty

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dignitas, dignitatis (f)

worth, merit, prestige

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discrimen, discriminis (n)

that which parts, intervening space, interval

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dolor, doloris (m)

pain, suffering, anguish

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ductor, ductoris (m)

leader, commander, officer

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dux, ducis (m)

leader

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ensis, ensis (m) (poetry)

sword, brand

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eques, equitis (m)

horseman, rider

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exsul, exsulis (m)

banished person, wanderer, exile

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facinus, facinoris (n)

deed, action, bad deed, villainy, crime

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facultas, facultatis (f)

capability, possibility, opportunity, ability

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fames, famis (f)

hunger, famine

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familiaris, familiaris (m)

belonging to a household, relative

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fax, facis (f)

torch, firebrand

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finis, finis (m)

boundary, limit, border

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flos, floris (m)

blossom, flower

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flumen, fluminis (n)

stream, flood, running water

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foedus, foederis (n)

treaty, league, compact, alliance

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fons, fontis (m)

spring, fountain, well, source

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formido, formidinis (f)

fearfulness, fear, terror, dread, awe

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fors, fortis (f)

chance, hazard, luck, accident

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fragor, fragoris (m)

crash, noise, din

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frater, fratris (m)

brother

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fraus, fraudis (f)

deceit, imposition, cheating, fraud

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frigus, frigoris (n)

cold, coldness, chilliness

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frons, frontis (f)

forehead, brow, front

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frux, frugis (f)

fruit, produce

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fulmen, fulminis (n)

lightning, flash, fire, thunderbolt

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funus, funeris (n)

funeral procession, funeral rites, burial, funeral

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furor, furoris (m)

rage, madness, fury, passion

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genetrix, genetricis (f)

she that has borne, mother

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genitor, genitoris (m)

begetter, parent, father, creator, sire

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gens, gentis (f)

race, clan

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genus, generis (n)

race, stock, family, birth, descent

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gravitas, gravitatis (f)

weight, heaviness, importance, influence

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heros, herois (m)

demigod, hero

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hiems, hiemis (f)

winter, rainy season

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homo, hominis (m/f)

human being, man

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honestas, honestatis (f)

honor received from others, repute, character

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honor, honoris (m)

repute, esteem praise, distinction

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hospes, hospitis (m)

entertainer, host, guest

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hostis, hostis (m/f)

public enemy, stranger, foreigner

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ianitor, ianitoris (m)

doorkeeper, porter, janitor

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ignis, ignis (f)

fire

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imago, imaginis (f)

imitation, copy, representation, likeness

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imber, imbris (m)

rain, heavy rain, shower

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imperator, imperatoris (m)

commander in chief, general, emperor

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iter, itineris (n)

journey, march, voyage

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iudex, iudicis (m/f)

judge, juror

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ius, iuris (n)

justice, duty, law

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iuvenis, iuvenis (m)

youth, young man

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iuventus, iuventutis (f)

age of youth, young people

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labor, laboris (m)

work, toil, exertion

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lapis, lapidis (m)

stone

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lar, laris (m)

god of the place, household god

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laus, laudis (f)

praise, commendation, glory, fame

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legatio, legationis (f)

office of ambassador, embassy, legation

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legio, legionis (f)

legion, body of soldiers

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lex, legis (f)

law, motion, bill

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libertas, libertatis (f)

freedom, liberty

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libido, libidinis (f)

pleasure, desire, eagerness, longing

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limen, liminis (n)

threshold, lintel, sill

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litus, litoris (n)

sea shore, seaside, beach

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lumen, luminis (n)

light

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lux, lucis (f)

light, brightness

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magnitudo, magnitudinis (f)

greatness, size, bulk, magnitude

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maiores, maiorum (m.pl)

ancestors

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manes, manium (m.pl)

departed spirit, ghost, shade

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mare, maris (n)

sea, straits

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mater, matris (f)

mother

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mens, mentis (f)

mind, feeling, character, heart

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mensis, mensis (m)

month

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mercator, mercatoris (m)

trader, merchant, wholesale dealer

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miles, militis (m)

soldier

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milia passuum

thousand paces = x miles

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moenia, moenium

defensive walls, ramparts, bulwarks, city walls

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moles, molis (f)

huge bulk, weight, pile, load

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mons, montis (m)

mountain

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mors, mortis (f)

death

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mos, moris (m)

habit, custom

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mulier, mulieris (f)

woman, female

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multitudo, multitudinis (f)

crowd, throng

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munitio, munitionis (f)

defence, fortification

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munus, muneris (n)

service, office, function, favor

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navis, navis (f)

ship

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nemo, neminis (m,f)

no man, no one, nobody

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nepos, nepotis (m)

grandson, child's son, descendant

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nobilitas, nobilitatis (f)

celebrity, nobility, renown

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nomen, nominis (n)

name, appellation, means of knowing

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nox, noctis (f)

night, darkness

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nubes, nubis (f)

cloud, mist, vapor

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numen, numinis (n)

divine power, nod, command, authority

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obses, obsedis (m,f)

hostage, surety, pledge

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occasio, occasionis (f)

opportunity, occasion, favorable moment

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omen, ominis (n)

foreboding, omen, sign

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onus, oneris (n)

load, burden, weight

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opinio, opinionis (f)

opinion, supposition, conjecture, expectation

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ops, opis (f)

aid, help, assistance, resource

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opus, operis (n)

work, labor, toil, employment

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oratio, orationis (f)

speech, discourse

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orator, oratoris (m)

speaker, orator, negotiator

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orbis, orbis (m)

ring, circle, hoop, orbit

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ordo, ordinis (m)

row, line, series, rank

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os, oris (n)

mouth, jaw, face, countenance

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os, ossis (n)

bone, marrow

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parens, parentis (m,f)

father, mother, parent

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pars, partis (f)

piece, section

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pater, patris (m)

father

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pavor, pavoris (m)

trembling, quaking, terror, anxiety

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pax, pacis (f)

peace, treaty, agreement

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pectus, pectoris (n)

breast, breast-bone, heart

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pedes, peditis (m)

foot traveller, walker, foot soldier

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penates, penatium (m.pl)

Penates, household gods

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pes, pedis (m)

foot

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pestis, pestis (f)

infection, disease, plague, pest

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pietas, pietatis (f)

devotion, sense of duty

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plebs, plebis (f)

common people, comons, plebeians

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pondus, ponderis (n)

weight, load, burden

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pons, pontis (m)

bridge

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potestas, potestatis (f)

power, capacity

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praedo, praedonis (m)

plunderer, robber

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praetor, praetoris (m)

chief magistrate, praetor, leader

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pretium, pretii (n)

price, money, value

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prex, precis (f)

prayer

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princeps, principis (m)

leader, foremost man, in front

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proles, prolis (f)

growth, offshoot, offspring, progeny

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pudor, pudoris (m)

shrinking from blame, shame, decency

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puppis, puppis (f)

stern, poop, helm (of boat)

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quaestor, quaestoris (m)

quaestor

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quies, quietis (f)

rest, repose, inaction, calm

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ratio, rationis (f)

reckoning, calculation, report, reason

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regio, regionis (f)

direction, area, neighbourhood

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religio, religionis (f)

sense of right, moral obligation, respect for the gods

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rex, regis (m)

king

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rus, ruris (n)

country, lands, fields

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sacerdos, sacerdotis (m/f)

priest, priestess

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sal, salis

salt, salt water, brine, wit, shrewdness

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salus, salutis (f)

health, vigor, welfare, safety

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sanguis, sanguinis (m)

blood, bloodshed

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scelus, sceleris (n)

wicked deed, crime, sin

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sedes, sedis (f)

seat, bench, chair, throne

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senator, senatoris (m)

member of senate, senator

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senex, senis (m)

old man

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sermo, sermonis (m)

speech, talk, conversation, discourse

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sidus, sideris (n)

group of stars, constellation, star

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sol, solis (m)

sun

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soror, sororis (f)

sister

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sors, sortis (f)

lot, drawing, decision

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spectator, spectatoris (m)

observer, spectator, beholder

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statio, stationis (f)

standing place, post, position

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stirps, stirpis (f)

stock, race, root

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supplex, supplicis (m)

suppliant

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tellus, telluris (n)

earth, globe, land

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tempestas, tempestatis (f)

storm, season

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tempus, temporis (n)

time, season, interval

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terror, terroris (m)

great fear, terror, panic, dread

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testis, testis (m)

witness

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timor, timoris (m)

fear, dread, apprehension

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turris, turris (f)

tower, citadel

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urbs, urbis (f)

city

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uter, utris (m)

bag of hide, leathern bottle, vessel of skin

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uxor, uxoris (f)

wife

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valles, vallis (f)

valley, vale

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vates, vatis (m)

foreteller, seer, soothsayer

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vertex, verticis (m)

whirl, eddy, vortex, top

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vesper, vesperis (m)

evening star, evening

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vestis, vestis (f)

clothes, clothing, attire

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victor, victoris (m)

conqueror, victor

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vires, virium (f.pl)

strength, forces

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virgo, virginis (f)

maiden, young female

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virtus, virtutis (f)

courage, manliness, bravery

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vis, vim, vi (f)

force, vigor, power, energy

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voluntas, voluntatis (f)

will, choice, desire

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voluptas, voluptatis (f)

choice, desire, pleasure, affection

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vox, vocis (f)

voice, statement

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vulnus, vulneris (n)

wound