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1

pes, pedis, m.

foot

2

hostis, hostis, m/f

enemy
(plural is often used to translate the English singular)

3

civis, civis, m/f

citizen

4

dux, ducis, m.

leader

5

frater, fratris, m.

brother

6

mater, matris, f.

mother

7

collis, collis, m.

hill

8

pater, patris, m.

father

9

soror, sororis, f.

sister

10

virtus, virtutis, f.

courage
virtue

11

caedes, caedis, f.

slaughter

12

clamor, -oris, m.

shout
cry

13

virgo, virginis, f.

virgin
maiden

14

tentatio, tentationis, f.

temptation

15

pons, pontis, m.

bridge

16

urbs, urbis, f.

city

17

pars, partis, f.

part
region

18

agmen, agminis, n.

column (of soldiers),
army (on the march)

19

eques, equitis, m.
equites, equitum, m.

horseman
(plural means cavalry)

20

gens, gentis, f.

tribe

21

legio, legionis, f.

legion

22

centurio, centurionis, m.

centurion

23

amor, -oris, m.

love
passion

24

labor, -oris, m.

work
toil

25

imperator, -oris, m.

general
commander

26

piscator, -oris, m.

fisherman

27

homo, hominis, m.

man (as in mankind or human)

28

hiems, hiemis, f.

winter

29

avis, avis, f.

bird

30

ovis, ovis, f.

sheep

31

vestis, vestis, f.

clothes

32

uxor, uxoris, f.

wife

33

plebs, plebis, f.

common people
plebeians

34

nox, noctis, f.

night

35

nix, nivis, f.

snow

36

nubes, nubis, f.

cloud

37

flos, floris, f.

flower

38

fames, famis, f.

hunger
starvation

39

miles, militis, m.

soldier

40

nomen, nominis, n.

name

41

pastor, -oris, m.

shepherd
pastor

42

vox, vocis, f.

voice
cry

43

lumen, luminis, n.

lamp

44

flumen, fluminis, n.

river

45

pietas, pietatis, f.

piety
duty

46

leo, leonis, m.

lion

47

navis, navis, f.

ship

48

civitas, civitatis, f.

state

49

salus, salutis, f.

safety
welfare
salvation

50

veritas, veritatis, f.

truth

51

ordo, ordinis, f.

order
rank
line
row

52

passio, passionis, f.

suffering

53

lectio, lectionis, f.

lesson

54

cor, cordis, n.

heart

55

caput, capitis, n.

head

56

lex, legis, f.

law

57

onus, oneris, n.

burden

58

fines, finium, m.
(plural, i-stem)

territory

59

corpus, corporis n.

body

60

mos, moris, m.

custom
(ablative singular can mean "according to custom")

61

opus, operis, n.

a work

62

arbor, arboris, f.

tree

63

caritas, caritatis, f.

charity
love

64

orator, -oris, m.

speaker
orator

65

ver, veris, n.

spring

66

celeritas, celeritatis, f.

quickness
speed

67

os, ossis, n.

bone

68

certamen, certaminis, n.

struggle
contest

69

os, oris, n.

mouth

70

rus, ruris, n.

countryside

71

latus, lateris, n.

side
flank

72

crus, cruris, n.

leg

73

aequor, aequoris, n.

smooth surface
sea

74

scelus, sceleris, n.

crime
evil deed

75

munus, muneris, n.

office
duty

76

litus, litoris, n.

shore
coast

77

rex, regis, m.

king

78

aestas, aestatis, f.

summer

79

sol, solis, m.

sun

80

canis, canis, m/f

dog

81

panis, panis, m.

bread

82

crux, crucis, f.

cross

83

dolor, -oris, m.

grief
pain

84

voluntas, voluntatis, f.

will

85

tempestas, tempestatis, f.

rainstorm

86

mons, montis, m.

mountain

87

pax, pacis, f.

peace

88

lux, lucis, f.

light

89

iter, itineris, n.

journey
march
route

90

princeps, principis, m.

chief
leading man

91

mors, mortis, f.

death

92

mare, maris, n.

sea

93

carmen, carminis, n.

song

94

libertas, libertatis, f.

liberty
freedom

95

tempus, temporis, n.

time

96

Carthago, -inis, f.

Carthage

97

senator, -oris, m.

senator

98

auctoritas, auctoritatis, f.

authority

99

vulnus, vulneris, n.

wound

100

Caesar, Caesaris, m.

Caesar

101

oratio, orationis, f.

speech
prayer

102

genus, generis, n.

race
kind
class

103

juvenis, juvenis, m/f

young person

104

fons, fontis, m.

fountain
spring
source

105

lapis, lapidis, m.

stone

106

obses, obsidis, m.

hostage

107

imber, imbris, m.

rain

108

comes, comitis, m.

companion

109

aer, aeris, m.

the air

110

ignis, ignis, m.

fire

111

grex, gregis, m.

herd
flock

112

hunger
starvation

fames, famis, f.

113

flower

flos, floris, f.

114

cloud

nubes, nubis, f.

115

snow

nix, nivis, f.

116

night

nox, noctis, f.

117

common people
plebeians

plebs, plebis, f.

118

wife

uxor, uxoris, f.

119

clothes

vestis, vestis, f.

120

sheep

ovis, ovis, f.

121

bird

avis, avis, f.

122

winter

hiems, hiemis, f.

123

man
(mankind or human)

homo, hominis, m.

124

fisherman

piscator, -oris, m.

125

general
commander

imperator, -oris, m.

126

work
toil

labor, -oris, m.

127

love
passion

amor, -oris, m.

128

centurion

centurio, centurionis, m.

129

legion

legio, legionis, f.

130

tribe

gens, gentis, f.

131

horseman (singular)
cavalry (plural)

eques, equitis, m.
equites, equitum, m.

132

column (of soldiers)
army (on the march)

agmen, agminis, n.

133

part
region

pars, partis, f.

134

city

urbs, urbis, f.

135

bridge

pons, pontis, m.

136

temptation

tentatio, tentationis, f.

137

virgin
maiden

virgo, virginis, f.

138

shout
cry

clamor, -oris, m.

139

slaughter

caedes, caedis, f.

140

courage
virtue

virtus, virtutis, f.

141

sister

soror, sororis, f.

142

father

pater, patris, m.

143

hill

collis, collis, m.

144

mother

mater, matris, f.

145

brother

frater, fratris, m.

146

leader

dux, ducis, m.

147

citizen

civis, civis, m/f

148

enemy

hostis, hostis, m/f

plural is often used to translate the English singular enemy

149

foot

pes, pedis, m.

150

shore
coast

litus, litoris, n.

151

office
duty

munus, muneris, n.

152

crime
evil deed

scelus, sceleris, n.

153

smooth surface
sea

aequor, aequoris, n.

154

leg

crus, cruris, n.

155

side
flank

latus, lateris, n.

156

countryside

rus, ruris, n.

157

mouth

os, oris, n.

158

struggle
contest

certamen, certaminis, n.

159

bone

os, ossis, n.

160

quickness
speed

celeritas, celeritatis, f.

161

spring

ver, veris, n.

162

speaker
orator

orator, -oris, m.

163

charity
love

caritas, caritatis, f.

164

tree

arbor, -oris, f.

165

a work

opus, operis, n.

166

custom

mos, moris, m.

167

body

corpus, corporis, n.

168

territory

fines, finium, m.

plural, i-stem

169

burden

onus, oneris, n.

170

law

lex, legis, f.

171

head

caput, capitis, n.

172

heart

cor, cordis, n.

173

lesson

lectio, lectionis, f.

174

suffering

passio, passionis, f.

175

order
rank
line
row

ordo, ordinis, f.

176

truth

veritas, veritatis, f.

177

safety
welfare
salvation

salus, salutis, f.

178

state

civitas, civitatis, f.

179

ship

navis, navis, f.

180

lion

leo, leonis, m.

181

piety
duty

pietas, pietatis, f.

182

river

flumen, fluminis, n.

183

lamp

lumen, luminis, n.

184

voice
cry

vox, vocis, f.

185

shepherd
pastor

pastor, -oris, m.

186

name

nomen, nominis, n.

187

soldier

miles, militis, m.

188

herd
flock

grex, gregis, m.

189

fire

ignis, ignis, m.

190

the air

aer, aeris, m.

191

companion

comes, comitis, m.

192

rain

imber, imbris, m.

193

hostage

obses, obsidis, m.

194

stone

lapis, lapidis, m.

195

fountain
spring
source

fons, fontis, m.

196

young person

juvenis, juvenis, m/f

197

race
kind
class

genus, generis, n.

198

speech
prayer

oratio, orationis, f.

199

Caesar

Caesar, Caesaris, m.

200

wound

vulnus, vulneris, n.

201

authority

auctoritas, auctoritatis, f.

202

senator

senator, -oris, m.

203

Carthage

Carthago, -inis, f.

204

time

tempus, temporis, n.

205

liberty
freedom

libertas, libertatis, f.

206

song

carmen, carminis, n.

207

sea

mare, maris, n.

208

death

mors, mortis, f.

209

chief
leading man

princeps, principis, m.

210

journey
march
route

iter, itineris, n.

211

light

lux, lucis, f.

212

peace

pax, pacis, f.

213

mountain

mons, montis, m.

214

rainstorm

tempestas, tempestatis, f.

215

will

voluntas, voluntatis, f.

216

grief
pain

dolor, -oris, m.

217

cross

crux, crucis, f.

218

bread

panis, panis, m.

219

dog

canis, canis, m/f

220

sun

sol, solis, m.

221

summer

aestas, aestatis, f.

222

king

rex, regis, m.

223

finis, finis, m.

boundary
end

224

milia, milium, n.

(plural/i-stem)

thousands

225

boundary
end

finis, finis, m.

226

thousands

milia, milium, n.

(plural/i-stem)