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  1. Farmer
    agricola, agricolae, m.
  2. Water
    aqua, aquae f.
  3. Woman
    fēmina, fēminae f.
  4. Chance, luck, fortune
    fortūna, fortūnae f.
  5. Sailor
    nauta, nautae m.
  6. Money, property
    pecūnia, pecūniae f.
  7. Rose
    rosa, rosae f.
  8. (cultivated) Field; countryside
    ager, agrī m.
  9. Friend
    amīcus, amīcī m.
  10. Mind, spirit, courage; soul
    animus, animī m.
  11. War
    bellum, bellī n.
  12. House, hut
    casa, casae f.
  13. Plan, advice
    cōnsilium, cōnsiliī
  14. Master, lord
    dominus, dominī m.
  15. Gift, present
    donum, donī n.
  16. Place, position
    locus, locī m. (n. in the pl)
  17. Moon
    luna, lunae f.
  18. Nature
    natura, naturae f.
  19. Boy
    puer, puerī m.
  20. Girl
    puella, puellae f.
  21. Kingdom, royal power
    rēgnum, rēgnī n.
  22. Man; occasionally "husband"
    vir, virī m.
  23. Arms, weapons
    arma, armōrum n. (pl.)
  24. Sky, heavens
    caelum, caelī n.
  25. Dinner
    cēna, cēnae f.
  26. Goddess
    dea, deae f. (dat. pl. and abl. pl. = deābus)
  27. God
    deus, deī m. (nom. pl. = dī; dat. pl. and abl. pl. = dīs)
  28. Story
    fābula, fābulae f.
  29. Son
    fīlius, fīliī m. (voc. sg. = fīlī)
  30. Command, (military) power
    imperium, imperiī n.
  31. Book
    liber, librī m.
  32. No one
    nēmō m. (acc. sg. = nēminem)
  33. Sea, ocean
    pontus, pontī m.
  34. Romulus (legendary founder of Rome)
    Rōmulus, Rōmulī m.
  35. Forest, wood
    silva, silvae f.
  36. Temple, shrine
    templum, templī n.
  37. Crowd
    turba, turbae f.
  38. Wind, breeze
    ventus, ventī m.
  39. Deed, act exploit, achievement
    factum, factī n.
  40. Eye
    oculus, oculi m.
  41. Rock, stone; cliff
    saxum, saxī n.
  42. Word
    verbum, verbī n.
  43. Road; way
    via, viae f.
  44. Care, anxiety
    cūra, cūrae f.
  45. example, model
    exemplum, exemplī n.
  46. wisdom
    sapientia, sapientiae f.
  47. forest, wood
    silva, silvae f.
  48. land, earth, soil; country
    terra, terrae f.
  49. Fame, report, reputation; rumor
    fāma, fāmae f.
  50. Daughter
    fīlia, fīliae f. (dat. and abl. pl. = fīliābus
  51. Anger
    īra, īrae f.
  52. Italy
    Ītalia, Ītaliae f.
  53. The people, a people, nation
    populus, populī m.
  54. Queen
    rēgīna, rēgīnae f.
  55. Life
    vīta, vītae f.
  56. Roman
    Rōmānus, Rōmāna, Rōmānum;
  57. The Romans
    Rōmānī, Rōmānōrum m. (pl.)
  58. Head; summit
    caput, capitis n.
  59. State; citizen
    cīvitās, cīvitātis f.
  60. Consul
    cōnsul, cōnsulis m.
  61. Body, corpse
    corpus, corporis n.
  62. (Military) leader, commander
    dux, ducis m.
  63. Brother
    frāter, frāteris m.
  64. Human being, man
    homō, hominis m.
  65. Right, law; justice
    iūs, iūris n.
  66. Law
    lex, lēgis f.
  67. Freedom, liberty
    lībertās, lībertātis f.
  68. Light
    lūx, lūcis f.
  69. Mother
    māter, mātris f.
  70. Name
    nōmen, nōminis n.
  71. Father; senator
    pater, patris m.
  72. Peace
    pāx, pācis f.
  73. King
    rēx, rēgis m.
  74. Courage, excellence, virtue
    virtūs, virtūtis f.
  75. Walls; fortifications
    moena, moenium n. (pl.)
  76. Letter (off the alphabet); pl. letter, literature
    littera, litterae f.
  77. Nothing
    nihil n. (indeclinable) nīl (contracted form)
  78. Truth
    vēritās, vēritātis f.
  79. Song, poem
    carmen, carminis n.
  80. Wife; husband; spouse
    coniūnx, coniugis m. or f.
  81. Tear
    lacrima, lacrimae f.
  82. Soldier
    mīles, mīlitis m.
  83. Country, fatherland
    patria, patriae f.
  84. Poet
    poēta, poētae m.
  85. Fear, terror
    timor, timōris m.
  86. Skill, art
    *ars, artis f.
  87. Cause, reason
    causa, causae f.
  88. For the sake of, because of
    causā + gen.
  89. Grace; favor, kindness; gratitude
    grātia, grātiae f.
  90. For the sake of, because of
    grātiā + gen.
  91. Fire
    *ignis, ignis m.
  92. Sea
    mare, maris n.
  93. Mind, judgment, reason
    *mēns, mentis f.
  94. Death
    *mors, martis f.
  95. Part, share, direction
    *pars, partis f.
  96. City
    *urbs, urbis f.
  97. Age, life
    aetās, aetātis f.
  98. Year
    annus, annī m.
  99. Hour, season
    hōra, hōrae f.
  100. Night
    *nox, noctis f.
  101. Divine, will, divine power
    nūmen, nūminis n.
  102. Reason, judgment; method
    ratiō, ratiōnis f.
  103. Time, period of time (e.g. a season); opportunity
    tempus, temporis n.
  104. Tree
    arbor, arboris f.
  105. River
    flūmen, flūminis n.
  106. Clan, tribe, family; nation; people
    *gēns, gentis f.
  107. Journey, path, route; a day’s march
    iter, itineris n.
  108. Foot
    pēs, pedis m.
  109. Letter
    epistula, epistulae f.
  110. End; border; (pl.) boundary, territory
    fīnis, fīnis m.
  111. Mountain
    mōns, montis m.
  112. Ship
    nāvis, nāvis f.
  113. Rome
    Rōma, Rōmae f.
  114. Wife
    uxor, uxōris f.
  115. Citizen
    *cīvis, cīvis m. or f.
  116. Pain, sorrow
    dolor, dolōris m.
  117. Horse
    equus, equī m.
  118. Ground, earth
    humus, humī f.
  119. Gaul
    Gallia, Galliae f.
  120. Work, labor, effort; hardship
    labor, labōris m.
  121. Praise
    laus, laudis f.
  122. Breast, chest; heart
    pectus, pectoris n.
  123. Danger
    perīculum, perīculī n.
  124. Battle
    proelium, proeliī n.
  125. Province
    prōvincia, prōvinciae f.
  126. The country(side)
    rūs, rūris n.
  127. Birth, origin; kind; race
    genus, generis n.
  128. Honor, respect; public office
    honor, honōris
  129. Enemy (of the state)
    *hostis, hostis m. (usually pl)
  130. Court; trial; judgement
    iūdicium, iūdiciī n.
  131. Delegate, envoy, ambassador; legion commander
    lēgātus, lēgātī m.
  132. Shore, beach, coast
    lītus, lītoris n.
  133. Cloud
    nūbēs, nūbis f.
  134. Power, help; (pl.) wealth, resources
    ops, opis f.
  135. Troy
    Trōia, Trōiae f.
  136. Wave, waters; sea
    unda, undae f.
  137. Fall; misfortune, destruction; chance, accident
    cāsus, cāsūs m.
  138. Horn; wing (of an army)
    cornū, cornūs n.
  139. Day; fem. used when it is an appointed, or set, day
    dies, diēī m. or f
  140. House(hold), home
    domus, domūs f.
  141. Army
    exercitus, exercitūs m.
  142. Face; appearance
    faciēs, faciēī f.
  143. Faith, trust; loyalty, trustworthiness
    fidēs, fideī f.
  144. Wave; commotion
    flūctus, flūctūs m.
  145. Knee
    genū, genus n.
  146. Attack; charge; impulse
    impetus, impetus m.
  147. Hand; band (of men)
    manus, manūs f.
  148. Fear, dread; anxiety
    metus, metūs m.
  149. Pace, footstep
    passus, passūs m.
  150. Mile (literally “1000 paces”); miles
    mille passūs; mīlia passum (pl)
  151. Thing, matter, business; court case
    rēs, reī f.
  152. State, republic
    rēs pūblica, reī pūblicae f.
  153. Senate
    senātus, senātūs m.
  154. Hope
    spēs, speī f.
  155. Expression; face
    vultus, vultūs m.
  156. Love
    amor, amōris m.
  157. Julius Caesar
    Caesar, Caesaris m.
  158. Camp
    castra, castrōrum n. (pl)
  159. Shout; cheer
    clamor, clāmōris m.
  160. Crime; accusation, charge
    crīmen, crīminis n.
  161. Fate, destiny
    fātum, fātī n.
  162. Iron; sword
    ferrum, ferrī n.
  163. Joy, delight
    gaudium, gaudiī n.
  164. Messenger; message
    nūntius, nūntiī m.
  165. Leader, chief; first citizen, emperor
    prīnceps, prīncipis m.
  166. Slave, servant
    servus, servī m.
  167. Sign, token, signal; (military) standard
    signum, signī n.
  168. Wine
    vīnum, vīnī n.
  169. Wound
    vulnus, vulneris n.
  170. Citizen
    *cīvis, cīvis m. or f.
  171. Pain, sorrow
    dolor, dolōris m.
  172. Horse
    equus, equī m.
  173. Ground, earth
    humus, humī f.
  174. Gaul
    Gallia, Galliae f.
  175. Work, labor, effort; hardship
    labor, labōris m.
  176. Praise
    laus, laudis f.
  177. Breast, chest; heart
    pectus, pectoris n.
  178. Danger
    perīculum, perīculī n.
  179. Battle
    proelium, proeliī n.
  180. Province
    prōvincia, prōvinciae f.
  181. The country(side)
    rūs, rūris n.

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