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Stack #113819

2nd Declension Nouns

WordMeaning
carrus, carri m. cart, wagon
equus, equi m. horse
servus, servi m. slave, servant
cibus, cibi m. food
numerus, numeri m. number
amicus, amici m. friend
dominus, domini m. master, lord
animus, animi m. soul, courage, mind
gladius, gladi m. sword
ager, ageri m. field
puer, pueri m. boy
vir, viri m. man
discipulus, discipuli m. student
magistr, magistri m. teacher, master
annus, anni m. year
castra, castrorum n. pl. camp
consilium, consili n. counsel
frumentum, frumenti n. grain
praemium, praemi n. reward
signum, signi n. sign, signal
socius, soci m. ally, comrade
captivus, captivi m. prisoner
medicus, medici m. doctor
colonus, coloni m. settler
filius, filli m. son
deus, dei m. god
nuntius, nunti m. messenger
arma, armorum n. pl. arms, weapons
auxilium, auxili n. aid, help
officium, offici n. duty, office
belium, belli n. war
populus, populi m. people
adulescentulus, adulescentuli m. young man
caper, capri m. goat
oppidum, oppidi n. town
atrium, atri n. entry hall
tablinum, tablini n. master's study
templum, templi n. temple
corium, cori n. skin, leather
flagellum, flagelli n. whip
Created by: RattyTatty