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OU Wheelock 4-6 Nouns

bellum belli war (N)
consilium consilii plan, purpose (N)
cura curae care, attention (F)
donum doni gift, present (N)
exitium exitii destruction, ruin (N)
magister magistri teacher, master (M)
magistra magistrae teacher, mistress (F)
mora morae delay (F)
oculus oculi eye (M)
officium officii duty, service (N)
otium otii leisure, peace (N)
periculum periculi danger, risk (N)
remedium remedii cure, remedy (N)
stultus stulti fool (M)
adulescentia adulescentiae youth, youthfulness (F)
animus animi soul, spirit, mind (M)
caelum caeli sky, heaven (N)
culpa culpae fault, blame (F)
gloria gloriae glory, fame (F)
verbum verbi word (N)
satis x enough
dea deae goddess (F)
deus dei god (M)
discipula discipulae pupil, student (F)
discipulus discipulus pupil, student (M)
insidiae insidiarum ambush, plot, treachery (F)
liber libri book (M)
tyrannus tyranni tyrant (M)
vitium vitii fault, crime, vice (N)
Graecus Graeci a Greek (M)
basium basii kiss (N)
Created by: darindavis