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OULAT1115 10-13 NOUNS

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cupiditas cupiditatis f. desire; longing; passion; cupidity; avarice
hora -ae f. hour
natura -ae f. nature
senectus senectutis f. old age
timor timoris m. fear
veritas veritatis f. truth
via -ae f. way
voluptas voluptatis f. pleasure
caput capitis n. head; leader; beginning; life; heading; chapter
consul consulis m. consul
nemo neminis m. or f. no one; nobody
adulescens adulescentis m. young man
annus -i m. year
Asia -ae f. Asia
Caesar Caesaris m. Caesar
mater matris f. mother
medicus -i m. doctor; physician
medica -ae f. doctor; physician
pater patris m. father
patientia -ae f. suffering; patience; endurance
principium -ii n. beginning
divitiae -arum f. riches; wealth (always plural)
factum -i n. deed; act; achievement
signum -i n. sign; signal; indication; seal
amicitia -ae f. friendship
Created by: oulat1115