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Jenney Nouns Unit 3

animus, -i (m) mind, spirit
arma, -orum (n) arms, weapons
audacia, -ae (f) boldness, daring, audacity
auxilium, -i (n) help, aid, assistance
auxilia, -orum (n) auxiliary troops, reinforcements
captivus, -i (m) captive, prisoner
carrus, -i (m) cart, wagon
castra, -orum (n) military camp
consilium, -i (n) plan; advice
copia, -ae (f) supply, plenty
copiae, -arum (f) troops, forces
cura, -ae (f) care, anxiety
dominus, -i (m) master, lord, owner
fama, -ae (f) report; rumor; reputation
fuga, -ae (f) flight
impedimentum, -i (n) hindrance, obstacle, impediment
impedimenta, -orum (n) (heavy) baggage
inopia, -ae (f) want, lack; need
ira, -ae (f) anger, wrath
liber, libri (m) book
locus, -i (m) place, location
magister, -i (m) master (of a ship); teacher
numerus, -i (m) number; group
poena, -ae (f) penalty, punishment
populus, -i (m) people; nation, tribe
proelium, -i (n) battle
signum, -i (n) sign, signal; military standard
socius, -i (m) ally, comrade
telum, -i (n) weapon
Created by: karenleeroberts