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Nouns 3rd decl

Latin Nouns: 3rd declension

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rēx rēgis m. king
pars partis f. part
pater patris m. father, ancestor
urbs urbis f. city
homō hominis m. human being
hostis -is m./f. stranger, enemy
mors mortis f. death
virtūs -ūtis f. valor, manliness, virtue
vīs f. force; (acc.) vim, (abl.) vī; (pl.) vīrēs, strength
amor -ōris m. love
nox noctis f. night
māter mātris f. mother
ignis -is m. fire
mīles -itis m. soldier
vōx vōcis f. voice, utterance
mēns mentis f. mind
mōs mōris m. custom, habit; (pl.) character
parēns -ntis m./f. parent
dolor -ōris m. pain, grief
gēns gentis f. family, clan
pēs pedis m. foot
labor -ōris m. toil, exertion
sanguis -inis m. blood
coniunx coniugis m./f. spouse, husband, wife
frāter frātris m. brother
fīnis -is m. end, boundary
dux ducis m./f. leader, general
mōns montis m. mountain
ratiō -ōnis f. method, plan, reason
ars artis f. skill
lēx lēgis f. law
iuvenis -is m. youth
honor -ōris m. honor, glory; office, post
eques equitis m. horseman, knight
lūx lūcis f. light of day
aetās -tātis f. age, time of life
ops opis f. assistance, resources
sōl sōlis m. sun
cōnsul -ulis m. consul
orbis -is m. circle; orbis terrārum: world
tellus tellūris f. earth
victor -ōris m. conqueror
cīvitās -ātis f. citizenship, state
nāvis -is f. ship
auris -is f. ear
legiō -ōnis f. legion
voluptās -ātis f. pleasure, enjoyment
pāx pācis f. peace
sēdēs -is f. seat, abode, habitation
vestis -is f. garment, robe, clothing
caedēs -is f. killing, slaughter
ōrdō -īnis m. order, rank
virgō -inis f. maiden, virgin, girl
laus laudis f. praise, glory
comes comitis m./f. companion, comrade; attendant, follower
furor -ōris m. rage, fury
amnis -is m. river, torrent
arbor arboris f. tree
cīvis -is m./f. citizen
lībertās -ātis f. freedom
soror -ōris f. sister
classis -is f. class, division, fleet
fax facis f. torch
prex precis f. prayers, entreaties
timor -ōris m. fear
auctor -ōris m. originator, founder
salūs -ūtis f. health, safety
uxor uxōris f. wife
senex -is m. old man, elder; senior, older
frōns frontis f. forehead, brow; front
sermō -ōnis m. conversation, discourse
regiō -ōnis f. boundary, region
clāmor -ōris m. outcry, shout
pudor pudōris m. sense of shame, modesty, propriety
custōs custōdis m. guardian
arx arcis f. citadel, castle; summit
sors sortis f. lot, fate, destiny; oracle
plēbs plēbis f. the common people
cohors cohortis f. cohort, band, troop
māgnitūdō -inis f. greatness, size
vātēs -is m. poet, bard
canis -is m./f. dog
fōns fontis m. spring, fountain
imperātor -ōris m. commander
color -ōris m. color
multitūdō -inis f. multitude, number
ōrātiō -ōnis f. speech, address
potestās -ātis f. power
testis -is m. witness
tempestas -tātis f. period of time, season; bad weather, storm
imāgō -inis f. image, form, figure
libīdō -inis f. passion, lust
māiōrēs māiōrum m. ancestors
pietās -tātis f. sense of duty, devotion, esp. between parents and children
cinis cineris m./f. ashes, embers
hiems hiemis f. winter
bōs bovis m. ox; gen. pl. boum
flōs flōris m. flower, bloom
famēs -is f. hunger, famine
error -ōris m. wandering; error, mistake
iūdex iūdicis m. judge, juror
lapis lapidis m. stone
āēr āeris m. air
avis -is f. bird
voluntās -ātis f. wish, desire
hospes hospitis m. guest, guest-friend; stranger; host
praetor -ōris m. praetor, one of the chief Roman magistrates
auctōritās -ātis f. influence, clout, authority
cupīdō -inis f. desire, eagerness, craving
necessitās -tātis f. necessity, need
condīciō -ōnis f. agreement, condition
sacerdōs -dōtis m./f. priest, priestess
cōnsuētūdo -inis f. custom, habit
dīgnitās -ātis f. worth, reputation, honor
mulier -eris f. woman
aedēs -is f. building; (pl.) house
volucris -is f./m. bird
fors fortis f. chance
corpus corporis n. body
tempus -oris n. time
caput capitis n. head
mare -is n. sea
nōmen -inis n. name
ōs ōris n. mouth, face
scelus -eris n. crime, sin
genus generis n. origin, lineage, kind
pectus -oris n. chest, breast
iter itineris n. journey, route
lītus -oris n. shore
carmen -inis n. song
mūnus mūneris n. gift, offering; duty, obligation; (pl.) gladiatorial show
flūmen -inis n. stream, river
iūs iūris n. right, justice, law
vulnus -eris n. wound
opus operis n. work
āgmen -minis n. line of march
sīdus -eris n. star, constellation
lūmen luminis n. light
latus -eris n. side, flank
aequor aequoris n. level surface, sea, plain
nūmen -inis n. divine will, deity
nemus nemoris n. grove, forest
crīmen -inis n. verdict, accusation
līmen līminis n. threshold
fūnus fūneris n. funeral; death; dead body
animal -ālis n. a living being, an animal
decus decoris n. beauty, grace; ornament, glory, honor
pecus -oris n. cattle, sheep
moenia -ium n. pl. walls, fortifications
pondus ponderis n. weight
facinus facinoris n. deed, crime
os ossis n. bone
aes aeris n. copper, bronze
cor cordis n. heart; cordī est, it is pleasing to (+ dat.)
onus oneris n. load, burden
aethēr aetheris n. pure upper air, ether, heaven, sky
rūs rūris n. country
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