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Nouns 2nd decl M/F

Latin Nouns: 2nd declension M/F

animus -ī m. spirit, mind
deus -ī m.; dea -ae f. god; goddess
locus -ī m. place; loca (n. pl.) region
vir virī m. man
populus -ī m. people
annus -ī m. year
puer puerī m. boy; slave
modus -ī m. measure, manner, kind
oculus -ī m. eye
nātus -ī m. son
dominus -ī m.; domina -ae f. household master, lord; mistress
equus -ī m. horse
ventus -ī m. wind
ager agrī m. field
numerus -ī m. number, amount
mundus -ī m. world, universe, heavens
campus -ī m. plain, field
somnus -ī m. sleep, slumber; (pl.) dreams
lēgātus -ī m. lieutenant, envoy
servus -ī m. slave
mūrus -ī m. wall
pontus -ī m. the open sea, the deep
marītus -ī m. husband
morbus -ī m. sickness, disease
dolus -ī m. artifice, device, trick
superī -ōrum m. pl. those above, i.e. the gods
humus -ī f. ground; humī: on the ground
barbarus -ī m. foreigner, barbarian
tribūnus -ī m. tribune, title of various Roman officials, as mīlitum, plēbis, aerāriī
gladius -ī m. sword
cibus -ī m. food
reus -ī m. defendant
liber librī m. book
nūntius -ī m. messenger; news
magister magistrī m. master, chief
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