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mrs mahoney latin

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boy puer, pueri (m)
slave servus, servi (m)
city urbs, urbis (f)
carriage raeda, raedae (f)
country house villa, ae (f)
father pater, patris (m)
girl puella, ae (f)
field ager, agri (m)
inn caupona, ae (f)
tree arbor, arboris (f)
road, way via, viae (f)
innkeeper caupo, cauponis (m)
journey iter, itineris (n)
horse equus, equi (m)
dog canis, canis (m/f)
ditch fossa, ae (f)
bedroom cubiculum, i (n)
time tempus, temporis (n)
wagon plaustrum, plaustri (n)
wolf lupus, i (m)
soldier miles, militis (m)
name nomen, nominis (n)
bed lectus, i (m)
citizen civis, civis (m/f)
mother mater, matris (f)
friend amicus, i (m)
garden hortus, i (m)
voice vox, vocis (f)
story fabula, ae (f)
slavewomen ancilla, ae (f)
noise, shouting clamor, clamoris (m)
building aedificium, aedifici (n)
light two-wheeled carriage cisium, i (n)
city house domum
carriage driver raedarius, raedari (m)
man vir, viri (m)
letter epistula, ae (f)
mind animus, i (m)
courier tabellarius, i (m)
master dominus, i (m)
messenger nuntius, nunti (m)
vehicle vehiculum, i (n)
day dies, diei (m)
trunk, chest cista, ae (f)
emperor princeps, principis (m)
hand manus, manus (f)
noone nemo, neminis (n)
branch ramus, i (m)
stick baculum, i (n)
wheel rota, ae (f)
to be sum, esse
to make, do facio, facere, feci, factus
to wish, want volo, velle, volui
to see video, videre, vidi, visus
to hear audio, audire, audivi, auditus
to be able (can) possum, posse, potui
to have, hold habeo, habere, habui, habitus
to go eo, ire, ivi (ii), iturus
to shout clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus
he/she said/says inquit
to run curro, currere, cucurri, cursurus
to return (go back) redeo, redire, redii, reditus
to sit sedeo, sedere, sedi
Created by: ctd014