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2 Nouns, Pronouns

Chapter 2 Nouns and Pronouns

QuestionAnswer
ager, agri (m.) field
amicus, -i (m.) friend
animus, -i (m.) mind; spirit
auxilium; auxilii (n.) help; aid (plural = reinforcements)
bellum, -i (n.) war
campus, -i (m.) plain, field
castra, -orum (n. pl.) camp
consilium, consilii (n.) plan
deus, dei (m.) god
equus, -i (m.) horse
filius, filii (m.) son
forum, -i (n.) forum; market place
Gaius, -ii (m.) (abbreviated C.); Gaius Mucius is a 6th C BC Roman hero
gladius, gladii (m.) sword
hic, haec, hoc this; this man, etc.
idem, eadem, idem same; the same
is, ea, id he; she; it; this; that, etc.
liber, libri (m.) book
locus, -i (m.) place
magister, magistri (m.) teacher
modus, -i (m.) manner; means
natura, -ae (f.) nature
pilum, -i (n.) javelin
oppidium, -i (n.) town
puer, pueri (m.) boy
Roma, -ae (f.) Rome
servitium, servitii (n.) slavery
silva, -ae (f.) forest; wood
socius, socii (m.) ally
spatium, -ii (n.) space; distance
tu, tui you
verbum, -i (n.) word
vir, -i (m.) man
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