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Glossary of Latin 2nd Declension Nouns

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apium, -i n.
parsley
arbiter, arbitri, m.
master
arbiter bibendi
master of the drinking
Brundisium, -i n.
Brundisium
convivium, -i n.
feast, banquet
cyathus, i m.
small ladle, measure (of wine)
deus, i, m.
god
fritillus, i, m.
cylindrical box
grammaticus, i, m.
secondary school teacher
ientaculum, i, n.
breakfast
ludus, -i, m.
game, school
magister, magistri, m.
school master, captain
merum, i, n.
undiluted wine
modus, -i, m.
way, method
paedagogus, -i, m.
tutor
paulum, -i, n.
a small amount, a little
pistrinum, -i, n.
bakery
sacculus, -i, m.
small bag used for holding money
tali, -orum, m.pl.
knucklebones
tergum, -i, n.
back, rear
unguentum, -i, n.
ointment, perfume
Vergilius, -i, n.
Vergil (Roman poet)
altum, -i, n.
the deep, the sea
annus, -i, m.
year
arma, -orum, n.pl.
arms, weapons
Augustus, -i, m.
Augustus (first Roman emperor)
bellum, -i, n.
war
Delos, -i, f.
Delos (small island off the eastern coast of Greece)
deus, -i, m.
god
discipulus, -i. m.
pupil
fatum, -i, n.
fate
fundus, -i, m.
farm
Horatius, -i, m.
Horace (Roman poet)
Latium, -i, n.
Latium (the area of central Italy that included Rome)
Mediolanum, -i, n.
Milan
oppidum, -i, n.
town
Pompeii, -orum, m.pl.
Pomepeii
responsum, -i, n.
reply
studium, -i, n.
enthusiasm, study
superi, -orum, m.pl.
the gods above
templum, -i, n.
temple
torus, -i, m.
couch
ventus, -i. m.
wind
verbum, -i, n.
word, verb

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