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Glossary of Latin Wheelock 3rd Ed. Ch. 7

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rex, regis (m)
king
virtus, virtutis (f)
virtue
homo, hominis (m)
man
corpus, corporis (n)
body
civitas, civitatis (f)
state, citizenship
labor, laboris (m)
labor, work, toil
littera, litterae (f)
a letter of the alphabet
litterae, litterarum (f)
a letter (epistle), literature
mos, moris (m)
habit, custom
mores, morum (m., pl.)
character
pax, pacis (f)
peace
terra, -ae (f)
earth, ground, land, country
tempus, temporis (n)
time
post + acc.
after, behind
audeo, audere, ausus sum (II)
to dare
amor, amoris (m)
love
virgo, virginis (f)
maiden, virgin
sub + abl. with verbs of rest
under, up under, close to
sub + acc. with verbs of motion
under, up under, close to
sol, solis (m)
sun
novus, -a, -um
new
carmen, carminis (n)
poem
canto, cantare, cantavi, cantatus (I)
to sing
plebs, plebis (f)
the common people
pecco, peccare, peccavi, peccatus (I)
to sin
princeps, principis
prince, chief
durus, -a, -um
hard, harsh
honor, honoris (m)
honor, office
indignus, -a, -um
unworthy
nomen, nominis (n)
name
paries, parietis (m)
wall
mors, mortis (f)
death
dominus, -i
lord, master
timor, timoris (m)
fear
fugo, fugare, fugavi, fugatus (I)
to rout
eques, equitis (m)
horseman
sedeo, sedere, sedi, sessum (II)
to sit
ater, atra, atrum
dark
natio, nationis (f)
nation, people
servitus, servitutis (f)
servitude, slavery
recuperatio, recuperationis (f)
recovery
libertas, libertatis (f)
liberty
mortalis, mortalis (m)
a mortal
quomodo
how
deus, -i (m)
god
voluntas, voluntatis (f)
will, wish

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