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Glossary of Latin vocab 2: Wheelock 2, p.13

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fama
famae, f: rumor, report; fame, reputation
forma
formae, f: form, shape; beauty
fortuna
fortunae, f: fortune, luck
ira
irae, f: ire, anger
nauta
nautae, m: sailor
patria
patriae, f: fatherland, native land, one's country
pecunia
pecuniae, f: money
philosophia
philosophiae, f: philosophy
poena
poenae, f: penalty, punishment
poenas dare
to pay the penalty
poeta
poetae, m: poet
porta
portae, f: gate, entrance
puella
puellae, f: girl
rosa
rosae, f: rose
sententia
sententiae, f: feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence
vita
vitae, f: life; mode of life
antiquus-a-um
adj: ancient, old-time
magnus-a-um
adj: large, great, important
meus-a-um
adj: my
multus-a-um
adj: much, many
tuus-a-um
adj: your(s)
et
conj: and
et...et
conj: both...and
O
interjection: O!, Oh!, commonly used w/vocative
sine
prep w/abl: without
est
is

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