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Latin Nouns 1-17

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amīca, amīcam, f
friend
ancilla, ancillam, f
slave-woman
aqua, aquam, f
water
epistula, epistulam, f
letter
fēmina, fēminam, f
woman
Italia, Italiam, f
Italy
lāna,lānam, f
wool
pictūra, pictūra, f
picture
piscīna, piscīnam, f
fishpond
puella, puellam, f
girl
Rōma, Rōmam, f
Rome
silva, silvam, f
woods, forest
statua, statuam, f
statue
vīlla, vīllam, f
country house
vīlla rūstica, vīllam rūsticam, f
country house and farm
ager, agrum, m
field
amīcus, amīcum, m
friend
cibus, cibum, m
food
hortus, hortum, m
garden
lupus, lupum, m
wolf
molestus, molestum, m
pest
nūntius, nūntium, m
messenger
puer, puerum, m
boy
rāmus, rāmum, m
branch
rīvus, rīvum, m
stream
servus, servum, m
slave
vir, virum, m
man
aestās, aestātem, f
summer
arbor, arborem, f
tree
clāmor, clāmōrem, m
shout, shouting
fragor, fragōrem, m
crash, noise, din
māter, māterem, f
mother
pater, patrem, m
father
prīnceps, prīncipem, m
emperor
senātor, senātōrem, m
senator
urbs, urbem, f
city
vōx, voōcem, f
voice
area, -ae
open space, threshing-floor
Britannia, -ae
Britian
cista, -ae
trunk, chest
filia, -ae
daughter
fossa, -ae
ditch
hora, -ae
hour
ianua, -ae
door
ira, -ae
anger
littera, -ae
letter (of the alphabet)
palla, -ae
palla
porta, -ae
gate
raeda, -ae
carraige
stola, -ae
stola (a woman's garment)
toga, -ae
toga
toga praetexta, -ae
toga with a purple border
toga virilis
toga of manhood, plain white toga
tunica, ae
tunic
via, -ae
road, street
Via Appia, -ae
the Appian Way
vinea, -ae
vineyard
dominus, -i
master
equus, -i
horse
filius, -i
son
liberi, -orum
children
numerus, -i
number
raedarius, -i
coachman, driver
vir, viri
man, husband
canis, canis, m/f
dog
frater, fatris
brother
frons, frontis, f
forehead
ianitor, ianitoris
doorkeeper
mater, maris, f
mother
narrator, narratoris, m
narrator
nox, noctis, f
night
nocte
at night
parens, parentis, m/f
parent
pater, patris, m
father
soro, sororis, f
sister
uxor, uxoris, f
wife
auriga, -ae, m
charioteer
caupona, -ae, f
inn
culpa, -ae
fault, blame
domina, -ae
mistress, lady of the house
pila, -ae
ball
rota, -ae
wheel
virga, -ae
stick, rod, switch
aedificium, -i, n
building
animus, -i
mind
auxilium, -i, n
help
baculum, -i, n
stick, staff
caelum, -i, n
sky
cisium, -i, n
light two-wheeled carriage
cubiculum, -i, n
room, bedroom
iocus, -i, m
joke, prank
olivetum, -i, n
olive grove
periculum, -i, n
danger
plaustrum, -i, n
wagon, cart
rusticus, -i, m
peasant
silentium, -i, n
silence
tabellarius, -i, m
courier
vehiculum, -i, n
vehicle
vestigium, -i, n
track, footprint, trace
ars, artis, gen. pl., artium, f
skill
bos, bovis, m/f
ox, cow
caupo, cauponis, m
innkeeper
civis, civis, gen pl, civium, m/f
citizen
homines, hominum m, pl
people
hospes, hospitis, m/f
guest, host, friend
iter, itineris, n
journey
murmur, murmuriss, n
murmur, rumble
Neapolis, Neapolis, f
Naples
nomen, nominis, n
name
onus, oneris, n
load, burden
nubes, nubis, gen, pl, nubium, f
cloud
pars, partis, gen. pl., partium, f
part, direction
pes, pedis, m
foot
pulvis, pulveris, n
dust
tempus, temporis, n
time