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  • animal, animalis, n.

    animal

    arma, armorum, n. pl.

    weapons

    caput, capitis, n.

    head

    civis, civis, m./f.

    citizen

    consul, consulis, m.

    consul

    corpus, corporis, n.

    exemplar, exemplaris, n.

    example

    mare, maris, n.

    sea

    mors, mortis, f.

    death

    mulier, mulieris, f.

    woman

    oratio, orationis, f.

    speech

    orationem habeo

    to make a speech

    tempus, temporis, n.

    time

    urbs, urbis, f.

    city

    audio, audīre, audivi, auditum

    to hear, listen

    credo, credere, credidi, creditum + dative

    to believe, trust

    gero, gerere, gessi, gestum

    to carry, wear

    se gerit

    he/she/it behaves

    scio, scīre, scivi, scitum

    to know

    sentio, sentīre, sensi, sensum

    to feel

    venio, venīre, veni, ventum

    to come

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