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Vocable Translation
anima, animae [f.] A Noun soul, breath, spirit, life
arx, arcis [f.] M Noun castle, fortress
auctor, auctoris [m.] C Noun author
beatus/beata/beatum, AO Adjective happy, sacred, holy
civitas, civitatis [f.] C Noun state, citizenship
fatum, fati [n.] O Noun fate, death
finis, finis [m.] I Noun end, limit, boundary, purpose, (plural)...
gens, gentis [f.] C Noun folk, nation, people
hic, haec, hoc Demonstrative Pronoun that
ille, illa, illud Demonstrative Pronoun that
iustus/iusta/iustum, AO Adjective just, right
lux, lucis [f.] C Noun light
memoria, memoriae [f.] A Noun memory, recollection
memoriae prodere Phrase not yet translated :(
mons, montis [m.] M Noun mountain
monstro, monstras, monstrare A, monstravi, monstratum Verb show
mors, mortis [f.] C Noun death
navis, navis [f.] M Noun boat, ship
noceo, noces, nocere E, nocui, nocitum Verb do harm , harm, injure
orbis, orbis [m.] M Noun circle, territory/region, sphere, [orbis...
orbis terrarum Phrase not yet translated :(
parco, parcis, parcere C, peperci, parsurum Verb be lenient , spare
pareo, pares, parere E, parui, pariturusum Verb be obedient , obey
pono, ponis, ponere C, posui, ponitum Verb put, place, set
primus, primi [m.] O Noun chiefs (pl.), nobles
regno, regnas, regnare A, regnavi, regnatum Verb reign, rule
sedes, sedis [f.] C Noun seat, home, residence, settlement, habitation, chair
sedes beatae Phrase not yet translated :(
sors, sortis [f.] M Noun lot, fate, oracular response
superbus/superba/superbum, AO Adjective arrogant, overbearing, haughty, proud
Tempore Phrase not yet translated :(
urbs, urbis [f.] M Noun city, town
vates, vatis [m.] C Noun prophet/seer, mouthpiece of deity, oracle,...

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