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Latin Final Nouns - English to Latin

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youth, young manhood; youthfulness (f) adulēscentia, -ae
farmer (f) agricola, -ae
friend (f) amīca, -ae
friendship (f) amīcitia, -ae
Asia (f) Asia, -ae
abundance, supply; pl: supplies, troops, forces (f) cōpia, -ae
fault, blame (f) culpa, -ae
care, attention, caution, anxiety (f) cura, -ae
rumor, report; fame reputation (f) fāma, -ae
woman (f) fēmina, -ae
daughter (f) fīlia, -ae dat/abl pl. fīliābus
form, shape; beauty (f) fōrma, -ae
fortune, luck (f) fortūna,-ae
glory, fame (f) glōria, -ae
hour, time (f) hōra, -ae
ire, anger (f) īra, -ae
a letter of the alphabet; pl: a letter, literature (f) littera, -ae
schoolmistress, teacher, mistress (f) magistra, -ae
doctor, physician (f) medica, -ae
delay (f) mora, -ae
nature (f) nātūra, -ae
sailor (f) nauta, -ae
suffering; patience, endurance (f) patientia, -ae
fatherland, native land, (one’s) country (f) patria, -ae
philosophy (f) philosopia, -ae
penalty, punishment (f) poena, -ae
(mm) poet (f) poēta, -ae
fate, entrance (f) porta, -ae
girl (f) puella, -ae
queen (f) rēgīna, -ae
rose (f) rosa, -ae
wisdom (f) sapientia, -ae
feeling, thought, opinion, vote, sentence (f) sententia, -ae
earth, ground, land, country (f) terra, -ae
money (f) pecunia, -ae
way, road, street (f) via, -ae
victory (f) victōria, -ae
life; mode of life (f) vita, -ae
friend (m) amīcus, amīcī
sky, soul, spirit, mind; pl: high spirits, pride, courage (m) animus, -ī
year (m) annus, -ī
son (m) fīlius, fīliī
place; passage in literature; pl: passages in literature (m) locus, -ī
doctor, physician (m) medicus, -ī
disease, sickness (m) morbus, -ī
number (m) numerus, -ī
eye (m) oculus, -ī
the people, a people, a nation (m) populus, -ī
a fool (m) stulus, -ī
farm, field (m) ager, agrī
schoolmaster, teacher, master (m) magister, magistrī
boy, pl: boys, children (m) puer, puerī
man, hero (m) vir, virī
kiss (n) bāsium, -iī
war (n) bellum, -ī
sky, heaven (n) caelum, -ī
plan, purpose, counsel, advice, wisdom (n) cōnsilium, -iī
gift, present (n) dōnum, -ī
destruction, ruin (n) exitium, -iī
places, region (n) loca, -ōrum
duty, service (n) officium, iī
leisure, peace (n) otium, -iī
danger, risk (n) perīculum, -ī
beginning (n) prīncipium, -iī
cure, remedy (n) remedium, iī
eagerness, zeal, pursuit, study (n) stadium, -iī
word (n) verbum, -ī
state citizenship (f) cīvitās, cīvitātis
desire, longing; passion; cupidit, avarice (f) cupiditās, cupiditātis
praise, glory, fame (f) laus, laudis
liberty (f) lībertās, lībertātis
mother (f) māter, mātris
peace (f) pāx, pācis
reckoning, account; reason, judgement; system; manner (f) ratiō, ratiōnis
old age (f) senectūs, senectūtis
sister (f) soror, sorōris
wife (f) uxor,uxōris
truth (f) vēritās, vēritātis
maiden, virgin (f) virgō, virginis
manliness, courage; excellence, character, virtue (f) virtūs, virtūtis
pleasure (f) voluptās, voluptātis
(m and f) young man/woman (m/f) adulēscēns, adulēscentis
love (m) amor, amōris
Caesar (m) Caesar, Caesaris
Cicero (m) Cicerō, Cicerōnis
brother (m) frāter, frātris
human being, man (m) homō, hominis
labor, work, toil; a work, production (m) labor, labōris
habit, custom, manner; pl: habits, morals, character (m) mōs, mōris
father (m) pater, patris
king (m) rēx, rēgis
writer, author (m) scrīptor, scrīptōris
head; leader; beginning; life; heading; chapter (m) caput, capitis
song, poem (m) carmen, carminis
body (m) corpus, corporis
name (m) nōmen, nōminis
time; occasion, opportunity (m) tempus, temporis