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ager, agrī, m.
field
frūmentum, -ī, n.
grain
agricola, -ae, m.
farmer
negōtium, -ī, n.
business
arātrum, -ī, n.
plough
īnstrumentum, -ī, n.
tool, instrument
sēmen, sēminis, n.
seed
falx, falcis, f.
sickle
regiō, -iōnis, f.
region
frūgēs, frūgum, f. pl.
crops
pecus, pecoris, n.
livestock, cattle
pābulum, -ī, n.
fodder
lāna, -ae, f.
wool
cōpia, -ae, f.
abundance, lot
vītis, vītis, f.
vine
vīnea, -ae, f.
vineyard
ūva, -ae, f.
grape
vīnum, -ī, n.
wine
praedium, -ī, n.
estate
labor, labōris, m.
labor, work, toil
rūs, rūris, n.
countryside
ōtium, -ī, n.
leisure
colōnus, -ī, m.
farmer (tenant)
patientia, -ae, f.
patience
cūra, -ae, f.
care, concern
precēs, precum, f. pl.
prayers (sg.: prex)
calor, calōris, m.
heat
frīgus, frīgoris, m.
cold, chill
grex, gregis, m.
flock, herd
amoenus, -a, -um
pleasant (place > amenities)
mātūrus, -a, -um
ripe, early
rudis, -e
rough
fertilis, -e
fertile
suburbānus, -a, -um
near the city
urbānus, -a, -um
urban, of the city, sophisticated
patiēns, patientis
enduring, patient (patī = to suffer)
rūsticus, -a, -um
rustic, of the country
gravidus, -a, -um
heavy, weighty, pregnant
siccus, -a, -um
dry
neglegēns, neglegentis
careless, negligent (negligō = to neglect)
nēquam / nēquior / nequius / nequissimus -a -um
worthless
immatūrus, -a, -um
not ripe, immature
inhūmānus, -a, -um
inhumane
trīcēsimus, -a, -um
thirtieth
quiēscere, quiēvisse, quiētum
to rest
cingo, cingere, cinxisse, cinctum
bind round, gird; surround
cresco, crēscere, crēvisse, crētum
to grow
meto, metere, messuisse, messum
to reap, harvest
aro, arāre, aravisse, aratum
to plough
sero, serere, sēvisse, satum
to sow
colo, colere, coluisse, cultum
to cultivate
spargo, spargere, sparsisse, sparsum
to sprinkle
utor, ūtī, usum
to use (+ Abl.)
pasco, pāscere, pāvisse, pāstum
to pasture
inveho, invehere, invēxisse, invectum
to bring in, import
rigo, rigāre, rigavisse, rigatum
to water
laboro, labōrāre, laboravisse, laboratum
to work, labor, toil
existimo, exīstimāre, existimavisse, existimatum
to think (out)
censeo, cēnsere, cēnsuisse, censum
to think (be of the opinion)
proicio, prōicere, prōiecisse, prōiectum
to throw forward, project
oro, ōrāre, oravisse, oratum
to pray, beg
rapio, rapere, rapuisse, raptum
to tear away, carry off
neglego, neglegere, neglēxisse, neglēctum
to neglect
prosum, prōdesse, profuisse
to be profitable, of advantage, useful, do good (+ dat)
noceo, nocēre, nocuisse, nocitum
to harm, be harmful ( + Dat.)
prohibeo, prohibēre, prohibuisse, prohibitum
to keep off, prevent, prohibit
quīdam, quaedam, quoddam
a certain, some (pronoun)
parum
a little, too little
tantum
only, so much
dēnīque
finally
circā
around
prae
in front of, before, in comparison with (+ Abl.)
prō
for, before, in front of, on behalf of, instead of
abs
ā / ab (before te)
-ve
or (enclitic)
coniūnctīvus, -ī, m.
subjunctive (as opposed to indicative and imperative)