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Latin Chapter 14

Ecce Romani I Chap. 14

LatinEnglish
concido, concidere to fall down
cuncti all
incolumis unhurt, safe and sound
gaudeo, gaudere to be glad
quod (with verbs of feeling), that
cesso, cessare to be idle, to do nothing
extraho, extrahere to drag out
frusta in vain
haereo, haerere to stick
moveo, movere to move
culpa fault, blame
tua culpa it's your fault that
cisium light two-wheeled carriage
interpello, interpellare to interrupt
placide gently, peacefully
quod which
celerrime very fast
noster our
devertebat he began to turn aside
periculum danger
ars, artis, artium skill
ago, agere to do, drive
Tune... spectabas were you watching?
commotus moved
accidit happens
olivetum, -i (n.) olive grove
Created by: 18schmin