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Ecce Romani 29 SALT

Ecce Romani Chapter 29 vocabulary SALT

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summā celeritāte with the greatest speed
ā servīs ferēbantur were being carried by slaves
concursō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus to run to and fro
portātur is being carried
dēlectō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus to delight, amuse
mendīcus, -ī (m.) beggar
ēlegantissimus, -a, -um most elegant
adstantēs, adstantium (m., pl.) bystanders
rixa, -ae (f.) a quarrel, argument
fīnis, fīnis (gen pl) fīnium (m.) end
lībertus, -ī (m.) freedman
ipsīus (gen sing of ipse, ipsa, ipsum) of himself/herself/itself
fūmus, -ī (m.), smoke
recumbō, -ere, recubuī to recline, lie down
aufugiō, -ere, aufūgī to run away, escape
celerrimus, -a, -um fastest, very fast
mēnsa, -ae table
rumpō rumpere, rūpī, ruptus to burst
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