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Chapter 7


occupatus, a, um busy
specto, spectare (1) to watch
nuntius, i (m) messenger
venio, venire (4) to come
saluto, salutare (1) to greet
inquit (he,she) says
meus, mea, meum my
duco, ducere (3) to lead
trado, tradere (3) to hand over
eheu alas
princeps, principis (m) emperor
urbs, urbis (f) city
revoco, revocare (1) to call back
consulo, consulere (3) to consult
redeo, redire (irreg) to return
eugepae hurray
eo, ire (irreg) to go
contra against
obsidio, obsidere (3) to beseige, attack
dolus, i (m) trick
nox, noctis (f) night
intro, intrare (1) to enter
capio, capere (3) to capture
neco, necare (1) to kill
effugio, effugere (3) to run away, escape
Created by: hflmagistra