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Ecce Romani 40-42

Ecce Romani Chapters 40-42 Vocabulary Cards

Casa Hut, cottage
Poena Punishment, penalty
Scapha Small boat
Poenas dare To pay the penalty
Unda Wave
Studium Enthusiasm, eagerness
Ventus Wind
Pugio Dagger
Rogatio Question
Talia Such things
Verus True
Dives Rich
Pauper Poor
Ignorare To be ignorant
Natare To swim
Superare To overcome
Audere To dare
Gaudere To be glad, rejoice
Solere To be accustomed to
Valere To be strong, well
Arcessere To summon, send for
Convalescere To grow stronger, get well
Cupere To desire, want
Discere To learn
Evadere To escape
Rapere To snatch, seize
Reducere To lead back, take back
Repellere To drive off, drive back
Resistere To resist
Textere To weave
Adoriri To attack
Oriri To rise
Clam Secretly
Cum Since, when
Cum primum As soon as
Foras Outside
Immo vero On the contrary, in fact
Inde From there, then
Primo First
Quam primum As soon as possible
Quoniam Since
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