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Chapter 9


suus, sua, suum his/her/its own
nemo no one
nulli no
ianitor, ianitoris (m) doorkeeper
ianuae, ae (f) door
tacite silently
tempto, temptare (1) to test, try
semisomnus, a, um half-asleep
hic here
taceo, tacere (2) to be quiet
Noli/Nolite + infinitive Don't
mecum with me
miser, misera, miserum unhappy, sad, miserable
discedo, discedere (3) to depart
tuus, a, um your
vos omnes all of you
simul together, at the same time
nescio, nescire (4) to not know
secunda hora at the second hour (of daylight)
lacrimo, lacrimare (1) to cry, weep
O me miseram poor me
maneo, manere (2) to remain, stay
mitto, mittere (3) to send
promitto, promittere (3) to promise
complexus, us (m) embrace, hug
Created by: hflmagistra