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Ecce Romani 13-17

Review Chapters 13-17

auriga, -ae, m charioteer
caupona, -ae, f inn
culpa, -ae, f fault, blame
domina, -ae, f mistress, lady of the house
pila, -ae, f ball
rota, -ae, f wheel
virga, -ae, f stick, rod, switch
aedificium, -i, n building
animus, -i, m mind
auxilium, -i, n help
baculum, -i, n stick, staff
caelum, -i, n sky
cisium, -i, n light two-wheeled carriage
cubiculum, -i, n room, bedroom
iocus, -i, m joke, prank
olivetum, -i, n olive grove
periculum, -i, n danger
plaustrum, -i, n wagon, cart
rusticus, -i, m peasant
silentium, -i, n silence
tabellarius, -i, m courier
vehiculum, -i, n vehicle
vestigium, -i, n track, footprint, trace
ars, artis, gen pl. artium, f skill
bos, bovis, m/f ox, cow
caupo, cauponis, m innkeeper
civis, civis, gen pl., civium, m/f citizen
homines, hominum, m, pl. people
hospes, hospitis, m/f guest, host, friend
iter, itineris, n journey
murmur, murmuris, n murmur, rumble
Neapolis, Neapolis, f Naples
nomen, nominis, n name
onus, oneris, n load, burden
nubes, nubis, gen pl., nubium, f cloud
pars, partis, gen pl., partium, f part, direction
pes, pedis, m foot
pulvis, pulveris, n dust
tempus, temporis, n time
alter... alter the one... the other
carissimus, -a, -um dearest
commotus, -a, -um moved
cuncti, -ae, -a all
fatuus, -a, -um stupid
Graecus, -a, -um Greek
longus, -a, -um long
mortuus, -a, -um dead
noster, nostra, nostrum our
novus, -a, -um new
periculosus, -a, -um dangerous
praeclarus, -a, -um distinguished, famous
tardus, -a, -um slow
incolumis unhurt, safe and sound
unus, -a, -um one
duo, duae, duo two
tres, tres, tria three
quattor four
quinque five
sex six
septem seven
octo eight
novem nine
decem ten
quinquaginta fifty
centum a hundred
quingenti, -ae, -a five hundred
mille a thousand
secundus, -a, -um second
septimus, -a, -um seventh
nonus, -a, -um ninth
decimus, -a, -um tenth
undecimus, -a, -um eleventh
cesso, cessare to be idle, do nothing
exspecto, exspectare to look out for, to wait for
interpello, interpellare to interrupt
pernocto, pernoctare to spend the night
vito, vitare to avoid
appareo, apparere to appear
gaudeo, gaudere to be glad, rejoice
haereo, haerere to stick
moveo, movere to move
accidit, accidere it happens
advesperascit, advesperascere it gets dark
ago, agere to do, to drive
concido, concidere to fall down
deverto, devertere to turn aside
extraho, extrahere to drag out, take out
ludo, ludere to play
quiesco, quiescere to rest, keep quiet
reinquo, relinquere to leave behind
verto, vertere to turn
aperio, aperire to open
custodio, custodire to guard
ferio, ferire to hit, strike
scio, scire to know
eo, ire to go
abeo, abire to go away
exeo, exire to go out
praetereo, praeterire to go past
redeo, redire to return
fero, ferre to bring, carry
nolo, nolle to be unwilling, not to wish
possum, posse to be able
sum, esse to be
absum, abesse to be away, be absent
volo, velle to wish, want, be willing
(is, ea, id) eius, eum, eam, eos, eas him, her, them, etc
illa she
quod which, that
a or ab from
apud with
de down from, concerning, about
adhuc still
celerrime very fast, very quickly
cras tomorrow
deinde then, next
diu for a long time
etiam also, even
ferociter fiercely
fortasse perhaps
frustra in vain
hic here
hodie today
iam now, already
ibi there
identidem again and again, repeatedly
interea meanwhile
Ita vero! Indeed! Yes!
itaque and so, therefore
iterum again, a second time
lente slowly
Minime! No! Not at all!
mox soon, presently
necesse necessary
non not
non iam no longer
nunc now
placide gently, peacefully
praeterea besides, too, moreover
procul in the distance, far off, far
Quam...! How...!
quoque also
saepe often
semper always
simul together, at the same time
statim immediately
strenue strenuously, hard
subito suddenly
tacite silently
tamen however, nevertheless
tandem at last, at length
tantum only
tum at that moment, then
ubi where, when
ut as
Quot...? How many...?
Cave!/Cavete! Be careful! Watch out for!
in animo habere to intend
illud that
iter facere to travel
magno risu with a loud laugh
per iocum as a prank
pila ludere to play ball
tribus diebus in three days
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