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Latin 1 Vocabulary

Chapters 1 through 7

Look! Ecce!
a/the girl puella
by name, named nomine
who quae qui
she/he lives, is living, does live habitat
also, still etiam
a/the country house villa
a the country house and farm villa rustica
where, when ubi
in the summer aestate
happy laeta
because quod
now iam
under the tree sub arbore
she/he sits, is sitting, does sit sedet
and et
she/he reads, is reading, does read legit
second, another altera
neighboring vicina
while dum
she/he writes, is writing, does write scribit
Who...? Quis...?
Why...? Cur...?
What is...doing? What does...do? What are...doing? What do...do? Quid facit? Quid faciunt?
she/he is they are est sunt
friend amica amicus
today hodie
but sed
in the fields in agris
they walk, are walking, do walk ambulant
in a short time, soon brevi tempore
tired defessa
no longer non iam
active, energetic strenua
she/he runs, is running, does run currit
at last tandem
from/out of the fields ex agris
to/toward the country house and farm ad villam rusticam
slowly lente
a/the boy puer
the same eadem
in the garden in horto
they shout, are shouting clamant
they laugh, are laughing, smile rident
a/the man vir
a/the slave servus
many multi
in country houses in villis rusticis
they work, are working laborant
alone solus
angry iratus
suddenly subito
into the fishpond in piscinam
he/she/it falls cadit
Go away, pests! Abite, molesti!
he/she groans gemit
troublesome, annoying molestus
always semper
he/she annoys vexat
therefore igitur
he/she likes, loves amat
he/she sleeps dormit
he/she catches sight of conspicit
stealthily furtim
he/she approaches appropinquat
he/she climbs ascendit
big, great magnus
in a loud voice magna voce
he/she hears, listens to audit
he/she sees videt
a/the voice vox
he/she/it frightens terret
anxious, worried sollicita
at that moment, then tum
Come down, Sextus! Descende, Sexte!
you (subject) tu
nothing nihil
you (direct object) te
Be careful! Cave!
a/the branch ramus
weak, shaky infirmus
a/the crash, noise fragor
What sort of...? Qualis...?
Where...to? Quo...?
if si
a/the day dies
warm calidus
into the woods in silvam
there ibi
a/the stream rivus
cool, cold frigidus
they wander errant
near prope
he/she wishes, wants vult
cowardly, lazy ignavus
he/she replies respondet
neither...nor... neque...neque...
rash, reckless, bold temerarius
a/the wolf lupus
frightened, terrified perterritus
immediately statim
Bring Help! Help! Ferte auxilium!
a/the shout, shouting clamor
toward the girls ad puellas
them eos
him eum
he/she looks for, seeks petit
he/she grabs hold of, snatches arripit
he/she drives off repellit
out of the woods e silva
safe salvae
they reach, arrive (at) adveniunt
they welcome excipiunt
still adhuc
he/she fears, is afraid timet
Whom...? Quem...?
I ego
I wish, want volo
I do not wish, want nolo
you prepare, get ready paras
he/she is able, can potest
to go out exire
not yet nondum
it is light, it is day lucet
he/she gets up, rises surgit
through the country house per villam
father pater
mother mater
also quoque
and...not neque
however tamen
slave-woman ancilla
all omnes
he/she watches observat
he/she cleans purgat
food cibus
to cook coquere
soon, presently mox
strenuously, hard strenue
water aqua
they carry portant
he/she blames scolds reprehendit
he/she teaches docet
to look after, take care of curare
they spin wool lanam trahunt
everything that omnia quae
to help adiuvare
she, herself ipsa
now nunc
it is necessary necesse est
Who...? (plural) Qui...?
busy occupatus
working laborantes
they watch, look at spectant
messanger nuntius
he/she comes venit
he/she greets salutat
Greetings! Hello! Salve!
he/she says inquit
my meus
he/she leads, takes ducit
he/she hands over tradit
Alas! Oh no! Eheu!
emperor princeps
to the city ad urbem
he/she recalls revocat
to consult consulere
to return redire
Hurray! Eugepae!
to go ire
Whom...? (plural) Quos...?
city, cities urbs, urbes
my meus, mei, mea, meae
them eas, eos
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