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Chapters 1-7 Vocab

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QuestionAnswer
ecce look
puella, ae (f) girl
nomen, nominis (n) name
quae who
habito, habitare (1) to live
etiam also
villa, ae (f) country house
villa rustica, villae rusticae (f) country house and farm
ubi where
aestas, aestatis (f) summer
laetus, a, um happy
quod because
iam now
sub under
arbor, arboris tree
sedeo, sedere to sit
et and
lego, legere (3) to read
alter, altera, alterum a second
vicinus, a, um neighboring
dum while
scribo, scribere to write
Quis? Who…?
Cur? Why…?
Quid …facit? What is….doing?
quoque also
sum, esse (irreg.) to be
amicus, a, um friend
hodie today
sed but
ager, agri (m) fields
ambulo, ambulare (1) to walk
brevis short
tempus, temporis (n) time
defessus, a, um tired
non iam no longer, not now
strenuus, a, um active, energetic
curro, currere (3) to run
tandem at last
e, ex out of, from
ad to, toward
lente slowly
Quid….faciunt? What are….doing?
eius her, his, its
saepe often
puer, pueri (m) boy
qui who
eadem the same
hortus, i (m) garden
clamo, clamare (1) to shout
rideo, ridere (2) to laugh, smile
vir, viri (m) man
servus, i (m) slave
multus, a, um many
laboro, laborare to work
solus, a, um alone
iratus, a, um angry
subito suddenly
piscina, ae (f) fishpond
cado, cadere (3) to fall
abeo, abire (irreg) to go away
molestus, a, um annoying, troublesome
gemo, gemere (3) to groan
-ne indicates yes/no question
semper always
vexo, vexare (1) to annoy
igitur therefore
amo, amare (1) to like, love
dormio, dormire (4) to sleep
conspicio, conspicere (3 io) to catch sight of
furtim stealthily
appropinquo, appropinquare (1) to approach
ascendo, ascendere (3) to climb
magnus, a, um big, great
vox, vocis (f) voice
audio, audire (4) to hear
video, videre (2) to see
terreo, terrere (2) to frighten
sollicitus, a, um worried
tum at that moment, then
descendo, descendere (3) to come down
tu, tui, tibi, te, te you (singular)
nihil nothing
caveo, cavere (2) to be careful
ramus, I (m) branch
infirmus, a, um weak, shaky
fragor, fragoris (m) crash, noise
Qualis…? What sort of…?
Quo…? Where…to?
si if
dies, diei day
calidus, a, um warm
silva, ae (f) woods
ibi there
rivus, I (m) stream
frigidus, a, um cool, cold
erro, errare (1) to wander
prope near
volo, velle (irreg) to wish, want
ignavus, a, um cowardly, lazy
respondeo, respondere (2) to reply
neque…neque neither…nor
temerarius, a, um rash, reckless
lupus, I (m) wolf
perterritus, a, um frightened, terrified
statim immediately
fero, ferre (irreg) to bring, carry
auxilium, I (n) help
clamor, clamoris (m) shout, shouting
peto, petere (3) to look for, seek
arripio, arripere (3 io) to grab hold of, snatch
salvus, a, um safe
advenio, advenire (4) to reach, arrive (at)
excipio, excipere (3 io) to welcome
adhuc still
timeo, timere (2) to fear, be afraid
nondum not yet
lucet, lucere (3) to be light, day
surgo, surgere (3) to rise, get up
per through
neque and…not
tamen however
ancilla, ae (f) slave woman
omnes, omnia all, everyone
observo, observare (1) to watch
purgo, purgare (1) to clean
cibus, I (m) food
coquo, coquere (3) to cook
mox soon
strenue strenuously, hard
aqua, ae (f) water
porto, portare (1) to carry
reprehendo, reprehendere (3) to blame, scold
doceo, docere (2) to teach
curo, curare (1) to look after, take care of
lana, ae (f) wool
traho, trahere (3) to drag, spin
adiuvo, adiuvare (1) to help
ipse, ipsa, ipsum himself, herself, itself
nunc now
necesse est it is necessary
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,it) 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 recall, call back
consulo, consulere (3) to consult
redeo, redire (irreg) to return
eugepae hurray
eo, ire (irreg) to go
contra against
obsidio, obsidere (3 io) to besiege, attack
dolus, I (m) trick
nox, noctis (f) night
intro, intrare (1) to enter
capio, capere (3 io) to capture
neco, necare (1) to kill
effugio, effugere (3 io) to run away, escape
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