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Ch 13-17 Latin

Ecce Romani I

QuestionAnswer
a or ab (prep + abl) from
accidit, accidere, accidit it happens
advesperascit, advesperascere, advesperavit it gets dark
aedificium, -i (noun) building
alter...alter the one...the other
animus, -i (m) mind
in animo habere to intend
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus (verb) to open
appareo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (verb) to appear
apud (prep + acc) with, in front of, before
ars, artis, (gen pl), artium (f) skill
auriga, -ae (m) charioteer
caelum, -i (n) sky
carissimus, -a, -um dearest
caupo, cauponis (m) innkeeper
caupona, -ae (f) inn
celerrime (adv) very fast, very quickly
centum a hundered
cesso, -are, -avi, -aturus (verb) to be idle, do nothing, delay
cisium, -i (noun) light two-wheeled carriage
civis, civis, (gen pl), civium (m/f) citizen
commotus, -a, -um moved
concido, concidere, concidi to fall down
culpa, -ae (f) fault, blame
cuncti, -ae, -a all
custodio, -ire, -ivi, -itus (verb) to guard
de (prep + abl) down from, concerning, about
decem ten
deverto, devertere, deverti, deversus (verb) to turn aside
diu (adv) for a long time
domina, -ae (f) mistress, lady of the house
duo, duae, duo two
erat (he/she/it) was
extraho, extrahere, extraxi, extractus (verb) to drag out, take out
iter facere to travel
fatuus, -a, -um stupid
ferio, -ire, -ivi, -itus (verb) to hit, strike
ferociter (adv) fiercely
fortasse (adv) perhaps
frustra (adv) in vain
gaudeo, gaudere to be glad, rejoice
Graecus, -a, -um Greek
Graeci, -orum (m) (pl) the Greeks
haereo, haerere, haesi, haesurus (verb) to stick
homines, hominum (m) (pl) people
hospes, hospitis (m/f) guest, host, friend, a person related to one of another city by ties of hospitality
identidem (adv) again and again, repeatedly
incolumis, -is, -e unhurt, safe and sound
interpello, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to interrupt
iocus, -i (m) joke, prank
per iocum as a prank
itaque (adv) and so, therefore
longus, -a, -um long
ludo, ludere, lusi, lusurus (verb) to play
pila ludere to play ball
magno risu with a loud laugh
mille a thousand
mortuus, -a, -um dead
moveo, movere, movi, motus (verb) to move
murmur, murmuris (noun) mumur, rumble
Neapolis, Neapolis (f) Naples
nonus, -a, -um ninth
noster, nostra, nostrum our
novem nine
novus, -a, -um new
octo eight
olivetum, -i (noun) olive groove
onus, oneris (n) load, burden
pars, partis, (gen pl), partium (f) part, direction, region
periculosus, -a, -um dangerous
periculum, -i (n) danger
pernocto, -are, -avi, -aturus (verb) to spend the night
pes, pedis (m) foot
pila, -ae (f) picture
plaustrum, -i (noun) wagon cart
poterat (he/she/it) was able, could
praeclarus, -a, -um distinguished, famous
praeterea (adv) besides, too, moreover
praetereo, praeterire, praeterii or praeterivi, praeteritus (verb) to go past
procul (adv) in the distance, far off, far
pulvis, pulveris (m) dust
Quam...! (adv) How...!
Quam...? (adv) How...?
quattuor four
quiesco, quiescere, quievi, quieturus (verb) to rest, keep quiet
quingenti, -ae, -a five hundred
quinquaginta fifty
quinque five
Quot...? How many...?
relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus (verb) to leave behind
risus, -us (m) smile, laugh
rota, -ae (f) wheel
rusticus, -i (m) peasant
scio, scire, scivi, scitus (verb) to know
septem seven
septimus, -a, -um seventh
sex six
silentium, -i (noun) silence
tabellarius, -i (ma) courier
taedet, taedere it bores
tantum (adv) only
tardus, -a, -um slow
tres, tres, tria three
unus, -a, -um one
ut (adv) as
vehiculum, -i (noun) vehicle
verto, vertere, verti, versus (verb) to turn
virga, -ae (f) stick, rod, switch
vis (from volo) you want
vito, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to avoid
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