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Ch 22-24 Latin

Ecce Romani I

QuestionAnswer
admoveo, admovere, admovi, admotus (verb) to move toward
advenio, advenire, adveni, adventurus (verb) to reach, arrive (at)
aedificio, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to build
aestus, -us (m) beat
aquaeductus, -us (m) aqueduct
arcus, -us (m) arch
at (conj) but
atque (conj) and, also
attonitus, -a, -um astonished, astounded
bene (adv) well
cado, cadere, cecidi, casurus (verb) to fall
circumitus (irreg) to go around
Circus Maximus, -i (m) Circus Maximus (a stadium in Rome)
clausus, -a, -um shut, closed
colo, colere, colui, cultus (verb) to cultivate
conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus (verb) to hire
consido, considere, consedi (verb) to to sit down
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus (verb) to decide
Cornelii, -orum (m) (pl) the members of the family of Cornelius
Cuius...? Whose...?
cum (conj) when
Curia, -ae (f) Senate House
demonstro, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to show
discedo, discedere, discessi, discessurus (verb) to go away, depart
se quieti dare to rest
domus, -us (f) house
domo from home
domum homeward, home
ei, eae, ea they
eis to them
eo (adv) there, to that place
excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptus (verb) to welcome, receive, catch
exeo, exire, exii or exivi, exiturus (irreg verb) to go out
extans, extantis standing out, towering
extra (prep + acc) outside
gaudium, -i (m) joy
habenae, -arum (f) (pl) reins
huc illuc (adv) here and there, this way and that
illuc (adv) there, to that place
huc illuc (adv) here and there, this way and that
imber, imbris, (gen pl), imbrium (m) rain
immemor, immemoris (+ gen) forgetful
induo, induere, indui, indutus (verb) to put on
ingens, ingentis huge
interdiu (adv) during the day, by day
intra (prep + acc) inside
labor, laboris (m) work, toil
lectica, -ae (f) litter
lecticarus, -i (m) litter-bearer
liber, libri (m) book
ludi, -orum (m) (pl) games
magnifus, -a, -um magnificent
mandatum, -i (noun) order, instrument
maneo, manere, mansi, mansus (verb) to remain, stay, wait, wait for
maximus, -a, -um greatest, very great, very large
mercator, mercatoris (m) merchant
mirus, -a, -um wonderful, marvelous, strange
moles, molis, (gen pl), montium (m) mountain, hill
monstro, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to show
multitudo, multitudinis (f) crowd
murus, -i (m) wall
nocturnus, -a, -um happening during the night
occurro, occurrere, occurri, occursurus (+ dat) to meet
orator, oratoris (m) orator, speaker
Palatinus, -a, -um Paletine, belonging to the Palatine Hill
admoveo, admovere, admovi, admotus (verb) to move toward
advenio, advenire, adveni, adventurus (verb) to reach, arrive (at)
aedificio, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to build
aestus, -us (m) beat
aquaeductus, -us (m) aqueduct
arcus, -us (m) arch
at (conj) but
atque (conj) and, also
attonitus, -a, -um astonished, astounded
bene (adv) well
cado, cadere, cecidi, casurus (verb) to fall
circumitus (irreg) to go around
Circus Maximus, -i (m) Circus Maximus (a stadium in Rome)
clausus, -a, -um shut, closed
colo, colere, colui, cultus (verb) to cultivate
conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus (verb) to hire
consido, considere, consedi (verb) to to sit down
constituo, constituere, constitui, constitutus (verb) to decide
Cornelii, -orum (m) (pl) the members of the family of Cornelius
Cuius...? Whose...?
cum (conj) when
Curia, -ae (f) Senate House
demonstro, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to show
discedo, discedere, discessi, discessurus (verb) to go away, depart
se quieti dare to rest
domus, -us (f) house
domo from home
domum homeward, home
ei, eae, ea they
eis to them
eo (adv) there, to that place
excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptus (verb) to welcome, receive, catch
exeo, exire, exii or exivi, exiturus (irreg verb) to go out
extans, extantis standing out, towering
extra (prep + acc) outside
gaudium, -i (m) joy
habenae, -arum (f) (pl) reins
huc illuc (adv) here and there, this way and that
illuc (adv) there, to that place
huc illuc (adv) here and there, this way and that
imber, imbris, (gen pl), imbrium (m) rain
immemor, immemoris (+ gen) forgetful
induo, induere, indui, indutus (verb) to put on
ingens, ingentis huge
interdiu (adv) during the day, by day
intra (prep + acc) inside
labor, laboris (m) work, toil
lectica, -ae (f) litter
lecticarus, -i (m) litter-bearer
liber, libri (m) book
ludi, -orum (m) (pl) games
magnifus, -a, -um magnificent
mandatum, -i (noun) order, instrument
maneo, manere, mansi, mansus (verb) to remain, stay, wait, wait for
maximus, -a, -um greatest, very great, very large
mercator, mercatoris (m) merchant
mirus, -a, -um wonderful, marvelous, strange
moles, molis, (gen pl), montium (m) mountain, hill
monstro, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to show
multitudo, multitudinis (f) crowd
murus, -i (m) wall
nocturnus, -a, -um happening during the night
occurro, occurrere, occurri, occursurus (+ dat) to meet
orator, oratoris (m) orator, speaker
Palatinus, -a, -um Paletine, belonging to the Palatine Hill
se parare to prepare oneself, get ready
patruus, -i (m) uncle
pluit, plucere, pluit it rains, is raining
Pompeii, -orum (m) (pl) Pompeii
pons, pontis, (gen pl), pontium (m) bridge
primum (adv) first, at first
quas which
quem whom, which, that
quies, quietis (f) rest
se quieti dare to rest
quiesco, quiescere, quievi, quieturus (verb) to rest, keep quiet
satis (adv) enough
satis temporis enough time
scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptus (verb) to write
sepulcrum, -i (noun) tomb
simulac (conj) as soon as
sto, stare, steti, staturus (verb) to stand
strepitus, -us (m) noise, clattering
stulus, -a, -um stupid, foolish
stupeo, -ere, -ui (verb) to be amazed, gape
sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptus (verb) to take, take up, pick out
supra (prep + acc) above
talis, -is, -e such, like this, of this kind
tantus, -a, -um so great, such a big
satis temporis enough time
terror, terroris (m) terror, fear
trado, tradere, tradidi, traditus (verb) to hand over
turba, -ae (f) crowd, mob
undique (adv) on all sides, from all sides
vester, vestra, vestrum your (pl)
virilis, -is, -e of manhood
visito, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to visit
vix (adv) scarcely, with difficulty
vobis to you, for you (pl)
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