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Ch 25-27 Latin

Ecce Romani I

QuestionAnswer
abhinc (adv) ago, previously
absum, abesse, afui, afuturus (irreg verb) to be away, be absent, be distant
accidit, accidere, accidit it happens
accuso, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to accuse
adsum, adesse, adfui, adfuturus (irreg verb) to be present
aestus, -us (m) heat
Gratias tibi ago! I thank you! Thank you!
ago, agere, egi, actus (verb) to do, drive
albatus, -a, -um white
aliquid something
aliter (adv) otherwise
amphitheatrum, -i (noun) amphitheater
antiquus, -a, -um ancient
apud (prep + acc) with, in front of, before
atrium, -i (noun) atrium, main room
aureus, -a, -um golden
aut...aut (conj) either...or
bona, -orum (noun) (pl) goods, possessions
Caesar, Caesaris (m) Caesar, emperor
Caligula, -ae (m) Caligula (emperor, A.D. 37-41)
captivus, -i (m) prisoner
caput, captitus (noun) head
carissimus, -a, -um dearest
causa, -ae (f) reason
circensis, -is, -e in the circus
ludi circenses chariot-racing
circumeo, circumire, circumii or circumivi, circumitus (irreg verb) to go around
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus (verb) to shut
clausus, -a, -um shut, closed
cliens, clientis, (gen pl), clientum (m) client, dependent
colloquium, -i (noun) conversation
colo, colere, colui, cultus (verb) to cultivate
conficio, conficere, confeci, confectus (verb) to finish
confido, confidere (+ dat) to give trust (to), trust
coniunx, coniugis (m/f) husband, wife
curriculum, -i (noun) race, track
custos, custodis (m) guard
debeo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (+ infin) ought
demonstro, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to show
desidero, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to long for, miss
eo die on that day
domi at home
earum their
Eho! Alas!
eorum their
eruptio, eruptionis (f) eruption
excitatus, -a, -um wakenend, aroused
factio, factionis (f) company (of charioteers)
faveo, favere, favi, fauturus (+ dat) to give favor (to), favor, support
feriatus, -a, -um celebrating a holiday
Forum, -i (noun) the Forum (town center of Rome)
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturus (verb) to flee
gladius, -i (m) sword
gladium stringere to draw a sword
gloria, -ae (f) fame, glory
gratia, -ae (f) gratitude, thanks
Gratias tibi ago! I thank you! Thank you!
habeo, -ere, -ui, -itus (verb) to have, hold
orationem habere to deliver a speech
hac this
huius (genitive of hic)
humi on the ground
iaceo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (verb) to lie, be lying down
immortalis, -is, -e immortal
lapis, lapidis (m) stone
ludi circenses chariot-racing
ludus, -i (m) school
lutum, -i (noun) mud
mappa, -ae (f) napkin
meta, -ae (f) mark, goal, turning post
metus, -us (m) fear
Mons Vesuvius, Montis Vesuvii (m) Mount Vesuvius (a volcano in southern Italy)
mulier, mulieris (f) woman
nisi (conj) unless, if...not, except
noceo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (+ dat) (verb) to do harm (to), harm
nonnumquam (adv) sometimes
media nox midnight
oculus, -i (m) eye
oppressus, -a, -um best, very good
oratio, orationis (f) oration, speech
orationem habere to deliver a speech
parvulus, -a, -um small, little
patronus, -i (m) patron
pervenio, pervenire, perveni, perventurus (verb) to arrive (at), reach
poeta, -ae (m) poet
postis, postis, (gen pl), postium (m) door-post
postridie (adv) on the following day
pradeo, praedonis (m) robber
prasinus, -a, -um green
propter (prep + acc) on account of, because of
quadratus, -a, -um squared
quintus, -a, -um fifth
debeo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (+ infin) ought
demonstro, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to show
desidero, -are, -avi, -atus (verb) to long for, miss
eo die on that day
domi at home
earum their
Eho! Alas!
eorum their
eruptio, eruptionis (f) eruption
excitatus, -a, -um wakenend, aroused
factio, factionis (f) company (of charioteers)
faveo, favere, favi, fauturus (+ dat) to give favor (to), favor, support
feriatus, -a, -um celebrating a holiday
Forum, -i (noun) the Forum (town center of Rome)
fugio, fugere, fugi, fugiturus (verb) to flee
gladius, -i (m) sword
gladium stringere to draw a sword
gloria, -ae (f) fame, glory
gratia, -ae (f) gratitude, thanks
Gratias tibi ago! I thank you! Thank you!
habeo, -ere, -ui, -itus (verb) to have, hold
orationem habere to deliver a speech
hac this
huius (genitive of hic)
humi on the ground
iaceo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (verb) to lie, be lying down
immortalis, -is, -e immortal
lapis, lapidis (m) stone
ludi circenses chariot-racing
ludus, -i (m) school
lutum, -i (noun) mud
mappa, -ae (f) napkin
meta, -ae (f) mark, goal, turning post
metus, -us (m) fear
Mons Vesuvius, Montis Vesuvii (m) Mount Vesuvius (a volcano in southern Italy)
mulier, mulieris (f) woman
nisi (conj) unless, if...not, except
noceo, -ere, -ui, -iturus (+ dat) (verb) to do harm (to), harm
nonnumquam (adv) sometimes
media nox midnight
oculus, -i (m) eye
oppressus, -a, -um best, very good
oratio, orationis (f) oration, speech
orationem habere to deliver a speech
parvulus, -a, -um small, little
patronus, -i (m) patron
pervenio, pervenire, perveni, perventurus (verb) to arrive (at), reach
poeta, -ae (m) poet
postis, postis, (gen pl), postium (m) door-post
postridie (adv) on the following day
pradeo, praedonis (m) robber
prasinus, -a, -um green
propter (prep + acc) on account of, because of
quadratus, -a, -um squared
quintus, -a, -um fifth
reditus, -us (m) return
russatus, -a, -um red
senatus, -us (m) Senate
sequens, sequentis following
servo, -are, -avi, -atus to save
si vis if you wish, please
sigmum, -i (noun) signal
sine (prep + abl) without
spectator, spectatoris (m) spectator
sterto, stertere, stertui (verb) to snore
stilus, -i (m) pen
strepitus, -us (m) noise, clattering
stringo, stringere, strinxi, strictus (verb) to draw
gladium stringere to draw a sword
sui, sibi, se, se himself, herself, oneself, itself, themselves
taberna, -ae (f) shop
tablinum, -i (noun) study
tantus, -a, -um so great, such a big
terra, -ae (f) earth, ground
tertius, -a, -um third
tumultus, -us (m) uproar, commotion
venetus, -a, -um blue
verbosus, -a, -um talkative
verto, vertere, verti, versus (verb) to turn
veto, vetare, vetui, vetitus (verb) to forbid
victor, victoris (m) conqueror, victor
videtur he/she/it seems
vinco, vincere, vici, victus (verb) to conquer, win
vinum, -i (noun) wine
si vis if you wish, please
Created by: rierei1971