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Latin Ecce II 34_

Ecce Romani Vocabulary for Chapter 34

QuestionAnswer
aranea, -ae, f. cobweb
corona, -ae, f. garland, crown
cura, -ae, f. care
hedera, -ae, f. ivy
rosa, -ae, f. rose
apium, -i, n. parsley
convivium, -i, n. feast, banquet
cyathus, -i, m. small ladle, measure (of wine)
fritillus, -i, m. cylindrical box
merum, -i, n. undiluted wine
modus, -i, m. way, method
sacculus, -i, m. small bag (used for holding money)
tali, -orum, m. pl. knucklebones
unguentum, -i, n. ointment, perfume
amor, amoris, m. love
canis, canis, m./f. dog; the lowest throw of the knucklebones
comissatio, comissationis, f. drinking party
Cupido, Cupidinis, m. Cupid (son of Venus)
flos, floris, m. flower
Hercules, Herculis, m. Hercules (Greek hero)
sal, salis, m. salt, wit
senio, senionis, m. the six (in throwing knucklebones)
Venus, Veneris, f. (the goddess of love); the highest throw of the knucklebones
nil nothing
candidus, -a, um white, fair-skinned, beautiful
ebrius, -a, um drunk
foedus, -a, um filthy, disgusting
merus, -a, um pure
pauci, -ae, -a few
pessimus, -a, um worst
venustus, -a, um charming
abstinens, abstinentis + abl. refraining from
acer, acris, acre keen, bitter, sharp
brevis, -is, -e short
celer, celeris, celere fast, swift
difficilis, -is, -e difficult
dissimilis, -is, -e unlike, dissimilar
facilis, -is, -e easy
felix, felicis lucky, happy, fortunate
gracilis, -is, -e slender
humilis, -is, -e humble
prudens, prudentis wise, sensible
similis, -is, -e + gen. or dat. similar (to), like
suavis, -is, -e sweet, delightful
vetus, veteris old
contra in return
magis more
maxime most, very much
nimis too much
optime very well, excellently
paulatim gradually
prudenter wisely, sensibly
quam than
et...et both...and
seu = sive or if
-ve, enclitic or
corono, -are, -avi, -atus to crown
creo, -are, -avi, -atus to appoint
dono, -are, -avi, -atus to give
invoco, -are, -avi, -atus to invoke, call upon
misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtus to mix
placeo, -ere, -ui + dat. to please
posco, poscere, poposci to demand, ask for
sino, sinere, sivi, situs to allow
haurio, haurire, hausi, haustus to drain
fio, fieri, factus sum to become, be made, be done, happen
arbiter bibendi master of the drinking
collapsus est he collapsed
in dies every day, day by day
inquam I say
ne...quidem not even
plus vini more wine
quam celerrime as quickly as possible
Created by: asparcel