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Latin Ecce II 36

Ecce Romani Vocabulary for Chapter 36

QuestionAnswer
Bithynia, -ae, f. Bithynia (province in Asia Minor)
Kalendae, -arum, f. pl. the Kalends (1st day of the month)
Nonae, -arum, f. pl. the Nones
Brundisium, -i, n. Brundisium
Brundisii in/at Brundisium
Brundisium to Brundisium
Brundisio from Brundisium
adulescens, adulescentis, m. young man, youth
consul, consultis, m. consul
Idus, Iduum, f. pl. the Ides
audax, audacis bold
tristis, -is, -e sad
Ianuarius, -a, -um of January
Februarius, -a, -um of February
Martius, -a, -um of March
Aprilis, -is, -e of April
Maius, -a, -um of May
Iunius, -a, -um of June
Iulius, -a, -um of July
Augustus, -a, -um of August
September, Septembris, Septembre of September
October, Octobris, Octobre of October
November, Novembris, Novembre of November
December, Decembris, Decembre of December
viginti twenty
huc here, to here
libenter gladly
pridie + acc. on the day before
rursus again
sane certainly, of course
-que, enclitic and
ante + acc. before
persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasus to make something (acc.), agreeable to someone (dat.), to persuade someone of something
condo, condere, condidi, conditus to found
a.d. iii Kal. Dec. = ante diem tertium Kalendas Decembres on November 29
Idibus Novembribus on November 13
Kalendis Novembribus on November 1
Nonis Novembribus on November 5
pridie Idus Octobres on October 14
conatus est (he) tried
moratus est he has stayed
proficiscetur (he/she) will set out
qui homines which/those men
quo celerius...eo celerius the faster... the faster...
regressus est he has returned
S. D. (salutem dicit) (he/she) sends greetings
S. P. D. (salutem plurimam dicit) (he/she) sends fondest greetings
secuti sunt (they) followed
sis = si vis if you wish, please
Created by: asparcel