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Latin Ecce II 39

Ecce Romani Vocabulary for Chapter 39

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Athenae, -arum, f. pl. Athens
Baiae, -arum, f. pl. Baiae
Cemona, -ae, f. Cremona (town in northern Italy)
Creta, -ae, f. Crete (large island southeast of Greece)
ferula, -ae, f. cane
Gallia, -ae, f. Gaul
Hispania, -ae, f. Spain
lingua, -ae, f. tongue, language
litterae, -arum, f. pl. letters, literature
Mantua, -ae, f. Mantua (town in northern Italy)
ora, -ae, f. shore
Thracia, -ae, f. Thrace (country northeast of Greece)
altum, -i, n. the deep, the sea
arma, -orum, n. pl. arms, weapons
Augustus, -i, m. Augustus (first Roman emperor)
bellum, -i, n. war
Delos, -i, f. (2nd declension) Delos (small island off the eastern coast of Greece)
deus, -i, nom. pl., di, dat., abl. pl., dis, m. god
fatum, -i, n. fate
fundus, -i, m. farm
Horatius, -i, m. Horace (Roman poet)
Latium, -i, n. Latium (the area of central Italy that included Rome)
Madiolanum, -i, n. Milan
oppidum, -i, n. town
Philippi, -orum, m. pl. Philippi
superi, -orum, m. pl. the gods above
verbum, -i, n. word, verb
Alpes Alpium, f. pl. the Alps
Carthago, Carthaginis, f. Carthage (city on the northern coast of Africa)
comes, comitis, m./f. companion
genus, generis, n. race, stock, nation
hiems, hiemis, f. winter
iuno, Iunonis, f. Juno (queen of the gods)
litus, litoris, n. shore
moenia, moenium, n. pl. city walls
procacitas, procacitatis, f. insolence
rus, ruris, n. country, country estate
Sidon, Sidonis, f. Sidon
solitudo, solitudinis, f. solitude
valetudo, valetudinis, f. health (good or bad)
domus, -us, f. house, home
abominandus, -a, -um detestable, horrible
aeger, aegra, aegrum ill
Albanus, -a, -um of Alba Longa (city founded by Aeneas' son, Ascanius)
Latinus, -a, -um Latin
Lavinius, -a, -um of Lavinium (name of the town first settled by Trojans in Italy)
profugus, -a, -um exiled, fugitive
saevus, -a, -um fierce, savage
territus, -a, -um frightened
memor, memoris remembering, mindful, unforgetting
septentrionalis, -is, -e northern
terribilis, -is, -e frightening
virilis, -is, -e of manhood
abhinc back from this point in time, ago, previously
ante previously, before
interdum from time to time
nusquam nowhere
post after(ward), later
sic thus, in this way
antequam before
ante + acc. before, in front of
ob + acc. on account of
post + acc. after
trans + acc. across
aegroto, -are, -avi, -aturus to be ill
dormito, -are, -avi to be sleepy
iacto, -are, -avi, -atus to toss about, drive to and fro
migro, -are, -avi, -aturus to move one's home
moneo, -ere, -ui, -itus to advise, warn
pareo, -ere, -ui, -iturus + dat. to obey
studeo, -ere, -ui + dat. to study
animadverto, animadvertere, animadverti, animadversus to notice
cano, canere, cecini, cantus to sing
expello, expellere, expuli, expulsus to drive out, expel
expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus sum to wake up
exterdo, extendere, extendi, extentus to hold out
nascor, nasci, natus sum to be born
omitto, omittere, omisi, omissus to leave, omit
vivo, vivere, vixi, victurus to live
morior, mori, mortuus sum to die
sepelio, sepelire, sepelivi, sepultus to bury
infero, inferre, intuli, inlatus to bring in
finem recitandi fecit (he) made an end of reciting, (he) stopped reciting
idem ac the same as
infirma...valetudine in poor health
interest it is important
in terram egressus having disembarked
multis post annis many years afterward
recitandi of reciting
rediens returning
toga virilis, togae virilis, f. toga of manhood, plain white toga
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