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Latin vocab 8-10

vocab

QuestionAnswer
iam adv. now, already
Age!/Agite! come on!
vos you (pl)
nos we, us
excitare to rouse, wake (someone) up
intrat she enters
cubiculum bedroom
tempus time
deinde adv. then, next
celeriter adv. quickly
induit he puts on
iterum adv. again, a second time
mihi for me
sua her own
nemo no one
nulli no
ianitor doorkeeper
ad ianuam at the door
tacite adv. silently
temptat she tries
semisomna half-asleep
hic adv. here
Tace! be quiet!
Noli... excitare Don't wake... up
mecum with me
misera unhappy, miserable
nobis for us
discedere to go away
tuus you (singular)
vos omnes all of you
simul adv. together
nescio I do not know
secunda hora at the second hour
lacrimat he weeps
O me miseram! Poor me!
manere to remain, stay
Vale! Goodbye!
mitte send
promittis you promise
complexu in an embrace
tenet she holds
lacrimans weeping
abit he goes away
interea adv. meanwhile
gerit wears
iubet she orders
alius another, other
cista trunk, chest
ponere to put, place
in itinere on a journey
liberi children
gerere solent (they) are accustomed to wear, usually wear
ipse himself
stat he stands
via road
baculum stick
habet she has, holds
scelestus wicked
cras adv. tomorrow
incitat he spurs on, urges on
raeda carriage
servus quidam a certain slave
iacit she throws
paratus ready
raedarius coachman
equus horse
Ubi...? adv. where...?
eo ipso tempore at that very moment
Created by: ashelto