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Ecce Romani 33

Ecce Romani vocabulary chapter 33

QuestionAnswer
mulsum, -i, n. wine sweetened with honey
gustatio, gustationis, f. hors d'oeuvres, appetizers
niger, nigra, nigrum black
boletus, -i, m., mushroom
liquamen, liquaminis, n. garum (a sauce made from fish used to season foods)
aspersus, -a, -um sprinkled
res urbanae affairs of the city/town
pestilentia, -ae, f. plague
ferculum, -i, n. dish, tray
poculum, -i, n. cup, goblet
locus, -i, m. place
popina, -ae, f. eating-house, bar
edo, esse, edi, esus to eat
compleo, complere, complevi, completus to fill
irrumpo, irrumpere, irrupi, irruptus to burst in
iratissimus, -a, -um most/very angry
de porcum datum est some pork was given
frustum, -i, n. scrap
una together (as one, from unus, una, unum)
ceteri, -ae, -a the rest, the others
Euge Hurray!
coquus, -i, m., cook
secundae mensae the second course, i.e., dessert
uva, -ae, f., grape or bunch of grapes
pirum, -i, n., pear
passum, -i, n., raisin-wine
scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus to cut, split or carve
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