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Ecce Romani 1 Ch 11

Ecce Romani I Chpt 11 vocabulary

area, areae, f. open space, threshing floor
dominus domini, m. = master
filia filiae, f. = daughter
filius filii, m. = son
frater fratris, m. = brother
ira irae, f. = anger
mater matris, f. = mother
nox noctis, f. = night
parens parentis, m/f = parent
pater patris, m. = father
porta portae, f. = gate
soror sororis, f. = sister
uxor uxoris, f. = wife
Via Appia Viae Appiae, f. = the Appian Way (ancient Roman road leading from Rome to Brundisium in s. Italy)
vilicus vilici, m. = overseer, farm manager
vir viri, m. = man
absum abesse/afui/afuturus = to be away, to be absent
celo (1) celare/celavi/celatus = to hide, conceal
effugio effugere/effugi/effugitus = to flee, run away, escape
impedio impedire/impedivi/impeditus = to hinder, impede
musso (1) mussare/mussavi/mussatus = to mutter
se celare (1) se celare/se celavi/se celatus = to hide (himself/herself/itself)
verbero (1) verberare/verberavi/verberatus = to beat
plenus plena, plenum = full
quamquam although
id quod that which
illa nocte that night, on that night (abl. time expression)
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