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Latin 1 Unit 7

vocabulary: verbs, nouns, etc.

appetizer gustatio - eggs, shellfish, salad
drink mulsum - wine mixed with honey
main part of dinner fercula - consists of odd number of courses, fish, poultry, occasionally meat, main dish was in middle of series
dessert secunda mensa (second table) - served with the best wine, fruits, sometimes a pastry
between fercule and secunda mensa a pause for offerings to the gods
how they ate with their fingers, leaned back on left elbow, had spoon for soup
gate porta -ae f. portal
year annus -i m. annual
horse equus equi m. equine
sleep somnus -i m. somnitude
gift donum -i n. donate
wide, broad latus -a -um latitude
surpass, overcome, defeat supero -are insuperable
fly, move swiftly, speed, rush volo -are volatile
once upon a time olim
afterward, behind post
often saepe
through per acc. impermeable
after, behind, in back of post acc. postpone
and -que on end of the last pair
far and wide late longeque
Created by: jumpthemoon