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Latin Ecce II 48

Ecce Romani Vocabulary for Chapter 48

arena, -ae, f. sand, arena
deliciae, -arum, f. pl. delight
divitiae, -arum, f. pl. wealth, riches
hasta, -ae, f. spear
lanista, -ae, m. trainer
ludia, -ae, f. female slave attached to a gladiatorial school
pugna, -ae, f. fight, battle
tessera, -ae, f. ticket
turba, -ae, f. crowd; cause of confusion/turmoil
locarius, -i, m. scalper (a person who buys up seats and sells them for as high a price as he can get)
magister, magistri, m. school master, master, captain, trainer
meridiani, -orum, m. pl. midday fighters
saeculum, -i, n. age, era
suppositicius, -i, m. substitute
admiratio, admirationis, f. amazement
aequor, aequoris, n. sea
apparitor, apparitoris, m. public servant
cassis, cassidis, f. plumed metal helmet
cornicen, cornicinis, m. horn-player
furor, furoris, m. frenzy
milia, milium, n. pl. thousands
paria, parium, n. pl pairs
pulvinar, pulvinaris, n. imperial seat (at the games)
tremor, tremoris, m. cause of fright, terror
tridens, tridentis, gen. pl., tridentium, m. trident
tubicen, tubicinis, m. trumpet-player
voluptas, voluptatis voluptuary, pleasure, delight
aequoreus, -a, -um of/belonging to the sea
belliger, belligera, belligerum warlike
humanus, -a, -um human
languidus, -a, -um drooping
Martius, -a, -um connected with Mars (the god of war and combat)
obstupefactus, -a, -um stupefied, astounded
superbus, -a, -um proud, arrogant
timendus, -a, -um to be feared
universus, -a, -um the whole of, the entire
minax, minacis menacing
tot so many
acriter fiercely
alias at another time
ter three times
contra + acc. against, opposite, in front of, facing
iugulo, -are, -avi, -atus to kill, murder
reservo, -are, -avi, -atus to reserve
committo, committere, commisi, commissus to bring together
consisto, consistere, constiti to stand, halt, stop (literally "to stand together" (consist))
converto, convertere, converti, conversus to turn (around)
incedo, incedere, incessi to go in, march in
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensus to show, point out
circumspicio, circumspicere, circumspexi, circumspectus to look around
conicio, conicere, conieci, coniectus to throw, throw together; to figure out, guess (conjecture)
ferio, -ire to hit, strike, kill
tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus to lift raise
clamatum est there was shouting
credidissem I would have believed
nobis redeundum est we must return
pugnabatur the fighting went on
pugnam committere to join battle
Created by: asparcel