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Latin Ecce II 52

Ecce Romani Vocabulary for Chapter 52

QuestionAnswer
caterva, -ae, f. crowd
matrona, -ae, f. married woman
prudentia, -ae, f. good sense, discretion, skill
consultum, -i, n. decree
ingenium, i, n. intelligence, ingenuity
cognomen, cognominis, n. surname (third name of a Roman)
interrogatio, interrogationis, f. questioning
mos, moris, m. custom, pl., character
patres, patrum, m. pl. senators
fides, fidei, good faith, reliability, trust
posterus, -a, -um next, following
praetextus, -a, -um wearing the toga praetexta
trepidans, trepidantis in a panic
enuntio, -are, -avi, -atus to reveal, divulge
praebeo, -ere, -ui, -itus to display, show, provide
urgeo, urdere, ursi to press, insist
ago, agere, egi, actus to do, drive; to discuss, debate
introeo, introire, introii or introivi, introiturus to enter
perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatus to report
profero, proferre, protuli, prolatus to carry forward, continue
dixit actum esse he said that there had been a debate
eo magis all the more
honoris causa for the sake of an honor, as an honor
ne quis that no one
placuit it was decided
potius quam rather than
utrum...an... whether...or...
Created by: asparcel