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Latin vocab 1-2-3

sedeo, sedere sits, is sitting, does sit
alter, altera, alterum second, another
lego, legere, legit reads, is reading, does read
vicinus, vicina, vicinum neighboring
nomen, nominis name
nomine named, by name
laetus, laeta, laetum happy
astetas, astetatis (in the) summer
villa country house
habito, habitare to live at/in
scribo, scribere, scribit writes, is writing, does write
puella girl
sunt (they)are
sed but
brevi tempore in a short time, soon
quoque also
tandem at last
hodie today
lente slowly
ad villam rusticam to/towards the country house w/farm
ex agris from/out of the fields
currit runs, is running, does run
strenua active, energetic
non iam no longer
defessa tired
ambulant (they) walk, are walking, do walk
in agris in the fields
amicae friends
gemit (he/she) groans
Abite, molesti! Go away, pests!
cadit falls, is falling, does fall
in piscinam into the fishpond
subito suddenly
iratus angry
solus alone
laborant (they) work, are working, do work
in villis rusticis in the country houses with farms
multi many
servus slave
vir man
rident (they)laugh, are laughing, do laugh/smile
clamant (they)shout, are shouting, do shout
in horto in the garden
eadem the same
qui who
puer boy
molestus troublesome, annoying
semper always
vexat he/she annoys
igitur therefore
amat he/she likes, loves
dormit he/she sleeps
conspicit he/she catches sight of
furtim stealthily
appropinquat he/she approaches
ascendit he/she climbs
magnus big, great
magna voce in a loud voice
audit he/she hears, listens to
videt he/she sees
vox a/the voice
terret he/she/it frightens
sollicita anxious, worried
tum at that moment, then
Descende, Sexte! Come down, Sextus!
tu you(subj.)
nihil nothing
te you(direct object)
Cave! Be careful!
ramus a/the branch
infirmus weak, shaky
fragor a/the crash, noise
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