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Ecce Romani 4

Chapter 4 Vocabulary from Ecce Romani

troublesome, annoying molestus, -a, -um
always semper
he/she annoys vexat
therefore igitur
he/she likes, loves amat
he/she sleeps dormit
he/she catches sight of conspicit
stealthily furtim
he/she approaches appropinquat
he/she climbs ascendit
big, great magnus, -a, -um
in a loud voice magna voce
he/she sees videt
a/the voice vox
he/she/it frightens terret
anxious, worried sollicitus, -a, -um
at that moment, then tum
come down, Sextus Descende Sexte!
you (as a subject) tu
you (as a direct object) te
nothing nihil
be careful cave!
a/the branch ramus, -i, m.
weak, shaky infirmus, -a, -um
crash, noise fragor, fragoris, m.
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