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Chapters 43-45 Vocab

Ecce Romani Book 2 Chapters 43-45 Vocab

QuestionAnswer
Balneae, -arum, f. PL. Baths
Lacrima, -ae, f. Tear
Palaestra, -ae, f. Exercise Ground
Rima, -ae, f. Crack
Sella, -ae, f. Sedan Chair, Seat, Chair
Spelunca, -ae, f. Cave
Thermae, -arum, f., pl. Public Baths
Thermae Neroneae, -arum, f., pl. The Baths of Nero
Thisbe, Thisbes, f. Thisbe
SECOND DECLENSION NOUNS 2nd declension
Apodyterium, -i, N. Changing-Room
Caldarium, -i, N. Hot Rooms (At Baths)
Campus Martius, -i, M. The Plain of Mars on the outskirts of Rome
Consilium, -i, N. Plan
Consilium Capere To Adopt a Plan
Digitus, -i, M. Finger
Frigidarium, -i, N. Cold Rooms (At Baths)
Harpastum, -i, N. Heavy Hand Ball
Linteum, -i, N. Towel
Osculum, -i, N. Kiss
Palus, -i, M. Post
Pavimentum, -i, N. Tiled Floor
Pyramus, -i, M. Pyramus
Terpidarium, -i, N. Warm Room (At Baths)
Trigon, Trigonis, M. Ball Game involving three people, Ball (used in this game)
Unguentum, -i, N. Ointment, Perfume, Oil
Vestibulum, -i, N. Entrance Passage
3RD DECLENSION NOUNS 3rd declension
Babylon, Babylonis, F. Babylon
Calor, Caloris, M. Heat
Follis, Follis, Gen. PL., Follium Bag
Fur, Furis, M. Thief
Leo, Leonis, M. Lion
Senex, Senis, M. Old Man
Strigilis, Strigilis, Gen. PL., Strigilium, F. Strigil, Scraper
Vapor, Vaporis, M. Steam
Velamen, Velaminis, N. Veil, Shawl
Virgo, Virginis, F. Maiden
4TH DECLENSION NOUNS 4th declension
Vultus, -us, M. Face, Expression
ADJECTIVES adjectives
1ST AND 2ND DECLENSION 1 and 2 declension
Calvus, -a, -um bald
Capillatus, -a, -um with long hair
indutus, -a, -um clothed
inscius, -a, -um, not knowing
Neroneus, -a, -um Of Nero
Ridiculus, -a, -um Absurd, Laughable
Sanguineus, -a, -um blood stained
Uterque, Utraque, Utrumque each (of two), both
Varius, -a, -um Different, various, varied
3RD DECLENSION 3rd declension
Communis, -is, -e common
Prior, prior, prius, gen., prioris First (of two, Previous
VERBS verb
1ST CONJUGATION 1st
Concrepo, Concrepare, concrepui To snap (the fingers)
defrico, defricare, defricui, defrictus to rub down
2ND CONJUGATION 2nd
Exerceo, -ere, -ui, -itus to exercise, train
Tergeo, tergere, tersi, tersus to dry, wipe
3RD CONJUGATION 3rd
aspergo, aspergere, aspersi, aspersus to sprinkle, splash, spatter
Ore sanguine asperso his mouth spattered with blood
Cognosco, Cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus to find out, learn
exprimo, exprimere, expressi, expressus to press out, express
occido, occidere, occidi, occisus to kill
perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditus to destroy
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehensus to seize
repeto, repetere, repetivi, repetitus to pick up, recover
unguo, unguere, unxi, unctus to anoint, smear with oil
valedico, valedicere, valedixi, valedicturus to say goodbye
3RD CONJUGATION -IO -io
confugio, confugere, confugi to flee for refuge
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus to steal
4TH CONJUGATION 4th
convenio, convenire, conveni, conventurus to come together, meet, assemble
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui to leap out
sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus to feel, notice
DEPONENT VERBS deponent
1ST CONJUGATION 1ST CONJUGATION
luctor, luctari, luctatus sum to wrestle
rixor, -ari, -atus sum to quarrel
2ND CONJUGATION 2ND CONJUGATION
polliceor, polliceri, pollicitus sum to promise
3RD CONJUGATION 3RD CONJUGATION
labor, labi, lapsus sum to slip, fall
subsequor, subsequi, subsecutus sum to follow (up)
3RD CONJUGATION -IO 3RD CONJUGATION -IO
progredior, progredi, progressus sum to go forward, advance
4TH CONJUGATION 4TH CONJUGATION
orior, oriri, ortus sum to rise
PREPOSITION PREPOSITION
contra + acc. against
ADVERBS ADVERBS
haud not
prope near, nearby
quo there, to that place
secreto secretly
CONJUGATION CONJUGATION
nec and...not
MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS
exeamus let us go out
me custode with me on guard, while I am on guard
noctu at night
pecunia data with his money having been given, after paying his entrance fee
quibus verbis auditis with which words having been heard, when they had heard this
vino sumpto with wine having been taken, after a drink of wine
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