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Latin chs. 17&18

Vocab for the "celebration" (a.k.a. Test) on chapters 17&18

ūndecimus, -a, -um eleventh
caelum, n. sky
advesperāscit it gets dark
aedificium, n. building
caupōna inn
pernoctō, pernocatāre to spend the night
caupō, caupōnis, m. innkeeper
Graecus, -a, -um Greek
custodiō, custōdīre to guard
praecurrō, praecurrere to run ahead
homō, hominis, m. man
sē praecipitant (they) hurl themselves, rush
fugiō, fugere to flee
manum hand
hī canēs these dogs
modo, adv. only
cauda, -ae, f. tail
appāruit (he) appeared
obēsus, -a, -um fat
revocāvit (he) called back
pernoctāvērunt (they) have spent the night
ōlim, adv. once (upon a time)
lēgātus, m. envoy (messenger)
Quid agis? how are you?
Mehercule! By Hercules! Goodness me!
nisi errō unless I am mistaken
agnōscō, agnōscere to recognize
doleō, dolēre to be sad
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