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Ecce Romani 43 SALT

Ecce Romani Chapter 43 vocabulary SALT

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therma, -ae public bath
balnea, -ae private bath
apodytērium changing room
caldārium hot or steam bath room
tepidārium warm bath room
frīgidārium cold bath room
harpastum a heavy ball used in a game of snatching, perhaps similar to rugby
trīgon, trīgonis, m. 1. a game of catching and throwing a ball with three people 2. the ball used in the game
lūctor, lūctārī, lūctatus sum to wrestle
pālus a post used for fencing
unguentum oil
strigilis, strigilis, strigilium, f. a metal tool used to remove excess oil from the skin
linteum towel
Campus Mārtius, -ī, m. the Plain of Mars on the outskirts of Rome
Nerōnēus, -a, -um of Nero
quō (adv.) there, to that place
Quō cum when … there
pecūniā datā lit. “when his money having been given”, or after paying
vestibulum, -ī, n. entrance or entrance passage
exerceō, -ēre, -uī, itus to exercise, train
calor, calōris, m. heat
haud (adv.) not
vīnō sūmptō with wine having been taken, after a drink of wine
contrā (prep. + acc.) against
unguō, unguere, ūnxī, ūnctus to annoint, smear with oil
dēfricō, dēfricāre, dēfricuī, dēfrictus to rub down
tergeō, tergēre, tersī, tersus to dry, wipe
cognōscō, cognōscere, cognōvī, cognitus to find out, learn
senex, senis, m. old man
calvus, -a, -um bald
indūtus, -a, -um clothed
capillātus, -a, -um with long hair
follis, follis, follium, m. bag
digitus, -ī finger
repetō, repetere, repetīvī, repetītus to pick up, recover
concrepō, concrepāre, concrepuī to snap (the fingers)
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