Ecce Romani 40 - 47 master vocabulary

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Babylōn, Babylōnis f

Babylon

Pyramus, ī m

Pyramus

virgō, virginis f

maiden

Thisbē, Thisbēs f

Thisbe

rīma, ae f

crack

ōsculum, ī n

kiss

cōnsilium, cōnsiliī n

plan

vultus, ūs m

face

vēlāmen, vēlāminis n

veil, shawl

spēlunca, ae f

cave

mūsculus, ī m

little mouse

circulus, ī m

a round figure

corpusculum, ī n

a little body

rīvulus, ī m

a little stream

tabernāculum, ī n

tent

rixor, ārī, rixātus sum

to quarrel

sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsus

to feel, to notice

exprimō, ere, expressī, espressus

to press out, to express

valedīcō, valedīcere, valedīxī, valedictūrus

to say goodbye

aspergō, ere, aspersī, aspersus

to sprinkle, to splash, to spatter

prōgredr, prōgredī, prōgressus sum

to go forward, to advance

occīdō, occīdere, occidī, occīsus

to kill

perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditus

to destroy

polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum

to promise

orr, orīrī, ortus sum

to rise

uterque, utraque, utrumque

each (of two), both

īnscius, īnscia, īnscium

not knowing

prius

first (of two), previous

moritūrus, a, um

about to die, intending to die, determined to die

minusculus, a, um

somewhat small

cōnsilium capere

to adopt a plan

ōre sanguine...aspersō

his mouth spattered with blood

nec

and...not

lūdus, ī (m)

school, game

pupa, ae (f)

doll

dōnum, ī (n)

gift

mūnera, mūnerum (n. pl.)

games

epigramma, epigrammatis (n)

epigram

imperator, imperātōris (m)

commander, emperor

putō, āre, āvī, ātus

to think

pareō, ēre, paruī (+dative)

to obey

abripiō, ere, abripuī, abreptus

to snatch away

laedō, ere, laesī, laesus

to harm

fiō, fierī, factus sum

to become, happen, be done, be made

spērō, āre, āvī, ātus

to hope

mālō, mālle, māluī

to prefer

cōnstat

it is agreed

pluit

it rains

conficiō, ere, confēcī, confectus

to accomplish, finish

contineō, ēre, continuī contentus

to confine, keep, hold

ambō, ambae, ambo

both

negōtiosus, a, um

busy

postremō

finally

ferē

almost, approximately

māturē

early

prō certō habēre

to be sure

num

surely...not (indicates a question expecting a negative response)

fūr, fūris (m)

thief

sella, ae (f)

sedan-chair, seat, chair

pavīmentum, ī (n)

tiled floor

surripiō, ere, surripuī, surreptus

to steal

prehendō, ere, prehendī, prēhensus

to seize

exsiliō, īre, exsiluī

to leap out

cōnfugiō, ere, cōnfūgī

to flee (for refuge)

subsequor, subsequī, subsecūtus sum

to follow up

lābor, lābī, lāpsus sum

to slip, fall

vestibulum, ī (n)

entrance passage

calor, calōris (m)

heat

casa, ae (f)

hut, cottage

pūgiō, pūgiōnis, (m)

dagger

senex, senis (m)

old man

follis, follis (m)

bag

digitus, ī (m)

finger

calvus, a, um

bald

indūtus, a, um

clothed

capillātus, a, um

long haired

unguō, ere, ūnxī, ūncttus

to anoint, smear with oil

dēfricō, āre, dēfricuī, dēfrictus

to rub down

tergeō, ēre, tersī, tersus

to dry, wipe

cognōscō, ere, cognōvī

to find out, learn

repetō, ere, repetīvī, repetītus

to pick up, recover

concrepō, āre, concrepuī

to snap (the fingers)

haud

not, by no means, not at all

quō

there, to that place

quō cum

there, to that place

contra (+accusative)

against

tēla, ae (f)

web, fabric

studium, ī (n)

enthusiasm, zeal

tālia, tālium (n., pl.)

such things

ventus, ī, (m)

wind

casa, ae (f)

hut, cottage

pūgiō, pūgiōnis, (m)

dagger

dīves, dīvites

rich

pauper, pauperis

poor

texō, ere, textuī, textus

to weave

coorior, coorīrī, coortus sum

to rise up, arise

ēvādō, ere, ēvasī, ēvāsus

to escape

adorior, adorīrī, adortus sum

to attack

resistō, ere, resstitī + dative

to resist

superō, āre, āvī, ātus

to overcome

convalēscō, ere, convaluī

to grow strong, get well

forās

outside

quantum

how much

clam

secretly

quoniam

since

scapha, ae (f)

small boat

vīlicus, ī (m)

overseer, farm manager

īrācundia, ae (f)

irritability, bad temper

poena, ae (f)

penalty punishment

studium, ī (n)

enthusiasm

verus, a, um

true

saevus, a, um

savage, fierce

quidquam

anything

crūdēlis, is, e

cruel

valeō, ēre, valuī

to be strong, be well

obsideō, ēre, obsēdī, obsessus

to besiege

dēsiliō, īre, dēsiluī

to leap down

audeō, ēre, ausus sum

(semi deponent + infinitive) to dare (to)

repellō, ere, reppulī, repulsus

to drive off, drive back

ignorō, āre, āvī, ātus

to be ignorant, not know

poenās dāre

to pay the penalty

obsecrō, āre, āvī, ātus

to beseech, beg

discō, ere, didicī

to learn

cupiō, ere, cupīvī, cupītus

to desire, want

rapiō, ere, rapuī, raptus

to snatch, seize

arcessō, ere, arcessīvī, arcessītus

to summon, send for

gaudeō, ēre, gāvīsus sum

to be glad, rejoice (semi-deponent)

soleō, ēre, solītus sum

to be accustomed to

prīmō

first, at first

inde

from there

quam prīmum

as soon as possible

immo

on the contrary

cum prīmum

as soon as

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