Chapter 20 Vocabulary and Derivatives

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Here is a list of the Chapter 20 vocabulary and derivatives you are responsible for knowing from Ecce Romani Book I ENJOY!

manserunt

they stayed

post

after

medius

middle

media nox

midnight

Licetne nobis..?

is it permitted for us....?

paulisper

for a short time

esto

all right

misisti

you sent, you did send you have sent

mittere

to send

voluimus

we wanted

devorare

to devour

miles, militis

soldier

attente

attentively, carefully

vir optime

sir

optimus

very good

in hanc cauponam

in this inn

numquam

never

antea

before

dico, dicere

to say

illam

that famous

fabula

story

narratus

told

neco, necare

to kill

narro, narrare

to tell a story, narrate

manor

the mansion of a lord with the land belonging to it

remain

to stay in a place, to continue in the same state

mansion

a very large, impressive or stately residence

postpartum

after childbirth, partum-a bringing forth

postpone

to put off to a later time, defer

medium

a middle state or condition

equinox

the time when the sun crosses the plane of the earth's equator, making night and day of equal length. This occurs March 21 (vernal equinox) and Sept 22nd (autumnal equinox)

licentious

unrestrained by law or general morality, immoral

illicit

not permitted or authorized, unlawful, disapproved of or not permitted for moral reasons

license

formal permission from a government or other constituted authority to do something

submit

to give over or yield to the power or authority of another

devour

to swallow or eat up hungrily

military

of or relating to the armed forces, pertaining to soldiers

attentive

characterized by giving attention, observant

virile

manly, masculine, befitting a man

optimist

a person who tends to expect the best or see the best in things

optimal

the best or most favorable point, degree, etc.

cheap

costing very little, relatively low in price

anterior

situated before or at the front of, going before in time or sequence, preceding

dictionary

a book containing a selection of the words of a language, giving information about their meanings, pronunciations, derivations, etc.

fable

a short tale to teach a moral lesson, often using animals as characters, a story not founded on fact

fabulous

almost impossible to believe, incredible, exceptionally good or unusual, told about in fables

narrator

a person who gives an account or tells a story of events or experiences

necrophilia

an erotic attraction to corpses

internecine

mutually destructive, characterized by great slaughter, deadly, of or pertaining to great struggle or conflict within a group

necropolis

a cemetery, especialy one of large size, and usually of an ancient city, a historic or prehistoric burial ground

narrate

to give an account, to add a spoken commentary to

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