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Chapter 13 Vocabulary

iter

journey

iter faciebant

(they) were traveling

tribus diebus

in three days

volebat

(he/she) wanted

identidem

again and again

iubebat

(he) ordered, kept oredering

virga, -ae, f.

stick

verberabat

(he) kept beating, whipping

ibant

(they) were going

rusticis,-i,m.

peasant

septimus

seventh

erat

(it) was

quiescebant

(they) were resting

pes, pedis, m.

foot

vehicula

vechicles

auriga, -ae,m.

charioteer

magno risu

with a loud laugh

fatuus

stupid

tabellarius,-i,m

courier

civis, civis, gen. pl., civium,m./f.

citizen

praeclarus

distinguished

ab ora, prep.+abl

from

pars, partis, gen. pl.

partium

Quam....!

How....!

ferociter

fiercely

Cave!

Watch out for.....!

vito, vitare

to avoid

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