Latin 1 Chapter 10

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intereā

meanwhile

gerit

wears

iubet

(he/she) orders

alius

another, other

cista

trunk, chest

pōnere

to put, place

in itinere

on a journey

līberī

children

gerere solent

(they) are accustomed to wearing, usually wear

ipse

himself

stat

(he/she) stands

baculum

stick

habet

(he/she) holds

scelestus

wicked

crās

tomorrow

incitat

(he/she) spurs on, urges on

raeda

carriage

servus quīdam

a certain slave

iacit

(he/she) throws

parātus

ready

raedārius

coachman

equus

horse

eō ipsō tempore

at that very moment

parāre

to prepare

habēre

to have, hold

mittere

to send

arripiō

I snatch

cōnspiciō

I catch sight of

excipiō

I welcome

faciō

I make/do

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