Ecce Romani Chapter 14 Vocab.

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concidō, concidere

to fall down

cūnctī

all

incolumis

unhurt, safe and sound

gaudeō, gaudēre

to be glad

cessō, cessāre

to be idle, to do nothing

extrahō, extrahere

to drag out

frūstra

adv., in vain

haereō, haerēre

to stick

moveō, movēre

to move

culpa

culpæ, f., fault, blame

tuā culpā

because of your fault, it's your fault that

cisium

light two-wheeled carriage

interpellō, interpellāre

to interupt

placidē

adv., gently, peacefully

quod

which

celerrimē

adv., very fast

noster

our

dēvertēbat

he began to turn aside

perīculum

danger

ars

artis, artium, f., skill

agō, agere

to do, drive

Tūne...spectābās?

Were you watching?

commōtus

moved

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