28 terms

Ecce Romani ch. 18

Includes the vocabulary on pages 3, 4, and 6 of the Ecce Romani I-B textbook.
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praecurrō
praecurrere, to run ahead
homō
hominis, m, man
sē praecipitant
(they) hurl themselves, rush
fugiō
fugere, to flee
manum
hand
hī canēs
these dogs
modo
only
cauda
-ae, f, tail
appāruit
(he) appeared
obēsus
-a, -um, fat
revocāvit
(he) called back
pernoctāvērunt
(they) have spent the night
ōlim
once (upon a time)
lēgātus
-ī, m, envoy
Quid agis?
How are you?
Mehercule!
By Hercules! Goodness me!
nisi errō
unless I am mistaken
agnōscō
agnōscere, to recognize
doleō
dolēre, to be sad
brevis
-is, -e, short
omnis
-is, -e, all
immōbilis
-is, -e, motionless
incolumis
-is, -e, safe
quālis...?
-is, -e, What sort of...?
viātor
viātoris, m., traveler
vesperī
in the evening
fortis
-is, -e, strong, brave
olfaciō
olfacere, to smell, to sniff, to catch the sent of