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tumultus, -us m.
commotion, uproar
quondam,
one day, once
ille, illa, illud
that one
teneo, -ere, tenui, tentum
hold
tabernarius, -i m.
shopkeeper
plurimus, -a, -um
very many
sentio, -ire, sensi, sensum
feel, notice
melius (comp. of bene)
better
pars, partis f.
part
trivium, -i n.
crossroad
obsto, -are, obstiti
stand in the way of (takes the dative)
sollicitudo, sollicitudinis f.
anxiety
casa, -ae f.
small house
nosco, -ere, novi, notum
know
periculum, -i n.
danger
fenestra, -ae f.
window
forte
by chance
accipio, -ere, accepi, acceptum
receive, accept
extra
outside (takes the acc.)
infestus, -a, -um
hostile
oppugno, -are, -avi, -atum
attack
effringo, -ere, effregi, effractum
break down
irrumpo, -ere, irrupi, irruptum
burst in
circumvenio, -ire, -veni, -ventum
surround
recipio, -ere, recepi, receptum
keep back, receive, recover
direptus, -a, -um
torn apart
defendo, -ere, defendi, defensum
defend
vir,-i m.
man
quidam, quaedam, quiddam
certain
gemitus, -us m.
groan
doctissimus, -a, -um
very well educated
monumentum, -i n.
monument
mi dulcissime
my good man
quid...agis?
how are you?
garriens (garrio)
chattering
coepio, -ere, coepi, coeptum
begin
susurro, -are, -avi, -atum
whisper
auris, -is f.
ear
loquax, loquacis
talkative: loquacior (comp.)
psittacus,-i m.
parrot
obstinatus, -a, -um
obstinate, stubborn: obstinatior (comp.)
cella, -ae f.
sanctuary
caput, capitis n.
head
canistrum, -i n.
basket
enim
for
opportune
just at the right time
hora, -ae f.
hour
quartus, -a, -um
fourth
ara, -ae f.
altar
facio, -ere, feci, factum
make, do
soleo, -ere
be accustomed
ridens
laughing (pres. act. participle) from rideo
ehem
well, well
silentium, -i n.
silence
denique finally,
at last
miraculum, -i n.
miracle
Iudaei
Jews
Syri
Syrians
Serapis the god
Serapis
gemma, -ae f.
jewel, gem
merx, mercis f.
goods, merchandise
transeo, transire, -ivi or -ii, -itum
cross
sericae
silk
eburneus, -a, -um
ivory
dentes
tusks
latro, latronis m.
robber
insidia, -ae f.
ambush
acriter
keenly, fiercely
relinquo, -ere, reliqui, relictum,
leave
in desertis
in the desert
monstrum, -i n.
monster
ala, -ae f.
wing
unguis, unguis m.
fingernail, claw
recta
directly, straight
descendo, -ere, descendi, descensum
climb down descendens (pres. act. participle) climbing down
nidus, -i m.
nest
praeruptus, -a, -um
steep
cumulus, -i m.
pile
lapis, lapidis m.
stone
fulgeo, -ere, fulsi, fulsum
shine fulgens (pres. act. participle) shining
Arabs
Arabian
Arabia
Arabia
sicut pica
like a magpie
colligo, -ere, collegi, collectum
gather, collect
zona, -ae f.
belt
fortuna, -ae f.
fortune
saccus, -i m.
bag, purse
audax, audacis
bold, daring
dormiens
sleeping (pres. act. participle) from dormio
tergum, -i n.
back
cado, -ere, cecidi, casum
fall