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Ecce Romani II - Vocabulary Chapters 28-42

Vocabulary for Chapters 28-42 * (no long marks) * verb sets in [brackets]
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crines, crinium
hair
speculum
mirror
neglegenter
carelessly
vexatus, -a, -um
annoyed
porcus, -i
pig
cuius
whose
glis, gliris, glirium
dormouse
[vendo, vendere, vendidi, venditus]
to sell
summa celeritate
with the greatest speed
portatur
is (being) carried
[delecto, delectare, delectavi, delectatus]
to delight, amuse
elegantissimus, -a, -um
most elegant
finis, finis, finium
end
libertus, -i
freedman
ipsius (gen sing of ipse, ipsa, ipsum)
of the man himself
[recumbo, recumbere, recubui]
to recline, lie down
[aufugio, aufugere, aufugi]
to run away, escape
fumus
smoke
insula, -ae
island, apartment building
vis (acc), vim (abl), vi
force, power, violence; amount
ac
and
incendium, -i
fire
incola, -ae
inhabitant, tenant
infirmus, -a, -um
weak, shaky, frail
fenestra, -ae
window
tam
so
parvus, -a, -um
small
paene
almost
[eicio, eicere, eieci, eiectus]
to throw out
[quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus]
to seek, look for, ask (for)
[opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressus]
to overwhelm
dubium, -i
doubt
paries, parietis
wall (of a house or room)
[commoveo, commovere, commovi, commotus]
to move, upset, stir up
optimus, -a, -um
best very good
lanius, -i
butcher
caro, carnis
meat
pretium, -i
price
quidem
indeed
umquam
ever, at any time
procax, procacsis
boldly disrespectful, insolent
autem
however, but
multus, -a, -um
much
pinguis, -is, -e
fat
[minuo, minuere, minui, minutus]
to lessen, reduce, decrease, diminish
denarius, -i
silver coin
immo
rather, on the contrary
lepus, leporis
hare (animal)
gratis
free, for nothing
recte
rightly, properly
vero
truly, really, in truth
[addo, addere, addidi, additus]
to add, to join
[accipio, accipere, accepi, acceptus]
to receive, get
[comparo, compare, compavi, compatus]
to buy, to obtain, to get ready
panis
bread
pullus
chicken
ovum, -i
egg
malum, -i
apple
circum, (prep + acc)
around
regnum
kingdom
ignis, ignium
fire
[coquo, coquere, coxi, coctus]
to cook
[affero, afferre, attuli, allatus]
to bring, bring to, bring in
[everto, evertere, everti, eversus]
to overturn, upset
[deicio, deicere, deieci, deiectus]
to throw down, to fall
[aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus]
to carry away, take away
[accumbo, accumbere, accubui, accubiturus]
to recline (at table; in lectis)
niger, nigra, nigrum
black
poculum, -i
cup, goblet
locus, -i
place
[edo, esse, edi, esus]
to eat
[compleo, complere, complevi, completus]
to fill
[irrumpo, irrumpere, irrupi, irruptus]
to burst in, to "erupt" into a situation
una
together
coquus, -i
a cook (person who does the cooking)
uva, uvae
grape, bunch of grapes
ceteri, ceterae, cetera
the rest (of), the other(s) [et cetera = etc.]
[scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus]
to cut, split, carve [scissors]
plus vini
more wine
et...et
both...and
[creo, creare, creavi, creatus]
to appoint
quam
than
prudenter
wisely, sensibly, prudently
nimis
too much
modus, -i
way, method
[sino, sinere, sivi, situs]
to allow
laetus, laetior, laetissimus
happy, happier, happiest
laetior quam...
happier than...
laetissimus omnium
happiest of all
prudentior quam...
wiser than...
prudentissimus omnium
wisest of all
brevis, brevior, brevissimus
short, shorter, shortest
felix, felicis
lucky
felicior, felicius
luckier
felicissimus (-issimus)
luckiest
miser, misera, miserum
unhappy, miserable
miserior, -ius quam...
unhappier than...
miserrimus, -a, -um (-rimus)
most unhappy, unhappiest, most miserable
celer, celeris, celere
swift, fast
celerior, -ius
faster
celerrimus, -a, -um (-rimus)
swiftest, fastest
fidelis, -is, -e
faithful, loyal
fidelior, fidelius quam...
more faithful than...
fidelissimus, -a, -um (-issiumus)
most faithful
facilis, -is, -e
easy
facilior, facilius quam...
easier than...
facillimus (-limus)
easiest
collis, collis, collium
hill [French = Les collines]
deus, -i, di
god
vulnus, vulneris
wound
[ligo, ligare, ligavi, ligatus]
to bind up, to tie together
[credo, credere, credidi, creditus] + DATIVE
to trust, believe, find credible
timor, timoris
fear
tergum, -i
back, rear
pronus, -a, -um
face down
summus, -a, -um
greatest, very great [summa cum laude]
gravis, -is, -e
heavy, serious
[percutio, percutere, percussi, percussus
to strike [percussion = instruments that one strikes]
[corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus]
to seize, grab
[adimo, adimere, ademi, ademptus] + DATIVE
to take away (from)
ignavus, -a, -um
lazy
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful
-que
and
huc
here, to here
adulescens, adulescentis
young man, adolescent
libenter
gladly
rursus (adv.)
again
sane (adv.)
certainly, of course
conatus est
(he) tried
tristus, -is, -e
sad
[persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persuasus]
to persuade, to make something agreeable to someone
cotidie
daily, every day
ludus, -i
school
[castigo, castigare, castigavi, castigatus]
to scold, nag, rebuke, reprimand, to castigate
grammaticus, -i
secondary school teacher
vel (conj.)
or
paedagogus, -i
tutor
eruditus, -a, -um
learned, scholarly
utilis, -is, -e
useful
[praefero, praeferre, praetuli, praelatus]
to carry (something - ACC.) in front of (something else - DAT.)
paulum, -i
a small amount, a little
mensis
month
discipulus, -i
pupil, student
annus
year
ruina, ruinae
collapse, ruin
[navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatus ]
I sail, to sail, I have sailed, having been sailed
terra, terrae
earth, ground, land
mare, maris, mari, marium
sea (la mer)
tempestas, tempestatis
storm
navis, navium
ship
regina, reginae
queen
[obsideo, obsidere, obsedi, obsessus]
to besiege, to surround with hostile forces
[incendo, incendere, incendi, incensus]
to burn, set on fire
[patior, pati, passus, passus sum]
to suffer, to endure
[deleo, delere, delevi, deletus]
to destroy, to delete
verbum, -i
word, verb
sic
thus, in this way
comes, comitis
companion, comrade (friend)
antequam (conj.)
before
nusquam (adv.)
nowhere
[moneo, monere, monui, monitus]
to advise, to warn, to admonish, to caution against
[pareo, parere, parui, pariturus] + DATIVE
to obey
[extendo, extendere, extendi, extentus]
to hold out, to extend
[valeo, valere, valui, valiturus]
to be strong, to be well
[desilio, desilire, desilui,]
to leap down
[audeo, audere, ausus sum] (semi-deponent + inf)
to dare (to)
[repello, repellere, reppuli, repulsus]
to drive off, drive back, to repel [insect repellent]
[ignoro, ignare, ignavi, ignatus]
to be ignorant, to not know
dum (conj.)
since
crudelis, -is, -e
cruel
cum primum (conj.)
as soon as
poena, poenae
punishment, penalty
[obsecro, obsecrare, obsecravi, obsecratus]
to beg for urgently, to beseech
quam primum (adv.)
as soon as possible
[disco, discere, didici]
to learn, to be taught
[rapio, rapere, rapui, raptus]
to snatch, to seize
[arcesso, arcessere, arcessivi, arcessitus]
to summon, to send for
studium, -i
enthusiasm
foras (adv.)
outside
Quantum...! (adv.)
How much...!
talia, talium
such things
[texo, texere, texui, textus]
to weave, to make textiles [textiles = woven cloth]
[discedo, discedere, discessi, discessurus]
to go away, to depart
discessisse (perfect active infinitive)
to have departed
[Inde abhinc tres dies discessisse dicitur = He is said to have departed from there 3 days ago]
ventus, -i
wind
unda, undae
wave
magister, magistri
schoolmaster, master, captain
dives, divitis
rich
[evado, evadere, evasi, evasus]
to escape, to evade
[adorior, adoriri, adortus sum]
to attack, to rise up against
[resisto, resistere, restiti] + DATIVE
to resist
[supero, supare, supavi, supatus]
to overcome, to surpass
pauper, pauperis
poor [pauvre]
casa, casae
hut, cottage
clam (adv.)
secretly
quoniam (conj.)
since
[convalesco, convalescere, convalui]
to get better, to grow stronger, to recover, to get well, to convalesce
quidam. Homo quidam
A certain. A certain man
Quis...?
Who...?
Quid...?
What...?
quod
because
Quam..!
How...!