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134 terms

Ecce Romani 40 - 47 master vocabulary

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Babylōn, Babylōnis f
Babylon
Pyramus, ī m
Pyramus
virgō, virginis f
maiden
Thisbē, Thisbēs f
Thisbe
rīma, ae f
crack
ōsculum, ī n
kiss
cōnsilium, cōnsiliī n
plan
vultus, ūs m
face
vēlāmen, vēlāminis n
veil, shawl
spēlunca, ae f
cave
mūsculus, ī m
little mouse
circulus, ī m
a round figure
corpusculum, ī n
a little body
rīvulus, ī m
a little stream
tabernāculum, ī n
tent
rixor, ārī, rixātus sum
to quarrel
sentiō, sentīre, sēnsī, sēnsus
to feel, to notice
exprimō, ere, expressī, espressus
to press out, to express
valedīcō, valedīcere, valedīxī, valedictūrus
to say goodbye
aspergō, ere, aspersī, aspersus
to sprinkle, to splash, to spatter
prōgredr, prōgredī, prōgressus sum
to go forward, to advance
occīdō, occīdere, occidī, occīsus
to kill
perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditus
to destroy
polliceor, pollicērī, pollicitus sum
to promise
orr, orīrī, ortus sum
to rise
uterque, utraque, utrumque
each (of two), both
īnscius, īnscia, īnscium
not knowing
prius
first (of two), previous
moritūrus, a, um
about to die, intending to die, determined to die
minusculus, a, um
somewhat small
cōnsilium capere
to adopt a plan
ōre sanguine...aspersō
his mouth spattered with blood
nec
and...not
lūdus, ī (m)
school, game
pupa, ae (f)
doll
dōnum, ī (n)
gift
mūnera, mūnerum (n. pl.)
games
epigramma, epigrammatis (n)
epigram
imperator, imperātōris (m)
commander, emperor
putō, āre, āvī, ātus
to think
pareō, ēre, paruī (+dative)
to obey
abripiō, ere, abripuī, abreptus
to snatch away
laedō, ere, laesī, laesus
to harm
fiō, fierī, factus sum
to become, happen, be done, be made
spērō, āre, āvī, ātus
to hope
mālō, mālle, māluī
to prefer
cōnstat
it is agreed
pluit
it rains
conficiō, ere, confēcī, confectus
to accomplish, finish
contineō, ēre, continuī contentus
to confine, keep, hold
ambō, ambae, ambo
both
negōtiosus, a, um
busy
postremō
finally
ferē
almost, approximately
māturē
early
prō certō habēre
to be sure
num
surely...not (indicates a question expecting a negative response)
fūr, fūris (m)
thief
sella, ae (f)
sedan-chair, seat, chair
pavīmentum, ī (n)
tiled floor
surripiō, ere, surripuī, surreptus
to steal
prehendō, ere, prehendī, prēhensus
to seize
exsiliō, īre, exsiluī
to leap out
cōnfugiō, ere, cōnfūgī
to flee (for refuge)
subsequor, subsequī, subsecūtus sum
to follow up
lābor, lābī, lāpsus sum
to slip, fall
vestibulum, ī (n)
entrance passage
calor, calōris (m)
heat
casa, ae (f)
hut, cottage
pūgiō, pūgiōnis, (m)
dagger
senex, senis (m)
old man
follis, follis (m)
bag
digitus, ī (m)
finger
calvus, a, um
bald
indūtus, a, um
clothed
capillātus, a, um
long haired
unguō, ere, ūnxī, ūncttus
to anoint, smear with oil
dēfricō, āre, dēfricuī, dēfrictus
to rub down
tergeō, ēre, tersī, tersus
to dry, wipe
cognōscō, ere, cognōvī
to find out, learn
repetō, ere, repetīvī, repetītus
to pick up, recover
concrepō, āre, concrepuī
to snap (the fingers)
haud
not, by no means, not at all
quō
there, to that place
quō cum
there, to that place
contra (+accusative)
against
tēla, ae (f)
web, fabric
studium, ī (n)
enthusiasm, zeal
tālia, tālium (n., pl.)
such things
ventus, ī, (m)
wind
casa, ae (f)
hut, cottage
pūgiō, pūgiōnis, (m)
dagger
dīves, dīvites
rich
pauper, pauperis
poor
texō, ere, textuī, textus
to weave
coorior, coorīrī, coortus sum
to rise up, arise
ēvādō, ere, ēvasī, ēvāsus
to escape
adorior, adorīrī, adortus sum
to attack
resistō, ere, resstitī + dative
to resist
superō, āre, āvī, ātus
to overcome
convalēscō, ere, convaluī
to grow strong, get well
forās
outside
quantum
how much
clam
secretly
quoniam
since
scapha, ae (f)
small boat
vīlicus, ī (m)
overseer, farm manager
īrācundia, ae (f)
irritability, bad temper
poena, ae (f)
penalty punishment
studium, ī (n)
enthusiasm
verus, a, um
true
saevus, a, um
savage, fierce
quidquam
anything
crūdēlis, is, e
cruel
valeō, ēre, valuī
to be strong, be well
obsideō, ēre, obsēdī, obsessus
to besiege
dēsiliō, īre, dēsiluī
to leap down
audeō, ēre, ausus sum
(semi deponent + infinitive) to dare (to)
repellō, ere, reppulī, repulsus
to drive off, drive back
ignorō, āre, āvī, ātus
to be ignorant, not know
poenās dāre
to pay the penalty
obsecrō, āre, āvī, ātus
to beseech, beg
discō, ere, didicī
to learn
cupiō, ere, cupīvī, cupītus
to desire, want
rapiō, ere, rapuī, raptus
to snatch, seize
arcessō, ere, arcessīvī, arcessītus
to summon, send for
gaudeō, ēre, gāvīsus sum
to be glad, rejoice (semi-deponent)
soleō, ēre, solītus sum
to be accustomed to
prīmō
first, at first
inde
from there
quam prīmum
as soon as possible
immo
on the contrary
cum
since
cum prīmum
as soon as