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23 terms

Ecce Romani Chapter 1

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Ecce! (interjection)
Look!
puella, puellae, f.
girl
nōmine (ablative of respect)
by name, called
quae (feminine nominative singular relative pronoun)
who
habitat
he, she, it lives, is living, does live
etiam (adv.)
also
vīlla (rūstica)
farmhouse, country house, country house and farm
ubi (conjunction)
where
aestāte (ablative of time when or time within which)
in summer, during the summer
laeta (feminine singular nominative adjective)
happy
quod (conjunction)
because
iam (adv.)
now
sub arbore (prepositional phrase showing place where)
under the/a tree
sedet
he, she, it sits, is sitting, does sit
et (conjunction)
and
legit
he, she, it reads, is reading, does read
altera (feminine singular nominative adjective)
the other, a second, another
vīcīna (feminine singular nominative adjective)
neighboring, nearby
dum (conjunction)
while
scrībit
he, she, it writes, is writing, does write
quis (masculine or feminine singular nominative interrogative pronoun)
who?
cūr (adverb)
why?
Quid facit...?
What is...doing? What does...do?