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CLC Unit 1: Stage 1-Stage 6 Vocabulary

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ātrium
reception hall
canis
dog
coquus
cook
cubiculum
bedroom
culīna
kitchen
est
is
fīlius
son
hortus
garden
in
in, on
labōrat
works, is working
māter
mother
pater
father
sedet
sits, is sitting
servus
slave
tablīnum
study, office
triclīnium
dining room
via
street, road
amīcus
friend (m.)
ancilla
slave-girl, slave-woman
cēna
dinner
cibus
food
dominus
master
dormit
sleeps
gustat
tastes
intrat
enters
laetus
happy
laudat
praises
mēnsa
table
mercātor
merchant
quoque
also, too
salūtat
greets
toga
long, draped garment
tunica
tunic
ad
to
bibit
drinks
circumspectat
looks around
clāmat
shouts
ecce!
see! look!
et
and
exit
goes out
exspectat
waits for
forum
forum, buisness center
iānua
door
īrātus
angry
leō
lion
magnus
big, large, great
nāvis
ship
nōn
not
portat
carries
respondet
replies
rīdet
laughs, smiles
salvē!
hello!
surgit
gets up, rises
taberna
store, shop, inn
videt
sees
vīlla
house
vīnum
wine
agit
does
negōtium agit
does business, works
ānulus
ring
cēra
wax, wax tablet
coquit
cooks
cūr?
why
ē
out of, from
ex
out of, from
ego
I
ēheu
alas! oh dear!
habet
has
inquit
says
iūdex: iūdicem
judge
mendāx: mendācem
liar
pecūnia
money
perterritus
terrified
poēta
poet
quaerit
searches for, looks for
quis?
who
reddit
gives back
satis
enough
sed
but
signum
sign, seal, signal
you
vēndit
sells
vocat
calls
adest
is here
adsunt
are here
agricola
farmer
ambulat
walks
audit
hears, listens to
clāmor: clāmōrem
shout, uproar
contendit
hurries
currit
runs
euge!
hurrah!
fābula
play, story
fābulam agit
acts in a play
fēmina
woman
hodiē
today
iuvenis:iuvenem
young man
meus
my, mine
multus
much
multī
many
optimus
very good, excellent, best
petit
heads for, attacks, seeks
plaudit
applauds, claps
puella
girl
senex:senem
old man
spectat
looks at, watches
stat
stands
turba
crowd
ubi?
where?
urbs:urbem
city
venit
comes
abest
is out, is absent
aberat
was out, was absent
avārus
miser, cheapskate
bonus
good
emit
buys
erat
was
ferōciter
fiercely, ferociously
festīnat
hurries
fortis
brave, strong
fūr:fūrem
thief
īnfāns:īnfantem
baby, child
intentē
intently
lībertus
freedman, freed ex-slave
ōlim
once, some time ago, in the past
parvus
small, little
per
through
postquam
after, when
pulsat
hits, punches, whacks
quod
because
rēs
thing
scrībit
writes
subitō
suddenly
superat
overcomes, overpowers
tum
then
tuus
your, yours
vituperat
finds fault with, tells off, criticizes