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Chapter 16 Vocabulary from Ecce Romani

Here is a list of the vocabulary AND derivatives from Chapter 16 of Ecce Romani
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nonus
ninth
taedēre
to bore
aperire
to open
pila
ball
volle
to want to
visne...
do you want to...
pilā ludere
to play with the ball
eam
her, it
excipere
to welcome, to catch
excipio
I welcome, I catch
alter....alterum
the one...the other
iocus
joke
per iocum
as a joke
ferire
to hit
ferio
i hit
vertere
to turn
carissima
dearest
animus
mind
in animō habēre
to have in mind
relinquere
to leave behind
itaque
and so, therefore
hospe, hospitis
guest
de+ ablative case
about
illa
she
ut
as
scire
to know
mortuus
dead
nobiscum
with us
noon
midday
nonagenerian
a person whose age is in the 90s
tedium
the quality or state of being tedious
tedious
tiresome because of length or dullness, boring
aperient
gently moving (opening) the bowels- a laxative
aperitif
an alcoholic drink taken before a meal as an appetizer
pill
a usually medicinal or dietary preparation in a round form to be swallowed whole
volition
the power of choosing or determing, will
delude
to mislead the mind or judgment of, deceive or trick
allude
to make indirect reference to, refer
conclude
to bring to an end in a particular way
prelude
an introductory performance, action, or event preceding or preparing for the more important matter
postlude
a closing piece of music at a church service or event, a closing phase of a literary work
interlude
an intervening or interruptive period, space or event, a usually short play
elude
to avoid adroitly, to escape the perception, understanding or grasp of
illusion
the act of deceiving, a misleading image presented to the vision
exception
a case to which a rule doesn't apply
except
apart from, aside from
alteration
the act or process of altering
alternative
one of 2 or more things, courses, or propositions to be chosen
alter
to make different without changing into something else
alternate
occurring or succeeding by turns
joke
something said or done to provoke laughter
jocular
given to jesting, habitually jolly
jocose
given to joking, merry
interfere
to enter into or take part in the concerns of others
avert
to turn away or aside in avoidance
revert
to come or go back to a former condition, period or subject
convert
to bring over from one party or belief to another
covert
not openly shown, engaged in or avowed, veiled
subvert
to overturn or overthrow from the foundation
invert
to reverse in position, order or relationship
overt
open to view. manifest
pervert
to cause to turn aside from what is good, true or morally right
cherish
to hold dear, feel or show affection for
charity
aid given to those in need, benevolent good will or love toward humanity
animus
a basic attitude or governing spirit
animated
full of vigor and spirit, lively
animosity
ill will or resentment tending toward hostility
maganimous
showing or suggesting a lofty or courageous spirit
reliquary
a container or shrine in which sacred relics are kept
relinquish
to withdraw or retreat from, leave behind
relic
an object esteemed or and venerated because of association with a saint or martyr
hospitable
given to generous and cordial reception of guests
hospital
a charitable institution for the needy, aged, infirm, or young
hostel
a supervised institutional residence usually for young people
hospice
a facility or program designed to provide a caring environment for meeting the emotional and physical needs of the terminally ill
nescient
lack of knowledge or awareness, ignorant
sciolism
a superficial show of learning
prescient
foresight, foreknowledge of events
omniscient
all knowing
science
the state of knowing
mortuary
of or relating to the burial of the dead
moribund
being in the state of dying, approaching death
morbidity
the quality of state of being morbid, the rate of disease
mortal
causing or having caused death