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Ecce Romani Chapter 5

Vocabulary from Ecce Romani chapter 5 with macrons
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if
diēs (diēī -m/f)
day (of the day)
calidus (-a, -um)
hot (warm)
in silvam
into the forest
ibi
there
rīvus (rīvī -m.)
the stream (of the stream)
frigidus (-a, -um)
cold (cool)
errō (errāre, errāvī, errātūrus)
I wander (to wander, I wandered, about to wander)
prope (+ accusative)
near (next to)
volō (velle, voluī(
I want (to want, I wanted)
vult
he wants (she/it wants)
īgnāvus (-a, -um)
cowardly (lazy)
respondeō (respondēre, respondī, responsūrus)
I reply (to reply, I replied, about to reply)
neque...neque...
neither nor
temerārius (-a, -um)
rash (wreckless)
lupus (lupī -m.)
wolf (of the wolf)
perterritus (-a, -um)
scared (terrified)
statim
immediately
Ferte auxilium!
Bring help!
ferō (ferre, tulī, lātus)
I bring (to bring, I brought, having been brought)
auxilium (auxiliī -n.)
help (of the help)
clāmor (clāmōris -m.)
shout (of the shout)
ad puellās
toward the girls
eōs
them (m.)
eum
him
petō (petere, petīvī, petītus)
I seek (to seek, I sought, having been sought)
arripiō (arripere, arripuī, arreptus)
I grab (to grab...)
repellō (repellere, repepulī, repulsus)
I drive off (to drive off...)
ē silvā
out of the forest
silva (silvae -f.)
forest (of the forest)
salvus (-a, -um)
safe
adveniō (advenīre, advēnī, adventūrus)
I arrive (to arrive, I arrived, about to arrive)
excipiō (excipere, excēpī, exceptus)
I welcome (to welcome...)
adhūc
still
timeō (timēre, timuī)
I fear (to fear, I feared)
Quem?
Whom? (singular accusative)
ego
I
nōlō (nōlle, nōluī)
I don't want (to not want, I didn't want)
parō (parāre, -āvī, ātus)
I prepare (to prepare...)
potest
he is able (she/it is able, can)
exeō (exīre, exīvī, exitūrus)
I go out (to go out, I went out, about to go out)