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Chapter 24 Vocabulary and Derivatives

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simulac
as soon as
advenerant
they had arrived
demonstrabo
I will show
moles, molis, molium
mass, huge bulk
viderat
he had seen
attonitus
astonished
clausus
shut, closed
ludi, ludorum
games
lego, legere, legi, lectus
to read
licet, licēre, licuit + dative case
it is allowed, it is permitted
liber, libri
book
Mons Palatinus, Montis Palatini
The Palatine Hill
arcus
arch
aedifico, aedificare, aedificavi, aedificatus
to build
aestu
from the heat
quem
which
redieritis
you will have returned
circumeo, circumire, circumivi, circumitus
to go around
occurro, occurrere, occurri, occursurus+ dative case
to meet, encounter
adventitious
associated with something by chance rather than as an integral part
demonstrate
to make evident or establish by arguments or reasonging, prove, to describe, explain or illustrate by examples
invidious
calculated to create ill will or resentment or give offense, hateful, offensively or unfairly discriminating
astonish
to fill with sudden and overpowering surprise or wonder, amaze
claustrophobia
abnormal fear of being in enclosed or narrow places
ludicrous
causing laughter because of absurdity, provoking or deserving derision, ridiculous, laughable
library
a place set apart to contain books, periodicals, and other material for reading
mountain
a natural element of Earth's surface rising more or less to a summit and having height greater than a hill-greater than 2000 feet
arch
a curved masonry construction for spanning an opening, consisting of a number of wedgelike stones, bricks or the like
edifice
a building, especially one of large size or imposing appearance
estuary
that part of the mouth or lower course of a river in which the river's current meets the ocean tide, an arm or inlet of the sea at the lower end of a river
circuitous
roundabout, not direct
occurrence
something that happens, event or incident
palace
a monarch's residence, a magnificent building