Ecce Romani II Chapter 28 and 29

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crines, crinium, m. pl.
hair
speculum, -i, n.
mirror
neglegenter, adv.
carelessly
vexatus, -a, -um
annoyed
in quibus
among whom
porcus, -i, m.
pig
cuius
whose
glis, gliris, gen. pl. glirium, m.
dormouse
sella, -ae, f.
sedan chair
pecto, pectere, pexi, pexus
to comb
vendo, vendere, vendidi, venditus
to sell
summa celeritate
with the greatest speed, as fast as possible
a servis ferebantur
were being carried by slaves
concurso
to run to and fro, run about
portatur
is (being) carried
delecto, -are, -avi, -atus
to delight, amuse
mendicus, -i, m.
beggar
elegantissimus, -a, -um
most elegant
adstantes, adstantium, m. pl.
bystanders
rixa, -ae, f.
quarrel
finis, finis, gen. pl. finium, m.
end
libertus, i, m
freedman
ipsius, gen. sing. of ipse, ipsa, ipsum
himself, herself, itself, themselves
fumus, -i, m.
smoke
recumbo, recumbere, recubui
to recline, lie down
aufugio, aufugere, aufugi
to run away, escape