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Apuleius' Metamorphoses, 3.2.1-3.2.5, 3.2.7-9 (all words with macrons, minus Latin 101 vocab)

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admīrātiō -ōnis f.
admiration
angiportus -ūs m.
alley, narrow street
cavea -ae f.
hollow place; that part of the theater or circus which was occupied by the spectators
celeritās celeritātis f.
quickness
circumfundō -fundere -fūdī -fūsus
to pour around; to encompass
columna -ae f.
column
cōnsaepiō -īre -saepsī (no perf.)
to fence round, hedge in
dēiciō dēicere dēiēcī deīctum
to throw down, eject
dēnsitās -ātis f.
thickness, density
dēpendulus -a -um
hanging down
dīrumpō -rumpere -rūpī -ruptum
to break to pieces, shatter
fartim
by stuffing or cramming, closely, densely
fenestra -ae f.
window
implectō -plectere — -plexum
to twist
incēdō incēdere incessī incessus
to go, happen; proceed; walk (in a stately manner)
īnferus -a -um
low
īnsequor īnsequī īnsecūtus sum
to follow after, pursue
īnsistō -ere -stitī
to place one's self in or upon a thing; (w. dat.)
irruptiō -ōnis f.
an irruption
lacūnar āris n
a wainscoted and gilded ceiling, panel-ceiling, ceiled roof
līctor -ōris m.
a lictor
maestus -a -um
sad, depressing
medius -a -um
middle, in the middle, in half
ministerium -ī n.
service, ministry
mīrus -a -um
marvelous, wonderful
miscellāneus -a -um
mixed, miscellaneous
nimius -a -um
excessive
oblīquō oblīquāre oblīquāvī oblīquātus
to bend
occipiō -ere -cēpī -ceptus
to begin, commence
orchestra -ae f.
the area in front of the stage
passim
here and there
prōcurrō -ere -cucurrī (-currī) -cursus
to run forth or forward
prōrsum
forwards, in a straight line, directly
proscaenium -ī n.
proscenium
reniteō -ēre
to shine back, flash
rīsus -ūs m.
laughter; smile
sānē
reasonably
sēmicōnspicuus -a -um
half-visible
sistō sistere stitī status
to set up
stīpō stīpāre stīpāvī stīpātus
to tread down
trahō trahere trāxī tractus
to drag
victima -ae f.
an animal offered in sacrifice; a victim
vīsō vīsere vīsī vīsus
to look at
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