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23 terms

Ecce Romani Ch. 14

STUDY
PLAY
culpa, ae (f.)
fault, blame
ars, artis (f.)
skill
commotus, a, um
moved
cūnctī (m. pl.)
all, all together
cūnctae (f. pl.)
all, all together
noster, nostra, nostrum
our
(adjective)
incolumis, is (m./f.)
unhurt, safe
celerrimē
very fast
(adverb)
frūstrā
(adverb)
in vain
(adverb)
placidē
gently, peacefully
cessō, āre, cessāvī
to stop, be idle, do nothing
interpellō, ere, interpellāvī, interpellātus
to interrupt
gaudeō, ēre
to rejoice, be glad
haereō, ēre, haesī
to cling, stick
accidit
it happens
(impersonal verb)
agō, ere, ēgī, āctus
to do, drive, act
concidō, ere, concidī
to fall down
dēvertō, ere, dēvertī, dēversus
to turn
extrahō, ere, extrāxī, extractus
to drag out
periculum, ī, n.
danger
cisium, ī, n.
light two-wheeled carriage
quod
which
(relative pronoun, neuter)
moveō, ēre, mōvī, mōtus
to move