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Ecce Romani Chapters 13 & 14

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iter
journey
iter faciēbant
(they) were traveling
tribus diebus
in three days
volebat
wanted
identidem
again and again
iubebat
ordered, kept ordering
virga
stick
verberabat
kept beating, whipping
ibant
(they) were going
rusticus
peasant
septimus
seventh
erat
(it) was
quiescebant
(they) were resting
pes, pedis
foot
vehicula
vehicles
auriga
charioteer
magno risu
with a loud laugh
fatuus
stupid
tabellarius
courier
civis, civium
citizen
praeclarus
distinguished
ab
from
a
from
pars, partis, partium
part
Quam!
How!
ferociter
fiercely
Cave!
Watch out!
vito, vitare
to avoid
concido, concidere
to fall down
cuncti
all
incolumis
unhurt, safe and sound
gaudeō, gaudēre
to be glad
quod
that
cessō, cessāre
to be idle, do nothing
extrahō, extrahere
to drag out
frūstrā
in vain
haereō, haerēre
to stick
moveō, movēre
to move
caulpa
fault, blame
tuā culpā
because of your fault, it's your fault that
cisium
light two-wheeled carriage
interpellō, interpellāre
to interupt
placidē
gently, peacefully
quod
which
celerrimē
very fast
noster
our
dēvertēbat
he began to turn aside
perīculum
danger
ars, artis
skill
agō, agere
to do, drive
Tūne... spectābās?
were you watching/
commōtus
moved