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Latin 7 Final - Ecce Romani IB
Homo, hominis m
Canis, canis m./f.
Lectus, lecti m.
Legatus, legati m.
man
Dog
bed/couch
Envoy
Homo, hominis m
man
Canis, canis m./f.
Dog
Latin Vocabulary Page 15 Ecce Romani IB
Sordidus, sordida, sordidum,
Rem explicare
Meloir
Tibi
Dirty
To explain the situation
Better
For you (singular)
Sordidus, sordida, sordidum,
Dirty
Rem explicare
To explain the situation
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 22
mandatum, -i, n.
patruus, -i, m.
sepulcrum, -i, n.
mercator, mercatoris, m.
order, instruction
uncle
tomb
merchant
mandatum, -i, n.
order, instruction
patruus, -i, m.
uncle
22 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae, f.
turba, -ae, f.
gaudium, -i, n.
quies, quiestis, f.
litter
crowd, mob
joy
rest
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
turba, -ae, f.
crowd, mob
15 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber, libri, m.
ludi, -orum, m.
attonitus, -a, -um
clausus, -a, -um
book
games
astonished, astounded
shut, closed
liber, libri, m.
book
ludi, -orum, m.
games
Ecce Romani, Chapter IB
because
now
under the tree
she/he sits, is sitting, does sit
quod
iam
sub arbore
sedet
because
quod
now
iam
Ecce Romani IB 18
homo, hominis
fugio, fugere
manum
modo
man
to flee
hand
only
homo, hominis
man
fugio, fugere
to flee
20 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
Ecce Romani IB/I
preacurro
homo
se praecipitant
fugio
to run ahead
man
hurl themselves
to flee
preacurro
to run ahead
homo
man
20 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 19
cena, -ae, f.
lectus, -i, m.
sordidus, -a, -um
tibi
dinner
bed
dirty
to/for you (sing.)
cena, -ae, f.
dinner
lectus, -i, m.
bed
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber, librī, m.
ludī, ludōrum, m.
attonitus, a, um
clausus, a, um
book
games
shocked
closed
liber, librī, m.
book
ludī, ludōrum, m.
games
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
38 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae, f.
turba, -ae, f.
gaudium, -i, n.
murus, -i, m.
litter
crowd, mob
joy
wall
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
turba, -ae, f.
crowd, mob
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
22 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 19
cena, -ae, f.
lectus, -i, m.
sordidus, -a, -um
tibi
dinner
bed
dirty
to/for you (sing.)
cena, -ae, f.
dinner
lectus, -i, m.
bed
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
15 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber, libri, m.
ludi, -orum, m.
attonitus, -a, -um
clausus, -a, -um
book
games
astonished, astounded
shut, closed
liber, libri, m.
book
ludi, -orum, m.
games
38 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae, f.
turba, -ae, f.
gaudium, -i, n.
murus, -i, m.
litter
crowd, mob
joy
wall
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
turba, -ae, f.
crowd, mob
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 22
mandatum, -i, n.
patruus, -i, m.
sepulcrum, -i, n.
mercator, mercatoris, m.
order, instruction
uncle
tomb
merchant
mandatum, -i, n.
order, instruction
patruus, -i, m.
uncle
22 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 19
cena, -ae, f.
lectus, -i, m.
sordidus, -a, -um
tibi
dinner
bed
dirty
to/for you (sing.)
cena, -ae, f.
dinner
lectus, -i, m.
bed
28 terms
Chapter 23 Ecce Romani IB
hūc illūc
lectīca, -ae
interdiū
stupeō, -ēre, -uī
this way and that
litter
during the day
to be amazed, gape
hūc illūc
this way and that
lectīca, -ae
litter
33 terms
Ecce Romani IB Chapter 21
Somnus, ī m., N.
Eī, PRON.
Animus recuperāre, V.
Malus, a, um, ADJ.
Sleep
To him/her
To wake up
Bad
Somnus, ī m., N.
Sleep
Eī, PRON.
To him/her
41 terms
Chapter 21 Ecce Romani IB
Punio, punire, punivi, punitus
Surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrecturus
Sum, esse, fui, futurus
Adiuvo, Adiuvare, adiuvi, adiuitus
to punish
to rise, arise, get up, stand up
To be
help
Punio, punire, punivi, punitus
to punish
Surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrecturus
to rise, arise, get up, stand up
15 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber, librī, m.
ludī, ludōrum, m.
attonitus, a, um
clausus, a, um
book
games
astonished
shut, closed
liber, librī, m.
book
ludī, ludōrum, m.
games
15 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber, libri, m.
ludi, -orum, m.
attonitus, -a, -um
clausus, -a, -um
book
games
astonished, astounded
shut, closed
liber, libri, m.
book
ludi, -orum, m.
games
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 22
mandatum, -i, n.
patruus, -i, m.
sepulcrum, -i, n.
mercator, mercatoris, m.
order, instruction
uncle
tomb
merchant
mandatum, -i, n.
order, instruction
patruus, -i, m.
uncle
15 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber, libri, m.
ludi, -orum, m.
attonitus, -a, -um
clausus, -a, -um
book
games
astonished, astounded
shut, closed
liber, libri, m.
book
ludi, -orum, m.
games
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
Latin Midterm - Ecce Romani
Ecce!
In
Pictura
Est, sunt
Look
In, into
Picture
Is, are
Ecce!
Look
In
In, into
18 terms
Latin Ecce Romani 19
intrávérunt
cénó, cénáre
céna, ae
vóbís
(they) entered
to dine, eat dinner
dinner
for you
intrávérunt
(they) entered
cénó, cénáre
to dine, eat dinner
36 terms
Ecce Romani IB Chapter 21
somnus, -i
ei
animum recuperare
nihil mali
m. sleep
to him
to regain one's senses, be fully awake
nothing of a bad thing, there is nothing wrong
somnus, -i
m. sleep
ei
to him
51 terms
Ecce Romani IB Chapter 25 All Terms
Tumultus
Excitatus, -a, -um
De omnibus rebus
Eho!
Uproar, commotion
Wakened, aroused
About everything
Hey!
Tumultus
Uproar, commotion
Excitatus, -a, -um
Wakened, aroused
20 terms
Ecce Romani IB Ch. 18
homō, hominis
fugiō, fugere
manum
modo
man
to flee
hand
only
homō, hominis
man
fugiō, fugere
to flee
14 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae, f.
gaudium, -i, n.
quies, quiestis, f.
maximus, -a, -um
litter
joy
rest
greatest, very great, very large
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
gaudium, -i, n.
joy
Latin Ecce Romani 1
auxilium
baculum
cisium
cubiculum
help
stick
light two wheeled carriage
room,bedroom
auxilium
help
baculum
stick
21 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
huc illuc
lectica, -ae, f.
stupeo, -ere, -ui
turba, -ae, f.
this way and that
litter
to be amazed, gape
crowd, mob
huc illuc
this way and that
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
38 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae, f.
turba, -ae, f.
gaudium, -i, n.
murus, -i, m.
litter
crowd, mob
joy
wall
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
turba, -ae, f.
crowd, mob
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 24
liber
ludi
attonitus
clausus
book
games
astonished, astounded
shut, closed
liber
book
ludi
games
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
25 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
19 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
20 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 19
cena, -ae, f.
lectus, -i, m.
sordidus, -a, -um
tibi
dinner
bed
dirty
to/for you (sing.)
cena, -ae, f.
dinner
lectus, -i, m.
bed
24 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae
turba, -ae
gaudium, -i
ducam
litter
crowd, mob
joy
I will take
lectica, -ae
litter
turba, -ae
crowd, mob
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 20
fabula, -ae, f.
miles, militis, m.
medius, -a, -um
narratus, -a, -um
story
soldier
mid-, middle of
told
fabula, -ae, f.
story
miles, militis, m.
soldier
38 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 23
lectica, -ae, f.
turba, -ae, f.
gaudium, -i, n.
murus, -i, m.
litter
crowd, mob
joy
wall
lectica, -ae, f.
litter
turba, -ae, f.
crowd, mob
26 terms
Ecce Romani IB-Chapter 19
cena, -ae, f.
lectus, -i, m.
sordidus, -a, -um
tibi
dinner
bed
dirty
to/for you (sing.)
cena, -ae, f.
dinner
lectus, -i, m.
bed
15 terms
Latin Ecce Romani 2
Quoque
Sunt
Hodie
Sed
Also
They are
Today
But
Quoque
Also
Sunt
They are
21 terms
Latin Adverbs Ecce Romani
strenue
celeriter
cras
deinde
strenously, hard
quickly
tomorrow
then, next
strenue
strenously, hard
celeriter
quickly
Latin Ecce Romani 19
intrávérunt
cénó, cénáre
céna, ae
vóbís
(they) entered
to dine, eat dinner
dinner
for you
intrávérunt
(they) entered
cénó, cénáre
to dine, eat dinner
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