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12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui
confugio, confugere, confugi
to steal
to seize
to leap out
to flee for refuge
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
to steal
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
to seize
Ecce Romani IIB Vocab Review
arēna, -ae (f.)
bēstia, -ae (f.)
cavea, -ae (f.)
dēliciae, -ārum (f. pl.)
sand, arena
beast
cage
delight
arēna, -ae (f.)
sand, arena
bēstia, -ae (f.)
beast
14 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 46
puto, are, avi, atus 1
ludus, i m 2
fere
postremo
to think, consider
school, game
adv almost approximately
adv finally
puto, are, avi, atus 1
to think, consider
ludus, i m 2
school, game
22 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45
virgo, virginis f 3
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
uterque, utraque, utrumque
rima, ae f 1
maiden, young woman
to quarrel
each (of two), both
crack
virgo, virginis f 3
maiden, young woman
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
to quarrel
12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui
confugio, confugere, confugi
to steal
to seize
to leap out
to flee for refuge
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
to steal
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
to seize
22 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45
virgo, virginis f 3
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
uterque, utraque, utrumque
rima, ae f 1
maiden, young woman
to quarrel
each (of two), both
crack
virgo, virginis f 3
maiden, young woman
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
to quarrel
21 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 53
vitta, ae f 1
myrtus, i f 2
laurus, i f 2
orno, are, avi, atus 1
ribbon
myrtle
bay (tree), laurel
to decorate
vitta, ae f 1
ribbon
myrtus, i f 2
myrtle
22 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45
virgo, virginis f 3
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
uterque, utraque, utrumque
rima, ae f 1
maiden, young woman
to quarrel
each (of two), both
crack
virgo, virginis f 3
maiden, young woman
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
to quarrel
16 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 46
puto, are, avi, atus 1
ludus, i m 2
fere
postremo
to think, consider
school, game
adv almost approximately
adv finally
puto, are, avi, atus 1
to think, consider
ludus, i m 2
school, game
14 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 46
puto, are, avi, atus 1
ludus, -i
fere
postremo
to think, consider
m. school, game
almost, approximately
finally
puto, are, avi, atus 1
to think, consider
ludus, -i
m. school, game
12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui
confugio, confugere, confugi
to steal
to seize
to leap out
to flee for refuge
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
to steal
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
to seize
14 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 46
puto, are, avi, atus 1
ludus, i m 2
fere
postremo
to think, consider
school, game
adv almost approximately
adv finally
puto, are, avi, atus 1
to think, consider
ludus, i m 2
school, game
22 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45
virgo, virginis f 3
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
uterque, utraque, utrumque
rima, ae f 1
maiden, young woman
to quarrel
each (of two), both
crack
virgo, virginis f 3
maiden, young woman
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
to quarrel
8 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44
surripiō, surripere, surripuī, surreptus
prehendō, prehendere, prehendī, prehēn…
exsiliō, exsilīre, exsiluī
cōnfugiō, cōnfugere, cōnfūgī
to steal
to seize
to leap out
to flee for refuge
surripiō, surripere, surripuī, surreptus
to steal
prehendō, prehendere, prehendī, prehēn…
to seize
12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui
confugio, confugere, confugi
to steal
to seize
to leap out
to flee for refuge
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
to steal
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
to seize
12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
exsilio, exsilire, exsilui
confugio, confugere, confugi
to steal
to seize
to leap out
to flee for refuge
surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus
to steal
prehendo, prehendere, prehendi, prehen…
to seize
25 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45
virgo, virginis f 3
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
uterque, utraque, utrumque
rima, ae f 1
maiden, young woman
to quarrel
each (of two), both
crack
virgo, virginis f 3
maiden, young woman
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
to quarrel
14 terms
Ecce Romani IIB- Ch 43
Campus Martius, i, m
Neroneus, a, um
quo
Quo cum
the Plain of Mars on the outskirts of Rome
of Nero
there, to that place
when...there
Campus Martius, i, m
the Plain of Mars on the outskirts of Rome
Neroneus, a, um
of Nero
22 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45
virgo, virginis f 3
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
uterque, utraque, utrumque
rima, ae f 1
maiden, young woman
to quarrel
each (of two), both
crack
virgo, virginis f 3
maiden, young woman
rixor, ari, atus sum 1
to quarrel
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 45: Pyramus and Thisbe
Babylōn, Babylōnis (f.)
Pȳramus, -ī (m.)
virgō, virginis (f.)
Thisbē, Thisbēs (f.)
Babylon
Pyramus
maiden
Thisbe
Babylōn, Babylōnis (f.)
Babylon
Pȳramus, -ī (m.)
Pyramus
25 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Ch. 45 Vocabulary
Babylon, -is (f.)
Pyramus, -i (m.)
Virgo, virginis (f.)
Thisbe, Thisbes (f.)
Babylon
Pyramus
Maiden
Thisbe
Babylon, -is (f.)
Babylon
Pyramus, -i (m.)
Pyramus
20 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 43 Vocab jackmiller
Campus Martius, i m 2
Neroneus, a, um
quo
vestibulum, i n 2
the outskirts of Rome
of Nero
there
entrance passage
Campus Martius, i m 2
the outskirts of Rome
Neroneus, a, um
of Nero
60 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Ch. 43 - 45 Vocabulary
Babylon, -is (f.)
Pyramus, -i (m.)
Virgo, virginis (f.)
Thisbe, Thisbes (f.)
Babylon
Pyramus
Maiden
Thisbe
Babylon, -is (f.)
Babylon
Pyramus, -i (m.)
Pyramus
16 terms
Ecce Romani IIB 48 & 49 deriv.
Converto
Tollo
Furor
Aceriter
Revert, convert, anniversary
Extol
Fury, furor
Acrid, acerbic, exacerbate, eager
Converto
Revert, convert, anniversary
Tollo
Extol
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 54 Exercise E Vocab
gens, gentis, gen. pl. gentium (f.)
aequor, aequoris (n.)
vectus, -a, -um
īnferiae, -ārum (f. pl.)
family, clan; pl, peoples
sea
having been carried, having traveled
offerings and rites to the dead
gens, gentis, gen. pl. gentium (f.)
family, clan; pl, peoples
aequor, aequoris (n.)
sea
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 52 Vocab: Papirius Praetextatus
mōs, mōris (m.)
posterus, -a, -um
ēnūntiō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
patrēs, patrum (m. pl.)
custom; pl., character
next, following
to reveal, divulge
senators
mōs, mōris (m.)
custom; pl., character
posterus, -a, -um
next, following
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44 Vocab: Stop Thief!
fūr, fūris (m.)
sella, -ae (f.)
surripiō, surripere, surripuī, surreptus
prehendō, prehendere, prehendī, prehēn…
thief
sedan-chair, seat, chair
to steal
to seize
fūr, fūris (m.)
thief
sella, -ae (f.)
sedan-chair, seat, chair
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 49 Vocab: Androcles and the Lion
admīrātiōnī esse
Androclēs, Androclis (m.)
quasi (adv.)
admīror, -ārī, -ātus sum
to be a source of amazement (to)
Androcles
as if
to wonder (at)
admīrātiōnī esse
to be a source of amazement (to)
Androclēs, Androclis (m.)
Androcles
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 53 Vocab: Cornelia's Wedding
vitta, -ae (f.)
myrtus, -ī (f.)
laurus, -ī (f.)
ōrnō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
ribbon
myrtle
laurel
to decorate
vitta, -ae (f.)
ribbon
myrtus, -ī (f.)
myrtle
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 51 Vocab: Marcus Comes of Age
pūrus, -a, -um
sūmere
līmen, līminis (n.)
nōnnūllī, -ae, -a
spotless, clean, plain white
to assume (i.e., put on for the first time)
threshold, doorway
some
pūrus, -a, -um
spotless, clean, plain white
sūmere
to assume (i.e., put on for the first time)
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 43 Vocab: At The Baths
Campus Mārtius, -ī (m.)
Nerōnēus, -a, -um
quō (adv.)
Quō cum
the Plain of Mars
of Nero
there, to that place
When...there
Campus Mārtius, -ī (m.)
the Plain of Mars
Nerōnēus, -a, -um
of Nero
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 50 Vocab: Nothing Ever Happens
sōl, sōlis (m.)
serēnus, -a, -um
avis, avis, gen. pl. avium (m./f.)
observō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
sun
clear, bright
bird
to watch, pay attention to
sōl, sōlis (m.)
sun
serēnus, -a, -um
clear, bright
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 54 Vocab: A Sad Occasion
hortor, -ārī, -ātus sum
lēvis, -is, -e
coxa, -ae (f.)
febris, febris, gen. pl. febrium (f.)
to encourage, urge
smooth
hipbone
fever
hortor, -ārī, -ātus sum
to encourage, urge
lēvis, -is, -e
smooth
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 47 Vocab: Looking Forward to the Games
negōtiōsus, -a, -um
prō certō habēre
mūnera, mūnerum (n. pl.)
spērō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
busy
to be sure
games
to hope
negōtiōsus, -a, -um
busy
prō certō habēre
to be sure
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 46 Vocabulary: A Rainy Day
putō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
lūdus, -ī (m.)
ferē (adv.)
postrēmō (adv.)
to think, consider
school, game
almost, approximately
finally
putō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to think, consider
lūdus, -ī (m.)
school, game
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 48 Vocab: A Day at the Colosseum
tot (indecl. adj.)
dēliciae, -ārum (f. pl.)
admīrātiō, admīrātiōnis (f.)
contrā (prep. +acc.)
so many
delight
amazement
against, opposite, in front of, facing
tot (indecl. adj.)
so many
dēliciae, -ārum (f. pl.)
delight
12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 44 Vocab: Stop Thief!
fūr, fūris (m.)
sella, -ae (f.)
surripiō, surripere, surripuī, surreptus
prehendō, prehendere, prehendī, prehēn…
thief
sedan-chair, seat, chair
to steal
to seize
fūr, fūris (m.)
thief
sella, -ae (f.)
sedan-chair, seat, chair
21 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 49 Vocab: Androcles and the Lion
admīrātiōnī esse
Androclēs, Androclis (m.)
quasi (adv.)
admīror, -ārī, -ātus sum
to be a source of amazement (to)
Androcles
as if
to wonder (at)
admīrātiōnī esse
to be a source of amazement (to)
Androclēs, Androclis (m.)
Androcles
21 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 49 Vocab: Androcles and the Lion
admīrātiōnī esse
Androclēs, Androclis (m.)
quasi (adv.)
admīror, -ārī, -ātus sum
to be a source of amazement (to)
Androcles
as if
to wonder (at)
admīrātiōnī esse
to be a source of amazement (to)
Androclēs, Androclis (m.)
Androcles
12 terms
Ecce Romani IIB Chapter 43 Vocab: At The Baths
Campus Mārtius, -ī (m.)
Nerōnēus, -a, -um
quō (adv.)
Quō cum
the Plain of Mars
of Nero
there, to that place
When...there
Campus Mārtius, -ī (m.)
the Plain of Mars
Nerōnēus, -a, -um
of Nero
19 terms
Ecce Romani II Ch 37 - Off to School
cotidie
ludus, i, m.
profisci
vereor
daily
school
to set out
I am afraid
cotidie
daily
ludus, i, m.
school
Ecce Romani II Chapter 37A: Off to School
cotīdiē
lūdus, lūdī, m.
proficīscī
vereor
daily, every day
school
to set out
I am afraid
cotīdiē
daily, every day
lūdus, lūdī, m.
school
Ecce Romani II Chapter 37B: Off to School
paedagōgus, paedagōgī, m.
ingressus est
ērudītus, ērudīta, ērudītum
ūtilis, ūtilis, ūtile
tutor
he entered
learned, scholarly
useful
paedagōgus, paedagōgī, m.
tutor
ingressus est
he entered
Ecce Romani IIA Chapter 37: Off To School
cotīdiē (adv.)
lūdus, -ī (m.)
castīgō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
Virgilius, -ī (m.)
daily, every day
school
to rebuke, reprimand
Virgil
cotīdiē (adv.)
daily, every day
lūdus, -ī (m.)
school
Ecce Romani II Chapter 37C: Off to School
cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus sum
moror, morārī, morātus sum
vereor, verērī, veritus sum
collābor, collābī, collāpsus sum
to try
to delay, remain, stay
to be afraid of, fear
to collapse
cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus sum
to try
moror, morārī, morātus sum
to delay, remain, stay
30 terms
Ecce Romani II, Off to School- XXXVII
cotīdiē, adv.,
lūdus, -ī, m.,
proficīscī
vereor
Daily, every day
school
To set out
I am afraid
cotīdiē, adv.,
Daily, every day
lūdus, -ī, m.,
school
18 terms
Hard Stuff of Ecce Romani Chapter One and Two
ubi
iam
dēfessa
saepe
where
now
tired
often
ubi
where
iam
now
25 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 37: Off to School
cotīdiē
lūdus, -ī, m.
proficīscī
vereor
adv.- daily, every day ... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s): coti…
school... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
to set out... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
I am afraid... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
cotīdiē
adv.- daily, every day ... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s): coti…
lūdus, -ī, m.
school... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
25 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 37: Off to School
cotīdiē
lūdus, -ī, m.
proficīscī
vereor
adv.- daily, every day ... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s): coti…
school... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
to set out... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
I am afraid... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
cotīdiē
adv.- daily, every day ... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s): coti…
lūdus, -ī, m.
school... Latin Synonym(s):... Derivative(s):
24 terms
Ecce Romani II Chapter 41, Roman School
texo, texere, texui, textus
discedo,discedere, discessi, discessurus
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus
respondeo, respondere, respondi, respn…
to weave
to depart
to snatch
to reply
texo, texere, texui, textus
to weave
discedo,discedere, discessi, discessurus
to depart
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