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24 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 24
aedificō (1)
aestus, aestūs (m) (4th)
arcus, arūs (m) (4th)
attonitus, -a, -um
to build
heat
arch
astonished
aedificō (1)
to build
aestus, aestūs (m) (4th)
heat
24 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 19
intrāvērunt
cēnō, cēnāre
cēna, -ae f.
vōbīs
they entered
to dine, to eat dinner
dinner
for you pl.
intrāvērunt
they entered
cēnō, cēnāre
to dine, to eat dinner
23 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 20
manserunt
post
medius a um
media nox
they stayed
prep.+acc. after
mid- middle of the night
midnight
manserunt
they stayed
post
prep.+acc. after
20 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 25
tumultus, -ūs m.
excitātus, -a, -um
dē omnibus rēbus
eho!
uproar, commotion [tumult]
wakened, aroused [excite]
about all things [omnibus, rebus]
hey! (or in pirate speak "ahoy there") [NONE]
tumultus, -ūs m.
uproar, commotion [tumult]
excitātus, -a, -um
wakened, aroused [excite]
34 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 21
somnus, -ī m.
somnium, -ī n.
animum recuperāre
sleep
to him
dream
to regain one's senses, wake up
somnus, -ī m.
sleep
to him
28 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 23
hūc illūc
lectīca, -ae f.
interdiū
stupeō, -ēre, -uī, ----
to here and to there [ille, illa, illud > illūc and Romance a…
litter [litter]
during the day [diurnal]
to be amazed, gape [stupefy]
hūc illūc
to here and to there [ille, illa, illud > illūc and Romance a…
lectīca, -ae f.
litter [litter]
14 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 18
praecurro, praecurrere
homo
fugio, fugere
manum
to run ahead
man
flee
hand
praecurro, praecurrere
to run ahead
homo
man
25 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 26
atrium
nisi
sine
custos, custodis
atrium, main room
unless, except
without
guard
atrium
atrium, main room
nisi
unless, except
16 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 2
quoque
sunt
amīcae
hodiē
also [tu quoque, a petty argument that involves turning thing…
(they) are [NONE]
friends [amicable]
today [hodiernal]
quoque
also [tu quoque, a petty argument that involves turning thing…
sunt
(they) are [NONE]
27 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 13
iter
iter faciēbant
tribus diēbus
volēbat
journey [itinerant]
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
within three days [tricycle, meridian]
he/she wanted [volunteer]
iter
journey [itinerant]
iter faciēbant
they were traveling, making a journey [itinerary, fact]
16 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 12
invenio, invenire, inveni, inventus
bonus, bona, bonum
convoco, convocare, convocavi, convoca…
rogo, rogare, rogavi, rogatus
to find
good
to call together
to ask
invenio, invenire, inveni, inventus
to find
bonus, bona, bonum
good
29 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 22
auxilium, -ī n.
raedārius, -ī m.
sē parāre
immemor, immemoris (+ gen.)
help [auxiliary]
coachman (raedāriō to the coachman) [epiraedium, a strap conn…
to prepare oneself, get ready [paring knife]
forgetful, unmindful [memory]
auxilium, -ī n.
help [auxiliary]
raedārius, -ī m.
coachman (raedāriō to the coachman) [epiraedium, a strap conn…
21 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 1
ecce!
puella
nōmine
quae
Look! [ecceity, the quality of being present]
girl ["Coenagrion puella," scientific name of the azure damse…
by name [nominate]
who [Quae, a level 38 NPC quest giver in WoW Arathi Highlands]
ecce!
Look! [ecceity, the quality of being present]
puella
girl ["Coenagrion puella," scientific name of the azure damse…
19 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 7
occupātus
labōrantēs
nūntius
salutat
busy
working people
messenger
she/he greets
occupātus
busy
labōrantēs
working people
16 terms
ecce romani, chapter 16
animus, animi (m)... (derivative: animate…
hospes, hospitis (m)... (derivative: hosp…
iocus, ioci (m)... (joke)
mortuus, a, um... (derivative: mortuary,…
mind
friend, host, guest
joke
dead
animus, animi (m)... (derivative: animate…
mind
hospes, hospitis (m)... (derivative: hosp…
friend, host, guest
10 terms
Ch 17 Ecce Romani
ūndecimus -a -um
caelum, -ī n.
advesperāscit, advesperāscere
aedificium, -ī n.
eleventh [undecimber, the 13th month in a year that usually h…
sky [celestial, Celeste]
it gets dark [Vespers, vespertine]
building [edifice]
ūndecimus -a -um
eleventh [undecimber, the 13th month in a year that usually h…
caelum, -ī n.
sky [celestial, Celeste]
20 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 15
exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exsp…
longus, longa, longum
diu
appareo, apparere, apparui, apparitus
to look out for
long
for a long time
to appear
exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exsp…
to look out for
longus, longa, longum
long
27 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 4
semper
igitur
amat
dormit
always
therefore
(he/she) likes, loves
(he/she) sleeps
semper
always
igitur
therefore
24 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 14
concidō, concidere
cūnctī, -ae, -a
incolumis
gaudeō, gaudēre
to fall down [coincide]
all [NONE]
unhurt [incolumity]
to be glad [gaudy]
concidō, concidere
to fall down [coincide]
cūnctī, -ae, -a
all [NONE]
16 terms
Ch 17 Ecce Romani
ūndecimus -a -um
caelum, -ī n.
advesperāscit, advesperāscere
aedificium, -ī n.
eleventh [undecimber, the 13th month in a year that usually h…
sky [celestial, Celeste]
it gets dark [Vespers, vespertine]
building [edifice]
ūndecimus -a -um
eleventh [undecimber, the 13th month in a year that usually h…
caelum, -ī n.
sky [celestial, Celeste]
Ecce Romani Chapter 6
nōndum
lūcet
surgit
per vīllam
not yet
it is light, it is day
(he/she) gets up, rises
through the country house
nōndum
not yet
lūcet
it is light, it is day
14 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 8
iam
Age!/Agite!
vōs
nōs
now, already
Come on!
you pl.
we, us
iam
now, already
Age!/Agite!
Come on!
25 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 10
intereā
gerit-->gero, gerere, gessi, gestus
iubet-->iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus
alius-->alius, alia, aliud
meanwhile
wears
(he/she) orders
another, other
intereā
meanwhile
gerit-->gero, gerere, gessi, gestus
wears
27 terms
Ch 16 Ecce Romani
nōnus
Sextum taedēbat
aperiō, aperīre
pila, -ae f.
ninth [nonagenarian]
it bored Sextus [tedium, tedious]
to open [aperture]
ball [pill, piles]
nōnus
ninth [nonagenarian]
Sextum taedēbat
it bored Sextus [tedium, tedious]
35 terms
Chapter 6 Vocabulary - Ecce Romani
nondum
lucet
surgit
per villam
not yet
it is light, it is day
he/she/it rises, gets up
through the country house
nondum
not yet
lucet
it is light, it is day
46 terms
Chapter 5 Vocabulary - Ecce Romani
si
dies
calidus
in silvam
if
day
warm
into the woods
si
if
dies
day
24 terms
Chapter 3 Vocabulary - Ecce Romani
puer
qui
eadem
in horto
they boy
who
the same
into the garden
puer
they boy
qui
who
22 terms
Ecce Romani - Chapter 3
puer
qui
eadem
in horto
boy
who
the same
in the garden
puer
boy
qui
who
34 terms
Ecce Romani
nondum
dum
non iam
iam
not yet
while
no longer
already
nondum
not yet
dum
while
24 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 31
cachinnus, cachinni (m)
optimus, optima, optimum
lanius, lanii (m)
caro, carnis (f)
laughter
best, very good, excellent
butcher
meat
cachinnus, cachinni (m)
laughter
optimus, optima, optimum
best, very good, excellent
Ecce Romani Chapter 5
si
dies
in silvam
ibi
if
day
in the woods
there
si
if
dies
day
24 terms
Ecce Romani
interea
gerit
iubet
alius
meanwhile
wears
orders
another, other
interea
meanwhile
gerit
wears
21 terms
Ecce Romani
occupatus
laborantes
spectare
nuntius
busy
working
to watch
messenger
occupatus
busy
laborantes
working
32 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 9
sua
nemo
nulli
ianitor
her own
no one, nobody
no, none
doorkeeper, janitor
sua
her own
nemo
no one, nobody
21 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 3
fēmina
amīcus
puer
servus
fēminae (plural)... woman
amīcī (plural)... friend (masculine)
puerī (plural)... boy
servī (plural)... slave
fēmina
fēminae (plural)... woman
amīcus
amīcī (plural)... friend (masculine)
15 terms
Ecce Romani Chapter 3
Boy
Man
Slave
Angry
Puer
Vir
Servus
Īrātus
Boy
Puer
Man
Vir
21 terms
ecce romani
quae
etiam
ubi
quod
who
also
where
because
quae
who
etiam
also
26 terms
Ecce, Romani
Iam
Age!/Agite!
Vōs
Nōs
Now, already
Come on!
You (plural)
We, us
Iam
Now, already
Age!/Agite!
Come on!
26 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 2
hodiē
lentē
nōn
nōn iam
today
slowly
not
no longer
hodiē
today
lentē
slowly
17 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 24
liber
lūdī
labor
mōlēs
librī, m. 2... book
lūdōrum, m. 2... games
labōris, m. 3... work, toil, exertion
mōlis, f. 3, gen pl mōlium... mass, bulk
liber
librī, m. 2... book
lūdī
lūdōrum, m. 2... games
Ecce Romani Ch 28
sella
porcus
crīnēs
pulcher
sellae, f. 1... sedan chair
porcī, m. 2... pig
crīnium, m. 3... hair
pulchra, pulchrum... beautiful, handsome
sella
sellae, f. 1... sedan chair
porcus
porcī, m. 2... pig
17 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 30
fenestra
incola
īnsula
dubium
fenestrae, f. 1... window
incolae, m. 1... inhabitant, tenant
īnsulae, f. 1... island; apartment building
dubiī, n. 2... doubt
fenestra
fenestrae, f. 1... window
incola
incolae, m. 1... inhabitant, tenant
319 terms
Ecce Romani
ecce
puella
nōmine
quae
Look
(a/the) girl
by name, called, named
who
ecce
Look
puella
(a/the) girl
38 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 9
iānua
iānitor
miser
nūllus
f. 1... door
m. 3... doorkeeper
misera... unhappy, miserable, wretched
nūlla... no, not any
iānua
f. 1... door
iānitor
m. 3... doorkeeper
23 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 22
mandātum
patruus
sepulcrum
mercātor
mandātī, n. 2... order, instruction
patruī, m. 2... uncle
sepulcrī, n. 2... tomb
mercātōris, m. 3... merchant
mandātum
mandātī, n. 2... order, instruction
patruus
patruī, m. 2... uncle
26 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 6
observat
adiuvat
portat
cūrat
observant, observāre... watch
adiuvant, adiuvāre... help
portant, portāre... carry
cūrant, cūrāre... look after, take care of
observat
observant, observāre... watch
adiuvat
adiuvant, adiuvāre... help
29 terms
Ecce Romani - Chapter 4
molestus
semper
vexat
igitur
troublesome, annoying
always
annoys
therefore
molestus
troublesome, annoying
semper
always
28 terms
Chapter 4 Vocabulary - Ecce Romani
molestus
semper
vexat
igitur
troublesome, annoying
always
he/she/it annoys
therefore
molestus
troublesome, annoying
semper
always
23 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 35
deus
tergum
collis
timor
deī, m. 2... god
tergī, n. 2... back
collis, m. 3, gen pl collium... hill
timōris, m. 3... fear
deus
deī, m. 2... god
tergum
tergī, n. 2... back
33 terms
Ecce Romani Ch 27
curriculum
mulier
meus
tuus
curriculī, n. 2... racetrack
mulieris, f. 3... woman
mea, meum... my
tua, tuum... your (singular)
curriculum
curriculī, n. 2... racetrack
mulier
mulieris, f. 3... woman
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