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CHAPTERS 18-21
NOUNS

cauda
tail
cena
dinner
culina
kitchen
fabula
story
Graecia
Greece
innocentia
innocence
pecunia
money
pirata
pirate
aurum
gold
crotalum
castanet
lectus
bed, couch
legatus
envoy
somnium
dream
somnus
sleep
corpus
body
felium
cat
homo
man
libertas
freedom
lux
light
miles
soldier
mors
death
mus
mouse
saltatrix
dancer
stercus
dung, manure
viator
traveler
ADJECTIVES

invitus
unwilling
malus
bad
medius
middle
narratus
told
obesus
fat
optimus
best, verygood
primus
first
sordidus
dirty
timidus
afraid
totus
all, the whole
fortis
brave, strong
omnis
all, the whole, every, each
VERBS

accusare
to accuse
adiuvare
to help
agnoscere
to recognise
appellare
to call, name
cantare
to sing
cenare
to dine, to eat dinner
cogitare
to think
devorare
to devour
dare
to give
errare
to wander, to be mistaken
explicare
to explain
laudare
to praise
lavare
to wash
narrare
to tell a story
necare
to kill
parare
to prepare, to get ready
praecipitare
to hurl
recuperare
to recover
saltare
to dance
simulare
to pretend
vigilare
to stay awake
docere
to teach
dolere
to be sad
habere
to have, to hold
iubere
to order, to bid
licet
it is allowed
(N.B. this verb has no infinitive - it can only be used in third person singular)
removere
to remove, move aside
respondere
to reply
ridere
to laugh, to smile
sedere
to sit
videre
to see
dicere
to say, to tell
ducere
to lead, to take, to bring
emere
to buy
extendere
to hold out
extrahere
to drag out, to take out
mittere
to send
petere
to look for, to seek, to head for, to aim at, to attack
ponere
to put, to place
praecurrere
to run ahead
relinquere
to leave behind
surgere
to get up, to rise
tremere
to tremble
capere
to take, to capture
conicere
to throw
conspicere
to catch sight of
effugere
to run away, to escape
fugere
to flee
iacere
to throw
inspicere
to examine
olfacere
to catch the scent of, to smell, to sniff
audire
to hear, to listen to
esurire
to be hungry
finire
to finish
invenire
to come upon, to find
obdormire
to go to sleep
punire
to punish
venire
to come
ire
to go
ferre
to bring, to carry
nolle
to be unwilling, not to wish, to refuse
posse
to be able
esse
to be
velle
to wish, to want, to be willing
PRONOUNS

cui
to whom
ei
to him/her/it
tibi
to you, for you
PREPOSITIONS

post
after
praeter
except
ADVERBS

antea
previously, before
attente
attentively, closely
certe
certainly
heri
yesterday
heri
yesterday
ita
thus, so, in this way
mane
early in the day, in the morning
modo
only
numquam
never
olim
once (upon a time)
paulisper
for a short time
sero
late
supra
above, on top
valde
very, very much, exceedingly
vehementer
very much, violently, hard
CONJUNCTIONS

enim
for
nisi
unless, if ... not, except
quod
because (with verbs of feeling, that)
INTERROGATIVE WORDS

quando
when
MISCELLANEOUS

animum recuperare
to regain one's senses
cubitum ire
to go to bed
Esto!
All right!
rem explicare
to explain the situation
hanc
this
hi
these
hic, haec, hoc
this
ille, illa, illud
that, he, she, it
latrans
barking
licet nobis
we are allowed, we may
manus
hand
media nox
midnight
Mehercule!
By Hercules! Goodness me!
melior
better
nihil mali
nothing of a bad thing, there is nothing wrong
prima luce
at dawn
Quid agis?
How are you?
rem explicare
to explain the situation
se praecipitare
to hurl oneself, to rush
se rogare
to ask oneself, to wonder
sonitus
sound
vesperi
in the evening
videtur
it seems
vir optime
sir
nonne ... ?
surely?, don't you?, isn't it?
CHAPTERS 22 TO 24

NOUNS

Curia
Senate House
habenae
reins
lectica
litter
turba
crowd, mob
gaudium
joy
lecticarius
litter-bearer
liber
book
ludi
games
mandatum
order, instruction
murus
wall
patruus
uncle
sepulcrum
tomb
homines
people
imber
rain
labor
work, toil
mercator
merchant
moles
mass, huge bulk
mons
mountain, hill
multitudo
crowd
orator
orator, speaker
pons
bridge
quies
rest
terror
terror, fear
attonitus
astonished, astounded
clausus
shut, closed
magnificus
magnificent
maximus
greatest, very great, very large
mirus
wonderful, marvelous, strange
nocturnus
happening during the night
Palatinus
Palatine Hill
rimosus
full of cracks, leaky
stultus
stupid, foolish
tantus
so great, such a big
vester
your
immemor
forgetful
ingens
huge
talis
such, like this, of this kind
virilis
of manhood
VERBS

aedificare
to build
demonstrare
to show
monstrare
to show
stare
to stand
visitare
to visit
admovere
to move toward
cavere
to be careful, to watch out for, to beware
licere
it is allowed
manere
to remain, to stay, to wait
movere
to move
stupere
to be amazed, to gape
agere
to do, to drive
ascendere
to climb, to climb into
cadere
to fall
colere
to cultivate
conducere
to hire
considere
to sit down
constituere
to decide
currere
to run
descendere
to come, to go down, to climb down
discedere
to go away, to depart
induere
to put on
legere
to read
occurrere
to meet
pluere
to rain
quiescere
to rest, to keep quiet
scribere
to write
sumere
to take, to take up, to pick out
tradere
to hand over
excipere
to welcome, to recieve, to catch
facere
to make, to do
advenire
to reach, to arrive
circumire
to go around
exire
to go out
redire
to return, to go back
PRONOUNS

Cuius ... ?
Whose ... ?
ei, eae, ea
they
eis
to them
quem
whom, which, that
extra
outside
intra
inside
supra
above
ADVERBS

bene
well
eo
there, to that place
hoc illuc
here and there, this way and that
illuc
there, to that place
interdiu
during the day, by day
primum
first, at first
satis
enough
undique
on all sides, from all sides
vix
scarcely, with difficulty
CONJUNCTIONS

at
but
atque
and, also
cum
when
simulac
as soon as
MISCELLANEOUS

aestus
hear
aquaeductus
aqueduct
arcus
arch
Cave!
Be careful! Watch out! Beware!
domo
from home
domum
homeward, home
domus
house
exstans
standing out, towering
satis temporis
enough time
se parare
to prepare oneself, to get ready
se quieti dare
to rest
strepitus
noise, clattering