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Heus!
Hello, hi, hey
salvete
good morning/greetings
discipuli
pupils
magistra/magister
teacher
adsum
present (i'm here)
aegra
ill
considere
sit down
librus
book
contra
against
annus
year
obsido, obsidere
to besiege
dolus
a trick
nocte
at night
capio, capere
to capture
neco, necare
to kill
novus
new
navigare
to sail
senem
old man
deus
a god
servo, servare
to protect
parvus
small
filius
son
manus
hand
valde
very much
relinquo, relinquere
to leave (behind)
ubique
everywhere
frustra
in vain
fortasse
perhaps
servare
to save
vilicus
master
mangones
slave-dealers
fluvius, fluivii
river
pastor, pastoris
shepherd
casa, casae
hut, cottage
voco, vocare
to call
coniunx, coniugis
spouse, husband, or wife
repa, repae
bank
rem miram
a wonderful thing
tibi
to you
ostendo, ostendere
to show
multa
many things
geminus
twin
alo, alere
to feed, nourish
diligenter
carefully
lingua, linguae
tongue
lambo, lambare
to lick
noster
our
velut
just as
debemus
we ought
sine dubio
without a doubt
mirabilis
miraculous, wonderful
rex, regis (m.)
king
tertius, -a, -um
third
rego, regere
to rule
aut...aut
either...or
propinquus, propinqui (m.)
relative
consilium, -i (n.)
plan
consilium capere
to form a plan
cunctis Romanis
for all the Romans
inter (prep. + acc.)
between, among
miles, militis (m.)
soldier
trigeminus, -a, -um
triplet
vester, vestra, vestrum
your
hi...illis
these...those
pugnabunt
(they) will fight
proelium, -i (n.)
fight, battle
victor, victoris (m.)
conqueror, victor
bellum, -i (n.)
war
pro (prep.+abl.)
for, on behalf of
patria, -ae (f.)
nation, native land
reportabunt
(they) will bring back
delecto, delectare
to please
e Curiatiis
of the Curiatii
vulnus, vulneris (n.)
wound
accipio, accipere
to accept, recieve
tertius, -a, -um
third
neco, necare
to kill
contra (prep. + acc.)
against
vulneratus, -a, -um
wounded
magnis intervallis
with big gaps between them
hoc modo
in this way