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simulac
as soon as
moles
mass, huge
clausus
shut, closed
ludi -orum
games
liber
book
aestu
from the heat
occuro
to meet
interdiu
during they day
turba
crowd
gaudium
joy
illud
that
atque
and, also
sepulcrum
tomb
intra
inside
vester
your
mandatum
an order
ingens
huge
prima luce
at dawn
simulo
to pretend
sero
late
invitus
unwilling
petere
to seek
invenire
to come upon
dicere
to say
somnus
sleep
ei
to him
malus
bad
supra
above
mane
in the morning
adiuvare
to help
paulisper
for a short time
Esto!
ALL RIGHT!
dum
while
cenare
to eat dinner
sordidus
dirty
melior
better
tibi
for you
esurire
to be hungry
valde
very much
praecurrere
to run ahead
praecipitant
they hurl themselves, rush
modo
only
cauda
tail
olim
once
legatus
envoy
Mehercule!
Goodness me!
nisi erro
unless i am mistaken
agnoscere
to recogize
dolere
to be sad
caelum
sky
advesperascere
to get dark
custodire
to guard
aperire
to open
eam
her,it
excipere
to welcome, recieve, catch
iocus
a joke, prank
ferire
to hit, strike
vertere
to turn
carissima
dearest
apud
with
vestigum
track, footprint, trace
onus, oneris
a load
diu
for a long time
procul
in the distance, far off
nubes, nubis
cloud
pulvis, pulveris
dust
illud
that
praeterea
besides
tantum
only
praeterire
to go past
cuncti
all
incolumis
unhurt
cessare
to be idle
frustra
in vain
culpa
fault, blame
placide
gently
ars, artis
skill
commotus
moved
identidem
again and again
virga
stick
quiescebant
they were resting
auriga
charioteer
fatuus
stupid
praeclarus
distinguished
vitare
to avoid
invenire
to find
convocare
to call together
ferre
to bring
olfacere
to catch the scent of
latrare
to bark
vilicus
overseer
plenus
tfull
quamquam
although
mussare
to mutter
ira
anger
IMPEDIRE
TO hinder
celare
to hide
interea
meanwhile
ipse
himslef
paratus
ready
eo ipso tempore
at that very moment
sua
her own
discedere
to go away
simul
together
manere
to remain