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Ecce
Look
puella
girl
nomine
by name, called
quae
who
habitat
lives, is living, does live
etiam
also
villa
country house
villa rustia
country house and farm
ubi
where
aestate
in summer
laeta
happy
quod
because
iam
now
sub arbore
under the tree
sedet
sits, is sitting, does sit
et
and
legit
reads, is reading, does read
altera
a second
vicina
neighboring
dum
while
scribit
writes, is writing, does write
quoque
also
sunt
(they) are
amicae
friends
hodie
today
sed
but
in agris
in the fields
ambulant
walk, are walking, do walk
brevi tempore
in a short time, soon
defessa
tired
non iam
no longer
strenua
active, energetic
currit
runs, is running, does run
tandem
at last
ex agris
from/out of the fields
ad villam rusticam
to/toward the country house and farm
lente
slowly
eiud
her
saepe
often
puer
boy
qui
who
eadem
the same
in horto
in the garden
clamant
shout, are shouting
rident
laugh, are laughing, smile
vir
man
servus
slave
multi
many
in villis rusticis
in country houses
laborant
work, are working
solus
alone
iratus
angry
subito
suddenly
in piscinam
into the fishpond
cadit
falls
Abite, molesti!
Go away, you pests!
gemit
groans
-ne
(indicates a question)
Minime!
No!
Ita vero!
Yes!
vir
man
servus
slave
multi
many
in villis rusticis
in country houses
laborant
work, are working
solus
alone
iratus
angry
subito
suddenly
in piscinam
into the fishpond
cadit
falls
Abite, molesti!
Go away, you pests!
gemit
groans
-ne
(indicates a question)
Minime!
No!
Ita vero!
Yes!
tunica
tunic
stola
floor-length strapped dress without sleeves
palla
single piece of material drpaed over the shoulders, around the body, or over the head
toga pura
plain white toga
toga virilis
toga of manhood
toga praetexta
toga with purple border worn by high government officials
bulla
locket containing an amulet or charm to ward off evil
Lares and Penates
household gods
soleae
simple sandals
molestus
troublesome, annoying
semper
always
vexat
annoys
igitur
therefore
amat
likes, loves
dormit
sleeps
conspicit
catches sight of
furtim
stealthily
appropinquat
approaches
ascendit
climbs
magnus
big, great
magna voce
in a loud voice
audit
hears, listens to
videt
sees
vox
voice
terret
frightens
sollicita
anxious, worried
tum
at that moment, then
Descende, Sexte!
Come down, Sextus!
tu
you (subject)
ninhil
nothing
te
you (direct object)
Cave!
Be careful!
ramus
branch
infirmus
weak, shaky
fragor
crash, noise
Qualis...?
What sort of...?
Quo...?
Where...to?
si
if
dies
day
calidus
warm
in silvam
into the woods
ibi
there
rivus
stream
frigidus
cool, cold
errant
wander
prope
near
vult
wishes, wants
ignavus
cowardly, lazy
respondet
replies
neque...neque...
neither...nor...
temerarius
rash, reckless
lupus
wolf
perterritus
frightened, terrified
statim
immediately
Ferte auxilium!
Bring help! Help!
eum
him
petit
looks for, seeks
arripit
grabs hold of, snatches
repellit
drives off
e silva
out of the woods
salvae
safe
adveniunt
reach, arrive
excipiunt
welcome
adhuc
still
timet
fears, is afraid
Quem...?
Whom...?
ego
I
volo
I wish, want
nolo
I do not wish
paras
you prepare, get ready
potest
is able, can
exire
to go out
nondum
not yet
lucet
it is light, it is day
surgit
gets up, rises
per villam
through the country house
pater
father
mater
mother
etiam
also, even
neque
and...not
tamen
however
ancilla
slave-woman
omnes
all
observat
watches
purgat
cleans
cibus
food
coquere
to cook
mox
soon, presently
strenue
strenuously, hard
aqua
water
portant
carry
reprehendit
blames, scolds
docet
teaches
curare
to look after, take care of
lanam trahunt
spin wool
omnia quae
everything that
adiuvare
to help
ipsa
she herself
nunc
now
necesse est
it is necessary
Qui...?
Who...? (plural)
vilicus
overseer
mangones
slave dealers
occupatus
busy
laborantes
working
occupatus
busy
spectant
watch, look at
nuntius
messenger
venit
comes
salutat
greets
Salve!
Hello!
inquit
says
meus
mu
ducit
leads, akes
tradit
hands over
Eheu!
Alas!
princeps
the emperor
ad urbem
to the city
revocat
recalls
consulere
to consult
redire
return
Eugepae!
Hurray!
ire
to go
Quos...?
Whom...? (plural)
epistulas
letters
area
open space
mare
sea
iam
now, already
Age!/Agite!
Come on!
vos
you
nos
we, us
excitare
to rouse, wake (someone) up
intrat
enters
cubiculum
room, bedroom
tempus
time
deinde
then, next
celeriter
quickly
induit
puts on
iterum
again, a second time
mihi
for me
paterfamilias
supreme head
familia
family
dominus
master
manus
full legal power - literally 'hand'
patria potestas
fatherly power
sua
her own
nemo
no on
nulli
no
ianitor
doorkeeper
ad ianuam
at the door
tacite
silently
temptat
tries
semisomna
half-asleep
hic
here
Tace!
Be quiet!
Noli... excitare!
Don't wake...up!
mecum
with me
misera
unhappy, miserab;e
nobis
for us
discendere
to go away
tuus
your
vos omnes
all of you
simul
together
nescio
I do not know
secunda hora
at the second hour
lacrimat
weeps
O me miseram!
Poor me!
manere
to remain, stay
Vale!
Goodbye!
mitte
send
promittis
you promise
complexu
in an embrace
tenet
holds
lacrimans
weeping
abit
goes away
festinat
hurries
alii...alli...
some...others...
interea
meanwhile
gerit
wears
iubet
orders
alius
another, other
cista
trunk, chest
ponere
to put, place
in itinere
on a journey
liberi
children
gerere solent
(they) are accustomed to wear(ing), usually wear
ipse
himself
stat
stands
via
road
baculum
stick
habet
holds
scelestus
wicked
cras
tomorrow
incitat
spurs on, urges on
raeda
carriage
servus quidam
a certain slave
iacit
throws
paratus
ready
raedarius
coachman
equus
horse
eo ipso tempore
at that very moment
Via Appia
The Appian Way
vilicus
overseer, farm manager
dominus
master
absum, abesse
to be away, be absent
area
open space, theshing floor
plenus
full
quamquam
although
musso, mussare
to mutter
verbero, verberare
to heat
id quod
that which, what
ira
anger
illa nocte
that night
effugio, effugere
to flee, run away, escape
impedio, impedire
to hinder
se celare
to hide (himself)
porta
gate
invenio, invenire
to find
bonus
good
convoco, convocare
to call together
rogo, rogare
to ask
vinea, -ae
vineyard
fossa, -ae
ditch
canis, canis
dog
fero, ferre
to bring, carry
olfacio, olfacere
to catch the scent of, smell
cum
with
latro, latrare
to bark
vestigia
tracks, footprints, traces
immobilis
motionless
tunica
by the tunic
traho, trahere
to drag
in fronte litteras inurere
to brand the letters on his forehead
Ubi...?
Where...?
Unde...?
From where...?
Quocum...?
Quicuscum...?
With whom...?
Quando...?
When...?
iter
journey
iter faciebant
were traveling
tribus diebus
in three days
volebat
wanted
identidem
again and again
iubebat
ordered, keep ordering
virga, -ae
stick
verberabat
kept beating, whipping
ibant
were going
rusticus, -i
peasant
septimus
seventh
erat
was
quiescebant
were resting
pes, pedis
foot
vehicula
vehicles
aurgia, -ae
charioteer
magno risu
with a loud laugh
fatuus
stupid
tabellrius, -i
courier
civis, civis, civium
citizen
praeclarus
distinguished
ab, a
from
pars, partis, partium
part
Quam...!
How...!
ferociter
fiercely
Cave!
Watch out for...!
vito, vitare
to avoid
concido, concidere
to fall down
cuncti
all
incolumis
unhurt, safe and sound
gaudeo, guadere
to be glad
quod
that
cesso, cessare
to be idle, do nothing
extraho, extrahere
to drag out
frustra
in vain
haereo, haerere
to stick
moveo, movere
to move
culpa, -ae
fault, blame
tua culpa
because of your fault, it's your fault that
cisium
light two-wheeled carriage
interpello, interpellare
to interrupt
placide
gently, peacefully
quod
which
celerrime
very fast
noster
our
devertebat
he began to turn aside
periculum
danger
ars, artis, artium
skill
ago, agere
to do, drive
Tune...spectabas
Were you watching?
commotus
moved
accidit
happens
exspecto, exspectare
to look out for
longus
long
diu
for a long time
appareo, apparere
to appear
rota, -ae
wheel
procul
in the distance, far off
nubes, nubis, nubium
cloud
pulvis, pulveris
dust
plaustrum, -i
wagon, cart
onus, oneris
load, burden
tardus
slow
illud
that
praeterea
besides
bos, bovis
ox
fortasse
perhaps
quattuor
four
duae
two
tantum
only
Neapolim
to Naples
praeereo, praeterire
to go past
neuter
neither
unus, -a, -um
one
duo, -ae, -o
two
tres, tres, tria
three
quattuor
four
quinque
five
sex
six
septem
seven
octo
eight
novem
nine
decem
ten
quinquaginta
fifty
centum
a hundred
quingenti, -ae, -a
five hundred
mille
a thousand
homines, hominum
people
nonus
ninth
Sextum taedebat
it bored Sextus
aperio, aperire
to open
pila, -ae
ball
Visne...?
Do you want...?
ludo, ludere
to play
pila ludere
to play ball
eam
her, it
excipio, excipere
to welcome, receive, catch
alter...alterum
the one... the other
iocus, -i
joke, prank
per iocum
as a prank
ferio, ferire
to hit, strike
verto, vertere
to turn
carissima
dearest
animus, -i
mind
in animo habere
to intend
apud
with
relinquo, relinquere
to leave behind
itaque
and so, therefore
hospes, hospitis
guest, host, friend, a person related to one of another city by ties of hospitality
de
down from, concerning, about
illa
she
ut
as
scio, scire
to know
mortuus, -a, -um
dead
nobiscum = cum nobis
with us
undecimus, -a, -um
eleventh
caelum, -i
sky
advesperascit, advesperacere
it gets dark
aedificium, -i
building
caupona, -ae
inn
pernocto, pernoctare
to spend the night
caupo, cauponis
innkeeper
periculosus, -a, -um
dangerous
Graecus, -a, -um
Greek
custodio, custodire
to guard
praecurro, praecurrere
to run ahead
homo, hominus
man
se praecipitant
(they) hurl themselves, run
fugio, fugere
to flee
manum
hand
hi canes
these dogs
modo
only
cauda, -ae
tail
apparuit
(he) appeared
obesuss, -a, -um
fat
revocavit
(he) called back
pernoctaverunt
(they) have to spend the night
olim
once (upon a time)
legatus, -i
envoy
Quid agris?
How are you?
Mehercule!
By Hercules! Goodness me!
nisi erro
unless I am mistaken
agnosco, agnoscere
to recognize
doleo, dolere
to be sad
omnis, -is, -e
all, every
viator, viatoris
traveler
vesperi
in the evening
fortis, -is, -e
brave, strong
olfacio, olfacere
to catch the scent of, smell, sniff
intraverunt
(they) entered
ceno, cenare
to dine, eat dinner
cena, -ae
dinner
vobis
for you
iussit
(he) ordered
Cornelio
for Cornelius
duxit
(he) led
lectus, -i
bed
hic lectus
this bed
sordidus, -a, -um
dirty
rem explicare
to explain the situation
melior
better
tibi
for you
esurio, esurire
to be hungry
cubitum ire
to go to bed
valde
very, exceedingly, very much
ierunt
they went
vigilo, vigilare
stay awake
Quid fecit...?
What did...do?
manserunt
(they) stayed
post
after
medius, -a, -um
mid-, middle of
media nox
midnight
Licetne nobis...?
Is it allowed for us...? May we...?
paulisper
for a short time
Esto!
All right!
misisti
you have sent
voluimus
we wanted
enim
for
Dum... devorant
While... were devouring
miles, militis
soldier
vir optime
sir
optimus, -um, -a
best, very good