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motionless
immōbilis, -e (abl. sing.: immōbilī; gen. pl.: immōbilium)
what kind of?
quālis, -e (abl. sing.: quālī; gen. pl.: quālium
be sad, grieve
doleō, dolēre, doluī, none
unharmed, unhurt, safe and sound
incolumnis, -e (abl. sing.: incolumnī; gen. pl.: incolumnium)
By Hercules!
Meherc(u)le!
these dogs
hī canēs
flee
fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitus (text: fugitūrus)
s/he (has) called back
revocāvit
hurl, rush
praecipitō, praecipitāre, praecipitāvī, praecipitātus
fat
obēsus, -a, -um
call back
revocare
traveler
viātor, viātōris (m.)
unless I am mistaken
nisi errō
s/he (has) appeared
appāruit
they hurl themselves, they rush
sē praecipitant
How are you?
Quid agis?
in the evening
vesperī (locative)
hand; band (of soldiers)
manus, manūs (f.; 4th declension)
recognize
agnōscō, agnōscere, agnōvī, agnitus
spend the night
pernoctō, pernoctāre, pernoctāvī, pernoctātus (text: pernoctātūrus)
short
brevis, -e (abl. sing.: brevī; gen. pl.: brevium)
catch the scent of, smell
olfaciō, olfacere, olfēcī, olfactus
all, the whole, every, each
omnis, -e (abl. sing.: omnī; gen. pl.: omnium)
run ahead
praecurrō, praecurrere, praecurrī / praecucurrī, praecursus (text: praecursūrus)
appear
appāreō, appārēre, appāruī, none (text: appāritūrus)
brave, strong
fortis, -e (abl. sing.: fortī; gen. pl.: fortium)
wander, be mistaken
errō, errāre, errāvī, errātus (text: errātūrus)
tail
cauda, -ae (f.)
only
modo
man, person
homō, hominis (m.)
once (upon a time), formerly
ōlim
they (have) spent the night
pernoctāvērunt
dog
canis, canis (c.)