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cotodie
early
ludus
school
profiscor
to set out
vereor
to be afraid
castigo
to rebuke
grammaticus
teacher
vel
or
paedagogus
tutor
eruditus
learned
utilis
useful
pistrinum
bakery
praefero
to carry in front of
etiamsi
even if
ad tempus
on time
scriblita
tart
paulum
little
ientaculum
breakfast
conor
to try
moror
to delay
vereor
to fear
collabor
to collapse
consequar
to overtake
loquor
to speak
proficiscor
to set out
sequor
to follow
egredior
to leave
ingredior
to enter
regredior
to return
experior
to test
magister
school master
annus
year
consilium capere
to form a plan
ligneus
wooden
caedes
slaughter
obsideo
to beseige
cupio
to desire
deleo
to destroy
coepit
he began
mensis
month
discipullus
pupil
ruina
ruin
navigo
to sail
terra
earth
mare
sea
tempestas
storm
navis
ship
regina
queen
incendo
to burn
patior
to suffer
aliqui
some
finem recitandi fecit
he stopped reciting
recito
to recite
verbum
word
uden ac
the same as
sic
thus
comes
companion
antequam
before
nusquam
nowhere
moneo
to warn
deus
god
dormito
to be sleepy
conticesco
to become silient
animadverto
to notice
expergiscor
to wake up
interest
it is important
ferula
cane
pareo
to obey
extendo
to hold out
bellum
war
multi post annus
many years afterward
hiems
winter
iacto
to toss about
oppidum
town
trans
across
septentrionalis
northern
fundus
farm
litterae
letters
lingua
language
studeo
to study
migro
to move one's home (migrate)
aegroto
to be ill
infirma...valetudine
in poor health
interdum
from time to time
rediens
returning
in terram egressus
having disembarked
aeger
ill
nascor
to be born
expello
to expell
vivo
to live
morior
to die
seplio
to bury
arma
weapons
ora
shore
fatum
fate
profugus
fugitive
litus
shore
altum
the sea
superi
the gods above
saevus
fierce
memor
remembering
ob
on account of
dum conderet...inferretque
until he could found...amd bring...into
genus
nation
moenia
city walls
cano
to sing
Ave
Greetings!
valeo
to be strong
primo
first
nato
to swim
scapha
small boat
inde
from there
desilio
to leap down
audeo
to dare
repello
to drive off
iracundia
temper
neque...neque...quidquam
neither...nor...anything
immo vero
in fact
ignoro
to not know
cum
since
crudelis
cruel
cum primum
as soon as
poena
punishment
obsecro
to beseech
quam primum
as soon as possible
disco
to know
cupio
to desire
rapio
to snatch
arcesso
to summon
gaudeo
to be glad
soleo
to be accustomed to
tela
web
studim
study
foras
outside
discessisse
to have departed
Quantum...!
How much...!
talia
such things
texo
to weave
ventus
wind
unda
wave
scapha
small boat
coorior
to arise
evado
to escape
adorior
to attack
resisto
to resist
magister
schoolmaster
Pro di immortalis!
Good heavens!
dives
rich
supero
to overcome
pauper
poor
casa
cottage
pugio
dagger
clam
secretly
quoniam
since
convalesco
to grow stronger
avunculus
maternal uncle
coniuratus
conspirator
heres
heir
olim
one day
exercitus
army
populus
people
hostis
enemy
res publica
republic
divitae
riches
ut se consulem crearet
to make him consul
contra
against
coniungo
to join
proelium
battle
debello
to defeat
imperium
empire
bellum inferre
to make war upon
pax
peace
stabilio
to steady
bis
twice
uxorem ducere
to marry
gener
son-in-law
morbus
illness
numero
to number
compleo
to complete
alo
to rear
cognosco
to learn
coniungo
to join
proelium
battle
debello
to defeat
imperium
empire
bellum inferre
to make war upon
pax
peace
stabilio
to steady
bis
twice
uxorem ducere
to marry
gener
son-in-law
morbus
illness
numero
to number
compleo
to complete
alo
to rear
cognosco
to learn
coniungo
to join
proelium
battle
debello
to defeat
imperium
empire
bellum inferre
to make war upon
pax
peace
stabilio
to steady
bis
twice
uxorem ducere
to marry
gener
son-in-law
morbus
illness
numero
to number
compleo
to complete
alo
to rear
cognosco
to learn
coniungo
to join
proelium
battle
debello
to defeat
imperium
empire
bellum inferre
to make war upon
pax
peace
stabilio
to steady
bis
twice
uxorem ducere
to marry
gener
son-in-law
morbus
illness
numero
to number
compleo
to complete
alo
to rear
cognosco
to learn
ulcisor
to avenge
cogo
to compel
persequor
to pursue
utor
to use
rego
to rule
instituo
to establish
agueo
to increase
defero
to award
refero
to bring back
thermae
public baths
balneae
(private) baths
tepidarium
warm room
caldarium
hot room
apodyterium
changing-room
frigidarium
cold room
palaestra
exercise ground
rapere
to snatch
harpastum
heavy hand ball
trigon
ball game involving three people
luctor
to wrestle
unguentum
oil
strigilis
scraper
linteum
towel
quo
there
pecunia
money
do
to give
pecunia data
with his money having been given
vestibulum
entrance passage
exerceo
to exercise
calor
heat
haud
not
vino sumpto
with wine having been taken
vinum
wine
sumo
to take
contra
against
unguo
to anoint
defrico
to rub down
tergeo
to dry
senex
old man
calvus
bald
indutus
clothed
capillatus
with long hair
follis
bag
digitus
finger
repeto
to recover
concrepo
to snap
quadrans
smallest Roman coin
hyposcauston
"burning underneath"
popina
bar
quibus verbis auditus
when they had heard this
exeamus
let us go out
fur
thief
me costode
with me on gaurd
custodio
to gaurd
sella
chair
surripio
to steal
perhendo
to seize
exsilio
to leap out
confugio
to flee for refuge
pavimentum
tiled floor
subsequor
to follow (up)
labor
to slip
virgo
maiden
rixor
quarrel
uterque
each
rima
crack
osculum
kiss
sentio
to feel
exprimo
to express
valedico
to say goodbye
aspergo
to splash
progredior
to advance
consilium
plan
inscius
not knowing
vultus
face
velamen
veil
ore sanguine asperso
his mouth splattered with blood
spelunca
cave
sanguis
blood
os
mouth
nec
and...not
prior
first
moritura
intending to die
occido
to kill
perdo
to destroy
peritus
skilled
tela
web
curiosus
curious
nymphia
nymph
miror
to wonder
nego
to deny
certamen
contest
anus
old woman
simulo
to pretend
innixus
learning on
superbus
proud
venia
pardon
dicta
words
ambo
both
opus
work
laqueus
noose
misereor
to pity
filum
thread
aranea
spider
deducens
spinning
cedo
to yeild on
ostendo
to show
gero
to wear
suspendo
to suspend
pendeo
to hang
deminuo
to reduce in size
pupa
doll
consilium
capere
capita aut navia
heads or ships
pars
part
par impar
odds or evens (a game)
digitis
finger
digitus micare
to play (morra)
ludus
game
ludus latrunculorum
game of bandits
latrunculus
robber
tali
knucklebones
puto
to consider
ludus
school
fere
almost
postremo
finally
ambo
both
Num...?
Surely...not...?
donum
gift
dono dare
to give as a gift
peristylium
peristyle
dies natalis
birthday
natilis
belonging to/of birthday
dies
day
Quid Sexto fiet?
What will happen to Sextus?
abripio
to sntach away
laedo
to harm
caligae
"little tiny army boots"
cognomen
surname
negotiosus
busy
pro certo habere
to be sure
munera
games
spero
to hop
constat
it is agreed
eeoigramm
epigram
imperator
commander
mallo
to prefer
quo maior..., eo plus...,
the greater..., the more...
contineo
to confine
certus
certain
certo
certainly
habeo
to have
mature
early
epistula
letter
conficio
to finish
epistula est conficienda
the letter must be finished
tessera
ticket
apparitor
gate keeper
pulvinar
imperial seat
Ave, imperator, morituri te salutant.
"Hail, emperor, those about to die salute you!"
tubicin
trumpet player
cirnicines
horn player
paria
pairs
lanista
trainer
Verbera
Thrash him
Iugula
Murder him
Hoc habet!
He's hit
Mitte
Let him go
meridiani
midday fighters
tot
so many
deliciae
delight
admiratio
amazement
conicio
to throw
tollo
to lift
consisto
to halt
furor
frenzy
acriter
fiercely
pugno
to fight
pugna
fight
nobis redeundum est
we must return
alias
at another time
arena
arena
milia
thousands
credo
to believe
clamo
to shout
pugnam committere
to join battle
obstupefactus
astounding
incedo
to go (march) in
commito
to bring together
uri, vinciri, verberari, ferroque necari
to be burnt with fire, shackled with chains, beaten with rods, and killed with steel
naumachia
seafight
venatio
wild beast hunt
murmillo
fish man
retiarus
net man
bestiae
people involved in wild beast hunts
ferio
to kill
suppositicius sibi ipse
himself his only substitute
divitae
wealth
locarius
scalper
cura
care
labor
work
belliger
warlike
gasta
sopear
ludia
female slave attached to a gladiatorial school
aequero...tridente
with his sea trident
minax
menacing
cassis
plumed metal helmet
languidus
drooping
timendus
to be feared
ter
three times
admirationi esse
to be a source of amazement
quasi
as if
admiror
to wonder (at)
placide
gently
lambo
to lick
parco
to spare
cogo
to compel
clementer
in a kindly manner
blande
in a winning manner
exaninimatus
paralyzed
mutuus
mutual
crudelitas
cruelty
doleo
to be sad
claudus
lame
lateo
to lie in hiding
mitis
gentle
vescor
to feed on
mansuetus
tame
stirps
thorn
consensus
agreement
vescor
to feed (on)
scio
to know
intellego
to understand
video
to see
cavea
cage
immania
huge
miror
to wonder
re vera
really
impetus
attack
immmitto
to send in
incipio
to begin
redeamus
let us return
basilca
low-court
nego
to say that...not
nepos
grandson
meminisse
to remember
horreo
to shudder
luctus
grief
quadraginta
forty
procurator
procurator
paulo
a little
festus
feast
sanctus
holy
res divina
religious rite
munitus
forified
arx
citadel
exitio esse
to be a source of destruction
diversus
different
dux
leader
legio
legion
castra ponere
to pitch camp
proelium
battle
utrumque
on both sides
fames
starvation
obsidio
seige
ferunt
they say
mos
custom
ullus
any
sacra
religious rite
sedes
seat
aliter
differently
seditio
rebellion
sapiens
wise man
pius
worshipful
refugio
to recoil
recipio
to recieve
circumdo
to surrround
pereo
to perish
abstraho
to drag away
sol
sun
avis
bird
observo
to watch
adeo
so much
deditus
devoted
lucet
it is light
taedit
it bores
neglego
to neglect
oportet
it is fitting
curae esse
to be a cause of anxiety
id quod
that/a thing which
Heus
Hey there
nuper
recently
gens
family
epulae
banquet
similis
similar
iuvenis
young man
submissus
quiet
despondeo
to betroth
decet
it is becoming
ita
thus
sic
thus
talis
such
tam
so
tantus
so great
tantum
so much
tot
so many
sponsalia
betrothal ceromony
anulus
ring
pronuba
bride's attendant
propingquus
relative
ait
says
demitto
to let down
sondeo
to pledge
conversus
turning
sinister
left
apto
to place
gratulor
to congratulate
officium togae virilis
official toga ceromony
consecro
to dedicate
bulla
luck-charm
lararium
househould gods
toga virilis or toga pura
plain white toga
deduco
to escort
tabulae
tablets
purus
clean
sumere
to assume
invato
to invite
limen
threshold
si quis
if anyone
nonnulli
some
oro
to beg
dimitto
to send away
impero
to order
familiaris
belonging to the family
praecipio
to instruct
comitor
to accompany
inscribo
to register
amplector
to embrace
gratias agere
to thank
ago
to do
erga
toward
benevolentia
kindness
horto
to encourage
rogo
to ask
persuadeo
to persuade
princeps
emperor
posterus
next
placeo
to please (decide)
ne quis
that no one
enuntio
to reveal
patres
senators
eo magis
all the more
dixit actum esse
he said that there had been a debate
utrum...an...
whether...or...
trpidans
in a panic
caterva
crowd
potius quam
rather than
profero
to carry foward
ugeo
to insist
fides
reliability
ingenium
intelligence
consultum
decree
honoris causa
for the sake of honoe
praebeo
to display