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brevis
short
immobilis
motionless
incolumis
unhurt
omnis
all
qualis..?
what sort of
viator, viatoris
traveler
vesperi
in the evening
fortis
brave
olfacio, olfacere
to smell, sniff
intraverunt
they entered
ceno, cenare
to dine, eat dinner
vobis
for you
iussit
he ordered
duxit
he led
lectus,i
bed
sordidus
dirty
melior
better
tibi
for you
esurio, esurire
to be hungry
cubitum ire
to go to bed
valde
very much
ierunt
they went
vigilo, vigilare
to stay awake
vehementer
very much, violently
cui
to whom, to him, her
certe
certainly
arripuit
he siezed
hoc
this
manserunt
they stayed
post
after
medius
middle of
media nox
middle of the night
licetne nobis
is it allowed for us, may we
paulisper
for a short time
esto!
all right
misisti
you have sent
voluimus
we wanted
dum . . . devorant
while . . . were devouring
miles, militis
soldier
vir optime
sir
hanc
this
antea
before
dico, dicere
to say, tell
illam
that famous
fabula
story
narratus
told
neco, necare
to kill
narro, narrare
to tell (a story)
ille
he
heri
yesterday
postquam
after
somnus
sleep
somnium
dream
obdormio
to go to sleep
corpus, corporis
body
stercus, stercoris
dung, manure
supra
above
mane
in the morning
punio, punire
to punish
conicio, conicere
to throw
primus
first
lux, lucis
light
mortuus
dead
simulo, simulare
to pretend
finio, finire
to finish
sero
late
cogito, cogitare
to think
videtur
he seems
invitus
unwilling
sonitum
sound
totus
all, the whole
aurum
gold
pecunia
money
feles, felis
cat
mus, muris
mouse
fame perire
to die of hunger
patria
native land
servo
to save
castra
camp
hostes, hostium
the enemy
mensa
table
multitudo
crowd
militibus
to the soldiers
stupeo, stupere
to be amazed
voco, vocare
to call
poenae
punishment
ara
altar
ignis
fire
dexter
right
sinister
left
fortissimus
very brave