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quondam
once
pertubare
to disturb, upset
in animo habere
to have in mind
to plan
to intend
exitus-us
departure, leaving
constituo, ere, constitui, constitutum
to decide
to establsih
to determine
to set (up)
nonus/a/um
ninth
Time Jingle
the English hour yuo may fix, if to the Roman you add six
triclinium- i
dining room
(N)
adfuturi erant pauci
there were few that were going to be present
balneum-i
bath, public baths
(N)
ponatur
from to put
hortatory subjunctive
let it be placed
solea-ae
shoes, sandals
(F)
affero, affere, attuli, allatum
to carry to
to bring to
iterum
again
processuri erant
they were going to go
cupiamus
from to capture
hortatory subjunctive
acturos esse:vitam agere
to live a life
serius/a/um
serioud
carmen, carminis
song, poem
(N)
ad
near by
stare
to stand
dulcis, dulce
sweet
fructus, us
fruit
ab...mala
from the eggs to the apples
FOR US: from soup to nuts
salio, salire, salui, salturus
jump, beat, hip hop [etc.]
ingeniosus/a/um
clever, creative, fanciful
saltare
to dance
manus-us
hand, band of men, group of men
(F)
riduculus/a/um
ridiculous, crazy, whack
saepe
often
iubeo, iubere, iussi, iussus
to order
to command
to bid
extremus/a/um
most distant
farthest
summus-i
top of, summit, peak
(M)
ludus-i
game, play, school
(M)
munus, muneris
games, duties, gifts, office
(N)
daturus esee
was about to give
liber/a/um
free
properare
to hasten
spectaturi erant
were going to watch
studium-i
eagerness, desire, zeal
(N)
currere, cucurri
to run
melior, melius
better
[comparative of bonus]
compleo, complere, complevi, completus
to fill up, complete
inferior
lower
proximus/a/um
closest, next to
memoria tenere
to remember
potestas-atis
power
(F)
maximus/a/um
biggest
[superlative of magnus]
plurimus/a/um
to most
[superlative of multus]
insignis-e
special, remarkable, fancy
accedo, accedere, accessi, accessurus
to approach, to go to
genus, generis
type, kind
(N)
gero, gerere, gessi, gestus
wear, bear, caryy on
ulterior, ulterioris
farther, more distant
accer, acris, acre
sharp, fierce, bitter
melius
more well
pessimus/a/um
the worst
[superlative of malus]
damnare
to condemn
paria
pairs
gens, gentis
nation, tribe, clan
(F)
ultimus/a/um
farthest
minus
less
quam
than
irridere
to laugh at
to mock
to tease
optime
the most well
[superlative of bene]
melius
more well
[comparative of bene]
spectare
to watch
as substantive- the watchers, the spectators
hic
he
veturio abbducto
after Veturius was taken away
huius modo
of this type
plurimum
very much
maxime
especially
[superlative adverb of magnus]
posterus/a/um
following, next
M pl: descendants
prior
former, first
[comparative]
primum
for the first time
primus/a/um
first