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Ecce
look
puella,-ae,f.
girl
nomen, nominis,n.
name
quae/quis
who
habito, habitare
to live
etiam
also
villa, villae, f.
country house
villa rustica
country house and farm
ubi
where
aestas, aestatis,f.
summer
laeta,us,um
happy
quod
because/
iam
now
sub arbore
under the tree
sedeo sedere
to sit
et
and
lego, legere
to read
altera,um,us
a second
vicina,um,us
neighboring
dum
while
scribo,scribere
to write
Cur
why
pictura, picturae,f.
picture
quoque
also
sum, esse
to be
amica, amicae,f.
friends
hodie
today
sed
but
in agris
in the fields
ambulo, ambulare
to walk
brevi tempore
in a short while
defessa,um,us
tired
non iam
no longer
strenua
active, energetic
curro, currere
to run
tandem
at last
ex agris
out of the fields
ad villam rusticam
toward the country house
lente
slowly
puer, pueri,m.
boy
eadem
the same
in horto
in the garden
clamo, clamare
to shout
rideo, ridere
to smile, to laugh
vir, viri, m.
man, hero
servus,servi,m.
slave
multi
many
laboro, laborare
to work
solus
alone
iratus
angry
subito
suddenly
in piscinam
into the fish pond
cado cadere
to fall
Abite Molesti
Go away you pest
gemo gemere
to groan
femina, feminae, f.
woman
molestus
troublesome/annoying
semper
always
vexo vexare
to annoy
igitur
therefore
amo amare
to love
dormio, dormire
to sleep
conspicio, conspicere
to catch sight of
furtim
stealthily
appropinquo, appropinquare
to approach
ascendo, ascendere
to climb
magnus
great
audio, audire
to hear/ to listen
video, videre
to see
vox, vocis
voice
terreo, terrere
to frighten
sollicita
anxious/ worried
tum
at that moment/ then
descendo, descendere
to come down
tu
you
nihil
nothing
ramus, rami,m.
branch
infirmus
weak
fragor, fragoris, m.
crash/noise
si
if
dies
day
calidus
warm
silva, silvae, f.
forest/woods
ibi
there
rivus, rivi,m.
river/stream
frigidus
cold
erro, errare
to wander
prope
near
volo, velle
to wish/want/be willing
nolo nolle
to not wish/want/be willing
ignavus
cowardly/lazy
respodeo, respondere
to reply
neque...neque
neither...nor
temerarius
rash/reckless
lupus,lupi,m.
wolf
perterritus
frightened/terrified
statim
immediatly
clamor
shout/shouting
eos
them
eum
him
peto,petere
to look for/seek
arripio, arripere
to grab hold of/snatch
repello, repellere
to drive off
salvae
safe
advenio, advenire
to reach/arrive
excipio, excipere
to welcome
adhuc
still
timeo, timere
to fear/ be afraid
nondum
not yet
lucet
it is light/day
surgo, surgere
to get up/rise
pater, patris, m.
father
mater,matris, f.
mother
etiam
also/even
neque
and...not
tamen
however
ancilla,ancillae,f.
slave woman
omnes
all
observo, observare
to observe/watch
purgo, purgare
to clean
cibus, cibus, n.
food
coqueo, coquere
to cook
mox
soon/presently
strenue
stenuously/hard
aqua, aquae
water
porto, portare
to carry
reprehendo, reprehendere
to blame/scold
doceo, docere
to teach
curo, curare
to care for
lanam trahunt
spin wool
omnia quae
all who
adiuvo, adiuvare
to help
ipsa
she herself
nunc
now
necesse est
it is necessary
occupatus
busy
laborantes
working
specto, spectare
to watch/ look at
nutius, nuntii,m.
messenger
venio, venire
to come
saluto, salutare
to greet
Salve
greetings
inquit
says
meus, mei
my
duco, ducere
to lead
trado, tradere
to hand over
Eheu!
Alas!
princeps
prince
ad urbem
toward the city
revoco, revocare
to recall
consulo, consulere
to consult
redio, redire
to return
Eugepae
Hurray!
eo, ire
to go
Agite!
Come now!
vos
you
excito, excitare
to rouse/awake
inrto, intrare
to enter
cubiculum, cubiculo
room/bedroom
tempus, temporis
time
deinde
then, next
celeriter
quickly
induo, induere
to put on
iterum
again, a second time
mihi
for me
sua
her own
nemo
no one
nulli
no
ianitor, ianitoris
janitor
ad ianuam
toward the door
tacite
silently
tempto, temptare
to try/ attempt
semisomnia
half asleep
hic
here
Tace
be quiet
mecum
with me
misera
unhappy
nobis
for us
discedo, discedere
to go away
tuus
your
simul
together
nescio
I do not know
secunda hora
second hour
lacrimo, lacrimare
to weep
maneo, manere
to remain, to stay
mitto, mittere
to send
promittus
you promise
complexu
in an embrace
teneo, tenere
to hold
lacrimans
weeping
abeo, abire
to go away