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intraverunt
they entered
ceno, cenare
to dine, eat dinner
cena -ae f.
dinner
vobis
for/to you
iussit
he ordered
duxit
he lead
lectus -i m.
bed
hic lectus
this bed
sordidus -a -um
dirty
rem explicare
to explain the situation
melior
better
tibi
you
esurio, esurire
to be hungry
cubitum ire
to go to bed
valde
very, exceedingly, very much
ierunt
they went
vigilo, vigilare
to stay awake
manserunt
they stayed
post (prep. and acc.)
after
medius -a -um
mid- middle of
media nox
midnight
Licetne nobis...?
Is it allowed for us....? May we...?
paulisper
for a short time
Esto!
All right!
misisti
you have sent
voluimus
we wanted
enim
for
miles, militis m.
soldier
vir optime
sir
optimus -a -um
best, very good
somnus -i m.
sleep
ei
to him
somnium -i n.
dream
animum recuperare
to regain one's senses
nihil mali
nothing of a bad thing, three is nothing wrong
malus -a -um
bad
obdormio -ire -ivi -iturus
to go to sleep
corpus, corporis, n.
body
stercus stercoris n.
dung, manure
supra
above, on top
mane
early in the day, in the morning
punio, ire, ivi, itus
to punish
in hanc cauponam
into this inn
numquam
never
antea
before
dico dicere
to say, tell
illam
famous
fabula -ae
story
narratus -a -um
told
neco necare t
to kill
narro, narrare
to tell (a story)
primus -a um
first
lux lucis
light
prima luce
at dawn
mortuus -a -um
dead
simulo -are -avi -atus
to pretend
finio -ire -ivi -itus
to finish
sero
late
cogito -are -avi -atus
to think
videtur
he seems
invitus -a -um
unwilling
auxilio
with the help
readario
to the coachman
se parare
to prepare oneself
immemor immemoris
forgetful
nocturnus -a -um
happening during the night
Corneliae
to Cornelia
mandatum -i n.
order, instruction
bene
well
habenae -arum f. pl.
reins
uxori
to his wife
cum
when
ingens
huge
patruus
uncle
vester vestra vestrum
your
videbimus
we will see
excipiet
he will welcome
illud
that
atque
and, also
sepulcrum
tomb
intra
inside
adveniemus
we will come
expecto expectare
to look out for
longus
long
diu
for a long time
appareo appareer
to appear
rota
wheel
procul
in the distance, far off
nubis
cloud
pulvis
cart
plaustrum
wagon
onus
burden
tardus
slow
illud
that
praeterea
besides
bos, bovis
ox
fortasse
perhaps
quattuor
four
duae
two
tantum
only
Neapolim
to Naples
praetereo praeterire
to go past
nonus
ninth
Sextum taedebat
it bored Sextus
apperio aperire
to open
pila
ball
Visne
Do you want..?
ludo
to lpay
pila ludere
to play ball
eam
her, it
excipio,
to welcome
alter.. alterum
the one.. the other
iocus
joke, prank
per iocum
as a prank
ferio ferire
to hit
verto
to turrn
carissma
dearest
animus
mind
in animo habere
to intend
apud w
with
relinquo
to leave behind
itaque
therefore
hosper
guest
de
down from
illa
she
ut
as
scire
to know
mortuus
dead
nobiscum
with us
undecimus
eleventh
caelum
sky
advesperascit
it gets dark
aedificium
building
caupona
inn
pernocto
to spend the night
caupo
innkeeper
periculosus
dangerous
Graecus
Greek
custodire
to guard
praecurrere
to run ahead
homo
man
se praecipitant
they hurl themselves
fugio
to flee
manum
hand
hi canes
these dogs
modo
only
cauda
tail
apparuit
he appeared
obesus
fat
revocavit
he called back
pernoctaverunt
thye have spent the night
olim
once
legatus
envoy
Quid agis?
How are you?
Mehercule!
By Hercules!
nisi erro
unless I am mistaken
agnosco
to recognize
doleo
to be sad