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concido, concidere
to fall down
cuncti
all
incolumis
unhurt, safe and sound
gaudeo, gaudere
to be glad
quod
with verbs of feeling, that
cesso, cessare
to be idle, do nothing
extraho, extrahere
to drag out
frustra
adv., in vain
haereo, haerere
to stick
moveo, movere
to move
culpa, culpae
f. fault, blame
tua culpa
because of your fault, it's your fault that
cisium
light two wheeled carriage
interpello, interpellare
to interrupt
placide
adv., gently, peacefully
quod
which
celerrime
adv., very fast
noster
our
devertebat
he began to turn aside
periculum
danger
ars, artis, gen. pl., artium
f., skill
ago, agere
to do, drive
Tune...spectabas
Were you watching?
commotus
moved
olitetum, olivetumi
n., olive grove
sum, esse
to be
possum, posse
to be able
exspecto, exspectare
to look out for
longus
long
diu
adv., for a long time
appareo, apparere
to appear
rota, rotae
f., wheel
procul
adv., in the distance, far off
nubes, nubis, gen. pl., nubium
f. cloud
pulvis, pulveris
m. dust
plaustrum, plaustrumi
n., wagon, cart
onus, oneris
n., load, burden
tardus
slow
illud
that
praeterea
adv., besides
bos, bovis
m./f. ox
fortasse
adv., perhaps
quattuor
four
duae
two
tantum
adv., only
Neapolim
to Naples
praetereo, praeterire
irreg., to go past
neuter
neither
auxilium, auxiliumi
n., help
baculum, baculumi
n., stick
cisium, cisiumi
n., light two-wheeled carriage
cubiculum, cubiculumi
n., room, bedroom
olivetum, olivetumi
n., olive grove
periculum, periculumi
n., danger
plaustrum, plaustrumi
n., wagon, cart
silentium, silentium
n., silence
vehiculum, vehiculumi
n., vehicle
vestigium, vestigiumi
n., track, footprint, trace
iter, itineris
n., journey
murmur, murmuris
n., murmur, rumble
nomen, nominis
n., name
onus, oneris
n., load
tempus, temporis
n., time
iter
journey
iter faciebant
they were traveling
tribus diebus
in three days
volebat
he/she wanted
identidem
again and again
iubebat
he ordered kept ordering
virga, virgae
f. stick
verberabat
he kept beating, whipping
ibant
they were going
rusticus, rusticusi
m. peasant
septimus
seventh
erat
it was
quiescebant
they were resting
pes, pedis
m. foot
vehicula
vehicles
auriga, aurigae
m. charioteer
mago risu
with a loud laugh
fatuus
stupid
tabellarius, tabellariusi
m. courier
civis, civium
citizen
praeclarus
distinguished
ab or a, prep. + abl.
from
pars, partis, partium
part
Quam...!
How...!
ferociter
fiercely
Cave!
wathc out for
vito, vitare
to avoid
strenuus
active, energetic
celer
quick
strenue
strenuously, hard
celeriter
quickly
cras
tomorrow
deinde
then, next
hodie
today
iam
now, already
identidem
again and again, repeatedly
interea
meanwhile
iterum
again, a second time
mox
soon, presently
nondum
not yet
non iam
no longer
nunc
now
saepe
often
semper
always
simul
together, at the same time
statim
immediately
subito
suddenly
tandem
at last, at length
tum
at that moment, then
ubi
when
etiam
also, even
ferociter
fiercely
furtim
stealthily
Ita vero
Yes, indeed.
lente
slowly
minime!
No, not at all.
Necesse
necessary
non
not
quoque
also
strenue
strenuously, hard
tacite
silently
tamen
however, nevertheless