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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, nubium
f., cloud
pulvis, pulveris
m., dust
plaustrum, plaustri
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
auxilium, -i
n., help
baculum, -i
n., stick
cisium, -i
n., light two-wheeled carriage
cubiculum, -i
n., room, bedroom
olivetum, -i
n., olive grove
periculum, -i
n., danger
plaustrum, -i
n., wagon, cart
silentium, -i
n., silence
vehiculum, -i
n., vehicle
vestigium, -i
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
unus, una, unum
one
duo, duae, duo
two
tres, tres, tria
three
quattuor
four
quinque
five
sex
six
septem
seven
octo
eight
novem
nine
decem
ten
quinquaginta
fifty
centum
one hundred
quingenti, quingentae, quingenta
five hundred
mille
one thousand
nonus
ninth
Sextum taedebat
it bored Sextus
aperio, aperire
to open
pila, pilae
f., ball
Visne...?
Do you want...?
ludo, ludere
to play
pila ludere
to play ball
eam
her, it
excipio, excipere
to welcome, receive, catch
alter...alterum
the one...the other
iocus, ioci
m., joke, prank
ferio, ferire
to hit, strike
verto, vertere
to turn
carissima
dearest
animus, animi
m., mind
in animo habere
to intend
apud
prep. + acc., with
relinquo, relinquere
to leave behind
itaque
adv., and so, therfore
hospes, hospitis
m./f., guest, host, friend, a person related to one of another city by ties of hospitality
de
prep. + abl., down from, concerning, about
illa
she
ut
adv., as
scio, scire
to know
mortuus, mortua, mortuum
dead
nobiscum = cum nobis
with us
undecimus, undecima, undecimum
eleventh
caelum, caeli
n., sky
advesperascit, advesperascere
it gets dark
aedificium, aedificiui
n., building
caupona, cauponae
f., inn
pernocto, pernoctare
to spend the night
caupo, cauponis
m., innkeeperr
periculosus, periculosa, periculosum
dangerous
Graecus, Graeca, Graecum
Greek
custodio, custodire
to guard