Vocabulary for Chapter 14 of Ecce Romani

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  • concido, concidere

    to fall down

    cuncti

    all

    incolumis

    unhurt, safe and sound

    gaudeo, gaudere

    to be glad

    cesso, cessare

    to be idle, do nothing

    extraho, extrahere

    to drag out

    frustra

    in vain

    haereo, haerere

    to stick

    moveo, movere

    to move

    culpa, -ae

    fault, blame

    tua culpa

    because of your fault, it's your fault that

    cisium

    light two-wheeled carriage

    interpello, interpellare

    to interrupt

    placide

    gently, peacefully

    quod

    which

    celerrime

    very fast

    noster

    our

    devertebat

    he began to turn aside

    periculum

    danger

    ars, artis, gen. pl. artium

    skill

    ago, agere

    to do, drive

    Tune... spectabas

    Were you watching?

    commotus

    moved

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