Review of Vocabulary from Chapters 1-7 of Ecce Romani

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  • amīca

    friend (fem.)

    ancilla

    slave-woman

    aqua

    water

    epistula

    letter

    fēmina

    woman

    Italia

    Italy

    pictūra

    picture

    piscīna

    fishpond

    puella

    girl

    Rōma

    Rome

    silva

    woods, forest

    statua

    statue

    vīlla

    country house

    vīlla rūstica

    country house and farm

    ager, agris

    field, fields

    amīcus

    friend (masc.)

    cibus

    food

    hortus

    garden

    lupus

    wolf

    molestus

    pest

    nūntius

    messenger

    rāmus

    branch

    rīvus

    stream

    servus

    slave

    aestās

    summer

    arbor

    tree

    clāmor

    shout, shouting

    fragor

    crash, noise

    māter

    mother

    pater

    father

    prīnceps

    emperor

    senātor

    senator

    vōx

    voice

    alter, altera

    second, other, another

    calidus, calida

    warm

    dēfessus, dēfessa

    tired

    frīgidus, frīgida

    cold

    ignāvus, ignāva

    cowardly, lazy

    īnfirmus, īnfirma

    weak, shaky

    īrātus, īrāta

    angry

    laetus, laeta

    happy, glad

    magnus, magna

    big, great, large, loud (voice, laugh)

    meus, mea

    my

    molestus, molesta

    troublesome, annoying

    multī, multae

    many

    occupātus, occupāta

    busy

    perterritus, perterrita

    frightened, terrified

    Rōmānus, Rōmāna

    Roman

    salvus, salva

    safe

    sollicitus, sollicita

    anxious, worried

    sōlus, sōla

    alone

    strēnuus, strēnua

    active, energetic

    temerārius, temerāria

    rash, reckless, bold

    vīcīnus, vīcīna

    neighboring, nearby

    eās

    them (fem.)

    eius

    his, her(s)

    eōs

    them (masc.)

    you (acc.)

    you (nom.)

    adhūc

    still

    etiam

    also, even

    fūrtim

    stealthily

    hodiē

    today

    ibi

    there (location)

    Ita vēro!

    Yes! Indeed!

    lentē

    slowly

    Minime!

    No! Not at all!

    mox

    soon, presently

    nōndum

    not yet

    nōn iam

    no longer

    quoque

    also

    saepe

    often

    semper

    always

    statim

    immediately

    strēnuē

    strenuously, hard

    subitō

    suddenly

    tamen

    however

    tandem

    at last, at length

    tum

    at that moment, then

    igitur

    therefore

    neque

    and...not

    neque...neque

    neither...nor

    quod

    because

    ubi

    when, where

    Ecce!

    Look!

    Ēheu!

    Alas!

    Eugepae!

    Hurray!

    Abī moleste!

    Go away, pest!

    Abīte, molestī!

    Go away, pests!

    ad vīllam

    to/toward/at the country house

    aestāte

    in the summer

    brevī tempore

    in a short time, soon

    Cavē!

    Be careful!

    Cūr...?

    Why...?

    Dēscende!

    Come down!

    eādem

    the same

    ē vīllā

    from/out of the country house

    ex agrīs

    from/out of the fields

    Fer/Ferte auxilium!

    Bring help! Help!

    in hortō

    in the garden

    in hortum

    into the garden

    ipsa

    she herself

    labōrantes

    working

    lānam trahere

    to spin wool

    magnā vōce

    in a loud voice

    -ne

    indicates a yes or no question

    necesse est

    it is necessary

    nihil

    nothing

    nōmine

    by name, named

    omnēs

    all

    omnia quae

    everything that

    per vīllam

    through the country house

    prope rīvum

    near the stream

    Quālis...?

    What sort of...?

    Quem...?

    Whom...? (sing.)

    Quī...?

    Who...? (pl.)

    Quid...?

    What...?

    Quid facit...?

    What is....doing? What does....do?

    Quid faciunt...?

    What are...doing?

    Quis...?

    Who...? (sing.)

    Quō...?

    Where...to?

    Quōs...?

    Whom...? (pl.)

    sub arbore

    under a/the tree

    Rōmam

    to Rome

    Salvē!

    Greetings! Hello!

    adiuvat, adiuvant (adiuvāre)

    he/she helps; they help (to help)

    amat, amant (amāre)

    he/she/ loves; they love (to love)

    ambulat, ambulant (ambulāre)

    he/she walks; they walk (to walk)

    appropinquat, appropinquant (appropinquāre)

    he/she approaches; they approach (to approach)

    clāmat, clāmant (clāmāre)

    he/she shouts; they shout (to shout)

    cūrat, cūrant (cūrāre)

    he/she takes care of/looks after; they take care of/look after (to take care of or look after)

    errat, errant (errāre)

    he/she wanders; they wander (to wander)

    habitat, habitant (habitāre)

    he/she lives/dwells; they live/dwell (to live or dwell)

    labōrat, labōrant (labōrāre)

    he/she works; they work (to work)

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