Vocabulary from Ecce Romani Book 1B, Chapter 18

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  • praecurro, praecurrere

    to run ahead

    homo, hominis

    man

    se praecipitant

    they hurl themselves, rush

    fugio, fugere

    to flee

    manum

    hand

    hi canes

    these dogs

    cauda, -ae

    tail

    apparuit

    he appeared

    obesus, -a, -um

    fat

    revocavit

    he called back

    pernoctaverunt

    they have spent the night

    olim

    once (upon a time)

    legatus, -i

    envoy

    Quid agis?

    How are you?

    Mehercule!

    By Hercules! Goodness me!

    nisi erro

    unless I am mistaken

    agnosco, agnoscere

    to recognize

    doleo, dolere

    to be sad

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