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Ecce Romani ch. 14- 16

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concido, concidereto fall down
cunctiall
incolumnisunhurt, safe and sound
gaudeo, gaudereto be glad
quod (conj, with verbs of feeling)that
cesso, cessareto be idle, do nothing
extraho, extrahereto drag out
frustrain vain
haereo, haerere to stick
moveo, movereto move
culpafault,, blame
cisiumlight two-wheeled carriage
quod which
celerrimevery fast
nosterour
devertebathe began to turn aside
periculumdanger
ars, artisskill
commotusmoved
exspecto, exspectare to look out for
longuslong
diufor a long time
appareo, apparereto appear
rotawheel
proculin the distance, far off
plaustrumwagon, cart
onus, onerisload, burden
tardusslow
praetereabesides
bos, bovisox
fortasseperhaps
quattorfour
duaetwo
tantumonly
praetereo, praeterireto go past
aperio, aperireto open
ludo, ludereto play
eamher, it
excipio, excipereto welcome, recieve, catch
alter...alterumthe one...the other
iocusjoke, prank
ferio, ferireto hit, strike
verto, vertereto turn
animusmind
in animo habereto intend
apud (prep + acc)at the house of, with
relinquo, relinquereto leave behind
itaqueand so, therefore
hospes, hospitishost, guest, friend
de (prep + abl)down from, concerning, about
illashe
ut (conj)as
scio, scireto know
mortuusdead
memorize