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Latin II Vocabulary (chs. 23-29)

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huc illucthis way and that
lecticalitter
interdiuduring the day
stupeoto be amazed
turbacrowd
undiqueon all sides
strepitusnoise
maximusgreatest
gaudiumjoy
curiaSenate house
primumfirst
domumhome
ducamI will take
ferentthey will carry
curaboI will take care of
multa et miramany wonderful things
miruswonderful
videbuntthey will see
currorun
descendogo down
agodo, drive
conducohire
eothere, to that place
se quieti dareto rest
quiesrest
virilisof manhood
advenioreach, arrive at
induoput on
considosit down
simulacas soon as
advenerantthey had arrived
molesmass, huge bulk
viderathe had seen
attonitusastonished, astounded
claususclosed, shut
ludigames
lego, legereto read
licet, licereit is allowed
liberbook
monsmountain/hill
arcusarch
aedifico, aedificareto build
aestufrom the heat
quemwhich
redieritisyou will have returned
circumeo, circumireto go around
occurro, occurrereto meet, encounter
tumultusuproar, commotion
excitatuswakened
de omnibus rebusabout everything
ehohey!
abhincago
quandama certain ____
tabernashop
postisdoor-post
poetapoet
aliquidsomething
lapisstone
oppressuscrushed
quadratussquared
quodwhich
domus aureanero's golden house
pervenioarrive at, reach
stertosnore
trahodrag, pull
conficiofinish
atriummain room
nisiunless, except
sinewithout
custosguard
bonagoods, possessions
nonnumquamsometimes
postridieon the following day
iaceolie down
praedorobber
noceoharm
videbaturit seemed
metusfear
terraearth
lutummud
arrpiograb
vetoforbid
parvulussmall
servosave
gladiussword
oculuseye
domiat home
stringodraw
claudoshut
acciditit happens
aperioopen
mulierwoman
faveofavor/support
devertoturn aside
humion the ground
vincoconquer/win
crineshair
speculummirror
neglegentercarelessly
vexatusannoyed
in quibusamong whom
porcuspig
cuiuswhose
glisdormouse
sellasedan chair
pectocomb
vendosell
summa celeritatewith greatest speed
a servis ferebanturwere carried by slaves
concursorun back and forth
portaturis carried
delectodelight
mendicusbeggar
elegantissimusvery elegant
adstantesbystanders
rixaquarrel
finisend
libertusfreedman
ipsiusof ____ himself
fumussmoke
recumbolie down
aufugiorun away


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