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Glossary of Cambridge Latin Course Stage 1

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pater
father
mater
mother
filius
son, child
servus
slave, servant
canis
dog
in tablino
in the study
in atrio
in the atrium
in triclinio
in the dining room
in horto
in the garden
in culina
in the kitchen
in via
in the road/street
est
is
third person singular
scribit
writes, is writing, does write
third person singular
sedet
is sitting, sits, does sit
third person singular
bibit
is drinking, drinks, does drink
third person singular
laborat
works, is working, does work
third person singular
dormit
sleeps, is sleeping, does sleep
iucundus
pleasant
ianua
a tall double door situated at the main entrance to a Roman house
atrium
the reception hall or atrium
compluvium
a large square opening in the middle of the roof of a Roman house
impluvium
a shallow rectangular pool, lined with marble, situated below the compluvium, which caught and held rainwater
tablinum
the study, a room in a Roman house
cubiculum
a bedroom in a Roman house
peristylium
a garden surrounded by a colonnade of pillars; it comprised the second part of a Roman house
intrat
enters, is entering, does enter
circumspectat
looks around, is looking around, does look around
salit
jumps, is jumping, does jump
stat
stands, is standing, does stand
stertit
snores, is snoring, does snore
latrat
barks, is barking, does bark
surgit
gets up, is getting up, does get up
iratus
angry
pestis!
pest
furcifer
scoundrel
clamat
shouts, is shouting, does shout
exit
goes out, is going out, does go out

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