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latin exam

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tandem
at last
taberna
a/the shop
otium
a/the leisure
canis
a/the dog
manere
to stay
portus
a/the harbor
fabula
a/the story
semper
always
ridere
to laugh
in
in, on
uxor
a/the wife
ambulare
to walk
vagire
to wail
mensa
a/the table
iudex
a/the judge
inspicere
to examine
gladiator
gladiator
iratus
angry
necare
to kill
semisomnus
half asleep
consumere
to eat
mater
mother
servus
a/the slave
recumbere
to recline
cotidie
every day
magnus
big
salve
hello
abesse
to be absent
scribere
to write
amphitheatrum
a/the amphitheater
suaviter
sweetly, smoothly, softly
filius
a/the son
de
from
pastor
a/the shepheard
mortuus
dead
venire
to come
festinare
to hurry
ancilla
a/the slave girl
intrare
to enter
cur
why
pistor
a/the baker
speactare
to look at
vivere
to live
omnis
all
eam
her
laborare
to work
anxius
anxious
convincere
to convict
amicus
a/the friend
respondere
to answer
postquam
after
urbs
a/the city
pugna
a/the fight
dormire
to sleep
pecunia
a/the money
culina
a/the kitchen
nuntius
a/the announcer
bestia
a/the beast
terrere
terrified
dicere
to say
villa
a/the house
tu
you
pulsare
to knock, hit, punch
sella
a/the chair
agricola
farmer
intente
intently
surgere
to get up
ebrius
drunk
ego
I
scaena
a/the stage
fortis
brave
actor
a/the actor
gustare
to taste
comoplere
to fill
eum
his
porta
a/the gate
verberare
to strike
mons
a/the mountian
meus
my
versus
a/the verse
pavo
peacock
esse
to be
vituperare
to curse
per
through
sanguis
blood
non
not
furcifer
scoundrel
tuus
your
homo
a/the man
latinus
latin
dicere
to say
graecus
greek
quid
what
quietus
quiet
ruere
to rush
doctus
educated
heri
yesterday
venalicius
a/the slave dealer
hortus
a/the garden
ita vero
yes
fidelis
faithfull
occupatus
busy
exire
to exit
theatrum
a/the theater
hodie
today
mendax
a/the liar
negotium
a/the business
parvus
small
vinum
a/the wine
de
down from
atrium
a/the living room
numerare
to count
vocare
to call
habere
to have
ecce
to look
delicaie maea
my darling
basilicila
a/the court house
tondere
to trim
clamare
to shout
delectare
to delight
ululare
to howl
ducere
to lead
revenire
to come back
satis
enough
otiosus
idle
vibrare
to brandish
cubiculum
a/the beedroom
funambulus
a/the tight rope walker
parare
to prepare
quis
what
tamen
however
fustis
stick
lucere
to shine
agitare
to chase
celare
to hide
paratus
ready
pestis
a/the pest
quod
because
ad
to, at
apparere
to appear
probare
to prove
intellegere
to understand
cena
a/the dinner
suaviter
sweetly
aperire
to open
incitare
to urge on
senex
old man
celeriter
quickly
optimus
excellent
serpens
a/the snake
nemo
no one
exspectare
to wait for
poeta
a/the poem
femina
a/the woman
triclinium
a/the dinning room
coquere
to cook
alius
another
bonus
good
iuvenis
a/the teenager boy
spectator
a/the spectator
pingere
to paint
civis
a/the citizen
capere
to take
nuntiare
to announce
fur
a/the theif
umbra
ghost
sed
but
argentaria
a/the bank
lapideus
made of stone
circumspectare
to look around
notissimus
well known
argentarius
a/the bankers
mercator
a/the merchant
tablinum
a/the study
ragare
to ask
eheu
alas
conspicere
to notice
stare
to stand
turbulentus
rowdy
navis
a/the ship
laudare
to praise
salire
to jump
pompeianus
a/the pompeian
forum
a/the forum
salutare
to greet
accusare
to accuse
facere
to make
vendere
to sell
hospes
a/the guest
cum
with
subito
sudenly
ubi
where
pugnare
to fight
lingua
a/the language
plaudere
to applaud
quaerere
to look for
scurillis
dirty
leo
a/the lion
multus
many
anulus
a/the friend
soror
a/the sister
sape
often
contentio
an/the argument
contendere
to hury
pictura
a/the picture
fercoiter
ferociously
cantare
to sing
recitare
to recite
laetus
happy
pictor
a/the painter
trahere
to pull, draw
duo
two
signum
a/the seal
secare
to cut
celeriter
quickly
via
street
clausus
closed
ianua
a/the door
post
after
superare
to overcome
gladius
a/the sword
perterritus
terrifed
magnificus
magnificent
testis
a/the witness
contentus
satiesfied
reddere
to give back
columba
a/the dove
adesse
present
quoque
also
cibus
a/the food
pater
a/the father
latrare
to bark
currere
to run
dare
to give
dominus
a/the master
videre
to see
evanescere
to vanish
vexare
to annoy
nauta
a/the sailor
puer
a/the boy
contentio
a/the argument
discedere
to leave
novacula
a/the razor
me
me
probus
honest
bibere
to drink
tacere
to be silent
lacrimare
to cry
panis
a/the bread
inquere
to say
deponere
to remove
petere
to attack
turba
a/the crowd
ingens
huge
res
a/the thing
sedere
to sit
habitare
to live
libertus
a/the freedman
e/ex
out of
audire
to hear
tum
then
coquus
a/the cook
avarus
a/the miser
puella
a/the girl
barba
beard
agere
to act
fluere
to flow
pulcher
beautiful
prope
near
debere
to owe
tonsor
a/the barber

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