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1

this way and that, adv.

huc illuc

2

litter

lectica, -ae, f.

3

during the day, adv.

interdiu

4

to be amazed, gape

stupeo, -ere, -ui

5

crowd, mob

turba, -ae, f.

6

on all sides, adv.

undique

7

noise, clattering

strepitus

8

greatest, very great

maximus, -a, -um

9

joy

gaudium, -i, n.

10

Senate House

Curia, -ae, f.

11

first, adv.

primum

12

homeward, home

domum

13

I will take

ducam

14

(they) will carry

ferent

15

I will take care of

curabo

16

many wonderful things

multa et mira

17

wonderful, marvelous

mirus, -a, -um

18

(they) will see

videbunt

19

to run

curro, currere, cucurri, cursurus

20

to come/go down, climb down

descendo, descendere, descendi, descensurus

21

to do, drive

ago, agere, egi, actus

22

to hire

conduco, conducere, conduxi, conductus

23

there, to that place, adv.

eo

24

to rest

se quieti dare

25

rest

quies, quietis, f.

26

to reach, arrive (at)

advenio, advenire, adveni, adventurus

27

to put down

induo, indere, indui, indutus

28

to sit down

consido, considere, consedi

29

to make, do

facio, facere, feci, factus

30

to remain, stay, wait (for)

maneo, manere, mansi, mansus

31

outside

extra, prep. + acc.

32

but, conj.

at

33

such

talis, -is, -e

34

the Circus Maximus ( a stadium in Rome)

Circus Maximus

35

above

supra, prep. + acc.

36

wall

murus, -i, m.

37

standing out, towering

exstantem

38

enough of time, enough time

satis temporis

39

bridge

pons, pontis, gen. pl., pontium, m.

40

stupid, foolish

stultus, -a, -um

41

Watch out for the rain!

Cave imbrem!

42

rain

imber, imbris, imbrium, m.

43

full of cracks, leaky

rimosus, -a, -um

44

to cultivate

colo, colere, colui, cultus

45

to rest, keep quiet

quiesco, quiescere, quievi, quieturus

46

to decide

constito, constituere, constitui, constitutus

47

it rains, is raining

pluit, pluere, pluit (usually found only in the 3rd person singular)

48

to return, to go back

redeo, redire, redii, redivi, ruditurus

49

to go out

exeo, exire, exii, exivi, exiturus

50

out of our house

e domo nostro

51

there, to that place, adv.

illuc