CLC Book 1 Vocab

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  1. ātrium
    atrium, reception hall
  2. canis
    dog
  3. coquus
    cook
  4. cubiculum
    bedroom
  5. culīna
    kitchen
  6. est
    he/she/it is
  7. fīlius
    son
  8. hortus
    garden
  9. in
    in, on
  10. labōrat
    works, is working
  11. māter
    mother
  12. pater
    father
  13. sedet
    sits, is sitting
  14. servus
    slave
  15. tablīnum
    study
  16. triclīnium
    dining room
  17. via
    street
  18. amīcus
    friend
  19. ancilla
    slave-girl, slave woman
  20. cēna
    dinner
  21. cibus
    food
  22. dominus
    master
  23. dormit
    sleeps, is sleeping
  24. gustat
    tastes, is tasting
  25. intrat
    enters, is entering
  26. laetus
    happy
  27. laudat
    praises, is praising
  28. mēnsa
    table
  29. mercātor
    merchant
  30. quoque
    also
  31. salūtat
    greets, is greeting
  32. toga
    toga
  33. tunica
    tunic
  34. ad
    to, towards
  35. bibit
    drinks, is drinking
  36. circumspectat
    looks around, is looking around
  37. clamāt
    shouts, is shouting
  38. ecce!
    see! look!
  39. et
    and
  40. exit
    goes out, is going out
  41. expectat
    waits for, is waiting for
  42. forum
    forum, business center
  43. iānua
    door
  44. īrātus
    angry
  45. leō
    lion
  46. magnus
    big, large, great
  47. nāvis
    ship
  48. nōn
    not
  49. portat
    carries, is carrying
  50. respondet
    replies, responds
  51. rīdet
    laughs, smiles
  52. salvē!
    hello!
  53. surgit
    gets up, rises
  54. taberna
    store, shop, inn
  55. videt
    sees
  56. vīlla
    house
  57. vīnum
    wine
  58. agit
    does
  59. negōtiun agit
    does business
  60. ānulus
    ring
  61. cēra
    wax, wax tablet
  62. coquit
    cooks, is cooking
  63. cūr?
    why?
  64. ē, ex
    out of, from
  65. ego
    I
  66. ēheu!
    alas! oh, dear!
  67. habet
    has
  68. inquit
    says
  69. iūdex
    judge
  70. mendāx
    liar
  71. pecūnia
    money
  72. perterritus
    terrified
  73. poēta
    poet
  74. quaerit
    searches for, looks for
  75. quis?
    who?
  76. reddit
    gives back
  77. satis
    enough
  78. signum
    sign, seal, signal
  79. you
  80. vēndit
    sells
  81. vocat
    calls
  82. adest
    is here
  83. adsunt
    are here
  84. agricola
    farmer
  85. ambulat
    walks
  86. audit
    hears, listens
  87. clāmor
    shout, uproar
  88. contendit
    hurries
  89. currit
    runs
  90. euge!
    hurrah!
  91. fābula
    play, story
  92. fābulam agit
    acts in a play
  93. fēmina
    woman
  94. hodiē
    today
  95. iuvenis
    young man
  96. meus
    my, mine
  97. multus
    much
  98. multī
    many
  99. optimus
    very good, excellent, best
  100. petit
    heads for, attacks, seeks
  101. plaudit
    applauds, claps
  102. puella
    girl
  103. senex
    old man
  104. spectat
    looks at, watches
  105. stat
    stands
  106. turba
    crowd
  107. ubi?
    where?
  108. urbs
    city
  109. venit
    comes
  110. abest
    is out, is away
  111. aberat
    was out, was absent
  112. avārus
    miser
  113. bonus
    good
  114. emit
    buys
  115. erat
    was
  116. ferōciter
    fiercely
  117. festīnat
    hurries
  118. fortis
    brave, strong
  119. fūr
    thief
  120. īnfāns
    baby, child
  121. intentē
    intently
  122. lībertus
    freedman, ex-slave
  123. ōlim
    once, some time ago
  124. parvus
    small, little
  125. per
    through
  126. postquam
    after, when
  127. pulsat
    hit, punches
  128. quod
    because
  129. rēs
    thing
  130. scrībit
    writes
  131. subitō
    suddently
  132. superat
    overcomes, overpowers
  133. tum
    then
  134. tuus
    your, yours
  135. vituperat
    finds fault with, tells off, curses
  136. cēnat: cēnāvit
    eats dinner, dines
  137. centuriō
    centurion
  138. cōnspicit: cōnspexit
    catches sight of
  139. cum
    with
  140. facit: fēcit
    makes, does
  141. heri
    yesterday
  142. ingēns
    huge
  143. intellegit: intellēxit
    understands
  144. lacrimat: lacrimāvit
    cries, weeps
  145. mortuus
    dead
  146. nārrat: nārrāvit
    tells, relates
  147. necat: necāvit
    kills
  148. nihil
    nothing
  149. omnis
    all
  150. parat: parāvit
    prepares
  151. pestis
    pest, rascal
  152. pōculum
    cup (often for wine)
  153. prōcēdit: prōcessit
    advances, proceeds
  154. prope
    near
  155. pulcher
    beautiful, handsome
  156. rogat, rogāvit
    asks
  157. tacitē
    quietly
  158. tamen
    however
  159. terret: terruit
    frightens
  160. umbra
    ghost, shadow
  161. valdē
    very much, very
  162. agitat: agitāvit
    chases
  163. cōnsūmit: cōnsūmpsit
    eats
  164. dūcit: dūxit
    leads
  165. eum
    him
  166. facile
    easily
  167. ferōx
    fierce, ferocious
  168. gladius
    sword
  169. habitat: habitāvit
    lives
  170. hic
    this
  171. ignāvus
    cowardly, lazy
  172. incitat: incitāvit
    urges on, encourages
  173. nūntius
    messenger
  174. pēs
    foot, paw
  175. porta
    gate
  176. postulat: postulāvit
    demands
  177. puer
    boy
  178. pugnat: pugnāvit
    fights
  179. recumbit: recubuit
    lies down, reclines
  180. saepe
    often
  181. sanguis
    blood
  182. silva
    woods, forest
  183. spectāculum
    show, spectacle
  184. statim
    immediately, at once
  185. tōtus
    whole
  186. agnōscit: agnōvit
    recognizes
  187. celebrat: celebrāvit
    celebrates
  188. celeriter
    quickly
  189. cīvis
    citizen
  190. dat: dedit
    gives
  191. diēs
    day
  192. diēs nātālis
    birthday
  193. ēmittit: ēmīsit
    throws, sends out
  194. exercet: exercuit
    exercises
  195. fert: tulit
    brings, carries
  196. homō
    man, person
  197. hospes
    guest
  198. ille
    that
  199. īnspicit: īnspexit
    looks at, inspects, examines
  200. iterum
    again
  201. manet: mānsit
    remains, stays
  202. medius
    middle
  203. mox
    soon
  204. nōtus
    well-known, famous
  205. offert: obtulit
    offers
  206. ostendit: ostendit
    shows
  207. paulīsper
    for a short time
  208. post
    after
  209. revenit: revēnit
    comes back, returns
  210. suus
    his
  211. trādit: trādidit
    hands over
  212. abit: abiit
    goes away
  213. accipit: accēpit
    accepts, receives
  214. callidus
    clever, smart
  215. capit: cēpit
    takes
  216. contentus
    satisfied
  217. exclāmat: exclāmāvit
    exclaimes
  218. frāter
    brother
  219. imperium
    empire
  220. inimīcus
    enemy
  221. invenit: invēnit
    finds
  222. it: iit
    goes
  223. liber
    book
  224. nōs
    we
  225. nūntiat: nūntiāvit
    announces
  226. pāx
    peace
  227. portus
    harbor
  228. quam
    than, how
  229. semper
    always
  230. sententia
    opinion
  231. servat: servāvit
    saves, protects
  232. sōlus
    alone, lonely
  233. tacet: tacuit
    is silent, is quiet
  234. uxor
    wife
  235. vehementer
    violently, loudly
  236. vōs
    you (plural)
  237. convenit: convēnit
    gather, meets
  238. crēdit: crēdidit (+ DAT)
    trusts, believes, has faith in
  239. down from, about
  240. favet: fāvit (+ DAT)
    favors, supports
  241. gēns
    family
  242. invītat: invitāvit
    invites
  243. legit: lēgit
    reads
  244. līberālis
    generous
  245. minimē!
    no
  246. mūrus
    wall
  247. noster
    our
  248. nunc
    now
  249. placet: placuit (+DAT)
    it pleases, it suits
  250. prīmus
    first
  251. prōmittit: prōmīsit
    promises
  252. pugna
    a fight
  253. rapit: rapuit
    seizes, grabs
  254. secundus
    second
  255. senātor
    senator
  256. sollicitus
    worried, anxious
  257. stultus
    stupid
  258. tertius
    third
  259. ūtilis
    useful
  260. verberat: verberāvit
    strikes, beats
  261. vir
    man
  262. āmittit: āmīsit
    loses
  263. cinis
    ash
  264. complet: complēvit
    fills
  265. custōdit: custōdīvit
    guards
  266. dēnsus
    thick
  267. epistula
    letter
  268. flamma
    flame
  269. fortiter
    bravely
  270. frūstrā
    in vain
  271. fugit: fūgit
    runs away, flees
  272. fundus
    farm
  273. iacet: iacuit
    lies (down)
  274. iam
    now
  275. igitur
    therefore
  276. incidit: incidit
    falls
  277. mīrābilis
    marvelous, strange, wonderful
  278. mittit: mīsit
    sends
  279. mōns
    mountain
  280. nūbēs
    cloud
  281. paene
    nearly, almost
  282. sentit: sēnsit
    feels
  283. tandem
    at last
  284. templum
    temple
  285. terra
    ground, land
  286. timet: timuit
    is afraid, fears
  287. ūnus
    one
  288. duo
    two
  289. trēs
    three

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