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ECCE ROMANI I
VOCABULARY L ISTED
BY PART OF S PEECH
USING THESE VOCABULARY LISTS
The words in these chapter vocabulary lists are listed by part of speech. Use the
lists to test yourself or work with a partner. Cut a notch in the top of a piece of
paper. Cover the column of English meanings with the notched paper, allowing
the notch in your paper to expose one Latin word at a time with its English
meaning covered. Give the English meaning of that Latin word, and then move
the notched paper down to expose the next Latin word. Check yourself as you go.
Continue until you reach the bottom of the page. Then reverse the process and
test yourself on your ability to give the Latin word for each English word you
expose. Repeat the process as many times as necessary.
Latin words not in boldface are for recognition only. This means that you only
need to be able to recognize the Latin word and give its English meaning.
Latin words in boldface are for mastery. You are expected to have a more active
knowledge of these words. In addition to being able to give the English meaning
for the Latin word, you should be able to give the Latin word for the English.
Thus, when you expose the English word, you should be able to give its Latin
equivalent. Further, you should be able to give whatever forms and information
are contained in the entry for the Latin word.
Test yourself with these lists until you can recognize and give English meanings
for all the Latin words and until you can give the Latin words and the forms and

information contained in the entries for the words in boldface when you expose
only the English meanings.

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ECCE ROMANI I
Chapter 1
NOUNS:
Italia
pictüra
puella
vïlla

Italy
(a/the) picture
(a/the) girl
(a/the) country house

ADJECTIVES:
altera

laeta
Römäna
vïcïna

second, one (of two), the
other (of two),
another
happy, glad
Roman
neighboring, adjacent

VERBS:
habitat

(she/he) lives, is living,
does live / dwells, is
dwelling, does dwell

sedet

(she/he) sits, is sitting,
does sit

legit

(she/he) reads, is reading,
does read
(she/he) writes, is writing,
does write

scrïbit

est

(she/he/it) is

WORDS AND PHRASES:
aestäte
Cür...?
dum
Ecce!
et
etiam
iam
in
in Italiä
in pictürä

in the summer
Why...?
while
Look!
and
also
now
in
in Italy
in a/the picture

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in vïllä
nömine
quae
Quid facit...?
Quis...?
quod
sub arbore
ubi
vïlla rüstica

in a/the country house
by name, named
who
What is...doing? What
does...do?
Who...?
because
under a/the tree
where
(a/the) country house and
farm

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ECCE ROMANI I
Chapter 2
NOUN (Singular/Plural):
In the story in Chapter 2, you saw both singular and plural forms of nouns and adjectives,
so we list both forms here.
amïca / amïcae
friend / friends
ADJECTIVES (Singular/Plural):
dëfessa / dëfessae
strënua / strënuae

tired
active, energetic

hodië
lentë
nön
nön iam
quoque
saepe
tandem

today
slowly
not
no longer
also
often
at last, at length

ADVERBS:

CONJUNCTION:
sed

but

VERBS (Singular/Plural):
In Chapter 2, you learned that there are different endings for singular and plural forms of
verbs, namely, -t and -nt. To call your attention to this distinction, we give the singular
and the plural forms here.
ambulat / ambulant
(she/he) walks, is
walking, does walk /
(they) walk, are
walking, do walk
currit / currunt

est / sunt

(she/he) runs, is running,
does run / (they) run,
are running, do run
(she/he/it) is / (they) are

WORDS AND PHRASES:
ad vïllam rüsticam
brevï tempore
eius

to/toward the country
house and farm
in a short time, soon
her

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ex agrïs
in agrïs
Quid faciunt...?

from/out of the fields
in the fields
What are...doing?

Consolidation
Adverbs and Conjunctions (You have learned the following):
Adverbs:
etiam
also
hodië
today
iam
no
lentë
slowly
nön
not
nön iam
no longer
quoque
also
saepe
often
tandem
at last, at length
Conjunctions:

dum
et
quod
sed
ubi

while
and
because
but
where

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ECCE ROMANI I
Chapter 3
NOUNS (Singular/Plural):
We continue to give singular and plural forms of nouns.
fëmina / fëminae
statua / statuae

amïcus / amïcï
puer / puerï
servus / servï
vir / virï

(a/the) woman / (the)
women
(a/the) statue / (the)
statues
(a/the) friend / (the)
friends
(a/the) boy / (the) boys
(a/the) slave / (the) slaves
(a/the) man / (the) men

ADJECTIVES (Singular/Plural):
For adjectives, we give the singular and plural forms that could be used in phrases such as
the following:
puer ïrätus / puerï ïrätï
servus ïrätus / servï ïrätï
vir ïrätus / virï ïrätï
puella ïräta / puellae ïrätae
alter
altera

Britannicus / Britannicï
Britannica / Britannicae

second, one (of two), the
other (of two),
another
British

ïrätus / ïrätï
ïräta / ïrätae

angry

multï
multae

many

Römänus / Römänï
Römäna / Römänae
sölus / sölï
söla / sölae

Roman

alone

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ADVERBS:
Minimë!
subitö

No! Not at all!
suddenly

VERBS (Singular/Plural):
We divide verbs into groups on the basis of the vowels (a, e, and i or u) that precede the -t
and -nt endings.
clämat / clämant
(he/she) shouts, is
shouting / (they)
shout, are shouting
labörat / labörant
(he/she) works, is
working / (they) work,
are working
rïdet / rïdent

(he/she) laughs, is
laughing, smiles, is
smiling / (they)
laugh, are laughing,
smile, are smiling

cadit / cadunt

(he/she/it) falls, is falling
/ (they) fall, are
falling
(he/she) groans, is
groaning / (they)
groan, are groaning

gemit / gemunt

WORDS AND PHRASES:
Abïte, molestï!
ad piscïnam
eädem
ex hortö
in hortö
in piscïnam
in vïllïs rüsticïs
Ita vërö!
quï

Go away, pests!
to the fishpond
the same
out of the garden
in the garden
into the fishpond
in country houses
Yes! Indeed!
who

OTHER:
-ne

indicates a yes or no
question

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ECCE ROMANI I
Chapter 4
NOUN (Singular/Plural Subject/Complement and Singular Direct Object):
In Chapter 4, you learned the ending -m for direct objects. To call your attention to this
new ending, we give the direct object forms of nouns and adjectives (singular only).
rämus / rämï
(a/the) branch / (the)
rämum
branches
NOUNS (Singular Subjects/Complements and Direct Objects):
fragor
(a/the) crash, noise, din
fragörem
vöx
vöcem

(a/the) voice

ADJECTIVES (Singular/Plural Subjects/Complements and Singular Direct
Objects):
ïnfirmus / ïnfirmï
weak, shaky
ïnfirmum
ïnfirma / ïnfirmae
ïnfirmam
magnus / magnï
magnum

big, great, large

magna / magnae
magnam
molestus / molestï
molestum

troublesome, annoying

molesta / molestae
molestam
sollicitus / sollicitï
sollicitum

anxious, worried

sollicita / sollicitae
sollicitam
PERSONAL PRONOUNS:
Pronouns are words that take the place of nouns, e.g., in English, I, you, he, she, it, we,
you, and they; me, you, him, her, it, us, you, and them.

me (direct object)
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you (direct object)
you (subject)

ADVERBS:
fürtim
semper
tum

stealthily
always
at that moment, then

CONJUNCTION:
igitur

therefore

VERBS (Singular/Plural):
amat / amant
appropinquat / appropinquant + ad + acc.

vexat / vexant

terret / terrent

videt / vident
ascendit / ascendunt

(he/she) likes, loves /
(they) like, love
(he/she) approaches,
comes near (to) /
(they) approach, come
near (to)
(he/she) annoys / (they)
annoy
(he/she/it) frightens,
terrifies / (they)
frighten, terrify
(he/she) sees / (they) see
(he/she) climbs / (they)
climb

cönspicit / cönspiciunt

(he/she) catches sight of /
(they) catch sight of

audit / audiunt

(he/she) hears, listens to /
(they) hear, listen to
(he/she) sleeps / (they)
sleep

dormit / dormiunt

WORDS AND PHRASES:
Cavë!
Dëscende, Sexte!
magnä vöce
nihil
Quälis...?

Be careful!
Come down, Sextus!
in a loud voice
nothing
What sort of...?

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