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balneum, -ī, nt.
bath
hospes, hospitis, m./f.
guest, stranger
cēna, -ae, f.
dinner
iter, itineris, nt.
trip, journey
famēs, famis, f.
hunger
sitis, sitis, f.
thirst (acc.: sitim)
bonum, -ī, nt.
blessing, good
triclīnium, -ī, nt.
dining room
culīna, -ae, f.
kitchen
cocus, -ī, m.
cook
minister, -rī, m.
attendant (< > magister)
medium, -ī, nt.
middle, center
convīvium, -ī, nt.
dinner party
convīva, -ae, m./f.
dinner guest
genus, generis, nt.
kind, sort
vās, vāsis, n.
container, vessel (pl.: vāsa, -ōrum)
argentum, -ī, nt.
silver
holus, holeris, nt.
vegetable
nux, nucis, f.
nut
carō, carnis, f.
meat
sāl, sālis, nt.
salt
merum, -ī, nt.
undiluted, pure wine
lībertīnus, -a, -um
freed (freed slave)
mel, mellis, nt.
honey
inexpectātus, -a, -um
unexpected
tardus, -a, -um
late, tardy
dīligēns
careful, accurate, diligent (diligere)
iūcundus, -a, -um
pleasant, agreeable
molestus, -a, -um
annoying, troublesome
īmus, -a, -um
inmost, bottommost, deepest
argenteus, -a, -um
made of silver
glōriōsus, -a, -um
glorious (full of glory)
acūtus, -a, -um
sharp
merus, -a, -um
undiluted, pure, unmixed
acerbus, -a, -um
bitter
dulcis, -e
sweet
recipio, recipere, recepisse, receptum
receive, keep back, recover
salvēre iubēo
to greet, to bid greet
viso, visere
to go see, visit
requiesco, requiescere
to rest, quiet down
fruor, frui, fructum
to enjoy, profit by, delight in (+ Abl.)
nuntio, nuntiare, -avisse, -atum
to announce
contraho, contrahere, -traxisse,-tractum
to pull together, contract
praesum, preaeesse, praefuisse
to be in charge over (+ Dat.)
ceno, cenare, -avisse, -atum
to dine
perfero, perferre, pertulisse, perlatum
to carry through
aligo, eligere, elegisse, electum
to pick out, choose
coquo, coquere, coxisse, coctum
to cook
exorno, exornare, -avisse, -atum
to decorate
paro, parere, -avisse, -atum
to prepare
sterno, sternere, stravisse, stratum
to spread, strew
accubo, accubare
to recline at the table
accumbo, accumbere, accubuisse
to recline at the table
placeo, placere, placuisse, placitum
to please, to be pleasing to (+ Dat.)
gusto, gustare, -avisse, -atum
to taste
aspergo, aspergere, aspersisse, aspersum
to sprinkle, strew on
fundo, fundere, fudisse, fusum
to pour
misceo, miscere, miscuisse, mixtum
to mix
poto, potare, -avisse, -atum (or potum)
to drink
libero, liberare, -avisse, -atum
to free, set free
apporto, apportare, -avisse, -atum
to carry / bring to
profero, proferre, protulisse, prolatum
to bring forward
exhaurio, exhaurire, exhausisse, exhaustum
to drain, drink up
compleo, complere, complevisse, completum
to fill up, complete
singulī, -ae, -a
one at a time
bīnī, -ae, -a
two at a time
ternī, -ae, -a
three at a time
circiter
around, near (+ Acc.)
diu
for a long time
paulisper
for a short time
demum
finally
prīdem
some time ago, previously
equidem
indeed, truly
sānē
certainly, truly