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149 Cards in this Set

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rari (line 118)
rarus, rara, rarum: scattered, far apart
rimis (line 123)
rima, rimae, feminine: crack, fissure
torquet (line 108)
torqueo, torquere, torsi, tortus: turn, twist, whirl
vehebat (line 113)
veho, vehere, vexi, vectus: carry, convey
vertice (line 114)
vertex, verticis, masculine: peak, summit, head, top; whirlpool
volvitur (line 116)
volvo, volvere, volvi, volutus: revolve, (un)roll, roll (round, through); undergo
nantes (line 118)
no, nare, navi, natus: swim, float
latentia (line 108)
lateo, latere, latui: lie hidden, hide, lurk
pendet (line 106)
pendeo, pendere, pependi: hang
undas (line 119)
unda, undae, feminine: wave, billow, water, sea
vi (line 4)
vis, vis, feminine: force, violence, energy
vocibus (line 64)
vox, vocis, feminine: voice, word, speech, sound
Aeneae (line 92)
Aeneas, Aeneae, (acc. Aenean), masculine: Trojan prince, son of Venus and Anchises, hero of the AENEID
crebris (line 90)
creber, crebra, crebrum: frequent, crowded
fovet (line 18)
foveo, fovere, fovi, fotus: cherish, fondle
frigore (line 92)
frigus, frigoris, neuter: cold, chill
imgemit (line 93)
ingemo, ingemere, ingemui: groan
membra (line 92)
membrum, membri, neuter: limb, member, part
nimbrorum (line 80)
nimbus, nimbi, masculine: storm cloud, rainstorm
nubes (line 88)
nubes, nubis, feminine: cloud, fog, mist
oculis (line 89)
oculus, oculi, masculine: eye
oppetere (line 96)
oppeto, oppetere, oppetivi, oppetitus: encounter, meet (death)
tendit (line 18)
tendo, tendere, tetendi, tentus: stretch; hasten, strive, (ex)tend, aim
aperit (line 107)
aperio, aperire, aperui, apertus: open, disclose
correpta (line 100)
corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus: snatch (up)
ferit (line 103)
ferio, ferire: strike, beat
fluctu (line 106)
fluctus, fluctus, masculine: wave, tide, flood, sea
franguntur (line 104)
frango, frangere, fregi, fractus: break, shatter
galeas (line 101)
galea, galeae, feminine: helmet
harenis (line 107)
harena, harenae, feminine: sand, beach
insequitur (line 105)
insequor, insequi, insecutus: follow, pursue
sedibus (line 84)
sedes, sedis, feminine: seat; abode, habitation; bottom; tomb, shrine; place, region
talibus (line 74)
talis, tale: such, of such sort, the following
tantae (line 11)
tantus, tanta, tantum: so great, so much, so far
arces (line 20)
arx, arcis, feminine: citadel, fort; height, hill
aequora (line 43)
aequor, aequoris, neuter: sea, waves
atris (line 60)
ater, atra, atrum: black, gloomy, deadly
classem (line 39)
classis, class, feminine: fleet, army, ship
coniunx (line 47)
coniunx, coniugis, masculine/feminine: husband/wife
corpora (line 101)
corpus, corporis, neuter: body, corpse, form
fato (line 2)
fatum, fati, neuter: fate, destiny, doom; oracle
genus (line 6)
genus, generis, neuter: birth, origin, race; descendant; kind, family
litora (line 3)
litus, litoris, neuter: shore, strand, coast, beach
loca (line 51)
locus, loci, masculine (pl. loci, loca): place, region; condition, situation; opportunity
moenia (line 7)
moenia, moenium, neuter plural: walls; city; structures
caelum (line 58)
caelum, caeli, neuter: sky, heaven; weather
laxas (line 63)
laxus, laxa, laxum: loose, free, lax
numen (line 48)
numen, numinis, neuter: divinity, divine power (will, favor, purpose, presence)
oris (line 1)
ora, orae, feminine: shore, coast, region, border
ostia (line 14)
ostium, ost(i)i, neuter: mouth, entrance; harbor
pectore (line 36)
pectus, pectoris, neuter: breast, heart, soul
ponto (line 40)
pontus, ponti, masculine: sea
posthabita (line 16)
posthabeo, posthabere, posthabui, posthabitus: place after, esteem less
puppes (line 69)
puppis, puppis, feminine: stern; ship, vessel, galley
regni (line 78)
regnum, regni, neuter: royal power, kingdom, realm, rule, sway, sovereignty
ruebant (line 35)
ruo, ruere, rui, ru(i)tus: fall; rush; sink; plow
sanguine (line 19)
sanguis, sanguinis, masculine: blood, race, descendant
caput (line 127)
caput, capitis, neuter: head; summit; life, person
murmure (line 124)
murmur, murmuris, neuter: murmur, roar, rumble
pelagi (line 138)
pelagus, pelagi, neuter: sea, flood, waves
sorte (line 139)
sors, sortis, feminine: lot, fate, destiny
clauso (line 141)
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus: (en)close, hem in
immania (line 139)
immanis, immane: huge, monstrous, enormous, mighty, dreadful, cruel, atrocious
carcere (line 141)
carcer, carceris, neuter: prison, inclosure
saxa (line 139)
saxum, saxi, neuter: stone, rock, reef, cliff, crag
moles (line 134)
moles, molis, feminine: mass, burden, heap
saevum (line 138)
saevus, saeva, saevum: fierce, cruel, stern
miscere (line 134)
misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtus: mix, confuse, stir (up)
micat (line 90)
mico, micare, micui: quiver, flash
auribus (line 152)
auris, auris, feminine: ear
cecidit (line 154)
cado, cadere, cecidi, casus: fall, subside
contendunt (line 158)
contendo, contendere, contendi, contentus: strive, hasten
das (line 79)
do, dare, dedi, datus: give, grant, allow, bestow; put, place, make
fidus (line 188)
fidus, fida, fidum: faithful, trusty
defessi (line 157)
defessus, defessa, defessum: weary, tired, worn
flectit (line 156)
flecto, flectere, flexi, flexus: bend, turn, guide
gemini (line 162)
geminus, gemina, geminum: twin, double, two
humi (line 193)
humus, humi, feminine: ground, earth, soil
iactet (line 140)
iacto, iactare, iactavi, iactatus: toss, buffet, vaunt
imminet (line 165)
immineo, imminere: hang over, threaten
intentant (line 91)
intento, intentare, intentavi, intentatus: threaten, aim
pascitur (line 186)
pascor, pasci, pastus: feed, graze
petere (line 158)
peto, petere, petivi, petitus: seek, attack, aim (at), ask; scan
scopulo (line 145)
scopulus, scopuli, masculine: rock, cliff
seditio (line 149)
seditio, seditionis, feminine: riot, strife
silent (line 152)
sileo, silere, silui: be silent, be still
vincula (line 168)
vinc(u)lum, vinc(u)li, neuter: chain, bent, hooked
vulgus (line 149)
vulgus, vulgi, neuter (masculine): crowd, throng, herd
ostendunt (line 206)
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus: show, promise
casus (line 204)
casus, casus, masculine: chance, (mis)fortune; fall
rebus (line 207)
res, rei, feminine: thing, affair, matter, deed, fact, fortune; state, commonwealth
spem (line 209)
spes, spei, feminine: hope, expectation
dapibus (line 210)
daps, dapis, feminine: feast, banquet
secant (line 212)
seco, secare, secui, sectus: cut, divide
ministrant (line 213)
ministro, ministrare, ministravi, ministratus: tend, serve, supply
vires (line 214)
vis, vis, feminine: force, violence, energy
socios (line 217)
socius, socii, masculine: ally, comrade, follower
ales (line 394)
ales, alis, masculine (feminine): bird, fowl
bis (line 393)
twice
cadet (line 334)
cado, cadere, cecidi, casus: fall, sink, die
caecus (line 349)
ceacus, caeca, caecum: blind, hidden, dark
celavit (line 351)
celo, celare, celavi, celatum: hide, conceal
coturno (line 337)
cot(h)urnus, cot(h)urni, masculine: high boot, buskin
ditissiumus (line 343)
di(ve)s, di(vi)tis: rich, wealthy + genitive
egens (line 384)
egeo, egere, egui: be needy, lack
fama (line 379)
fama, famae, feminine: fame, report, reputation
fastigia (line 342)
fastigium, fastig(i)i, neuter: summit, top, point
genu (line 320)
genu, genus, neuter: knee
invisus (line 387)
invisus, invisa, invisum: hateful, hated, odious
limina (line 389)
limen, liminis, neuter: threshold, doorway, entrance; abode, shrine; palace
lusit (line 352)
ludo, ludere, lusi, lusus: play with, deceive, mock
lux (line 306)
lux, lucis, feminine: light, sun, day; life, glory
more (line 318)
mos, moris, masculine: custom, manner, law
odium (line 361)
odium, od(i)i, neuter: hate, hatred, enmity
ominibus (line 346)
omen, ominis, neuter: omen, auspices
opes (line 364)
ops, opis, feminine: help, resources, wealth, power
penates (line 377)
penates, penatium, masculine: household gods
pharetra (line 323)
pharetra, pharetrae, feminine: quiver
pondus (line 359)
pondus, ponderis, neuter: weight, burden
retexit (line 356)
retego, retegere, retexi, retectus: uncover, disclose
scelere (line 347)
scelus, sceleris, neuter: crime, villainy, sin
securus (line 350)
securus, secura, securum: free from care, careless, heedless + genitive
secutus (line 382)
sequor, sequi, secutus: follow, attend, pursue, accompany, seek
tutum (line 391)
tutus, tuta, tutum: safe, protected, secure
umbris (line 311)
umbra, umbrae, feminine: shade, shadow, ghost
umeris (line 318)
umerus, umeri, masculine: shoulder
agmine (line 434)
agmen, agminis, neuter: army, line, troop; course
alii (line 427)
alius, alia, aliud: other, another, else
ardentes (line 423)
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsus: burn, be eager
cernitur (line 440)
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus: discern, perceive, understand, decide; fight
cunctis (line 518)
cuntus, cuncta, cunctum: all, whole, entire
excidunt (line 429)
excido, excidere, excidi, excisus: cut out, destroy; fall from, perish
exercet (line 499)
exerceo, exercere, exercui, exercitus: drive, exercise, perform, be busy, train
effodiunt (line 427)
effodio, effodere, effodi, effossus: dig out, excavate
curru (line 468)
currus, currus, masculine: chariot, car
foribus (line 505)
foris, foris, feminine: door, gate, entrance
inani (line 465)
inanis, inane: empty, idle, useless, vain
instant (line 423)
insto, instare, institi: urge on, press on (+ dative)
iura (line 507)
ius, iuris, neuter: right, law, decree, justice
lacrimans (line 459)
lacrimo, lacrimare, lacrimavi, lacrimatus: weep, shed tears, lament
lecti (line 518)
lego, legere, legi, lectus: choose, collect, select
leges (line 507)
lex, legis, feminine: law, jurisdiction, regulation, decree
metus (line 463)
metus, metus, masculine: fear, anxiety, dread
miratur (line 456)
miror, mirari, miratus: wonder (at), admire
muros (line 483)
murus, muri, masculine: (city) wall, battlement, rampart
salutem (line 451)
salus, salutis, feminine: safety, salvation, health
gradibus (line 448)
gradus, gradus, masculine: step, stride, gait
luco (line 450)
lucus, luci, masculine: (sacred) grove, wood
lustrat (line 453)
lustro, lustrare, lustravi, lustratus: purify, survey, traverse