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alo, ere, ui, itus
nourish, cherish
iamdudum
long since, for some time
succedo, ere, cessi, cessus
approach (dat.)
umens, entis
moist, dewy, wet
fateor, eri, fassus
confess, agree
taeda, ae, f
torch
spargo, ere, rsi, rsus
scatter, sprinkle
pertaedet, ere, taesum
it wearies (gen.)
abigo, ere, egi, actus
drive (away), force
carpo, ere, psi, ptus
consume, waste, pluck
aufero, erre, abstuli, ablatus
take away, carry off
cinis, eris, m
ashes (of the dead)
diligo, ere, lexi, lectus
cherish, love
manes, ium, m
souls (of the dead)
nosco, ere, novi, notus
learn, know
oborior, iri, ortus
arise, spring up
maritus, i, m
suitor, husband
sitis, is, f
thirst, drought
attollo, ere
lift, raise, rear
aquosus, a, um
watery, rainy
exquiro, ere, quisivi, quisitus
seek (out)
lito (1)
sacrifice, appease
quasso (1)
shake, shatter, toss
venia, ae, f
pardon, grace, favor
candens, entis
white, shining
exta, orum, n
entrails, vitals
inhio (1)
yawn, gape
instauro (1)
renew, refresh
linquo, ere, liqui, lictus
leave, desert
medulla, ae, f
marrow
mollis, e
soft, tender, yielding
patera, ae, f
libation bowl
pinguis, e
fat, rich, fertile
pecus, pecudis, f
animal
recludo, ere, si, sus
open, disclose
saltus, us, m
forest, glade
spatior, ari, atus
walk, stride
uro, ere, ussi, ustus
burn, consume
convium, i, n
feast, banquet
exposco, ere, poposci
demand, entreat
gremium, i, n
bosom, lap, embrace
harrundo, inis, f
reed, arrow
letalis, e
deadly, lethal
stratum, i, n
bed, couch
vicissim
in turn, by turns
adeo
to such an extent, so much
minae, arum, f
threat, menace
paciscor, i, pactus
stipulate, bargain
propugnaculum, i, n
battlement, rampart
vereor, eri, itus
fear, dread, revere
abnuo, ere, ui, utus
dissent, refuse
dotalis, e
as a dower
os, ossis, n
bone
confio, fieri, fectus
be done, be finished
retego, ere, texi, tectus
uncover, recover
venor, are, atus
hunt
chlamys, yis, f
cloak, mantle, cape
exorior, iri, ortus
arise, spring up
jubar, aris, n
ray of light, sunshine
pingo, ere, pinxi, pictus
paint, embroider
capra, ae, f
she goat
chorus, i, m
song, dance, choral band
decus, decoris, m
ornament, glory, dignity
eniteo, ere, ui
shine forth, gleam, glitter
iugum, i, n
yoke, mountain ridge
lustrum, i, n
marsh, bog, lair
segnis, e
slow
pronuba, ae, f
matron of honor
amnis, is, m
river, stream
aper, pri, m
wild boar
glomero (1)
roll together, gather, collect
inrito (1)
vex, enrage, provoke
perhibeo, ere, ui, itus
present, say
vigil, ilis
wakeful, watchful, sleepless
pernix, icis
active, nimble
progigno, ere, genui, genitus
bring forth, bear
dignor, are, atus
deem worthy
cretus, a, um
grown, sprung
aggero (1)
heap up
amarus, a, um
bitter, unpleasant
luxus, us, m
luxury, splendor
passim
everywhere, all about
protinus
immediately, continuously
turpis, e
shameful, disgraceful
epulor, ari, atus
feast, banquet (abl.)
exiguus, a, um
small, scanty, petty
molior, iri, itus
(strive to) accomplish
flamen, inis, n
breeze, blast, wind
fretus, a, um
relying on (abl.)
necto, ere, nexi, nectus
bind, fasten
pareo, ere, i, itus
obey, yield (dat.)
trano (1)
swim across, float
adsidue
constantly, ever
alatus, a, um
winged
avus, i, m
grandfather, ancestor
barba, ae, f
whiskers, beard
fundo (1)
found, establish, build
harenosus, a, um
sandy
iaspis, idis
jasper
imber, bris, m
rain, flood, storm, weather
stellatus, a, um
starred
planta, ae, f
heel, sole of foot
nix, nivis, f
snow
magalia, ium, n
huts, hovels
infundo, ere, fudi, fusus
pour on/in
nitor, i, sus
strive, rest on (abl.)
discerno, er,e crevi, cretus
separate
laena, ae, f
mantle, cloak
mandatum, i, n
command, order, behest
obliviscor, i, litus
forget (gen.)
otium, i, n
leisure, idleness, quiet
tenuis, e
slight, thin, fine, delicate
tero, ere, trivi, tritus
rub, wear, waste
potior, ius
better
obmustesco, ere, tui
be dumb, stand speechless
attonitus, a, um
thunderstruck, astounded
apto (1)
equip, make ready, furnish
ambio, iri, ivi, itus
conciliate, go around
exordium, i, n
beginning, commencement
inops, opis
needy, destitute
ocior, ius
swifter, quicker
rumpo, ere, rupi, ruptus
break, burst, utter
obnitor, i, sus
struggle
saltem
at least, at any rate
ultro
further
undosus, a, um
billowy, wavy
infensus, a, um
hostile, bitter
monitum, i, n
advice, warning
colo, ere, ui, cultus
cultivate, dwell in, cherish
fingo, ere, finxi, fictus
imagine, fashion, pretend
recidivus, a, um
revived, renewed
exterus, a, um
outside, foreign
haurio, ire, hausi, haustus
drink (in), drain
igneus, a, um
fiery, flaming
intro (1)
enter, penetrate
invidia, ae, f
grudge, envy, jealousy
quotiens
how often, as often as
testor, ari, atus
call to witness, swear by, testify
tueor, eri, itus
watch, protect, eye
antefero, ferre, tuli, latus
set before, prefer, choose first
cautes, is, f
crag, rock
famula, ae, f
maid servant
scilicet
of course, doubtless
sollicito (1)
agitate, disturb
suspicio, ere, cepi, ceptus
take up, rear
acervus, i, m
heap, pile, mass
angustus, a, um
narrow, strait
callis, is, m
path, track
carina, ae, f
keel, ship
cogo, ere, coegi, coactum
bring together, force
far, farris, n
grain
formica, ae, f
ant
infabricatus, a, um
rough, unfashioned
labefacio, ere, feci, factus
shake, stagger
populo (1)
plunder, ravage, devestate
obnitor, i, sus
lean against, struggle
solor, ari, atus
console, comfort
trudo, ere, si, sus
push, shove
unguo, ere, unxi, unctus
anoint, smear, calk
carbaus, i, f
linen, sail
semita, ae, f
path
summito, ere, misi, missus
submit, lower
careo, ere, ui
be without, lack (abl.)
revello, ere, i, vulsus
tear off
adsiduus, a, um
constant, unchanging
concutio, ere, ussi, ussus
shake, shatter
quercus, i, m
oak
secus
otherwise
tundo, ere, tutudi, tunsus
beat, assail