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profugus, a, um
fugitive
casus, -us, m
a fall, misfortune
opus, -eris, n
works, resources, acheivements
posthabeo (2), -ui, -itum
esteem less
colo, (3), -ui, cultum
cultivate, care for, esteem
prōgĕnĭes , ēi, f
race, Descendants, posterity, offspring
arx, arcis f
tower, fortress
(inm) immitis, e
merciless
arceo, (2), -cui, arctum
shut up, prevent from approaching
laetus, a, um
cheerful, joyful
ruo, (3), -i
churn up, rush headlong
exuro, (3), -ussi, -ustus
burn up
noxa, -ae
harm, injury
rapidus, a, um
swift (consuming)
iaculor, -ari, -atus
hurl, throw
corripio, (3), -ui, -eptum
seize
scopulus, -i
rock, crag
ast
but, however
incedo, (3), -cessi, -cessus
walk proudly, stride
praeterea
in add., as well, besides, moreover
(hereafter)
ara, -ae
altar
voluto (1)
ponder, turnover
fetus, a, um
teeming, pregnant
Auster, -tri m
south wind
luctor, -ari, -atus
wrestle, struggle
carcer, -eris m
prison
freno (1)
murmur, (roar)
celsus, a, um
lofty
verro (1)
sweep
abdo, (3), -didi, -ditum
put away, hide
incutio, -ere, -cussi, -cussum
strike
obruo, (3), -ui, -utum
crush
proprius, a, um
not common with others, own special, individual
proles, -is f
offspring, progeny
opto, (1)
desire, hope for
capesso, (3), -ivi, -itum
undertake, perform
fas (indecl)
duty
concilio, (1)
win over, unite
epulae, -arum
feast, banquet
cavus, a, um
hollow
cuspis , ĭdis, f
spear
incumbo, (3), -cubui, -cubitum
(+dt) lie upon, brood over
una (ab)
together
Eurus, i
east wind
Notus, i
south wind
procella, -ae
blast, gust
Africus, -i
south west wind
rudens, -ntis (m)
rope
intono, (1)
thunder, roar
polus, -i
pole
mico, (1), -ui
flash
intento, (1)
threaten, aim
extemplo
immediately, forthwith
contingo, contingere, -i, -tactus
(+dt) touch, make contact w/
Iliacus, a, um
Trojan
occumbo, (3), -cubui, -cubitum
fall in death
ăquĭlo , ōnis, m
north wind
fĕrĭo , īre
strike, beat
prora, -ae
prow
cumulus, -i
mass, heap
praeruptus, a, um
steep, towering
furo, (3)
seethe, rage, rush furiously
aestus , ūs
heat, fire, surge, swell
(boiling surge)
abripio, (3), -ui, -reptus
carry off, snatch away
lateo, (2), -ui
(latentia)
hide, lurk
dorsum , i, n
ridge, back
urgeo, (2), ursi
drive, force, press
inlido, (3), -si, -sum
(+dt) dash against/into (the ship)
vadum, -i
shallows, shoals, depths
excutio, (3), -cussi, -cussus
cast out, shake off
voro (1)
swallow, devour
(app) adpareo, (2), -ui, -itus
appear
gurgeo, -etis (m)
abyss, gulf, whirlpool
validus, a, um
strong, stout,
grandaevus, a, um
aged, old
compages, is (f)
joint seem, fastening
imber, -ris (m)
rain, flood, water
fatisco, (3)
split, open, gape
com-mŏvĕo , mōvi, mōtum, 2
move, disturb
rĕ-fundo , fūdi, fūsum, 3
pour back
stagnum, -i
still waters, depths
efferro, ferre, extuli, elatus
lift raise
ruina, -ae
a rushing down, tumbling, falling down, fall
commissum, -i
crime, fault
luo, -ere
looseen, release, (atone for)
mātūro , āvi, ātum, 1
hasten, speed, ripen
sors, -tis (f)
fate, destiny
aula, -ae
court, hall
(ad)annitor,nīsus or nixus, 3
strive, lean against
detrudo, (3), -si, -sum
push off, dislodge
Syrtis, -is f
sandsy area between Carthage & Cyrene, proverbially dangerous to shipping.
rota, -ae
wheel, chariot
perlabor, (3), -lapsum
glide over
coorior, ortus, 4
to come forth, stand up, arise, appear, rise
fax, -cis (f)
a torch, firebrand
arrigo, (3), -rexi, -rectus
raise, prick up
fragor, -oris (m)
crash, uproar
lorum, -i
reins
defetiscor, -tisci, defessus
be exhausted/ weary
cursus, -us (m)
a course, way, path
secessus, -us (m)
inlet
obiectus, -us (m)
projection, barrier
scindo , scĭdi, scissum, 3
cut, tear, cleave, divide
rupes, -is (f)
crag, cliff
coruscus, a, um
waving, quivering, flashing
horreo, (2), -ui
bristle, shudder, tremble
nemus, -oris (n)
forest, grove