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abnato, are
swim towards
adfatus
pp address, acost
adversus
adj. facing, hostile
aenum
n. bronze
aequor,oris
n. a flat level surface (of the sea)/sea
aerius
airy
aeternus
eternal, continual, lasting
aethera
pura air, heavens, upper air
agredior
dep. Address, attack
altus
high, deep
ambages
f. (winding of a) labyrinth
amnis, amnem (acc)
stream of water, river
animus
soul, spirit, mind
antrum
n. cave
ara
alter
arbor, arboris
tree
arma
n. weapons
armatus
pp armed, equipped
arx, arcis, arce
citadel
aspectus
m. sight, vision, aspect
asperus
adj. rough, harsh
at
moreover, but, yet
ater, atra, atrum
black, dark
audentior
bolder
aureus
adj. golden
aurum, i
n. gold
aura, ae
wind, air, blowing, breath
aut
either/or
autem
moreover, however, but
aversus
pp. turned back, averted
avis
bird, omen
bellum/bella
war/beauty
bis
twice
bracchium
n. arm, limb
breviter
shortly, briefly, concisely
brumalis
adj. wintry
cano
sing
cantus
4th m. song, tune, melody
carina
f. ship, keel, boat
carmina
songs
carus
high priced, dear
castrum
n. camp
castus
adj. pure, holy, chaste
causa
f. cause, reason
cavtes
f. rock, cliff, craig
cerno
distinguish, separate, decide
cinis, cineris
m. ashes, ambers
claudo
close, shut
comes
companion
comitatus
pp.accompanied
comprime
imp. Stop! (your steps usually)
conicio
hurl
coniunx
m. spouse, husband
conuellere
to tear, pluck up, pull away
convexum
n. hollows, vaults
corda
heart
corpus, corporis
body
corripio
snatch up
crudelis
unfeeling, cruel
cupido
eagerness, desire
cursus
4th m. running, course, march, journey
custos
m. guard, sentinel
deficio
fail, desert, rebel, abandon
demum
at length, at last
domans
pres p. breaking in, taming
domus
house
dura
hard, tough, strong
ecce
behold!
enim
in fact
ensis, is
m. sword
ergo
therefore
eripio, eripui
snatch away
error,oris/erro
noun: maze/verb (1st): wandering, stray, rove
et. . .et
both. . .and
extremum/us
last,end, death, funeral
facies
appearance, face
feralis
funereal, fateful
fero: ferunt
bear, carry
ferrus
sword
ferus
adj: wild; noun: wild beast
fetus
offshoot, fruit, shoot
fingit
pres. Shape, fashion, form, mold
fluenta
f. stream, river
flumina
f. rivers, streams
fore
by chance, accidentally
fores
door, opening, entrance
forte
by chance
frigoris
cold, frost, chill
frons, frondis
f. leaf, foliage, fronds
furens
pres. P. raging
gemitus
4th m. sigh, groan
gens, gentis
family
gravis
heavy, weighty, serious
gressus
m. step, gait, walk
haud
adv. Not, not at all, by no means
heros
n. sing. Hero
hibernus
adj. wintry
horrendus
horrifying, dreadful
horridus
bristly, standing on end, rough, shaggy, hair raising
hospita
guest, foreigner
humum
f. ground, soil
iam
already, now
ianitor
m. doorkeeper
ianua
f. door
imago
f. image, vision, host
immanis
adj. enormous, portentous
imo
deepest, lowest
imperium
n. order, command
inceptum
pp began, undertaken
infelix
unhappy, wretched
infernus
lower (world)
inhumatus
buried
innare
to swim, sail over
insanus
adj. crazy, monstrous
insidium
n. plot, ambush, snare
insignis
distinguished, marked
insignis, e
distinguished, marked
instituo
make firm, establish, place, ordain, resolve, determine
interea
meanwhile
invalidus
adj. weak, powerless, feeble
invictus
adj. unconquered, invincible
involuena
pres p. wrap up, roll up
ira
f. wrath
istinc
from where you are
iter, itineris
journey
iterum
again
itque
and thus, and so
iuro
I swear
iussum
n. orders, commands, behests
iuvenis
m. youth, young (man)
iuxta
nearest, next
labor, laboris
work, toil
lacrima
f. tears
lacus
4th m. lake, marsh
laetatus
pp. exulted, delighted
laetus
happy
latera
n. pl. side, flank
latus
side, flank
lectus, i
m. couch, bed
letum
n. death, destruction
licet
it is permitted
liminum
n. thresholds, doorway
litore
abl. Shore
locum
n. place
lucus, i
sacred woods, groves
lux, lucis, lucem
light
maestus
gloomy, sad, mournful
magnus
great, large
mandatum
n. charges, orders
manis?
acc? Spirits of the departed
mare (nom s)/maria (nom pl)
n. sea
membra
n. limbs
mens, mentis
mind
mersit (from mergo, mergere, mersi)
perf. Sink, drown
miserus
wretched
mitto, immitto, transmitto, admitto
send, send, cross, grant access
monimentum
n. memorial
mons, montis
mountain
mors, mortis
death
navita
m. sailor, ferryman
nefanda
abominable
nefas
n. indecl. Sin, wrong, impiety
nemus, oris
n. sacred woods, groves
nomine
abl. Name
nondum
not yet
nox, noctis
night
nubilum
n. cloud
numen, numinis
n. nod, command, consent
nuntius
messenger/news, message
obscuris
dark, obscured, vague
obsto
stand in the way of
opacus
adj. shady, obscure
opus
n. work, structure
ora?
boundary, edge?
oro
verb: beg
os, oris
n. mouth
os, ossis (ossum)
n. bone
ostium
n. door
palus, paludis
f. swamp, marsh, bog
paro
prepare
pars, partis
part
pectore
able. breast
pectus
breast
pelagum
n. open sea/main/sea
periculum
n. danger
pietas, pietatis
f. devotion, loyalty
pius
dutiful, pious
placidis
adj. calm, gentle
postquam
afterwards
praeterea
moreover
preces
requests, entreaties
precor
dep. I beg, entreat, pray
premo, premere, pressi, pressum
stop (press)
principio
firstly, in the first place
prior
first
procul
at a distance
profundus
adj. profound, deep
proles
f. offspring/descendants
propinquo
approach, draw near (+dat)
proxima
next, nearest
puto
think, consider
quamquam
although
quando
since
quattor
four
quod
because
ramus
m. branch, bough
remus
m. oar
res, rei, rebus
things, objects, matters
responsum
n. answer, oracle, reply, response
revulsus
pp torn off, removed
ripa
f. riverbank
ros, roris
dew, teardrop
rupes, is
f. rock, cliff
rursus
again, backward, anew
sacerdos
priest/priestess
sacrus
sacred, holy
saeculum
n. generation
saeta
hair, bristles
saltem
at least
salutis
health, safety, greetings
sanguinis
blood
sate?
begotten, sown from?
saxum
n. rock
secuta
pp followed
sedes
seat, throne, last home, final resting place
senectus
adj. old/old age
sentus
rough, thorny w/neglect
sepulcrus?
grave, tomb
sepultus
pp. buried
sic
in this way
siderum/sidera
star/constellation
silva
f. forest
similus
like, resembling, similar
simul
at the same time
sino
allow
sinu
4th m. curve, coast, valley
socius
companion
sortis
lots
spelunca
f. cave, grotto
spumantem
pres.p acc. Foaming, frothy
sto
stand
sto, stare, steti, statum
stand
subito
suddenly
superus
heavenly bodies, gods above
supplex
kneeling, supplicating/supplicant
surgens
pp. rising, standing, swelling
tactitus
adj? silent
talis, talia (pl)
of such a kind, such
tandem
at length, at last
tantus
so much
tecta
n. roof, ceiling
tegit
pres. Cover, shelter
tellus
earth
telum
n. weapon, dart
tempus
space, time, section
tendo, tendere
touch, reach (toward, across), grasp
tenebrosus
adj. dark, gloomy
teneo
holding
teneo
hold
tergum
backs, hides
terra
n. earth
thalamus
m. room, marriage bed
totiens
adv. So many times, so often
traxit
perf. He dragged, pulled
trementum
pres.p.acc. Trembling, shaking
tris
three
tristis
adj. sad, glum
ullus, a, um
any
umbra
shadow, shade
unda
f. water/wave
unde
from where, from whence
urbs, urbis
f. city
urna
f. vase, urn
vacca
f. cow
vates
f. sing. Prophetess
vero
truly
verus
true, genuine
vestigium
n. footstep
vestis, is
clothing, garment
via
f. way, road, highway
virga
f. twig, stick
virtus
4th f. manliness, virtue
visum
n. sight, appearance
vivus
alive, living
volantis?
m. birds, fowl (from volitans? Pres. P?)
vulnera
n.pl. wounds
vultus
m. face, aspect