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Achilles
greatest of the Greek heroes at Troy
aequor
the sea, surface of the sea, a level surface
aequus
even, level, just, fair
ago
drive, do, pursue, conduct; imp: Come!
ait
says, asserts
ardeo
be on fire, burn, blaze
arvum
plowed land, cultivated field, field
ater
black, dark, sable, dusky; gloomy
audeo
dare, venture, ask
audio
hear, listen to
averto
turn away, avert, remove
bis
twice, double
capio
seize, grasp, capture
casus
fall, falling-down, ruin, failure
causa
cause, reason, motive
cavus
hollow, excavated
centum
100
cerno
separate, distinguish, discern, percieve
cingo
equip, gird oneself; surround, encircle
clamor
shout
comes
friend, companion, comrade
condo
found, establish, build
contra
against, opposite, facing
corripio
seize, snatch, grasp; attack
credo
believe, trust, confide in
crudelis
cruel, unfeeling, hard
cursus
running course, a run, journey
Danaus
of Danaus (famous Greek king); pl: the Greeks
dies
day
dolor
pain, suffering, anguish, distress, grief, trouble
donum
gift, present
dulcis
sweet, agreeable, delightful
durus
hard, harsh, vigorous; pitiless, unyielding
enim
for, namely, that is to say
equidem
indeed, truly
equus
horse
eripio
tear out, wrest, pluck, tear; rescue, deliver, free
erro
wander, stray, roam; be in error
etiam
also, too, even; still
extremus
outermost, utmost, farthest; remotest; tip
facio
make, do, produce, build
finis
end, boundary, limit; pl: territory
flutus
wave, tide, billow, surge
fors
chance, luck, fortune
fortis
brave, strong, courageous
fortuna
fortune, chance, luck
fuga
flight, rapid motion
fugio
flee, run away, escape
fundo
fundere - pour, pour out, shed; spread
furo
rage, rave, be out of one's mind
furor
raving, rage, madness, fury, passion
gemitus
groan, sighing, complaint
genitor
father
genus
race, stock, family; birth, noble birth; descendant
gravis
heavy, weighty, burdened
haud
not, not at all, by no means
heu
alas!
homo
person, human being, man
iacto
throw out; consider, discuss; pronounce, utter, speak
idem
the same
imago
image; ghost, vision; reminder
immanis
huge; monstrous, frightful
imperium
command, order; supreme power
imus
lowest, deepest, last
incipio
begin
insto
stand upon, take a position; press, pursue
interea
meanwhile
Iovis
Jove, Jupiter
ira
anger, fury, hate
iungo
join, unite, connect
laetus
joyous, happy, delighted; pleasant, grateful
Latium
district in Italy south of the Tiber
lego
gather, collect, choose, pick; survey
lumen
light; pl: eyes
malus
evil, wicked bad; hostile
maneo
remain, stay
mare
sea
metus
fear, dread, apprehension
misceo
mix, mingle, intermingle
mitto
send, let go; throw; dismiss
mons
mountain, hill; mass, heap
morior
die, expire; decay, wither
mors
death
murus
wall, city wall
namque
for
navis
ship
neque
same as nec, and not, also not; neither...nor
nomen
name, title
nos
we, us
notus
known, famous, customary
novus
new, young, fresh; novel
nubes
cloud, mist, vapor
numen
divinity, divine, power; a god or goddess
opus
work, labor toil; structure artistic work
orbis
circle; world; shield
Pallas
ally of Aeneas, son of Evander
parens
parent
paro
prepare, arrange, make ready
pelagus
sea
pono
put, place; establish; lay down
populus
people, nation
porta
door, gate; avenue, entrance, outlet
pro
for; before, on account of; instead of
puer
boy
pulcher
beautiful, handsome; fine, noble
puppis
stern, poop; ship
quaero
seek, look for, ask for
qualis
what sort?; of such a kind, such as
quam
how, how much; than
rapio
seize, snatch, tear, pluck; drive
reddo
drive back, restore; reply, answer
relinquo
leave, abandon, relinquish
Romanus
Roman
ruo
rush, hurry; fall down, tumble
sacer
holy, sacred
saevus
savage, fierce, ferocious; terrible
saxum
large stone, boulder, rock
scopulus
rock, cliff, crag, ledge
sedes
seat, dwelling-place; foundation
sese
same as se - himself, herself, itself, themselves
sidus
constellation, group of stars; the sky, heaven
silva
wood, forest
solus
alone, only, single, sole
somnus
sleep, slumber
sors
fate, lot; prophecy; destiny, fortune
spes
hope
spolium
pl: arms stripped from an enemy; booty
subeo
go under, enter; come up, advance; support; follow
super
above, over, on top of
supplex
suppliant, beseeching, entreating
surgo
rise, get up, stand up; ascend
tamen
however, nevertheless, still
tantum
so much, so greatly
tellus
earth, globe, land, ground
templum
temple, sanctuary, shrine
tempus
time; occasion, opportunity
tendo
stretch, extend; present; aim; exert, strive
tergum
back, rear; hide, leather
tollo
lift, raise; erect; extol, exalt
Troianus
Trojan
turbo
turbare - disturb, make an uproar
Tyrius
Tyrian, of Tyre
ullus
any, any one
umerus
shoulder, upper arm
una
at once, together, at the same time
vates
seer, prophet
Venus
goddess of Love, Aeneas's mother
vertex
whirlpool, vortex
verto
turn, direct, change; twist; destroy
verus
true, real, actual, genuine
vinco
conquer, overcome, defeat; banish
volo
velle - wish, want, desire
volo
volare - fly
vultus
face, appearance; expression