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Haec
These things
ubi
when
dicta
have been said
cavum
hollow
cuspide
spear
montem
mountain
impulit
he struck
latus
side
ac
and
venti
winds
velut
just as
agmine
column
facto
in a formed
qua
where
data
had been given
porta
an opening
ruunt
burst forth
terras
the lands
turbine
with a whirlwind
perflant
blow over
incubuere
they fell over
mari
the sea
totumque
the whole
sedibus
seats/depths
imis
lowest
una
as one / together
Eurusque
East wind
notusque
south wind
ruunt
overturn
creberque
frequent
procellis
in it's blasts
africus
southwest wind
vastos
huge
volvunt
they rolled
litora
shores
fluctus
waves
insequitor
follows
clamorque
and shouting
virum
of men
stridorque
creeking
rudentum
of the cables
eripiunt
they snatch
subito
suddenly
nubes
the clouds
caelumque
the heavens
diemque
the day
teucrorum
the trojans
oculis
from the eyes
ponto
on the sea
nox
night
incubat
falls
atra
the dark
intonuere
have thundered
poli
heavens
crebris
frequent
micat
flashes
ignibus
lightning / fires
aether
the sky
praesentemque
instant
intenant
threaten
omnia
everything
mortem
death
extemplo
immediatly
solvuntur
relaxed
frigore
with a chill
membra
the limbs of
ingemit
he groans
duplicis
both
tendens
stretching
sidera
stars
palmas
hands
talia
such things
voce
with his voice
refert
he says
terque
thrice
quaterque
and four times
beati
blessed
quis
to whom
ante
before
ora
the faces
patrum
of their fathers
moenibus
walls
altis
lofty
contigit
it befell
oppetere
to meet death
Danuam
Greeks
fortissime
most brave
gentis
of the nation
Tydide
diamedes (son of tydidus)
mene
why is it that
iliacis
trojan
occumbere
have fallen on
campis
battle fields
potuisse
could
tuaque
and by this
animam
spirit
hanc
this
effundere
pour out
dextra
right hand
saevus
cruel
Aeacidae
Achilles
telo
spear
iacet
lies
ingens
mighty
tot
so many
correpta
snatched up
undis
waves water
scuta
sheilds
galeasque
helmets
fortia
brave
corpora
bodies
volvit
rolls