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mind, inclination, desire, enthusiasm, feelings
animus, -i
animated
hang, hang down, be suspended
pendeo, pendere, pependi
pendant
destroy, lose
perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditum
perdre
ah
a
persistent, consistent
assiduus, -a, -um
assidu
expression of grief, mourning
luctus, -us
"i have no luc! i'm sad!"
drive out of one's mind, provoke to panic
externo, externare, externavi, externatum
thorny, spiny, difficult
spinosus, -a, -um
Venus; a temple of Venus was located on Mt. Eryx in Sicily
Erycina, -ae
learned allusion to Venus
Erycina
to sow, plant
sero, serere, sevi, satum
period, season, time, weather, storm
tempestas, tempestatis
bold
ferox, ferocis
ferocious
oak tree, hard timber, strength
robur, roboris
the robber climbed the tree to escape
go or come out, leave
egredior, egredi, egressus sum
the egret came out of the closet
bent, curved, winding
curvus, -a, -um
Piraeus, port of Athens
Piraeus, Piraei
touch, reach, take up (a task)
attingo, attingere, attigi, attactum
tactile
unjust, unfair, lawless
iniustus, -a, -um
injustice
of Gortyn, city on Crete
Gortynius, -a, -um
sacred precinct, temple
templum, -i
present, tell
perhibeo, perhibere, perhibui, perhibitum
cruel, savage, painful
crudelis, -e
crude torture
physical destruction or death, plague
pestis, pestis
drive together, force
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactum
coagulate
of Androgeos, son of Minos and Pasiphae.
Androgeoneus, -a, -um
penalty paid for an offense, punishment
poena, -ae
set free, release, perform or discharge (a vow or penalty)
exsolvo, exsolvere, exsolui, exsolutum
i solute you for gaining your freedom
killing, slaughter
caedes, caedis
chosen for excellence, choice
electus, -a, -um
the elect
as soon as; at the same time, at the same time as, once, together
simul
simultaneously
that which adorns or beautifies, honor, glory
decus, decoris
decorum
(of women) unmarried
innuptus, -a, -um
inept women remain _________.
Athens, from Cecrops, legendary king of Athens
Cecropia, -ae
be accustomed
soleo, solere, solitus sum
feast, banquet
daps, dapis
the Minotaur
Minotaurus, -i
narrow, limited, difficult
angustus, -a, -um
my life is _____ so i'm ang(us)ty
defensive walls or town of a city, town or city enclosed by walls
moenia, -ium
disturb, trouble, agitate, ravage
vexo, vexare, vexavi, vexatum
vex
dear, beloved
carus, -a, -um
I care for you. You are _______ to me.
Athens
Athenae, -arum
throw forward, give up, abandon
proicio, proicere, proieci, proiectum
projectile
desire, choose
opto, optare, optavi, optatum
i opt out of this
rather, more (than)
potius
island of Crete
Creta, -ae
funeral, death, destruction
funus, funeris
not dead before the voyage, but doomed to die
nec funera
carry
porto, portare, portavi, portatum
lean, struggle, strive, rely on
nitor, niti, nixus sum
tonite will be a struggle.
smooth, gentle, mild, soft
lenis, -e
lenient
breeze
aura, -ae
brave, bold
magnanimus, -a, -um
Minos, king of Crete, later a judge in the underworld
Minos, Minois/Minonis
seat, site, home, dwelling
sedes, sedis
sedentary
proud, arrogant
superbus, -a, -um
i think i'm superb.
having strong desire, longing
cupidus, -a, -um
cupid has hit me with his arrow. now i'm full of ______.
catch sight of
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectum
conspicuous
light, day, eye, glory
lumen, luminis
royal, splendid
regius, -a, -um
pleasing to the senses
suavis, -e
suave
breathe out, emit
exspiro, exspirare, exspiravi, exspiratum
pure, virgin, sexually faithful
castus, -a, -um
castrate; chaste
smell, odor, perfume
odor, odoris
couch, bed
lectulus, -i
soft, gentle, flexible, voluptuous
mollis, -e
malleable
embrace
complexus, -us
nourish
alo, alere, alui, altum
"'allo! I am your new French chef!"
river on which Sparta is located
Eurotas, -ae
produce offspring, surround
progigno, progignere, progenui, progenitum
gens, gentis
river, waters of a river
flumen, fluminis
myrtle
myrtus, -i/-us
different
distinctus, -a, -um
lead, bring out, produce
educo, educere, eduxi, eductum
e + duco, ducere
occurring in spring, vernal
vernus, -a, -um
odors of flowers
colores