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lugeo, lugere, luxi, luctus
to mourn, lament, deplore; to mourn, be in mourning
venustus, a, um
charming, attractive; interesting
venustas, venustatis
f. beauty, charm, attraction
plus
more
oculus, oculi
m. eye; eye, bud; sight, vision; mind's eye
ocellus, ocelli
m. little eye; gem; darling
mellitus, a, um
honeyed; sweet as honey
mel, mellis
n. honey
nosco, noscere, novi, notus
to get to know, become acquainted with, learn; to recognize
gremium, gremii
n. lap, bosom; womb
salio, salire, salui, saltum
to mount; to jump, leap, hop
circumsilio, circumsilire, circumsilivi, circumsilitus
to hop around
huc...illuc
here...to that place
pipio, pipiare, pipiavi, pipiatus
to chirp
usque
all the way, right on; all the time, continuously
tenebrae, tenebrarum
f. darkness; night; blindness; dark place, haunts; unconsciousness
nego, negare, negavi, negatus
to deny; to say no
unde
from where, whence; from whom
undique
from all directions, on all sides, everywhere; in all respects, completely
ubique
everywhere, anywhere
bellus, a, um
pretty; fine, nice
bellum, belli
n. war; warfare
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
to take away, bear off; to remove, withdraw; to steal; to kill
opera, operae
f. effort, pains, exertion; work; care, attention; service, assistance; leisure
opus, operis
n. work; product of work; literary work, composition, book; work of art
fleo, flere, flevi, fletus
to cry for, mourn; to cry
flo, flare, flavi, flatus
to blow; to breathe, exhale
fluo, flere, fluxi, fluxum
to flow, to run down, drip; to overflow
turgidus, a, um
swollen, puffed up; inflated; turgid, bombastic