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absumo
use up; wear out, exhaust
acutus
sharp, pointed
adduco
lead on, bring; draw back, pull taut
admitto
admit, receive; give rein to, direct
adnuo
beckon, nod; nod assent
adoleo
to burn ritually, cremate; to destroy by fire, burn
adversus
opposite (to), facing, turning toward
aemula, ae
a (female) rival
aer, aeris
air
afflo
breathe on, blow
agito
move, shake, stir
agna, ae
ewe lamb
ait
he/she says
ambiguum, ambigui
ambiguity, uncertainty
amor, amoris
love, sexual desire
pl: love affair, lover, object of desire
an
(introducing indirect questions) whether, or, if
aquila
eagle
arcus
bow
arista
grain, kernel
arma
weapons
armentum
herd of cattle
artus
joint of the body; arm, leg, limb
arvum
field
arx
citadel, stronghold; summit, hilltop
asper
rough, harsh; wild, uncultivated
assero
lay claim to, claim as one's own
aura
breath of air, breeze
auratus
golden
aversor
turn away from; reject
avius
pathless, unfrequented, remote
blanditia
flattery
blandus
flattering, coaxing; persuasive, enticing
bracchium
forearm
cacumen
peak, top; treetop
cano
sing, chant; sing about, celebrate
capillus
hair (singular)
carmen
ritual utterance, chant, hymn; poem, song
cedo
go proceed;
(+dat): yield, be inferior to
certus
sure, inescapable, certain
cerva
female deer, doe
cervix
neck
cingo
surround, encircle
citus
swift, rapid
coerceo
restrain, confine; hold back
collum
neck
columba
dove
coma
hair
como
make beautiful, adorn; dress, arrange, comb
complector
hold in the arms, embrace, hug
comprendo
seize, attack
concordo
live in harmony, be in harmony, harmonize
coniunx
spouse
consto
take up a position, stand upon, stand firmly
conubium
marriage, wedding rites
cornu
horn, something made of horn
cortex
tough outer bark of a tree
cresco
be born, arise; increase, change into by growing; grow, bud
crimen
charge, accusation; misdeed, crime
crinis
lock of hair
crus
leg, shin
cursus
running, flight; course
cuspis
sharp point, tip
decens
fitting, appropriate; graceful, attractive
decet
adorn, be fitting, be right for (+acc), be suitable
decor
beauty, grace; elegance, charm
demo
remove, take away; cut off
digitus
finger, toe
diversus
opposite, different, separate
dux
leader; commander, general
eadem
ever the same, immutable
ei
alas
elido
break, shatter, crash through
exosus
(+acc): hating, detesting
expallesco
grow pale
expers
inexperienced (with), without knowledge (of)
exuviae
armor, spoils; the hide stripped from a beast
fallo
deceive, trick; disappoint
fax
torch
fera
wild animal, beast
fidus
faithful, loyal, devoted
figo
drive in, insert; transfix, pierce; fix, press
figura
form, composition; outward appearance
flamen
a blast, gust; wind, breeze
flecto
bend, curve; turn
foris
door, entrance
forma
form, shape; beauty
fors
chance, destiny
frons
foliage, leafy part of a tree
fruor
enjoy
fuga
running away, flight
fugax
evasive, fugitive
fugo
drive away, put to flight, banish
fulgeo
shine brightly, gleam
Gallicus
Gallic, of Gaul
gener
son-in-law
genitor
father, creator
gestamen
equipment, ornament, something worn on the body
grex
herd, flock of sheep
harundo
reed; shaft of an arrow
herba
small plant, herb; grass
hoc...illo
the latter...the former
honor
high esteem, honor; mark of grace, beauty
horridus
rough, wild, uncouth, bristling
hostis
enemy
ideo
therefore, for that reason
ignarus
ignorant, unknowing; unaware
ignis
fire
immineo
rise up, overhang; press closely (upon); threaten
impatiens
(+gen): impatient or intolerant of
impello
strike, beat against; motivate
imperfectus
unfinished, incomplete
impiger
quick, swift
indignus
unworthy (of), not deserving (to) + infinitive; innocent
inhaereo
to be attached to, stick to, hold to
inhibeo
restrain, hold back
innuptus
unmarried
inornatus
unadorned, dishevelled
inquiro
search out, inquire, ask
insequor
pursue, chase
intonsus
uncut, unshorn
inventum
discovery, invention
irrito
provoke, excite, kindle
iste
that, that...of yours (disparaging)
iugalis
marriage, matrimonial, nuptial
iuvenalis
youthful
lacertus
arm, upper arm
laedo
harm, hurt, wound
lascivus
playful, mischievous, naughty
latebra
hiding place, refuge
lateo
lie in hiding, hide
laureus
of laurel, laurel
laurus
laurel tree, bay; sprig, garland, branch of laurel
laus
praise; reputation, honor
levis
light (in weight); nimble; gentle; unsubstantial, thin; quick, fleeting
lex
law; rule, regulation, order
liber
inner bark of a tree; book
lignum
firewood, wood; stump; shaft
lupus
wolf
lustro
move around, wander through, roam
manus
hand
medulla
marrow of the bones (often used to refer to deep emotions)
membrum
part of the body, limb, member
moderatus
temperate, moderate, restrained, slow
modo
recently, just now
modo...modo
at one time...at another
mollis
soft, tender, gentle
morsus
bite; (by metonymy): teeth, jaws
muto
exchange; change, replace, transform
nata
daughter
nego
say not; deny, refuse
nemus
woodland, forest; (sacred) grove
nepos
grandchild; descendant
nervus
muscle, nerve, something made of sinew (like a bow or lyre string)
nimis
too much; too...
nimium
too much, excessively
nitor
brightness, splendor; beauty
noto
mark, brand; scar; notice; inscribe
nudo
strip, lay bare, expose
numen
a nod of assent; divine power, supernatural influence
nuper
recently
nutrio
feed at the breast; support, nourish
obsequor
comply, obey
obtusus
blunt, dull
obvius
in the way, opposing; facing, oncoming
ocior
(comparative adj) swifter, more fleeting
opifer
bringing help, aiding
ops
power, ability; wealth, resources; aid
opto
desire, choose
opus
work, task; function, purpose
opus est (+abl)
there is need (of something)
oraculum
oracle; oracular ability
orbis
disc, wheel, orb; the world
os
mouth; face (by synecdoche)
osculum
kiss
pl: lips (with a kiss in mind)
Paean
Paean (an epithet of Apollo as god of healing)
passus
step, pace, stride
pastor
shepherd
pateo
be open; be visible, revealed
pendeo
to be suspended; hang, hang down
penna
wing, feather