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64 Cards in this Set

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Medea, -ae (f)
to fall in love with
adamo (1) (+ acc)
ill, with difficulty
aegre (adv)
Since these things were so
Quae cum ita essent
unknowing, unaware
insciens, inscientis
plant, herb
herba, -ae (f)
to pluck
carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptum (3)
sucus, -i (m)
to press out
exprimo (ex- + premo), exprimere, expressi, expressum (3)
unguentum, -i (n)
which (was the sort that) would nourish and strengthen
quod . . . aleret . . . confirmaret
to nourish
alo, alere, alui, altum (3)
sinew, muscle
nervus, -i (m)
in the morning
to daub over, smear
oblino, oblinere, oblevi, oblitum (3)
surpassed all men
omnibus hominibus
in size and strength
magnitudine et viribus
to show; to stand before, surpass, excel
praesto, praestare, praestiti, praestitum (1)
hunting, hunt
venatio, venationis (f)
to disregard, neglect
neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectum (3)
that this plan was not to be neglected
hoc consilium non neglegendum
to think
puto (1)
to arise, rise, come forth, spring up
orior, oriri, ortus sum (4)
at dawn
orta luce
iugum, -i (n)
to be strong or effective, have effect, prevail
valeo, valere, valui, valitum (2)
to fly
volo (1)
to be willing, wish
volo, velle, volui (irreg)
midday, noon, south
meridies, -ei (m)
to scatter, sprinkle
spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsum (3)
seeding, sowing
sementis, sementis (f)
in a certain strange manner
miro quodam modo
to produce, bring forth
gigno, gignere, genui, genitum (3)
weariness, fatigue
lassitudo, lassitudinis (f)
until those men might be produced
dum viri isti gignerentur
toward evening
sub vesperum
as it was predicted
ut praedictum esset
to say beforehand, foretell, predict
praedico, praedicere, praedixi, praedictum (3)
for himself
quarrel, dispute, debate
controversia, -ae (f)
to draw, unsheathe
destringo, destringere, destrinxi, destrictum
this, it
trick, craft
dolus, -i (m)
Absyrtus, -i (m)
to draw up, beach
subduco, subducere, subduxi, subductum (3)
to desert
desero, deserere, deserui, desertum (3)
to be of advantage, profit, assist
prosum, prodesse, profui (+ dat)
to hold by memory, remember
memoria tenere
to carry away
aveho, avehere, avexi, avectum (3)
in which
quo in loco
protection, guard, escort
praesidium, -i (n)
to hang up, hang
suspendo (subs- = sub- + pono), suspendere, suspendi, suspensum (3)
excellently, splendidly, admirably
egregie (adv)
both . . . and
et . . . et
to fortify
munio (4)
to snatch down from or away, tear off, pull down
deripio (de- + rapio), deripere, deripui, dereptum (3)
throat, jaws, mouth
fauces, faucium (f pl)
to draw back, retire, retreat
pedem referre
anxius, -a, -um
until sunset
ad occasum solis
some (adj), someone, anyone (pron)
they must hurry
maturandum sibi
leader, commander
dux, ducis (m/f)
to shine out, shine
eluceo, elucere, eluxi (2)