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Acestes
(m) king of Sicily
actus
leading, driving, doing, treating, passing, conducting
adsum
be present, assist
Aeneas
Trojan prince, son of Venus and Achsises
aequor
(n) sea, waves; (level) plain
age
up! come! lead on!
agmen
(n) army, line, troop; course
ago
lead, drive, do, treat, pass, conduct
ajo
say, speak, assert
altus
(on) high, lofty, deep
amor
(m) love, desire, passion
Anchises
(m) Trojan prince, father of Aeneas
anima
(f) air, breath, life, soul, shade
animus
(m) soul, spirit, breath, courage; anger, pride; purpose, thought
antiquus
ancient, old, aged, former, of olden times, time-honored
ara
(f) altar
ardeo
burn, be eager
arma
(n) arms, equipment, tools
arvum
(n) plowed land, field, region
arx
(f) citadel, fort; height, hill
ater
black, gloomy, deadly
audio
hear (of), hearken
aura
(f) breeze, air; favor; light
aurum
(n) gold (object, equipment)
bellum
(n) war(fare), combat, fight
caelum
(n) sky, heaven; weather
campus
(m) plain, field, level surface
capio
take, seize, catch; captivate; deceive; occupy
caput
(n) head; summit; life, person
casus
(m) chance, (mis)fortune; fall
cerno
discern, perceive, understand, decide; fight
clamor
(m) shout, roar, applause
classis
(f) fleet, army, ship
comes
(m/f) comrade, follower
conjunx
(m/f) husband, wife
corpus
(n) body, corpse, form
cunctus
all, whole, entire
cura
(f) care, anxiety, grief; love
cursus
(m) course, running; haste
Danaus
Danaan, Greek
dea
(f) goddess
deus
(m) god, divinity, deity
dexter
right (hand); favorable;
dico
say, speak, tell, call, name, describe, chant
dictum
(n) word, speech, command
Dido
(f) legendary founder and queen of Carthage
dies
(m/f) day, time, season
divus
divine, heavenly, deified
do
give (forth), grant, allow, bestow; put, place, make
domus
(f) house(hold), home, abode; family, race, line
donum
(n) gift, offering, prize, reward
duco
lead, draw (out), protract; produce; think
eo
go, proceed, come
equus
(m) horse, steed, charger
eripio
snatch (from), tear away; rescue; hasten
erro
stray, wander, err; linger
facio
do, make, perform; grant, offer; suppose
fama
(f) fame, report, reputation
fatum
(n) fate, destiny, doom; oracle
fero
bear, endure; wear; report, say; caryy (off), plunder; extol; tend; grant, offer
ferrum
(n) iron; sword, weapon, tool
fessus
tired, weary, feeble, worn
finis
(m/f) end, limit, border; country; goal; starting-place
flamma
(f) flame, fire, torch; love
fluctus
(m) wave, tide, flood, sea
for
speak, say, tell, utter
fors
(f) chance, fortune, hap
fortuna
(f) fortune, chance, luck
fuga
(f) flight, haste, exile, speed
fugio
flee (from), escape, shun
fundo
pour (out), shed; lay low, slay, rout; extend
furo
rage, rave, be frantic
futurus
future, destined (to be), impending, about to be
geminus
twin, double, two
genitor
(m) begetter, father, sire
gens
(f) clan, race, nation, herd
genus
(n) birth, origin, race; descendant; kind, family
habeo
have, hold; consider
haud
not, by no means, not at all
hinc
from this place, hence, thence
honos
(m) honor, glory, reward; offering, sacrifice; charm, grace
huc
to this place, hither, here
idem
same, the same
ignis
(m) fire, flame, light, lightning, star; passion, love, fury, wrath
ille
that (famous); he, she, it
immanis
huge, monstrous, enormous, mighty, dreadful, cruel, atrocious
imperium
(n) command, power, dominion, rule, sway, mastery, realm(s)
imus
lowest
infelix
unfortunate, accursed, unhappy, ill-omened, unlucky, wretched
inferus
low, below, underneath
ingens
enormous, mighty, huge
ira
(f) wrath, rage, anger, passion
jubeo
command, order, bid, enjoin (upon), urge
Juno
(f) queen of the gods
Juppiter
(m) king of the gods
labor
slip (by), slide, glide (by), descend; fail; faint, fall, perish; flow
labos
(m) labor, hardship, task
lacrima
(f) tear, compassion
laetus
happy; fertile; fat, sleek
limen
(n) threshold, doorway, entrance; abode; shrine; palace
litus
(n) shore, strand, coast, beach
locus
(m) place, region; condition, situation; opportunity
longus
long, wide, distant
lumen
(n)light, lamp; eye; life
lux
(f) light, sun, day; life; glory
magnus
great, large, huge, vast; noble, illustrious, mighty, important
major
greater, larger, more vast; more noble, more illustrious, mightier, more important
maneo
remain, abide, linger, stay, (a)wait
manus
(f) hand; band, troop; deed
mare
(n) sea
mater
(f) mother, dam; matron
maximus
greatest, largest, vastest; most noble, most illustrious, mightiest, most important
medius
mid(dle), intermediate
mens
(f) mind, feeling, intention
meus
my (own), mine
miser
miserable, unhappy, wretched, unfortunate, pitiable
mitto
send, hurl, dismiss, let go; end; finish; offer, pay
moenia
(n) walls; city; structures
mons
(m) mountian, height
mors
(f) death, destruction, ruin
moveo
move; ponder
multus
much, many, abundant
munus
(n) function, duty; gift
nam
for; indeed, truly
natus
(m) son, child, young
navis
(f) ship, boat, vessel, galley
nomen
(n) name, fame, renown
noster
our (own), ours
novus
new, young, strange, late
nox
(f) night, darkness; sleep
nullus
none, no, no one
numen
(n) divinity, divine power (will, favor, purpose, presence)
oculus
(m) eye
omnis
all, every, whole, universal
ora
(f) shore, coast, region, border
os
(n) mouth, face; speech
parens
(m/f) parent, ancestor, father, mother
paro
prepare, make (ready)
pars
(f) part, portion, share, side
pater
(m) father, ancestor, sire
patrius
paternal, ancestral, native
pectus
(n) breast, heart, soul
pelagus
(n) sea, flood, waves
pes
(m) foot; sheet-rope, sheet
peto
seek, attack, aim (at), ask; scan
pius
devoted, loyal, righteous
plures
more abundant
plurimus
most abundant
plus
more abundant
poena
(f) punishment, penalty, satisfaction, revenge, vengeance
pono
put, place, (aside); found, establish; bury
portus
(m) port, harbor, haven
possum
be able, can, avail
Priamus
(m) Priam, king of Troy
primus
first, foremost, chief
procul
far, at a distance, (from) afar
puer
(m) boy, child; slave
puppis
(f) stern; ship, vessel, galley
quaero
seek (in vain), miss, inquire, ask, try
qui
who, which, what, that
quis
who? which? what? why? any, some(one)
quo
whither, where(fore), whereby
quondam
(at) some time, formerly, ever
refero
bear back, restore, carry off; reproduce, renew, recall; relate, say; (re)pay
regina
(f) queen; (adjective) royal
regnum
(n) royal power, kingdom, realm, rule, sway, sovereignty
relinquo
leave, desert, surrender, abandon, relinquish
remus
(m) oar
res
(f) thing, affair, matter, deed, fact, fortune; state, commonwealth
rex
(m) king; (adj) ruling, royal
ruo
fall; rush; sink; plow
sacer
sacred, holy, consecrated; accursed; (n subst)sacrifice, holy implement (object); mystery
sanguis
(m) blood, race, descendant
saxum
(n) stone, rock, reef, cliff, crag
sedes
(f) seat; abode, habitation; bottom; tomb, shrine; place, region
sequor
follow, attend, pursue, accompany, seek
servo
observe, watch; preserve, save, gaurd, keep, rescue; nurse
sidus
(n) star, constellation, meteor; season, weather; heaven
silva
(f) forest, wood(s), tree(s)
simul
at the same time, together
socius
(m) ally, comrade, follower
solus
alone, only, lonely, sole
somnus
(m) sleep, slumber, dream
sto
stand (fast, up); halt; endure; stick (to), remain
subeo
go under, bear; approach, enter; arise
sui
(of) himself, herself, itself, themselves; him, her, it, them
sum
be, exist
summus
most upper, highest
superus
upper, higher, above; (subst) god, divinity
supremus
most upper, highest
suus
his/her/its/their (own)
talis
such, of such sort, the following
tandem
at length, finally; pray
tantus
so great, so much, so far
tectum
(n) roof; house, home, abode
tellus
(f) earth, land, country
telum
(n) weapon; wound, blow
tempus
(n) time; occasion, crisis
tendo
stretch; hasten, strive, (ex)tend, aim; tent
teneo
have, hold, restrain
terra
(f) earth, land, country, soil
Teucrus
Teucrian, Trojan
tollo
lift, raise, upheave, stir up; remove, destroy
totus
all, every, whole, full
traho
drag (out), draw (in), lead, protract, spend
tristis
sad, unhappy, dreary, fatal
Troja
(f) Troy, a city of Asia Minor
tuus
your(s), your own
Tyrius
Tyrian, Carthaginian
ubi
where, when, as soon as
ullus
any, any one
umbra
(f) shade, shadow, ghost
umerus
(m) shoulder
unda
(f) wave, billow, water, sea
urbs
(f) city, town
vastus
desolat, vast, enormous
vates
(m/f) prophet, seer, bard
velum
(n) clothing, canvas, sail
venio
come, go
ventus
(m) wind, breeze, blast, air
via
(f) way, road, journey, street
victor
(m) victor; (adj) victorious
video
see, perceive; (pass) be seen, appear, seem (best)
vinco
conquer, surpass
vir
(m) man; hero; husband
vires
(f pl) forces
vis
(f) force, violence, energy
vita
(f) life, soul, spirit
vix
scarcely, feebly, with difficulty
voco
call, name, address, convoke, invoke, invite, challenge
volo
will, wish, be willing
volvo
revolve, (un)roll, roll (round, through); undergo
vox
(f) voice, word, speech, sound