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ideoneus, -a, -um
suitable, appropriate
defungor, ari, defunctus
to finish, discharge
barbitos
lyre
paries, parietis
wall
laevus, -a, -um
left
latus, -us (n)
flank, side
lucidus, -a, -um
bright
funalium, -ii
torch
vectis, vectis (m)
crowbar
arcus, -us
seige engine
oppositus, -a, um
opposite
foris, -is (f)
door
minax, minacis (f)
projecting, overhanging, threatening
beatus, -a, -um
happy, blessed
careo, -ere. -ui. -iturus
to be without
niveus, -a, -um
snowy
flagellum, -i (n)
whip, scourge
tango, -ere, tetigi, tactum
touch, strike
semel
(adv) first, once, ever, for the first time
perfundo, -ere, -fudi, -fusum
pour over, steep, fill
urgeo, -ere, ursi
to press, drive
antrum, -i (n)
cave
flavus, -a, -um
yellow, golden
religo, -are
to tie back
come, -ae (f)
hair
simplex, simplicis
simple, uncomplicated, unmixed
munditia, -ae (f)
elegance, neatness, sophistication
heu
oh! alas!
gracilis, -e
slender, slight
quotiens
how often?
fleo, flere, flevi, fletum
to weep, wail, lament
aspero, -are
to make rough
niger, -gri
black, dark
aequor, -oris
calm, level sea
emiror, -ari
to gaze in wonder at
insolens, -entis
unaccustomed
fruor, -ari
delight in
amabilis, -e
lovely, attractive
nescius, -a, -um
ignorant, unknowing
fallax, fallacis
deceitful, false
aura, -ae
air, breath
miser, misera, -um
miserable, wretched
intento, -are
to stretch towards, against
niteo, -ere
to shine, glitter, glisten
uvidus, -a, -um
damp, wet, moist
dico, dicere
to say, tell
propero, -ere
to hasten, be quick
perdo, -ere
to destroy, ruin
apricus, -a, -um
sunny
patior, -ari
to endure, to suffer
pulvis, -eris (m)
dust, powder
aequalis, -e
equal
equito, -are
to ride on horseback
lupatus, -a, -um
with wolf's teeth
tempero, -are
to restrain, be moderate, be temperate
frena, -orum (n pl)
bit, bridle
os, oris (n)
mouth, countenance
olivum, -i (n)
oil
cautius, -a, -um
adv. comp. more, cautious, more guarded. From caveo.
viperinus, -a, -um
of a viper, of a serpant
lividus, -a, -um
blue, greyish
gesto, -are
to bear, carry, have
discus, -i (m)
a quoit
expedio, -ire
to let loose, set free, liberate
nobilies, -e
famous, celebrated
lateo, -ere
to lurk, be concealed, skulk
funus, -eris (n)
burial rites, funeral procession
cultus, -us (m)
care, tending OR culture, education, training
caedes, -is (f)
a cutting down
propirio, -ire
to drag forth
caterva, -ae (f)
a crowd, mob
nefas (indecl)
contrary to divine law, impious, sinful, criminal
tempo - from teneo
to have, hold
quidquid
whoever, whatever, every one who, everything which
hiems, hiemis (f)
winter
tribuo, tribui, tributum
to allot, bestow, give
debilito, -are
to cripple, main, weaken
pumex, -icis
a pumice-stone
sapio, -ire, -ivi
to savour, taste
liqueo, liqui
to be fluid, liquid, clear, apparent
reseco, -are
to cut loose, cut off
invidus, -a, -um
envious, envying
fervo, -are
to boil, be hot, rage
difficilis
hard, difficult, troublesome, impracticable, laborious, perilous
bilis, -is (f)
bile
tumeo, -ere
to swell, puff out
iecur, -oris (n)
the liver, the seat of the passions, esp. love and anfer
umor, -oris (m)
liquid, fluid, moisture
labor, labi, lapsus sum
to glide, slide, move, slip, float, pass, flow
furtim (indecl)
by stealth, secretly, privily, furtively, clandestinely
genae, -arum (f pl. )
cheeks
arguo, -ere, -ui, argutus
to make known, show, prove, manifest, disclose, declare, betray
lentus, -a, -um
pliant, flexible, tough, tenacious, sticky, viscous
penitus, -a, -um
inwardly, in the inmost part, deeply
uro, -ere, ussi, ustus
to burn
turpo, -are
to make unsightly, soil, defile, pollute, disfigure, deform
immodicus, -a, -um
beyond bounds, enormous, large
rixa, -ae (f)
quarrel, dispute, contest
umerus, -i (m)
shoulder, upper arm
candidus, -a, -um
shining white, clear, bright
merus, -a, -um
pure, unmixed, unadulterated
furo, -are
to rage, rave, be out of one's mind, be mad, be furious
nota, -ae (f)
a means of recognition, mark, sign, stamp, impression
oscula, -ae (f)
sweet or pretty mouth