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ardor, -oris
passion
acquiesco, -ere
quiet, soothe
sicut
just as
tristis, -e
grim, fierce, gloomy; unhappy, sad
levo, -are
lighten
ferunt
they say
zona, -ae
girdle or belt
solvo, -ere
loosen, untie; dislodge, cast off
ligo, -are
(ligatam) pf ps ppl
tie, bind
iaceo, -ere
lay, recline
aestuosus, -a, -um
hot, sweltering
vetus, -eris
old
sepulchrum
tomb
tam
so, to such a degree
vesanus, -a, -um
frenzied, mad, wild
pernumero, -are
to count
curiosus, -a, -um
meddlesome; as subst - busybody
fascino, -are
to cast a spell upon, bewitch
lingua, -ae
tongue
sive
or if, whether
litus, -oris
shore
longe
far, for a great distance or time
resono, -are
(resonante) pr act ppl
echo, resound
tundo, -ere
pound, beat repeatedly
seu, sive
or if, whether
coloro, -are
to color or stain
quaecumque
wherever
tempto, -are
to try
paratus, -a, -um
(parati)
ready, prepared
voluntas, -tatis
wish, will
moechus, -i
moecha, -ae
moechor, -ari
adulterer
commit adultery
complector, -plecti, -plexus
(complexa) pf ps ppl
surround, embrace
illinc
from that place, thence
tego, -ere
cover
defessus, -a, um
exhausted, tired out
audax, audacis
bold, reckless, rash
despuo, -ere
spurn, reject
laedo, -ere
injure, offend
metuo, -ere
fear (takes dat)
nequiquam
in vain
adimo, -ere, ademi, ademptum
(adempte)pf ps ppl voc
remove, take
trado, -ere, -idi, -itum
(tradita sunt) pf ps 3p pl
hand down, entrust to
quin
but that
identidem
repeatedly
ilia, -ium
3d n pl
loins, genitals
respecto, -are
keep looking back at
velut
just as
pratum, -i
meadow
aratrum, -i
plow
praetereo, -ire, -ivi, -itum
(praetereunte) pr ac ppl
go beyond, pass
tango, -ere, tetigi, tactum
(tactus est)
touch
quadrivium, -ii
a crossroads
angiportum, -i
alley, lane
glubo, -ere
to peel
quondam
once, formerly
huc
hither
ita
so
fio, fieri, factum
(fias) pres, sbjv, 2p sg
become, to be made or done
mallo, malle, mallui
to prefer
notus, -i
(notorum)
friends
suavium, -ii
a kiss
reperio, -ire, -repperi, repertum
(reppererit) pf, sbjv
find, discover
fortasse
perhaps
delicatus, -a, -um
given to luxury or pleasure
lepos, -oris
charm, grace, wit
quies, quietis
repose, sleep
ullus, -a, -um
any
umquam
ever
foedus, foederis
formal agreement or bond - like marriage
opto, -are
(optanti) pr, act, ppl
choose, wish, prefer
(wishing)
optingo, -ere, optigi,
occur, fall to one's lot
insperans, -antis
not hoping or expecting
proprie
properly, particularly
refero, -ferre, -tuli, -latum
bring back, bear back, drive back
iucundus, -a, -um
(iucundisimus) superl
pleasant, delightful
perdo, -ere
ruin, spoil
impius, -a, -um
(impiorum) part gen
here: scoundrels
dispereo, -ire
be wasted
scilicet
clearly, evidently
continuo
immediately, w/o delay
pereo, -ire
die
scrinium, -i
letter case, chest, box,
colligo, -ere
gather
venenum, -i
poison
supplicium, -i
reparation
interea
meanwhile, in these circumstances
hinc
from this point
illuc
thither
unde
whence
saeclum, -i
(saecli)
a generation
(of our age)
incommodum, -i
detriment, harm; pl - misfortune
quascumque
whoever, whatever
libenter
willingly, gladly
laetus, -a. -um
glad, happy
vix
scarcely
linquo, linquere, liqui
(liquisse) pf act ppl
to leave, quit
onus, -eris
burden, load
repono, -ere, -reposui, positum
put back, put to rest
peregrinus, -a, -um
foreign
fessus, -a, -um
tired, fatigued, exhausted
acquiesco, -ere, -quievi
rest, relax, subside
quidquid
whatever
reddo, -ere
give back, restore, repay
cibus, -i
food
verso, -are
toss and turn
prex, precis
prayer, entreaty
reposco, -ere
demand back, claim as one's right
spero, -are
hope for
veho, vehere, vexi, vectum
(vectus)
convey, carry, transport
cinis, -eris
ash, cinders, burned out funeral pyre
indigne
undeservedly, unjustly
mano, -are
flow, run, drip
voro, -are
(voret) sbjv 3p sg
devour
iocus, -i
joke, jest
iuvo, -are
help; please, gratify
indomitus, -a, um
untamed, violent
caveo, -ere
beware, make sure you do not
oro, -are
pray, beseech
vemens, -ntis
zealous, violent, forceful
requiesco, -ere
find relief or rest
inferiae, -arum
offerings, funeral rites
quandoquidem
since
priscus, -a, -um
ancient, old
spurcatus, -a, -um
(woking like a ppl here)
depraved
ardens, -ntis
blazing, burning
tego, -ere, texi, tectum
(tecta) pf ps ppl
to cover
peto, -ere
(petiere) 3p pl poetic
to dirsct one's course to, make for, seek
dum
during all this time, up to now
ventus, -i
wind
eo, ire, ii, itum
(euntem) pr act ppl
her going
surgo, -ere, surexi, surectum
to rise
procul
in the distance, at a distance
arx, arcis
fortress, castle, citadel
maneo, -ere
stay, remain
tellus, -uris
the earth
volo, velle
(vis) 2p sg pr act ind
you wish
imus, -a, -um
lowest, deepest, last
cerno, -ere, crevi, cretum
(cernis) 2p sg act ind
discern, distinguish, separate
ago, -ere, egi, actum
(egere) 3p pl poetic
put in motion, move, drive, conduct