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aevum, -ī n,
time; a very long period of time, an age
quārē
how? for what reason? on account of which thing; wherefore, therefore
quidquid
whoever, whatever
quāliscumque, quālecumque
of whatever sort or quality; (in depreciatory sense) such as it is, for whatever it's worth
perennis, -e
constant, enduring
lūdō, ludere, lusī, lusum
to play
sinus, -ūs m.
the cavity or fold produced by the looping of a garment (OLD); breast; bosom, refuge; a curved indentation in the coastline
appetō, appetere, appetīvī, appetītum
to try to reach; seek; attack
soleō, solēre, solitus
to be accustomed (to); be sexually inimate with
nitens, nitentis
ppl. of niteo: shining, radient
nesciō, nescīre, nescīvī or -iī, -ītum
not to know; nescio quis, quid: indef. pron. or adj., someone, something
quid lubet
anything you like, anything at all
iocor, iocārī, iocātus
joke
(dim.) solaciolum n.
solace, comfort
sicut
in the same way as
pernix, -īcis
leggy, long-legged
(dim.) aureolus
golden
malum, i n.
apple
zona, -ae f.
a girdle or belt
solvo, solvere, solui, solutum
to loosen, untie, dislodge, cast off; discharge, fulfill (a vow)
ligo,ligare; ligatam
to tie, bind; bound
mellitus
honeysweet
circumsiliens
hopping around, dancing around
tenebricosum (acc.)
dark
unde
whence
quemquam
anyone
gremium, gremii n.; gremio (abl.)
lap
usque
constantly
affero, afferre, attuli, allatum; abstulistis (perf. ind. act)
bring along, come with; you took
fleo, flere, flevi, fletum; flendo
to wep, cry; weep for, mourn; weeping
turgiduli
swollen
rubent
grow red
nobis...nox est perpetua una dormienda
one perpetual night must be slept by us
semel
once
deinde
next
illepida
unbecoming
nescio quid
something of a
febriculosi
feverish
scorti (gen.)
harlot, bimbo
pudeo, pudere, pudui
to make shameful
fateor, fateri, fassus
concede, admit, confess
viduas iacere noctes
lie widowed nights
nequiquam
in vain
cubile
bed
sertis (abl.)
chains or festoons of flowers
peraeque
equally
pulvinus
mattress
et hic et ille
and here on the cushion and there on the cushion
attritus
being worn away
quassus, -a, -um
shaken
lectus, i m.
bed
argutatio
squeaking
inambulatio
walking
tremuli
trembling
stupra (neut. plu.)
debaucheries
ecfututa
wear out with sex
pandas
you display
latera
flanks
harena, -ae
sand
lasarpiciferis
silphium-bearing
orac(u)lum, -i n.
temple
aestuosi
hot
sidus, -eris n.
planet/star/constellation
desino, desinere, desinii, desitum
to cease, leave off, stop
ineptio, ineptire
play the fool, be silly
perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditum
to ruin, spoil
volo, velle, volui
wish, be willing
nolo, nolle, nolui
be unwilling, not to wish; imp. noli+inf.=do not
perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatum
to carry on, endure
scelero, scelerare
stain or defile with wicked acts
comes, comitits m.
comrade
tundo, tundere, tutudi, tunsum
beat repeatedly, buffet, pound
unda, undae f.
wave
litus, litoris n.
shore
identidem
repeatedly, continually
eo, ire, ii, itum
to go
iter, itineris, n.
journey, path, road, course
aestimo, aestimare
appraise, value, esteem