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atavus
atavi, m
remote ancestor
editus
editus -a -um
descended from,
from edo, edere, edidi, editum
put forth, give out, give birth to
praesidium
praesidii, n
protection, defence
decus
decoris, n
that which adorns or beautifies, honor, glory
curriculum
curriculi, n
a running, course, race, racing chariot
pulvis
pulveris, m
dust
colligo
colligere, collegi, collectum
gather or bring together, collect
iuvo
help, assist, benefit
delight, please, gratify
meta
metae, f
running points, end, turning gates
fervidus
fervidus -a -um
boiling, burning, hot, impetuous
evito
1st
shun, avoid
rota
rotae, f
wheel
eveho
veho, vehere, vexi, vectum
carry out,lift, raise
mobilis
mobilis -e
moveable, changeable, inconstant, pliant, exitable, nimble, agile, fickle, rapid, swift
turba
turbae, f
turmoil, disorder, uproar, disturbance,
confusion, disturbance, quarrel
crown, throng, mob, multitude
Quiris
Quiritis, m
Roman citizen
certo
1
contend, strive, emulate, vie with, struggle, strive, excert one's self
tergeminus
tergeminus -a -um
triple, threefold,
three twin-brothers (three born at birth)
tollo
tollo, tollere sustuli sublatum
lift, raise, extol, take away, destroy
proprius
-us -a -um
one's own, personal
condo
condo condere condidi, conditum
bring, lay, put together, fashion, produce, make by joining together, establish, found, make, construct, build, compose, write, celebrate, be the author of,
store up, treasure up, lay/put for preservation, contain, preserve, pickle, inter, bury,
(of time) pass, spend, live through, bring to close,
conceal, hide, supress, strike or thrust in deep, plunge
horreum
horrei, n
storehouse, granary
verro
verro, verrere, versum
sweep together, collect
findo
findo, findere, fidi, fissum
split, separeate, divide
sarculum
sarculi, n
hoe
trabs
trabis, f
beam of wood, trunk of tree, ship
parvidus
-us -a -um
frightened, terrified, trembling, fearful
seco
seco, secare, secui, sectum
cut, divide, tear, hurt, injure, cleave,
cut through: run, sail, fly, go, traverse through
cut up, lash in speaking: satirize, censure
luctor
luctor, luctari, luctatum
wrestle, struggle, strive, contend
area
areae, f
opens space, vacant space, level ground, threshing floor,
halo around sun or moon,
border or bed in the garden,
burying ground,
bald spot on the head, baldness
Africus
(ventus)
southwestern, stormy wind
mercator
mercatoris, m
merchant
reficio
make again, repair
ratis
ratis, f
raft, boat, ship
quatio
quatio, quatere, quassum
shake, beat upon, agitate, disturb, wield, brandish, ply, hold, beat, strike, drive, batter, shatter,
agitate, move, touch, affect, vex, plague, harass
indocilis
indocile
untrained, hard to instruct, difficult to be taught,
unlearned, ignorant, untaught, rude, unapt, unfit, not shown
vetus
veteris
old
poculum
poculi, n
cup, drink
demo
demo, demere, dempsi, demptum
take away, subtract, withdraw, remove, disclose
sperno
sperno, spernere, sprevi, spretum
romove, sever, reject, despise, contemn, scorn, spurn
lenis
lenis, lene
smooth, gentle, mild
caput
also: person, person's life,
of rivers: source, spring, origin, sometimes mouth
top, summit, end, extremity
chief person, leader, captain, guide
fundamental principle, dogma, central point, in writing: division, section, paragraph, chapter
of money: captial, stock, principal sum
viridis
viride
green, fresh, young
arbutus
arbuti, f
wild strawberry or arbutus tree
lituus
litui, m
curved cavalry trumpet
tuba
tuabe f
staright war trumpet
permisceo
mix together, confuse
detestor
detestor, detesari, detestatus
pray against, curse
refugio
run away, avoid
venator
venatoris, m
hunter
catulus
catuli, m
a young animal, a young dog
cerva
cervae, f
deer, doe
tibia
tibiae, f
shin bone, tibia, pipe, flute
plaga
plagae, f
hunting net, trap
hedera
hederae, f
ivy
teres
teretis
rounded, smooth, polished, slender, tightly wooven, elegant
gelidus
-us -a -um
cold, icy
secerno
cereno, cernere, crevi, cretum
separate, distinguish
cohibeo
hold together, hold back, confine
barbitos
barbiti (acc barbiton), m
lyre
vates
vatis, c
prophet, soothsayer, fortune teller, seer, oracle, teacher, master, authority, singer, poet
quodsi
but if
insero
introduce, insert, put in or among
ferio
ferio, ferire
strike, hit
vertex
verticis, m
whirl, eddy, whirlpool, head, crown, pole of heavens, the highest point, peak, top, summit, the highest, uppermost, greatest (poet.)
tribuo
tribuo, tribuere, tribui, tributum
allot, assign
sapio
sapio, sapere, sapivi
have a taste, suggest, be inspired by, be wise, be descreet, show good sense
liquo
liquo, liquare, liquavi, liquatum
melt, strain (stain wine before drinking)
reseco
reseco, resecare, resecui, resectum
cut back, prune, restrain
inermis
inerme
unarmed
venenatus
-us -a -um
poisonous
egeo
egeo, egere, egui
need, want +abl
arcus
arcus, m
bow
aestuous
-us -a -um
very hot, agitated
lambo
lambo, lambere, lambi
lick, wash
pharetra
pharetrae, f
quiver
ultra
prep +acc beyond
vagor
vagor, vagari, vagatum
wander, roam
expedio
4th
free, extricate, release
portentum
portenti, n
portent, abnormal phenomenon
aesculentum
aesculenti, n
oak forest
piger
pigra, pigrum
inactive, lazy
aestivus
-us -a -um
of or pertaining to summer
pulvinar
pulvinaris, n
sacred couch on which the image of a god was placed
daps
dapis, f
feast, banquet
antehac
previously
depromo
depromo, ere, prompsi, promptum
bring out, produce, draw out, fetch
cella
cellae, f
storeroom, wine cellar
contaminatus
-us -a -um
morally foul, impure
columba
columbae, f
dove, pigeon
minuo
minuo, minuere, minui, minutum
make smaller, reduce, weaken
redigo
drive, lead, or bring back
get together, call in, collect, raise, recieve, take (a sum of money or the like by selling)
lessen, diminish, reduce
adurgeo
adurgeo, ere
press hard upon, pursue closely
lymphatus
lymphatus -a -um
frenzied, distracted, frantic
accipiter
accipitris, m
hawk
lepus
leporis, m
hare, rabbit
nivalis
-is -e
snowy
catena
catenae, f
chain
expavesco
expavesco, ere, -pavi
become frightened of, dread
reparo
1st
obtain in exhange for, recover
asper
asper, aspera, asperum
fierce, rough
tracto
1st
draw violently, tug, pull, haul, mangage, wield, practice, perform, handle, conduct, lead, treat, use, investigate, negotiate
scilicet
evidently, of course, surely
invideo
look askance, cast an evil eye, to be prejudiced, envy, begrudge, refuse, be unwilling, be loathful, hinder, prevent, aspire to rival, emulate, grudge
ebrius
-us -a -um
who has drunk enough, had his fill, full of drink, drunk, intoxicated, sated
Liburna
Liburnae, f
light, fast sailing warship, galley