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civitas, -atis, f
state, country
conversor, conversari, conversatus sum
consort/associate (with); be constant visitor (to); conduct oneself, behave/act
abide, live, dwell (somewhere); keep company with; live with; pass one's life
cultum, -i, n.
cultivated/tilled/farmed lands (pl.); gardens; plantations; standing crops
advena, -ae, m.
stranger
exprimo, exprimere, expressi, expressus
squeeze, squeeze/press out; imitate, copy; portray; pronounce, express
fama, -ae, f.
rumor, reputation, fame
formositas, -atis, f.
beauty
foedus, foederis, n.
treaty, league, formal agreement (between states), alliance; P:peace, amity;
contract, compact; promise, undertaking; marriage bond; other sexual unions;
bond/tie (friendship/kinship/hospitality); law/limit (imposed by nature/fate)
flagitium, -i, n.
shocking act, scandal
idoneus, -a, -um
suitable
impunis, impunis, impune
unpunished
pulcherrimus, -a, -um
very/most beautiful/noble
praecipuus, -a, -um
extraordinary
pulchritudo, -inis, f.
beauty
platea, -ae, f.
town square
pinnatus, -a, -um
feathered, winged
priscus, -a, -um
ancient, early, former
ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostentus
to show
precor (1)
to pray, call upon
quasso (1)
to shake
regina, -ae, f.
queen
speciosus, -a, -um
beautiful
veneror (1)
to worship
suavium, suavi(i), n.
kiss; sweetheart
obsequium, obsequi(i), n.
compliance (act/form/sex/orders); consideration/deference/solicitude; services;
obedience/allegiance/discipline (military); tractability/docility (animals);
servility/subservience/obsequiousness; ceremony (Bee); attendance; retinue
beatus, -a, -um
happy, blessed
coniunx, coniugis, c.
husband or wife
clades, cladis, f.
disaster
desponsus, -a, -um
betrothed
defleo, deflere, deflevi, defletus
weep (abundently) for; mourn loss of; express/feel sorrow about; lament/bewail
fletus, us, m.
weeping
ferus, -a, -um
wild, savage
Hymenaeos, Hymenaei
Greek wedding chant/refrain; (personified as a god); marriage, wedding, match
lugubris, is, e
mournful
lacrimosus, -a, -um
tearful
maritus, -i, m.
husband
mitis, -is, -e
soft, gentle
maereo, maerere
to be sad, mourn
facinus, facinoris, n.
deed, crime
nuptiae, -arum, f.
marriage
praeceptum, -i, n.
command
species, speciei, f.
appearance, beauty
superi, -um, n.
gods
scopulus, -i, m.
rock
sors, sortis, f.
oracle, destiny, chance
scindo, scindere, scidi, scissum
to cut, tear
thalamus, -i, m.
bedroom
taeda, taedae, f.
pine torch