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carry, lift (v)
fero, ferre
lead, put in motion (v)
ago, agere
shore (n)
lītus, lītŏris (neut)
breast (n)
pectus, pectŏris (neut)
house, home (n)
domus, -ūs (fem)
blood (n)
sanguis/sanguīs , ĭnis
leave behind (v)
relinquo, -līqui, -lictum
carry back, bring back (v)
refero, referre, retuli, relatus
day (n)
diēs gen. diēī or diē
command (v)
jŭbĕo , jussi, jussum
cover (v)
tĕgo , xi, ctum,
lift up (v)
tollo, sustuli, sublatus
fall with violence, rush down tumble down, go to ruin (v)
ruō uī, ātus
small, few (adj)
parvus
burn, blaze (v)
ārdeō sī, sus, ēre
come or go under or up to, advance or proceed to a place; to come or go on; to follow, succeed (v)
sŭb-ĕo , ĭi, ĭtum, īre
spear (n)
hasta, hastae (f)
head (n)
caput itis, (n)
threshold, limit (n)
līmen inis, n
dark, black (adj)
āter tra, trum
move, stir, trouble (v)
moveo, movere
seek (v)
quaero, quaerere
savage, vicious, brutal (adj)
saevus, a, um
stars, constellation (n)
sīdus eris, n
ear (n)
auris is, f
divine will, authority (n)
nūmen inis, n
sword (n)
ēnsis is, m
place (n)
locus ī, m
wall (n)
mūrus (old moerus), ī, m
receive, take without effort (v)
accipiō cēpī, ceptus, ere
flood, river, stream (n)
flūmen inis, n
fight (n)
pūgna ae, f
mix, intermingle, blend (v)
misceō miscuī, mīxtus, ēre,
mouth (n)
ōs ōris (no gen plur.), n
breath of air, wind, soul (n)
anima ae, f
the world (n)
tellūs ūris, f
press, tread on, lean on, restrain (v)
premō essī, essus, ere
resound, make noise (v)
sonō uī, itus (P. fut. sonātūrus, H.), āre
sing (v)
canō cecinī, —, ere (P. perf. supplied by canto)
discern, separate, make out (visually), understand (v)
cernō crēvī, certus, ere
wife (n)
conjunx
run, sail quickly (v)
currō cucurrī, cursus, ere
strong (adj)
fortis e, adj. with comp. and sup.
work, toil (n)
labor (old labōs, T., S., Ct.), ōris, m
sit, be established (v)
sedeō sēdī, sessum, ēre
fall, die, be slain (v)
cadō cecidī, casūrus, ere
chariot, wagon (n)
currus ūs (dat. ū, gen plur. ūm, V.), m
meanwhile (adv)
inter-eā
give up, grant, restore (v)
red-dō didī, ditus, ere.
whole, entire (adj)
tōtus gen. tōtīus, dat. tōtī
so great a (adj)
tŏtus , a, um,
seize, carry off (v)
rapio, rapui
the lowest, deepest, last (adj)
īmus adj. sup.
hope (n)
spēs speī (spei, monosyl., T.), f
depart, retreat, cede, yield (v)
cēdō cessī, cessus, ere
from afar, in the distance (adv)
procul
heavy, serious (adj)
gravis e, adj. with comp. gravior, and sup. gravissimus
even still, now, yet (adv)
etiam
die (v)
morior mortuus (P. fut. moritūrus), ī (morīrī, O.), dep.
strength, manhood (n)
virtūs ūtis, f
bronze (adj)
aēneüs (ahēn-) adj.
tide, wave, surge (n)
fluctus ūs, m
gild (v)
auro , āre, v. a. aurum,
heaven, sky, firmament (n)
aethēr eris, m
chance (n)
fors, fortis
care for, guard, govern (v)
cūrō (old forms, coeret, coerarī, coerandī, C.), āvī, ātus, āre
attach, add on, add to one's strength (v)
ad-dō didī, ditus, ere
endure, suffer (v)
patior passus, ī, dep.,
companion (n)
socius ī, m
flight, escape (n)
fuga, fugae f
guide (n)
dux, ducis (m or f)
disperse, scatter (v)
spargō sī, sus, ere
drag, draw out, lead out (v)
trahō trāxī (inf perf. trāxe for trāxisse, V.), tractus, ere
demand, beg, ask urgently (v)
pōscō popōscī, —, ere, inch.
sleep (n)
somnus ī, m
sacred, devoted (adj)
sacer cra, crum, adj. with sup.
spread, stretch out, strew (v)
sternō strāvī, strātus, ere
shoulder (n)
umerus (not hum-), ī, m
web (n)
tēla ae, f
so many (indecl. adj)
tot
turn, cause to revolve (v)
volvō volvī, volūtus, ere
finally (adv)
tandem adv.
found (v)
condō didī, ditus, ere
hard (adj)
dūrus adj.
consider, look at, gaze (v)
tueor tūtus, ērī, dep.,
bulwarks, walls (n)
moenia ium, n
divine (adj)
dīvus , a, um
summit, head, whirlpool (n)
vertex (vortex) icis, m
river (n)
amnis is (abl. amne or amnī, V., H., L.), m
fear (n)
metus ūs (old gen. metuis, T., C.; dat. metu, V., Ta.), m
remain, stay (v)
maneō mānsī, mānsus, ēre
monstrous, huge (adj)
immānis (inm-) e, adj. with comp. and sup.
snatch up, deprive, take (v)
ēripiō ipuī, eptus, ere
break, burst (v)
rumpō rūpī, ruptus, ere
say, assert (v)
āiō v. defect.
seer, prophet (n)
vātēs is, gen plur. vātum (C., L., V., H., O.), rarely vātium (C.), m and f
gift, service (n)
mūnus eris, n
queen (n)
rēgīna ae, f
pour out, produce (v)
fundō fūdī, fūsus, ere
wage, wear, bear (v)
gerō gessī, gestus, ere
cling (v)
haereō haesī, haesūrus, ēre
end, boundary (n)
fīnis is, m
begin (v)
incipiō cēpī, ceptus, ere
cut, destroy, vanquish (v)
caedō cecīdī, caesus, ere
formerly, someday, sometimes (adv)
quondam adv.
the back (n)
tergum
wrench, twist, brandish (v)
torqueō (old inf. torquērier, H., Pr.), torsī, tortus, ēre
beat, strike, push (v)
pellō pepulī, pulsus, ere
wealthy (adj)
dīves itis,
riverbank (n)
rīpa ae, f
throw, cast, lay out, establish (v)
jăcĭo , jēci, jactum
lie idle or ill, be laid out (v)
jăcĕo , cŭi, cĭtum
affix, establish, set up (v)
fīgō fīxī, fīxus, ere
grumble, roar, murmur (v)
fremō uī, —, ere
permit, establish (v)
sinō sīvī
citadel, fortress (n)
arx, arcis f
twin (adj)
geminus adj.,
way, extent, quantity (n)
modus ī, m
pious, decent (adj)
pius, a um
lie hidden (v)
lateō uī, —, ēre
help, please (v)
jŭvo , jūvi, jūtum
custom, habit (n)
mōs mōris, m
in vain (adv)
nēquīquam
grass (n)
herba ae, f
new (adj)
novus a um
grove (n)
nemus oris, n
ominous, dreadful (adj)
dīrus adj.
flash, brighten (v)
fulgeō fulsī, —, ēre (fulgere, V.)
put in place (v)
locō āvī (locāssint, for locāverint, C.), ātus, āre
overcome (v)
superō āvī, ātus, āre
struggle, contend with (v)
certō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.
rivalry, contest (n)
certāmen inis, n
drive together, bring together (v)
cōgō coēgī, coāctus, ere
race, family (n)
genus eris, n
why not? so that not...
quīn conj.
helmet (n)
galea ae, f
remote, farthest (adj)
ulter , tra, trum, adj.
rank, order (n)
ōrdō inis, m
lament, groan (v)
gemō uī, —, ere
likeness, picture, ghost (n)
imāgō inis, f
play, mock, joke (v)
lūdō sī, sus, ere
bring together; single out (v)
legō lēgī, lēctus, ere
teach, show (v)
doceō uī, ctus, ēre
seat, chair, throne, kingdom (n)
sēdēs (sēdis, L.; gen plur. sēdum, C., L.), is, f
strive, toil (v)
labōrō āvī, ātus, āre
ancient, former (adj)
antīquus (-īcus) adj. with comp. and sup.
pain, grief (n)
dolor ōris, m
spin, weave, intertwine (v)
neō (neunt, Tb.), ēvī (nērunt, O.), —, ēre
branch, bough, twig (n)
rāmus ī, m
press upon, urge on (v)
urgeo, urgere
sea (n)
pelagus ī, n
gentle, soft, favourable (adj)
mollis e, adj.
whoever
quisquis
rash, impetuous (adj)
rapidus adj.
indeed, anyway (adv)
equidem adv.
wine (n)
vīnum ī, n
then, thereafter (adv)
deinde (in poetry two syll.), or dein (in poetry one syll.)
harsh, deserted, empty (adj)
vāstus
conquer (v)
vincō vīcī, vīctus, ere
ward off, enclose (v)
arceō cuī, —, ēre
death, funeral, dead person (n)
fūnus eris, n
knee (n)
genū ūs (gen. genū, O.; plur. genua, disyl. V.), n
golden (adj)
aureus (poet. aureā, aureō, aureīs, disyl.), adj.
fear (v)
metuō uī, —, ere
snatch up, grasp (v)
corripiō (conr-) ripuī, reptus, ere
middle (n)
medium (n)
turn away, avert (v)
ā-vertō (avor-) tī, sus, ere,
recognise, know (v)
nōscō nōvī
plow, till (v)
arō āvī, ātus, āre
backwards, on the other hand, contrary (adv)
rūrsus or rūrsum adv.
forbid, prohibit (v)
vetō (old votō), uī, itus, āre
lean on; struggle or strive (v)
nītor nīxus (usu. in lit. sense) and nīsus (usu. fig.), ī, dep.
glory, grace, dignity (n)
decus oris, n