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animus, -ī m.
soul, spirit, mind; pl. courage
ardor, ardōris m.
burning, heat, eagerness
Baccha, -ae. f. (plural Bacchae or Bacchantēs)
Bachhante (female worshipper of Bacchus)
causa, -ae f.
cause, sake, reason
cervus, -ī m
stag
contemptor, contemptōris m.
despiser
Erīnys, Erīnyos f.
Fury (There were three Furies known collectively as the Erinyes and named individually as Allecto, Tisiphone and Megaera. )
hasta, -ae f.
spear
Hebrus, -ī m.
Hebrus (a river in Thrace)
fidēs, fideī f.
trust, belief, faith, pledge
frōns, frondis f.
a leaf, foliage
Maenas, Maenadis f.
a Bacchante, a maddened woman, a Maenad
pectus, pectoris n.
breast, heart
praeda, -ae f.
booty, prey
tībia, -ae f.
shin, bone, pipe, flute
tympanum, -ī n.
tambourine, drum
umbra, -ae f.
shade, shadow
vātēs, vātis c. (gen. pl. –um or –ium)
bard, poet, seer, singer
vellus, velleris n.
fleece, wool
ventus, -ī m.
wind
dīc_u_nt
(the underscores should be ignored - they are needed to stop the stupid server interpreting the word as an obscenity!)
they say, people say.
dīripiō, dīripere, dīripuī, dīreptum
snatch apart, tear away
doleō, dolēre, doluī
suffer pain, grieve
ēveniō, -venīre, -vēnī, -ventum
turn out, come about
fīniō, fīnīre, fīnīvī, fīnītum
end, conclude, finish
lacerō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
tear to pieces, maim
mordeō, mordēre, momordi, morsum
bite
natō, -āre, āvī, -ātum
swim
plōrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
weep, wail for
recognōscō, -ere, -cognōvī, -cognitum
recognize, recall
repellō, -ere, reppulī, repulsum
drive back, drive away, push, spurn
rubēscō, -ere, rubuī
grow red, become red
tegō, tegere, tēxī, tēctum
cover, conceal, hide
sē vertere
to turn oneself
soleō, solēre, solitus sum (semi-deponent)
to be accustomed
amoenus, -a, -um
pleasant
dīversus, -a, -um
scattered, spread out, turned in different directions
innocēns, -entis
innocent, harmless
īnsānus, -a, -um
insane, maddened
peregrīnus, -a, -um
foreign
supplex, supplicis
suppliant (adj), suppliant (noun)
aliquis, aliquid
some, any; some/any one/thing
ambō, -ae, -ō
both, two, together
circum (+ accus.)
around, about
ēn (interjection)
look!
ter
thrice, three times
tūtō
safely
velut (velutī)
just as, just like, even as

male

badly