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Aesonidēs, -ae m

son of Aeson, Jason

arātrum, -ī n

plough

bellum, -ī n

war

carmen, carminis n

song, chant, incarnation, poem

clāmor, clāmōris m

shout, clamour,noise

dextra, -ae f

right hand

fūmus, -ī m

smoke

galea, -ae f

helmet

iugum, -ī n

yoke

Lēthē, Lēthēs f

Lethe (`River of Forgetting' in the underworld)

Mars, Martis m

Mars

medicāmen, medicāminis f

medicine

prōmissum, -ī n

promise

sceptrum, -ī n

sceptre

sēmen, sēminis n

seed

spolium, spoliī n (usually in plural)

spoils, booty, plunder

umerus, -ī m

shoulder

uxor, uxōris f

wife

vultus, vultūs n

facial expression, countenance, face

grātiās agere

to give thanks

ardeō, ardēre, arsī, arsum

be on fire, burn with love, glow, burn

cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsum

fall, fall down

coepī, coepisse (defective verb, no present stem tenses)

began

convertō, convertere, convertī, conversum

turn around, alter, change

discō, discere, didicī

learn

efflō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum

breathe out, blow out (transitive)

effugiō, effugere, effūgī, effugitum

flee, escape from

excipiō, excipere, excēpī, exceptum

take out, receive

fīō, fierī, factus sum


(Present tense retains long `i' before vowels: fīō, fīs, fit, fīmus, fītis, fīunt)

become, be made (passive of faciō)

molliō, mollīre, mollīvī/molliī, mollītum

make pliant, make soft, soften

palleō, pallēre, palluī

become pale

recēdō, recēdere, recessī, recessum

go back, draw back, recede, retreat

supersum, superesse, superfuī

be left, remain

aēneus, -a, -um

brass ,bronze, brazen

eburneus, -a, -um

ivory (adjective)

exstīnctus, -a, -um

put out, extinguished

fīxus, -a, -um

fixed

frīgidus, -a, -um

cold

gravis, -e

heavy, serious

horrendus, -a, -um

horrible, terrible

Lēthaeus, -a, -um

Lethean

magicus, -a, -um

magic

mīrus, -a, -um

wonderful, amazing

obvius, -a, -um

to meet, in the way, against, exposed to

pervigilis, -e

ever-watchful

placidus, -a, -um

calm

posterus, -a, -um

next

sēcrētus, -a, -um

secret

tantus, -a, -um

so great, so much

terribilis, -e

terrible

trifōrmis, -e

three-formed

tūtus, -a, -um

safe

ipse, ipsa, ipsum

himself, herself, itself (pl. themsleves)

magis

more

quisque, quaeque, quidque

each, every, everyone, everything

subitō

suddenly

tam

so (with adjectives)

tot

so many