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inde
from there, thence, from then
vetus, veteris
old, ancient
Laestrȳgon, Laestrȳgonis m
Laestrygonian(s), a race of giant cannibals (the singular could be used collectively for the race as well as of an individual, but the plural Laestrȳgones was also very common)
Antiphatēs, -ae m
Antiphates, king of the Laestrygonians
numerus, -ī m
number
comitō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
join as a companion, accompany (the deponent comitor (1st. conjugation) is used with the same meaning and is probably commoner)
salūs, salūtis f
safety, health
impius, -a, -um
impious, godless
tingō, tingere, tīnxī, tīnctum
wet, dye, stain
īnstō, īnstāre, īnstitī (+dat)
pursue, follow eagerly
agmen, agminis n
column of men, army, troop, band
concitō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
incite
coeō, coīre, coīvī/coiī, coītum
come together, converge
trabs/trabēs, trabis f
timber, beam, tree
coniciō, conicere, coniēcī, coniectum
throw together, hurl
mergō, mergere, mersī, mersum
sink
vehō, vehere, vexī, vectum
carry, convey (in passive means ride on - e.g. autocinētō vectus hūc venī - I came here by car)
doleō, dolēre, doluī, dolitum
suffer pain, grieve, bewail
conqueror, conquerī, conquestus sum
complain of
nāte deā
goddess born, son of the goddess (vocative)
Mars, Martis m
Mars (god of war); war
Aenēā/Aenēa
vocative of Aenēās (the form with long final vowel is the original Greek, with short `a' a Latinisation of the ending. The metre shows that Ovid was using the former although the authors put the Latin form in the notes)
Circēs
of Circe (Greek genitive singular)
religō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum
moor
legō, legere, lēgī, lēctum
pick, choose, read
nimius, -a, -um
too much, excessive
līmen, līminis n
threshold
lupus, -ī m
wolf
lea, -ae f
lioness
occursus, -ūs m
meeting, running up
metus, -ūs m
fear, horror
nūllus, -a, -um
none (gen and dat sing: nūllīus, nūllī)
mōvēre
= mōvērunt (moved, from moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtum)
vestīgium, -iī n
footprint, track
ātrium, ātriī n
entrance hall, reception room
marmor, marmoris n
marble
sedeō, sedēre, sēdī, sessum
sit
sollemnis, -e
solemn
solium, -iī n
throne, bath-tub
palla, -ae f
robe
fīlum, -ī n
thread
dispōnō, -pōnere, -posuī, -positum
sort out, place down
sēcernō, sēcernere, sēcrēvī, sēcrētum
separate (vb.)
ūsus, -ūs m
use, value
fōlium, -iī n
leaf
concordia, -ae f
harmony, union
misceō, miscēre, miscuī, mixtum
mingle, blend
pendō, pendere, pependī, pēnsum
weigh (pendō needs to be distinguished from pendeō, pendēre, pependī (`hang down'), although the perfects of the two verbs are identical)
pōculum, -ī n
drinking goblet, a drink, cup
dīrus, -a, -um
cruel, horrible
hauriō, haurīre, hausī, haustum
drink, drink up
pudet
it shames (impersonal verb with accusative of person ashamed and genitive or infinitive for the cause of the feeling)
referō, referre, retulī/rettulī, relātum
carry back, report
prōcumbō, prōcumbere, prōcubuī, prōcubitum
bend forward, prostrate oneself
rostrum, -ī n
beak, snout, ship's beak (the rostra (n pl) was the speakers' platform in the forum, decorated with the beaks of captured enemy ships).
sūmō, sūmere, sūmpsī, sūmptum
take, pick up
vītō, vītāre, vītāvī, vītātum
avoid, escape
clādēs, clādis f
damage, disaster, ruin
superī, -ōrum m pl
the gods, the heavenly ones
niger, nigra, nigrum
black
rādīx, rādīcis f
root
īnsidiōsus, -a, -um
treacherous, deceitful, dangerous
stringō, stringere, strīnxī, strictum
draw (a sword etc.)
dēterreō, dēterrēre, dēterruī, dēterritum
thoroughly terrify
fidēs, fideī f
pledge, promise, faith, assurance
dextrae datae sunt
right hands were given (i.e. pledges were exchanged)
coniugium, -ī n
marriage, wedding
canō, canere, cecinī, cantum
sing
magis...magis
the more...the more
levō, -āre, -āvī
lift, free, make light
umerus, -ī m
shoulder
fleō, flēre, flēvī, flētum
weep
haereō, haerēre, haesī, haesum
cling to, hang on (+ dat or abl)