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genetrix - icis f.
one who brings forth, a mother
almus,-a,-um
nourishing, kind
subter (adv. & prep.)
beneath, below, underneath
nāviger, -gera, -gerum
ship-bearing, navigable
frugiferens, -entis
fruitful, fertile
quoniam, conj.
since, seeing that, whereas, because
concipio,-ere, cēpi, -ceptum
to take together, hold together, LIT; to contain, hold
vīso, -ere, -vīsi, vīsum
to look at carefully, to contemplate
exortus,-ūs, m. (exorior)
a rising, (solis), the East
suāvis, -e adj.
with comp./sup.
sweet, pleasant, agreeable, delightful
daedalus,-a,-um
skilful
tellus, -ūris f.
the earth, world, globe
summitto, -ere, mmīsi, missum
send forth
rideo, -ere, -rīsi, -rīsum
to laugh
aequora-oris, n.

aequora ponti
a flat level surface

the sea
species,-ēi, gen. and dat. pl

not exist
phantom, vision, dream,
a seeing, view, look, sight
verno, are
to be spring-like, flourish, grow green
patefacio,-ere,-fēcī, -factum
to open, throw open, lay open
resero, -are
to unbolt, open
vigeo, ere
to be vigorous, thrive, flourish
genitabilis,-e
fruitful, productive
āerius,-a,-um
airy, belonging to the air
volucris,-is
bird or flying insect
ferus,-a,-um
wild, untamed, wild animal
pecus,-udis f.
single head of cattle, beast, animal
pabulum,-i,n.
fodder, food, nourishment
laetus,-a,-um
rich, fat, fertile, copious, fluent, bright, pleasant, fortunate, propitious, glad, joyful
trāno,-āre
to swim across, to swim over
with accusative of place
rapidus,-a,-um
tearing, seizing, impetuous swift - of physical movement; fierce, torrent
amnis,-is m.
river, stream of water