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lepor,-oris m.
pleasantness, charm
pergo, ere, perrexi, perrectum
to go on with, to continue, proceed
rapax,-cis adj.
seizing, snatching, grasping, greedy
frondifer,-a,-um
leaf-bearing, leafy
incutio,-ere,-cussi, cussum;
to strike, dash, beat against
blandus,-a,-um
flattering, fondling, caressing, enticing, alluring, tempting
efficio,-ere,fēcī, fectum
to do, produce, effect, make
propago,-are,-āvī,-ātum
to propogate, to extend, to prolong
saeculum,-i, n.
age, generation, lifetime
cupidus,-a,-um
desirous, eager, fond, loving, passionate, lustful, greedy, ambitious, partial
exorior,-iri,-itus
to spring up, come out, rise, to arise, appear, start
amabilis,-e
lovely, loveable
pango,-ere,panxī,-pepigī,-pāctum
to drive in, fasten, to make, compose, agree, settle
aeternus,-a,-um
eternal, immortal, lasting
instans,-antis
present, urgent, threatening
aspectus,-ūs m.
look, sight, glance,sense of sight,aspect, appearance
fulmen,-inis nt.
thunderbolt, (fig.) disaster
minitor,-ari,& o,-are
to threaten
eō & quō
ablative of degree of difference

by that, by so much
relative = by which, by how much
effringo,-ere,-ēgī,-āctum
to break open, smash
cupidē
eagerly, passionately
claustra,-orum nt. pl.
bolt, bar, lock, barrier, barricade, dam
vividus,-a,-um
full of life, (art) true to life, vivid,(mind) lively
mundus,-i m.
toilet gear, universe, heavens, world
peragro,-are,-āvī,-ātum
travel through, traverse
immensus,-a,-um
immeasurable, vast, unending
quanam
what way
terminus,-i m.
boundary line, limit, bound, god of boundaries