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sense of shame
m.
pudor, pudoris
decency, chastity
m.
pudor, pudoris
time, age
n.
aevum, aevi
"to spend one's life"
"aevum agere"
unmarried, celebate
caelibs, caelibis
to settle upon
insidio, insidere, insedi, insessum
to sink into
insidio, insidere, insedi, insessum
pebble
m.
lapillus, lapilli
gem
m.
lapillus, lapilli
feather
f.
pluma, plumae
feather cushion, pillow
f.
pluma, plumae
to strike with a weapon
icio, icere, ici, ictum
frankincense
n.
tus, turis
(often pl.: tures, turum)
to fume
fumo, fumare, fumavi
to emit smoke
fumo, fumare, fumavi
made of ivory
eburnus, eburna, eburnum
step, pace
m.
gradus, gradūs
phase, stage
m.
gradus, grasūs
nearby area, vicinity
f.
vicinia, viciniae
nearness, proximity
f.
vicinia, viciniae
to cover
tego, tegere, texi, tectum
to hide, to conceal
tego, tegere, texi, textum
to split apart
findo, findere, fidi, fissum
to open up
findo, findere, fidi, fissum
wall
m.
pariēs, parietis
defect, flaw, flaw, imperfection
n.
vitium, vitii
vice
n.
vitium, vitii
ear
f.
auris, auris
seat
f.
sedes, sedis
home, place, position
f.
sedes, sedis
to dry
sicco, sicare, sicavi, siccatum
roof, ceiling
n.
tectum, tecti
house, building
n. (by synecdoche)
tectum, tecti
funeral pyre, ash
n. (often pl. for sing.)
bustum, busti
grave-mound, tomb
n. (often pl. for sing.)
bustum, busti
copious, abundant
uber, uberis
rich (in)
+ abl.
uber, uberis
expert, wise
callidus, callida, callidum
clever, crafty
callidus, callida, callidum
darnkess
f. pl.
tenebrae, tenebrarum
to smear, to cover
oblino, oblinere, oblevi, oblitum
to stain with blood
cruento, cruentare, cruentavi, cruentatum
mantle, cloak
m.
amictus, amictūs
to wet, to soak, to moisten
tingo, tingere, tinxi, tinctum
to dye, to stain, to color
tingo, tingere, tinxi, tinctum
to tear apart, to tear to pieces
divello, divellere, divelli, divulsum
rocky cliff, crag
f.
rupes, rupis