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baca, -ae
berry, nut, pearl, bead
blanditia, -ae
often pl. w/ sing.
flattery, alluring speech
blandus, -a, -um
coaxing, flattering; persuasive, enticing
brachium
forearm
cacumen, -inis n.
peak, top, treetop
caelo
to engrave, emboss
caerulus
sky-blue
calcare
to step on
calere
to be hot, warm
callidus, -a, -um
expert, wise; clever, crafty
captivus, -a, -um
captured, captive
caput n.
head
carmen, -inis n.
ritual utterance, chant, hymn; song, poem
carpo, 3, carpsi, carptus
to pluck, gather; tear at; to travel, pursue
casus, -us m.
fall; mishap, misfortune, accident
cedo, 3, cessi, cessurus
to go, proceed; + dat. to yield to, be inferior to
cera
beeswax
cervix, -icis
neck
cingo, 3, cinxi, cinctus
to surround, encircle
citus, -a, -um
swift, rapid
clivus, -i
sloping gound, slope; hillside, inclined surface
coepi, coepisse, coeptus
to begin
colligo, 3, collegi, collectus
to gather, arrange
collum, -i
neck
color, coloris m.
color
colubra, -ae
snake
columba, -ae
pigeon, dove
como, 3, compsi, comptus
to adorn, make beautiful; dress, arrange, comb
concha, -ae
shellfish, purple dye; shell, pearl
concipio, 3, concepi, conceptus
to receive; conceive, develop, express, compose
coniugium, -i
marraige
consto, 1, constitui, constaturus
to take up position, stand upon, stand firmly
conterminus, -a, -um + dat
bordering (upon), close (to)
conubium, -i
often pl. for sing
marraige, wedding rites
convenio, 4, conveni, conventurus
to assemble, meet; + dat to be suitec (to), beit, harmonize (with)
cornu, -us
animal's horn, bow
cortwx, cortices m.
bark (of a tree)
crater, -eris; acc: cratera m
mixing bowl
crimen, -inis n.
charge, accusation; misdeed, crime
crinis, crinis m.
lock of hair, hair
cruor, cruoris m.
blood (from a wound) slaughter
Cupido, Cupidinis
Cupid
cupido, -inis f.
passionate desire, longing
cuspis, -idis f.
sharp point, tip
damnosus
destructive