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lugeo
lugeo lugere luxi intransit. [to mourn , be in mourning]
venustus, a, um (cf. venustas)
venustus -a -um [charming , lovely, graceful]
venustas -atis f. [loveliness , charm, attractiveness].
plus
plus, pluris = more
oculus
(cf. ocellus)
oculus -i m. [the eye]
ocellus -i m. [a (little) eye; a darling].
mellitus
(cf. mel)
mellitus -a -um [honeyed; sweet as honey].

mel mellis n. [honey; sweetness , pleasantness].
nosco
nosco noscere novi notum [to become acquainted with , get to know]
gremium
gremium -i n. [lap , bosom; womb].
salio
(cf. circumsilio)
salio salire salui saltum [to spring , leap, bound]
circumsilio -ire [to leap or jump round].
huc... illuc
huc (atque) illuc, [hither and thither].
pipio
?
usque
usque [through and through , all the way; continuously; always]
tenebrae
tenebrae -arum f. pl. [darkness; night; blindness; obscurity].
nego
nego -are [to say no; to deny , say that...not; to deny a request, refuse to give or do].
unde
(cf. undique, cf. ubique)
unde [whence , from where]
undique [from or on all sides , from everywhere, everywhere; altogether, in every respect]
ubique [everywhere].
bellus -a -um
bellus -a -um colloq. , [pretty, handsome]
aufero
aufero auferre abstuli ablatum [to carry away , remove]
opera
(cf. opus)
opera -ae f. [trouble , pains, exertion]
opus -eris n. [work , labor; work done, a finished work; a building; a literary work or a work of art]
fleo
(cf. flo, cf. fluo)
fleo flere flevi fletum intransit. , [to weep; to drip, trickle]
flo flare flavi flatum [to blow]
fluo fluere fluxi fluxum: [to flow]
turgidus
turgidus -a -um [swollen]