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cado,ere,cecidi,casus
fall, fail, sink, die
cadus,i m.
jar, urn
caecus,a,um
blind, dark, hidden
caedes,is f.
slaughter,murder,massacre
caedo,ere,cecidi,caesus
cut (down), kill
caelestis,ium (um) m.
divinities, gods
caelistis,e
divine,heavenly
caelo (1)
engrave, emboss
Caesar,aris m.
Julius Caesar; Augustus Caesar
Caicus,i m.
comrade of Aeneas
Caieta,ae f.
Italian coast city near Rome (modern Gaeta in Italy)
calcar,aris n.
spur,goad
caleo,ere,ui
be hot,burn
calidus,a,um
hot
callis,is m.
path, track
calor, oris-m
heat, warmth, glow
candens, entis
shining, white, gleaming
canis, is-m (f)
dog, hound
cano, ere, cecini, cantus
sing(of), chant, prophesy, proclaim
canorus, a, um
tuneful, musical
cantus, us-m
song, music, chant, tune
canus, a, um
white, gray, horay
capesso, ere, ivi, itus
(under)take, perform, (try to) seize, reach
capra, ae-f
she-goat
captvus, a, um
captive, captured
capulus, i-m
hilt, andle, head
Capys, yos, (acc). yn-m
comrade of Aeneas
carbasus, -f
linen; sail
carcer, eris-m
prison, enclosure
cardo, inis-m
hinge, pivot, socket
careo, ere, ui, itus
be free from, lack (+acc)
carina, ae-f
keel;ship, boat
carmen, inis-n
song , verse, oracle
carpo, ere, psi,ptus
pluck, consume, waste
carus, a ,um
dear, beloved, fond
Cassandra, ae-f
Trojan prophetess, punished by Apollo and so never believed
castigo (1)
reprove, chastise, punish
castra, orum-n
camp, encampment
casus, us-m
chance, (mis)fortune
caterva, ae-f
band, troop, crowd
careo, ere, ui, itus
be free from, lack (+acc)
carina, ae-f
keel;ship, boat
carmen, inis-n
song , verse, oracle
carpo, ere, psi,ptus
pluck, consume, waste
carus, a ,um
dear, beloved, fond
Cassandra, ae-f
Trojan prophetess, punished by Apollo and so never believed
castigo (1)
reprove, chastise, punish
castra, orum-n
camp, encampment
casus, us-m
chance, (mis)fortune
caterva, ae-f
band, troop, crowd
Caucasus, i-m
rugged mountain range between Europe and Asia
causa, ae-f
cause, reason, occasion, case
cautes, is-f
rock, cliff, crag
caverna, ae-f
hollow, cavity, cave
cavo(1)
hollow out
cavus, a ,um
hollow, vaulted
Cecropides, ae-m
descendant of Cecrops, Athenian
cedo, ere, cessi, cessus
yield, depart
celebro (1)
celebrate, observe, solemnly
celer, eris, ere
swift, speedy, quick
celero(1)
haste, hurry, speed
cella, ae-f
cell, storeroom
celo (1)
hide, conceal
celsus, a ,um
hgh, lofty towering
centum
hundred
Cerealis, e
of Ceres, (godess of) grain
cerno, ere, crevi, cretus
see, discern, preceive
certamen, inis-n
contest, rivalry, strife
certe
certinly, surley
certo (1)
strive, fight, vie, contend
certus, a, um
fixed, sure, certain, reliable
cerva, ae-f
deer, doe
cervix, icis-f
neck
cervus, i-m
cease, pause, dela, hesitate
ceterus, a ,um
rest, remaining, other
ceu
(just) as, as if
Chalcidicus, a um
Chalcidian, f Chalcis, a city of Euboea, from which Cumae was founded
chlamys, ydis-f
cloak, mantle, cape
chorus, i-m
chorus, dance, band
cieo, ere, civi, citus
(a)rouse, stir (up)
cingo, ere, cinxi, cinctus
encircle, surround, gird(le)
cingulum, i-n
belt, grdle,
cinis,eris-m
ashes (of the dead), ambers
circa
around, about
circumdo, dare, dedi, datus
surround, place around (+ dat)
circumspicio, ere, circumspexi, circumspectus
look around (for), get sight of
circumsto, are, steti
surrond, stand around
circumvenio, ire, veni, ventus
encircle
circumvolo (1)
fly around. fly about
Cithaeron, onis-m
Greek mountain near Thebes, on which the rites of Bacchus were celebrated
cithara, ae-f
lyre, harp
cito
quickly, soon
citus, a, um
quick, swift
civis, is-m (f)
citizen, compatriot
clam
secretly
clamo(1)
shriek, cry (out), call (on)
clarus, a, um
clear, bright, illustrious
claudo, ere, si, sus
(en)close, shut (in)
claustra, orum-n
barrier, bar, bolt
claustrum, i-n
bolt, fastening, barrier
clipeus, i-m
round, shield, buckler
Cloanthus, i-m
trojan leader
Clonus, i-m
Clunus, name of craftsman (mentioned only in the Aenied)
Cnos(s)ius, a, um
Cnossian, of Cnossos, a city in Crete
Cocytus, i-m
river of Hades
coeo,ire,coii,coitus
go together
coepi, isse, ptus
begin
coeptum,i n.
undertaking
coetus, us m.
company, band
Coeus, i m.
one of the Titans, son of Earth
cognomen, inis n.
nickname
cognosco, ere, novi, nitus
learn, know
cogo, ere, coegi, coactus
bring together
colligo, ere, legi, lectus
collect
collis, is m.
hill
collum, i n.
neck
colo, ere, ui, cultus
cultivate
colonus,i m.
colonist
color,oris m.
color, hue, tint
coluber, bri m.
snake, serpent
columba, ae f.
dove
columna, ae f.
column, pillar
coma,ae f.
hair, locks, tresses
comitatus,us m.
retinue
comito (1)
accompany, attend
comitor, ari, atus
accompany
commendo (1)
entrust, commit
commisceo, ere, ui, mixtus
mix, mingle
commissum, i n.
fault, crime
committo, ere, movi, motus
move, stir
communis, e
(in) common, mutual
como, ere, mpsi, mptus
arrange
compages, is f.
joint, seam, fastening
compello (1)
address, accost, speak to
complector, i, plexus
embraces
columba, ae f.
dove
columna, ae f.
column, pillar
coma,ae f.
hair, locks, tresses
comitatus,us m.
retinue
comito (1)
accompany, attend
comitor, ari, atus
accompany
commendo (1)
entrust, commit
commisceo, ere, ui, mixtus
mix, mingle
commissum, i n.
fault, crime
committo, ere, movi, motus
move, stir
communis, e
(in) common, mutual
como, ere, mpsi, mptus
arrange
compages, is f.
joint, seam, fastening
compello (1)
address, accost, speak to
complector, i, plexus
embraces
compleo, ere, evi, etus
fill, complete
compono, ere, posui, pos(i)tus
compose
compre(he)ndo, ere, i, ensus
grasp
conactus, us m.
attempt
concedo, ere, cessi, cessus
yeild
concha, ae f.
(sea) shell, conch
concido, ere, i
fall
concilio (1)
win over, unite
concio, ire, concivi, concitus
bring together, stir up
conclamo (1)
cry, shout
concludo,ere, si, sus
(en)close
concresco, ere, concrevi, concretus
stiffen
concretus, a, um
grown together
concurro, ere, (cu)curri, cursus
run together
concursus, us m.
throng, crowd
concution, ere, cussi, cussus
shake, shatter
condensus, a, um
crowded
condo, ere, didi, ditus
found, establish
confido, ere, sus sum
trust
confio, fieri, fectus
be done
confundo, ere, fudi, fucus
confuse
congero, er, gessi, gestus
heap up
congredior, i, gressus
meet, fight with(+dat)
conicio, ere, ieci, iectus
hurl, shooti
oniiugium, (i)i n.
wedlock, husband
coniungo, ere, iunxi, iunctus
join
conlabor, i, lapsus
faint, collapse
conor, ari, atus
attempt
conscendo, ere, i, ensus
mount, climb
conscius, a, um
conscious
consido, ere, sedi, sessus
sit (down)
consilium, i n.
plan, advice
Consisto, ere, stiti, stitus
stand (fast),rest, stop, settle
conspectus, us
m. sight, (inter)view
conspicio, ere, spexi, spectus
see, look at, behold
consisto, ere, stiti, stitus
stand, (fast), rest, stop, settle
conspectus, us.
m. sight, (inter)view
conspicio, ere, spexi, spectus
see, look at, behold
consterno, ere, stravi, stratus
law, strew, low
constituo, ere, ui, utus
establish, resolve
consto, are, avi, atus
stand firm, halt
consulo, ere, ui, ltus
consult, consider
consultum, i.
n., resolve, decree, oracle
consumo, ere, mpsi, mptus
consume, waste
consurgo, ere, consurrexi, consurrectus
rise, stand up
contendo, ere, i, ntus
strive, contend; bend, draw tight; shoot, aim
conticeso, ere, ticui
become silent, hush
contiguus, a, um
next to, near, close; able to be touched
contingo, ere, tigi, tactus
touch, befall
continuo
adv. immediately, at once
contorqueo, ere, rsi, rtus
hurl, twirl
contra
opposite, facing, against, in reply (+ acc.);adv. opposite, facing in reply
contraho, ere, contraxi, contra
collect, draw together
contrarius, a, um
opposite, opposing
contundo, ere, tudi, tu(n)sus
bruise, crush
conubium, i.
i. n. right of intermarriage, marriage
convallis, is.
f. valley, vale, dale
convecto (1)
convey, carry along
convello, ere, i, vulsus
tear (off up), shatter
convenio, ire, veni, ventus
come together, assemble
converto, ere, i, rsus
turn (around), reverse
convexum, i
n. hollow, vault, dome, sky
convivum, i
n. feast, banquet
convolvo, ere, i, volutus
roll, coil
coorior, iri, ortus
(a) rise
copia, ae.
f. abundance, plenty, forces
cor, cordis
n. heart, spirit, feelings
coram
adv. before the face, face to face, openly
corneus
a,um of horn
cornu
us,n horn,tip,end
corona
ae,f wreath,garland,crown
corripio
ere,ui,reptus seize, snatch up
corrumpo
ere,rupi,ruptus spoil,ruin
corruo
ere,corrui,- rush down, fall
corusco
(1) brandish,shake
coruscus
a,um waving, quivering, flashing
costa
ae,f rib,side
cot(h)urnus
i,m high boots, buskin
crastinus
a,um tomorrow's, of tomorrow
crater
eris,m mixing bowl
creber
bra, brum frequent,repeated,crowded
credo
ere,didi,ditus believe,trust
crepito
(1) rattle,rustle,crash
crepitus
us,m (the sound of) rattling,clashing
cresco
ere,crevi,cretus spring up,grow, increase
Cresius
a,um of Crete,Cretan
Cretes
ium,m Cretans, inhabitants of Crete
cretus
a,um grown,sprung
Creusa
ae,f wife of Aeneas, lost during the sack of Troy
crinis
is,m hair,locks,tresses
crispo
are,atus brandish,wave
cristatus
a,um plumed,crested
croceus
a,um yellow,saffron,ruddy
crudelis
e, cruel,bloody,bitter
cruentus
a,um bloody,cruel
cruor
oris,m blood,gore
cubile
is,n couch,bed
cubitum
i,n elbow,arm
culmen
inis,n roof,peak,summit,top
culpa
ae,f fault,blame,weakness,sin
Cumae
arum,f city on the bayof Naples,founded by settlers from chalcis, city of Euboea
Cumaeus
a,um of Cumae, a city near Naples
cumulo
(1) heap up, pile high
cumulus
i,m heap,mass,pile
cunctor
ari,atus delay,cling,linger,hesitate
cuneus
i,m wedge,block of seats
cupido
inis,f love,desire,longing
cupio
ere,ivi,itus desire,wish
cur
why? for what reason
curo
(1) care,heed,regard
curro
ere, cucurri, cursus run
currus
us,m chariot,car
curvus
a,um curved,winding,bent
cuspis
pidis,f point,spear,lance
custos
odis,m guardian,keeper
Cyclopius
a,um Cyclopean, of the Cyclopes, huge one-eyed giants of Sicily
Cyllenius
i,m the Cyllenean of Mt. Cyllene in Arcadia birthplace of Mercury
Cymothoe
es,f a sea nymph
Cynthus
i,m mountain in Delos, birthplace of Apollo and Diana
Cytherea
ae,f Venus,goddess of ythera, a Greek island where Venus was born from the foam of the sea
caelum, i n.
sky, heaven; weather
campus, i m.
plain, field, level surface
capio, ere, cepi, captus
take, sieze, catch, captivate, decieve, occupy
caput, itis n.
head; summit; life; person
casus, us m.
chance, misfortune; fall
cerno, ere, crevi, cretus
decern, percieve, understand; decide; fight
circum
around, about, at, near
clamor, oris m.
shout, roar, applause
classis, is f.
fleet, army, ship
comes, itis m. (f.)
follower, comrade
conjunx, jugis m. (f.)
husband, wife
corpus, oris n.
body, corpse, form
cum (conj.)
cum(prep.)
(conj.)when, while, since, although
(prep.)with (abl.)
cura, ae f.
care, anxiety; grief; love
cunctus, a, um
all, whole, entire
cursus, us m.
course, running, haste