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damno (1)
condemn, sentence, doom, devote
daps, dapis f.
feast,banquet
Dardan(i)us,a,um
Trojan,Dardanian
Dardania,ae f.
Troy, citadel or Dardanus
Dardanides, ae m.
Dardanian Trojan
Dardanis, idis f.
Trojan woman
Dardanius,a,um
Dardanian Trojan
Dardanus, i m.
early king of troy
Daunus,i, m.
Turnus' father
debello (1)
exhaust through war, crush
Debeo,ere,ui,itus
Owe, be due, be destined
debitus,am,um
due,owed,destined
decedo,ere,cessi,cessus
depart
decerpo, ere, decuit
pluck
decet,ere,decuit
be fitting, be suitable, be proper
decipio,ere,cepi,ceptus
Deceive
declino (1)
turn aside,bend,down,droop
decurro,ere,(cu)curri,cursus
run (down), hasten
decus,oris n.
ornament, glory, dignity
deduco, ere, duxi, ductus
lead forth, lead down, launch
defendo,ere,i,fensus
ward off, protect
defero, ferre, tuli, latus
carry (down), report
defessus,a,um
weary, tired, worn
deficio,ere,feci,fectus
fail, faint, be lacking
defigo, ere,fixi,fixus
fix (down), fasten
defluo,ere,fluxi,fluxus
flow downd
deformo (1)
disfigure,mar,spoil
defungor,i,functus
perform, finish (+abl.)
degener,eris
degenerate,base,ignoble
dehinc (adv)
then, thereupon
dehisco,ere,hivi
yawn,gape,open (up)
Deicio,ere,ieci,iectus
throw(down), cast down, dislodge
deinde (adv)
thence, next, thereupon
Deiopea,ae f.
a nymph
Deiphobe, es f.
prophetess and priestess of Apollo and Hectate
deligo,ere,legi,lectus
choose,select
Delius,a,um
Delian, of Delos birthplace of Apollo
delubrum,i n.
shrine,temple,sanctuary
demes,entis
crazy, mad, distracted
demitto,ere,misi, missus
send down, let down
dmo, ere, mpsi, mptus
remoe, take away
demum
at length, finally
deni, ae, a
ten (ach), by tens
denique
finally, a last, n short, in a word
dens, dentis m.
toooth, fluke
densus, a, um
thick, crowded, dense
depascor, i, pastus
feed on, devour
deprecor (1)
plead against, seek, to avoid
derigo, ere, rexi, rectus
direct, guide
deripio, ere, deripui, dereptus
snach away, pull
desaevio, ire, ivi, itus
rage
descendo, ere, i, ensus
descend
descensus, us m.
descent
describo, ere, psi, ptus
mark out, map
desero, ere, ui, rtus
desert, forsake
desilio, ire, desilui, -
jump down
desino, ere, sivi, situs
cease, desist
despecto (1)
look down (on)
despico, ere, spexi, spectus
look down on, scorn, despise, disdain
desturo, ere, truxi, structus
destroy
desuetus, a, um
unused, unaccustomed
desum, esse, fui
be absent, lack
desuper adv.
from above
detineo, ere, ui, tentus
detain, hold back
detorqueo, ere, rsi, rtus
turn (away)
detrudo, ere, si, sus
push off, dislodge
devenio, ire, veni, ventus
come (down), arrive (at)
develo (1)
fly down
di(ve)s, di(vi)tis
rich, wealthy (+gen.)
Diana, ae f.
goddess of the hunt and of the mountains
dicio, onis f.
power, rule, sway
dico (1)
consecrate, assign, proclaim
Dictaeus, a, um
of Dicte, a moutain in Crete; Cretan
difficilis, e
difficult, hard, painful
diffugio, ere, fugi
flee apart, scatter
diffundo, ere, fudi, fusus
scatter, spread
dignor, ari, atus
deem worthy, deign (+abl.)
dignus, a, um
wothy, suitable, fit(ting)
digredior,i,gressus
(de)part, seperate
dilabor, i, lapsus
glide away, depart
diligo, ere, lexi, lectus
love, cherish
dimoveo, ere, ovi, otus
divide, remove
dirigo, ere, rexi, rectus
direct, guide
diripio,ere,ui,reptus
plunder,ravage,tear from
dirus, a, um
dire, awful, dreadful
dis(s)icio, ere, ieci, iectus
scatter, disperse
Dis, Ditis m.
Pluto, god of Hades
discerno, ere, ere, crevi, cretus
divide, seperate; dissolve (a dispute)
discolor, oris
of different color(s)
discrepo, are, discrepui (or discrepavi)
disagree, be different
discrimen, inis n.
crisis, danger
discussus, us m.
departure, seperation
disicio, ere, ieci, iectus
scatter, disperse
disiungo, ere, iunxi, iuntus
seperate, disconnect
dispello, ere, puli, pulsus
drive apart, disperse, scatter
dissulto (1)
leap apart, burst asunder
dissimulo (1)
conceal, dissimulate, pretend otherwise, hide, disguise
distendo, ere, i, ntus
distend, stretch
diu adv.
a long time, long
divello, ere, i (or vulsi), vulsus
tear apart
diversus, a, um
divine, celestial, holy
divido, ere, visi, visus
divide, seperate, distribute
divinus, a, um
divine, celestial, holy
doceo, ere, ui, ctus
teach (about), tell, inform
doleo, ere, ui, itus
suffer, grieve (at), be angry (at,with), resent
Dolopes, um m.
Greeks of Thessaly
dolor, oris m.
grief, pain, passion, anger
dolus, i m.
deceit, wiles, trick, fraud, scheme
dominor, ari, atus
rule (over) (+dat.)
dominus, i m.
master, lord, ruler
domo, are, ui, itus
tame, subdue
donec
until, while, as long as
Doricus, a, um
Doric, Spartan, Greek
dorsum, i n.
back, ridge, reef
dotalis, e
of a dowry, as a dowry
draco, onis m.
dragon, serpent
Dryopes, um m.
a people of northern Greece
dubius, a, um
doubtful, wavering
ductor, oris m.
leader, chieftan, guide
dulcis, e
sweet, dear, fond
duo, ae, a
two
duplex, icis
double, both
duplicitas,a,um
doubled
duro (1)
harden, endure
durus, a, um
hard(ly), harsh, rough, stern
Danaus, a, um
Danaan, Greek
de
(down, away) from, of, concerning, according to (abl)
dea, ae-f
godess
deus, dei-m
god, divinity
dexter, (e)ra, (e)rum
right (hand); favorable
dico, ere, dixi, dictus
say, tell, speak
dictum, i-n
word, speech, command
Dido, onis-f
legendary founder and queen of carthrage
dies, diei-m (f)
day , time, season
divus, a, um
divine, heavenly,
do, dare, dedi, datus
give, grant
domus, us-f
house
donum, i-n
gift offering, prize, reward
duco, ere, duxi, ductus
lead, draw
dum
while