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pastor, oris
m. shepherd, herdsman
Patavium, i
n. city of northern Italy, modern Padua, about 20 miles west of Venice
patefacio, ere, feci, factus
lay open
pateo, ere, ui
lie open, be evident, extend
patera, ae
f. bowl
patesco, ere, ui
open up, be revealed
patiens, entis
enduring, tolerating
patior, i, passus
suffer, endure, allow
patria, ae
f. homeland, country
paucus, a, um
little, few, light, scanty
paulus
little, slightly, somewhat
pavidus, a, um
fearful, frightened
pavor, oris
m. terror, shuddering, alarm
pax, pacis
f. peace
pecus, oris
n. flock, herd, swarm
pecus, pecudis
f. animal
pedes, itis
m. footsoldier, infantry, foot traveler
Pelides, ae
m. descendant of Peleus, Achilles
pellis, is
f. skin, hide
pello, ere, pepuli, pulsus
drive (away), dismiss
pelta, ae
f. lightshield
penates, ium
m. household gods
pendeo, ere, pependi
hang, depend
pendo, ere, pependi, pensus
weigh out, pay
penetrabilis, e
able to be penetrated, able to penetrate
Phryx, Phrygis
Phrygian, Trojan
Phthia, ae f.
city and district of northern Greece, home of Achilles, a Greek chieftain against Troy
piaculum, i n
expiation, crime
picea, ae f.
pitch-pine
pictura, ae f.
picture, painting
pietas, atis f.
loyalty, devotion, duty
piget, ere, uit
it displeases
pineus, a, um
of pine
pingo, ere, pinxi, pictus
paint, embroider, tattoo
pinguis, e
fat, fertile, rich
pinifer, era, erum
pine-bearing
piscosus, a, um
fishy, fish-haunted
placeo, ere, ui, itus
please (+ dat)
placidus, a, um
peaceful, calm, quiet
plaga, ae f.
net, snare, toils; region, tract
plangor, oris m.
clamor, wailing, beating, shriek
planta, ae f.
heel; sole of foot
plenus, a, um
full, complete, swelling
pluma, ae f.
feather, plume
Poenus, a, um
Phoenician, Carthaginian
Poenus, i m.
Carthaginian, Phoenician
Polites, ae m.
son of Priam, slain by Neoptolemus
polliceor, eri, itus
promise, offer
Pollux, ucis m.
son of Jupiter and Leda
polus, i m.
pole, sky
pondus, eris n.
weight, burden
pone adv.
behind, after
pontus, i m.
wave, sea
poples, itis m.
knee, back of knee
populo (1)
devastate, plunder, ravage
populus, i m.
people, nation, crowd
porta, ae f.
door, gate
porticus, us f.
corridor
porto (1)
carry, bear
posco, ere, poposci
demand,ask
post
after, behind
posterus, a, um
following, later, next
posthabeo, ere, ui, itus
place after, esteem less
postis, is m.
post, door, gate
postquam
after, when
potens, entis
powerful, ruling (+gen)
potior, iri, itus
possess, gain (+ abl)
potior, ius
preferable, better
potius adv.
rather,preferably
praeceps, cipitis
headlong, headforemost
praecipio, ere, cepi, ceptus
anticipate, teach
praecipito (1)
fall headlong, throw, hasten
praecipue adv.
especially, particularly
praeclarus, a, um
very renowned
praecordia, orum, n. pl.
heart, breast
praeda, ae f.
booty, spoils, prey
praeficio, ere, feci, fectus
set over (+ acc., dat.)
praefigo, ere, praefixi, praefixus
tip, point
praemitto, ere, misi, missus
send forward
praemium, i(i) n.
reward, prize
praepes, etis
swift, flying
praeruptus, a, um
steep, towering
praescius, a, um
foreknowing, prescient
praesens, entis
present, instant
praesentio, ire, sensi, sensus
perceive first, suspect
praesepe, is n.
stall, hive
praesideo, ere, sedi, sessus
rule, protect, (+dat)
praestans, antis
excellent, superior
praesto, are, stiti, status
excel, be better
praetendo, ere, i, ntus
hold before, use as screen; stretch before, extend
praeterea adv.
besides, also, futhermore
praetereo, iri, ii (ivi), itus
surpass, pass (by)
praeterlabor, i, lapsus
glide by
praetexo, ere, ui, xtus
fringe, cloak
praevertor, i, rsus
outstrip, surpass
pravum, i n.
wrong, perverse act
prehendo, ere, i, nsus
seize, grasp
precor, ari, atus
pray, entreat, invoke
premo, ere, pressi, pressus
(re)press, control, overwhelm
pabulus
i,n fodder,pasture
paciscor
i,pactus stipulate,bargain,fix
Pallas
adis,f Minerva,goddess of wisdom and the arts
Pallas
Pallantis,m Pallas, son of the Arcadian king Evander and ally of Aeneas
pallens
entis pale,pallid,wan
pallidus
a,um pale,wan,pallid
palma
ae,f palm,hand
palus
udis,f swamp,marsh
pando
ere,i,passus spread,open,loosen
Paphus
i,f city of Cyprus,famous center of the worship of Venus
Par
paris equal,like,similar
Parcae
arum,f the Fates
Parco
ere,peperci,parsus spare
Pareo
ere,ui,itus obey,yeild
Pario
ere,peperi,partus produce,gain,acquire,give birth to
Paris
idis,m Trojan prince, sonof Priam,took Helen from her husband Menelaus and thus caused the Trojan War
Pariter
adv equally,side by side
Partior
iri,itus distribute,divide
Partus
us,m birth,offspring
Parum
adv slightly, too little, not
Parvulus
a,um tiny,very small,little
Parvus
a,um small,little
Pasco
ere,pavi,pastus feed, graze, eat
Pascor
i,pastus feed,graze
Pasiphae
es,f wife of Minos,king of Crete,who fell in love with a beautiful bull and was assisted by Daedalus to gratify her passion
Passim
adv everywhere,all about
pretium, i n.
price, reward, value
prex, precis f.
prayer, vow
primo
at first, the begining
princeps, cipis m.
cheif, leader
principio
at first, in the begining
prior, ius
soon
priscus, a, um
ancient, primative
pristinus, a, um
ancient, former
prius
sooner, formerly
pro
instead of
probo (1)
test, prove
procedo, ere, cessi, cessus
advance
procella, ae f.
blast, gale
procumbo, ere, cubui, cubitus
fall(forward), sink
prodeo, ire, ivi, itus
advance
produco, ere, produxi, productus
bring forth
proelium, ii n.
battle
prodo, ere, didi, ditus
betray, hand down
proficiscor, i, fectus
set out, depart
profor, ari, atus
speak (out), say
profugus, a, um
exiled, fugative
profundus, a, um
deep, profound
progenies, ei f.
offspring, progeny
progigno, ere, genui, gentitus
bring fourth, bear
progrdior, i, gessus
advance, proceed
prolabor, i, lapsus
slide, fall, perish
proles, is f.
progeny, offspring
promereor, eri, itus
deserve, render service, merit, earn
promitto, ere, misi, missus
promise
promo, ere, mpsi, mptus
bring forth
pronuba, ae f.
matron of honor
pronus, a, um
leaning forward, headlong
propago, inis f.
offshot, offspring, decendant
propero (1)
hasten, hury
propior, ius
nearer, closer
proprius, a, um
one's own
propter
on account of
propugnaculum, i n.
rampart, battlement
prora, ae f.
prow (of ship)
proruptus, a, um
dashing, furious
prosequor, i, sectus
follow
Proserpina, ae f.
wife of Pluto
prospectus, us m.
veiw
prospicio, ere, spexi, spectus
look out on, see
protendo, ere, protendi, protentus
stretch forth, extend
protinus
continuosly
proveho, ere, vexi, vectus
carr, convey
proximus, a, um
nearest
pubes, is f.
youth
pudor, oris m.
shame, modesty
puella, ae f.
girl
pugna, ae f.
battle, fight
pugno (1)
fight
pugno (1)
fight
pugnus, i m.
fist
pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
beautiful, handsome, splendid
pulso (1)
beat, strike, lash, batter
pulverulentus, a, um
dusty
pulvis, pulveris m.
dust
Punicus, a, um
Carthaginian, Punic
purpureus, a, um
purple
parens, parentis m. (f.)
parent
paro (1)
prepare
pars, partis f.
part, portion, share, side
pater, patris m.
father, ancestor
patrius, a, um
paternal, ancestral, native
pectus, pectoris n.
breast, heart, soul
pelagus, i m.
sea, flood, waves
per + acc
through, by, over, amoung, because of
pes, pedis m.
foot
peto, petere, petivi, petitus
seek, attack, ask
plus
more
pius, a, um
loyal, rightious
poena, ae f.
punishment, penalty
pono, ponere, posui, positus
put, place; establish
portus, us m.
port, harbor
possum, posse, potui
be able, can
primus, a, um
first
procul
far, at a distance
puer, pueri m.
boy
puppis, is f.
stern; ship, vessel
penetralia, ium n.
chamber, inner room
penetraalis, e
inmost, interior
penetro (1)
enter, penetrate
penitus adv.
deep within, deeply, wholly
penna, ae f.
wing, feather
peplus i m.
robe
perago, peragere, peregi, peractus
finish, accomplish, traverse
peragro (1)
wander through, scour
percutio, ere, percussi, percussus
strike, astound
pereo, perire, perii, peritus
perish, die
pererro (1)
wander through
perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatus
bear, endure, convey, accomplish, complete
perficio, ere, perfeci, perfectus
finish, make
perfidus, a, um
treacherous, perfidious
perflo (1)
blow
perforo (1)
pierce, perforate, puncture
perfundo, ere, fudi, fusus
soak, drench
Pergama,orum n. pl.
citadel of Troy
Pergameus, a,um
Trojan
pergo, ere, perrexi, perrectus
proceed
perhibeo, ere, perhibui, perhibitus
present, say
periculum, i n.
danger, peril, risk
perimo, perimere, peremi, peremptus
destroy
perlabor, perlabi, perlapsus
glide over
perlego, perlegere, perlegi, perlectus
survey, examine
permisco, ere, permiscui, permixtus
mix, mingle
permitto, ere, permisi, permissus
entrust, allow
pernix, pernicis
active, nimble, swift
perpetuus, a, um
continual, lasting
perrumpo, ere, perrupi, perrumptus
break through
persentio, persentire, persensi, persensus
feel deeply, percieve
persolvo, ere, persolvi, persolutus
pay fully
persono, personare, personui, personitus
sound through, make sound
pertaedet, ere, pertaesum +gen
it wearies
pertempto (1)
try, master, posses
perterreo, ere, perterrui, perterritus
frighten thoroughly
pervenio, ire, perveni, perventus
reach
pestis, is f.
plague, destruction, scourage
pharetra, ae f.
quiver
Phrygius, a, um
Phrygian