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abylonius
of Babylon
baca
berry; olive; fruit
bacchor
rave; act like a Bacchant
baculum
stick
Baiae
city in Campania on the coast
balneae
baths
balneator
bathkeeper
Bandusia
a pleasant fountain near Horace’s birthplace
barbarus
outlandish; barbarian
barbatus
bearded
barbitos
a lyre, lute
barbula
a little beard
basiatio
kissing, kissification
basio
(verb) kiss
basium
kiss
Battiadae
an inhabitant of Cyrene
Battus
legendary founder of Cyrene
Baucis
Baucis, wife of Philemon in Phrygia
beatus
happy, blessed; rich, well-to-do
bellum
war
bellus
pretty, nice, fine, charming
bene
well
benefactum
benefit, good deed, favor
beneficium
favor, service, kindness
benignus
kind
beo
make happy, gladden, bless; reward
bestia
beast, animal; with mala - odor of the armpits
bibo
drink
bicolor
of two colors
bicornis
with two horns; two-pronged
bilis
bile; anger, wrath, indignation
bis
twice; doubly
Bithynia
Roman province on the northern coast of Asia Minor
Bithynus
Bithynian
blandimentum
flattering words, flattery; pleasure, charm
blanditia
caressing, flattery
blandus
charming, sweet, seductive
Bolanus
the companion who bores Horace
bonus
good; of “good”social standing
bos
ox, bull, cow
bracchium
arm
brevis
short, brief, scant
Briseis
daughter of Brises, i.e. Hippodamia
Britanni
Britons
Britanniae
Briton; generalizing plural
bruma
winter; the winter solstice
Brutus
Marcus Junius Brutus, one of Caesar’s murderers
bubo
owl
bustum
funeral pyre; mound, tumb
buxifer
producing box trees (coarse hardwood)
buxum
wood of the box tree; flute, pipe; comb
cachinnus
laugh, guffaw; metaph. of rippling waves
caco
defecate
cacumen
peak, tip
cado
fall
caducifer
bearing a herald's staff; as a noun - Mercury
Caecilius
a love poet from Como
Caecubus
of Caecubus, a region in southern Latium noted for its wine
caecus
blind; hidden, obscure
caedes
killing, slaughter, carnage
caedo
cut, cut down; strike; slaughter, destroy
caelatus
engraved, adorned
caelebs
unmaried, single; without a vine
caeles
heavenly; (noun) god or goddess
caelestis
celestial, of the heavens
caelicola
god, deity
Caelius
the defendant; Roman family name, as in Marcus Caelius Rufus
caelum
the sky or heavens
caementum
unhewn stone, quarry-stone
caeruleus
sea-blue
Caesar
Gaius Julius Caesar
caesius
having gray or gray-blue eyes
Caesius
a Roman cognomen
calceatus
furnished with shoes or sandals
calcitro
kick; resist
caleo
glow, be warm; be inflamed; be troubled
caligo
noun - thick air, mist
caligo
verb - steam, reek, darken
calliditas
shrewdness, skill
callidus
shrewd, expert, adroit, skillful
Calvus
Catullus’s closest friend
Calymne
Calymne, an island in the Aegean near Rhodes
campester
flat, even, level
campus
plain, field
candidus
bright; white; fair-skinned; gorgeous
candor
dazzling whiteness, clearness, brightness; beauty
Canicula
the dog-star
canis
dog
canistrum
basket
canities
gray hair; white or gray coloring
canna
reed, cane; a flute
cano
sing
canto
sing, play; recite
cantus
song; sound of instruments
capax
wide, large, spacious, roomy
caper
goat, he-goat; odor of the armpits
capillus
hair
capio
catch, snatch
Capitolium
the Capitol, temple of Jupiter at Rome
caprimulgus
goat milker
capsula
small box, casket
captivus
prisoner, captive
capto
catch, chase, hunt, capture; long for
caput
head
carbasus
fine linen; sail, canvas
cardo
hinge; (in astron.) a pole
careo
lack, be free of
carex
sedge, reed grass
carina
keel; a vessel, boat, ship
cariosus
full of decay
carmen
song, poem; incantation
carpo
pluck, pull at; press on
carta
a sheet or roll of papyrus
carus
dear
casa
hut, cottage, cabin, shed
castimonia
morality; chastity, abstinence
Castor
son of Leda and Tyndareus, twin brother of Pollux; constellation
castra
military camp, camp
castrensis
of the camp, in the camp
castus
pure, chaste, free from vice
casus
fall; accident, chance, fortune, situation
catena
chain, fetter
caterva
throng, crowd, band, mob
Catilina
Catiline, Roman revolutionary exposed by Cicero
Catullus
the poet
catulus
puppy, whelp
Caucasus
the mountain range between the Black and Caspian seas
causa
noun - cause, reason, motive; prep. - for the sake of
causor
plead, pretend
cautus
careful, circumspect, wary, cautious, provident
caveo
beware
cavus
hollow, deep
Cecropia
Athens, the citadel of Athens
cedo
go; go away, depart
celeber
frequented, crowded; honored, renowned, famous
celebritas
multitude, throng; solemnity
celebro
fill, crowd, frequent; celebrate, solemnize; resound
celer
swift, quick
cella
cell, granary, store-room
celo
hide from, conceal; keep secret
celsus
lofty, raised, elevated, towering
cena
dinner
ceno
dine
centum
100
cera
wax; a writing-tablet; seal
cerebrum
the brain; understanding; anger
cereus
waxen, of wax; pliant, soft
cerno
sift; distinguish; decide, determine; perceive
certo
fight, struggle, contend
certus
fixed, definite, sure, unerring
cerva
hind, doe
cervix
the neck
cetera
the rest
ceu
as, just as; as if
Charybdis
whirlpool between Italy and Sicily
Chloe
shy girl in 1.26; lover in 3.9
chommodus
mispronunciation of commodus
chorus
chorus; a singing and dancing performance
ciborium
a drinking-cup
cibus
food
cicuta
hemlock; a shepherd's pipe
ciens
moving, driving; exciting, stimulating
cinaedus
a catamite or passive homosexual
cingo
surround; crown
cinis
ash; burned-out funeral pyre
Cinna
friend of Catullus
circa
around, round about, near
circumago
roll on, pass away; (pass.)be led from place to place
circumdo
surround, set around; enclose, encircle
circumsilio
spring or leap around
cithara
lute, cithara
cito
set in motion, rouse; call, summon
citus
moving quickly, rapid, swift
civilis
civil, civic
civis
citizen
civitas
citizenship; state, government
clam
secretly, privately, covertly
clamo
shout, complain about
clamor
shout, cry, clamor
clarisonus
loud, clear-sounding
Claros
Claros, small town in Ionia famous for its oracle for Apollo
clarus
loud; bright; clear; famous
classis
fleet; any designated group or class
Claudia
Claudia, alleged that Caelius tried to poison her
claudo
shut, close; conclude
clavis
key
clavus
nail; rudder, helm; purple stripe; striped tunic
clementia
moderation, forbearance, clemency
cliens
client; a person attached to a patronus for legal and other protection
clivus
slope, declivity; hill
Clodia
same as Claudia
Cnidus
town on the coast of Caria, in SW Asia Minor
Cocytos
river of the underworld
coemo
purchase, buy up
coeo
come together, meet; unite
coepi
begin
coerceo
enclose, surround; repress, control
coetus
meeting; band, company, group, crowd
cogitatio
a thought
cogito
think
cognatus
related; (noun) relative
cognitor
attorney, advocate; defender
cognitus
known; sexually intimate
cognosco
get to know; know
cogo
round up, collect; compel
cohibeo
hold together, contain, confine, embrace
cohors
retinue, staff, entourage
colligo
gather
collis
hill, high ground
colloco
set, place; set out, arrange on a marriage bed
collum
neck
colo
inhabit; till; look after
colonus
farmer, peasant; settler colonist
color
color
coloro
to color or stain
columba
dove, pigeon
columna
column, pillar, post
coma
hair, lock of hair; foliage
comatus
covered with hair or foliage
combibo
drink up, absorb; swallow, absorb
comes
companion, friend, comrade
comissatio
drinking party
comissator
reveller, drinker
comitatus
an escort, retinue
comiter
courteously, kindly
comitor
accompany, attend, follow
commemoro
remember, recall
commendatio
recommendation; excellence
commendo
confide, entrust; commend
committo
bring into contact with; entrust, give up, hand over
commodo
serve with, grant, supply, lend
commodus
of full size or weight, standard; convenient, opportune
commoveo
stir up, agitate; remove, carry away
communico
communicate, share, impart; participate in
communis
common, general, universal, plublic; familiar
como
comb, arrange, braid, dress
comparo
prepare, acquire, obtain; place side by side, compare
compello
address, invoke
compesco
confine, repress; restrain
complector
embrace, surround
complexus
embrace
compono
place beside, match, compare
comprecor
pray to, implore
comprehendo
seize, catch
comprimo
compress, press together; embrace; restrain
comprobatus
established, confiremed
Comum
Como, a town in Cisalpine Gaul
concedo
yield, defer; give way, depart; grant, concede
concessus
lawful, permitted
concha
shell; trumpet, conch
concido
fall down, tumble; ruin destroy
concino
agree; sing, celebrate
concipio
take, receive; understand; adopt
concordo
agree, be united
concors
united, agreeing, harmonious
concredo
entrust, consign, commit
concurro
assemble, gather together
concutio
shake, agitate; ransack, examine
condicio
agreement, stipulation, condition
condo
establish, build settle; store, treasure
confero
unite, join; match; compare, contrast; consider; bear, carry
confessio
confession, acknowledgment
conficio
prepare, complete, accomplish
confido
trust, confide, believe, be assured
confiteor
admit
conflo
kindle, light; effect, accomplish
confugio
flee, take refuge
congestus
accumulation, heaping
conicio
unite; throw, hurl; urge, force
coniger
bearing conical fruit
coniugium
marriage; union
coniunctio
union, agreement; joining
coniungo
join together, associate
coniunx
spouse, wife, husband
coniveo
blink, shut your eyes
conlega
colleague, associate
conor
try, attempt
conqueror
complain, lament, deplore
consanguineus
related by blood, kindred
consceleratus
wicked, depraved
conscendo
ascend, climb; board, embark
conscius
conscious with, privy, witnessing; knowing
conscriptus
one enrolled; with patres, the senate
consenesco
grow old with; grow old, become gray
consequor
follow closely, pursue, follow
consero
sow, plant
consero
join, bind, unite
conservo
guard, preserve, keep safe
consilium
plan, advice; council
consisto
halt, stop, take a stand
consocio
associate, join, unite, connect
consolor
encourage, console, cheer
consors
partner, associate
conspectus
sight, view; presence, proximity; glance
conspicio
catch sight of; contemplate, observe
consterno
(-ere) - pave, cover
consterno
(-are) - terrify, alarm
constituo
decide; establish; determine
consto
agree; stand firm; be certain; be determined
constringo
bind, restrain; tie up
consuesco
be accustomed, have a habit
consuetudo
custom, habit, practice
consul
consul (highest political office)
consularis
consular; of consular rank
consulatus
consulship, office of consul
consumo
use up, eat, devour
contaminatus
polluted, contaminated, impure
contendo
stretch, strain; contend
contentus
content, satisfied; eager intent
conterminus
bordering, neighboring, adjacent
contiguus
bordering, neighboring, adjoining
contingo
touch, reach; come in contact with
continuus
uninterrupted; successive, continuous
contorqueo
hurl, turn, twist, wield
contra
in front, opposite; in return; on the other hand; (prep.) against
contraho
draw in; catch, contract (as a disease)
contrarius
opposed, against, contrary
contremisco
tremble, shake, shudder
contrudo
thrust, crowd together
conturbo
mix up, confuse
conubium
marriage; a wedding
convenio
meet together; agree
converto
turn around, reverse; change, alter
convicium
loud noise, cry, clamor; reproach, insult
convinco
refute, expose; demonstrate
conviva
table companion, guest
convivium
banquet, feast
copia
abundance; supply; pl. troops
copula
bond, tie; rope
cor
heart; (with dat. + sum) be dear or pleasing to
Corinna
pseudonym for Ovid's beloved
Cornelius
dedicatee of Catullus’s first poem
corniger
horned, having horns; as noun - river god Numicius
cornu
horn
corona
wreath, crown; a circle of bystanders
coronatus
crowned, wreathed
corpus
body
corrigo
make straight, set right; improve, amend
corroboro
strengthen, invigorate; encourage
corrumpo
destroy, ruin, waste; corrupt
Corsica
Corsica, an island in the Mediterranean west of Italy
cortex
bark, cortex
costum
an oriental aromatic plant; perfume
cotidianus
daily; ordinary
cras
tomorrow
crastinus
tomorrow’s, of tomorrow
creber
repeated, thick, frequent, close
credibilis
trustworthy, credible, likely
credo
entrust; believe
credulus
credulous, easy of belief, trustful
creo
give birth to, produce
Cres
a Cretan
cresco
come into existence; grow
Creta
Crete
crimen
indictment, charge, accusation
crudelis
savage, cruel
cruentus
bloody, stained; pitiless
crus
leg, shin; pl. pillars
crux
gallows, cross; torture
cubile
couch, bed; the marriage bed
cubito
lie down often
cubo
lie down; go to bed
culpa
fault, wrongdoing
culpo
to reproach, blame, censure
culter
knife, butcher’s knife; (fig.) in extreme peril
cultus
cultivated, tilled; as noun - cultivation, civilization
cum
when; (prep.) with, by means of
cumba
boat, skiff, vessel
cumque
postpositive adv. giving the preceding pron. or adv. force, i.e. –ever, -soever
Cupidines
followers of Cupid
Cupido
Cupid or Eros, companion of Venus/Aphrodite
cupiditas
greed, eagerness, desire
cupidus
eager, desirous
cupio
want, desire
cupressus
the cypress tree
cur
why?
cura
anxiety, concern, care
Cura
anxiety personified
curiosus
excessively careful, meddlesome; (noun) busybody
curo
watch over, care for, care about
curriculum
small chariot
curro
run, hasten
currus
chariot; poet. ship
cursus
the action of running; a race; travel; course
curtus
shortened, mutilated, broken, short
curvamen
bend, bending, vaulting
curvus
crooked, curved; winding
cuspis
point, blade; a spear
custodia
protection, safekeeping, watch
custodio
guard, watch, defend; preserve
custos
guard, protector, defender
Cyclas
an island in the Cyclades
Cyprius
of Cyprus, Cyprian
Cyprus
Cyrpus, an island in the Mediterranean
Cyrenae
Cyrene, a town in NW Libya
Cytorius
of Mt. Cytorus, in Asia Minor
Cytorus
mountain near Amastris, in Asia Minor
Daedalus
Daedalus, mythical Athenian architect, built the Cretan labyrinth
damnatus
condemned, convicted
damnosus
injurious, destructive, pernicious
damnum
hurt, harm, damage, ruin
Danaus
of Danaus; Greek
Daphne
Daphne, daughter of the river god Peneus
daps
sacrificial meal; any feast or meal; good
Daulias
Daulian, of Daulis (a city of Phocis)
Daunius
of Daunus, a famous king of Apulia
Daunus
famous king of Apulia
de
away from, down from, off; out of, from
dea
goddess
debeo
owe; ought
debilito
lame, cripple, maim, debilitate; weaken; dashes
decedo
go away, leave; make way for
decem
ten
decet
it is suitable, fitting
decido
fall down, fall off; decide, determine, settle
decipio
cheat, elude; catch, ensnare
declaro
reveal, disclose; announce, declare
declino
bend, turn away; deflect; avoid
decoctor
a bankrupt person, an insolvent debtor
decresco
grow less, become fewer, decrease, diminish, wane
decursus
descent, attack
decus
glory; the best of anything
dedeceo
disgraces, is unseemly
dedico
dedicate, consecrate
deditus
devoted, assiduous, diligent
dedo
give away, surrender, abandon
deduco
lead or bring down
defectus
adj - weak, worn out; noun - desertion, revolt
defendo
protect, repeal, defend
defensio
defense
defero
carry, bring, fetch; carry off, take
defervesco
cool down, calm down
defessus
tired, exhausted
definio
limit, terminate, define
defleo
weep over, lament, deplore
deformis
deformed, misshapen; humiliating
deformo
form, depict; disfigure, spoil
dein
afterwards, then, next
deinceps
in order, in succession; continuously
deinde
same as dein
delectatio
delight, pleasure, satisfaction
delecto
allure, delight, charm
delenio
soothe, soften, charm, captivate
deleo
wipe out, erase, obliterate, delete
delicatus
given to luxury or pleasure
delicia
pleasure; delicias facere: to find pleasure, enjoy oneself
delitisco
conceal oneself, hide, lurk
Delius
Delian; of the island of Delos (birthplace of Apollo and Diana)
Delos
island sacred to Apollo and Diana
Delphicus
of Delphi, Delphic
delubrum
temple, shrine, sanctuary
demano
run or drip down
demens
out of one’s mind, maddened, crazy
demitto
drop; lower
demo
remove, take away
demoveo
move away, put away, remove, expel
denego
refect, refuse, deny
denique
finally
dens
tooth
densus
dense, closely packed
deperditus
destroyed, ruined, exhausted, lost
depereo
love to death, love to distraction
depono
put down, lay down (in birth), put away
deprecor
to avert by prayer, beg off, entreat relief from; execrate
deprehendo
catch, snatch, seize
deproelior
to make war violently
depromo
draw out, draw forth, bring out; derive
depropero
hasten, prepare hastily
derigo
align, make straight, aim
deripio
tear off, tear away
descendo
climb down, come down, fall, sink
describo
sketch, describe, depict; define
desero
leave, abandon, desert; fail
desertus
abandoned, deserted
deservio
serve eagerly, be devoted
desiderium
desire, longing; an object of desire
desidero
desire; need
desidia
idleness, inactivity, sloth
desidiosus
lazy, indolent, idle
desido
sink, fall
desilio
leap down, dismount
desino
cease, stop, leave off
desisto
cease, desist
desperatus
desperate, without hope
despuo
spit down on the ground; avert by spitting, reject
destino
make fast, fix, stay; resolve, determine
destringo
strip off; unsheathe, draw
desultor
someone who is fickle, inconstant
desum
be wanting or lacking; fail
detestatus
accursed, hateful, abominable
detraho
pull down, take away, remove; disparage
deus
god
devinctus
devoted, strongly attached
devoro
eat up, devour
devoveo
vow, devote, sacrifice; bewitch
dexter
right; on the right side; skillful
Dia
Naxos, an island in the Mediterranean
Diana
Roman goddess identified with Artemis, nature, and the moon
dicax
well-spoken, quick with repartee
dico
talk; say, declare
diduco
to part, split, separate, sever; divide
dies
day
differtus
filled, stuffed
difficilis
difficult, not easy
diffugio
disperse, scatter; disappear
digitus
finger
dignitas
dignity, authority, worth, merit
dignus
appropriate, worthy
digredior
separate, part, go away; digress
dilacero
tear to pieces, tear apart
diligens
industrioius, attentive, diligent, scrupulous
diligentia
diligence, attentiveness, assiduity
diligo
love, be fond of
diluo
wash away, dissolve; weaken
dimico
fight, struggle, contend
dimitto
scatter, send out; dissolve, dismiss; desert
dimoveo
to part, separate, divide
Dindymon
mountain in Phrygia sacred to the goddess Cybele
diota
wine-jar
dirimo
take apart, divide; break off, interrupt; separate
diruo
tear apart, overthrow, demolish; scatter, disperse
dirus
awful, dread, dire, frightful
discedo
scatter; depart, desert, run away
disceptator
judge, arbitrator
discerno
distinguish, discern; separate, divide
discerpo
tear in pieces, mutilate, rend
discidium
separation, disagreement, discord
discinctus
stripped
disciplina
instruction, teaching; learning, discipline
disertus
skilled in speaking, articulate
dispar
different, dissimilar, unlike
dispereo
perish
displiceo
be displeasing of offensive
dissimulo
hide, conceal, disguise; pretend
dissolvo
break up; pay, discharge
distinctus
divided, separated; distinguished
distorqueo
turn away, twist, distort
diu
for a long time
diuturnus
long lasting, of long duration
divello
tear apart
diversus
turned or headed in different directions
dives
wealthy, rich
divido
separate, divide
divinus
divine
divitiae
riches
divus
divine, holy
do
give, pay
doceo
tell, inform; teach
doctus
learned
doleo
suffer pain, grieve, hurt; rankle
dolor
pain, distress
domesticus
familiar, domestic, of the house; native
domina
mistress
dominus
master
Domitius
name of a Roman family
domo
tame, subdue, overcome; domesticate
domus
home; house, family
donec
as long as, while; until
dono
dedicate
donum
gift, present
dormio
sleep
dorsum
back; horseback; ridge; cliff
dubius
uncertain, doubtful; perilous
duco
lead, take; take as one’s wife; consider, reckon
dulcis
sweet
dum
as long as; while; provided that
duo
two
duplex
double, twofold
duplicatus
doubled, repeated; enlarged
Durrachium
town on the coast of Illyria
durus
hard; harsh, pitiless; dull; wooden
dux
leader; general
e, ex
out of, from, in accordance with
ebrius
intoxicated; drunk with love
ebur
ivory
eburneus
of ivory
eburnus
of ivory
ecce
look! behold!
ecquinam
is there any? any?
edax
greedy, voracious; devouring; gnawing
edo
esse, edi, esum –eat, eat away, consume
edo
edere, edidi, editum –emit, yield; publish
Edoni
a tribe living in Thrace
educo
bring up, nurture, rear
effero
carry away
efficio
make, cause to occur
effigies
copy, imitation, counterpart
effloresco
bloom, flourish, blossom
effluo
pour forth, run out; transpire; disappear
effrenatus
unrestrained, unbridled
effugio
escape, get away
effundo
pour out, pour forth, shed; produce abundantly
egelidus
chilly, chill, cold; tepid
egeo
lack, be in want
ego
I
egredior
go out, leave, depart
egregius
outstanding, excellent
eheu
Alas!
ei
expression of anguish
eiaculor
throw out, shoot out
eicio
eject, expel, drive out; banish
elaboratus
finished, labored
electus
select, choice
elegans
refined, elegant
elegi
elegiac verses, elegy
elido
force out, squeeze out; shatter, crash; destroy
eludo
escape; delude, deceive; mock
emergo
arise, emerge, come out; appear
emico
spring out, leap up; stand out; be prominent
emiror
gaze in wonder at, stand aghast at
emodulor
celebrate, sing
enavigo
sail away
enim
for
ensis
sword
eo
ire, ivi, itum - go
eo
thither, to that place, there
Eous
the dawn god
ephemeris
diary
epistolium
short letter, note
epulae
banquet, feast; rich food
eques
horseman; member of the equestrian order
equidem
indeed, truly; certainly
equus
horse
Erectheus
Athenian; of Erechtheus (fabled king of Athens)
erga
towards, in relation to
ergo
therefore, consequently
erigo
erect, raise up; arouse, excite, stir
eripio
snatch away, remove
errabundus
wandering, at random
erro
wander
error
wandering; deviation, mistake
erubesco
redden, grow red; blush, feel ashamed
erudio
educate, teach, instruct
eruditus
instructed, educated, skilled
eruo
destroy, overthrow; throw out, take
erus
master
Erycinus
Erycinian; of Eryx (mountain of northwest Sicily)
et
and, also, too
etiam
also; still, yet, even now
etsi
although
Eumenides
the Furies
Eurotas
Eurotas, principal river of Laconia
Eurus
the southeast wind
Euterpe
muse of music
eveho
lift up raise elevate; (pass.) to be born aloft
evito
avoid, dodge
evolo
fly out, rush forth; escape, flee
evolvo
unroll, unfold; reveal; free
exagitans
harass, persecute; criticise; stir up, irritate
exardesco
be inflamed, break out, rage
exaudio
hear, distinguish, hear clearly; understand
excedo
leave, go out, depart; disappear; exceed
excipio
catch, capture, take; stipulate; succeed
excito
awaken; excite, arouse; appeal to
excludo
shut out, exclude, cut off, remove, separate
excrucio
torture, torment
excutio
shake out
exeo
go out, leave
exerceo
train, keep busy; employ; practice
exercitatio
exercise, practice, training, discipline
exhorresco
tremble, shudder, be terrified
exigo
drive out, expel; spend, pass; determine
exiguus
little, inadequate; strict, exact
eximius
select, distinguished; exempt
eximo
remove, take away
existimatio
judgment, opinion, verdict; reputation, character
existimo
think, consider
exitium
destruction, ruin
exitus
departure, exit; death
exordior
begin, commence
exosus
hating, detesting
expallesco
grow pale, turn pale; dread, shrink from
expavesco
to be terrified, fear greatly, dread
expeditus
unencumbered; lightened, as for action or travel
expello
drive
expleo
fill up, satisfy
explico
explain, explicate
expolio
smooth down, polish
expono
exhibit, expose; offer
exposco
implore, request, beg; demand
exprimo
force out, press out; imitate; exhibit
expromo
utter, express; discover, exert
expugno
capture, subdue, overcome
exsilio
spring forth
exsilium
exile
exsisto
step out, appear; proceed; be visible
exsolvo
free, deliver; satisfy
exspecto
anticipate, look for, expect
exspiro
exhale; breathe
exspuo
spit out
exsterno
terrify
exstinguo
exstinguish; destroy; annihilate
exstruo
pile, heap up, accumulate
exsulto
let oneself go, run riot; exult
extentus
extended, extensive, wide
extero
crush
exterritus
terrified
extremo
at last, finally
extremus
farthest, the farthest part of; final
exturbo
drive out; divorce
exuviae
spoils, booty; clothing
fabrico
make, build, erect
fabula
story, account
Fabullus
colleague of Veranius in Spain; invited by Catullus to dinner in #13
fabulosus
rich in myths; celebrated in fable
facetiae
cleverness, wit
facetus
polite, gentle; witty, humorous
facilis
easy
facilitas
readiness, willingness; ease
facinerosus
criminal, vicious, atrocious
facinus
crime, evil deed; achievement
facio
make, do; achieve, attain, reach
factito
practice, do frequently
factum
deed, something done
facultas
capability, power, means, skill
facundia
eloquence, fluency, command of language
faenus
interest; profit
faex
sediment, lees, dregs
fagineus
of beech
fagus
a beech tree
Falernus
Falernian
fallax
treacherous, deceptive
fallo
trick, deceive, mislead; err
falsus
false, pretended, deceptive
fama
fame; rumor
familia
household, family
familiaris
household; familiar, friendly
familiaritas
familiarity, intimacy
famula
servant, slave
fas
that which is right or permissible by divine law; fitting, proper
fascino
cast a spell upon; bewitch
fastidio
feel disgust; shrink, loathe
fastidiosus
full of disgust, disdainful; nauseous
fatalis
decreed, destined, fated
fateor
confess, acknowledge
fatigo
weary, tire; torment, harass
fatum
a prophetic utterance; fate
faveo
be well-disposed, show favor
favilla
ashes, cinders; ashes of the dead
favus
honeycomb
fax
torch
fecundus
fruitful, fertile, productive
felix
fruitful; lucky prosperous; happy
femina
woman
femineus
feminine, womanly
femur
thigh, upper part of the thigh
fenestra
window; an opening
ferio
stike, smite, knock, cut, thrust
fero
bear, carry; endure, withstand; say; take, accept
ferocitas
fierceness, ferocity
ferox
fierce
ferreus
of iron, iron; unyielding
ferrugo
dark red
ferrum
iron; a sword
ferus
wild, untamed; savage
fervens
boiling hot, glowing, burning; violent impetuous
fervidus
hot; fervent, passionate, lusty
fessus
tired, exhausted
festus
festal, holiday
fetus
adj. - pregnant; fruitful; noun - child; fruit
fictilis
clay, earathen
fictus
made up, sham, false, lying
fidelis
faithful, worthy of trust
fides
faith, trust, tutelage; trustworthiness
Fides
faith personified
fidus
loyal, faithful, credible
figo
fasten, attach; fix
figura
form, shape, figure
filia
daughter
filius
son
filum
thread, string, filament
findo
split, separate, divide
fingo
touch, handle; arrange, form; teach
finio
limit; determine, fix, assign; finish
finis
boundary; end; (pl.) territory
fio
take place, happen; be made or done, become
firmo
strengthen
firmus
strong, steadfast, stable
fistula
pipe, tube; shepherd's pipe
fixus
fixed, immovable
flagitium
outrage, disgraceful act; shame; disgrace
flagrans
flaming, burning, intense
flagro
flame, blaze, burn; suffer
flamen
breeze, wind, gale
flamma
flame, fire
flavens
golden yellow, light yellow
flavesco
turn light yellow
flavus
yellow, gold-colored, blonde
flebilis
lamentable, worthy of tears
flecto
bend, turn, turn around
fleo
weep, cry; weep for, mourn
fletus
weeping; tears
flexus
adj. - bent; noun - turn, curve
florens
blooming, flowering; prosperous
floresco
blossom, flower, bloom
floridus
in bloom, flowering; beautiful
flos
flower, youthful beauty; finest specimen of a type or class
fluctuo
fluctuate, undulatea; be restless; vacillate
fluctus
wave
fluentisonus
wave-resounding
fluito
float, flow; waver
flumen
river
flumineus
of a river, river
focus
hearth
foedo
ddefile, pollute, disfigure; disgrace, mar
foedus
any formal agreement or bond, including marriage
folium
a leaf
fons
spring, fountain, well, source; fountain-head
foramen
hole, opening, orifice
foras
outdoors, out
forensis
forensic, of the market
foris
door, gate; adv. outdoor, abroad
forma
figure, shape, form; beauty
Formianus
of Formiae
formosus
handsome, beautiful
fors
chance, fortune
Fors
chance personified
fortasse
perhaps
forte
by chance
fortis
strong; brave
fortuna
fortune
forum
a public square, piazza; forum
fossor
digger, agricultural laborer, ditchdigger
fovendus
to be cherished
frango
break
frater
brother
fraternus
fraternal, of or from a brother
frequens
crowded, thronged; occurring at close intervals
fretum
channel; sea; any place where the sea boils up
fretus
leaning; supported
frigidulus
chilly
frigidus
chilly, cold; (of language) feeble, tedious
frigus
cold
frondeo
bloom, put forth leaves
frondosus
leafy, full of leaves
frons
frontis - forehead
frons
frondis - leaf, foliage
fructus
produce, fruit; delight, enjoyment
fruor
enjoy, delight in
frustra
in vain
frustror
deceive, trick, elude, frustrate
frutex
shrub, bush
frux
fruit, crop
fuga
flight, escape
fugax
fleeting, transitory; swift
fugio
run away, flee, escape
fugo
put to flight, chase away, rout
fulgeo
shine brightly, gleam
fulgor
lightning; brightness, splendor
fulica
coot
fumo
smoke, steam, fume
fundamentum
foundation, base; basis, support
fundo
pour, pour forth, emit, utter
fundus
farm, estate; bottom, base
funebrius
funereal; fatal, cruel
funesto
pollute with murder, defil; disgrace
funestus
deadly, fatal, pernicious
fungor
perform, execute, administer, do
funis
rope, line, cord
funus
funeral rites; a corpse; death
furca
fork; yoke
furens
raging, wild, furious
furio
drive mad, madden, infuriate
Furius
person in #s 11, 16,23, and 26 –a fool and a spendthrift
furo
be mad or crazed; rage with passion, rave
furor
passion, rage, frenzy
furtim
stealthily, secretly
furtivus
secret, furtive
furtum
theft; any sneaky act
Fuscus
Aristius Fuscus, a close friend of Horace
Gaetulus
Gaetulian, of the Gaetulians, a people of NW Africa
Gaius
Gaius Helvius Cinna, a poem of Catullus’s inner circle
galea
helmet
Gallicus
of or belonging to Gaul
garrio
chatter, prate, prattle
garrulus
chattering, talkative, garrulous
gaudeo
rejoice, take pleasure
gaudium
joy, delight, gladness
gelidus
frozen
Gellius
name of a Roman family
gelu
frost, cold, ice
gemellus
twin
geminus
double, twin
gemma
gem, precious stone; eye
gemo
groan, sigh, lament
gena
cheek
gener
son-in-law
genero
beget, give birth to, create
generosus
of noble birth, noble, eminent
genialis
fuitful, generative; noun - goddess of birth, Diana
genitor
father, creator; source origin
gens
race, people, nation; clan; class, set, kind
genu
knee
genus
stock, family; offspring; kind, type, kind
germanus
brother
gero
bear, conduct, carry on, do; wear
Geryon
mythic king of Spain, his cattle were taken by Hercules
gestamen
burden, load, weight
gesto
bear, carry, wear
Giganteus
belonging to the giants; Jupiter’s triumph over the giants
gigno
give birth to, produce, bear
gloria
glory, fame, renown
gnata
daughter
gnatus
son
Gnosia
of Crete
Golgi
town in Cyprus noted for the worship of Venus/Aphrodite
Gortynius
belonging to the city of Gortyna (importanct city of Crete)
grabatus
cheap bed, pallet, cot
gracilis
thin, slight, slender, lean
gradior
step, walk
gradus
step, pace, gait
gramen
grass
grando
hail, a hailstorm
graphium
a writing style
grates
thanks
gratia
good will, favor, grace; prep. - for the sake of
Gratia
good will personified
gratus
pleasing
gravedo
head cold
gravidus
filled, full, laden, loaded
gravis
heavy, grievous, severe; low-pitched
gravitas
seriousness, importance; heaviness; dignity
gravo
load, burden, weight down
gremium
lap
grex
flock, herd, drove, swarm; group
gurges
whirlpool, gulf
habeo
have, hold
habilis
manageable, suitable, fit
habitabilis
habitable
habito
live, reside, dwell
Hadria
the Adriatic sea
Haedi
a small double star in the Auriga constellation
haedus
a young goat, kid
Haemonia
poetical name for Thessaly
haereo
cling, stick, hold fast
haesito
stick, remain fixed; hesitate
harena
sand, beach
harundinosus
reedy
haud
not
haurio
drain, spill, shed; devour, consume, exhaust
Hector
Hector, Troy's hero
hedera
ivy
Heliades
daughters of Helios, changed into poplars
Helicon
Helicon, a mountain in Boeotia, sacred to Apollo
Heliconius
Heliconian
hendecasyllabus
an eleven-syllable verse of poetry
herba
grass, turf; weeds
hercule
by Hercules, assuredly, indeed
heres
heir
Herennius
a Roman family name