13b Catullus 63 31-60 English to Latin Flashcards Preview

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1

bear, endure; carry, bring

* ferô, ferre, tulî (archaic tetuli) lâtus *

2

cover; shut; hide

* operiô, operîrî, operuî, opertum *

3

drive; repulse, rout

* pellô, -ere, pepulî, pulsus *

4

put, place, set, pitch (camp)

* pônô, -ere, posuî, positus *

5

keep back; receive

* recipiô, -ere, -cêpî, -ceptum *

6

reckon, think

* reor, rêrî, ratus *

7

go, move, proceed, rush

* vâdô, -ere, vâsî, -vâsus *

8

be absent

absum, abesse, afuî, afutûrus

9

edge; sharpness of sight; line of battle

aciês, -êî, f.

10

boil, seethe

aestuô (1)

11

upper air

aethêr, -eris, m. (acc. aethera)

12

white

albus, -a, -um

13

speak to, address

alloquor (adloquor), alloquî, allocûtus

14

breathe hard, gasp, pant

anhêlô, -âre

15

in the presence of; among

apud (+ acc.) (also aput)

16

golden, gold

aureus, -a, -um

17

short, little, brief

brevis, breve

18

be without, lack

careô, -êre, -uî, -itûrus

19

Ceres; grain, bread

Cerês, -eris, f.

20

accompany

comitor, -ârî, -âtus

21

mother, creatress

creâtrix, icis, f.

22

from, down from; concerning

dê (+ abl.)

23

direct; straighten

dîrigô (dêrigô), -ere, -rêxî, -rêctus

24

master, lord

dominus, -î, m.

25

tame, subdue

domô, -âre, -uî, -itus

26

home

domus, domûs (domî), f.

27

while; until; as long as

dum

28

harden, endure

dûrô (1)

29

hard

dûrus, -a, -um

30

a runaway slave

erifuga, ae, m.

31

call, summon; disturb, excite; produce

exciô, -îre, -îvî or -iî, -îtum or excieô, -êre

32

slave, servant (male)

famulus, î, m.

33

wild, fierce

ferus, -a, -um

34

door

foris, -is, f.

35

flee

fugiô, -ere, fûgî, fugitûrus

36

raging, mad, furious

furibundus, -a, -um

37

steal

fûror, -ârî, -âtus sum

38

(icy-) cold

gelidus, -a, -um

39

mother

genetrix, -îcis, f.

40

sire, father

genitor, -ôris, m.

41

an athletic / educational center

gymnasium, î, n.

42

so, thus, in this way

ita

43

heifer

iuvenca, ae, f.

44

totter; hesitate; fall to pieces

labô (1)

45

weep

lacrimô (1)

46

weakness, faintness

languor, -ôris, m.

47

tired, exhausted (dim. lassulus)

lassus, a, um

48

hiding place, lair, den

latibulum, î, n.

49

fluid, liquid

liquidus, -a, -um

50

make bright; purify; traverse; survey

lûstrô (1)

51

sad

maestus, -a, -um

52

pitifully

miseriter

53

snow

nix, nivis, f.

54

boundary; coast; region

ôra, -ae, f.

55

wrestling place

palaestra, ae, f.

56

one of the three Graces; wife of Somnus

Pâsithea, ae, f.

57

native land, country

patria, -ae, f.

58

father’s, paternal

patrius, a, um

59

breast, chest

pectus, -oris, n.

60

reluctant; sluggish, inactive; dull, dejected

piger, pigra, pigrum

61

swift-footed

properipês, -pedis

62

a little girl; a small doll; the pupil of the eye

pûpula, -ae, f.

63

raging, ravening, frenzied, violent

rabidus, a, um

64

radiate light, beam, shine

radio (1)

65

till again; honor again; recall to mind, think over; consider; resume

recolô, recolere, recoluî, recultum

66

a return

reditus, -ûs, m.

67

removed, out of the way

remôtus, a, um

68

move back, withdraw; remove

removeô, -êre, -môvî, -môtum

69

back, backwards; on the other hand; back again, again

rursus (rursum) (rarely rûsum)

70

be wont, be accustomed

soleô, -êre, solitus sum

71

loud-hoofed; m. steed

sonipes, -pedis

72

(deep) sleep, stupor

sopor, -ôris, m.

73

stall, stable

stâbulum, -î, n.

74

furlong; racetrack

stadium, iî or î, n.

75

time

tempus, -oris, n.

76

where?

ubinam

77

wherever, everywhere

ubîquê

78

shadow, shade

umbra, -ae, f.

79

ford, shallows

vadum, -î, n.

80

waste; vast, huge

vâstus, -a, -um

81

vigorous, active, energetic; fresh

vegetus, a, um

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