15b Catullus 46, 48, 56, 58, 70, 85 Latin to English Flashcards Preview

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lukewarm; cool; chilly, cold

êgelidus, a, um

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a gentle warmth, tepidity, tepor

tepor, tepôris, m.

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of the equinox

aequinoctiâlis, e

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the west wind

Zephyrus, -î, m.

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become quiet

silesco, silescere

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field, territory

ager, agrî, m.

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clear, famous

clârus, -a, -um

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the continent of Asia, esp. Asia Minor; Persia; Troy; the Roman province of Asia

Asia, -ae, f.

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trembling greatly; very hasty

praetrepidans, antis (adj.)

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wish, desire, long for

aveô, -êre (2)

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wander, roam about

vagor, -ârî, -âtus

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eagerness, enthusiasm

studium, -î, n.

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foot-soldier; (pl.) infantry

pedes, -itis, m.

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become lively, bloom, flourish

vigesco, vigescere, vigui

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meeting, gathering

coetus (coitus), -ûs, m.

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set out, start, depart

* proficîscor, proficîscî, profectus *

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separated; diverse, different

diversus (divorsus), -a, -um

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with diverse colors; differently, in various ways

variê

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way, road

via, -ae f.

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carry back

reporto (1)

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allow, permit

* sinô, -ere, sîvî, situs *

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to kiss

bâsio (1)

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never

numquam (nunquam)

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full of food, sated; rich, abundant

satur, satura, saturum

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thick, dense

dênsus, -a, -um

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a cornfield, a field of grain

seges, segetis, f.

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a kissing

osculâtiô, ônis, f

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a cross-road; the four mathematical sciences

quadrivium (quâdrivium), ii, n.

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narrow street, lane, alley

angiportus, -ûs, m (angiportum), -î, n.

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deprive of its bark, peel; gratify a man sexually

glûbo, glûbere

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great-souled

magnanimus, a, um

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(of women) marry

* nûbô, -ere, nupsî, nuptum *

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(be more willing), prefer

* mâlô, mâlle, mâluî, --- *

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it is proper, (one) ought

oportet, -êre, oportuit (impers.)

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water

aqua, -ae f.

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hate

ôdî, ôdisse (defective)

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perhaps, perchance

fortasse

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torture, rack, plague; afflict, torment

excrucio (1)

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it befits, it matters it profits (impersonal)

rêfert (rê fert)

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M. Caelius Rufus (87 – 48 BC)

Caelius, i, m.

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udder; fertility

ûber, -eris, n.

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full, fruitful

ûber, -eris

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ear of grain

arista, -ae, f.

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oar

rêmus, -i, m.

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the brother of Romulus

Remus, i. m

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wind

ventus, -î, m.

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come

veniô, -îre, vênî, ventum

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