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abiegnus, a, um

fir

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Aeêtaeus, a, um

of Aetes (king of Colchis, on the Black Sea)

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aequoreus, a, um

of the sea

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Amphîtrîtê, -ês, f.

the wife of Neptune; the sea

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arceô, -êre, -uî, ---

shut in; shut out, keep off

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Argîvus, a, um

of Argos, Argive; Greek

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arx, arcis, f.

citadel, stronghold

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aurâtus, a, um

golden

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avertô (avortô), -ere, -vertî, -versum

turn away; embezzle

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caerula, -ôrum, n. pl.

the blue of the sky; the blue of the sea

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candens, -entis

shining white, glowing

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candeô, -êre

be shining white, glitter, glow

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cânus, a, um

white, gray

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carîna, -ae, f.

keel; ship

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carmen, -inis, n.

song, poem

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cieô, -êre, cîvî, citus

stir up, agitate

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Colchî, -ôrum, m. pl.

the Colchians (inhabitants of Colchis, a country on the Black Sea)

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Colchis, -idis, f.

a country on the Black Sea

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Colchus, a, um

of Colchis (a country on the Black Sea)

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compellô (1)

address

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coniungô, -ere, -iunxî, -iunctum

joint together, associate

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currus, -ûs, m.

chariot

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cursus, -ûs, m.

running; course

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dêcurrô, -currere, -cucurrî or -currî, -cursum

pass over, traverse; run down

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dêspiciô, -ere, -spexî, -spectus

look down on; despise

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êmergô, -ere, emersî, -emersum

come out of the water, emerge

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exstô, -stâre, -stitî

stand out

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fînis, -is, m.

end, limit; (pl.) territory

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flâmen, -inis, n.

gust, gale, breeze

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fluctus, -ûs, m.

wave, billow

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frêtus, -a, -um

relying (on), depending (on)

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gurges, -itis, m.

swirling waters, gulf; sea

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hêrôs, hêrôis, m.

hero, demigod

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hûmânus, -a, -um

human; refined, civilized, kindly

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hymenaeus, -î, m.

marriage

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incânescô, -ere, -canuî

become white

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inflexus, a, um

curved

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iterum

again, for the second time

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iugô (1)

join, yoke

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iuvenis, -e

young; (subst.) young man

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marînus, a, um

of the sea, marine

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mônstrum, -î, n.

prodigy, portent, omen

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mortâlis, -e

mortal

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Neptûnus, -î, m.

Neptune

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Nêrêïs, -idis, f.

a Nereid, a sea nymph

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nô, nâre

swim

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nûdô (1)

strip, lay bare

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nûtrix, -icis, f.

nurse; breast

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nympha, -ae, f.

nymph

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palma, -ae, f.

palm

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Pêlêus, -eî, m. (acc. Pêlea)

Peleus (son of Aeacus, husband of Thetis, father of Achilles)

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Pêlêus, a, um

of Peleus; of Mt. Pelion

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Pêliacus, a, um

of Mt. Pelion, in Thessaly

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pellis, -is, f.

pelt, hide, fleece

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pellô, -ere, pepulî, pulsus

drive; repulse, rout

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Phâsis, -idos, m.

a river of Colchis, flowing in to the Eastern end of the Black Sea; Colchis

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pîneus, a, um

of pinewood

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pînus, -ûs or -î, f.

pine tree; ship

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prôgeniês, -êî, f.

offspring, race

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prognâtus, a, um

born, produced

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proscindô, -ere, -scidî, -scissum

plow

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pûbês, pûbis, f.

the adult population; manpower

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puppis, -is, f.

stern (of a ship); ship

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rêmigium, -î, n.

oarage; the action of rowing

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retineô, -êre, -tinuî, -tentum

hold back, restrain; preserve

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rôbor, -oris, n.

oak; strength, vigor

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rôstrum, -î, n.

beak; prow

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rudis, e

raw, undeveloped; inexperienced, awkward

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saeculum (saeclum) -î, n.

an age, a generation

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salsus, a, um

salty; witty, clever

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salvê, salvête

greetings!

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spûma, -ae, f.

foam

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summa, -ae, f.

sum; main part; chief place

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summus, a, um

highest, topmost

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tenus (prep.+ abl. or gen.)

as far as

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texô, -ere, -uî, -tus

weave, interlace

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textum, -î, n.

fabric; framework

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Thetis, -idis, f.

Thetis, the mother of Achilles

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torqueô, -êre, torsî, tortus

turn, twist, hurl

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ventôsus, a, um

windy

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verrô, -ere, versum

sweep

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vertex, -icis, m.

whirlpool; the top of the head; top, peak

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vultus (or voltus), -ûs, m.

face, countenance, expression

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