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and

et

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companion

comes, -itis, m.

3

C. Valerius Catullus, b. 86 BCE

Catullus, i, m.

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whether ... or

sîve ... sîve (seu ... seu)

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into (+ acc.); in, on (+ abl.)

in (+ acc. or abl.)

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outermost, last

extrêmus, -a, -um

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enter, penetrate

penetrô (pênetrô) (1)

8

Indian

Indus, a, um

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shore

lîtus, -oris, n.

10

that; as

ut, utî

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far, far off; for a long time

longê

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produce a sound, call a name; resound, echo

resonô (1)

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belonging to the morning; eastern

Êôus, -a, -um (also w. short E)

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beat, buffet

tundô, -ere, tutundî, tûnsus or tûsus

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wave, billow

unda, -ae, f.

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of Hyrcania (S.E. of the Caspian Sea)

Hyrcânus, a, um

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Arabian

Arabs (Ârabs), -âbis (adj.)

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soft, yielding

mollis, -e

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a Scythian tribe

Sagae, Sagârum, m. pl.

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arrow-carrying

sagittifer, fera, ferum

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Parthian

Parthus, a, um

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seven-fold

septemgeminus, a, um

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color, tinge

colôrô (1)

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the sea

aequor, -oris, n.

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the Nile

Nîlus, -î, m.

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across, beyond

trans (prep. + acc., adv)

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high; deep

altus, -a, -um

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step, walk, go

gradior, -î, gresssus

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the Alps

Alpes, ium, f.

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Caesar

Caesar, Caesaris, m.

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go to see, visit

vîsô, -ere, vîsî, vîsus

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reminder; memorial, monument

monumentum (monimentum), -î, n.

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large

magnus, -a, -um

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Gallic

Gallicus, a, um

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the Rhine

Rhênus, -î, m.

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fearful, dreadful; rough, uncouth

horrîbilis, -e

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farthest; last

ultimus, a, um

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the Britons

Britanni, ôrum

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all, every

omnis, -e

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this

hic, haec, hoc

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whoever, whatever

quîcumque, quaecumque, quodcumque

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bear, endure; carry, bring

* ferô, ferre, tulî, lâtus *

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wish; good-will

voluntâs, -âtis, f.

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celestial; (as pl. subs.) the gods

caeles, itis (adj.)

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test, try, attempt

temptô (1)

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at the same time

simul

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prepare, get ready

parô (1)

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few, a few

paucî, -ae, -a

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announce

nûntiô (1)

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my, mine

meus, -a, -um

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girl

puella, -ae, f.

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not

nôn

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good

bonus, -a, -um

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his, her, its; their (all reflex.)

suus, -a, -um

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live

* vîvô, -ere, vîxî, vîctûrus *

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be strong, avail

* valeô, -êre, valuî, valitûrus *

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embrace

complector (conplector) -î, -plexus

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hold

teneô, -êre, tenuî, tentus

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three hundred

trecentî (tricentî), -ae, -a

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no, not one

nûllus, a, um

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but

sed

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again and again

identidem

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the groin (usually plural form for singular)

île, ilis, n. (îleum and îlium, -iî)

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burst, break

* rumpô, -ere, rûpî, ruptus *

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and not, neither, nor

neque, nec

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look back, look round; look at; wait for, look for

respectô (1)

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before

ante (+ acc.)

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love

amor (amos), amôris, m.

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that (yonder)

ille, illa, illud

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fall

* cadô, cadere, cecidî, câsûrus *

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just as, as if

velut (or velutî)

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meadow

prâtum, -î, n.

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farthest; last

ultimus, a, um

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flower

flôs, flôris, m.

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go by, pass over, omit

praetereô, -îre, -iî, -itus

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after

postquam

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touch

* tangô, -ere, tetigî, tâctus *

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plow

arâtrum, -î, n.

79

be

*sum, esse, fuî, futûrus*

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love

amô (1)

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loving, fond; friendly, affectionate

amans, amantis

82

fault, blame

culpa, -ae, f.

83

blame, reproach

culpô (1)

84

with

cum (+ abl.)

85

when; since; although

cum

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say, tell

* dîcô, -ere, dîxî, dictus *

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something said, a saying

dictum, -î, n.

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an adultress

moecha, -ae, f

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an adulterer

moechus, -î, m.

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who, which, that

quî, quae, quod (relative)

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what

quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

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how? by what means?

quî (interrog. adv.)

93

truly

vêrê

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spring

vêr, vêris, n.

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