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* agô, agere, êgî, âctus *

drive; do, act; treat

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acûtus, -a, -um

sharp

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adeô, -îre, -iî or -îvî, -itum

approach, attack

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adorior, -îrî, -ortus

attack

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agitô (1)

drive; disturb, agitate

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aliênus, -a, -um

foreign; unfavorable

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aliênô (1)

transfer; make an enemy of; drive mad

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altus, -a, -um

high; deep

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anima, -ae, f.

breath; life; soul

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animus, -î, m.

mind; spirit, courage

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Attis, Attidis, m./f.

the eunuch consort of Cybele

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calamus, -î, m.

reed; fishing rod; pipe; pen

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* canô, -ere, cecinî, cantus *

sing; prophesy, foretell

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caput, -itis, n.

hair

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cavus, -a, -um

hollow

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* cêdô, -ere, cessî, cessûrus *

go (away); give way; yield

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celerô (1)

hasten

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celer, -eris, -ere

swift

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* capiô, capere, cêpî, captus *

take, capture

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chorus, -î, m.

dance, troop of dancers

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citô (1)

put into quick motion, stir up, arouse; call, summon to

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citus, -a, -um

swift, fleet

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cohors, -rtis, f.

cohort

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comes, -itis, m.

companion

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corpus, -oris, n.

body

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cupidus, -a, -um

desirous, eager

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curvô (1)

to curve

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Cybelê or Cybêbê, -ês, f. (also Cybela, -ae, f.)

Cybele, the Phrygian goddess worshipped as Magna Mater

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cymbalum, î, n. (gen. pl. cymbalum)

cymbal

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dea, -ae, f.

goddess

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* decet, -êre, decuit, --- (impersonal) *

it is fitting

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dêvello, -vellere, velli or volsi, -volsum

pluck out

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digitus, -î, m.

finger

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Dindymênê, -ês or -ae, f.

of Mt. Dindymon, a mountain range in Phrygia sacred to Cybele

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dîvus (dius) -a, -um

divine; (subst.) god, goddess

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domina (domna), -ae, f.

mistress

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domus, -ûs, f.

house, home

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dux, ducis, m.

guide, leader

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era, -ae, f.

mistress of the house; mistress

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error, -ôris, m.

wandering; error; a maze, a cause of error

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*sum, esse, fuî, futûrus*

be

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et

and

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etiam

even; also

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êviro (1)

emasculate

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exsequor (exequor), -sequî, -secûtus

follow, accompany; follow up, prosecute; go through with in speaking, tell, relate

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exsul (exul), exsulis, m./f.

a banished person, an exile

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furô, -ere, ---, ---

rage, be mad

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Galla, ae, f.

an emasculated priest of Cybele

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gravis, -e

heavy; severe; serious

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hic, haec, hoc

this

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hederiger, -era, -erum

ivy-carrying; ivy-wearing

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hilaro (1)

cheer, gladden

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* iaciô, -ere, iêcî, iactus *

throw

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ibi

there, in that place

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Îda, -ae (Îdê, -ês), f.

a mountain range in Phrygia, near Troy; a mountain in Crete

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îlia, ium, n. pl. (îlî is rare gen. sing.)

groin, genitals

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ille, illa, illud

that (yonder)

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initium, -î, n.

beginning

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itaque

and so

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* eô, îre, iî, itûrus *

go

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levis, -e

light

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lêvis, -e

smooth, polished

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lingua, -ae, f.

tongue, language

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locus, -î, m. (plural: loca, n.)

place

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maculô (1)

stain, defile

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Maenas, -adis, f.

a Maenad, Bacchant (follower of Bacchus)

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manus, -ûs, f.

hand; band (of men)

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Mânes, -ium m. m/f. pl.

the shades of the underworld

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mare, maris, n.

sea

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mâter, matris, f.

mother

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ego; nôs

I; we

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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mêns, mentis, f.

mind

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mora, -ae f.

delay

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mulier, -eris, f.

woman

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nemus, -oris, n.

grove, glade

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nimius, -a, -um

too great, too much

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niveus, a, um

of snow, snowy

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nothus, a, um

illegitimate

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odium, odiî, n.

hatred

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opâcus, -a, -um

shaded, dark

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pecus, -oris, n.

cattle

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pês, pedis, m.

foot

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pelagus, -î, n. (cf. A&G 48a)

sea

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petô, -ere, -îvî (-iî), -îtus

(aim at), seek; beg, request

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Phrygius, a, um

Phrygian, of Phrygia (a country of Asia Minor); Trojan

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Phryx, Phrygis

Phrygian

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pondus, -eris, n.

weight

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properô (1)

hasten

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quatiô, -ere, --- , quassus

shake, shatter

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quô

whither, to which (what) place (cf. also qui, quae, quod etc.)

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rabiês, -êî, f.

madness, frenzy

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rapidus, a, um

strongly flowing; rapid; scorching, consuming

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ratis, -is, f.

raft, boat

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reboo (1)

resound

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recêns, -entis

fresh, recent

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recrepo (1)

ring or sound in answer

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redimiô, -îre, -iî, -îtum

wreathe, encircle

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relinquô, -ere, relîquî, relictus

leave, leave behind

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remûgio, -îre

boom or bellow in reply

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repente

suddenly

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sacer, -cra, -crum

holy, sacred

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salum, î, n.

swell, billow; the sea

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sânctus, -a, -um

sacred, holy

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sanguis, -inis, m.

blood

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secta, ae, f.

a line of movement or action; a way of life, occupation

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* sentiô, -îre, sênsî, sênsus *

feel, perceive; think

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* sequor, sequî, secûtus *

follow

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silex, -icis, m.

flint; any hard rock

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silva, -ae f.

forest

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simul

at the same time

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sine (+ abl.)

without

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sinô, -ere, sîvî, situs

allow, permit

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sôlus, a, um

only, alone

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sonô, -âre, -uî, -itus

sound, resound

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stimulô (1)

goad, torment

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suêscô, -ere, suêvî, suêtus

become accustomed, (perf.) be accustomed

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suus, -a, -um

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

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super (adv. and prep. + acc.)

above; (+ abl.) about

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tardus, -a, -um

slow, sluggish

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taurus, -î, m.

bull

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Taurus, -î, m.

the mountain range dividing Asia Minor from Syria

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tener, tenera, tenerum

tender, soft, delicate

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* teneô, -êre, tenuî, tentus *

hold

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tergum, -î, n.

back, rear

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* tangô, -ere, tetigî, tâctus *

touch

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thiasus, î, m.

an orgiastic dance; a group of orgiastic dancers

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tibîcen, tibîcinis, m.

a tibia-player, a piper

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trepidô (1)

be nervous at; (intrans.) be nervous

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tripudium, î, n.

a ritual dance in three-step

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truculentus, a, um

ferocious

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* ferô, ferre, tulî, lâtus *

bear, endure; carry, bring

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tympanum (typanum), -î, n.

drum

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vagus, a, um

wandering; uncertain

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* vehô, -ere, vêxî, vectus *

carry, convey

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velut (or velutî)

just as, as if

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vîs (vim, vî, virês) f.

force, violence; pl. resources, troops

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viridis, -e

green

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vîrum, -î, n.

slime; venom

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ululô (1)

wail, howl

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ululâtus, -ûs, m.

an ululation; a howling with the tongue moving

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volitô (1)

fly about, fly quickly

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vôx, vôcis, f.

voice; word

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Venus, Veneris, f.

Venus

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* veniô, -îre, vênî, ventum *

come