20a Catullus 64 47-70 Latin to English Flashcards Preview

Latin 24 (2013) vocabulary > 20a Catullus 64 47-70 Latin to English > Flashcards

Flashcards in 20a Catullus 64 47-70 Latin to English Deck (69):
1

lexical_item

engl_def

2

alga, -ae, f.

seaweed

3

allûdô, -ere, -lûsî, -lûsum

play, joke; (of waves) play against

4

amictus, -ûs, m.

garment, robe

5

Ariadna, -ae, f.

Ariadne (daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë)

6

ars, artis, f.

skill, art

7

Bacchans, -antis, f.

a Bacchant, a Maenad

8

bacchor, -ârî

celebrate the rites of Bacchus; act like a Bacchant

9

cêdô, -ere, cessî, cessûrus

go (away); give way; yield

10

cernô, -ere, crêvî, crêtus

distinguish, behold

11

classis, -is, f.

fleet

12

conchylium, -î, n. (the y is long)

mollusc; the shellfish that gives purple dye; purple dye

13

contegô, -ere, -texî, -tectum

cover up; shelter

14

cor, cordis, n.

heart

15

dêlâbor, -lâbî, -lapsus

fall down, sink

16

dêns, dentis, m.

tooth

17

dêserô, -ere, -seruî, -sertus

desert, abandon

18

dêsertus, a, um

deserted; lonely

19

Dîa, -ae, f.

an island in the Aegean; usually identified as Naxos

20

dîvus (dius) -a, -um

divine; (subst.) god, goddess

21

effigiês, -êî, f.

statue, effigy

22

eheu

oh!, alas!

23

fallax, -âcis

deceptive, fallacious

24

flâvus, -a, -um

yellow

25

fluctuô (1)

surge like a wave; be in turmoil

26

fluentisonus, a, um

resounding with the noise of the sea

27

fluitô (1)

flow; float, drift

28

fûcus, -î, m.

rock-lichin; red or purple; rouge; dross, adulteration; pretence,deceit

29

geniâlis, -e

of a person’s genius; of marriage

30

gerô, -ere, gessî, gestus

carry; carry on, wage

31

immemor, -oris

forgetful

32

indicô, -ere, -dîxî, -dîctus

proclaim, declare

33

irritus (inritus), a, um

not ratified; null and void; empty

34

lactens, lactentis, adj.

full of milk; tender

35

locô (1)

place, lay; set up, marry off

36

medius, -a, -um

middle (of)

37

Mînôïs, -idis, f.

a daughter of Minos; Ariadne

38

mitra, -ae, f.

a miter, a turban

39

necdum

and not yet; but not yet

40

papilla, -ae, f.

nipple; breast

41

passim

here and there, in all directions

42

pendeô, -êre, pependî, ---

hang, be suspended

43

pendô, -ere, pependî, pênsus

pay; weigh

44

perditus, a, um

ruined, depraved

45

poliô, -îre, -îvî, -îtum

polish

46

procella, -ae, f.

storm, gale

47

prômissum, -î, n.

promise, assurance

48

prômittô, -ere, -mîsî, -missum

promise

49

prospectô (1)

gaze out

50

prospiciô, -ere, -spexî, -spectum

see far off; forsee

51

pulvinar, -âris, n.

a couch on which statues of the gods were placed for ritual banquets

52

purpura, -ae, f.

crimson, purple

53

sal, salis, n.

salt; sea

54

saxeus, a, um

made of stone

55

sêdês, -is, f.

seat, abode, home

56

strophium, -iî, n.

a breast-band

57

subtîlis, e

fine-textured, delicate

58

tegô, -ere, têxî, têctus

cover; protect

59

teres, teretis

smooth, rounded

60

Thêseus (two syllables), -î, m. (acc. Thêsea; voc. Thêseu)

Theseus

61

tingô (or tinguô), -ere, tînxî, tînctus

wet, dip, dye

62

tueor, tuêrî, tuitus or tûtus

watch over, guard, protect

63

utpote

as one might expect, as is natural

64

variô (1)

adorn with contrasting colors; embroider; mottle, bruise

65

vêlô (1)

veil, cover over

66

vêrô

in truth, in fact

67

vicis, -is, f.

alternation, change; change of fate

68

vinciô, -îre, vînxî, vînctus

bind

69

virtûs, -ûtis, f.

valor, courage; (pl.) virtues

Decks in Latin 24 (2013) vocabulary Class (46):