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seaweed

alga, -ae, f.

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play, joke; (of waves) play against

allûdô, -ere, -lûsî, -lûsum

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garment, robe

amictus, -ûs, m.

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Ariadne (daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë)

Ariadna, -ae, f.

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skill, art

ars, artis, f.

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a Bacchant, a Maenad

Bacchans, -antis, f.

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celebrate the rites of Bacchus; act like a Bacchant

bacchor, -ârî

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go (away); give way; yield

cêdô, -ere, cessî, cessûrus

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distinguish, behold

cernô, -ere, crêvî, crêtus

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fleet

classis, -is, f.

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mollusc; the shellfish that gives purple dye; purple dye

conchylium, -î, n. (the y is long)

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cover up; shelter

contegô, -ere, -texî, -tectum

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heart

cor, cordis, n.

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fall down, sink

dêlâbor, -lâbî, -lapsus

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tooth

dêns, dentis, m.

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desert, abandon

dêserô, -ere, -seruî, -sertus

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deserted; lonely

dêsertus, a, um

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an island in the Aegean; usually identified as Naxos

Dîa, -ae, f.

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divine; (subst.) god, goddess

dîvus (dius) -a, -um

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statue, effigy

effigiês, -êî, f.

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oh!, alas!

eheu

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deceptive, fallacious

fallax, -âcis

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yellow

flâvus, -a, -um

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surge like a wave; be in turmoil

fluctuô (1)

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resounding with the noise of the sea

fluentisonus, a, um

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flow; float, drift

fluitô (1)

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

fûcus, -î, m.

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of a person’s genius; of marriage

geniâlis, -e

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carry; carry on, wage

gerô, -ere, gessî, gestus

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forgetful

immemor, -oris

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proclaim, declare

indicô, -ere, -dîxî, -dîctus

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not ratified; null and void; empty

irritus (inritus), a, um

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full of milk; tender

lactens, lactentis, adj.

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place, lay; set up, marry off

locô (1)

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middle (of)

medius, -a, -um

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a daughter of Minos; Ariadne

Mînôïs, -idis, f.

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a miter, a turban

mitra, -ae, f.

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and not yet; but not yet

necdum

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nipple; breast

papilla, -ae, f.

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here and there, in all directions

passim

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hang, be suspended

pendeô, -êre, pependî, ---

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pay; weigh

pendô, -ere, pependî, pênsus

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ruined, depraved

perditus, a, um

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polish

poliô, -îre, -îvî, -îtum

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storm, gale

procella, -ae, f.

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promise, assurance

prômissum, -î, n.

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promise

prômittô, -ere, -mîsî, -missum

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gaze out

prospectô (1)

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see far off; forsee

prospiciô, -ere, -spexî, -spectum

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

pulvinar, -âris, n.

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crimson, purple

purpura, -ae, f.

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salt; sea

sal, salis, n.

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made of stone

saxeus, a, um

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seat, abode, home

sêdês, -is, f.

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a breast-band

strophium, -iî, n.

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fine-textured, delicate

subtîlis, e

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cover; protect

tegô, -ere, têxî, têctus

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smooth, rounded

teres, teretis

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Theseus

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

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wet, dip, dye

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

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watch over, guard, protect

tueor, tuêrî, tuitus or tûtus

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as one might expect, as is natural

utpote

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adorn with contrasting colors; embroider; mottle, bruise

variô (1)

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veil, cover over

vêlô (1)

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in truth, in fact

vêrô

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alternation, change; change of fate

vicis, -is, f.

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bind

vinciô, -îre, vînxî, vînctus

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valor, courage; (pl.) virtues

virtûs, -ûtis, f.

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* discêdô, -ere, -cessî, -cessum *

scatter; depart, desert, run away

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* flectô, -ere, flexî, flexus *

bend, turn aside

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* pâreô, -êre, pâruî, pâritûrus *

obey

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* praestô, praestâre, praestitî, praestitus *

(1) excel; (2) show, maintain

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âles, -itis

winged; (subst.) bird

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âmittô, -ere, -mîsî, -missus

(let ... get away), lose

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apiscor, apiscî

seize, grasp; obtain

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âra, -ae, f.

altar

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attamen

nevertheless

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âvehô, -ere, -vexî, -vectum

carry off

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blandus, a, um

smooth, gentle, flattering

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clêmêns, -entis

mild, merciful

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clêmentia, -ae, f.

mercy, pity, clemency

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concipiô, -ere, -cêpî, -ceptum

take hold of; comprehend

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cônsilium, -î, n.

plan, counsel; council

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consternô, -ere, -strâvî, -strâtum

cover, spread

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cônûbium, -î, n.

marriage

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crêscô, -ere, crêvî, crêtus

increase, grow (intrans.)

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dêsum, desse, -fuî, -futûrus

be lacking, fail

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dêvôtus, a,um

accursed; vowed as an offering

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dîlacerô (1)

tear to pieces

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discerpô, -ere, -cerpsî, -cerptum

tear to pieces

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exspuô, -ere, -spuî, -spûtum

spit out

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famulor, -ârî, -âtus

be a servant

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ferus, -î, m.

a wild animal

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fidêlis, -e

faithful

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germânus, -î, m. / -a, -ae, f.

brother; sister

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gignô, -ere, genuî, genitus

beget, produce

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horreô, -êre, -uî, ---

bristle; shudder at, dread

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immîtis (inmîtis), -e

unripe; harsh

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iubeô, -êre, iussî, iussus

order

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iûrô (1)

swear, take an oath

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leaena, -ae, f.

lioness

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lêtum, -î, n.

death, destruction

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libîdô (lubid-) , -inis, f.

pleasure; lust, passion

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lympha, -ae, f.

a water nymph; water

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miserescô, -ere

have pity on (+ gen.)

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morior, morî, mortuus (moritûrus)

die

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mortuus, a, um

dead

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neglegô, -ere, neglêxî, neglêctus

disregard, neglect

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parcô, -ere, pepercî, parsûrus

spare

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perfidus, a, um

treacherous, perfidious

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periûrium, -î, n.

a breach of an oath, false oath, perjury

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permulceô, -mulcêre, -mulsî, -mulsum

caress, soothe, refresh

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porta, -ae, f.

gate

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portô (1)

carry

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potior, -us

preferred, better, preferable

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potius

rather, preferably

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praeceptum, -î, n.

advice, precept; instruction, order

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praegestiô, -îre

have an overpowering desire, be especially eager for

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praemium, -î, n.

reward

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praestô

at hand, ready, present

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purpureus, a, um

crimson, purple

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rapax, -âcis

predatory, rapacious

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rûpês, -is, f.

cliff, crag

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saevus, -a, -um

raging, savage

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satiô (1)

satisfy

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Scylla, -ae, f.

a monster dwelling near the straits of Messene

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serva, -ae, f.

female slave

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servô (1)

guard, keep

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sîcine

is this the way? (= sic + ne)

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spêrô (1)

hope, hope for

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spûmô (1)

foam, froth

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suprêmus, a, um

highest

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Syrtis, -is, f.

the Gulf of Sidra (Libya); f.pl. the Syrtes (sand bars famous for their desolation)

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tumulô (1)

cover with a burial mound, bury

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turbô, -inis, m.

anything that spins; a whirlwind; a flywheel (used in spinning)

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versô (1)

keep turning; toss and turn

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vestîgium, -gî, n.

footprint, track, trace

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volô, velle, voluî, ---

be willing, will, wish

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