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agedum

an imperative form of ago, come!

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adhortor (1)

urge on

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adeô, -îre, -iî or -îvî, -itum

approach, attack

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adulescens, -entis, m.

young man

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aiô (defective verb)

say, declare (used mainly in present and imperfect)

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albico (1)

be white, have a whitish color

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algidus, a, um

cold

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alius, -a, -ud

other, another

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altus, -a, -um

high; deep

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amiciô, amicîre, amicuî, amictum

cover, cloak

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aper, -prî, m.

wild boar

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Attis, Attidis, m./f.

the eunuch consort of Cybele

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auris, -is, f.

ear

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caedês, -dis, f.

slaughter

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cauda, -ae, f.

tail (of an animal)

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cerva, -ae, f.

deer

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cervîx, -îcis f. (sometimes m.)

neck (and shoulders)

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citus, -a, -um

swift, fleet

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* colô, -ere, coluî, cultus *

cultivate; inhabit; cherish; worship

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columen, inis, n.

roof, summit, peak; key person, top man

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corolla, -ae, f.

garland, small wreathe

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cubiculum, î, n.

bedroom

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cûnctus, -a, -um

whole, all, entire

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cupiô, -ere, -îvî (-iî), -îtus

desire

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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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decus, -oris, n.

grace, glory; honor

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dêmêns, -entis

mad, insane

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Dindymon, Dindymî, m.

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

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doleô, -êre, doluî, dolitûrus

grieve (at)

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domô, -âre, -uî, -itus

tame, subdue

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enim (postpositive)

for

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ephêbus, î, m.

ephebe (a young man in Greece, between 18 and 20)

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era, -ae, f.

mistress of the house; mistress

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

be

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era, -ae, f.

mistress of the house; mistress

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* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

do, make

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famula, ae, f.

slave, servant (female)

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ferus, -a, -um

wild, fierce

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* ferô, ferre, tulî, lâtus *

bear, endure; carry, bring

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ferôx, -ôcis

wild, fierce

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figûra, -ae, f.

form, shape, aspect, appearance

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flôridus, -a, -um

abounding with flowers, flowery

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flôs, flôris, m.

flower

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fremô, -ere, -uî, -itûrus

roar, howl

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fremitus, -ûs, m.

a dull roaring sound, loud noise

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frequêns, -entis

in large numbers, crowded; frequent, numerous

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fugiô, -ere, fûgî, fugitûrus

flee

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furor, -ôris, m.

madness, rage, frenzy

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fûror, -ârî, -âtus sum

steal

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geminus, -î, m.

twin

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geminô (1)

to double; reproduce

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genus, -eris, n.

birth, origin; descendant; race; class, order

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gymnasium, î, n.

an athletic / educational center

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hostis, -is, m.

enemy (in war)

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ianua, -ae, f.

door

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ibi

there, in that place

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ictus, -ûs, m.

blow; wound

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Îda, -ae (Îdê, -ês), f.

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

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imperium, -iî or -î, n.

command; power; empire

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impetus, -ûs, m.

attack

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incitô (1)

incite, rouse

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inquam (defective)

say (in direct quotation)

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ita

so, thus, in this way

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iuba, ae, f.

mane

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iugum, -î, n.

yoke; (mountain) ridge

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* iungô, -ere, iûnxî, iûnctus *

join, unite

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labellum, -î, n.

lip

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laevus, -a, -um

left (hand)

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leô, -ônis, m.

lion

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liberê

freely

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lîmen, -inis, n.

threshold, portal

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linquô, -ere, lîquî

leave, quit

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lîtus, -oris, n.

shore

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locus, -î, m. (plural: loca, n.)

place

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*loquor, loquî, locûtus*

speak, talk

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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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marmor, -oris, n.

marble

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minax, -âcis

threatening

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ministra, ae, f.

handmaid, temple attendant

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mûgiô, -îre, -îvî, -îtûrus

bellow, roar

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nemus, -oris, n.

grove, glade

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nemorivagus, a, um

forest-wandering

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nimis

too, too much

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nix, nivis, f.

snow

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nûntius, a. um

bringing news; m. messenger, news; n. pl message, news

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obeô, -îre, obiî, obitus

go about, attend to (rem, negotium etc.); meet

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oleum, î, n.

olive oil; wrestling, place for wrestling

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* orior, orîrî, ortus *

rise, arise

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paenitet, -êre, paenituit (impersonal)

be sorry, repent

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* patior, patî, passus *

suffer; permit, allow

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pateô, -êre, patuî, ---

lie open; extend

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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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Phrygius, a, um

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

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Phrygia, ae, f.

Phrygia (a country of Asia Minor)

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procul

afar, at a distance

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prope

near, nearly

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prope diem (propediem)

at an early day, shortly

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quatiô, -ere, --- , quassus

shake, shatter

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* queror, querî, questus *

complain

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rapidus, a, um

strongly flowing; rapid; scorching, consuming

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redimiô, -îre, -iî, -îtum

wreathe, encircle

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* redeô, redîre, rediî, reditum *

go back, return

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reditus, -ûs, m.

a return

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referô, -ferre, retulî, relâtum

bring back, return; renew; report

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refringô, -ere, -frêgî, -fractus

break open, tear off

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religô (1)

tie back, tie up; untie

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resolvô, -ere, -solvî, -solûtum

untie, dissolve, melt

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retono (1)

resound

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roseus, a, um

rosy, red

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rutilus, a, um

red, reddish

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silvicultrix, -îcis

wood-dwelling

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sôl, sôlis, m.

sun

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sonitus, -ûs, m.

sound, noise

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spatium, -î, n.

distance

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sterilis, -e

sterile, barren

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stimulô (1)

goad, torment

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tener, tenera, tenerum

tender, soft, delicate

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tepidus, a, um

warm

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tergum, -î, n.

back, rear

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torôsus, a, um

knotty; muscular

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* vâdô, -ere, vâsî, -vâsus *

go, move, proceed, rush

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vagus, a, um

wandering; uncertain

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verber, -eris, n.

whip

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see; in passive usually “seem”

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virgultum, -î, n.

bush, thicket

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viridis, -e

green

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vîta, -ae f.

life

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ûmidus, -a, -um

moist, damp