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begin

* coepiô, coepere, coepî, coeptus *

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beat, strike; beat the breast or head; lament

* plangô, -ere, -xî, -ctum *

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magnificently

amplificê

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the dawn

aurôra, -ae, f.

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foreign, barbarian

barbarus, -a, -um

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a low, booming sound

bombus, -î, m.

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sing; prophesy, foretell

canô, -ere, cecinî, cantus

9

song

cantus, -ûs, m.

10

throng; make famous, celebrate

celebrô (1)

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a wicker box for sacred objects

cista, -ae, f.

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horn (of an animal); wing (of an army)

cornû, -ûs, n.

13

spear point

cuspis, -idis, f.

14

go away, leave; make way for

dêcêdô, -ere, -cessî, -cessum

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embellish, adorn

decorô (1)

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tear apart

dîvellô, -ere, -vellî, -vulsum (-volsum)

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breathe out, emit, blast out

efflô (1)

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the ecstatic cry of a Bacchante

Euhoe or Euoe

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arise, appear, begin

exorior, -orîrî, -ortus

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fill up, satisfy

expleô, -êre, -plêvî, -plêtum

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a blowing; a wind

flâtus, -ûs, m.

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bloom, flourish

flôreô, -êre, -uî, ---

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in vain

frûstrâ

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roughen, ruffle

horrifîcô (1)

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Bacchus

Iacchus, -î, m.

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hurl, throw; shake, disturb; boast

iactô (1)

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wrap

incingô, -ere, -cinxî, -cinctum

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intensify

incrêbescô, -ere, -crebuî

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bend

inflectô, -ere, -flexî, -flexum

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bullock

iuvencus, -î, m.

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lightly

leviter

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crazy, mad

lymphâtus, a, um

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of the morning

mâtûtînus, a, um

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born at/on Nysa (birthplace of Bacchus)

Nysigena, -ae, m/ adj. (the y is long)

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dark, hidden, obscure

obscûrus, -a, -um

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Bacchic rites

orgia, -ôrum, n. pl.

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gentle, quiet

placidus, a, um

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a beating, a slapping

plangor, -ôris, m.

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proceed, advance; come forth

prôcêdô, ere, -cessî, -cessum

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tall, long

prôcêrus, a, um

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downward sloping; tumbling forward

prôclîvus, a, um

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unconsecrated, ordinary; wicked, impious

profânus, a, um

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youth; young men

pûbês, -is, f.

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seek, search for; ask, inquire

quaerô, -ere, quaesîvî (-iî), -îtus

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of what sort or kind

quâlis, -e

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harsh-sounding

raucisonus, a, um

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shine, gleam

refulgeô, -êre, -fulsî

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palace

regia, -ae, f.

49

of a king, regal

rêgius, a, um

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a satyr (often a companion of Bacchus)

satyrus, -î, m.

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snake, serpent

serpêns, -entis, m.

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creep, glide

serpô, -ere, serpsî, serptûrus

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thus, so (in such a way)

sîc

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Silenus (an attendant of Bacchus)

Sîlênus, -î, m.

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whistle, shreak; creak, rattle

strideô, -êre, strîdî, --- / stridô, -ere, --- , ---

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slowly

tardê

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roof; building, house

têctum, -î, n.

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conceiled, secret; secretive

tectus, a, um

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Thessalian

Thessalus, a, um

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an orgiastic dance; a group that performs such dances

thiasus, -î, m.

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a Maenad

Thyias, -adis, f.

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the thyrsus, i.e a Bacchic staff, covered with vines and ivy

thyrsus, -î, m.

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flute, pipe

tîbia, -ae, f.

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a ringing

tinnîtus, -ûs, m.

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forecourt

vestibulum, -î, n.

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