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* currô, -ere, cucurrî, cursûrus *

run

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accipiô, accipere, accêpî, acceptus

receive; accept

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acervus, -î, m.

heap, pile, mass

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Achillês, -is, m.

Achilles

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Achîvus, -î, m.

an Achaean, Greek

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agger, -is, m.

mound, rampart, dike

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anceps, -itis

double-edged

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angustô (1)

make narrow

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anxius, a, um

anxious

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ârdeô, -êre, ârsî, ârsûrus

burn (intrans.), blaze

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arvum, -î, n.

plowed land, field

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bellô (1) or bellor, -ârî, -âtus sum

wage war

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bustum, -î, n.

pyre, tomb

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caedô, -ere, cecîdî, caesus

cut down, slay, kill

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certâmen, -inis, n.

strife, struggle, contest

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circumdô, -dare, -dedî, -datus

put (acc.) around (dat.), surround (acc.) with (abl.)

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coacervô (1)

pile up

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conferô, -ferre, -tulî, -lâtum

bring together; discuss; give, lend

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coniûnx, coniugis, m./f.

husband, wife

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côpia, -ae f.

plenty, supply

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crînis, -is, m.

hair, locks

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Dardanius, a, um

of Dardanus (an ancestor of Priam); Trojan

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dêdô, dêdere, dêdidî, dêditus

give up, surrender

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dêmetô, -ere, -messî, -missum

mow, reap; harvest

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dênique

finally, at length

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diffundô, -ere, -fûdî, -fûsum

pour forth

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discors, discordis

discordant; warring; inconsistent

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dûcô, -ere, dûxî, ductus

lead, guide

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dûdum

a while ago, for some time

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êgregius, -a, -um

uncommon, extraordinary

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excelsus, -a, -um

elevated, lofty

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excipiô, -ere, -cêpî, -ceptus

take out, except; take up, receive, catch

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expers, expertis

having no share in; immune to

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fateor, -êrî, fassus

admit, confess

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fêlix, -îcis

lucky, fortunate, happy

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ferrum, -î, n.

iron

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fîlum, -î, n.

thread

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flammeum, -î, n.

the veil (flame-colored) worn by a Roman bride

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flammeus, a, um

fiery; swift as fire

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flâvens, -entis

yellow

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flûmen, -inis, n.

river

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fors, fortis, f.

chance

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fortis, -e

fortis, -e

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fundô, -ere, fûdî, fûsus

pour; rout (of troops)

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fûnus, -eris, m.

funeral, death

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fûsus, -î, m.

spindle

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haud

not

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Hellespontus, -î, m.

the Hellespont

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hêrês, hêrêdis, m/f.

heir

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incultus, a, um

unkempt

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înfestus, -a, -um

hostile, dangerous

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infîrmus, a, um

weak

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longinquus, -a, -um

distant; long continued

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madefiô, -fiêrî, -factus

become wet, soaked

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mânô (1)

drip, flow

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marîtus,a, um

married; in masc. sing. husband

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messor, -ôris, m.

reaper, harvester

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mittô, -ere mîsî, missus

send; let ... go

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moenia, -ium, n. (plural)

fortifications, (city) walls

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Neptûnius, a, um

of Neptune

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nôscô, -ere, nôvî, nôtus

become acquainted with; (perfect) know

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notus, -î, m.

friend, acquaintance

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nôtus, a, um

known, familiar; famous

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nupta, -ae, f.

wife

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obsideô, -êre, -sêdî, -sessus

besiege, blockade

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orior, orîrî, ortus

rise, arise

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Pelops, -opis, m.

son of Tantalus; father of Atreus and Thyestes

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percellô, -cellere, -cûlî, -culsum

knock down; overthrow; ruin

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permisceô, -êre, -miscuî, -mixtum

mix together; confuse

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permixtus, a, um

confused; promiscuous

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persaepe

very often

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Polyxenius, a, um

of Polyxena (daughter of Priam, sacrificed to Achilles)

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poples, poplitis, m.

the hollow of the knee; knee

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praecerpô, -ere, -cerpsî, -cerptum

cull or reap, in advance

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praevertô, -ere, -vertî, -versum

outstrip, outrun

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prôiciô, -ere, -iêcî, -iectus

throw forward; throw away, abandon

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prosternô, -ere, -strâvî, -strâtum

lay low, strike down

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putridus, a, um

rotten, decaying, withered

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quoque (can also be part of quicumque, quaecumque, quodcumque “whoever, whatever”)

also

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revîsô, -ere

pay another visit; return to

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Scamander, -drî, m.

the Scamander (a river near Troy)

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sêcubitus, -ûs, m.

a sleeping apart; sleeping apart from one’s spouse or lover

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subtegmen, -inis, n.

the woof of a cloth or tapestry (i.e. the vertical threads)

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succumbô, -ere, -cubuî, cubitum

collapse; submit to sex

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summissus, a, um

lowered; submissive

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tepefaciô, -ere, -fêcî, -factum

make warm

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terror, -ôris, m.

terror

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testis, -is, m.

witness

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Teucrus, a, um

Trojan

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Trôiugena, -ae, m.

a Trojan-born man; a Trojan

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truncus, -î, m.

body, torso

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victima, -ae, f.

victim, sacrifice

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victor, -ôris, m.

conqueror

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vinculum (vinclum), -î, n.

bond, fetter, chain

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