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Flashcards in 26b Catullus 64 382 to end English to Latin Deck (57):
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say by way of preface

praefor, -fârî, -fâtus

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godlike, superhuman, divine

dîvînus, -a, -um

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present

praesêns, -entis

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go to see; look upon

invîsô, -ere, -visî, -visum

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pure, chaste, holy

castus, -a, -um

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show

ostendô, -ere, ostendî, ostentus

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inhabitant of heaven; god or goddess

caelicola, -ae, m/f. (gen. pl. caelicolum)

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not yet

nôndum

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despise, scorn, slight

spernô, -ere, sprêvî, sprêtus

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temple, consecrated place

templum, -î, n.

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flash, gleam

fulgeô, -êre, fulsî, --- / fulgô, -ere, --- , ---

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yearly

annuus, a, um

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joyous, festive

festus, a, um

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see, catch sight of

* cônspiciô, -ere, -spexî, -spectus *

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bend forward, fall forward

prôcumbô, -ere, -cubuî, -cubitum

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Parnassus (the mountain near Delphi)

Parnâsus, -î, m.

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pour out; abandon, waste

effundô, -ere, -fûdî, -fûsum

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giving the Bacchic cry “evan!”

evans, evantis

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Delphi

Delphî, -ôrum, m.pl.

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with eager rivalry

certâtim

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fall (in ruin); rush

ruô, -ere, ruî, rûtus (ruitûrus)

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emit smoke, smoke

fûmô (1)

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bringing death, deadly

lêtifer, -era, -erum

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Mars

Mâvors, Mâvortis, m.

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Triton (a sea god); a river in Boeotia, sacred to Athena

Trîtôn, -ônis, m.

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belonging to place in Boeotia sacred to Diana

Amarunsius, a, um

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arm, furnish with arms

armô (1)

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urge, encourage

hortor, -ârî, -âtus

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throng, crowd

caterva, -ae, f.

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earth, world

tellûs, -ûris, f.

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crime

scelus, -eris, n.

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unspeakable, impious

nefandus, a, um

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justice

iustitia, -ae, f.

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put to flight, chase away

fugô (1)

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drench, sprinkle

perfundô, -ere, -fûdî, -fûsum

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cease, desist

dêsistô, -ere, -stitî, -stitûrus

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extinguish

exstinguô (extinguo), -ere, -stînxî, -stînctus

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mourn, grieve

lûgeô, -êre, lûxî, lûctus

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youthful

prîmaevus, a, um

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an unmarried girl

innupta, -ae, f.

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get possession of, become master

potior, -îrî, -îtus

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stepmother

noverca, ae, f.

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ignorant, uncomprehending

ignârus, -a, -um

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spread oneself underneath

substernô, -ere, -strâvî, -strâtum

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impious, disobedient

impius (inpius), a, um

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stain; defile with wicked acts

scelerô (1)

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speak

for, fârî, fâtus

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acting justly, righteous

iustifîcus, a, um

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think worthy

dignor, -arî, -âtus

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contact, touch; connect; continue

contingô, -tingere, -tigî, -tactum

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Roman goddess of birth; one of the Fates

Parca, -ae, f.

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thrifty, frugal

parcus, a, um

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free

lîber, -a, -um

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tree bark; book

liber, librî, m.

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son

gnatus, î, m.

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ankle; anklebone; heel; a die

tâlus, -i, m.

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