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Amarunsius, a, um

belonging to place in Boeotia sacred to Diana

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annuus, a, um

yearly

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armô (1)

arm, furnish with arms

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avertô (avortô), -ere, -vertî, -versum

turn away; embezzle

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

inhabitant of heaven; god or goddess

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castus, -a, -um

pure, chaste, holy

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caterva, -ae, f.

throng, crowd

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certâmen, -inis, n.

strife, struggle, contest

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certâtim

with eager rivalry

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coetus (coitus), -ûs, m.

meeting, gathering

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* cônspiciô, -ere, -spexî, -spectus *

see, catch sight of

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contingô, -tingere, -tigî, -tactum

contact, touch; connect; continue

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crînis, -is, m.

hair, locks

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cupidus, -a, -um

desirous, eager

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Delphî, -ôrum, m.pl.

Delphi

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dêsistô, -ere, -stitî, -stitûrus

cease, desist

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diês, -êî, m. (f.)

day; time

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dignor, -arî, -âtus

think worthy

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effundô, -ere, -fûdî, -fûsum

pour out; abandon, waste

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era, -ae, f.

mistress of the house; mistress

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evans, evantis

giving the Bacchic cry “evan!”

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

extinguish

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for, fârî, fâtus

speak

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fêlix, -îcis

lucky, fortunate, happy

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festus, a, um

joyous, festive

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flôs, flôris, m.

flower

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frâternus, a, um

brotherly

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fugô (1)

put to flight, chase away

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

flash, gleam

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fûmô (1)

emit smoke, smoke

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fûnus, -eris, m.

funeral, death

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genitor, -ôris, m.

sire, father

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* nâscor, nâscî, nâtus (gnâtus)

be born

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gnatus, î, m.

son

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hêrôs, hêrôis, m.

hero, demigod

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hortor, -ârî, -âtus

urge, encourage

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ignârus, -a, -um

ignorant, uncomprehending

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imbuô, -ere, -uî, -ûtum

drench, steep; wet for the first time; inaugurate, initiate

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impius (inpius), a, um

impious, disobedient

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innupta, -ae, f.

an unmarried girl

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invîsô, -ere, -visî, -visum

go to see; look upon

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iustifîcus, a, um

acting justly, righteous

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iustitia, -ae, f.

justice

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lêtifer, -era, -erum

bringing death, deadly

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lûgeô, -êre, lûxî, lûctus

mourn, grieve

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lûmen, -inis, n.

light

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* mâlô, mâlle, mâluî, --- *

(be more willing), prefer

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malus, -a, -um

bad

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mâlus, -î, m/f.

m. mast (of a ship); f. apple tree

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Mâvors, Mâvortis, m.

Mars

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mêns, mentis, f.

mind

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mortâlis, -e

mortal

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namque

for, for indeed

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nâscor, nâscî, nâtus

be born

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nâtus, -î, m.

a son; pl. children, offspring

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* nâscor, nâscî, nâtus *

be born

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nâtus, -î, m.

a son; pl. children, offspring

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natô (1)

swim

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nefandus, a, um

unspeakable, impious

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noverca, ae, f.

stepmother

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omnis, -e

all, every

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optô (1)

wish, pray for

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Parca, -ae, f.

Roman goddess of birth; one of the Fates

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parcus, a, um

thrifty, frugal

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Parnâsus, -î, m.

Parnassus (the mountain near Delphi)

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* patior, patî, passus *

suffer; permit, allow

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pectus, -oris, n.

breast, chest

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Pêlêus, -eî, m. (acc. Pêlea)

Peleus (son of Aeacus, husband of Thetis, father of Achilles)

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Penâtês, -ium, m.pl.

Penates, household gods

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perfundô, -ere, -fûdî, -fûsum

drench, sprinkle

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permisceô, -êre, -miscuî, -mixtum

mix together; confuse

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permixtus, a, um

confused; promiscuous

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pietâs, -âtis, f.

sense of duty, piety

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potior, -îrî, -îtus

get possession of, become master

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praefor, -fârî, -fâtus

say by way of preface

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praesêns, -entis

present

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prîmaevus, a, um

youthful

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prôcumbô, -ere, -cubuî, -cubitum

bend forward, fall forward

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quârê

on account of which thing; wherefore, therefore

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quondam

formerly

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rapidus, a, um

strongly flowing; rapid; scorching, consuming

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revîsô, -ere

pay another visit; return to

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ruô, -ere, ruî, rûtus (ruitûrus)

fall (in ruin); rush

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sanguis, -inis, m.

blood

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scelerô (1)

stain; defile with wicked acts

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scelus, -eris, n.

crime

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sê or sêsê, suî, sibî or sibi, sê or sêsê

himself, herself, itself, themselves (reflexive)

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soleô, -êre, solitus sum

be wont, be accustomed

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spernô, -ere, sprêvî, sprêtus

despise, scorn, slight

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substernô, -ere, -strâvî, -strâtum

spread oneself underneath

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tâlis, tâle

such, of such a kind; so great, so excellent

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taurus, -î, m.

bull

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tellûs, -ûris, f.

earth, world

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terra, -ae f.

earth, land

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Thyias, -adis, f.

a Maenad

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tôtus, a, um

whole, all, entire

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Trîtôn, -ônis, m.

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

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vagus, a, um

wandering; uncertain

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* veniô, -îre, vênî, ventum *

come

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* vereor, verêrî, veritus *

fear; revere; respect

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vertex, -icis, m.

whirlpool; the top of the head; top, peak

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vîsô, -ere, vîsî, vîsus

go to see, visit