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Adoneus, -i, m.

Adonis

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adulter, adulteri, m.

adulterer

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adulterium, i, n.

adultery

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albulus, a, um

white, transparent (dim. of albus)

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aleo, -onis, m.

habitual gambler

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ambô, -ae, -ô (dat/abl. pl. ambôbus / ambâbus)

both

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amnis, -is, m.

river

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angiportus, -ûs, m (angiportum), -î, n.

narrow street, lane, alley

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arvum, -î, n.

plowed land, field

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aucupium, iî n.

the sport of fowling; game birds, wild fowl

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aurifer, aurifera, auriferum

gold-bearing

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caelum, -î, n.

sky, heavens

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Caelius, i, m.

M. Caelius Rufus (87 – 48 BC)

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Caesar, Caesaris, m.

Caesar

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cinaedus, i, m.

sodomite, catamite

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Cinna, ae, m.

a Roman cognomen, esp. C. Helvius Cinna (a friend of Catullus)

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columbus, i, m.

dove

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comâtus, a, um

long-haired

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comedô, -edere, -êdî, -êsum

eat, consume

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concêdô, -ere, -cessî, -cessus

yield, grant, concede

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cônsul, -is, m.

consul

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cônsulô, -ere, cônsuluî, cônsultus

plan; consult

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conveniô, -venîre, -vênî, -ventum

meet; come to an agreement

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* crêscô, -ere, crêvî, crêtus *

increase, grow (intrans.)

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Croesus, -î, m.

Croesus (6th cent. king of Lydia, famous for his wealth)

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cubîle, -is, n.

bed, couch; lair, nest

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* dêsinô, -ere, -siî, -situs *

cease, stop

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dêvorô (1)

eat up, devour

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diffututus, a, um

exhausted by sex

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dîves, -itis (also dîs, dîte, hence gen. sing. dîtis)

rich

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dîvitiae, -ârum, f.

riches, wealth

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ducenties or ducentiens

two hundred times

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egeô, -êre, eguî, ---

lack, be in want

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êgregius, -a, -um

uncommon, extraordinary

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elluor, -ârî

spend too much on luxury or food

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êluô, êluere, êluî, êlûtum

wash clean, wash out

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êrudîtulus, a, um

well instructed, learned

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expatro (1)

waste, squander

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exsuperô (1)

surmount, exceed

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factum, î, n.

deed

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* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

do, make

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fallô, -ere, fefellî, falsus

deceive, disappoint, prove false

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falsus, a, um

mistaken, deceitful, wrong (n. error, lie)

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fêcundus, a, um

rich, fertile

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ferus, -a, -um

wild, fierce

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Firmânus, a, um

of Firmum (the home town of Mentula / Mamurra)

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Formiânus, a, um

of Formiae

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foveô, -êre, fôvî, fôtus

cherish, foster

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frûctus, -ûs, m.

fruit; enjoyment, profit

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Gallia, -ae, f.

Gaul

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gemellus, a, um

twin

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gener, -erî, m.

son-in-law

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genus, -eris, n.

birth, origin; descendant; race; class, order

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glûbo, glûbere

deprive of its bark, peel; gratify a man sexually

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Hibêrus, a, um

Spanish

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Hyperboreî, ôrum, m. pl.

the Hyperboreans (legendary people of the far north)

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imperâtor, -ôris, m.

general

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imprimô (inprimô), -imere, -essî, -essum

press on, imprint; drive in, inflict; imprint with

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improbus (inprobus) -a, -um

depraved, evil

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impudîcus (inpudîcus), -a , -um

shameless

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inde

from there, thence, then

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ingêns, -entis

huge, enormous

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instar (indecl.) n.

image; (+ gen.) like, equal to, as good as

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însula, -ae, f.

island

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iterum

again, for the second time

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iûgerum, -î, n.

a jugerum (a unit of land measurement, = about 2/3 acre)

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lancino (1)

tear to pieces

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laudô (1)

praise

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lecticulus, i, m.

cot, little bed

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Lesbius, -a, -um

of the island of Lesbos

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Lesbium, -i, n.

wine from Lesbos

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lîberâlitas, -âtis, f.

a noble spirit, a way of thinking befitting a free person; generosity

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macula, -ae, f.

spot, stain

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Maecilius, a, um

a Roman gentile name

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magis

more

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magus, -î, m. (or maga, -ae, f.)

magus, magician

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magnanimus, a, um

great-souled

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Mâmurra, ae, m.

the name of a family from Formiae, esp. Caesar’s notorious praefectus fabrum

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* maneô, -êre, mânsî, mânsûrus *

remain

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mentula, ae, f.

penis

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mîlia, -ium (subst.)

thousands

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minax, -âcis

threatening

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modo

only; lately, just now

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modus, -î, m.

manner, way; measure

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morbôsus, a, um

unhealthy, disease-ridden

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nepôs, -ôtis, m.

grandson, descendant

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nêquîquam

in vain

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nîtor, -î, nîxus or nîsus

struggle; lean on, rely on

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* occîdô, -ere, occîdî, occîsus *

slay, kill

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* occidô, -ere, occidî, occâsûrus *

fall; sink, set; die

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Ôceanus, -î, m.

ocean; Oceanus (son of Caelus and Terra, husband of Tethys)

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opulentus, a, um

wealthy, opulent

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palûs, -ûdis, f.

marsh, swamp

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pâr, paris

equal

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pâreô, -êre, pâruî, pâritûrus

obey

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pariter (adv.)

equally, simillarly

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parum

too little, not enough

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paternus, a, um

of a father, paternal

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pathicus, i, m.

pathic, catamite; one who has anal sex

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* patior, patî, passus *

suffer; permit, allow

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patrimônium, i, n.

estate, fortune

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perambulo (1)

walk around in, make a tour of

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* perdô, -ere, -didî, -ditus *

destroy, lose

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piscis, piscis, m.

fish

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plûs, plûris

more, too much (comp. of multus)

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Pompêius, -î, m.

a Roman gentile name; esp. Cn. Pompeius Magnus (Pompey the Great)

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Ponticus, a, um

of Pontus (a region in N.E. Asia Minor, bordering the Black Sea)

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possideô, -êre, -sêdî, -sessus

possess

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potis (adj. rarely declined in the postive)

able, possible

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praeda, -ae f.

booty

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prâtum, -î, n.

meadow

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puellula, ae, f.

little girl

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pulcrê

beautifully

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quadrâgintâ

forty

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quadrivium (quâdrivium), ii, n.

a cross-road; the four mathematical sciences

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quârê

on account of which thing; wherefore, therefore

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rêmus, -i, m.

oar

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Remus, i. m

the brother of Romulus

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resideô, -êre, --sêdî

remain seated, remain behind, delay

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rîvâlis, -is

one who shares use of a stream; rival (esp. in love)

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Rômulus, -i, m.

Romulus

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saltus, -ûs, m.

woodland; mountain valley

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sciô, -îre, scîvî, scîtus

know

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secundus, -a, -um

second; favorable

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sêmen, -inis, n.

seed

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silva, -ae f.

forest

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singulî, -ae, -a

one at a time, one each

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sinister, -tra, -trum

left (hand)

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socer, -erî, m.

father-in-law

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socius, -î, m.

ally, associate

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soleô, -êre, solitus sum

be wont, be accustomed

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sûmptus, -ûs, m.

expense, outlay

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superô (1)

overcome, conquer; surpass

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superbus, -a, -um

proud, haughty

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superfluo, -fluere, -fluxi

overflow; be more than enough than

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Tagus, -i, m.

The Tagus river (mod. Tajo in Spain and Portugal)

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tamen

nevertheless

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tertius, -a, -um

third

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* timeô, -êre, timuî, --- *

fear, be afraid

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tot ... quot

as many ... as

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trecentiês

three hundred times

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trîginta

thirty (indeclinable adj.)

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vêrus, -a, -um

true, real

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vêrô

in truth, in fact

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vester, vestra, vestrum

your (pl.)

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see; in passive usually “seem”

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ultimus, a, um

farthest; last

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ultrô

besides; voluntarily

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ûnus, a, um

one, only

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ungo (unguo) ungere, unxi, unctus

smear, anoint

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ûnîcus, a, um

unique

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vorax, -âcis

devouring, greedy

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urbânus, -a, -um

of the city

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ûsque (ad)

all the way (to), even (to), as far as