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Catullus 51

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adversus (or adversum)

turned toward, facing, opposite (adverb or prep. + acc.)

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adversus, -a, -um

turned toward, facing, opposite

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artus, -a, -um

close, narrow, confined, short, brief

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artus, -ûs, m.

joint, limb

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* aspiciô, aspicere, aspexî, aspectum *

behold, see; look towards, lie toward; examine, ponder

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* audiô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), -îtus *

hear

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auris, -is, f.

ear

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beâtus, -a, -um

happy, prosperous (ML blessed)

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dêmâno (1)

flow down, descend

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deus, -î, m. (nom. pl. dî and deî)

god

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dîvus, -a, -um

divine; (subst.) god, goddess

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dulcis, -e

sweet, pleasant

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* edô, -ere (or esse), êdî, êsus *

eat

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ego; nôs

I; we

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êripiô, -ere, -ripuî, -reptum

snatch away, pull out

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exsultô (exultô) (1)

leap up, dance; exult

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fâs, n. (indecl.)

divine right

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flamma, -ae, f.

flame

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geminus, -î, m.

twin

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* gerô, -ere, gessî, gestus *

carry; carry on, wage

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gestiô, gestîre, gestîvî (-iî), -itum

use passionate gestures; digress; desire eagerly

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gestus, -ûs, m.

posture, gesture

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ille, illa, illud

that (yonder)

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Lesbium, -i, n.

wine from Lesbos

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Lesbius, -a, -um

of the island of Lesbos

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lingua, -ae, f.

tongue, language

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lûmen, -inis, n.

light

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meus, -a, -um

my, mine

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miser, -a, -um

wretched

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* mittô, -ere mîsî, missus *

send

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molestus, -a, -um

troublesome, annoying

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nam

for

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nihil (nil), n.

nothing

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nimîum

too, too much; very, very much

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nimius, -a, -um

too great, too much

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nox, noctis, f.

night

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omnis, -e

all, every

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ôs, ôris, n.

mouth; face

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ôtium, -tî, n.

leisure, ease, peace; domestic tranquillity

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ôtium, -tî, n.

leasure, ease, peace

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pâr, paris

equal

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* perdô, -ere, -didî, -ditus *

destroy, lose

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prior, -ius

former

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quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

which

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quî, quae, quod (relative)

who, which, that

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quod

because; (as to) the fact that, that

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regô, -ere, rêxî, rêctus

direct, rule

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rêx, rêgis, m.

king

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* rîdeô, -êre, rîsî, rîsus *

laugh, smile

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sedeô, -êre, sêdî, sessûrus

sit

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sensus, -ûs, m.

sensation; any of the senses; consciousness

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* sentiô, -îre, sênsî, sênsus *

feel, perceive; think

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if

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sonitus, -ûs, m.

sound, noise

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spectô (1)

look at, behold

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sub (+ acc. or abl.)

under

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* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

be

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super (adv. and prep. + acc.)

above; (+ abl.) about

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superô (1)

overcome, conquer; surpass

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suus, -a, -um

his, her, its; their (all reflex.); strengthened by -pte

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* tegô, -ere, têxî, têctus *

cover; protect

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tenuis, -e

slender, slight, thin

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tintinno (tintino)

jingle, tingle

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torpeô, -êre

be stiff, numb, inactive; be stupid, be astonished; be dull

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tû; vôs

you (sing./pl.)

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urbs, urbis, f.

city

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see (in passive can = seem)

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vôx, vôcis, f.

voice; word

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