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adeô

to such a degree, even

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adhûc

hitherto

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advena, -ae, m./f.

foreigner, stranger

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aetâs, -âtis, f.

age, time of life

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agellus, î, m.

little field, plot

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anser, anseris, m.

gander

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antrum, -î, n.

cave

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appâreô, -êre, -uî, -itûrus

appear, become visible

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aprîcus, a, um

sunny

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aquila, -ae f.

eagle

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argûtus, -a, -um

chirping, shrill

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* aspiciô, aspicere, axpexî, aspectum *

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

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astrum, -î, n.

star, constellation

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Bianor, Bianoris, m. (quantiities unclear)

an unknown or fictional hero buried near Mantua; the name is Greek

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brevis, -e

short

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cacûmen, -inis, n.

peak, point, tip

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* cadô, cadere, cecidî, câsûrus *

fall

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capella, -ae, f.

a she-goat

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caper, caprî, m.

billy-goat

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carpô, -ere, -psî, -ptus

pick, pluck

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causor (1)

plead a cause, bring a legal action; plead as an excuse, object

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* cadô, cadere, cecidî, câsum *

fall

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* caedô, -ere, cecîdî, caesus *

cut down, slay, kill

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Châonius, -a, -um

Chaonian; of Dodona

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Cinna, ae, m.

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

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clîvus, -î, m.

slope, hill

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collis, -is, m.

hill

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colônus, -î, m.

settler, colonist

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columba, -ae, f.

pigeon, dove

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condô, -ere, -didî, -dîtus

found; compose, write; store up; put away, bury

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cornix, cornîcis, f.

crow

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Cremôna, ae, f.

a town of N. Italy

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cycnus (cygnus), -î, m.

swan

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Cyrnêus, a, um

of Corsica (rare)

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cytisus, i, f.

a fodder-plant; tree-medick (a kind of shrub)

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Daphnis, îdis, m.

the name of a handsome Sicilian shepherd, legendary inventor of pastoral poetry

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dêliciae, -ârum, f. pl.

delight, pleasure; darling

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dêmittô, -mittere, -mîsî, -missum

send down, drop; let fall

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Diônaeus, a, um

descendant of Dione (mother of Venus or Venus)

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distendô, distendere, distendî, distentum

stretch out; extend; cause to bulge

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equidem

indeed

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exâmen, -inis, n.

swarm

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exâminô (1)

swarm; weigh, balance; consider critically

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fâgus, -î, f.

beech-tree

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fascis, -is, m.

bundle; pl. the bundle of rods used as symbols of imperium

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feriô, -îre, --- , ---

strike; slay

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flôreô, -êre, -uî, ---

bloom, flourish

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flôs, flôris, m.

flower

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* frangô, -ere, frêgî, frâctus *

break

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frux, frûgis, f.

fruit; (pl.) grain, crops

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* fundô, -ere, fûdî, fûsus *

pour; rout (of troops)

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haedus, -î, m.

a kid, young goat

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hinc

hence, from here

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hûc

hither, to this place

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îlex, -icis, f.

holm oak, ilex

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immineô (inmineo) -êre, --- , ---

hang over, threaten

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immô (vêrô)

nay even, nay rather

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* incîdô, -ere, -cidî *

fall in (with); happen

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* incipiô, -ere, incêpî, inceptum *

begin

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inducô, -ere, -dûxî, -ductum

bring in; persuade; erase

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insero, inserere, insêvî, insitum

plant in; implant, ingraft

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instô, -âre, -stitî, -stâtûrus

press on; be close at hand

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iugum, -î, n.

yoke; (mountain) ridge

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* laedô, -ere, laesî, laesus *

strike, injure

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lentus, -a, -um

pliant; slow, lazy

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levô (1)

lighten, relieve

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lîs, lîtis, f.

quarrel; lawsuit

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lupus, -î, m.

wolf

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Lycidas, -ae, m.

Lycidas (the name of a handsome young man)

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Mantua, ae, f.

a town of Cisalpine Gaul

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Martius, a, um

of Mars

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Menalcas

a Greek man’s name

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migrô (1)

change one’s residence, move; change one’s life

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Moeris, Moeris, m.

a man’s name (Greek)

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murmur, murmuris, n.

murmur; roar, crash

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nepôs, -ôtis, m.

grandson, descendant

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nîtor, -î, nîxus or nîsus

struggle; lean on, rely on

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nûper

recently

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nympha, -ae, f.

nymph

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occurso (1)

run often or in large numbers; attack; block; meet the eyes of

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olor, olôris, m

swan

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orior, orîrî, ortus

rise, arise

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ôrtus, -ûs, m.

beginning; attempt

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pâstor, -ôris, m.

herdsman, shepherd

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pedes, -itis, m.

foot-soldier; (pl.) infantry

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Pîeris, -idis or -idos, f.

a Muse; f. pl. the nine Muses

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pirus, i, m.

pear

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pluvius, a, um

rainy

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pômum, -î, n.

fruit; fruit-tree

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pôpulus, -î, f.

the poplar

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possessor, ôris, m.

landholder

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pôtus, ûs, m.

the act of drinking; a drink

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pôtô, pôtâre, pôtâvî, pôtâtum or pôtum

to drink

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quidem

indeed, certainly, at least

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satis, n. (also adverb)

enough

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sata, ôrum, n. pl.

crops

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seges, segitis, f.

grain field; crop

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sepulcrum (sepulchrum), -î, n.

tomb

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sinô, -ere, sîvî, situs

allow, permit

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* spargô, -ere, sparsî, sparsus *

* spargô, -ere, sparsî, sparsus *

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* sternô, -ere, strâvî, strâtus *

strew; spread out, stretch out

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strâtum, î, n.

blanket; couch; pavement

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strepô, strepere, strepuî

make a noise

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* stringô, -ere, strînxî, strictus *

draw tight; graze; draw (a sword)

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subdûcô, -ducere, -duxî, -ductum

draw up from below; remove

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sublegô, -legere, -lêgî, -lectum

gather up; steal; substitute

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suspiciô, -ere, -spexî, -spectus

look up at; suspect

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tantum, tantum modo

only (so much), merely

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tantus, -a, -um

so great, so much

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taxus, -î, f.

yew, yew-tree

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têla, -ae, f.

web; the warp of a loom (i.e. the lengthwise threads); yarn beam; loom

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têlum, -î, n.

weapon, missile

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texô, -ere, -uî, -tus

weave, interlace

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Tityrus (os), i, m.

a Greek personal name, esp. for a shepherd

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vacca, -ae, f.

cow

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varius, -a, -um

varied, diversified

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vâtês, -is, m./f.

soothsayer, prophet, bard

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ûber, -eris, n.

udder; fertility

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ventôsus, a, um

windy

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vêr, vêris, n.

spring

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vîcînus, a, um

neighboring, nearby

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viridis, -e

green

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vîtis, -is, f.

vine; the vine-staff of a centurion

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umbrâculum, î, n.

bower, arbor; school; umbrella, parasol

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uva, uvae, f.

grape; a bunch of grapes

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Vârus, -î, m.

a surname in the gens Quinctilius, esp. P. Quinctilius Varus