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Flashcards in 4b. Catullus 2 and 3, English to Latin Deck (124):
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from, away from; by (agency)

ab, â, abs (+ abl.)

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sharp, keen, eager

âcer, âcris, âcre

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rest, relax, subside

acuiescô, -ere, -quiêvî

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to, toward; for; near

ad (+ acc.)

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love

amô (1)

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mind; spirit, courage

animus, -î, m.

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seek after; desire; try to reach; attack

appetô, -ere, îvî (iî), -îtus

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flame, heat; passion

ardor, ardôris, m.

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but

at (ast)

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bear off, carry away, remove

* auferô, -ferre, -abstulî, ablâtus *

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golden

aureolus, a, um

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war

bellum, -î, n.

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pretty, handsome

bellus, -a, -um

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well (adv.)

bene

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dear

cârus, -a, -um

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spring around, leap around

circumsiliô, -îre

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believe; entrust (+ dat.)

* crêdô, -ere, crêdidî, crêditus *

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desire, passion; Cupid

cupidô, -inis, f.

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care

cûra, -ae f.

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take care, see to it; cause (to be done)

cûrô (1)

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delight, pleasure; darling

dêliciae, -ârum, f. pl.

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longing, ardent desire; want, necessity; request, petition

dêsiderium, -iî, n.

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eat up, devour

dêvorô (1)

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finger

digitus, -î, m.

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long, a long time

diû

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give

* dô, dare, dedî, datus *

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pain

dolor, dolôris, m.

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mistress

domina (domna), -ae, f.

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go

* eô, îre, iî, itûrus *

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do, make

* faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus *

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a making; a pressing (of oil) (rare)

factus, -ûs, m.

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bear, endure; carry, bring

* ferô, ferre, tulî, lâtus *

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be made, be done; become, happen

* fiô, fierî, factus sum *

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weep

* fleô, -êre, flêvî, flêtus *

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pleasing; grateful

grâtus, -a, -um

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heavy; severe; serious

gravis, -e

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bosom, lap

gremium, -î, n.

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hither, to this place

hûc

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that (yonder)

ille, illa, illud

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to that place, thither

illuc

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into (+ acc.); in, on (+ abl.)

in (+ acc. or abl.)

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incite, rouse

incitô (1)

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joke

iocor (1)

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oneself, himself, herself etc. (intensive)

ipse, ipsa, ipsum

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journey, march; route, road

iter, itineris, n.

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lighten, relieve

levô (1)

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it is nice, it is pleasant (to do something)

libet (lubet), -ere, -uit (libitum est)

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tie together, bind

ligô (1)

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play; mock

* lûdô, -ere, lûsî, lûsus *

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mourn, grieve

* lûgeô, -êre, lûxî, lûctus *

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badly, cruelly

male (adv.)

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apple

mâlum, -î, n.

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bad

malus, -a, -um

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

mâlus, -î, m/f.

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mother

mâter, matris, f.

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honey-sweet

mellîtus, a, um

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my, mine

meus, -a, -um

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miserable (dim. of miser)

misellus, a, um

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only; lately, just now

modo

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manner, way; measure

modus, -î, m.

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die

* morior, morî, mortuus (moritûrus) *

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bite; jaws, fluke (of an anchor)

morsus, -ûs, m.

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a dead person

mortuus, -î, m.

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move

* moveô, -êre, môvî, môtus *

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for

nam

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say ... not, deny

negô (1)

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not know, be ignorant

nesciô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), ---

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shining, radiant

nitens, -entis, adj.

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struggle; lean on, rely on

nîtor, -î, nîxus or nîsus

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become acquainted with; (perfect) know

* nôscô, -ere, nôvî, nôtus * (perfect forms often contracted, e.g. nostis, norunt, noram, noro)

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now (at this time)

nunc

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oh!

o

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eye (diminutive of oculus); darling

ocellus, -î, m.

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eye

oculus, -î, m.

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all, every

omnis, -e

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effort; services, agency; (esp. pl.) laborer, hired rowdy

opera, -ae, f.

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work

opus, -eris, n.

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Dis, god of the underworld; the underworld

Orcus, i, m.

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“sparrow” (prob. a blue thrush)

passer, eris, m.

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through

per (+ acc.)

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nimble, brisk

pernix, pernîcis

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chirp

pîpiô (1)

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more, too much (comp. of multus)

plûs, plûris

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be able, can

* possum, posse, potuî, --- *

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first; in the first place; at first

prîmum

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first

prîmus, -a, -um

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girl

puella, -ae, f.

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as much as; (with comparatives) the more

quantum

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how great, how much, (as great) as

quantus, -a, -um

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how? by what means?

quî (interrog. adv.)

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what

quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

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which

quî, quae, quod (interrog. adj.)

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who, which, that

quî, quae, quod (relative)

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why?

quid

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who? what?

quis, quid (interrog. pron.)

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any one (at all)

quisquam, cuiusquam

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because; (as to) the fact that, that

quod

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be red, redden

rubeô, -êre, --- , ---

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himself, herself, itself, themselves (reflex.)

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

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but

sed

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as if, just as

sîcut (sîcutî)

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fold, curve; bosom; bay; tract of remote land

sinus, -ûs, m.

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consolation, comfort (dim. of sôlâcium)

sôlâciolum, -î, n.

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be wont, be accustomed

* soleô, -êre, solitus sum *

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only, alone

sôlus, a, um

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loose, loosen; set (i.e. loosen) sail; pay

solvô, -ere, solvî, solûtus

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be

* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus *

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be

* sum, esse, fuî, futûrus*

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his, her, its; their (all reflex.)

suus, -a, -um

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darkness

tenebrae, -ârum, f.

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shadowy, dark, tenebrous

tenebricôsus, a, um

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hold

teneô, -êre, tenuî, tentus

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softly

tenerê

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sad, gloomy

trîstis, -e

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you (sing./pl.)

tû; vôs

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then, at that time

tum

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swollen (dim. of turgidus)

turgidulus, a, um

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your, yours

tuus, -a, -um

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whence; from which (what) place, from where

unde

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that; as

ut, utî

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Venus; love

Venus, Veneris, f.

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charming

venustus, -a, -um

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girdle, belt

zôna, -ae, f.

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