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* audiô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), -îtus *

hear

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* dîligô, -ere, -lêxî, lêctus *

love, esteem

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* fateor, -êrî, fassus *

admit, confess

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* fiô, fierî, factus sum *

be made, be done; become, happen

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* iaceô, -êre, iacuî, --- *

lie (prostrate)

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* iaciô, -ere, iêcî, iactus *

throw

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* pandô, -ere, -î, passus *

spread out, unfold

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* possum, posse, potuî, --- *

be able; can

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* veniô, -îre, vênî, ventum *

come

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* videô, -êre, vîdî, vîsus *

see; in passive usually “seem”

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* volô, velle, voluî, --- *

be willing, will, wish

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ad (+ acc.)

to, toward; for; near

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amîcus, -î, m.

friend

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amor, -oris, m

love

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antistô, -stâre, -stetî (+ dat.)

surpass (+ dat.)

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anus, -ûs, f. / ânus, -î, m.

old woman / ring, circle

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applico (1)

connect with; bring (a ship) to land

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argûtâtiō, ônis, f.

a creaking, squeaking, chattering noise

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atque, ac

and

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attrîtus, a, um

worn away

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beâtus, -a, -um

happy, prosperous (ML blessed)

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caelum, -î, n.

sky, heavens

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clâmô (1)

shout

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collum, -î, n.

neck

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cubîle, -is, n.

bed, couch

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cûr

why

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dêliciae, -ârum, f. pl.

delight, pleasure; darling

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domus, -ûs, f.

house, home

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ecfutuô, ecfutuere, ecfutuî, ecfutûtum

wear out with sex

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ego; nôs

I; we

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ex, ê (+ abl.)

out of

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faciô, -ere, fêcî, factus

do, make

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febrîculôsus, a, um

feverish, fever-ridden

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Flâvius, î, m.

a Roman gentile name

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frâgrans, antis

fragrant

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frâter, -tris, m.

brother

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habeô, -êre, -uî, -itus

have

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Hibêrus, a, um

Spanish

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hîc

here, in this place; now, under the circumstances

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homô, -inis, m.

man, human being

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illepidus, a, um

unbecoming, awkward

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inambulâtiô, ônis, f.

a walking

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incolumis, -e

safe, unharmed

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inêlegans, antis

clumsy, infelicitous

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ineptiae, ârum, f. pl.

follies; frivolities

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iûcundus, -a, -um

pleasing, delightful

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laetus, -a, -um

joyful, glad

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lâtus, -a, -um

wide, broad

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lectus, -î or -ûs, m.

bed

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lectus, a ,um

chosen, picked

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legô, -ere, lêgî, lêctus

read; (originally and in compounds) gather, choose

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lepidus, a, um

agreeable, charming

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locus, -î, m. (plural: loca, n.)

place

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malus, -a, -um

bad

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mâter, matris, f.

mother

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mîlle passûs (pl. mîlia passuum)

mille

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môs, môris, m.

habit, custom

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nam

for

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narrô (1)

tell, relate

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nâtiô, -ônis, f.

tribe, race, nation

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nêquîquam

in vain

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nesciô, -îre, -îvî (-iî), ---

not know, be ignorant

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unless

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nihil (nil), n.

nothing

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nox, noctis, f.

night

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nûntius, a. um

bringing news; m. messenger, news; n. pl message, news

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o

oh!

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oculus, -î, m.

eye

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ôs, ôris, n.

mouth; face

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os, ossis, n.

bone

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Penâtês, -ium, m.pl.

Penates, household gods

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peraequê

uniformly, evenly

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pudet, -êre, puduit, ---

shame, be ashamed

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pulvînus, î, m.

cushion, pillow

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quantum

as much as; (with comparatives) the more

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quantus, -a, -um

how great, how much, (as great) as

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quârê

on account of which thing; wherefore, therefore

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quatiô, -ere, --- , quassus

shake, shatter

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quid

why?

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quis, quid (interrog. pron.)

who? what?

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quisquis, quicquid

whoever, whatever

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scortum, ī, n.

skin, hide; prostitute, courtesan

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serta, sertôrum n. pl.

chains of flowers

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stuprum, -î, n.

defilement, debauchery

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suâvior (1)

kiss

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Syrius, a, um

Syrian

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taceô, -êre, -uî, -itum

be silent

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tacitus, a, um

silent

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tam

so (to such a degree)

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tremulus, a, um

shaky, trembling

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tû; vôs

you (sing./pl.)

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tuus, -a, -um

your, yours

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ûnanimus, a, um

sharing a single attitude, like-minded

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Verânius, i, m.

a friend of Catullus

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versus, -ûs, m.

(turning); verse, line

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vêrum

but

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vêrus, -a, -um

true, real

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viduus, a, um

deprived of husband or wife, bereft, celibate; (of vines) unsupported by a tree

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vocô (1)

call

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volô, âre, -âvî, -âtûrus

fly

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