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Flashcards in Aeneid Book 1 lines 561 - 578 Deck (52):
1

adeō

adv: to such an extent, so much

2

auxilium

-ī, n: aid, help, assistance

3

vester, -tra, -trum

adj: your(s) (plural of tuus)

4

vultus

-ūs, m: face, countenance

5

iuvō

-āre, iuvī, iutus - to help, please

6

utinam

adv: Oh that...; Would that...

7

nescio

-īre, -īvī, -itus - to not know, be ignorant

8

certus, -a, -um

sure, fixed, reliable, certain

9

Aeneadae

-ārum, m: descendants or followers of Aeneas (always pl)

10

tūtus, a, um

protected, safe, secure

11

averto

-ere, -tī, -rsus: to turn away, avert

12

Trōs

Trōis (gen), m: Trojan

13

breviter

adv from brevis: shortly, briefly, concisely

14

statuō

-ere, -uī, -ūtus: set (up), to found

15

cogo

-ere, coegī, coactus: to bring together, force, compel

16

sīve, seu

whether, or, either if, or if; used for options in conditionals

17

cor

gen cordis, n: heart, spirit, feelings

18

Sāturnius, a, um

(born) of Saturn

19

custōs

custōdis, m: guard(ian), keeper

20

pariter

adv: equally, side by side

21

dēmitto

-ere, misi, missus: to send down, let down, drop, lower, derive

22

opto

-āre: to choose, desire, hope (for)

23

dūrus, a, um

hard, harsh, strong, stern

24

ops

opis, f: help, resources, power, wealth

25

gesto

-āre: to bear, wear, carry

26

Notus

-ī, m: (south) wind

27

incendium

-ī, n: a fire, conflagration

28

lūstro

-āre: to purify, survey, traverse

29

iungo

-ere, iūnxī, iūnctus: to join, unite

30

Hesperia

-ae, f: Hesperia, Italy (literally, the western place)

31

lātē

adv: widely, far and wide

32

extrēmus, a, um

adj: extreme, farthest, last

33

metus

-ūs, m: fear, anxiety, dread

34

Eryx

Erycis, m: Eryx, a mountain in western Sicily named after a son of Venus who settled there

35

mōlior

-īrī, -īvī, -ītus: to undertake (strive to) accomplish, do

36

equidem

adv: indeed, truly, surely

37

novitās

novitātis, f: newness, novelty

38

ēicio

-ere, eieci, eictus: to cast out, eject

39

obtundo

-ere, -tudī, -tūsu: to blunt, weaken, exhaust, make dull

40

dīmitto

-ere, misi, missus: to send out, scatter, dismiss

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Poenus, a, um

Phoenician, Carthaginian

42

consīdo

-ere, sēdī, -sessus: to sit down, settle

43

profor

-ārī, -ātus: to speak out, say

44

compello

-ere, pulī, -pulsus: to drive, compel, force

45

discrīmen

-inis, n: crisis, danger

46

sēclūdo

-ere, -sī, -sus: to shut off, seclude, part

47

sōl

sōlis, m: sun, day, Sol: the sun-god

48

solvo

-ere, -ī, solūtus: to loosen, release, break down, free, pay

49

tueor

-ērī, (tūtus) - to watch, look at, protect

50

tam

adv: so

51

virtūs

virtūtis, f: manliness, excellence, valor

52

īdem, eadem, idem

adj: (the) same; is, ea, id + dem