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Flashcards in Aeneid Book VI Deck (107):
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aestuo, aestuare, aestuavi, aestuatus

boil, seethe, surge

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amictus, amictūs m.

wrap, cloak, mantle

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caenum, caeni n.

mud, mire, dirt, filth

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canities, canitiei f.

grayness, gray hair

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contus conti m.

pole, pike

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crudus, cruda, crudum

raw, fresh, bloody

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cumba, cumbae f.

skiff, boat, bark

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diverbero, diverberare, diverberavi, diverberatus

strike asunder, beat, cleave

9

doctus, docta, doctum

learned, wise, skilled

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eructo, eructare, eructavi, eructatus

vomit, belch (forth)

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ferrugineus, ferruginea, ferrugineum

rusty, dusky

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incultus, inculta, incultum

unkempt, shaggy

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portitor, portitoris m.

ferryman

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subigo, subigere, subegi, subactus

force, push

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subvecto, subvectare, subvectavi, subvectatus

bear, convey, transport

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turbidus, turbida, turbidum

wild, turbid, thick

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viridis, viride

green, fresh, vigorous

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volito, volitare, volitavi, volitatus

fly, speed, flit, flutter

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vorago, voraginis f.

whirlpool, whirling water

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apricus, aprica, apricum

sunny, sun-loving

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concursus, concursūs m.

gathering, concourse

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defungor, defungi, defunctus

finish, perform (abl.)

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lividus, livida, lividum

blue, dark, livid

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genero, generare, generavi, generatus

generate, beget, bear

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increpo, increpare, increpui, increpitus

reprove, chide

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istinc

from where you are

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laetor, laetari, laetatus

rejoice, exult, delight

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perago, peragere, peregi, peractus

complete, do

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adorior, adiri, adortus

attempt, attack

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alveus, alvei m.

boat; hollow, trough

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castus, casta, castum

pure, holy, chaste

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deturbo, deturbare, deturbavi, deturbatus

drive off, dislodge

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domina, dominae f.

mistress, queen

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Erebus, Erebi m.

Hades (god of) the lower world

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forus, fori m.

gangway, deck

36

ianitor, ianitoris

doorkeeper, porter

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latro, latrare, latravi, latratum

bark, howl, bay

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laxo, laxare, laxavi, laxatus

loose(n), clear, open, free

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patruus, patruui m.

paternal uncle

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ramus, rami m.

branch, limb, bough

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venerabilis, venerabile

venerable, awful

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virga, virgae f.

branch, shoot, twig

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glaucus, glauca, glaucum

gray, green, gleaming

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guttur, gutturis n.

throat, gullet

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informis, informe

shapeless, hideous

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inremeabilis, inremeabile

from which there is no return , irretraceable

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latratus, latratūs m.

bark(ing), howl(ing)

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limus, limi m.

slime, mud, mire

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medico, medicare, medicavi, medicatus

druge, medicate

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offa, offae f.

morsel, cake

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rimosus, rimosa, rimosum

full of cracks, leaky

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soporo, soporare, soporavi, soporatus

make drowsy, drug

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sutilis, sutile

sewed, with seams

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ulva, ulvae f.

sedge, marsh grass

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vagitus, vagitūs m.

crying, wailing

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callis, callis m.

path, track

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celo, celare, celavi, celatus

conceal, hide, cover

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myrteus, myrtea, myrteum

of myrtle, myrtle, a tree sacred to the dead and to Venus, goddess of love

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nubilum, nubili n.

cloud, cloudiness

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peredo, peredere, peredi, peresus

consume, eat (up)

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tabes, tabis f.

wasting, pining

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extrema, extremorum n.

end, death, funeral

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invitus, invita, invitum

unwilling, reluctant

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lenio, lenire, lenivi, lenitus

soften, soothe, calm

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queo, quire, quivi, quitus

be able, can

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sentus, senta, sentum

rough, thorny

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torvus, torva, torvum

fierce, grim, lowering

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tueor, tueri, tuitus (tutus)

look (at), watch

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caducus, caduca, caducum

fallen, falling, destined to fall, doomed

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frequens, frequentis

crowded, thronging

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frequento, frequentare, frequentavi, frequentatus

crowd, throng, frequent

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pallens, pallentis

pale, pallid, wan

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pristinus, pristina, pristinum

ancient, former

74

semel

one (for all)

75

umbrifer, umbrifera, imbriferum

shady

76

usque

continuously, ever, still

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clades, cladis f.

slaughter, destruction

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cunctor, cunctari, cunctatus

delay, tarry, wait

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debello, debellare, debellavi, debellatus

war down, crush

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describo, describere, descripsi, descriptus

mark out, map

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excudo, excudere, excudi, excusus

hammer out, fashion

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marmor, marmoris n.

marble

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meatus, meatūs m.

course, path, motion

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radius, radii m.

rod, spoke, compass

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instar (n. indecl.)

likeness, weight, dignity

86

opimus, opima, opimum

rich, splendid, sumptuous

87

parum

slightly, too little, not

88

alumnus, alumni m.

nursling, (foster) child

89

impune

unpunished, with impunity

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Mavors, Mavortis m.

Mars, god of war

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obvius, obvia, obvium

before, meeting (dat.)

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propago, propaginis f.

offshoot, offspring, race

93

tumulus, tumuli m.

mound, tomb

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armus, armi m.

shoulder, flank, side

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clcar, calcaris n.

spur, goad, prick

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exim, exin(de)

thence, next, thereupon

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flos, floris m.

flower, blossom, bloom

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fodio, fodere, fodi, fossus

dig, pierce, spur

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fungor, fungi, functus

perform, fulfil (abl.)

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cadens, cadentis

shining, white, gleaming

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corneus, cornea, corneum

of horn, horny

102

eburnus, eburna, eburnum

(of) ivory

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elephantus, elephanti m.

elephant, ivory

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insomnium insomnii n.

dream, vision

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manes, manium m.

(souls of) the dead, Hades

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nitens, nitentis

gleaming, bright, shining

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rectus, recta, rectum

right, straight, direct