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accendō -cendere -cendī -cēnsum

kindle, set afre; make hotter, intensify, aggravate

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adiungō -iungere -iūnxī -iūnctum

join to, connect; yoke, harness

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āles -itis m./f.

large bird, bird of prey; rooster

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appōnō -pōnere -posuī -positum

place near; appoint

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arātrum -ī n

plough

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asper -era -erum

rough, harsh; wild, uncultivated

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assiduus -a -um

continual, constant

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aurātus -a -um

golden

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Bacchus -ī m.

Bacchus

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blanditia -ae f.

flattery, endearment (often pl. with sg. meaning)

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brācchium -ī n.

the forearm (elbow to hand), arm

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Caesar -aris m.

Caesar

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callidus -a -um

clever, crafty, cunning

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capillus -ī m.

hair

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captīvus -a -um

captured, captive

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cessō -āre

cease, leave of

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clāmō -āre

shout, call

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cognātus -a -um

related by birth

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columba -ae f.

pigeon, dove

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commodum -ī n.

advantage, beneft, (pl.) assets

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concutiō -cutere -cussī -cussum

shake, strike, shatter

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contundō -tundere -tudī -tūsum

crush, bruise, break

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Cupīdō -inis m.

Cupid

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dēmō dēmere dēmpsī demptum

take away, subtract

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dētrāctō -āre

decline, refuse

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domō domāre domuī domitum

subdue, tame, conquer

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ēn

lo! behold!

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ferox -ōcis

fierce, savage, ferocious

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fervidus -a -um

intensely hot, blazing

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frēnum -ī n

bridle, reins

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Gangētide

of the Ganges, Indian

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gemma -ae f.

jewel, gem

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haereō haerēre haesī haesitum

stick, adhere

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iactō -āre

throw, cast

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inermis -e

unarmed, defenseless

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invītus -a -um

unwilling

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hurrah! oh!

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lassus -a -um

tired, weary

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lectus -ī m.

couch, bed

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luctor -ārī

wrestle, struggle, strive

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lupātum -ī n.

jagged bit (for horses)

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magnificus -a -um

grand, splendid, magnifcent

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māternus -a -um

maternal

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myrtus -ī m./f.

myrtle

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nectō nectere nexī nexum

tie, bind, connect, weave

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obsum -esse -fuī

be in the way, hinder, be against

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Olympus -ī m.

Olympus

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pallium -ī n.

coverlet, mantle

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peragō -agere -ēgī -āctum

pass through; chase; complete

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pinna -ae f.

feather, wing

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plaudō plaudere plausī plausum

clap, applaud (for) (+ dat.)

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plūs plūris

more

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pompa -ae f.

procession, parade

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possideō -sidēre -sēdī -sessum

have in one's control, possess, hold

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praetereō -īre -iī -itum

go by, pass by

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prendō -ere prendī prēnsum

lay hold of, grasp, snatch

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prōtegō -tegere -texī -tectum

cover, conceal; protect

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retorqueō -torquēre -torsī -tortum

twist back, bend back

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rosa -ae f.

rose

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rota -ae f.

wheel

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sagitta -ae f.

arrow

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servitium -i n.

slavery, servitude

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strātum -ī n.

bedding, coverlet; (often in pl.) bed

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summus -a -um

highest, uppermost; final

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tenuis -e

slender, thin

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tigris tigris m.

tiger

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triumphō -āre

to triumph, have a triumph

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triumphus -ī m.

triumph, triumphal procession

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urgeō urgēre ursī

press, drive on; urge, insist

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ūrō ūrere ussī ustum

burn

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vapor -ōris m.

vapor, steam; heat

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variō -āre

vary, diversify; adorn with various colors

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venia -ae f.

favor, indulgence; pardon, forgiveness

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verber -eris n.

whip; a beating or blow with a whip

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versō -āre

turn, spin; turn back and forth, twist; torment

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vītricus -ī m.

stepfather

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kindle, set afre; make hotter, intensify, aggravate

accendō -cendere -cendī -cēnsum

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join to, connect; yoke, harness

adiungō -iungere -iūnxī -iūnctum

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large bird, bird of prey; rooster

āles -itis m./f.

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place near; appoint

appōnō -pōnere -posuī -positum

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plough

arātrum -ī n

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rough, harsh; wild, uncultivated

asper -era -erum

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continual, constant

assiduus -a -um

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golden

aurātus -a -um

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Bacchus

Bacchus -ī m.

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flattery, endearment (often pl. with sg. meaning)

blanditia -ae f.

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the forearm (elbow to hand), arm

brācchium -ī n.

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Caesar

Caesar -aris m.

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clever, crafty, cunning

callidus -a -um

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hair

capillus -ī m.

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captured, captive

captīvus -a -um

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cease, leave of

cessō -āre

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shout, call

clāmō -āre

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related by birth

cognātus -a -um

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pigeon, dove

columba -ae f.

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advantage, beneft, (pl.) assets

commodum -ī n.

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shake, strike, shatter

concutiō -cutere -cussī -cussum

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crush, bruise, break

contundō -tundere -tudī -tūsum

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Cupid

Cupīdō -inis m.

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take away, subtract

dēmō dēmere dēmpsī demptum

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decline, refuse

dētrāctō -āre

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subdue, tame, conquer

domō domāre domuī domitum

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lo! behold!

ēn

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fierce, savage, ferocious

ferox -ōcis

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intensely hot, blazing

fervidus -a -um

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bridle, reins

frēnum -ī n

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of the Ganges, Indian

Gangētide

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jewel, gem

gemma -ae f.

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stick, adhere

haereō haerēre haesī haesitum

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throw, cast

iactō -āre

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unarmed, defenseless

inermis -e

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unwilling

invītus -a -um

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hurrah! oh!

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tired, weary

lassus -a -um

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couch, bed

lectus -ī m.

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wrestle, struggle, strive

luctor -ārī

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jagged bit (for horses)

lupātum -ī n.

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grand, splendid, magnifcent

magnificus -a -um

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maternal

māternus -a -um

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myrtle

myrtus -ī m./f.

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tie, bind, connect, weave

nectō nectere nexī nexum

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be in the way, hinder, be against

obsum -esse -fuī

123

Olympus

Olympus -ī m.

124

coverlet, mantle

pallium -ī n.

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pass through; chase; complete

peragō -agere -ēgī -āctum

126

feather, wing

pinna -ae f.

127

clap, applaud (for) (+ dat.)

plaudō plaudere plausī plausum

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more

plūs plūris

129

procession, parade

pompa -ae f.

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have in one's control, possess, hold

possideō -sidēre -sēdī -sessum

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go by, pass by

praetereō -īre -iī -itum

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lay hold of, grasp, snatch

prendō -ere prendī prēnsum

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cover, conceal; protect

prōtegō -tegere -texī -tectum

134

twist back, bend back

retorqueō -torquēre -torsī -tortum

135

rose

rosa -ae f.

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wheel

rota -ae f.

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arrow

sagitta -ae f.

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slavery, servitude

servitium -i n.

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bedding, coverlet; (often in pl.) bed

strātum -ī n.

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highest, uppermost; final

summus -a -um

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slender, thin

tenuis -e

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tiger

tigris tigris m.

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to triumph, have a triumph

triumphō -āre

144

triumph, triumphal procession

triumphus -ī m.

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press, drive on; urge, insist

urgeō urgēre ursī

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burn

ūrō ūrere ussī ustum

147

vapor, steam; heat

vapor -ōris m.

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vary, diversify; adorn with various colors

variō -āre

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favor, indulgence; pardon, forgiveness

venia -ae f.

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whip; a beating or blow with a whip

verber -eris n.

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turn, spin; turn back and forth, twist; torment

versō -āre

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stepfather

vītricus -ī m.