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Flashcards in Book 2, 735-751 Deck (60):
1

amicus, a, um

friendly, kindly

2

amitto

amittere, amisi, amissus

to let go, lose

3

avius, a, um

pathless, remote

4

confundo

confundere, confudi, confusus

to confuse

5

Creusa

Creusae

wife of Aeneas, left behind at the sack of Troy

6

excedo

excedere, excessi, excessus

to depart

7

incertus, a, um

uncertain, doubtful

8

male

badly, poorly

9

nescio

nescire, nescire, nescivi

to not know, know not

10

notus, a, um

well known, familiar

11

post

afterward, after, behind

12

prius

before, sooner, formerly

13

reddo

reddere, reddidi, reditus

to return, give back, render

14

reflecto, reflectere, reflexi, reflexus

to turn back

15

regio

regionis

region, district

16

resido

residere, resedi

to sit down

17

respicio

respicere, respexi, respectus

to look back

18

sive, seu

of if, whether

19

subsisto

subsistere, substiti

to halt, stop, withstand

20

trepidus, a, um

agitated, alarmed

21

amens

amentis

mad, insane, distracted

22

Ascanius

son of Aeneas

23

Ceres

Cereris

son of Aeneas

24

cingo

cingere, cinxi, cinctus

to gird, encircle

25

colligo

colligere, collegi, collectus

to collect, gather

26

commendo

commendare, commendavi, commendatum

to entrust, commit

27

crudelis

crudele

cruel, harsh, bloody

28

curvus, a, um

curved, winding, bent

29

demum

at length, finally

30

desum

deesse, defui

to be absent, lack

31

everto

evertere, everti, eversus

to overturn, destory

32

fallo

fallere, fefelli, falsus

to deceive, baffle, elude, escape the notice of

33

fulgeo

fulgere, fulsi

to gleam, flash, glitter

34

homo

hominis

man, mortal, human

35

incuso

incusare, incusavi, incusatum

to accuse, blame, chide

36

murus

muri

city wall, rampart

37

obiecto

obiectare, obiectavi, obiectatum

to throw to, expose

38

obscurus, a, um

dark, obscure, gloomy

39

penates

penatium

household gods

40

periculum

periculi

danger, peril, risk

41

porta

portae

gate, entrance, exit, portal

42

principio (adv)

first, at first

43

quam

than, how, as

44

recondo

recondere, recondidi, reconditus

to establish; hide

45

renovo

renovare, renovavi, renovatum

to renew, revive

46

revertor

reverti, reversus sum

to return, turn back

47

rursus, a, um

again, anew, back

48

sacro

sacrare, sacravi, sacratum

to consecrate, dedicate, hallow

49

tumulus

tumuli

hill, mound

50

vallis

vallis

valley, vale, dale

51

mihi trepido

dat of seperation

52

nescio quod numen

I dont know what divinity = some divinity or another

53

avia (loca)

out of the way section

54

cursu

ablative of means

55

mihi misero

dative of seperation

56

nec amissam respexi animumve reflexi

nor did I look back for her lost as she was or cast a thought behind

57

collectis omnibus

ablative absolute

58

quem hominumque deorumque

partitive genitive

59

urbem repeto et cingo armis

example of Hysteron proteron: the reversal of the natural or logical order of ideas

60

stat (mihi sententia)

I am determined