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Flashcards in Book 2, 768-788 Deck (52):
1

adfor

adfari, adfatus sum

to address, accost

2

audeo

audere, ausus sum

to dare, venture

3

coma

comae

hair, locks, tresses

4

Creusa

Creusae

wife of Aeneas, left behind during the sack of Troy

5

demo

demere, dempsi, demptus

to remove, take away

6

dolor

doloris

pain, grief, anger, passion

7

etiam

even, also, besides, yet, still

8

fauces

faucium

jaws, throat; pass, entrance

9

haereo

haerere, haesi, haesus

to stick, cling to

10

iacto

iactare, iactavi, iactatum

to hurl, toss, fling

11

imago

imaginis

image, phantom, likeness

12

impleo

implere, implevi, impletus

to fill, satisfy

13

indulgeo

indulgere, indulsi, indultus

to indulge in, yield to

14

ingemino

ingeminare, ingeminavi, ingeminatum

to redouble, repeat, increase

15

insanus, a, um

mad, frantic, insane

16

iterum

again, anew, a second time

17

iuvo

iuvare, iuvi, iutus

to help, please

18

maestus, a, um

sad, mournful, gloomy

19

nequiquam

in vain, uselessly

20

notus, a, um

well known, familiar

21

obstipesco

obstipescere, obstipui

to be dazed, stand agape

22

quin

in fact

23

simulacrum

simulacri

image, phantom, likeness

24

sine

without (+abl)

25

Ausus quin etiam voces iactare per umbram

Infact, I even dared to throw something through the shadows

26

quaerenti et tectis urbis sine fine ruenti

what needs to be supplied?

(in) tectis

27

mihi quaerenti et ruenti simulacrum et umbra Creusae visa (est). infelix:

is an exapmle of what?

in one sense, a transferred epithet, since the appearance of Creusa's shade makes Aeneas unhappy

28

quid tantum insano iuvat indulgere dolori,...

quid = ?
dolori is a what?

cur, or why?

dolori is a dative witha compound verb

29

aro

arare, aravi, aratum

to plow, furrow, till

30

diligo

diligere, dilexi, dilectus

to love, cherish

31

Dolopes, um

Greek of Thessaly

32

dulcis

dulce

sweet, dear, fond

33

evenio

evenire, eveni, eventus

to come out, to happen

34

exsilium

exsilii

exile, place of exile

35

fas

right, justice, divine will (indeclinable noun)

36

fluo

fluere, fluxu, fluxus

to flow, ebb, stream

37

Hesperius, a, um

Hesperian, western, Italian

38

illic

adv meaning there, at that place

39

lenis

lene

gentle, soft, mild

40

Lydius, a, um

Lydian of Lydia, a country of Asia Minor

41

Myrmidones, um

Greek of Thessaly

42

Olympus

Olympi

a greek mountain, home of the gods

43

opimus, a, um

rich, fertile, sumptuous

44

pario

parere, peperi, partus

to acquire, win, produce

45

pello,

pellere, pepuli, pulsus

to drive away, dismiss

46

porto

portare, portavi, portatum

to carry

47

regius, a, um

royal, regal, kingly

48

regnator

regnatoris

ruler, sovereign, lord

49

sine

without

50

sino

sinere, sivi, situs

to permit, allow

51

superbus, a, um

proud, haughty

52

Thybris

Tiber, a river of Italy