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Flashcards in Book 2, 788-804 Deck (57):
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adfluo

adfluere, adflux, adfluxus

to flow together

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admiror

admari, admatus

to wonder at, admire

3

adspicio

adspicere, adspexi, adspectus

to see, look at

4

bracchium

bracchii

forearm

5

collum

colli

neck

6

communis

commune

common, mutual, general

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comprehendo

comprehendere, comprehensi, comprehensus

to grasp

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conor

conari, conatus sum

to attempt, to try, to endeavor

9

consumo

consumere, consumpsi, consumptus

to consume, waste

10

Dardanis

Dardandis

Trojan woman

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demum

adv meaning at length, finally

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desero

desere, desui, desertus

to desert, forsake

13

detineo

detinere, detinui, detentus

to detain, hold back

14

effugio

effugere, effugi

to escape, flee from

15

frustra

adv meaning in vain, uselessly

16

genetrix

genetricis

mother

17

Graius, a, um

Greek

18

ibi

adv meaning there, then

19

imago

imaginis

image, likeness, phantom

20

invenio

invenire, inveni, inventus

to find, come upon

21

lacrimo

lacrimare, lacrimavi, lacrimatus

to weep, shed tears, lament

22

levis

leve

light, unsubtantial

23

numerus

numeri

number, multitude

24

nurus

nurus

daughter in law

25

par

paris

equal, like, similar

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recedo

recedere, recessi, recessus

to depart, to retire

27

reviso

revisere

to revisit, see again

28

servio

servire, servivi, servitus

to be a slave, serve

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similis

simile

similar, like

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tenuis

tenue

slight, thin, fine

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ter

thrice, three times

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valeo

valere, valui

to be strong, fare well, to be able

33

Venus

Veneris

goddess of love adn beauty

34

volucer

volucris, volucre

winged, swift

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cedo

cedere, cessi, cessus

to yield, depart

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colligo

colligere, collegi, collectus

to collect, gather

37

convenio

convenire, conveni, conventus

to come together, assemble

38

deduco

deducere, deduxi, deductus

to lead forth, launch

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exsilium

exsilii

exile, place of exile

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Ida

Idae

mountain near Troy

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iugum

iugi

yoke, mountain ridge

42

Lucifer

Luciferi

morning star, light bringer

43

miserabilis

miserabile

miserable, wretched

44

obsideo

obsidere, obsedi, obsessus

to besiege, beset

45

ops

opis

resource, power, wealth

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porta

portae

gate

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pubes

pubis

youth, young men

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quicumque

quaecumque, quodcumque

whoever, whatever

49

spes

spei

hope, expectation

50

undique

everywhere, from all sides

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vulgus

vulgi

crowd, rabble, herd

52

aspeciam aut Grais servitum matribus ibo

servitum is a what?

accusative supine, after a verb of motion, to express purpose

53

conatus. collo dare bracchia circum

conatus (sum) collo dare bracchia circum

to place my arms around her neck

54

par levibus ventis volucrique simillima somno

ventis and somno are examples of what?

dative with the adjective: adjectives of friendliness, fullness, likeness, nearness with their opposites, take the dative, as similis est homini ...he is like a man

homo amicus est mihi ...the man is friendly to me

55

collectem exsilio pubem, miserabile vulgus

exsilio is a what?

dative of purpose

56

undique convenere animis opibusque parati

convenere = ?

syncopated perfect...convenerunt

57

in quascumque velim pelago deducere terras

subjunctive in implied indirect statement