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Flashcards in Book 4, 314-330 Deck (39):
1

adeo

adire, adii, aditus

to approach

2

adhuc

to this point, till now

3

an

whether, or

4

desero

deserere, deserui, desertus

to desert, forsake

5

destruo

destruere, destruxi, destructus

to destory

6

dulcis

dulce

sweet, dear, pleasant

7

exstinguo, exstingere, exstinginxi, exstinginctus

to extinguish, blot out

8

exuo

exuere, exui, exutus

to bare, doff, discard

9

frater

fratris

brother

10

Gaetulus, a, um

of the Gaetuli, an African tribe

11

hospes

hospitis

stranger, guest, host

12

Iarbas,

Iarbae

African prince, one of Dido's suitors

13

infensus, a, um

hostile, bitter

14

iste, ista, istud

that (of yours)

15

Libycus, a, um

of Libya, a country of North Africa

16

misereor

misereri, miseritus

to pity, commiserate

17

moribundus, a, um

dying, about to die

18

moror

morari, moratus sum

to delay, tarry, hinder

19

Nomas

Nomadis

tribe of North Africa

20

odi

odisse

to hate, detest

21

oro

orare, oravi, oratum

to pray for, entreat, beseech

22

prex, precis

prayer, entreaty

23

prior

prius

soon, former, first, prior

24

propter

on account of, near

25

pudor

pudoris

shame, modesty

26

Pygmalion

Pygmalionis

brother of Dido

27

quoniam

since, because

28

resto

restare, restiti

to remain, be left

29

tyrannus

tyranni

ruler, chieftain

30

aula

aulae

hall, palace, court

31

desero

deserere, deserui, desertus

to desert, forsake

32

equidem

indeed, truly, surely

33

ludo

ludere, lusi, lusus

to play, sport, mock

34

omnino

altogether, completely, utterly

35

parvulus, a, um

tiny, very small, little

36

saltem

at least, at any rate

37

suboles

subolis

offspring, progeny, child

38

suscipio

suscipere, suscepi, susceptus

to take up, beget, bear

39

tamen

however, nevertheless