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aestuōsus –a –um

burning hot, glowing

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amor amōris m.

love

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(h)arēna (h)arēnae f.

sand, desert, beach; (combat) arena

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aut; aut…aut

or, either…or

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bāsiātiō –onis f.

a kissing, kissification

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bāsiō bāsiāre bāsiāvī bāsiātus

to kiss

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bāsium bāsī(ī) n.

kiss

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Battus –ī m.

Battus, legendary founder of Cyrene

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Catullus –ī m.

Catullus, Roman cognomen

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cum

when; since; although

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cūriōsus –a –um

bestowing care, painstaking, careful, diligent, thoughtful, devoted, attentive

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Cȳrēnae –ārum f.

Cyrene, a town in northwest Lybia; the province of Cyrene

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egō meī mihi mē mē

I; me

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et

and

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fascinō fascināre

to enchant, bewitch, fascinate

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furtīvus –a –um

secret, furtive

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homō hominis m.

human being, man; in pl., people

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* iaceō iacēre iacuī

to lie; lie down; lie ill/in ruins/prostrate/dead; sleep; be situated

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inter

between, among; during (+ acc.)

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Iuppiter Iovis m.

Jupiter

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lāsarpīcifer –era –erum

silphium–bearing; producing silphium, used as a contraceptive

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Lesbia –ae f.

Lesbia, Roman nomen gentile

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Libyssa –ae f. adj.

of or belonging to North Africa; African

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lingua linguae f.

tongue; speech, language; dialect

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magnus –a –um

large, big; great; vast/huge; much; powerful; tall/long/broad; extensive/spacious; great (achievement); mighty; distinguished; skilled; bold/confident; proud; full/complete/utter/pure; intense; loud; at high price; notable/famous; old

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malus –a –um

bad, evil

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multus –a –um

much, many

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nec

nor; and not, not, neither, not even

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nox noctis f.

night

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numerus numerī m.

coin, money; a certain collective quantity, a body, number of persons or things

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ōrāculum –ī n.

oracle, prophecy

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pernumerō pernumerāre pernumerāvī pernumerātus

to count out, reckon up

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* possum posse potuī

to be able, can

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* quaerō quaerere quaesiī/quaesīvī quaesītus

to search for, seek, ask

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quam

than; as, how; (+ superlative) as…as possible

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–que

and; both…and

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quī quae quod

some, any; what…, which...; who, which, that

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quot

how many , as many as (undeclinable)

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sacer sacra sacrum

sacred, holy, consecrated; accursed, horrible, detestable

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satis or sat

enough, sufficiently

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sepulcrum sepulcrī n.

place of burial, tomb, grave

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sīdus sīderis n.

star, constellation

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* sum esse fuī futūrus

to be; exist; (also used to form verb perfect passive tenses) (+ nom. perfect participle)

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super

above, on top, over; upwards; moreover, in addition, besides; during (time); concerning; beyond

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* taceō tacēre tacuī tacitus

to be silent; pass over in silence; leave unmentioned, be silent about something

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tam

so

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tū tuī tibi tē tē

you

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tuus –a –um

your, yours

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vēsānus –a –um

unsound of mind, mad, insane, raging

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vetus veteris

old

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* videō vidēre vidī vīsus

to see; (passive) be seen, seem