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Flashcards in Catullus III Deck (16):
1

lugete

lugeo, lugere, luxi, luctus (2nd)

to mourn, lament, bewail, deplore
to be in mourning, wear mourning apparel

2

mellitus

mellitus, -a, -um

of honey, sweet with honey
[figuratively] honey-sweet, darling

3

norat

nosco, noscere, novi, notus (3rd)

to know, get knowledge of, understand

4

usque

usque (adverb)

all the way, right on, without interruption, continuously, even

5

pipilabat

pipilo, pipilare, pipilavit, pipilatus (1st)

to peep, chirp

6

venustiorum

venustus, -a, -um

[of appearance] charming, pleasing, winning, agreeable, beautiful

7

circumsiliens

circumsilio, circumsilire (4th)

to leap around, dance around

8

tenebricosum

tenebricosus, -a, -um

full of darkness, gloomy, utterly obscure

9

negant

nego, negare, negavi, negatus (1st)

to say no, deny, refuse
not to assent, deny
not to consent, deny, refuse

10

devoratis

devoro, devorare, devoravi, devoratus (1st)

to swallow, gulp down, devour, consume
to swallow up, ingulf, absorb
to seize greedily, swallow eagerly, devour

11

bella

bellus, -a, -um

[people] pretty, handsome, neat, pleasant, fine, agreeable
[things] choice, fine, nice, charming

12

factum

factum, -i (neuter, 2nd)

a deed, act, exploit, achievement

13

flendo

fleo, flere, flevi, fletus (2nd)

to weep, cry, shed tears, lament, wail

14

miselle

misellus, -a, -um

poor, wretched, unfortunate

15

turgiduli

turgidulus, -a, -um

puffed, swollen

16

ocelli

ocellus, -i (masculine, 2nd)

a little eye, eyelet