Catulus 64.50-70 Flashcards Preview

Latin 25 (2016) > Catulus 64.50-70 > Flashcards

Flashcards in Catulus 64.50-70 Deck (72):
1

alga –ae f.

seaweed

2

adlūdō –ere –lūsī –lūsus

to speak playfully; sport, mock, jest

3

amictus –ūs m.

a veiling or draping of the person; an upper garment, covering; cloak, mantle, veil (> amicio)

4

(h)arēna (h)arēnae f.

sand, desert, beach; (combat) arena

5

Ariadna –ae f.

Ariadne, daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë, half–sister of the Minotaur

6

bacchor bacchārī bacchātus

to revel

7

cēdō cēdere cessī cessum

to go, move; yield; withdraw

8

celer celeris celere

swift

9

cernō cernere crēvī certus

to sift, separate, distinguish, discern, resolve, determine; see; examine; decide

10

classis classis f.

class/division of Romans; grade (pupils); levy/draft; fleet/navy; group/band

11

contegō –ere –tēxī –tēctus

to cover

12

cor cordis n.

heart; mind/soul/spirit; intellect/judgment; sweetheart; souls/persons (pl.)

13

cūrō cūrāre cūrāvī cūrātus

to arrange/see/attend to; take care of; provide for; worry/care about; heal/cure; undertake; procure; regard w/anxiety/interest; take trouble/interest; desire

14

dēlābor –lāpsus sum

to glide, slip, or fall down; descend; fall in with or upon

15

dēserō dēserere dēseruī dēsertus

to leave/depart/quit/desert; forsake/abandon/give up; withdraw support, let down; cease to be concerned with; fail/fall short; (passive w/abl.) be without/deprived

16

Dīa –ae f.

an Aegean island, usu. identified with Naxos

17

effigiēs –ēī f.

something molded or fashioned; a figure, likeness, or image (> effingo)

18

ēheu

alas! oh no!

19

exciō –īre –cīvī or ciī –ītus and excieō –itus

to rouse up or forth; call forth, assemble; arouse, excite, agitate; stir, shake

20

fallax –ācis

deceitful, treacherous, false

21

figūra figūrae f.

form, shape

22

flāvus –a –um

golden, yellow

23

fluctuō fluctuāre fluctuāvī fluctuātus

to wave, fluctuate; (fig.), toss; rage, boil (> fluctus)

24

fluctus fluctūs m.

wave; disorder; flood, flow, tide, billow, surge; turbulence, commotion

25

fluentisonus –a –um

resounding with the noise of the sea

26

fluitō fluitāre fluitāvī fluitātus

to float (> fluo)

27

furor furōris m.

madness, rage, fury, frenzy; passionate love

28

hērōs –ōis m.

a demigod; a hero; an illustrious man, champion, hero

29

immemor –oris

unmindful, forgetful

30

indicō indicāre indicāvī indicātus

to point out, show, indicate, expose, betray, reveal; inform against, accuse

31

indomitus –a –um

untamed, ungovernable, wild

32

irritus –a –um

invalid, void

33

lactēns –entis

milky

34

linquō linquere līquī

to leave, relinquish

35

maestus –a –um

sad, sorrowful; depressing

36

Mīnōis –idis f.

a female descendant of Minos

37

mīrus –a –um

wonderful, strange, remarkable, amazing, surprising, extraordinary

38

mitra –ae f.

headband; turban, cap

39

namque

for in fact

40

necdum

nor yet; and not yet

41

nūdō nūdāre nūdāvī nūdātus

to bare, uncover, strip

42

ocellus ocellī m.

little eye; eyelet; darling

43

papilla –ae f.

nipple, breast

44

passim

here and there, indiscriminately

45

pellō pellere pepulī pulsus

to push, drive (off)

46

pendeō pendēre pependī

to hang, hang down

47

perditus –a –um

ruined, desperate, depraved

48

prīscus –a –um

ancient, antique

49

procella –ae f.

a gale, storm, squall, tempest

50

procul

away; at distance, far off

51

prōmissum –ī n.

a promise; a thing promised; prize

52

prōspectō prōspectāre prōspectāvī prōspectātus

to look forth; look forth upon; gaze at; behold, look for, await (> prospicio)

53

prōspiciō prōspicere prōspexī prōspectum

to forsee

54

rēmus rēmī m.

oar

55

retineō retinēre retinuī retentus

to hold back, restrain; uphold; delay; hold fast; retain, preserve

56

sāl salis m.

salt, wit

57

saxeus –a –um

rocky, stony (> saxum)

58

somnus somnī m.

sleep

59

strophium –iī n.

a twisted band supporting a woman's breast

60

subtīlis –e

fine–textured, delicate

61

teres –etis

rubbed or rounded off smooth; tapering; polished; well twisted, strong (> tero)

62

Thēseus –ī m.

Theseus

63

tueor tuērī tūtus sum

to see, look at; protect, watch; uphold

64

vadum –ī n.

a ford; a shallow, shoal; sand–bank; shallow water; bottom, depth; water, tide, stream; water of the sea; wave, sea

65

variō variāre variāvī variātus

to vary, diversify; adorn with various colors

66

ventōsus –a –um

windy, stormy; fleeting, unreal, inflated, windy, noisy; empty, vain boasting; fleet as the wind (> ventus)

67

vertex verticis m.

whirlpool, eddy

68

vestis vestis f.

garment, clothing, blanket; clothes; robe

69

vicis vicis f.

change, interchange, alternation, succession, vicissitude

70

vinciō vincīre vīnxī vīnctum

to bind, tie up

71

vīsō vīsere vīsī vīsus

to visit, go to see; look at

72

utpote

namely (reinforcing an explanation)