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Flashcards in Horace Ode 3.9 Deck (43):
1

gratus

, a, um
Adj.
Pleasing

2

Potior,

potius, adj.
More able, more powerful, preferable

3

Brachium

, brachii, n. Arm

4

Candidus

, a, um
White, radiant, bright

5

Cervix

, cervicis, f.
Neck

6

Iuvenis

, iuvenis, m. (F.) young man, young woman

7

Vigeo

, vigere, vigui
To flourish, thrive

8

Ardeo

, ardere, arsi
To be on fire, burn, be in love (+ abl.)

9

Doctus

, a, um
Learned, taught

10

Modus

, i, m.
Limit, way, rythmic pattern, pl. poetry

11

Cithara

, ae, f. Lyre

12

Morior

, mori, mortuus sum
To die

13

Parco

, parcere, peperci, parsum
To spare (+ dat.)

14

Anima

, ae, f.
Breath, life, darling

15

fatum

, i, n.
fate
Pl.
The Fates

16

Superstes

, superstitis, adj.
Standing over, surviving

17

Torreo

, torrere, torrui, tostum
To burn, parch

18

Fax

Facis, f.
Torch, marriage, death

19

Mutuus

, a, um, adj.
Mutual, reciprocal

20

Bis

Adv.
Twice

21

Patior

Pati, passus sum
To suffer, undergo, experience, endure, allow

22

Puer

, pueri, m.
Boy, non-adult male, male slave

23

Priscus

, a, um, adj.
Ancient, former

24

Redeo

, redire, redii, reditum
To go back, come back, return

25

Venus

, veneris, f. Venus
Love, charm, sexual activity, best throw at dice

26

Diduco

, diducere, diduxi, diductum
To separate, split

27

Iugum

, i, n. Yoke, bond

28

Cogo

, cogere, coegi, coactum
Drive together, force

29

Aeneus

, a, um, adj.
Of bronze

30

Flavus

, a, um
Blonde, auburn, yellow, golden

31

Excutio

, excutere, excussi, excussum
To shake out, drive out, banish

32

Reicio

, reicere, reieci, reiectum
to throw back, drive back, reject

33

Pateo

, patere, patui
To be open

34

Ianua

, ae, f.
Door

35

Quamquam

, conj.
Although

36

Sidus

, sideris, n. Star, sky (pl)

37

Levis

, e
Light, swift, gentle, fickle

38

Cortex

, corticis, m.
Bark, rind, cork

39

Improbus

, a, um
Umprincipled, unruly, relentless, shameless

40

Iracundus

, a, um
Angry, hot-tempered, prone to anger

41

Obeo

, obire, obii, obitum
Go to, meet, die

42

Libens

, libentis
Adj.
Willing

43

Donec

As long as, while
Conj.