Lines 422-445 Virgil Set Text Flashcards Preview

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Flashcards in Lines 422-445 Virgil Set Text Deck (70):
1

Calido...sanguine

With warm blood

2

Ense recluso

With the sword having been revealed

3

Ibat in Euryalum

He was going to attack Euryalus

4

Vero exterritus

Indeed terrified

5

Amens

Out of his mind

6

Conclamat

Cried out

7

Nec se celare tenebris...potuit

He was neither able to hide himself in the darkness

8

Amplius aut tantum...perferre dolorem

Nor to endure so great a pain further

9

Adsum qui feci

I am present who did it

10

In me convertite ferrum

Train your weapons onto me

11

Rutuli

Rutulians

12

Mea fraus omnis

All the responsibility/deception is mine

13

Iste

That person [Euryalus]

14

Nec ausus

Neither dared

15

Nec potuit

Nor could have done

16

Nihil

Anything [in the circumstances - double negative]

17

Testor

I call to witness

18

Conscia sidera

And the witnessing stars

19

Dilexit

He loved

20

Tantum

Merely

21

Nimium

Too much

22

Infelicem...amicum

His unfortunate friend

23

Talia dicta dabat

He was giving such words

24

Ensis adactus

The sword having been driven home

25

Transadigit

Pierced through

26

Costas

His ribs

27

Viribus

With full force

28

Rumpit

Broke through

29

Candida pectora

His gleaming white chest

30

Volvitur Euryalus leto

Euryalus rolled in death
NB: rolled used to describe the Sulmo's death in line 412

31

Cruor

The blood

32

Pulchrosque per artus it

Went over his beautiful limbs

33

Cervix conlapsa

And the neck having collapsed

34

Recumbit

Sank back (onto)

35

In(que) umeros

Onto his shoulders

36

Veluti

Just like

37

Purpureus...cum flos

When a radiant flower

38

Succisus

Having been cut

39

Aratro

By a plough

40

Languescit moriens

Wilts dying

41

Lasso(ve)...collo

With a weary neck

42

Papavera

Poppies

43

Demisere caput

Let down their head

44

Cum forte gravantur

When by chance they are weighed down

45

Pluvia

By rain

46

At

But

47

Ruit

Rushed

48

In medios

Into the midst

49

Solumque per omnis Volcentem petit

And attacks/ed Volcens alone out of everybody

50

In solo Volcente moratur

Concentrating only on Volcens

51

Glomerati hostes

The enemy having gathered in bands

52

Quem circum

Around him

53

Comminus

At close quarters

54

Proturbant

Drove him

55

Hinc...atque hinc

From here to there/out of the way

56

Instat

He pressed on

57

Non setius

Nonetheless

58

Rotat ensem fulmineum

He whirled his flashing sword

59

Donec

Until

60

Condidit

He hid it

61

In ore...adverso

In the opposing face

62

Rutuli clamatis

Of the shouting Rutulian [Volcens]

63

Moriens animam abstulit hosti

Dying he took away the soul of his enemy

64

Confossus

Having been fatally wounded

65

Sese proiecit

He flung himself

66

Super exanimum...amicum

On top of his lifeless friend

67

Quievit

He found rest

68

Demum

At last

69

Placida(que)...morte

In peaceful death

70

Mihi...poenas persolves amborum

You pay the penalty of both to me