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Flashcards in The Aeneid Book VI Deck (102):
1

carina

bottom of ship, hull

2

folium

leaf

3

antrum

cave, cavern

4

cor

heart, mind, soul

5

frigus

cold, cold weather, winter

6

innuptus

unmarried

7

immitto

send in/to, insert, throw in

8

coluber

snake, serpent

9

effundo

pour out/away

10

cado

fall, sink, drop, die

11

fallo

deceive, slip by

12

remus

oar

13

vates

prophet, seer, soothsayer

14

amnis

river

15

vestigium

step, track, trace

16

mentum

chin

17

longaevus

of old age, aged

18

sedes

seat, home

19

tergum

back, rear

20

sordidus

dirty, unclean, foul

21

immanis

huge

22

turbidus

wild, stormy, disordered

23

humus

ground, soil, earth

24

arceo

keep away, confine, hinder

25

tacitus

not speaking, silent

26

ministro

attend to, serve, supply

27

harena

sand, desert

28

numen

divine will, divinity

29

tendo

stretch, spread, extend

30

ramus

branch, bough

31

ruo

destroy, ruin, overthrow

32

licet

it is permitted

33

fames

hunger, famine

34

avis

bird

35

pondus

weight, burden, impediment

36

genitor

father, creator, originator

37

ultro

besides, beyond

38

stagnum

standing water, pool

39

rogus

funeral pyre

40

limen

threshold, entrance

41

propinquo

bring near, draw near

42

veho

bear, carry

43

solium

throne, seat

44

verro

sweep, sweep clean

45

linquo

leave, quit, forsake

46

erro

wander, make a mistake

47

nefas

sin

48

vis

strength, force, power

49

lateo

lie hidden, lurk

50

nemus

wood, forest

51

puppis

stern of ship, back

52

velum

sail, sheet, awning

53

horreo

dread, shudder at

54

ratis

raft, ship, boat

55

viridis

green

56

demum

finally, at last

57

proles

offspring, descendant

58

for, fari

speak

59

sepelio

bury, submerge, overcome

60

fluvius

stream, river

61

litus

shore, seashore

62

sors

lot, fate

63

enim

indeed, in fact

64

ossum

bone

65

insidia

ambush, plot, trap

66

fundo

pour, cast, scatter

67

labor (v)

slide, glide, drop

68

deduco

lead, draw, pull

69

glomero

collect, assemble

70

palus

swamp, marsh

71

vinclum

chain, bond

72

squalor

filth

73

pando

spread out

74

ripa

bank

75

___ is the city to be founded by Ascanius

Alba Longa

76

___ is the goddess who sends doves to help Aeneas find the golden bough.

Venus

77

___ is where sinners were eternally punished.

Tartarus

78

___ is the person with whom Aeneas is supposed to speak in the underworld.

Anchises

79

___ is the river from which souls drank in order to be reborn.

Lethe

80

___ was punished eternally by having food and water always just out of reach.

Tantalus

81

___ was the future son of Aeneas

Silvius

82

___ is the god of war, father of Romulus and Remus

Mars

83

___ is the place where Aeneas is at the beginning of book VI

Cumae

84

___ entertained those in the underworld with his music.

Orpheus

85

___ had to roll a rock up a hill for all eternity.

Sisyphus

86

___ is the actual name of the Sibyl

Deiphobe

87

___ was in a spinning wheel for all eternity

Ixion

88

___ was the founder of Rome

Romulus

89

___ is the river which must be crossed in the underworld.

Styx

90

___ is the heaven part of the underworld.

Elysium

91

___ is the region in Italy where Aeneas will found his city.

Latium

92

___ is the lake that smells so awful that no birds are there.

Avernus

93

___ is the city to be founded by Aeneas.

Lavinium

94

___ was the grandfather of Romulus and Remus.

Numitor

95

___ was the fury who guarded the entrance to Tartarus.

Tisiphone

96

___ was the master craftsman who engraved the temple doors mentioned in the beginning of book VI.

Daedalus

97

___ is the future wife of Aeneas.

Lavinia

98

___ is the god of prophecy, helpful to the Trojans.

Apollo

99

___ is the Juno inferno, wife of Pluto, and queen of the underworld.

Proserpina

100

___ is another name for the underworld itself.

Dis

101

___ is the King who established Roman religious and moral customs.

Numa

102

___ was the first consul of Rome who had his own sons killed.

Brutus