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Flashcards in Vergil #5 Deck (41):
1

attollō, attollere

to lift, rear, raise

2

carīna, -ae

keep; ship, boat (f.)

3

causa, -ae

cause, reason, pretext (f.)

4

comitor, comitārī, comitātus sum

to accompany, escort, attend, follow

5

hiems, hiemis

winter, storm (f.)

6

Īliacus, -a, -um

Trojan, Ilian

7

legō, legere, lēgī, lēctus

to choose, collect

8

moror, morārī, morātus sum

to delay, tarry, hinder

9

mōs, mōris

custom, ritual, manner (m.)

10

Phoebus, -ī

Apollo, god of light, music, and prophecy (m.)

11

pōscō, pōscere, popōscī

to demand, seek, ask

12

quantus, -a, -um

how great, how much, how many

13

ratis, ratis

raft, ship, boat (f.)

14

solvō, solvere, solvī, solūtus

to loosen, release, break down, free, pay

15

soror, sorōris

sister (f.)

16

spēs, speī

hope, expectation (f.)

17

fīgō, fīgere, fīxī, fīxus

to fix, pierce, imprint

18

ignārus, -a, -um

ignorant, unaware

19

intereā

meanwhile, in the meanwhile

20

juvō, juvāre, jūvī, jūtus

to help, please

21

linquō, linquere, līquī, līctus

to leave, desert

22

nemus, nemoris

(sacred) grove, wood (n.)

23

pecus, pecudis

animal (of the flock) (f.)

24

pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum

beautiful, noble, splendid, handsome, illustrious

25

quālis, -e

of what sort, such as

26

vinc(u)lum, -ī

chain, bond, cable (n.)

27

vōtum, -ī

vow, prayer, (votive) offering (n.)

28

vulnus, vulneris

wound, deadly blow (n.)

29

Ascanius, -ī

son of Aeneas (m.)

30

cadō, cadere, cecidī, cāsus

to fall, sink, set

31

fallō, fallere, fefellī, falsus

to deceive, cheat, mock, beguile

32

haereō, haerēre, haesī, haesus

cling to, stick to (+ dat.)

33

imāgō, imāginis

likeness, form, phantom (f.)

34

incipiō, incipere, incēpī, inceptus

to begin, undertake

35

iterum

again, anew, a second time

36

latus, lateris

side, flank (n.)

37

lūna, -ae

moon, moonlight (f.)

38

obscūrus, -a, -um

dark, obscure, gloomy

39

pendeō, pendēre, pependī

to hang, depend

40

post

after, behind, afterward

41

premō, premere, pressī, pressus

to repress

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