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Flashcards in Vergil, Eclogue 1.1-26 Deck (76):
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adeō

such a point; precisely, exactly; thus far; indeed, truly; even

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aeger aegra aegrum

sick, ill

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ager agrī m.

field

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agnus agnī m.

lamb

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agrestis agrestis agreste

rural, rustic

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ā

expletive of distress, pity, or entreaty

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Amaryllis –idis or –idos f.

Amaryllis (a name); a shepherdess in Vergil's Eclogues

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āra ārae f.

altar

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arvum arvī n.

ploughed land, field

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avēna –ae f.

a straw; oats; an oaten pipe; a Pan–pipe or syrinx

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bōs bovis m.

ox

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calamus –ī m.

a reed or cane; an arrow

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canis canis m. or f.

dog

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capella capellae f.

she–goat

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catulus –ī m.

a young dog; a whelp, the young of wild animals; a cub, whelp

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* cernō cernere crēvī certus

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

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compōnō compōnere composuī compōsitus

to compare; place/put/add/collect together, collate; match (up); store/hoard; calm; construct, build; arrange, compile, compose, make up; organize, order; settle

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* cōnītor –nīxus or nīsus sum

to lean or brace one’s self against; struggle, strive, put forth all one’s strength; strain every nerve

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corylus –ī m.

a hazel-tree, filberttree

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cupressus –ī f.

the cypress; a branch of cypress

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dēnsus –a –um

thick, dense

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* dēpellō dēpellere dēpulī dēpulsus

to drive off, expel

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* doceō docēre docuī doctus

to teach, show, point out

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dulcis dulce

sweet, pleasant

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ēn

look!

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equidem

indeed, certainly; for my part

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errō errāre errāvi errātum

to wander; err, make a mistake

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extollō –ere

to lift up; (fig.), laud, extol

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fāgus –i f.

beech–tree

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fētus fētūs m.

a bearing or breeding; the young; the new swarm; litter; of vegetable products, growth, sprig, shoot; fruit; product.

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fōrmōsus –a –um

beautiful, finely formed, handsome, fair; having fine appearance/form

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gemellus –a –um

twin (adj. or subst.)

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grex gregis m.

herd, flock

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haedus –ī m.

a young goat, kid

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imbuō –ere –uī –ūtus

to wet, moisten; stain

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invideō invidēre invīdī invīsus

to envy, regard with envy/ill will; be jealous of; begrudge, refuse

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laevus –a –um

left, stupid, unlucky

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lentus –a –um

pliant, flexible, tough, tenacious, sticky; slow

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linquō linquere līquī

to leave, relinquish

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* lūdō lūdere lūsī lūsus

to play, mock, tease, trick

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malum malī n.

evil, misfortune, calamity

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meditor meditārī meditātus sum

to think, prepare to

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Meliboeus –ī m.

Meliboeus (name), one of the shepherds in Virgil's Eclogues

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meminī meminisse

to remember, be mindful (of)

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mīror mīrārī mīrātus sum

to wonder at, be astonished

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* nōscō nōscere nōvī nōtus

to come to know, learn, recognize; (in perfect) know; become familiar with; examine, study, inspect; try (case); accept as true; recall

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nūdus –a –um

nude; bare, stripped

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ō

O

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ōtium ōti(ī) n.

leisure; spare time; holiday; ease/rest/peace/quiet; tranquility/calm; lull

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ovīle –is n.

a sheepcote, sheepfold (> ovis)

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ovis –is n.

sheep

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pāstor pāstōris m.

shepherd

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patulus –a –um

opening, wide; wide, broad (> pateo)

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* permittō permittere permīsī permissus

to let through; let go through; relinquish; permit, allow; entrust; hurl

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* praedīcō praedīcere praedīxī praedictus

to say beforehand; foretell, prophesy, predict; forewarn; p., praedictus, a, um, foretold.

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prōtinus

immediately, at once, forthwith

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quantus –a –um

how great; how much/many; of what size/amount/degree/number/worth/price

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quercus –ūs f.

an oak tree; (meton.), an oak leaf crown

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quō

where, whither

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recubō recubāre recubāvī recubātus

to be lying back or down; recline; be extended; lie

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resonō resonāre resonāvī resonātus

to sound again, resound, ring, reecho

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silex silicis n.

pebble, stone, flint; boulder, stone; granite

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silvestris –e

pertaining to the woods and fields; sylvan, pastoral; living in the forest (> silva)

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similis simile

similar (+ gen. or dat.)

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stultus –a –um

foolish, stupid

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* tangō tangere tetigī tāctus

to touch, strike; border on, influence; mention

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tegmen (tegumen) –inis n.

a means of covering; skin, hide; clothing; shield; tegmen crurum, close–fitting trousers worn by Phrygians (> tego)

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tener tenera tenerum

tender

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tenuis tenue

thin, fine; delicate; slight, slender; little, unimportant; weak, feeble

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Tītyrus –ī m.

Tityrus, one of the shepherds in Virgil’s Eclogues

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turbō turbāre turbāvī turbātus

to disturb, confuse

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vērum

but indeed, but yet, yet, but

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vīburnum –ī n.

the wayfaring-tree

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vix

hardly, scarcely

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undique

from every side/direction/place/part/source; on all/both sides/surfaces; everywhere; completely; allover; from every point of view, in all respects

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ūsque

all the way, right on; all the time, continuously, at every point, always