Vergil, Eclogue 1.27-58 Flashcards Preview

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Flashcards in Vergil, Eclogue 1.27-58 Deck (65):
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āerius –a –um

pertaining to the air; airy, aërial; rising into the air; towering, lofty; air–cleaving

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alibī

elsewhere, in another place; in other respects, otherwise; in another matter

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altāria –ium n.

the upper part of an altar; a high altar; an altar (> altus)

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Amaryllis –idis or –idos f.

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

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apis apis f.

bee

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arbustum –ī n.

a growth of trees; a grove; thicket (> arbor)

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barba –ae f.

beard; dim. barbula, little beard)

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bis

twice (in composition bi–)

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bōs bovis m.

ox

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cadō cadere cecidī cāsum

to fall, sink; die, be killed

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candidus –a –um

white, fair

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captō captāre captāvī captātus

to grasp at, seize, captivate

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cāseus –ī m.

cheese

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cessō cessāre cessāvī cessātus

to cease, be idle; hold back, lay off, delay; rest; be free of

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contāgiō –ōnis f. or contāgium –ī n.

contact, touching; an infection, pollution, vicious companionship or intercourse, participation, contamination

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dēpāscō –ere –pāvī –pāstus and dēpāscor –pāstus sum

to devour, consume; taste; feed upon, graze

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exeō exīre exīvī/exiī exitus

to come/go/sail/march/move out/forth/away, leave; pass (away), expire/perish/die; discharge (fluid); rise (river); become visible; issue/emerge/escape; sprout

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fētus –a –um

pregnant, with young; bearing; filled, full, teeming; having brought forth; fruitful.

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frondātor –oris m.

a foliage tender, pruner

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fūmō fūmāre fūmāvī fūmātus

to smoke; send up vapor; fume, reek; foam (> fumus)

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Galatēa –ae f.

Galatea, a sea–nymph, daughter of Nereus

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gemō gemere gemuī

to groan, sigh

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Hyblaeus –a –um

of Mt. Hybla in Sicily

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īnsuētus –a –um (trisyll.)

unaccustomed; unused, unwonted (pl. n. as adv.), insueta, strangely; hideously

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iuncus –ī m.

a rush

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iuvenis iuvenis m.

youth

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laedō laedere laesī laesus

to strike; hurt, injure, wound; offend, annoy

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lapis lapidis m.

stone; milestone; jewel

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līmes –itis m.

a cross path bounding two fields; border, boundary, train; track, passage (rel. to limen)

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līmōsus –a –um

full of mud; miry, slimy (> limus)

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Meliboeus –ī m.

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

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obdūcō –ere –dūxī –ductus

to draw or lead towards; draw over

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opācus –a –um

shady; obscure, dark; subst., opaca, orum, n., partitive; opaca viarum, dark pathways, roads

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pābulum –ī n.

feeding material; food, pasturage, pasture (> pasco)

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palumbis –is m.

a woodpigeon, ring-dove

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palūs –ūdis f.

a marsh, swamp, moor, fen; water; pond, lake

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pāscō pāscere pāvī pāstum

to nourish, feed

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pāscuus –a –um

for pasture, grazing

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pecūlium –ī n.

property in cattle

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pecus pecoris f.

cattle , as a collective, a herd

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pendeō pendēre pependī

to hang, hang down

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pinguis pingue

fat, rich, fertile; also, plump, in good condition; dull, gross, heavy, stupid, doltish

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pīnus –ūs or –ī

a pine tree, pine.; (meton.), a ship; a torch; a pine brand or torch

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pōmum –ī n.

fruit

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quotannīs

every year, yearly

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raucus –a –um

harsh–sounding, noisy

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respiciō respicere respexī respectum

to look back, regard, consider

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rūpēs –is f.

a rock, cliff, crag, ledge, freq.; quarry (> rumpo)

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saepēs –is f.

a hedge, fence

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saepta –ōrum n.

a fence, enclosure, wall

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salictum –ī n.

willow grove

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sēnī –ae –a

6 each

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servitium servirti(ī) n.

servitude, slavery

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sērus –a –um

late, too late

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suādeō suādēre suāsī suāsus

to urge, recommend; suggest; induce; propose, persuade, advise

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submittō submittere submīsī submissum

to place under, submit

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susurrō –ōnis m.

to hum, buzz, murmur, mutter, whisper

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taurus taurī m.

bull

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temptō temptāre temptāvī temptātus

to test, try; urge; worry; bribe

60

Tītyrus –ī m.

Tityrus, one of the shepherds in Virgil’s Eclogues

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tondeō –ēre –totondī –tōnsus

to shear; finish; clip, trim; browse, feed upon, graze upon

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turtur –uris m.

a turtle-dove

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vīcīnus –a –um

neighboring, near

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victima –ae f.

an animal offered in sacrifice; a victim

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ulmus –ī f.

an elm tree, elm