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amica

friend (f.)

amicus

friend (m.)

filia

daughter

Iuppiter

Jupiter

Ovidius

Ovid

poeta

poet

taurus

bull

Tyrus

Tyre

amat

loves, likes

desiderat

desires

fugitat

flees

ludit

plays

narrat

tells

portat

carries

spectat

watches, looks at

transformat

transforms, changes

novus, -a

strange, new

timidus, -a

shy, timid

Phoenicus, -ia

Phoenician, or of Phoenicia

Tyrius, -a

Tyrian, or of Tyre

ad + acc.

to, toward, near

cum + abl.

with

de + abl.

about, concerning, down from

olim

once, once upon a time

Quis?

Who?

se

himself, herself, itself, themselves

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