55 terms

Daphne and Apollo Pages 21-31 Second 55

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tango
ere, tetigi, tactus: to touch
spes
i f: hope
requies
etis, f: rest
nego
[1] to deny
tergo
ere, si, sus: to dry
fugax
acis: evasive
immineo
ere: to rise up
crinis
is, m: lock of hair
spargo
ere, si, sus: to scatter
afflo
[1]: to breathe on
absum
ere, psi, ptus: to use up
expallesco
ere pallui: to grow pale
citus
a um: swift
flumen
inis n: stream
numen
inis n: nod
nimium
too much
muto
[1]: to change
figura
ae f: form
prex
cis, f: entreaty
torpor
oris m: numbness
artus
us m: joint of the body
mollis
is e: soft
cingo
ere xi ctus: to surround
tenuis
is e: slender
praecordia
orum n pl: chest
liber
ri, m: inner bark of a tree
frons
dis f: leafy
cresco
ere crevi creturus: to be born
velox
ocis: rapid
piger
ra rum: sluggish
radix
icis, f: root
cacumen
inis n: peak
remaneo
ere mansi mansurus: to remain
nitor
oris m: brightness
stipes
itis, m: trunk of a tree
cortex
icis m: bark
complector
i, complexus sum: to embrace
membrum
i n: limb
lignum
i n: firewood
refugio
ere i itus: to flee
coniunx
ugis m/f: spouse
coma
ae f: hair
laurus
i f: laurel tree
triuumphus
i m: triumph
cano
ere cecini cantus: to sing
viso
ere visi: to look at
pompa
ae f: cermonial procession:
fidus
a um: faithful
foris
is f: door
tueor
eri tuitus sum: to look at
quercus
us f: oak tree
iuvenalis
is e: youthful
honor
oris m: honor
adnuo
ere i nutus: to beckon
agito
[1] to move