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56 terms

Latin via Ovid

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Aesonides, -ae, m.
Jason, son of Aeson
ars, artis, -ium, f.
art, skill, profession, practice, conduct
Charybdis, -is, f.
Charybdis
ferrum, -i, n.
iron, weapom, sword
furor, -oris, m.
madness
germana, -ae, f.
sister
iussum, -i, n.
order, command
mens, mentis, f.
mindnata, -ae, f.
nata, -ae, f.
daughter
nubes, nubis, -ium, f.
cloud
ops, opis, f.
power, aid, abundance
ratio, -ionis, f.
reason, order, account
Scylla, -ae, f.
Scylla
servatrix, -icis, f.
saviour
tellus, -uris, f.
earth, land
testis, -is, -ium, c.
witness
tigris, -idis, c.
tiger
timor, -oris, m.
fear
velum, -i, n.
sail
virtus, -tutis, f.
courage, manliness
arbitrator, -ari, -atus sum
think, judge
committo, -ere, -misi, -missum
commit, combine, connect
concipio, -ere, -cepi, conceptum
conceive, hold together
concurro, -ere, -curri, cursum + dat.
meet, come up against
exhortor, -ari, -hortatus sum
urge, exhort
existimo (1)
think
exstinguo, -ere, -stinxi, -stinctum
extinguish, put out
fateor, -eri, fassus sum
confess, say
gravo (1)
load, burden, weigh down
metuo, -ere, -ui, -utum
fear, be afraid
nascor, nasci, natus sum
be born, originate from
navigo (1)
sail
nosco, -ere, novi, notum
come to know, get to know
obsto, -stare, -stiti, -stitum
block, oppose
pereo, -ire, --ivi or -ii, -itum
die, perish
praepono, -ere, -posui, -positum + dat.
place before, prefer
probo (1)
approve
repugno (1)
fight back
sequor, sequi, secutus sum
follow
suadeo, -ere, suasi, suasum + dat.
persuade
subvenio, -ire, -veni, -ventum + dat.
come to the aid of, help, relieve
deterior, -ius
worse, lower
ingratus, -a, -um
unpleasant, unpleasing
melior, -ius
better
nefarius, -a, -um
impious, wicked, abominable
saevus, -a, -um
cruel, savage
salvus, -a, -um
safe
antea
beforehand
apud + acc.
among
ergo
therefore
heu
alas
intra
inside
modo
just now, only now
nescio quis, -quid, nescio quis (advena)
I do not know who or what (stranger), somebody or something, some (stranger)
nihil (nil)
nothing
priusquam (conj.)
before