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Horace III.10

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nubo
nubere, nupsi, nuptum- to cover veil, to be married to, to marry
asper
a, um- rough, uneven, stormy
porrigo
porrigere, porrexi, porrectum- to stretch out, extend
foris
foris f. door, door posts
incola
incolae m/f. inhabitant, native
ploro
plorare (1) to lament, wail over
aquilo
onis m. the north wind
strepitus
us clattering, crashing, creaking
nemus
nemoris n. wood, grove, tree
sero
serere, sevi, satum- to sow, plant, set
remugio
remugire- to bellow back
glacio
glaciare (1)- to freeze
nix
nives f. snow (positus nives- fallen snow)
funis
funis m. rope
procus
i m. suitor, wooer
gigno
gignere, genui, genitus- to bear, beget, bring forth
tingo
tingere, tinxi, tinctus- to wet, color, dye, imbue
viola
ae f. the color violet
saucius
a, um- wounded, hurt, distressed
pallor
palloris m. paleness, complexion
parco
parcere, peperci, parsus- to spare (+dat)
aesculus
i f. italian oak
mollis
e- soft, tender
mitis
e gentle, mild
anguis
is m/f serpent
latus
lateris n. side, flank
patior
pati, passus sum- to suffer endure
limen
liminis n. threshold
caeles
caelitis- heavenly, of the sky, substantive- a god