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First 2 pages Vergil Vocabulary

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a, ab
from, away from, by
Abas
1) an Argive King, 2) a friend of Aeneas
abdo
to put away, hide, shut up
abeo
to go away, depart, withdraw, deviate
abies
spruce, fir
abluo
to wash off, purity; cleanse
abnuo
to refuse, decline, reject
abripio
to snatch away, seize
abrumpo
to break off, destroy, violate
abscessus
departure, absence
abscondo
to put away, conceal, hide
absens
absent, distant, left behind
absisto
to withdraw, depart from; cease
abstineo
to hold back, refrain
abstrudo
to thrust away; hide
absum
to be absent or away from; be wanting
ac
and, and also
Acamas
one of the Greeks at Troy
accedo
to come or draw near, go to, approach
accendo
to set on fire; inflame; arouse; inspire
accingo
to gird, equip, make ready; pitch in
accipio
to receive, accept, admit, welcome
accumbo
to recline at, take one's place at the table
accumulo
to heap up, honor
acer
sharp, keen, fierce, violent
acervus
pointed pile, heap
Acestes
King of Sicily
Achates
Aeneas's constant companion
Acheron
river of the underworld
Achilles
greatest of the Greek heroes at Troy
Achivus
Greek (starts with ac)
acies
sharp edge, battle line, keen vision
acutus
sharpened, sharp, pointed, jagged
ad
to, toward, near, at, by
addenseo
to thicken, pack densely
addo
to give in addition, put to, add, lend
adeo
to that degree, so
adfligo
to shatter, cast down
adeo
to go to, approach, reach, visit, encounter, meet (adire)
adflo
to breath upon, inspire
adfluo
to flow to, come to
adfor
to address, speak to (f word)
adgredior
to approach, go to
adhuc
hitherto, till now, as yet
adicio
to throw at, add
adigo
to drive to, drive, hurl, force
adimo
to take to oneself, take away, snatch away
aditus
approach, audience, entrance
adiuro
to call to witness, swear by
adiuvo
to aid, assist, help
adlabor
to glide to
adloquor
to address, speak to
admiror
to wonder at, be surprised at
admoneo
to warn, admonish, remind
admoveo
to move or bring to, offer
adnitor
to strive, lean on
adnuo
to nod, assent, promise
adoro
to pray to, worship, adore
adquiro
to acquire, gain
adservo
to guard, watch
adsiduus
constant, unceasing
adsisto
to stand by, attend; make a stand
adspecto
to look at, look towards, overlook
adspicio
to look at, observe, inspect
adsto
to stand near; be at hand, look on; stand up
adsum
to be present, be at hand, near
adsurgo
to rise up, stand up, rise
adultus
adult, full grown
advena
stranger, foreigner
advenio
to come to, come
adversor
to oppose, resist
adversus
turned toward, opposing, facing, adverse
adverto
to turn toward, give heed, note, notice
advolvo
to roll to or toward
advolo
to fly to, fly towards
adytum
sanctuary, shrine, tomb
Aeacides
descendant of Aeacus, Achilles
aedes
hearth; pl apartments; house, dwelling
aedifico
to build, construct
aeger
sick, diseased, weary, weak
aemulus
rivaling, competing
Aeneadae
followers of Aeneid
Aeneius
of Aeneas
aenum
kettle, cauldron
aenus
of bronze, brazen
Aeolia
an island near Sicily, abode of Aeolus
Aeolides
son or descendant of Aeolus
Aeolus
god of the winds
aequaevus
of the same or equal age
aequo
to make equal, adjust, equal, match, do justice to
aequor
the sea, surface of the sea, a level surface
aequus
even, level, just, fair
aer
air, breeze, mist, cloud
aeratus
made of or covered with bronze; brazen
aereus
made of or plated with bronze; brazen
aerius
airy, high, lofty, towering
aes
copper, bronze
aestas
summer, summer air