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Latin via Ovid - Chapter 22

Vocabulary
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animus, animī, m.
soul, spirit, mind; pl. courage
ardor, ardoris, m.
burning, heat, eagerness
causa, causae, f.
cause, sake, reason
hasta, hastae, f.
spear, javelin
fidēs, fideī, f.
trust, belief, faith, pledge
pectus, pectoris, n.
breast, heart
vātes, vātis, c.
bard, poet, seer, singer
vellus, velleris, n.
fleece, wool
ēveniō, ēvenīre, ēvēnī, ēventum
turn out, come about
finiō, finīre, finīvī, finītum
end, conclude, finish
natō (1)
swim
recognōscō, recognōscere, recognōvī, recognitum
recognize, recall
repellō, repellere, reppulī, reppulsum
drive back, drive away, push, spurn
sē vertere
to turn oneself (around)
dīversus, dīversa, dīversum
scattered, spread out, turned in different directions
innocēns, innocentis
innocent, harmless
insānus, insāna, insānum
maddened, insane
peregrīnus, peregrīna, peregrīnum
foreign
supplex, supplicis
suppliant
aliquis, aliquid
some, any
ambō, ambae, ambō
both, two, together
circum (+ acc.)
around, about
male (adv.)
badly
quandō
when
seu ... seu
whether ... or
ter
thrice, three times
tūtō
safely
umbra, umbrae, f.
shade, shadow
ventus, ventī, m.
wind
plorō (1)
weep, wail for