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Aeneid IV.362-449

Vocabulary for Vergil's Aeneid, Book 4, lines 362-449
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auctor, oris m/f
author, founder
avertor, i, rsus
to avert
desino, ere, sivi, situs
to desist (+ abl)
fraudo (1)
to cheat, deceive
haurio, ire, hausi, haustus
to drink (in)
interpres, etis f
agent
pererro (1)
to survey
profor, ari, atus
to speak
spons, spontis f
will, desire
testor, eri, itus
to swear by, to take oath
tueor, eri, itus
to protect
cautes, is f
cliff, crag
dissimulo (1)
to conceal
egens, entis
destitute
eicio, ere, eici, eiectus
to cast out
flecto, ere, flexi, flexus
to move, bend
fletus, us m
tears, lament
gigno, ere, genui, genitus
to beget, produce
ingemo, ere, ui
to lament
miseror, ari, atus
to commiserate, to pity
perfidus, a, um
faithless, treacherous
reservo (1)
to reserve, save
tigris, (id)is m/f
tiger, tigress
uber, eris n
udder, breast
artus, us m
joint, limb
improbus, a, um
wicked
iussum, i n
decree, command, order
Manes, ium m
(souls of) the dead
refello, ere, i
to refute
scilicet
of course, doubtless
desuco, ere, duxi, ductus
to separate
sollicito (1)
to agitate, disquiet
supplicium,i n
punishment
abrumpo, ere, rupi, ruptus
to break off
aeger, gra, grum
sick, wretched
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus
to carry away
conlabor, i, apsus
to collapse, faint
famula, ae f
female household slave
linquo, ere, liqui, lictus
to relinquish
marmoreous, a, um
marbled, white
membrum, i n
limb, body
sermo, onis m
conversation, speech
stratum, i n
couch, bed
suscipio, ere, cepi, ceptus
to take up
carina, ae f
keel, ship
celsus, a, um
lofty, high
far, farris
spelt, kind of grain
incumbo, ere, cubui, cubitus
to recline, urge on
infabricatus, a, um
rough, untamed
labefacio, ere, feci, factus
to shake, stagger
lenio, ire, ivi, itus
to soothe, calm
quamquam
though, although, yet, nevertheless
solor, ari, atus
to comfort
velut
like, as
angustus, a, um
narrow
callis, is m
path, track
castigo (1)
to reprove, punish
cogo, ere, coegi, coactus
to bring together, muster, compel
ferv(e)o, ere, (bu)i
to be busy, boil
frumentum, i n
grain
late
far, wide
obnitor, i, sis (nixus)
to push, agitate, strive
populo (1)
to ravage, plunder
praeda, ae f
booty, spoils
precor, ari, atus
to entreat, pray, invoke
semita, ae f
path
summitto, ere, misi, misus
to submit
trudo, ere, si, sus
to push, shove
aditus, us m
address, approach
arcanus, a, um
hidden, secret
carbasus, i f
linen, sail
colo, ere, ui, cultus
to cultivate
corona, ae, f
wreath, garland
exsequor, i, secutus
to perform, carry out
perfero, ferre, tuli, latus
to endure
propero (1)
to hurry, hasten
iuro (1)
to take oath, swear, conspire
misereor, eri, itus
to commiserate, pity
prodo, ere, didi, ditus
to betray
revello, ere, i, vulsus
to tear off
venia, ae f
pardon, favour
adsiduus, a, um
unceasing
aetherius, a, um
airy, lofty
annosus, a, um
aged
certo (1)
to strive, contest, compete
concutio, ere, ussi, ussus
to shake, shatter
consterno, ere, strave, stratus
to lay low, strew
eruo, ere, ui, utus
to uproot, overthrow
flatus, us m
wind, blast
quercus,us f
oak
secus
otherwise, differently
stipes,itis m
trunk, stem
stridor, oris m
noise, creaking
tractabilis, e
manageable
tundo, ere, tutundi, tu(n)sus
to beat, assail
validus, a, um
strong, sturdy