45 terms

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volvō, volvere, volvī, volūtus
to revolve, (un)roll, roll (round, through); undergo
sanguis, sanguinis, m.
blood; race, descendant
rapiō, rapere, rapuī, raptus
to snatch (up, away), seize, ravish; whirl
tellūs, -ūris, f.
earth, land, country
scopulus, -ī, m.
rock, cliff, crag
coniūnx, coniugis, m./f.
spouse; husband, wife
furō, furere, furuī
to rage, rave, be frantic
aura, -ae, f.
breeze, air; favor; light
nūbēs, -is, f.
cloud, fog, mist
harēna, -ae, f.
sand, beach
immānis, -is, -e
huge, monstrous, enormous, mighty, dreadful, cruel, atrocious
for, fārī, fātus
to speak, say, tell, utter
celer, celeris, celere
swift, speedy, quick
spēs, speī, f.
hope, expectation
vultus, -ūs, m.
countenance, face, aspect, facial expression
ōrō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to beseech, pray (for), entreat, plead, argue
pēs, pedis, m.
foot; sheet-rope, sheet
dēserō, -serere, -seruī, -sertus
to desert, forsake
prohibeō, -hibēre, -hibuī, -hibitus
to keep from, keep, restrain, prevent, prohibit; keep out or away from; protect, guard
undique
from all parts; on all sides, everywhere
minus (adv. comp.)
less; not at all, too little
lātē
widely, extensively, far and wide; longō lātēque, far and wide
fīnitimus, -a, -um
bordering on, adjoining, neighboring
mīlia passuum
thousands of paces, miles
īdem, eadem, idem
the same; this very; īdem atque, the same as
cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus
to try, attempt, endeavor
vinculum / vinclum, -ī, n.
chain, bond, cable
iūs, iūris, n.
right, law, decree, justice; power, authority
efferō, efferre, extulī, ēlātus
to carry, carry out, raise, lift up, take away; carry forth; spread around, publish widely, make known
vadum, -ī, n.
ford, shallow (i.e., a spot where it is possible to wade across); shallow(s), shoal, depth(s)
certus, -a, -um
decided, certain, sure, fixed
perturbō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
to disturb greatly, throw into confusion; alarm, terrify
compleō, -plēre, -plēvī, -plētus
to fill up or completely; complete; cover
dēsum, dēesse, dēfuī
to be lacking, be absent from, fail
modus, -ī, m.
measure, quantity, size; manner, method, style; limit; ad hunc modum, in this way
ultrō (adv.)
of one's own accord, voluntarily; besides, moreover
impedīmentum, -ī, n.
hindrance, obstacle, impediment; pl., baggage, luggage (of an army), baggage-train (including pack animals)
etsi (conj.)
even if, although
tergum, -ī, n.
back; body, rear, hide (of an animal); terga vertere, to flee
tūtus, -a, -um
protected, safe, secure
quidem (adv.)
indeed, at any rate, at least, truly; on the other hand; nē . . . quidem, not even
seu OR sīve (conj.)
whether, or, either if, or if; seu . . seu OR sīve . . . sīve, either . . . or
pōnō, pōnere, posuī, positus
to place, put, place over; lay down, set aside; station, post; regard, consider; make, build; passive, be situated; with in (+abl.), depend on
circumveniō, -venīre, -vēnī, -ventus
to come or get around, surround, cut off, beset; betray, defraud
cor, cordis, n.
heart, spirit, feelings