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57 terms

Aeneid Vocab Book VI Lines1-100

immito, immittere, immisi, immissus
to send in, loosen
prora, ae, f.
ancora, ae, f.
tenax, tenacis, (gen.) (adj.)
gripping, tenacious
praetexo, praetexere, praetexui, praetextus
to fringe, cloak
fera, ae, f.
wild beast
semen, seminis, n.
seed, element
praesideo, praesidere, praesedi, praessus (+dat)
to rule, protect
lucus, i, m.
sacred grove, wood
praepes, praepetis (adj)
swift, flying
insuetus, a, um
unaccustomed, unused
eno, enare, enavi, enatus
to swim out, fly forth, float
remigium, remigii, n.
oarage, rowing equipment
foris, foris, f.
door, gate, entrance
letum, i, n.
death, destruction, ruin
pendo, pendere, pependi, pensus
to weight out, pay
quotannis (Adv)
yearly, annually
effero, efferre, extuli, elatus
to lift up, raise
furtim, i, n.
theft, stealth, fraud
proles, prolis, f.
progeny, offspring
nefandus, a, um
unspeakable, unutterable
dolus, i, m.
deceit, fraud, trick
ambages, ambagis, f.
winding (passage)
caecus, a, um
blind, dark, hidden
vestigium, vestigii, n.
step, footstep, track, trace
sino, sinere, sivi, situs
to permit, allow
but that, in fact, why not
protinus (Adv)
continually, at once
perlego, perlegere, perlegi, perlectus,
to survey, examine
sacerdos, sacerdotis, m/f.
posco, poscere, popsci
to demand, seek, ask
macto, mactare, mactavi, mactatus
to sacrifice, kill, slaughter
iuvencus, i, m.
bullock, ox
totidem (Adv)
as many, so many
moror, morari, moratus sum
to delay, tarry, hinder
excido, excidere, excidi, excisus
to cut, hew out
rupes, rupis, f.
rock, cliff
aditus, aditus, m.
approach, entrance
como, comere, compsi, comptus
to arrange properly
coma, ae, f.
hair, locks, tresses
cesso, cessare, cessavi, cessatus
to cease, pause, delay
dehisco, dehiscere, dehivi,
to yawn, gape, open up
prex, precis, f.
prayer, entreaty
miseror, miserari, miseratus sum
to pity, commiserate
obeo, obire, obii, obitus
to approach, traverse
repos(i)tus, a, um (adj)
secluded, remote
thus far, up until now
parco, parcere, peperci, parsus (+dat)
to spare
praescius, a, um
foreknowing, prescient
consido, considere, consedi, consessus
to sit down, settle
penetralia, penetralium, n. pl.
inner part, sanctuary
arcanus, a ,um
secret, hidden
almus, a, um
nourishing, kind
mando, mandare, mandavi, mandatus
to order, entrust, command
reor, reri, ratus sum
to think, suppose
pando, pandere, pandi, passus
to spread open
remugio, remugire
to bellow, roar