Aeneid 131-196

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miser,misera,miserum
miserable, sad
moenia
(city) walls
moles
heap, mass, task
murus
(house) wall
natus
born, son
nemus
grove
nubes
cloud
olli
to that one (archaic form of illi)
opus
work
ora
coast, shore
oraculum
oracle
os
face, mouth
ostia
mouths of a river, openings
pascitur
he feeds
passim
here and there
patrius,a,um
ancestral, fatherly
pectus
chest
pelagus
sea
pharetra
quiver
pilum
javelin
plenus,a,um
full
pontus
sea
procella
storm
progreditur
he procedes
proles
offspring
promovet
he moves forward
puppis
stern, ship oak
quercus
oak
quidam,quaedam,quiddam
a certain
quodcumque
whatever
rabies
madness
ratis
ship
regnator
ruler
reliquiae
remnants
remus
oar
repostus,a,um
placed
ripa
bank
robor
oak
rupes
rock, cliff
sacerdos
priest
sacratum
sacred
sacrificium
sacrifice
saeculum
age
satus,a,um
sown, planted, begotten
saucius,a,um
wounded
scopulus
rock
secundus
second, favorable
serus,a,um
late
sicut
like, just as
sidus
star
silex
flint
simulacrum
likeness
socius
ally
sol
sun
solet
he is accustomed to
solium
throne
solum
ground
solus,a,um
alone
sperat
he hopes
spernat
he despises, rejects
spes
hope
spirat
he breathes
spolia
spoils
spumat
he foams
stat
he stands
statim
immediately