52 terms

LATN102 Week 1: Catullus 1, 2, 3 (minus words from LATN101)

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aevum aevī n.
time; an age
ārdor ārdōris m.
conflagration; passion
āridus -a -um
dry
aureolus -a -um
golden (dim. of aureus)
bellus -a -um
pretty, nice, fine, charming
charta chartae f.
a sheet or roll of papyrus
circumsiliō circumsilīre
spring or leap around
Cupīdō -inis m.
desire; object of desire (as term of affection); Cupid or Eros
dēlicia dēliciae f. (often plural)
pleasure; pl. pet, darling
dēvorō dēvorāre dēvorāvī dēvorātus
eat up, devour
digitus digitī m.
finger
doctus -a -um
learned
domina dominae f.
mistress
expoliō expolīre expolīvī expolītus
smooth down, polish
factum factī n.
deed, something done
fleō flēre flēvī flētus
weep, cry; mourn
illūc
to that place
incitō incitāre incitāvī incitātus
incite, provoke, stir
iocor iocārī iocātus sum
joke
Italī -ōrum m.
the Italians
lepidus -a -um
charming, witty
levō levāre levāvī levātus
lighten
libellus libellī m.
little book
libet (libēre) libuit libitum est
to be pleasing (intr. w/ dat. of person pleased)
lūdō lūdere lūsī lūsus
play
lūgeō lūgēre lūxī lūctum
mourn
malum malī n.
apple
mellītus -a -um
honey-sweet
misellus -a -um
poor little; wretchedly in love
morsus morsūs m.
bite
multum
(adv.) much, greatly, plenty
nescioquis -qua -quid (also written as two words)
someone, something (indef. pron. or adj.; "I-don't-know-who/-what")
nitēns -entis
shining, radiant
nugae nugārum f.
trifles, things of no consequence
ocellus ocellī m.
eye; darling (as term of endearment, dim. of oculus)
Orcus -ī m.
Dis, god of the underworld; the underworld
passer passeris m.
sparrow
perennis perennis perenne
constant, enduring
pernīx pernīcis
persistent; nimble, active; leggy
pīpiō pīpiāre pīpiāvī pīpiātus
chirp
puella puellae f.
girl; young woman; girlfriend
pūmex pūmicis m. (f. in Catullus)
pumice (used to smooth the ends of book-rolls)
quāliscumque quālecumque
of whatever sort or quality (rel. adj.)
quantum
as much as
rubeō rubēre rubuī
to be or become red
sinus sinūs m.
the cavity or fold produced by the looping of a garment; breast; bosom, refuge; gulf
solāciolum -ī n.
solace, comfort (dim. of solacium)
tenebricōsus -a -um
shadowy, dark
turgidulus -a -um
swollen (dim. of turgidus)
venustus -a -um
lovely, attractive, charming; graceful, pretty, neat
virgō virginis f.
maiden, virgin; the constellation Virgo
zōna -ae f.
a girdle, belt
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