223 terms

Latin 102 Week 3: Catullus 14, 16, 22, 25, 27-31 (minus vocabulary from LATN101)

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abeō abīre abiī abitum
go away or out; come off, turn out; escape criticism or other consequences
acinus -ī m.
grape
admoveō admovēre admōvī admōtus
move near, stretch out toward
Adōneus -ī m.
archaic Latin form of Adonis, youth loved by Venus
aequō aequāre aequāvī aequātus
make level, even, or smooth
āerius -a -um
of the air, airy
aestuō aestuāre aestuāvī aestuātus
blaze; swelter; burn with pain or desire; toss about, seethe, writhe
albulus -a -um
white; transparent, clear, colorless (dim. of albus)
āleō āleōnis m.
a habitual gambler
Alfenus -ī m.
nomen gentile of P. Alfenus Varus and others
amārus -a -um
bitter; (of wine) dry, tart
amīculus -ī m.
friend (dim. of amicus)
amīcus amīcī m.
friend
amnis amnis m.
river
ānser ānseris m.
goose
aptus -a -um
tied, prepared, ready
Aquīnus -ī m.
name of a Roman poet.
arāneosus -a -um
cobwebby
attingō attingere attigī attāctus
touch; touch upon (in speaking), mention
attribuō attribuere attribuī attribūtus
assign, allot
aurifer aurifera auriferum
gold-bearing
avītus -a -um
of a grandfather; ancestral
bāsium bāsī(ī) n.
a kiss
bellus -a -um
pretty, nice, fine, charming
Bīthÿnus -a -um
Bithynian
Britannia -ae f.
Britain
cachinnus cachinnī m.
laugh, guffaw; metaph. of rippling waves
caelicola -ae m./f.
an inhabitan of heaven, god or goddess
caesius -a -um
having gray or gray-blue eyes; gray-eyed
calix -icis m.
dish; drinking cup
Calvus -ī m.
cognomen of C. Licinius Calvus
capillus capillī m.
hair
caprimulgus caprimulgī m.
goat milker
catagraphus -a -um
embroidered, colored, painted; embroidered (cloth)
Catullus -ī m.
cognomen of Gaius Valerius Catullus
certō or certē
certainly, surely
charta chartae f.
a sheet or roll of papyrus
cinaedus ī m.
a catamite or passive homosexual, one who submits to anal intercourse; an effeminate male
cinaedus -a -um
resembling or typical of a cinaedus; loosely used of a lewdly contemptible person, (fem.) slut
cliēns clientis m.
a person attached to a patronus for legal and other protection in a semi-feudal relationship
cohors cohortis f.
retinue, staff, entourage
columbus columbī m.
a male or cock pigeon
comedō comesse or comedere comēdī comēsum
eat up; squander
comō -āre -āvī -ātum
be covered with hair or foliage
conscrībillō -āre -āvī -ātum
scrawl over, cover with scribbling, mark up
continuus -a -um
uninterrupted, in a row, continuous
cubīle cubīlis n.
bed, couch
cunīculus -ī m.
rabbit
decem; decimus -a -um
ten
decet decēre decuīt
be suitable or fitting
dēvorō dēvorāre dēvorāvī dēvorātus
eat up, devour
dicāx
well-spoken, quick with repartee
dictum dictī n.
anything said; word, saying
diffutūtus -a -um
subjected to widespread sexual demands; dissipated by sex; sexually overworked
dīrigō (dērigō) -ere -rēxī -rēctus
align, make straight, aim
dīva -ae f.
goddess; any female immortal, e.g., the sea nymph Thetis
ducentiēs or ducentiēns
two hundred times
ēbriosus -a -um
addicted to drink
ēbrius -a -um
intoxicated; metaph., drunk with love
ecquisnam
any one? anybody?
ēheu
interj., Alas!
elluor elluārī elluatus sum
overspend on food and luxury
erus -ī m.
master
expatrō -āre
waste, squander
expedītus -a -um
unencumbered; lightened, as for action or travel
expendō -ere -pendī -pēnsus
weigh; pay out
Fabullus -ī m.
a nomen gentile of the Roman gens Fabius (dim. of Fabius)
factum factī n.
deed, something done
Falernum -ī n.
Falernian wine, from a northern district of Campania
fallax -ācis
treacherous, deceptive
farciō farcīre farsī fartum
stuff
fessus -a -um
tired, exhausted
flagellum -ī n.
whip, lash; the whiplike shoot of a vine
fossor -ōris m.
a digger, agricultural laborer, ditchdigger
foveō fovēre fōvī fōtus
keep warm; cherish, coddle
gener generī m.
Son-in-law
Hibērus -ī m.
of Iberia, Spanish
horreō horrēre horruī
bristle; shudder or tremble at, fear; regard with awe or dread
illūc
thither, to that place
immemor -oris
forgetful, heedless, feckless
impudīcus -a -um
sexually immoral, licentious
īmulus -a -um
lowest, deepest
incitō incitāre incitāvī incitātus
incite, provoke, stir
incommodum -ī n.
detriment, harm; pl., misfortune
ineptiae -ārum f.
instances of folly, frivolities
ineptus -a -um
foolish, gauche, awkward
īnfacētus -a -um
boorish, gauche
ingerō -ere -gessī -gestus
bring in, pour
insolenter
contrary to custom; immoderately; arrogantly
īnsula īnsulae f.
island
intereā
in the meantime; with adversative force, in these circumstances
invīsō -ere -vīsī -vīsus
go to see; look upon
involō -āre -āvī -ātum
fly at, swoop down upon (to steal)
irritus (inritus) -a -um
not ratified, null and void; empty, unfulfilled, vain
irrumō irrumāre irrumāvī irrumātus
to force someone to give oral sex (fellatio), as a means of humiliating him
lacus lacūs m.
lake
laetus -a -um
glad, happy
lancinō lanciānre lancinātus
tear to pieces, mangle
lāneus -a -um
woolly
languidus -a -um
weary, drooping, flaccid
Lār Laris m.
household god
latusculum -ī n.
side, flank (dim. of latus)
lēctor -ōris m.
reader
lentus -a -um
supple, pliant; slow, taking one's time, unconcerned, at ease
lepor lepōris m.
charm, grace, wit; term of endearment
libellus libellī m.
little book; book-shop (dim. of liber)
libet (libēre) libuit libitum est
intr. w/ dat. of person pleased: to be pleasing
librārius -iī m.
scribe; book dealer
linquō linquere līquī
leave, quit
liqueō liquēre licuī/liquī
liquid, flowing; clear, transparent
litterātor -ōris m.
schoolteacher
longē
far, for a great distance or time; by far, to a considerable degree
lōrum lōrī n. or lorus -ī m.
a leather strap for tying
lucellum -ī n.
a small profit (dim. of lucrum)
lūceō lūcēre lūxī
shine; dawn
lumbus lumbī m.
groin, pl. loins
Lȳdius -a -um.
Lydian, of Lydia
lympha -ae f.
a water nymph; (poet.) water
magistra -ae f.
mistress, i.e., woman in charge
mālus -ī m.
apple
Māmurra -ae m.
name of a family at Formiae
mantica manticae f.
knapsack
mās maris
a male
medulla medullae f.
the marrow of the bones; the interior, inside, seat of the emotions
membrāna membrānae f.
sheepskin or goatskin used as parchment or as a cover for manuscripts
Memmius -iī m.
Roman nomen gentile
mentula mentulae f.
penis
merus -a -um
pure, undiluted (esp. of wine)
migrō migrāre migrāvī migrātus
move, migrate
minister ministrī m.
servant, attendant, acolyte
minūtus -a -um
small
molliculus -a -um
somewhat voluptuous, unmanly, or erotic (dim. of mollis)
mulierārius -a -um
belonging to a woman, sent by a woman
multum
adj. & more
nebula -ae f.
mist, cloud
Neptūnus -ī m.
Neptune or Poseidon, god of the sea; the sea
nequeō nequīre nequiī/nequīvī nequitum
to be unable (to)
nihilum/nīlum nihilī/nīlī n.
nothing; abl. w/ adv. Force, an emphatic form of non: not at all
nīmīrum
no wonder, doubtless
nōbilis nōbile
well-known, famous, illustrious
occidēns -entis
the region where the sun sets, the west
ocellus ocellī m.
eye; as term of endearment, darling (dim. of oculus)
opprobrium -ī n.
shame, disgrace
oricilla -ae f.
a little ear (dim. of auris)
oscitō -āre -āvī -ātum
yawn
palimpsēstus palimpsēstī m.
a palimpsest, papyrus recycled by erasure to make a low-cost writing material
pallium palli(ī) n.
a rectangular cloth worn as an outer garment, Gk. himation
parum; minus; minimē
too little; not at all
pathicus -a -um
a pathic or catamite, one who submits to anal sex
patrimōnium patrimōni(ī) n.
estate, fortune
pēdīcō -āre -āvī -ātum
sodomize, bugger, or inflict anal sex upon a person (sts. as a way of humiliating him)
pēnis -is m.
tail; penis
perambulō perambulāre perambulāvī perambulātus
walk around in; make a tour of
perscrībō perscrībere perscrīpsī perscrīptum
write out in full, finish writing
pilōsus -a -um
hairy, shaggy
Pīsō -onis m.
cognomen of the Gens Calpurnia
poēma -atis n.
poem
poēta poētae m.
poet
Ponticus -a -um
of or on the Black Sea
postmodo
later
Postumius -ī m.
name of a Roman gens
praeda praedae f.
booty, prey
probē
well
prūriō prūrīre
itch, tingle; have a sexual craving, be sexually excited
pūmex pūmicis m. (f. in Catullus)
pumice or any similar volcanic rock, used to smooth the ends of book-rolls
quantum
rel. as much as
rapax -ācis
predatory, rapacious
reglūtinō -āre -āvī -ātum
unglue, unstick
remūneror -ārī -ātus sum
repay
Remus -ī m.
brother of Romulus, legendary founder of Rome
retrahō -ere -trāxī -trāctus
drag backwards; withdraw
rūrsus or rūrsum
back again; contrariwise
rūs rūris n.
country, boondocks
Saetabus -a -um
of or made in Saetabis, a town in Hispania Tarraconensis (cf. mod. Tarragona)
sāl salis m.
salt; fig., of a quality that gives character and flavor, wit; by metonymy, the sea
salveō -ēre
greetings! hail!
sarcinula -ae f.
a light knapsack
Sāturnālia -ium n. pl.
the festival of Saturn, beginning Dec. 17, a period of merriment and license
scrīnium -iī n.
a cylindrical wooden box for holding rolled books (volumina)
scurra scurrae f.
a fashionable man about town
senex senis m.
old man
sevērus -a -um
austere, stern, strict, grave
sinister -a -um
left; harmful, perverse, misguided
Sirmiō -ōnis f.
mod. Sermione, a long promontory running out into Lacus Benacus (mod. Lago di Garda)
situs sitūs m.
stagnation, mold, rust, decrepitude
socer socerī m.
father-in-law
sodālis sodālis m.
crony, buddy, comrade
stagnum stagnī n.
any expanse of standing water: pool, lagoon, lake
sūdārium sūdāri(ī) n.
a cloth carried to wipe off sweat (sudor), also used as a napkin
Suffēnus -ī m.
name of a Roman poet
Sulla -ae m.
a Roman cognomen
superfluō superfluere superflūxī superflūxus
overflow; be or have more than enough
supīnus -a -um
lying on the back; facing upwards; flat; helpless
suspicor suspicārī suspicātus sum
guess, infer; suspect
Tagus -ī m.
the Tagus (mod. Tajo) river, which flowes west through central Spain and empties into the Atlantic near mod. Lisbon, Portugal
tantum
pron. such a quantity, so much; acc. as to such a degree; only; tantum ... quantum: as much .. as
tergum tergī n. or tergus -oris n.
back; hide from an animal's back
Thallus -ī m.
a praenomen
Thyōniānus -ī m.
an adherent of Bacchus
Thÿnia -ae f.
the country of the Thyni; Bithynia
Thÿnus -a um
Bithynian
trabs trabis f.
tree trunk, timber; by metonymy, boat; penis, "shaft"
trecentiēs
300 times
trītus -a -um
worn
turpiter
in an unbecoming or disgraceful manner
umbilīcus umbilīcī m.
navel; the ornamental end of the cylinder on which a papyrus roll is wound
ūnanimus -a -um
sharing a single attitude, like-minded
ūnctus -a -um
greasy, well-oiled, rich
unguis -is m.
fingernail, claw, talon
ūnicus -a -um
one and only, singular, unique, special
vappa -ae f.
flat wine; masc., a person who had gone flat, a nerd or dud
Vārus -ī m.
friend of Catullus
vāstus -a -um
desolate, uninhabited, featureless, dreary, endless
Vatīniānus -ī m.
of or pertaining to Publius Vatinius
venustus -a -um
lovely, attractive, charming; graceful, pretty, neat
Verānius -iī m.
friend of Catullus
verpa -ae f.
penis with foreskin drawn back; erect penis
versiculus versiculī m.
light verse, a short line of verse, epigrammatic verse (dim. of versus)
versus versūs m.
a line of verse; verse, poetry
vēsāniō -īre
rage
vetulus -a -um
old (dim. of vetus)
vīnum vīnī n. or vīnus vīnī m.
wine
vorāx vorācis m.
ravenous, insatiable
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