109 terms

Latin 102 Week 5: Catullus 46, 48-51, 55-57, 59-60

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adulter -erī m.
an illicit lover, adulterer
aequinoctiālis aequinoctiālis aequinoctiāle
(adj.) associated with the vernal or autumnal equinox
ambō ambae ambō
(pl. adj. & pron.) both
arista -ae f.
an ear of grain
audāciter or audācter
boldly
Bonōniensis -e
from Bononia (mod. Bologna)
cachinnus cachinnī m.
laugh, guffaw; metaph. of rippling waves
caedō caedere cecīdī caesus
strike, strike dead; to "beat" with sexual intercourse; cut through, hew
cēna cēnae f.
dinner
cibus cibī m.
food
circus -ī m.
a circle; a circular or oval arena where public games are held, esp. the Circus Maximus in Rome
contemnō contemnere contempsī contemptus
to value little, condemn, despise, disregard
dēfessus -a -um
exhausted, tired out
dēlicātus -a -um
given to luxury or pleasure; pampered; frisky, wanton, frivolous; elegant
dēmānō dēmānāre
run or drip down
dēmōnstrō dēmōnstrāre dēmōnstrāvī dēmōnstrātus
show
dēnsus -a -um
dense, closely packed
dēspuō dēspuere
spit down on the ground (to avert some evil); avert by spitting, spurn, reject
dēvolvō -ere -volvī -volūtus
roll something down from
Diōnē -ēs f.
the goddess Dione, mother of Aphrodite / Venus
disertus -a -um
skilled in speaking, articulate
dīversus -a -um (or dīvorsus)
turned or headed in different directions
ēgelidus -a -um
thawed, unchilled, tepid, warm
ēluō -ere -uī -ūtus
wash clean, wash out
ēn or em
interjection, see! behold!
ērudītulus -a -um (dim. of ērudītus)
well-instructed, learned
facētia -ae f.
cleverness, wit
fastus -ūs m.
conceit, arrogance
fellō -āre -āvī -ātum
suck milk; perform oral sex on a man
fēmella -ae f.
woman, girl (dim. of femina)
flāgitō (1)
beset with demands, importune
flamma flammae f.
flame, fire
Formiānus -a um
of Formiae (e.g., Mamurra)
gemellus -a -um
twin (adj. or subst.)
geminus -a -um
(adj.) double, twin
gestiō gestīre
desire eagerly; act without restraint, exult
hēsternus -a -um
of or belonging to yesterday
identidem
repeatedly, continually
illic illaec illuc
pron., that person or thing
illinc
from there
imprimō -primere -pressī -pressum
press on, imprint
indomitus -a -um
untamed; indomitable; violent
īnferus -a -um
lowest, deepest
inguen inguinis n.
groin
iocōsus -a -um
full of laughs, jolly, happy
iuvō iuvāre iūvī iūtus
help; please, gratify
lacteolus -a -um
milk-white (dim. of lacteus)
laetus -a -um
glad, happy
lātrō (1)
bark
leaena -ae f.
lioness
lecticulus -ī m.
bed, couch
Libystīnus -a -um
African
linquō linquere līquī
leave, quit
longē
far, for a great distance or time; by far
loquēla -ae f.
speech
lūdō lūdere lūsī lūsus
play
macula -ae f.
stain, blemish
mellītus -a -um
honey-sweet
membrum membrī n.
any part of the body; limb
mīrus -a -um
extraordinary, remarkable
morbosus -a -um
unhealthy, disease-ridden; morbidly lustful
Nemesis -eōs f.
Greek goddess of retribution
nepōs nepōtis m.
grandson, descendant
Nīcaea -ae f.
Nicaea (a city in Bithynia, mod. Iznik)
obserō obserāre obserāvī obserātus
place a bar across (a door), bolt
orō orāre orāvī orātus
pary, beseech, supplicate
osculātiō -ōnis f.
the action of kissing
palātum -ī n.
roof of the mouth, palate; by metonymy, the mouth (as the organ of speech)
pānis pānis m.
bread
papilla -ae f.
nipple; breast
poēma -atis n.
poem
poēta poētae m.
poet
praetrepidō -āre -āvī -ātum
tremble in anticipation
pre(he)ndō -ere prendī prēnsum
take hold of; accost
prius
before, earlier
procreō -āre -āvī -ātum
procreate, engender, beget
prōiciō -icere iēcī -iectum
fling forth, throw forward; renounce
prōtēlum -ī n.
a team of draft animals such as oxen
puellula -ae f.
little girl; by extension, a maiden of marriageable age (dim. of puella)
pūpulus -ī m.
a little boy
reclūdō -ere -clūsī -clūsus
open; uncover, lay bare
reposcō reposcere
demand back; claim as one's right, demand
rīdiculus -a -um
funny
rigida -ae f.
boner; the erect penis
rīvālis -is m.
(orig. one who shares the use of a stream, rivus) a rival, esp. in love
roseus -a -um
rosy, red
satur -a -um
well-fed; full
sedeō sedēre sēdī sessus
sit
seges -etis f.
a field or crop of standing grain
sēmimortuus -a -um
half-dead
sēmirāsus -a -um
partly shaven
sepulcrētum -ī n.
cemetary, graveyard
serēnus -a -um
clear, unclouded; calm, untroubled
silēscō silēscere siluī
become silent, grow quiet
sonitus -ūs m.
sound
supplex supplicis
(adj.) making humble entreaty; suppliant
tepor tepōris m.
warmth
tintinō (1)
make a ringing sound
torpeō torpēre
be numb or paralyzed
trūsō (1)
keep pushing or thrusting; w/ dat., of sexual intercourse
tundō tundere tutudī tūnsus
beat repeatedly, pound
ūber ūberis
abundant; fertile; rich
ustor -oris m.
a person employed to burn dead bodies
vagor -ārī -ātus sum
wander, roam
vēr vēris n.
spring
verbōsus -a -um
full of words, long-winded, talkative
volō volāre volāvī volātus
to fly
vorāx vorācis m.
ravenous, insatiable
Zephyrus -ī m.
the west wind
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