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Latin 102 Week 7: Catullus 77, 79-80, 82-83, 85-87, 91-93, 95-99

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abstergeō -ēre abstersī abstersum
wipe clean
acceptus -a -um
welcome, acceptable, pleasing
adsiduē
continually, constantly
aegrotus -a -um
diseased
ambrosia ambrosiae f.
the food of the gods, ambrosia
Antimachus -ī m.
Antimachus of Colophon (poet of 5/4 cent. B.C. famed for his prolixity)
articulus articulī m.
joint; finger
asinus -ī m.
ass, donkey
āter atra atrum
black, dark-complexioned
attingō attingere attigī attāctus
touch; touch upon (in speaking), mention
candidus -a -um
bright; white; fair-skinned (implying beauty); gorgeous (of a woman)
cānus -a -um
white, whitened
carnifex -icis m.
executioner; scoundrel
carpatinus -a -um
made of hide
cavus -a -um
hollow; deep
cessō cessāre cessāvī cessātus
hold back, desist
commēiō -mēīre -minxī -mictum
defile with urine; soil, pollute
cōnfiteor cōnfitērī cōnfessus sum
admit
cōnstāns cōnstantis
steady, resolute, steadfast
crepida -ae f.
a thick-soled sandal of a Greek type
crux crucis f.
a cross; a stake for impalement
cūlus cūlī m.
anus
cunnus -ī m.
vulva, the female pudenda (cf. Eng. ****)
dēmō dēmere dēmpsī dēmptus
remove, take away
dēns dentis m.
tooth
diffindō -ere -fidī -fissus
split
dīluō dīluere dīluī dīlūtus
dissolve away; moisten, wash, bathe
edō ēsse ēdī ēsus
eat/consume/devour
elleborum elleborī n.
hellebore, any of a number of acrid and poisonous plants used medicinally, esp. as a cure for insanity
ēmulgeō -mulgēre -muslī -mulsum
milk; draw off
excruciō excruciāre excruciāvī excruciātus
torture, torment
fatuus -a -um
feeble minded, silly, foolish, asinine
fīdus -a -um
faithful, loyal, devoted
fleō flēre flēvī flētus
weep, cry; weep for, mourn
flētus fletūs m.
weeping; tears
futuō -uere -uī -ūtum
have sex with, ****; copulate
ganniō gannīre
snarl; speak in a hostile manner
germānus -a -um
sister
gingīva gingīvae f.
the gums
gutta guttae f.
a drop; teardrop
heu
interj., alas
hībernus -a -um
of winter
hīscō -ere
begin to open; open the mouth to speak
ideō
for the reason (that)
īlia -ium n. pl.
groin, genitals
immātūrus -a -um
unripe, immature; premature, untimely
immundus -a -um
unclean
impūnē
without punishment, with impunity
inhibeō -ēre -uī -itus
restrain
labellum labellī n.
lip (dim. of labrum)
labrum -ī n.
lip
laxus -a -um
spacious; loose
lingō lingere linxī linctum
lick
lupa lupae f.
she-wolf; prostitute
mālus -ī m.
apple
meiō meiere mixī mictus
urinate, make water; ejaculate
mellītus -a -um
honey-sweet
messis -is f.
harvest
mīca -ae f.
particle, grain
mūla -ae f.
a she mule
mūlus mūlī m.
mule; metaph., a stupid person
mundus -a -um
(comp. mundior) clean
mūtus -a -um
inarticulate, mute, dumb, silent
nihilum/nīlum nihilī/nīlī n.
nothing; abl. w/ adv. Force, an emphatic form of non: not at all
nix nivis f.
snow
obloquor obloquī oblocūtus
interrupt
octō; octāvus -a -um
indecl. adj., eight
olfaciō -acere -ēcī -actum
smell
perūrō -ūrere -ussī -ustum
burn up
pervolvō -volvere
go on unwinding (a book scroll)
pistrīnum -ī n.
mill
ploxenum -ī n.
the body of a carriage
posthāc
hereafter
probrum -ī n.
disgrace, scandal
prōpōnō prōpōnere prōposuī prōpositus
expose to view, set forth, offer, propound, propose
pūtidus -a -um
rotten; foul, stinking
quid nī or quidnī
why not? (rhetorical)
quīngentī -ae -a; quīngentēsimus -a -um
five hundred
renovō renovāre renovāvī renovātus
renew, restore
rictus -ūs m.
an open mouth
roseus -a -um
rosy, red
rumpō rumpere rūpī ruptus
break, rupture, split, burst
sāl salis m.
salt; fig., of a quality that gives character and flavor, wit; by metonymy, the sea
salīva salīvae f.
saliva, spit
Satrachus -ī m.
river in Cyprus (connected with the legend of Smyrna's son Adonis)
sāvium -ī n.
kiss; the lips formed for kissing
scomber -brī m.
mackerel
serum -ī n.
whey; any fluid similar in appearance, e.g., semen
sesquipedālis -e
one and a half feet long
sīcinē
sic + interrog. -ne: is this the way?
spurcus -a -um
filthy, foul, disgusting
suāviolum -ī n.
dim. of suavium, kiss; the lips formed for kissing
subrēpō -rēpere -rēpsī -rēptum
creep up to, steal upon
suffīgō -fīgere -fīxī -fīxum
to fasten beneath or below , to fasten or fix on , to affix
surripiō surripere surripuī surreptum
steal
suscitō suscitāre suscitāvī suscitātus
rouse, dislodge
susurrō susurrāre susurrāvī susurrātus
whisper
tantillum -ī n.
so little, so small a quantity
tentus -a -um
taut; engorged, erect
totidem
indecl. adj., the same number, as many
tumidus -a -um
swollen, bulging
turpis turpe
disgusting, repulsive, shameful, indecent
venus veneris f.
Venus or Aphrodite, goddess of love and charm
venustās venustātis f.
charm, grace, delightfulness
venustus -a -um
lovely, attractive, charming; graceful, pretty, neat
verbōsus -a -um
full of words, long-winded, talkative
vērē
truly, really, actually, rightly
victor victōris m.
winner, victor
vorō vorāre vorāvī vorātus
devour, eat up
Zmyrna -ae f.
Smyrna (city in Asia Minor (mod. Izmir); title of historical poem by C Helvius Cinna)