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Latin 102 Week 8: Catullus 100-101, 104, 107, 110, 112-113, 115, 116

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adfīgō -ere -fīxī -fīxus
to fasten to, put to, cling to
adimō adimere adēmī adēmptus
remove, take
amictus -ūs m.
a mantle or cloak
corripiō corripere corripuī correptum
seize hold of
Croesus -ī m.
Croesus (sixth century B.C. king of Lydia, famous for his wealth)
cupidus -a -um
desirous, eager
dēpereō -perīre -periī
perish; (hyperbolic) love to death, love to distraction
faveō favēre fāvī fautus
be well-disposed, show favor to (w/dat.)
fēcundus -a -um
productive of offspring; fertile, fruitful
Hyperboreī -ōrum m. pl.
Hyperboreans (a legendary people of the far north)
indīgnus -a -um
unworthy; undeserved
īnferiae īnferiārum f.
offerings made to a dead person's manes; rites in honor of the dead
ingēns ingentis
huge, vast
ingenuus -a -um
native, natural; befitting a free-born person, generous, frank; (m. or f. subst.) a freeborn person
inspērans -ntis
not hoping or expecting
iūgerum -ī n.
a measure of land, about two-thirds of an acre
iuvenis iuvenis m.
youth, young man
lēniō lēnīre lēnīvī lēnītus
make less violent, assuage; appease; mollify
maledīcō (malē dīcō) -cere -xī -ctum
speak ill of, abuse, insult
mānō mānāre mānāvī mānātus
flow, run, frip
medulla medullae f.
the marrow of the bones; the interior, inside, seat of the emotions
mentula mentulae f.
penis
meretrix meretricis f.
courtesan; hetaera; a woman who makes money from lovers
mināx -ācis
menacing, threatening
mōnstrum mōnstrī n.
portent, prodigy, apparition; monster; a monstrous act, attrocity
ōceanus -ī m.
Ocean, god of the sea, husband of Tethys
optingō -tingere -tigī
occur, fall to one's lot
palūs -ūdis f.
swamp
pathicus -a -um
a pathic or catamite, one who submits to anal sex
possideō -ēre -sēdī -sessus
have (land) in one's control; hold as property
postrēmus
final
prātum prātī n.
meadow
prōpōnō prōpōnere prōposuī prōpositus
expose to view, set forth, offer, propound, propose
propriē
properly; particularly, especially; in the strictest or truest sense
prostituō -stituere -stituī -stitūtum
to prostitute
quandōquidem
rel. since
restituō restituere restituī restitūtus
rebuild; restore, cure; give back unharmed or in its original state
scindō scindere scidī scissum
split
sincērē
without impairment, falsehood, or dishonesty
torreō -ēre -uī -tostus
scorch, parch
ultrō
to a point farther off; of one's own accord, unasked
ūnicus -a -um
one and only, singular, unique, special
Vērōnensis -e (adj.)
belonging to/native of Verona; Veronese
vēsānus -a -um
frenzied, mad, wild