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LATN102 Week 9 Vocabulary: Apuleius' Metamorphoses (1.1.1-1.2.1, 2.1.1-2.2.1, 2.6-7, 3.1: all words with macrons minus Latin 101 vocab)

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adgredior (aggredior) aggredī aggressus sum
to approach
advena -ae m./f.
new comer
aerumnābilis -e
full of trouble, calamitous
argūtiae -ārum f. or argūtia -ae f.
liveliness, animation
Attis -idis m.
Attis (in myth, a eunuch consort of the goddess Cybele)
benevolus -a -um
bountiful, friendly
calamus -ī m.
reed or cane; an arrow
cōnserō -ere -sēvī -situs (satus)
to sow or plant
convertō -ere -vertī
to turn round, cause to turn, turn back
dēsultōrius -a -um
desultory, superficial
ēn or em
look!
Ephyraeius -a -um
Ephyrean, Corinthian
equidem
indeed
excolō -ere -uī -cultus
to cultivate completely; refine
exōrdior exōrdīrī exōrsus sum
to begin
exōticus -a -um
foreign, exotic, imported
figūra figūrae f.
form, shape
forēnsis forēnsis forēnse
of the forum, public
glaeba -ae f.
lump of earth; clod; soil
Graecānicus -a -um
Greek, Graecian, in the manner of the Greeks
Hymettus -ī m.
Mt. Hymettus
laetor laetārī laetātus sum
to rejoice, be glad
immūtātiō -ōnis f.
a change, exchanging, interchange
indigena -ae
born in the land
īnspiciō -ere -spexī -spectus
to look into or overlook
Latius -a -um
of or belonging to Latium
lēctor -ōris m.
reader
lepidus -a -um
charming, nice
locūtor (loquūtor) -ōris m.
a speaker
māternus -a -um
maternal
Mīlēsius -a -um
Milesian, of or from Miletus
pueritia pueritiae f.
boyhood
nexus -ūs m.
a fastening, joining
Nīlōticus -a -um
of the Nile
orīgō -inis f.
origin
papȳrus -ī f.
papyrus
permulceō -ēre -mulsī -mulsus (-mulctus)
to stroke; calm
praeeō -īre -īvī -or iī -itus -īre
to go before; p.
praefor -fātus sum
to address first
prōsāpia -ae f.
a stock, race, family
Quirīs Quirītis m.
Quiris
reficiō reficere refēcī refectus
to repair
rūrsus or rūrsum
back
spernō spernere sprēvī sprētum
to reject
Spartiāticus -a -um
Spartan
stīpendium stīpendi(ī) n.
tax
stilus stilus -ī m.
a pointed instrument
mōns montis m.
mountain
susurrō -ōnis m.
whisper, hum
Taenarus (Taenaros) -ī m. or Taenarum -ī n.
Taenarus
Thessalia -ae f.
Thessaly (region)
arduus -a -um
steep, difficult
caespes -itis f.
turf
fundāmentum -ī n.
foundation
glēbōsus -a -um
filled with clods, compact
inclutus -a -um
famous, glorious
lūbricus -a -um
smooth, slippery
negōtium negōti(ī) n.
business
nepōs nepōtis m.
grandchild; descendant
petō petere petiī/petīvī petītus
to seek, go towards
postquam
after
philosophus -a -um
philosophical
Plūtarchus -ī m.
Plutarchus (name)
prōdō prodere prōdidī prōditus
to put forth, betray
vallēs vallis f.
valley
roscidus -a -um
dew-covered, dewy
Sextus -ī m.
Sextus
aliōquīn or aliōquī
otherwise
ambiō -īre -īvī (-iī) -ītus
to go round; strive for, aim at; encompass
ānxius -a -um
troubled, disquieted
arbor (or arbos) arboris f.
tree, mast
Aristomenēs -is m.
Aristomenes (name)
ars artis f.
skill
attonō attonāre attonuī attonitus
to thunder at
avis avis f.
bird
bōs bovis m.
ox
cantāmen -inis n.
a spell, a charm, magic incantation
celebrō celebrāre celebrāvī celebrātus
to frequent; celebrate
consonus -a -um
harmonious
cruciābilis -e
tormenting, painful, excruciating, miserable
cupīdō cupidinis f.
desire, craving
cupidus -a -um
desirious
cūriōsus -a -um
careful, diligent
discutiō -ere -cussī -cussus
to shake off
ēmergō -gere -sī -sum
to come out of the water, emerge
exorior exorīrī exortus sum
to rise up, proceed
fērālis -e
pertaining to the dead
fluō fluere flūxī fluxus
to flow
foliātus -a -um
leaved, leafy
fontānus -a -um
of a spring or fountain
incēdō incēdere incessī incessus
to go, happen; proceed; walk (in a stately manner)
indidem
from the same place
iubar -aris n.
brightness
latex -icis m.
liquid; liquor; wine
lectulus -ī m.
bed, couch (dim. of lectus)
luxus -a -um
dislocation
magicus -a -um
pertaining to magi, or magicians
medius -a -um
middle, in the middle, in half
mīrus -a -um
marvelous, wonderful
murmur murmuris n.
rumble, roar; murmur
nātīvus -a -um
native, natural
nepōtālis -e
extravagant, prodigal, profuse
ōrāculum -ī n.
oracle, prophecy
pecū -ūs n.
cattle, large cattle
plūmō plūmāre
to cover with feathers, to feather
pōmērium -ī n.
open space round city walls
praesāgium -ī n.
a foreboding
prōrsus
forwards; straightway
quā
where; how; anyhow; anywhere
reputō reputāre reputāvī reputātus
to think, consider
similiter
similarly
situs -a -um
situated, located
sōl sōlis m.
sun
stupidus -a -um
senseless
subitō
suddenly
suspendō suspendere suspendī suspēnsum
to hang
adflō adflāre adflāvī adflātus
to blow upon; breathe upon
altiusculus -a -um
somewhat highly
amāns -antis
loving, fond; (subst.) a lover
āmēns āmentis
mad, insane
amiciō -īre -icuī (-ixī) -ictus
cover, clothe; surround
ārdor ārdōris m.
burning, heat, eagerness
argūtulus -a -um
a little noisy, talkative
barathrum -ī n.
an abyss
blandus -a -um
flattering, pleasant
catēna -ae f.
chain, fetter
cautēla -ae f.
caution, precaution
celerō celerāre celerāvī celerātus
to speed
cibārius -a -um
pertaining to food; suitable for eating
circulus -ī m.
circle or orbit; ring; chain; a group of people, an audience
cōmis -e
courteous, friendly
comminus
hand to hand
concieō -ēre -īvī -itus
to call together; incite
condiō -īre -īvī -ītus
to season, spice
cōnsecō -āre
to cut up, cut to pieces
co-operiō -operīre -operuī -opertum
to cover over, bury
crebēr crēbra crēbrum
thick, crowded, close
cubiculum -ī n.
bedroom
decenter
decently, properly
dicāculus -a -um
talkative, loquacious; facetious, witty
digitus digitī m.
finger
disputō disputāre disputāvī disputātus
to discuss, debate, argue
diūtinus (diutinus) -a -um
of long duration
ēnītor ēnītī ēnīsus/ēnīxus sum
to struggle, strive, give birth to
ēvolō ēvolāre ēvolāvī ēvolātus
to fly away
exoptō -āre -āvī -ātus
to choose out; wish exceedingly
expleō explēre explēvī explētus
to fill up, fulfil
ē-vigilō ēvigilāre
to be wakeful, be vigilant
famulus -a -um
serving, serviceable, servile
fartim
by stuffing or cramming, closely, densely
fasciola -ae f.
a little bandage
faustus -a -um
fortunate, lucky
festīnus -a -um
hastening
fēstīvus -a -um
agreeable, humorous
flexus -ūs m.
curl, wave; the act of bending or curling
floridus -a -um
full of flowers, flowery
foculus -ī m.
a sacrificial hearth
fōrma fōrmae f.
shape; beauty
formīdō formīdāre formīdāvī formīdātus
to be in dread; to dread
frustrātim
piecemeal, in pieces
geniālis -e
sacred to the guardian spirit; genial
gestiō -ōnis f.
a doing, performance
igniculus -ī m.
a little flame, spark
illūbricō -āre
to make slippery
intingō -ere -nxī -nctum
to dip in, soak
intorqueō -ēre -torsī -tortus
to turn or hurl toward
invītus -a -um
unwilling
iūrulentus -a -um
juicy, not dried
līneus -a -um
flaxen, pale yellow
lūdicer -cra -crum
vain, trivial
lumbus lumbī m.
loin
magisterium -ī n.
a directorship; teaching, guardianship
mellītus -a -um
sweet with/as honey
membrum membrī n.
limb
met
an enclitic intensifies personal pronouns
Milō(n) -ōnis m.
Milo (name)
mīrābundus -a -um
wondering, astonished, full of wonder
misellus -a -um
wretched
mōbilis -e
movable, loose
modicus modica modicum
moderate, modest, temperate
mundulus -a -um
cleanly, neatly, trim
nāris -is f.
nostril; pl., nares -ium, the nostrils
natis -is f.
buttock
nāviter
diligently, actively, zealously
Norbānus -ī m.
Norbanus (a name)
obstipēscō -ere -stipuī (stupuī)
to become stupefied; to be astonished
occāsiō occāsiōnis f.
opportunity
ollula -ae f.
a little pot
ōsculor ōsculārī
to kiss
palmula -ae f.
small palm; an oar-blade
Pamphilus -ī m.
Pamphilius (name)
papilla -ae f.
nipple, breast
pernīciter
nimbly, with quick motion of the legs
perquam
as much as possible, extremely
Phōtis (Fōtis) Phōtidis
Photis (name)
placidus -a -um
pleasant
praecipitō praecipitāre praecipitāvī praecipitātus
to throw down
praeniteō -ēre -uī —
shine brightly; shine with superior brightness (to)
probus -a -um
good
procul
at a distance
puella puellae f.
girl
puerīlis -e
boyish
pulmentum -ī n.
a relish
pulpa -ae f.
flesh
quatiō quatere quassī quassum
to shake
religiōsus -a -um
reverent, superstitious
retrōrsus or retrōrsum
backwards, back
rotō rotāre rotāvī rotātus
to move like a wheel; whirl about
russeus -a -um
reddish
saltus saltūs m.
jump
salveō -ēre
to be well; imperative
sapidus -a -um
tasty, savory
scītulus -a -um
handsome, pretty, neat, elegant
sēnsim
little by little, just perceptibly
spīna -ae f.
thorn
suāvis suāve
agreeable, sweet, charming
subsistō -ere -stitī
to stand after; halt
succinctulus -a -um
girlded, girt
succutiō -ere -cussī -cussus
to fling up from below, fling aloft
sūs suis m. or f.
pig
suspiciō suspicere suspexī suspectus
to take up; recognize; accept
tantum
only
temperō temperāre temperāvī temperātus
to moderate
temptō temptāre temptāvī temptātus
to try
torum -ī n. (also torus -ī m.)
bed, couch, cushion
tuccētum -ī n.
a kind of sausage, meat pudding
tunica tunicae f.
tunic
ultrō
furthermore, beyond; voluntarily
undeunde or unde unde
from any source whatever; by hook or by crook
undō undāre undāvī undātus
to rise in waves
vādō vādere vāsī vāsum
to go
vasculum (vāsculum) -ī n.
a small vessel
vēcors -cordis
demented
venerius -a -um
of or belonging to Venus
vespera -ae f.
the evening
vestīgium vestīgi(ī) n.
footstep
vibrō vibrāre vibrāvī vibrātus
to shake
alternus -a -um
one after the other
aurōra aurōrae f.
dawn, aurora
carnifex -icis m.
executioner
cecssim
turned backwards, backwards
Chaldaeus -a -um
Chaldaean
clāmor clāmōris
outcry, shout
commodum commodī n.
benefit
complicō (conp-) -plicāre
to fold together, fold up
cōnectō -nectere -nexuī -nexum
connect
dēlibuō -ere -uī -ūtum
to anoint with a liquid
Diophanes -is m.
Diophanes (name)
eiulō -āre
to wail, to lament; to bewail, lament over
fleō flēre flēvī flētus
to cry
frequēns frequentis
often
genū genūs n.
knee
glōriōsus -a -um
full of glory
grabātus -ī m.
a low, cheap bed, pallet, cot
identidem
again and again
imāginābundus -a -um
that represents or pictures to himself
inequitō -āre
to traverse the sky (ie the day broke)
innocēns
innocent, harmless
īnsideō -ēre -sēdī -sessus
to sit or be seated on; w. dat.
invādō invādere invāsī invāsum
to go in
iūdex iūdicis m.
judge; juror
lacertus -ī m.
the arm, esp. the upper arm
mītis mīte
mild; ripe
obstinātus -a -um
resolved
optingō -tingere -tigī
to occur, fall to one's lot
peregrīnātiō -ōnis f.
journey abroad, foreign travel
perlinō -ere -lēvī
to smear all over
perstrepō -ere -uī -itus
to make much noise
phalerae -ārum f. or phalera -ōrum n. pl.
metal disks, horse ornaments; ornaments
prōnūntiō prōnuntiāre prōnuntiāvī prōnuntiātus
to pronounce, speak
pūnicāns -antis
red, reddish, ruddy, blushing
recordātiō -ōnis f.
recollection
replicō -āre
to fold back, bend back, unroll
revellō -ere -vellī -vulsus
to pull back; pluck out
roseus -a -um
rosy
super
over (adv. and prep. +acc.)
trīnus -a -um
3 each
ūbertim
copiously
vespertīnus -a -um
of the evening, evening
vicissitūdō -inis f.
change, vicissitude
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