102 terms

Apuleius' Metamorphoses 3.8.1-4 (all words with macrons, minus vocab from Latin 101)

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abripiō abripere abripuī abreptus
to take away violently
adfīgō -ere -fīxī -fīxus
to fasten to
anus anūs f.
old woman
applaudō -ere -plausī
to strike one thing upon another
arrigō -ere -rēxī -rēctus
to raise up; erect; bristle up
āter atra atrum
black
augeō augēre auxī auctus
to increase
cadāver -eris n.
dead body
caedō caedere cecīdī caesus
to kill, strike, cut
circumfundō -fundere -fūdī -fūsus
to pour around; to encompass
compellō compellere compulī compulsus
to drive
contegō -ere -tēxī -tēctus
to cover
contemplātiō -ōnis f.
a viewing, contemplation
crux crucis f.
cross
dēcurrō -ere -cucurrī (currī) -cursus
to run down
dēstituō dēstituere dēstituī dēstitūtum
to set down; leave alone
dētegō -ere -tēxī -tēctus
to uncover
duplicō duplicāre duplicāvī duplicātus
to fold over; double
eiulō -āre
to wail, to lament; to bewail, lament over
ēvincō -ere -vīcī -victus
to conquer completely; overcome
faciēs facieī f.
appearance
familia familiae f.
household, family
flagrum -ī n.
whip
flēbilis -e
worthy of tears, lamentable
flētus fletūs m.
weeping
forāmen -inis n.
an opening, hole
fōrma fōrmae f.
shape; beauty
formīdō formīdāre formīdāvī formīdātus
to be in dread; to dread
Graeciēnsis -e
from Greece, from the Greeks
hiō hiāre hiāvī hiātus
to yawn
horridus -a -um
rough, uncouth
hūmānitās hūmānitātis f.
humanity
īlicō
in that very place, on the spot, there
indignātiō -ōnis f.
displeasure
indīgnus -a -um
unworthy (of)
īnflō īnflāre īnflāvī īnflātus
to blow into; fill
ingrātis
against the will (of)
instanter
earnestly, pressingly
integer integra integrum
untouched, fresh, complete
iugulō iugulāre iugulāvī iugulātus
to cut the throat; slay
lacrimōsus -a -um
tearful
lātrō lātrāre lātrāvī lātrātus
to bark
lectulus -ī m.
bed, couch (dim. of lectus)
līctor -ōris m.
a lictor
litō litāre litāvī litātus
to sacrifice auspiciously; atone
luctor -ārī
to wrestle, struggle, strive
maestitia -ae f.
grief
maestus -a -um
sad, depressing
medius -a -um
middle, in the middle, in half
misereor -ērī miseritus sum
to pity
mōnstrum mōnstrī n.
omen; monster
mūtātiō -ōnis f.
change, alteration
necessitās necessitātis f.
necessity, need
necō necārī necāvī necātus
to kill
numerō numerāre numerāvī numerātus
to count
obserō -ere -sēvī -situs
to plant upon or over
obstupefaciō -facere -fēcī -factus
to amaze, stun
oleagineus -a -um
of or belonging to an olive tree
oppidō
very much
Orcus -ī m.
Orcus
ostēnsiō -ōnis f.
a showing, exhibiting, manifestation
pallium palli(ī) n.
cloak, coverlet
pannus -ī m.
a piece of cloth
parvulus -a -um
very small
pecūlium -ī n.
property; money
perēmptor -ōris m.
killer, destroyer, murderer
plangor -ōris m.
lamentation by beating the breast; lamentation
pōne
behind, after
porrigō porrigere porrēxī porrēctum
to stretch forth
praecēdō -ere -cessī -cessus
to go before
Prōserpina -ae f.
Proserpina
quatiō quatere quassī quassum
to shake
rāmus rāmī m.
branch
recordor recordārī recordātus sum
to remember
regiō regiōnis f.
region
renuō renuere renuī —
to deny (by motion of the head)
repentīnus -a -um
sudden
retegō retegere retēxī retēctus
to uncover, reveal
revēlō -āre
to unveil, uncover
rītus -ūs m.
farm of religious ceremonial; form
rota rotae f.
wheel
saeviō saevīre saeviī saevitum
to rage
saltem
at least
secō secāre secuī sectum
to cut
sinus sinūs m.
fold, pocket, chest
sōlācium sōlāci(ī) n.
comfort
sōlitūdō -inis f.
solitude
subitō
suddenly
succumbō -ere -cubuī -cubitus
to fall down; succumb
succurrō -currere -currī -cursūrum
to come to mind
super
over (adv. and prep. +acc.)
tantum
only
theātrum theātrī n.
theater
tolerō tolerāre tolerāvī tolerātus
to endure
trūdō -ere -sī -sus
to thrust
turbō turbāre turbāvī turbātus
to disturb
ūter ūtris m.
(wine) skin
vēritās vēritātis f.
truth
vespertīnus -a -um
of the evening, evening
vestis vestis f.
clothing
viduitās -ātis f.
beravement, widowhood
vindicta -ae f.
vengeance, punishment
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