136 terms

Catullus 14, 16 (all words, with macrons and parts of speech)

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abeō abīre abiī abitum
go away or out; come off, turn out; escape criticism or other consequences Verb
ac
and; with comparisons, than Conjunction
ad
prep w/ acc.: to, at Preposition
admoveō admovēre admōvī admōtus
move near, stretch out toward Verb
afferō afferre attulī allātus
bring along, come with Verb
amō amāre amāvī amātus
love Verb
Aquīnus -ī m.
name of a Roman poet. Noun
Aurēlius -iī m.
belonging to the Roman gens Aurelia Noun
bāsium bāsī(ī) n.
a kiss Noun
beātus -a -um
happy, blessed; rich, well-to-do Adjective
bene; melius (comp.); optimē (superl.)
adv. well Adverb
bonus -a -um
good; of "good" social standing Adjective
caesius -a -um
having gray or gray-blue eyes; gray-eyed Adjective
Calvus -ī m.
cognomen of C. Licinius Calvus Noun
castus -a -um
free from vice, pure, chaste Adjective
Catullus -ī m.
cognomen of Gaius Valerius Catullus Noun
cinaedus -a -um
a catamite or passive homosexual, one who submits to anal intercourse; an effeminate male Adjective
cliēns clientis m.
a person attached to a patronus for legal and other protection in a semi-feudal relationship Noun
colligō colligere collēgī collēctus
gather Verb
continuus -a -um
uninterrupted, in a row, continuous Adjective
cūr
why Adverb
currō currere cucurrī cursus
run Verb
decet decēre decuīt
be suitable or fitting Verb
dēnique
finally Adverb
deus deī m.
god Noun
dīcō dīcere dīxī dictus
talk; say, declare; sing, recite; name, call Verb
diēs diēī m. or f.
day Noun
dispereō -īre -iī
perish; go for nothing, be wasted Verb
dō dare dedī datus
give, pay Verb
dūrus -a -um
hard; harsh, pitiless; dull; wooden, heavy, solid Adjective
ē ex
out of, from, in accordance with Preposition
egō meī mihi mē mē
abbr. form of dat. mihi, to me; vocative masc. sg. of meus Pronoun
et
and, too, also; et ... et, not only ... but also Conjunction
faciō facere fēcī factus
do, make, achieve, attain, reach Verb
falsus -a -um
untrue; deceitful Adjective
forte
by chance Adverb
Fūrius -iī m.
Roman nomen gentile Adjective
habeō habēre habuī habitus
have, hold Verb
hic haec hoc
this Pronoun
hinc
from this place or point Adverb
horreō horrēre horruī
bristle; shudder or tremble at, fear; regard with awe or dread Verb
horribilis horribile
fearful, dreadful; rough, uncouth Adjective
illūc
thither, to that place Adverb
impius -a -um
wicked, irreligious, without pietas Adjective
incitō incitāre incitāvī incitātus
incite, provoke, stir Verb
incommodum -ī n.
detriment, harm; pl., misfortune Noun
ineptiae -ārum f.
instances of folly, frivolities Noun
intereā
in the meantime; with adversative force, in these circumstances Adverb
ipse ipsa ipsum
pron., adj., himself, herself, itself; acting of his/her/its own accord; as subst. master or mistress Pronoun
irrumō irrumāre irrumāvī irrumātus
to force someone to give oral sex (fellatio), as a means of humiliating him Verb
iste ista istud
pron. & pron. adj., this (which you have or see); this Pronoun
iūcundus -a -um
pleasant, delightful Adjective
labor labōris m.
labor, effort, toil Noun
lēctor -ōris m.
reader Noun
legō legere lēgī lēctus
gather; remove; pick out; read, read about Verb
lepor lepōris m.
charm, grace, wit; term of endearment Noun
libellus libellī m.
little book; book-shop (dim. of liber) Noun
librārius -iī m.
scribe; book dealer Noun
litterātor -ōris m.
schoolteacher Noun
loquor loquī locūtus sum
speak; tell Verb
lūceō lūcēre lūxī
shine; dawn Verb
lumbus lumbī m.
groin, pl. loins Noun
māgnus -a -um
superl. maximus: large, great Adjective
male
badly, improperly Adverb
malum malī n.
trouble, misfortune, woe, aliment Noun
malus -a -um
bad, evil, malicious Adjective
manus manūs f.
hand Noun
mās maris
a male Noun
meus -a -um
my, mine Adjective
mīlle; mīllēsimus -a -um
a thousand Number
mittō mittere mīsī missus
send, send forth; (of weapons) throw, cast, hurl; emit, utter; cease, desist, omit; let go, release, abandon, discard; give Verb
molliculus -a -um
somewhat voluptuous, unmanly, or erotic (dim. of mollis) Adjective
moveō movēre mōvī mōtus
move Verb
multum
adj. & more Adverb
multus -a -um
much; a lot of, many a; (pl.) many Adjective
mūnus mūneris n.
function, duty, task; gift; favor Noun
nam
explanatory particle, for; as encl., for lively or impatient emphasis, indicating the point of a line of questioning Conjunction
necesse
essential, necessary Adjective
nequeō nequīre nequiī/nequīvī nequitum
to be unable (to) Verb
nihil or nīl n.
indecl. n., nothing; w/ adv. force, an emphatic form of non; not at all Pronoun
nisi or nī
unless, except if Conjunction
nōn
not Adverb
nōs nostrum/nostrī
we us Pronoun
novus -a -um
latest, last Adjective
oculus oculī m.
eye Noun
ōdī ōdisse
hate; repudiate, have no patience for Verb
odium odiī n.
hatred Noun
omnis omne
adj., all, whole, entire Adjective
parum; minus; minimē
too little; not at all Adverb
pathicus -a -um
a pathic or catamite, one who submits to anal sex Adjective
pēdīcō -āre -āvī -ātum
sodomize, bugger, or inflict anal sex upon a person (sts. as a way of humiliating him) Verb
perdō perdere perdidī perditus
ruin, spoil Verb
pereō perīre periī peritūs
vanish; be done in,perish, die; (hyperb.) suffer intensely, be in big trouble Verb
pēs pedis m.
foot; (poet.) a metrical foot; (naut.) the line or sheet by which each of the two lower corners of a square sail is made fast to the ship Noun
pilōsus -a -um
hairy, shaggy Adjective
pius -a -um
dutiful, conscientious, upright Adjective
poēta poētae m.
poet Noun
possum posse potuī
to be able Verb
prūriō prūrīre
itch, tingle; have a sexual craving, be sexually excited Verb
pudīcus -a -um
chaste, decent, sexually modest Adjective
puer puerī m.
boy; colloq., of a friend; slave Noun
putō putāre putāvī putātus
think Verb
quī quae quod
rel. pron. & adj., who, which; indef. adj./pron. after si, any Pronoun
quis quid
interr. and indef. pronoun: who? what? anyone, anything Pronoun
quod
because, the fact that Conjunction
remūneror -ārī -ātus sum
repay Verb
reperiō reperīre repperī repertus
find, discover Verb
sacer sacra sacrum
sacred, holy; accursed, detestable Adjective
saeculum saeculī n.
a generation Noun
sāl salis m.
salt; fig., of a quality that gives character and flavor, wit; by metonymy, the sea Noun
Sāturnālia -ium n. pl.
the festival of Saturn, beginning Dec. 17, a period of merriment and license Noun
scīlicet
clearly, evidently, no doubt Adverb
scrīnium -iī n.
a cylindrical wooden box for holding rolled books (volumina) Noun
sed
disjunctive conj., but Conjunction
conj., if Conjunction
sīc
in this way, so, thus Adverb
Suffēnus -ī m.
name of a Roman poet Noun
Sulla -ae m.
a Roman cognomen Noun
sum esse fuī futūrus
to be Verb
supplicium supplici(ī) n.
compensation offered to placate a person who has been wronged; reparation; punishment Noun
suspicor suspicārī suspicātus sum
guess, infer; suspect Verb
tantum
pron. such a quantity, so much; acc. as to such a degree; only; tantum ... quantum: as much .. as Adverb
tot
indecl. adj., so many Pronoun
tū tuī tibi tē tē
nom. tute, acc. & abl. tete): second person sing. pronoun; you Pronoun
tum or tunc
then, at that time Adverb
tuus -a -um
poss. adj., your Adjective
unde
rel. from which, whence Adverb
ut or utī
as, just as, like; when, where, how; conj. (in final clauses) so that, with the result that, that Conjunction
valeō valēre valuī valitus
have strength or health; be effective Verb
Vatīniānus -ī m.
of or pertaining to Publius Vatinius Noun
ve
or (encl. conj.) Conjunction
venēnum venēnī n.
poison Noun
versiculus versiculī m.
light verse, a short line of verse, epigrammatic verse (dim. of versus) Noun
vester vestra vestrum
your, yours Adjective
vōs vestrum/vestrī
you Pronoun
-que
enclitic conj., and Conjunction