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
and; with comparisons, than Conjunction
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
why Adverb
currō currere cucurrī cursus
run Verb
decet decēre decuīt
be suitable or fitting Verb
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
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
by chance Adverb
Fūrius -iī m.
Roman nomen gentile Adjective
habeō habēre habuī habitus
have, hold Verb
hic haec hoc
this Pronoun
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
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
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
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
adj. & more Adverb
multus -a -um
much; a lot of, many a; (pl.) many Adjective
mūnus mūneris n.
function, duty, task; gift; favor Noun
explanatory particle, for; as encl., for lively or impatient emphasis, indicating the point of a line of questioning Conjunction
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
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
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
clearly, evidently, no doubt Adverb
scrīnium -iī n.
a cylindrical wooden box for holding rolled books (volumina) Noun
disjunctive conj., but Conjunction
conj., if Conjunction
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
pron. such a quantity, so much; acc. as to such a degree; only; tantum ... quantum: as much .. as Adverb
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
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
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
enclitic conj., and Conjunction