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LATN102 Week 11 - Apuleius' Metamorphoses (3.25-26, 4.4-5, 4.28-30, 5.11.3-4, 5.22)

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abigō abigere abēgī abāctus
to drive off or away from
āgnitiō -ōnis f.
recognition, acknowledgement; knowledge
appōnō -pōnere -posuī -positus
to place near; appoint
avis avis f.
bird
calx calcis f. and rarely m.
the heel
causārius -a -um
sick, diseased, discharged on account of poor health
claudus -a -um
limping, lame
cōnsentiō cōnsentīre cōnsēnsī cōnsēnsus
to agree
dēbilis -e
disabled, maimed
dēlīberō (1)
to consider, deliberate
dēmorsicō (1)
to nibble on, to chew on
dēiciō dēicere dēiēcī deīctum
to throw down, eject
dēmussō (1)
to cut down
dēprimō -primere -pressī -pressum
to suppress, force down
dīlūculum -ī n.
dawn, daybreak
dorsum -ī n.
the back
exanimō (1)
to deprive of life
expostulō (1)
to demand
exterō -terere -trīvī -trītum
to rub out, wear away
facinorōsus (facinerōsus) -a -um
criminal
fatīgō (1)
to tire, wear out
festīnātiō -ōnis f.
haste
hordeum -ī n.
barley
iubar -aris n.
brightness
iūmentum -ī n.
a beast of burden
lautia -ōrum n.
sumptuousness, luxuriousness
machaera -ae f.
a sword
maereō -ēre
to be sorrowful
medēla -ae f.
a cure
miserātiō -ōnis f.
compassion
missiō -ōnis f.
a sending, despatching
mordicus
by biting, with bites, with the teeth
nēquam
worthless, good for nothing
oblīquus -a -um
slanting, indirect, covert
occumbō -ere -cubuī -cubitus
to sink
onustus -a -um
loaded, laden
percutiō percutere percussī percussum
to strike, kill
perfodiō -ere -fōdī -fossus
to dig or pierce through
postlīminium -ī n.
resumption of civil rights on return from exile; leading back again
praesaepe -is n.
an inclosure, manger, trough
rīvulus -ī m.
a small stream, brook
sacrāmentum -ī n.
military oath of allegiance; money pledged in a civil lawsuit
salūtāris -e
healthful, wholesome
scītum -ī n.
an ordinance, statute, decree
serpō -ere serpsī serptus
to creep
spissus -a -um
close, dense, thick
stabulō (1)
to be in a stall or standing-place; to stay
suppeditō (1)
to supply freely
suppetiae -ārum f.pl.
help, rescue
temerārius -a -um
accidental; thoughtless, impetuous
temporālis -e
temporary, transitory
titubō (1)
to be in doubt, waver
trepidātiō -ōnis f.
agitation, confusion
ungula -ae f.
hoof
vector vectōris n.
one who carries
vindicta -ae f.
vengeance, punishment
acūmen acūminis n.
point; shrewdness
adōrātio -ōnis f.
a deep bow (like the Persian proskynesis)
almus -a -um
giving nourishment; blessed
amputō (1)
to cut around or away
antecapiō -capere -cēpī -captum (-ceptum)
to obtain before, anticipate
antependulus -a -um
hanging before
apprecor apprecārī
to pray to, worship
arcus arcūs m.
bow, arch
arripiō -ere -uī arreptum
to snatch, seize
attiguus -a -um
touching; bordering on; contiguous to
caerimōnia (caeremōnia) -ae f.
a sacred rite
caerulus (caeruleus) -a -um
dark blue
candicō (1)
to be white
clārēscō -ere claruī
to become clear to the ear or eye; grow loud
clīvulus -ī m.
a little hill
colloquor colloquī collocūtus sum
to converse, hold a discussion
commeō (1)
to go to and fro
commīlitō -ōnis m.
a comrade, fellow-soldier
cōnspicuus -a -um
in view, visible
conversor -ārī -ātus sum
to live with or among, associate with
cōpiōsus -a -um
plentiful
corām
(adv. or prep. + abl.) personally; openly, publicly
cultus -a -um
cultivated; well-groomed; refined, sophisticated
decor -ōris m.
elegance, charm
dēfōrmō (1)
to disfigure
dēsīdō -ere -sēdī
to sink down
dēstinō (1)
to determine, intend
dēterreō dēterrēre dēterruī dēterritus
to deter, prevent
dīgerō -gere -gessī -gestum
to separate, arrange
discurrō -ere -cucurrī -or currī -cursus
to run apart; to ride in different directions
dīvīnō (1)
to divine, prophesy, guess
epulae epulārum (f. pl.)
banquet, feast
frūgī (indecl. adj.)
sober, thrifty
fūstis -is m.
a knobbed stick, club
genuīnus -a -um
innate, natural, native
germen -inis n.
offshoot
glabellus -a -um
hairless, smooth
globus -ī m.
any body of a spherical form; a globe
glōriōsus -a -um
full of glory
habitātiō -ōnis f.
a dwelling
illicitus -a -um
unlawful, illicit
immēnsus -a -um
immense
immodicus -a -um
excessive
impatiēns -entis
impatient (+gen.), unable to tolerate
impos (inp-) -potis
physically incapable, weak
impūnis (inp-) —e
unpunished
inaccessus -a -um
difficult of approach, perilous to be approached
incorōnātus -a -um
uncrowned
indignātiō -ōnis f.
displeasure
initiālis -e
initial, incipient, original
inquiētus -a -um
restless, disturbed
īnsuper
above, overhead
intueor intuērī intuitus sum
to look at
intus
within, inside
lacteus -a -um
milky
lapideus -a -um
of stone
lascīviō -īre -īvī -ītum
to be wanton, frisk, frolic
lassitūdō lassitūdinis f.
weariness
lavācrum -ī n.
place or vessel for washing
lūculentus —a —um
full of light, bright, splendid
māiestās -ātis f.
greatness; majesty
mānsiō -ōnis f.
a dwelling; house for clergy, a manse
marcidus -a -um
withered, rotten; exhausted
mātrimōnium -ī(ī) n.
marriage
meātus -ūs m.
going; passage
nātus -a -um
born
novācula -ae f.
a sharp knife, razor
nuncupō (1)
to call by name
oblātiō -ōnis f.
offering, gift, oblation
offundō offundere offūdī offūsum
to pour over; overwhelm
opīniō opīniōnis f.
opinion
pallor -ōris m.
paleness
pārens -entis
obedient
partiāriō
by half, sharing
pāstor pāstōris m.
shepherd
paululum -ī n.
a little, a very little, somewhat
pennātus -a -um
winged
pēnūria -ae f.
want
pererrō pererrāre pererrāvī pererrātus
to wander through or over
per-vādō -vādere -vāsī -vāsum
to go through, penetrate
per-vagor -vagārī
to wander over, overrun
pharetra -ae f.
quiver
piāmentum -ī n.
a means of making amends, an atoning sacrifice
plūsculus -a -um
somewhat more, a little more
posthumus -a -um
posthumous, after death
praecipitō (1)
to throw down
praeniteō -ēre -uī —
shine brightly; shine with superior brightness (to)
profānō (1)
to render unholy, to unhallow, descrate, violate
profectō
surely
prōgressus -ūs m.
an advance, progress, a going forward
proinde
just as
propitius -a -um
favorable
prōrsus
forwards; straightway
pullulō (1)
to spring out; sprout
pulvereus -a -um
dusty
quoad
as long as
recreō (1)
to restore, revive, refresh, cheer
redintegrō (1)
to restore
redulcerō (1)
to make sore again, to scratch open again
regiō regiōnis f.
region
religiōsus -a -um
reverent, superstitious
resultō (1)
to leap back or again
retrōpendulus -a -um
hanging back or backwards
rōborō (1)
to make strong, strengthen, invigorate
rōs -ōris m.
dew
sexus -ūs m.
a sex
simulācrum simulācrī n.
likeness
sordēs -is f.
filth; greed
specimen -inis n.
means of seeing or knowing; token
spectāculum spectāculī n.
spectacle; (pl.) the seats for the audience
spīrō (1)
to breathe
splendor splendōris m.
brightness
stīlla -ae f.
a drop
stimulus -ī m.
prick; spur
subministrō (1)
to aid by giving
tēmulentus -a -um
drunk, drunken, intoxicated, tipsy
terrēnus -a -um
earthen
trānslātiō -ōnis f.
a carrying across, transfer, removal, transport
trānsmittō -ere -mīsī -missus
to send across; bear or convey across or over
tremō tremere tremuī
to tremble
ūsurpō (1)
to usurp, acquire
vacillō (1)
to sway to and fro, stagger, reel, totter
venerātiō -ōnis f.
reverence
versus or vorsus
towards, facing
virginālis -e
virginal
volūtātus -ūs m.
a rolling about, wallowing