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LATN102 Week 13 (Met. 10.17.1-6, 11.1-11.2, 11.5.1 and 11.5.3-4, 11.13; 11.15.1-3)

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aerumna -ae f.
toil, trouble
affirmō affirmāre affirmāvī affirmātus
to strengthen, prove, assert
almus -a -um
giving nourishment; blessed
ambactus -ī .
a vassal
amoenus -a -um
charming
augustus -a -um
holy
caeles (coel-) -itis
heavenly, celestial
candor -ōris m.
luster, gleaming, clearness
circumfluus -a -um
flowing around, surrounding
clādēs clādis f.
destruction
cohibeō -ēre -uī -itus
to hold together
cōmis -e
courteous, friendly
commonefaciō -facere -fēcī -factum
to recall, bring to mind
commostrō (commonstrō) -āre
point out (where somewhere is); reveal
congruentia -ae f.
agreement, harmony, congruity
conlābor -lāpsus sum
to slip or fall together; fail; sink down
conlūstrō conlūstrāre conlūstrāvī conlūstrātus
to cast light upon; to look at
cōnsimilis -e
entirely similar, like
cōnspectus conspectūs m.
look, sight, view
crassus -a -um
thick, fat; crass, coarse
cruciō -āre
to torture
cultus -a -um
cultivated; well-groomed; refined, sophisticated
dēlibuō -ere -uī -ūtum
to anoint with a liquid
dēlūbrum -ī n.
the place for sacrificial cleansings; a shrine
dēpellō dēpellere dēpulī dēpulsus
to drive off, expel
discutiō -ere -cussī -cussus
to shake off
dispensō -āre -āvī -ātum
to distribute, apportion
emptor -ōris m.
purchaser
ēnōrmis -e
irregular
ērigō ērigere ērēxī ērēctus
to set up, erect
ēvidēns -entis
manifest, clear
exanclō -āre
to exhaust, suffer through, endure
exhibeō exhibēre exhibuī exhibitum
to produce
exōrdium -iī n.
beginning; origin
expergiscor expergiscī experrectus sum
to awake, wake up
exsurgō (exurgō) -ere -surrēxī
to rise up; rise
facilitās -ātis f.
ease, easiness
fēmineus -a -um
feminine
ferīnus -a -um
of wild beasts
fermē
almost, nearly
fētus -a -um
pregnant
generō generāre generāvī generātus
to sire, create
glāns glandis f.
an acorn; a leaden ball or bullet
horrendus -a -um
to be shuddered at; dreadful
illūstris illūstre
bright
inanimus -a -um or inanimis -e
lifeless, inanimate
incrēmentum -ī n.
growth, increase, augmentation
inerrō -āre
to wander or ramble about
inexōrābilis -e
inexorable, rigorous
initiālis -e
initial, incipient, original
intexō -ere -uī -tus
to weave into or in; work in
lārvālis -e
like a ghost, ghostly, devilish, deathly
lavācrum -ī n.
place or vessel for washing
magnificentia -ae f.
grandeur
medēla -ae f.
a cure
minūtia -ae f.
smallness, fineness, minuteness
nusquam
nowhere
nūtus -ūs m.
nod, will
orīginālis -e
primitive, original; native; authentic
pābulum -ī n.
feeding material; food
partus -a -um
gained, acquired
parvitās -ātis f.
smallness, littleness, slightness, insignificance
pausa -ae f.
a pause, halt
pavor pavōris m.
fear, trembling
pecuīnus -a -um
of cattle; beastly, brutal
pecūliō -āre -āvī -ātus
to give as private property
percolo percolere percoluī percultum
to cultivate
pollēō pollēre — —
be strong, prevail, be rich in
praemicō -āre
to gleam or glitter forth, to glitter very much
praepotēns -entis
very able, capable
prōpāgō prōpāgāre
to spread, increase
propitiō -āre
to appease
pulsus -ūs m.
striking or beating; tramp
pūrificō -āre
to make clean, to cleanse, purify
quadrupēs (quadripēs) -edis
four-footed, on all fours; a hourse
quadruplus -a -um
four times as much, quadruple
reāpse
in fact, actually, really
religiōsus -a -um
reverent, superstitious
repertus -ūs m.
a finding again; a discovery, invention
rītus -ūs m.
farm of religious ceremonial; form
rotundō -āre
to make round, round, round off
sacerdōs sacerdōtis m. or f.
priest, priestess
septies
7 times
silentiōsus -a -um
perfectly still or silent
sociō sociāre sociāvī sociātus
to make one a socius; to share
specimen -inis n.
means of seeing or knowing; token
squāleō -ēre -uī
to be rough
subministrō subministrāre
to aid by giving
subolēs -is f.
shoot; twig
subsistō -ere -stitī
to stand after; halt
tenuō tenuāre tenuāvī tenuātus
to make thin, make fine
triformis -e
having three forms, triform
ūnifōrmis -e (adj.)
having only one shape, uniform
vegetō -āre
to arouse, enliven, quicken, animate
vetustus -a -um
old