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Ovid's Metamorphoses Vocabulary: ALL stories

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filius, filiī, m.
son
animal, animalis, n.
animal
gloria, gloriae, f.
glory, fame, renown
elido, elidere, elisi, elisus
to shatter, strike
pharetra, pharetrae, f.
quiver
arx, arcis, f.
summit, citadel
telum, telī, n.
weapon
opus, operis, n.
work, effort, purpose
fugo, fugāre, fugavi, fugatus
to drive away, rout, repel
amor, amoris, m.
love
dies, diei, m.
day
celeber, celebra, celebrum
crowded, celebrated
aurum, aurī, n.
gold
ara, arae, f.
altar
numen, numinis, n.
divinity, god, divine power, spirit
simulacrum, simulacrī, n.
image, likeness
iterum
again
mollesco, mollescere, --, ---
to become soft, to soften
cedo, cedere, cessi, cessurus
to yield, depart, go
sol, solis, m.
sun
pollex, pollicis, m.
thumb
utilis, utile
useful
stupeo, stupēre, stupui, --
to be stunned, to be stupefied
vereor, verēri, veritus
to fear, respect, dread
gaudeo, gaudēre, gavisus
to rejoice, be happy
sentio, senīre, sensi, sensus
to feel, sense
timidus -a, -um
timid, shy
lumen, luminis, n.
light, eye
caelum, caelī, n.
sky, heaven
insula, insulae, f.
island
gigno, gignere, genui, genitus
to give birth to, to bear
mens, mentis, f.
mind
careo, carēre, carui, caritus
to lack, be without (+ abl.)
ars, artis, f.
art, skill
sculpo, sculpere, sculpsi, sculptus
to sculpt
ebur, eboris, n.
ivory
opus, operis, n.
work
virgo, virginis, f.
maiden, virgin, girl
vivo, vivere, vixi, victus
to live
miror, mirāri, miratus
to wonder at, be amazed, marvel
volo, velle, volui, --
to wish, want
tempto, temptāre, tempatvi, temptatus
to try, test, tempt
metuo, metuere, metui, --
to fear, dread
munus, muneris, n.
gift, duty
volucris, volucris, f.
bird
flos, floris, m.
flower
mille
a thousand
vestis, vestis, f.
garment, cloth, clothing
appello, appellāre, appellavi, appellatus
to call, name
tamquam
as if
videor, vidēri, visus
to seem
paucī, -ae, -a
few
superus, -a, -um
high, lofty (pl. noun, the gods)
sacerdos,sacerdotis, m.
priest
tueor, tuēri, tutus
to look over, watch, protect
concors, concordis
harmonious
annus, annī, m.
year
hora, horae, f.
hour
conjunx, conjugis, m./f.
spouse
votum, votī, n.
prayer, vow
conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectus
to observe, see, catch sight of
licet, licere, licuit, ---
it is permitted (impersonal), one may
mutuus, -a, -um
mutual
requies, requietis, f.
rest, quiet
paluster, palustra, palustrum
swampy
anus, anūs, f.
old woman
parilis, parile
like, equal
paupertas, paupertatis, f.
poverty
efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus
to make, effect, bring about
requiro, requirere, requisivi, requisitus
to require, seek, ask for
pareo, parēre, parui, paritus
to obey
iubeo, iubēre, iussi, iussus
to order, command
humilis, humile
humble, low, lowly
sedulus, -a, -um
busy
mel, mellis, n.
honey
laetus, -a, -um
happy
dexter, dextera, dexterum
right, right-hand
audax, audacis
bold, brave, daring
desero, deserere, deserui, desertus
to leave, abandon
vinculum, vinculī, n.
chain, fetter, bond
quatio, quatere, ---, quassus
to shake, brandish
tabesco, tabescere, tabui, ---
to melt, dissolve, waste away
remigium, remigiī, n.
oar, oarage
regio, regionis, f.
region
tellus, telluris, n.
land, earth
periculum, periculī, n.
danger
ignarus, -a, -um
unknowing, ignorant
pluma, plumae, f.
feather
cera, cerae, f.
wax
mirabilis, mirabile
wonderful, amazing
ala, alae, f.
wing
moneo, monēre, monui, monitus
to warn, advise
ignis, ignis, m.
fire
volo, volāre, volavi, volatus
fly
carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptus
to seize, pluck, pick
penna, pennae, f.
feather, wing
ego, mei
I, me
tu, tui
You
nos, nostrum
We, us
vos, vestrum
Y'all
remoror, remorāri, remoratus
to delay
lanio, laniāre, laniavi, laniatus
to tear, mangle
vulnus, vulneris, n.
wound
lacrima, lacrimae, f.
tear, teardrop
attollo, attollere, ---, ---
to lift up, raise
perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditus
to destroy, lose
persequor, persequi, persecutus
to follow, pursue
heu
alas
vis, vis (viris), f.
strength; (pl) force, might, power
callidus, -a, -um
clever
egredior, egredi, egressus
to depart
pervenio, pervenīre, perveni, perventus
to arrive at, come to
tumulum, tumulī, n.
tomb
leaena, leaenae, f.
lioness
spumo, spumāre, spumavi, spumatus
to foam, froth
depono, deponere, deposui, depositus
to lay aside
antrum, antrī, n.
cave
labor, laboris, m.
work, labor, effort
luna, lunae, f.
moon
findo, findere, fidi, fissus
to split
rima, rimae, f.
crack
fio, fieri, factus
to become, happen, be made, be done
paries, pariei, f.
wall
domus, domī, m.
house, home
vitium, vitiī, n.
fault, defect
amans, amantis, m./f.
lover
soleo, solēre, solitus
to become accustomed
do, dāre, dedi, datus
to give
ingratus, -a, -um
ungrateful, unpleasing
caput, capitis, n.
head
crinis, crinis, m.
hair, lock of hair
vultus, vultūs, m.
face, appearance
coma, comae, f.
hair
auris, auris, m.
ear
oculus, oculī, m.
eye
nasus, nasī, m.
nose
os, oris, n.
mouth, face
collum, collī, n.
neck
umerus, umerī, m.
shoulder
bracchium, brachiī, n.
upper arm
lacertus, lacertī, m.
lower arm
manus, manūs, f.
hand
digitus, digitī, m.
finger, toe
membrum, membrī, n.
limb
artus, artūs, m.
limb
pectus, pectoris, n.
chest, breast
praecordium, praecordiī, n.
chest, guts
crus, cruris, n.
leg, shin
pes, pedis, m.
foot
arbor, arboris, f.
tree
ramus, ramī, m.
branch
radix, radicibus, f.
root
lignum, lignī, n.
trunk, wood
conubium, coniubiī, n.
marriage
fallo, fallere, fefelli, falsus
to decieve, cheat
spero, sperāre, speravi, speratus
to hope (for), expect
stipula, stipulae, f.
stalk, stem
fax, facis, f.
torch
forte
by chance
uro, urere, ussi, ustus
to burn
nutrio, nutrīre, nutrivi, nutritus
to nourish
osculum, osculī, n.
kiss, lips
ait
he/she/it says
micans, micantis
sparkling, flashing