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41 terms

Latin via Ovid

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Arcadia, -ae, f.
Arcadia
Arcas, Arcadis, m.
Arcas
caelum, -i, n.
sky, the heavens
Callisto, f.
Callisto
delectamentum, -i, n.
delight
fibula, -ae, f.
pin
iaculum, -i, n.
javelin
ira, -ae, f.
wrath
Iuno, f.
Juno
Musa, -ae, f.
Muse
pretium, -ii, n.
price, reward
somnus, -i, m.
sleep
in somno
asleep
stella, -ae, f.
star
ursa, -ae, f.
bear
Ursa Maior
Greater Bear
Ursa Minor
Smaller Bear
vestimentum, -i, n.
garment, clothes
victor, victoris, m.
victor
vitta, -ae, f.
fillet, band
appropinquo, -are, -avi, -atum
approach
curo, -are, -avi, -atum
care for
evito, -are, -avi, -atum
avoid, shun
iaceo, -ere, -ui
lie (at rest)
invoco, -are, -avi, -atum
invoke
retineo, -ere, -ui, -tentum
keep, hold back, restrain
alius, -a, -ud; alii...alii
other; some...others
carus, -a, -um + dat.
dear (to)
formosus, -a, -um
beautiful, shapely
gratus, -a, -um + dat.
pleasing (to)
herbosus, -a, -um
grassy
neglectus, -a, -um
neglected
notus, -a, -um
familiar, well-known
pretiosus, -a, -um
costly
solus, -a, -um
alone, lone, only
aut
or
cuius
whose (s.)
eius
his, her, its
propter + acc.
on account of, because of
secreto
secretly
si
if