50 terms

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amor, amoris, m.
love
color, coloris, m.
colour
corpus, corporis, n.
body
Echo, f.
Echo (a nymph)
flos, floris, m.
flower
flumen, -inis, n.
river
folium, -ii, n.
leaf
fons, fontis, -ium, m.
fountain, pool, spring
imago, -inis, f.
image
iuvenis, iuvenis, iuvenum (gen. pl.), c.
yuoth, youg person
mons, montis, -ium, m.
mountain
Narcissus, -i, m.
Narcissus
nox, noctis, -ium, f.
night
potestas, -tatis, f.
power
pudor, -oris, m.
shame
ripa, -ae, f.
bank of a river
soror, -oris, f.
sister
spelunca, -ae, f.
cave
vigor, -oris, m.
liveliness, force, vigour
vox, vocis, f.
voice
desisto, -ere, -stiti, -stitum
desist, stop, leave off
devoro (1)
consume, devour
humo (1)
bury
inquit
he, she says, said
noceo, -ere, -ui, -itum + dat.
harm
paro (1)
prepare
pervideo, -ere, -vidi, -visum
see through, discern, realise
possum, posse, potui
can, be able
puto (1)
think
reporto (1)
carry back, report
tango, -ere, tetigi, tactum
touch
turbo (1)
stir, disturb
albus, -a, -um
white
alius, -ia, -iud
other, another
obscurus, -a, -um
dark
vester, -tra, -trum
your (pl.)
adhuc
until now, up to this point
antequam
before, sooner than
forte
by chance
haec
this
nemo, neminem (acc.)
no one
praeter + acc.
except
pro + abl.
in place of, before, for
quamquam
although
quem, rel. pro.
whom
Quem, interrog. pro.
Whom
sui, sibi, se, se, reflexive pro.
himself, herself, itself, themselves
tamen
nevertheless
usque + acc
as far as
vos
you (pl.)