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42 terms

Latin via Ovid

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aurum, -i, n.
gold
Bacchus, -i, m.
Bacchus
caro, carnis, f.
flesh, meat
Ceres, Cereris, f.
Ceres
crimen, -inis, n.
sin, crime, fault
dies, diei, m.
day
maestitia, -ae, f.
sadness
Midas, Midae, m.
Midas
ortus, -us, m.
source, origin
postis, -is, -ium, m.
door post
res, rei, f.
thing, object; pl., situation
saxum, -i, n.
rock, stone
venia, -ae, f.
pardon, favour
vis, f.
force, strength; touch
bibo, -ere, bibi, bibitum
drink
credo, -ere, -didi, -ditum + dat.
believe, trust
edo, -ere, edi, esum
eat
fluo, -ere, fluxi. fluxum
flow
lavo, -are, lavi, lautum or lotum
wash
odi, odisse (perf. used as pres.)
I hate
pecco (1)
sin, make a mistake, err
remitto, -ere, -misi, -missum
send back, let go back, drive away
removeo, -ere, -movi, -motum
remove, take away, put off
tendo, -ere, tetendi, tentum or tensum
stretch out, extend
transeo, -ire, -ii (ivi), -itum
go across, pass over, cross
adversus, -a, -um
unfavourable
altus, -a, -um
tall, lofty, deep, high
damnosus, -a, -um
ruinous
liquidus, -a, -um
liquid
meastus, -a, -um
sad, gloomy
omnis, -e
each, every; pl., all
onustus, -a, -um
laden
secundus, a, -um
following, favourable, second
talis, -e
such (a)
viridis, -e
green
atque (ac)
and, and also
cum, conj.
when
cupide
eagerly
etiamnunc
yet, still
praeterea
in addition, further, besides, moreover
simul
at the same time
simul...simul
not onlt...but at the same time