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51 terms

Latin via Ovid

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animus, -i, m.
soul, spirit, mind; pl., courage
ardor, -oris, m.
burning, heat, eagerness
Baccha, -ae, f. also Bacchantes for Bacchae
a Bacchante
causa, -ae, f.
cause, sake, reason
cervus, -i, m.
stag
contemptor, -oris, m.
a despiser
Erinys, -yos, f.
one of the Furies
hasta, -ae, f.
spear, javelin
Hebrus, -i, m.
Hebrus
fides, -ei, f.
trust, belief, faith, pledge
frons, frondis, f.
a leaf, foilage
Maenas, -adis, f.
a Bacchante, a maddened woman, a Maenad
pectus, -oris, n.
breat, heart
praeda, -ae, f.
booty, prey
tibia, -ae, f.
shin bone, pipe, flute
tympanum, -i, n.
tamborine, drum
umbra, -ae, f.
shade, shadow
vates, -is, c.
bard, poet, seer, singer
vellus, -eris, n.
fleece, wool
ventus, -i, m.
wind
dicunt
they say, people say
diripio, -ere, -ripui, -reptum
snatch apart, tear away
doleo, -ere, -ui
suffer pain, grieve
evenio, -ire, -veni, -ventum
turn out, come about
finio, -ire, -ivi, -itum
end, conclude, finish
lacero (1)
tear to pieces, maim
mordeo, -ere, momordi, morsum
bite
nato (1)
swim
ploro (1)
weep, wail for
recognosco, -ere, -cognovi, -nitum
recognise, recall
repello, -ere, reppuli, -pulsum
drive back, drive away, push, spurn
rubesco, -ere, rubui
grow red, become red
tego, -ere, texi, tectum
cover, conceal, hide
se vetere
to turn oneself
soleo, -ere, solitus sum
to be accustomed
amoenus, -a, -um
pleasant
diversus, -a, -um
scattered, spread out, turned in different directions
innocens, -entis
innocent, harmless
insanus, -a, -um
maddened, insane
peregrinus, -a, -um
foreign
supplex, -icis
suppliant
aliquis, aliquid
some, any; some, any one; some, anything
ambo, -ae, -o
both, two, together
circum + acc.
around, about
en, interjection
lo, behold, see
male
badly
quando
when
seu...seu, conj.
whether...or
ter
thrice, three times
tuto
safely
velut (veluti)
just as, just like, even as