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Daphne and Apollo Vocab (Pages 7-11)

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tis f: chance
ignarus
a um: ignorant
cupido
inis m: cupid
delius
i m: the delian (apollo)
serpens
entis, m: snake
adduco
ere, duxi, ductus: to lead on
flecto
ere, flexi, flexus: to bend
cornu
us n: bow
nervus
i, m: muscle
lascivus
a um: playful
iste
ista, istud: that
decet
ere, decuit: to adorn
umerus
i, m: shoulder
gestamen
inis, n: ornament
fera
ae, f: wild animal
modo
only recently
modo... modo
at one time... at another
pestiferus
a, um: deadly
iugerum
i, n: a measure of land
venter
tris, m: belly
premo
ere, pressi, pressus: to press
sterno
ere, stravi, stratus: to lay out
innumerus
a, um: countless
tumidus
a um: swollen
sagitta
ae, f: arrow
fax
facis, f: torch
amor
amoris, m: love
irrito
[1]: to provoke
laus
laudis, f: praise
assero
ere, ui, tus: to lay claim to
venus
eris, f: venus
figo
ere, fixi, fixus: to pierce
arcus
us, m: a bow
quanto... tanto
by as much as... by that much
animal
is, n: an animal
cedo
ere, cessi, cessurus: to go
elido
ere, elisi, elisus: to break
percutio
ere, cussi, cussus: to strike
aer
is, m: air
penna
ae, f: wing
impiger
ra, rum: quick
umbrosus
a, um: shady
consto
are, stiti, staturus: to stand upon
arx
arcis, f: citadel
sagittiferus
a, um: arrow-bearing
promo
ere, prompsi, promptus: to pull out
telum
i, n: weapon
pharetra
ae, f: quiver
diversus
a, um: different
opus
operis, n: work
fugo
[1]: to dispel
auratus
a, um: golden
cuspis
idis, f: tip
fulgeo
ere, fulsi, fulsurus: to gleam
acutus
a, um: sharp
obtusus
a, um: blunt
harundo
inis, f: reed
plumbum
i, n: lead
laedo
ere, laesi, laesus: to harm
traicio
ere, eci, ectus; to transfix
medulla
ae, f: the marrow of the bones