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  • filius, filiī, m.

    son

    animal, animalis, n.

    animal

    gloria, gloriae, f.

    glory, fame, renown

    elido, elidere, elisi, elisus

    to shatter, strike

    pharetra, pharetrae, f.

    quiver

    arx, arcis, f.

    summit, citadel

    telum, telī, n.

    weapon

    opus, operis, n.

    work, effort, purpose

    fugo, fugāre, fugavi, fugatus

    to drive away, rout, repel

    amor, amoris, m.

    love

    dies, diei, m.

    day

    celeber, celebra, celebrum

    crowded, celebrated

    aurum, aurī, n.

    gold

    ara, arae, f.

    altar

    numen, numinis, n.

    divinity, god, divine power, spirit

    simulacrum, simulacrī, n.

    image, likeness

    iterum

    again

    mollesco, mollescere, --, ---

    to become soft, to soften

    cedo, cedere, cessi, cessurus

    to yield, depart, go

    sol, solis, m.

    sun

    pollex, pollicis, m.

    thumb

    utilis, utile

    useful

    stupeo, stupēre, stupui, --

    to be stunned, to be stupefied

    vereor, verēri, veritus

    to fear, respect, dread

    gaudeo, gaudēre, gavisus

    to rejoice, be happy

    sentio, senīre, sensi, sensus

    to feel, sense

    timidus -a, -um

    timid, shy

    lumen, luminis, n.

    light, eye

    caelum, caelī, n.

    sky, heaven

    insula, insulae, f.

    island

    gigno, gignere, genui, genitus

    to give birth to, to bear

    mens, mentis, f.

    mind

    careo, carēre, carui, caritus

    to lack, be without (+ abl.)

    ars, artis, f.

    art, skill

    sculpo, sculpere, sculpsi, sculptus

    to sculpt

    ebur, eboris, n.

    ivory

    opus, operis, n.

    work

    virgo, virginis, f.

    maiden, virgin, girl

    vivo, vivere, vixi, victus

    to live

    miror, mirāri, miratus

    to wonder at, be amazed, marvel

    volo, velle, volui, --

    to wish, want

    tempto, temptāre, tempatvi, temptatus

    to try, test, tempt

    metuo, metuere, metui, --

    to fear, dread

    munus, muneris, n.

    gift, duty

    volucris, volucris, f.

    bird

    flos, floris, m.

    flower

    mille

    a thousand

    vestis, vestis, f.

    garment, cloth, clothing

    appello, appellāre, appellavi, appellatus

    to call, name

    tamquam

    as if

    videor, vidēri, visus

    to seem

    paucī, -ae, -a

    few

    superus, -a, -um

    high, lofty (pl. noun, the gods)

    sacerdos,sacerdotis, m.

    priest

    tueor, tuēri, tutus

    to look over, watch, protect

    concors, concordis

    harmonious

    annus, annī, m.

    year

    hora, horae, f.

    hour

    conjunx, conjugis, m./f.

    spouse

    votum, votī, n.

    prayer, vow

    conspicio, conspicere, conspexi, conspectus

    to observe, see, catch sight of

    licet, licere, licuit, ---

    it is permitted (impersonal), one may

    mutuus, -a, -um

    mutual

    requies, requietis, f.

    rest, quiet

    paluster, palustra, palustrum

    swampy

    anus, anūs, f.

    old woman

    parilis, parile

    like, equal

    paupertas, paupertatis, f.

    poverty

    efficio, efficere, effeci, effectus

    to make, effect, bring about

    requiro, requirere, requisivi, requisitus

    to require, seek, ask for

    pareo, parēre, parui, paritus

    to obey

    iubeo, iubēre, iussi, iussus

    to order, command

    humilis, humile

    humble, low, lowly

    sedulus, -a, -um

    busy

    mel, mellis, n.

    honey

    laetus, -a, -um

    happy

    dexter, dextera, dexterum

    right, right-hand

    audax, audacis

    bold, brave, daring

    desero, deserere, deserui, desertus

    to leave, abandon

    vinculum, vinculī, n.

    chain, fetter, bond

    quatio, quatere, ---, quassus

    to shake, brandish

    tabesco, tabescere, tabui, ---

    to melt, dissolve, waste away

    remigium, remigiī, n.

    oar, oarage

    regio, regionis, f.

    region

    tellus, telluris, n.

    land, earth

    periculum, periculī, n.

    danger

    ignarus, -a, -um

    unknowing, ignorant

    pluma, plumae, f.

    feather

    cera, cerae, f.

    wax

    mirabilis, mirabile

    wonderful, amazing

    ala, alae, f.

    wing

    moneo, monēre, monui, monitus

    to warn, advise

    ignis, ignis, m.

    fire

    volo, volāre, volavi, volatus

    fly

    carpo, carpere, carpsi, carptus

    to seize, pluck, pick

    penna, pennae, f.

    feather, wing

    ego, mei

    I, me

    tu, tui

    You

    nos, nostrum

    We, us

    vos, vestrum

    Y'all

    remoror, remorāri, remoratus

    to delay

    lanio, laniāre, laniavi, laniatus

    to tear, mangle

    vulnus, vulneris, n.

    wound

    lacrima, lacrimae, f.

    tear, teardrop

    attollo, attollere, ---, ---

    to lift up, raise

    perdo, perdere, perdidi, perditus

    to destroy, lose

    persequor, persequi, persecutus

    to follow, pursue

    vis, vis (viris), f.

    strength; (pl) force, might, power

    callidus, -a, -um

    clever

    egredior, egredi, egressus

    to depart

    pervenio, pervenīre, perveni, perventus

    to arrive at, come to

    tumulum, tumulī, n.

    tomb

    leaena, leaenae, f.

    lioness

    spumo, spumāre, spumavi, spumatus

    to foam, froth

    depono, deponere, deposui, depositus

    to lay aside

    antrum, antrī, n.

    cave

    labor, laboris, m.

    work, labor, effort

    luna, lunae, f.

    moon

    findo, findere, fidi, fissus

    to split

    rima, rimae, f.

    crack

    fio, fieri, factus

    to become, happen, be made, be done

    paries, pariei, f.

    wall

    domus, domī, m.

    house, home

    vitium, vitiī, n.

    fault, defect

    amans, amantis, m./f.

    lover

    soleo, solēre, solitus

    to become accustomed

    do, dāre, dedi, datus

    to give

    ingratus, -a, -um

    ungrateful, unpleasing

    caput, capitis, n.

    head

    crinis, crinis, m.

    hair, lock of hair

    vultus, vultūs, m.

    face, appearance

    coma, comae, f.

    hair

    auris, auris, m.

    ear

    oculus, oculī, m.

    eye

    nasus, nasī, m.

    nose

    os, oris, n.

    mouth, face

    collum, collī, n.

    neck

    umerus, umerī, m.

    shoulder

    bracchium, brachiī, n.

    upper arm

    lacertus, lacertī, m.

    lower arm

    manus, manūs, f.

    hand

    digitus, digitī, m.

    finger, toe

    membrum, membrī, n.

    limb

    artus, artūs, m.

    limb

    pectus, pectoris, n.

    chest, breast

    praecordium, praecordiī, n.

    chest, guts

    crus, cruris, n.

    leg, shin

    pes, pedis, m.

    foot

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