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crudeliter
cruelly
olim
once
Neptunus
Neptune
niger
black
paro
prepare
per
through
plenus
full
limen
threshold
monstrum
monster
latro
robber
lavo
wash
iudicium
judgment
muto
change
triremis
three-oared
sulphur
sulphur
serpens
snake
utor
use
tres
three
territus
terrified
timor
fear
electrum
amber
do
give
cycnus
swan
ecce
behold
dux
leader
venatrix
huntress
volucer
winged
longa
long
filius
son
hodie
today
hospitium
hospitality
ergo
therefore
terribillis, terribille
terrible
pomum
fruit, apple
orno
decorate, adorn
nefas
wicked deed
is
he (nom.)
minimus
very small/little
tu
you (nom.)
usus
use, practice
thalamus
bedroom, marriage
constituo
decide, determine
dixit
he/she said
decor
beauty, grace
voco
call, summon
velamen
garment, covering
Latine
in Latin
geminus
twin, double
ignotus
unknown, strange
impius
wicked, impious
ferreus, ferrea, ferreum
iron
Venus, Veneris, f.
Venus
mensa, -ae, f.
table
habeor, haberi
be held
limen, liminis (n)
threshold
possum
can, be able
lumen
light, eye, life
iustus
just, upright, true
macto
slay, smite, sacrifice
transfero
carry across, transfer
culpa
guilt, blame, fault
concino
sound in chorus
digero
spread, arrange, interpret
vereor
fear, be afraid
natus -a -um
born
formo
make, shape, fashion
figura
form, shape, figure
fama
reputation, report, fame
facinus
bad deed, crime
laurus, -i, f.
laurel tree
furor, furoris (m)
madness, insanity
flexus, flexus (m)
bending, turning
perfundo
pour over, fill with
manes
shades of the dead
teneo
hold, keep, possess, have
coma
hair (of the head)
horresco horrescere horrui
grow rough
frondeo
put out (grow) leaves
Cupido, -inis, m.
Cupid, Eros, Amor
construo, construere, construxi, constructum
build, construct
princeps, -cipis, m.
chief, leader, prince
utinam
would that . . .
egredior
step out, disembark, go out
hau, haud
not at all, not
membrum, -i, n.
leg (of a table)
pario, -ere, peperi, partum
give birth to
nisi
unless, if . . . not
prohibeo, -ere, -hibui, -hibitum
prevent, stop, prohibit
licet, licere, licuit + dat
it is permitted
supplex -icis m., f., n.
as suppliant, pleading
obliviscor, oblivisci, oblitus sum + gen
forget, be forgetful of
non solum . . . sed etiam
not only . . . but also
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