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Glossary of Latin Aeneid Vocab 2

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Abiuro, -are
to deny on oath
Acernus, -a. –um
made of maple
Addo (II)
to attach closely to
Adeo
to this point, so far, to this end
Adhibeo (II)
to summon, invite
Adigo, -ere
to force, inflict, hurl, drive away
Adimo
to take to oneself, withdraw
Aditus, -us
approach
Adlabor
to glide toward
Adnitor
to lean against, to strive
Adorior
to assault
Adquiro
to obtain in addition
Adsidue
continually
Adytum, -i
sanctuary
Aedis, -is (F)
dwelling
Aemulus, -a, -um
striving to equal, rivalling
Aenum, -i
bronze vessel, cauldron
Aerius, -a, -um
of the air, airy
Aes, aeris (I)
ore, crude metal
Alacer, -cris, -cre
lively, brisk, cheerful
Altaria, -ium
receptacle for offerings on an altar
Amarus, -a, -um
bitter
Ambio
to go around, to entreat
Anceps, ancipitis
double, uncertain
Ancile, -is (N)
small oval shield
Ango, -ere
to throttle, strangle
Anhelus, -a, -um
panting
Aptus, -a, -um
fitting, appropriate
Arceo
to hinder, prevent
Arcesso, -ere
to summon, fetch
Armus, -i
shoulder, forequarters
Aro,-are
to plow
Aufero
to carry off, cease from
Aula, -ae
palace, courtyard
Aura, -ae (II)
shimmer
Axis, -is (II)
sky, region of the sky
Cacumen, -inis (N)
tip, peak, summit
Caducus, -a, -um
fallen
Cadus, -i
large vessel
Caecus, -a,-um
blind
Caelo, -are
to engrave in relief
Caenum, -i
dirt, filth, mud
Calcar, -aris
spur
Caligo, -inis (F)
mist, fog, darkness, gloom
Callis, -is (M)
track, path
Caminus, -i
furnace, fireplace, forge
Canorus, -a, -um
melodic, tuneful
Cantus, -us
tone, melody, playing
Cardo, -inis (M)
hinge
Carina, -ae
ship
Carpo, -ere
to pluck, cull, gather, consume
Catena, -ae
chain, fetter
Cautes, -is (F)
a rough, pointed rock
Cavea, -ae
excavated place, enclosure, theater
Celebro, -are
to frequent, throng, fill
Colus, -i/us
distaff
Comprimo,-ere (II)
to silence someone
Comptus, -a, -um
adorned, neat, elegant
Concito, -are
to stir up, rouse
Conficio (III)
to wear out
Conicio
to cast
Coniuro, -are (II)
to unite in feeling
Conscius, -i
acccomplice, confidant
Consterno (2)
to spread out
Conticesco
to become still or silent
Continuo
without delay
Contus, -i
pole
Convallis, -is (F)
a valley enclosed on all sides
Convello
to drag away violently, pull off
Conventus, -us
gathering, assembly
Corripio
to set out quickly on
Cortina, -ae
cauldron-shaped tripod of Apollo
Coruscus, -a, -um
swinging rapidly, oscillating
Culmus, -i
straw, thatch
Cumba, -ae
skiff
Decresco
to decrease, diminish
Dego, -ere
to spend, pass, live
Dehisco
to gape
Demo, -ere
to withdraw, take away
Demum
at last, then and not till then
Deni, -ae, -a
sets of ten
Desino
to leave off, cease, abandon
Despicio
to despise
Devexus, -a, -um
moving downwards, sloping
Dido, didere
to distribute, disseminate
Discedo
to disperse, depart
Distringo
to draw in different directions
Duco, -ere
to draw out, pass, spend
Egenus, -a, -um
in want of
Egero, -ere
to tear away, carry away
Egestas, -atis
indigence, destitution
Elatus, -a, -um
elevated
Elido, -ere
to crush out, break
Eluo, -ere
to wash, wash away
Emico, -are
to dart, spring forth
Emunio, -ire
to build up, fortify
Equidem
indeed
Erilis, -e
of a master or mistress
Error, -oris (M)
labyrinth
Evado, evasere (II)
to go up, ascend
Evincio
to entwine
Excidium, -i
overthrow, destruction
Excubiae, -arum
a watching, watchfires
Excudo, -ere
to beat out, forge
Excutio
to shake off, get rid of
Exitialis, -e
destructive, fatal
Exordium, -i
beginning
Exorior
to arise
Expedio
to make clear, to prepare
Expers, -ertis
having no part in, free from
Exposco, -ere
to beg, entreat
Exsequor
to accompany
Extemplo
straightaway
Exuo, -ere
to strip bare, despoil
Fabrilis, -e
belonging to an artificer
Falx, falcis (F)
sickle
Far, farris (N)
spelt, grain
Fastigium, -i
pediment, slope, height
Faveo
to favor, support
Favilla, -ae
embers, still-glowing ashes
Fel, fellis (N)
gall, bile, bitterness
Felix, -icis
fruitbearing, fertile
Feretrum, -i
bier
Ferreus (II)
cruel
Ferrugineus, -a, -um
rusty, rust-colored
Fibra, -ae (II)
entrails
Fides, -is
string
Finitimi, -orum
neighbors
Fissilis, -e
easily split
Flamen, -inis
a blowing, gale
Fodio, -ere
to dig, prod, goad
Follis, -is (M)
bellows
Fornix, -icis (M)
arch, arcade
Forus, -i
gangway
Fraxineus, -a, -um
of ash-wood
Fretus, -a, -um
relying
Frustror, ari
to deceive, trick
Fulcio
to support
Fulgor, -oris (M)
lightning
Fungor, fungi
to satisfy, execute, undergo
Funis, -is (M)
rope, cable
Gaesum, -i
long, heavy javelin
Genialis, -e
nuptial, bridal, joyous, festive
Glaucus, -a, -um
greenish or bluish grey
Grando, -inis
hail, hail storm
Gratia, -ae (II)
liking, regard
Gravo, -are
to burden
Gubernaclum, -i
helm, rudder
Habena, -ae
halter, holding-rope
Harundo, -inis
reed
Hesternus, -a, -um
yesterday’s
Humilis, -e
on the ground, low-lying, shallow
Iactanter
boastfully, ostentatiously
Iamdudum
for some time
Iampridem
for a long time now
Ideo
therefore
Ilicet
immediately
Immitto
to insert
Improviso (adv.)
unexpectedly
Incassum
in vain
Incautus
incautious, unaware
Incedo
to go, march along
Incesto, -are
to pollute, defile
Incido
to cut into
Inclutus, -a, -um
celebrated, renowned
Incoho, -are
to take in hand, begin
Incumbo (II)
to fling oneself on, devote attention to
Indago, -inis
a hunting encirclement
Infectus (II)
impossible
Infensus, -a, -um
hostile
Informis, -e
hideous
Informo, -are
to form, shape
Ingruo
to rush upon, assail
Inolesco, -ere
to grow in
Inremeabilis, -e
that permits no return
Insons, -ontis
innocent, guiltless, harmless
Instar (N, nom. and acc. only)
image, likeness
Instauro, -are
to set up, celebrate, renew
Intendo
to stretch, strain, endeavor
Intento, -are
to stretch out, hold out, threaten
Inultus, -a, -um
unavenged
Invius, -a, -um
trackless
Iubar, -aris (N)
radiance, brightness
Iugerum, -i
land measure
Labefacio
to cause to totter, loosen
Labes, -is (F)
stain, blemish
Labo, -are
to waver
Lacertus, -i
upper arm
Lanio, -are
to mangle
Lanx, lancis (F)
platter, dish
Lapsus, -us
motion, fall
Latebrosus, -a, -um
full of holes
Lateo
to lie hidden
Lautus, -a, -um
elegant, neat
Lentus, -a, -um (II)
pliant, supple
Lito, -are
to obtain favorable omens, appease
Lituus, -i
curved trumpet, clarion, signal
Lividus, -a, -um
blue-black
Ludibrium, -i
plaything
Lustro, -are
to observe, survey
Lympha, -ae
water
Macula, -ae
spot
Manus, -us (IV)
company, body, corps
Meatus, -us
a going, motion, course
Memet
myself (emphatic)
Meta, -ae
goal
Meto
to reap, gather
Mola, -ae
coarse grains mixed with salt
Molior, -iri
to exert oneself, work at
Motus, -us
movement, impulse, commotion
Mulceo
to stroke, caress
Nex, necis (F)
death, slaughter
Nitor, niti
to support oneself, lean on
Nix, -ivis (F)
snow
Noverca, -ae
stepmother
Num
now, actually, really…?
Obeo
to go, to go to meet, to go in opposition
Obex, -icis
bar, barrier, barricade
Obitus, -us
a meeting, death
Obmutesco
to become mute
Obnitor
to stand firm, strive
Oborior
to arise, appear, spring up
Obscenus, -a, -um
loathesome
Obsero
to plant thickly
Offa, -ae
pellet, lump
Operio
to cover, overwhelm
Opertus, -a, -um
covered, closed, hidden
Ornus, -i (F)
mountain-ash
Ostento
to offer
Ostium, -i
door, entrance
Ostrum, -i
purple
Ovo, -are
to exult, rejoice
Paco, -are
to pacify
Pampineus, -a, -um
of or draped in vine tendrils
Pango, -ere
to fix, settle on
Partus, -us (II)
offspring
Parum
little, too little
Parumper
for a little while
Pasco, -ere
to feed, pasture
Passus, -us
step, pace
Pecten, -inis (M)
comb, quill, plectrum
Pello, -ere
to push, strike,drive
Pendo, -ere (II)
to pay
Pensum, -i
task, duty
Perfero
to endure
Pergo
to proceed, continue
Perhibeo
to maintain, assert
Perlego
to scan, survey thorougly
Pernicies, -ei
a cause of ruin
Perosus, -a, -um
detesting

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