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sol, solis, m
sun
serenus, -a, -um
clear, bright
avis, avis, m/f
bird
observo, -are, -avi, -atus
to watch, pay attention to
adeo
so much, to such an extent
deditus, -a, -um
devoted, dedicated
nuper
recently
Heus!
hey there
id quod
that/ a thing which
curae esse
to be a cause of anxiety to
lucet, lucere, luxit
it is light, it is day, it shines
taedet, taedere, taesum est
it bores, it makes acc bored of gen
neglego, neglegere, neglexi, neglectus
to neglect, ignore
oportet, oportere, oportuit
it is fitting, ought
festinare te oportet
that you hurry is fitting
gens, gentis, f
family clan
epulae, -arum, f pl
banquet, feast
similis, -is, -e + dat
similar to
iuvenis, iuvenis, m
young man
submissus, -a, -um
quiet, subdued, soft
despondeo, despondere, despondi, desponsus
to betroth, promise in marriage
decet, decere, decuit
it is fitting, should
ita
thus, in such a way
sic
thus, in this way
talis, -is, -e
such
tam
so
tantus, -a, -um
so great
tantum
so much
tot
so many
sponsalia, sponsalium, n pl
betrothal ceremony
ad sponsalia
for the betrothal
pronuba, -ae, f
bride's attendant
propinquus, -i, m
relative
ait
he/she says
conversus, -a, -um
having turned, turning
anulus, -i, m
ring
sinister, sinistra, sinistrum
left
apto, -are, avi-, atus
to place, fit
gratulor, -ari, -atus sum + dat
to congratulate
demitto, demittere, demisis, demissus
to let down, lower
spondeo, spondere, spopondi, sponsus
to promise solemnly, pledge
purus, -a, -um
spotless, clean, plain white
sumere
to assume (put on for first time)
invitaverat ut
he had invited them to
limen, liminis, n
threshold, doorway
si quis
if anyone
nonnulli, -ae, a (pl)
some
oro, -are, -avi, -atus
to beg
ne se dimitteret
not to send them away
impero, -are, -avi, -atus + dat
to order
Lares, Larum, m pl
household gods
familiaris, -is, -e
belonging to the family/household
praecipio, praecipere, praecepi, praeceptus + dat
to instruct, order
dimitto, dimittere, dimisi, dimissus
to send away
comitor, -ari, -atus sum
to accompany
erat inscribendum
had to be registered
gratias agere + dat
to thank
erga + acc
toward
benevolentia, -ae, f
kindness
amplector, amplecti, amplexus sum
to embrace
hortor
to encourage, urge
impero
to order
invito
to invite
obsecro
to beseech, beg
oro
to beg
rogo
to ask
moneo
to advise, warn
persuadeo
to persuade
praecipio,
to instruct, order
mos, moris, m
custom, pl character
posterus, -a, -um
next, following
placuit
it was decided
ne quis
that no one
enuntio, -are, -avi, -atus
to reveal, divulge
patres, patrum, m pl
senators
eo magis
all the more
dixit actum esse
he said that there had been a debate
utrum...an...
whether..or...
haberet
should have
trepidans, trepidantis
in a panic, panicing
caterva, -ae, f
crowd
potius quam
rather than
ago, agere, egi, actus
to do, drive, to discuss, to debate
profero, proferre, protuli, prolatus
to carry forward, continue
urgeo, urgere, ursi
to press, insist
fides, fidei, f
good faith, reliability, trust
ingenium, -i, n
intelligence, ingenuity
consultum, -i, n
decree
cognomen, cognominis, n
surname (third name)
honoris causa
for the sake of an honor, as an honor
praebeo, -ere, -ui, -itus
to display, show
vitta, -ae, f
ribbon
myrtus, -i, f
myrtle
laurus, -i, f
bay tree, laurel
orno, -are, -avi, -atus
to decorate
ara, -ae, f
altar
sacra, -orum n pl
religious rites, sacrifice
rite
properly
auspex, auspicis, m
augur, officiating priest
exta, -orum, n pl
the inner organs of a sacrificial animal (heart, liver, lungs)
dextra, -ae, f
right hand
nova nupta, -ae, f
bride
ne laberetur
so she wouldn't stumble
iungo, iungere, iunxi, iunctus
to join
ardeo, ardere, arsi, arsurus
to burn, blaze
maritus, -i, m
husband
mortifere
mortally, critically
eximius, -a, -um
outstanding
carus, -a, -um
dear, beloved
funus, funeris, n
funeral
duxit exsequias
(she) carried out the funeral rites
cum...intraverat
whenever she entered
quid ageret
how he was
siccus, -a, -um
dry
decedo, decedere, decessi, decessurus
to die
operio, operire, operui, opertus
to hide, cover
clarus, -a, -um
bright
fax, facis, f
wedding-torch
modus, -i, m
way method, rhythmic manner
Io
ritual exclamation
pectus plangere
to beat the breast
scissa veste
having torn clothing
capillis solutis
dishevelled hair
pompa, ae, f
funeral procession
hortor, -ari, -atus sum
to encourage, urge
levis, -is, -e
smooth
coxa, -ae, f
hip bone
est arcessendus
must be sent for
febris, febris, f
fever
morbus, -i m
illness
funebris, -is, -e
funeral (adj)
tibicen, tibicinis, m
piper
imago, imaginis, f
likeness, mask
maiores, maiorum, m pl
ancestors
mimus, -i, m
actor of mime, buffoon
familiares, familiarium m pl
members of the household
ploro, -are, -avi, -atus
to lament, mourn
frango, frangere, fregi, fractus
to break
ingravesco, ingravescere
to grow worse
scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus
to cut, split, carve, tear
solvo, solvere, solvi, solutus
to loosen, untie, dishevel
commemoro, -are, -avi, -atus
to mention, comment on, recount
merita conferre
to render services to
via flaminia, -ae, f
via flaminia
hilaris, -is, -e
cheerful
exstruo, exstruere, exstruxi, exstructus
to build
situs, -a, -um
located, situated, buried
violo, -are, -avi, -atus
to do harm
pistor, pistoris, m
baker
redemptor, redemptoris, m
contractor
apparitor, apparitoris m
gate keeper
iucundus, -a, -um
pleasant, delightful
gratus, -a, -um + dat
loved by, pleasing to, dear to
officiosus, -a, -um + dat
ready to serve, obliging
dis manibus
to the spirits of the dead
os, ossis, n
bone
opto, -are, -avi, -atus
to wish
eximo, eximere, eximi, exemptus
to remove
paulus, -a, -um
small
cor, cordis, n
heart
natus, -i, m
son
sermo, sermonis, m
conversation, talk
lepidus, -a, -um
charming
incessus, -us, m
bearing, walking
commodus, -a, -um
pleasant
diligo, diligere, dilexi, dilectus
to love, have special regard for
linquo, linquere, linqui
to leave
Aeson, Aesonis, m
Aeson
Pelias, Peliae, m
pelias
in animo habere
to have in mind, intend
Iason, Iasonis, m
Jason
Quidam...ex amicis Aesonis
ceratin of aeson's freinds
sententia, -ae, f
opinion, purpose
aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatum
to bear away, carry off
re vera
in truth, in fact, really
voluptas, voluptatis, f
pleasure
nescio qui
i doont know what/some
nescio quam fabulam
some story or other
fingo, fingere, finxi, fictum
to invent, make up
fraus, fraudis, f
fraud, deception
Delphi, -orum, m pl
Delphi (a town)
praesentia, -ae, f
the present
calceus, -i, m
shoe
accidit ut
it happened that
facturus esset
was about to make
convenio, convenire, conveni, conventum
to come together, assemble, gather
in transeundo...flumine
in crossing a river
altero pede, nudo
with one foot bare
nudus, -a, -um
naked, bare
Aeetes, Aeetae, m
Aeetes
Colchis, Colchidis, f
Colchis
vellus, velleris, n
fleece
Phrixus, -i, m
Phrixus
potior, potiri, potitus sum + abl
to become the master of, get possession of
pereo, perire, perii, peritum
to pass away, perish
spero, -are, -avi, -atus
to hope
usus, -us, m
use, experience
ad armandas naves
for arming/equipping ships
armo, -are, -avi, -atus
to arm, equip
comporto, -are, -avi, -atus
to carry or bring together, collect
Argus, -i, m
Argus
nauticus, -a, -um
naval, nautical
circiter, adv or prep + acc
about
opus, operis, n
work
praesum, praeesse, praefui + dat
to be before, preside over, be in charge of, command
diligentia, -ae, f
care, diligence, industry
ne...quidem
not even
ad multitudinem hominum transportandam
for transporting a multitude of men
paulum, -i, n
a little
latus, -a, -um
broad, wide
nostro mari
Mediterranean Sea (our sea)
perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatum
to bear through, bear, endure, weather
tota
totally
robur, roboris, n
oak
novitas, novitatis, f
newness, novelty
traditum est
it has been reported
Orpheus, -i, m
Orpheus
Castor, Castoris, m
Castor
arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus sum
to consider, think, judge
numero
in number
commoror, commorari, commoratus sum
to delay, linger, stay, tarry
ad omnes casus
for all emergencies
subsidium, -i, n
support, help, reserve, reinforcement
nanciscor, nancisci, nactus sum
to get, find, obtain
plausus, -us, m
applause
Argonautae, -arum, m pl
the Argonauts
veho, vehere, vexi, vectum
to carry
Cyzicus, i, f
Cyzicus, a town
hospitium, -i, n
hospitality
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitum
to recognize
obscurus, -a, -um
dark
inimicus, -a, -um
unfriendly, hostile
decurro, decurrere, decucurri, decursum
to run down
dilucesco, dilucescere, diluxi
to grow light, dawn
erro, -are, -avi, -atus
to wander, stray, be mistaken
abicio, abicere, abieci, abiectum
to throw away
dolorem capere
to suffer grief
postridie
on the next day
sublatis ancoris
with the anchors having been weighed
ancora, -ae, f
anchor

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