Ox Lat 2 22

  1. acus -us f.
    needle
  2. adhibeo -ere -ui -itum
    apply, bring to, call in
  3. adopertus -a -um
    covered
  4. advena -ae c.
    foreigner, stranger (and as adj.)
  5. aerumna -ae f.
    trouble, distress
  6. afflatus -us m.
    breath, blast, inspiration
  7. alioqui(n)
    in other respects, otherwise
  8. ambages -um f.pl.
    winding route, evasion, digression
  9. ambitio -onis f.
    canvassing, attempt to gain favour,
  10. ambition
  11. ambitus -us m.
    bribery
  12. amictus -us m.
    cloak
  13. annona -ae f.
    corn, price of corn
  14. anser -eris m.
    goose
  15. aper -pri m.
    wild boar
  16. arcanus -a -um
    secret, mysterious
  17. argutus -a -um
    bright, clear, shrill
  18. arista -ae f.
    ear of corn
  19. armentum -i n.
    herd
  20. arrideo -ere -risi -risum (+ dat.)
    smile upon (with approval)
  21. aveo -ere
    be eager, long for, crave
  22. bacchor -ari -atus
    revel, rave, rage
  23. belua -ae f.
    beast, monster
  24. bruma -ae f.
    winter
  25. bucina -ae f.
    trumpet
  26. bustum -i n.
    tomb
  27. cacumen -inis n.
    tip, summit
  28. cadus -i m.
    large jar
  29. caelebs (gen. -ibis)
    unmarried
  30. caenum -i n.
    mud, dirt
  31. caespes -itis m.
    turf, sod
  32. caestus -us m.
    boxing-glove
  33. calcar -aris n.
    spur
  34. calco (1)
    tread, trample
  35. caliga -ae f.
    soldier's boot
  36. caligo -inis f.
    fog, darkness
  37. callis -is m.
    mountain track
  38. carbasa -orum n.pl.
    sails
  39. casa -ae f.
    hut, cottage
  40. caterva -ae f.
    crowd
  41. caupona -ae f.
    inn, tavern
  42. cautes -is f.
    sharp rock
  43. claudus -a -um
    lame, crippled
  44. compello (1)
    address
  45. compes -edis f.
    fetter, shackle
  46. compos (gen. -otis) (+ gen.)
    in control of
  47. concinnus -a -um
    neat, elegant
  48. conclave -is n.
    room
  49. congeries -ei f.
    heap, pile, mass
  50. conscisco -ere -scivi -scitum
    bring on oneself
  51. mortem sibi consciscere
    commit suicide
  52. contumacia -ae f.
    stubbornness, arrogance
  53. contumax (gen. -acis)
    stubborn, insolent
  54. contumelia -ae f.
    abuse, insult
  55. convicium -i n.
    abuse, reviling
  56. cornix -icis f.
    crow
  57. corvus -i m.
    raven
  58. crassus -a -um
    thick, dense
  59. crudus -a -um
    raw, unripe, cruel
  60. culter -tri m.
    knife
  61. cuneus -i m.
    wedge
  62. cuspis -idis f.
    point of spear
  63. cycnus -i m.
    swan
  64. debilis -is -e
    weak, disabled
  65. declamatio -onis f.
    (theme for) declamation
  66. deformis -is -e
    ugly, disgraceful
  67. defungor -i -functus (+ abl.)
    perform, discharge, have done with
  68. delectus -us m. (and dilectus)
    selection, levy, recruiting
  69. deliciae -arum f.pl.
    pleasure, sport, pet
  70. delitesco -ere -litui
    hide, lurk
  71. delubrum -i n.
    shrine, temple
  72. demissus -a -um
    downcast, humble
  73. deorsum
    downwards
  74. deprecor -ari -atus
    beg, pray to avert something, pray for
  75. desidia -ae f.
    idleness
  76. dicio -onis f.
    control, power
  77. diiudico (1)
    decide between, distinguish
  78. dis dis dite (gen. ditis)
    rich
  79. discrepo -are -ui
    disagree, be different
  80. dissero -ere -serui -sertum
    examine, discuss, discourse
  81. dissipo (1)
    scatter, disperse, squander
  82. divinitus (adv.)
    by divine influence or inspiration,excellently
  83. divulgo (1)
    publish
  84. dos dotis f.
    dowry
  85. edax (gen. -acis)
    voracious, devouring
  86. editus -a -um
    high, elevated
  87. emetior -iri emensus
    pass through, traverse
  88. erudio -ire -ivi -itum
    instruct, educate
  89. erus -i m.
    master
  90. esca -ae f.
    food
  91. esurio -ire -itum
    be hungry
  92. evanesco -ere -vanui
    vanish, pass away
  93. examen -inis n.
    swarm, crowd
  94. excubiae -arum f.pl.
    keeping watch
  95. excubo -are -cubui -cubitum
    keep watch
  96. exemplar -aris n.
    copy, pattern, model
  97. exilis -is -e
    thin, feeble, meagre
  98. exordior -iri -orsus
    begin (a speech)
  99. exordium -i n.
    beginning, prelude, preface
  100. expio (1)
    purify, expiate
  101. exprobro (1)
    reproach, censure
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