Aeneid2 vocab

  1. arcanus a um
    secret, hidden
  2. almus a um
    nourishing
  3. folium -I (n)
    foliage
  4. mando (1)
    order, entrust
  5. volo (1)
    fly
  6. turbo (1)
    disturb
  7. lubridium -I (n)
    sport, mockery
  8. domo are ui itus
    tame, subdue
  9. os (indecl)
    mouth
  10. fingo ere finxi fictus
    train, mould
  11. spons, spontis (f)
    free will, choice
  12. defungor -I -functus
    perform, finish
  13. Thybris -(id)is, acc=brim
    The Tiber
  14. cerno, ere, crevi, cretus
    see; decide
  15. Simois
    River
  16. egenus -a -um
    needy, poor
  17. iterum (adv)
    again, anew
  18. thalamus a um
    bed chamber, or marriage
  19. minime (adv)
    least
  20. reor reri ratus
    think, suppose
  21. pando ere I passus
    open, spread;ndisclose
  22. Graius a um
    Greek
  23. adytum I (n)
    shrine
  24. remugio -ire
    roar
  25. involvo ere I volutus
    wrap, enfold
  26. frenum -I (n)
    rein, curb, check
  27. concutio ere cussi cussus
    shake
  28. furo ere
    rage
  29. inopinavus a um
    unexpected
  30. praecipio ere cepi ceptus
    anticipate
  31. perego ere egi actus
    traverse, finish
  32. ianua -ae (f)
    entrance
  33. tenebrosus a um
    dark
  34. palus -udis (f)
    swamp
  35. refundo ere fudi fusus
    pour (out)
  36. contingo ere contigi contactus
    touch; befall
  37. doceo ere ui ctus
    teach, tell
  38. eripio ere eripui ereptus
    snatch, seize
  39. recipio ere cepi ceptus
    rescue
  40. umerus I (n)
    shoulder
  41. comitor ari atus
    accompany, follow
  42. minae -arum (f)
    threat; pinnacle
  43. ultra (adv)
    beyond
  44. nequiquam
    in vain
  45. praeficio ere feci fectus
    set over
  46. accerso ere sivi situs
    summon
  47. fides ium (f)
    lyre, string; chord
  48. canorus a um
    tuneful
  49. redimo ere emi emptus
    redeem
  50. ordior ordiri orsus
    begin
  51. sero ere sevi satus
    sow, beget
  52. Dis, Ditis )(m)
    Pluto
  53. ater, atra
    dark, deadly
  54. eveho ere evexi evectus
    bear (aloft)
  55. gigno ere genui genitus
    bear, beget
  56. sinus us (m)
    bay, hollow
  57. Cocytus -I (m)
    River of Hades
  58. labor labi lapsus
    go wrong; glide
  59. lacus us (m)
    lake, marsh
  60. Stygius a um
    Stygian, of the Styx
  61. inno (1)
    swim, float in
  62. perago ere egi actus
    accopmlish
  63. lateo ere ui
    lie hidden, lurk
  64. vimen inis (n)
    twig, shoot
  65. convallis is (f)
    valley
  66. claudo ere clausi clausus
    shut in
  67. opertum I (n)
    mystery
  68. auricomus a um
    golden-haired/leaved
  69. decerpo ere cerpsi cerptus
    pluck (off)
  70. fetus us (m)
    offspring, growth, fruit
  71. avello ere avulsi avulsus
    tear (off)
  72. deficio ere defeci defectus
    lack; fall
  73. frondesco ere
    leaf, sprout
  74. vestigo (1)
    search for
  75. virga ae (f)
    branch
  76. reperio iri repperi repertus
    find
  77. alte (adv)
    on high
  78. rite(adv)
    properly
  79. convello ere I convulsus
    tear (off)
  80. praeterea
    besides
  81. exanimus a um
    breathless, lifeless
  82. incesto (1)
    defile, pollute
  83. consultum -I (n)
    a resolve, decree, oracle
  84. condo ere didi ditus
    find, hide, bury
  85. sedes sedis (f)
    chair, and residence
  86. pecus udis 9f)
    animal of the flock
  87. sunto
    from sum. Imp! Or 3rd pl fut ;let these be!'
  88. piaculum I (N(
    crime; expiatory offering
  89. demum
    at last
  90. invius a um
    untrodden
  91. obmutesco mutere mutui
    become silent
  92. maestus a um
    sad, mournful
  93. defigo ere xi xus
    cast down
  94. lumen inis (n)
    eye
  95. linquo ere liqui lictus
    leave, desert
  96. voluto (1)
    turn over
  97. sero serere servi sertus
    discuss
  98. sermo -onis (m)
    conversation
  99. humo (1)
    bury
  100. praestans antis
    excellent
  101. aes aeris (n)
    trumpet
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Aeneid2 vocab
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Aeneid 6
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