Ovid Vocab 4

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  1. sagax Ampycides
    Mopsus the Seer
  2. Oeclides
    Amphiaraus
  3. decus oris (n)
    honour, glory
  4. Tygaeae
    Atalanta
  5. fibula -ae (f)
    brooch
  6. mordeo ere momordi morsus
    bite, fasten
  7. rasilis is e
    polished
  8. resono (1)
    rattle
  9. eburneus a um
    ivory
  10. laevus a um
    left
  11. exitiabilis is e
    deadly
  12. exuvia ae (f)
    booty, things stripped
  13. fiducia ae (f)
    faith, reliance
  14. frendo ere ui fresus
    gnash teeth
  15. haurio ire hausi haustus
    draw up/out
  16. nefandus a um
    abominable
  17. ulciscor I ultus
    avenge
  18. recalfacio ere feci factus
    warm again
  19. plangor oris (m)
    beating
  20. auratus a um
    golden
  21. luctus us (m)
    grief, sorrow
  22. stipes stipitis (m)
    log, stake
  23. enitor eniti enixus
    give birth
  24. partus us (m)
    offspring
  25. stamen inis (n)
    thread
  26. neo nere nevi netus
    spin
  27. abditus a um
    hidden
  28. penetrale alis (n)
    inner part, place
  29. fragmen minis (n)
    chips of wood
  30. rubor oris (m)
    redness
  31. aestus us (m)
    sea tide; seething
  32. pareo ere parui paritus
    obey, yield
  33. adfectus us (m)
    passion
  34. vicis is (f)
    change, turn; plight
  35. lenio ire ivi itus
    abate, assuage
  36. convalo ere valui valitus
    grow strong
  37. rogus -I (m)
    pyre
  38. furialis is e
    avenging
  39. sacrum -I (n)
    rites, sacred things
  40. pio (1)
    appease, cleanse
  41. coacervo (1)
    amass, heap up
  42. orbus a um
    childless
  43. inferia iae (f)
    offerings to the dead
  44. pignus oris (n)
    symbol, pledge
  45. ignosco ere novi notus
    pardon, forgive
  46. deficio ere feci fectus
    disappoint, be unequal
  47. mereo ere ui itus
    deserve, earn
  48. displiceo ere cui citus
    displease
  49. uritur (uro ere ussi ustus)
    he is burned
  50. torreri (torreo ere torrui tostus)
    to be burned
  51. ignavo (us a)
    ignoble, cowardly
  52. grandaevum (us a um)
    ancient, old
  53. socia ae (f)
    female partner
  54. tori (torus -I (m))
    bed
  55. languescunt (languesco ere langui x)
    become weak
  56. prunam (pruna ae (f))
    glowing ember
  57. favilla ae (f)
    ashes
  58. canus a um
    white
  59. velante (velo (1)
    cover
  60. planguntur (plango, ere, planxi planctus)
    they mourn, beat
  61. Eueninae
  62. increpat (increpo, are, ui, itus)
    rebuke
  63. fusus -I (m)
    one prostrate
  64. aevum -I (n)
    age
  65. conscius a um
    knowing
  66. tundunt (tundo ere tutudi tunsus)
    beat, bruise
  67. fovent (foveo ere fovi fotus)
    cherish
  68. d├ęcor oris (m)
    propriety
  69. haustos (haurio ire hausi haustus_
    having been drawn up
  70. adfusae (adfundo ere adfudi adfusus)
    having been pour onto)
  71. Parthaoniae
    the House of Parthon
  72. clade (clades is (f)
    destruction
  73. nurus us (f)
    daughter in law
  74. sociati
  75. imber imbris (m)
    water, rain
  76. succedo ere successi successus
    follow
  77. committo ere commisi commissus
    entrust
  78. trabs trabis (f)
    beam, tree trunk
  79. obliquus a um
    slanting
  80. conterminus a um
    adjacent
  81. profuit (prosum prodesse profui profuturus)
    it was useful
  82. armentum -I (n)
    cattle
  83. turbineus a um
    spinning
  84. tutior (from tutus a um_
    safer
  85. solito (soleo ere solitus)
    being accustomed to
  86. tenuis e
    slight, slender
  87. alveus -I (m)
    riverbed
  88. adnuit (adnuo ere adnui adnutus)
    he nodded
  89. didcuo ere duxi ductus
    disperse, part
  90. totidem
    as many
  91. procul en procul
    far, look! Far away
  92. navita ae (m)
    sailor
  93. adimo ere ademi ademptus
    steal
  94. vrigineus a um
    virgin
  95. diligo ere lexi lectus
    hold dear
  96. scopulus -I (m)
    boulder
  97. pereo ire ivi peritus
    destroy, die
  98. profundum -I (n)
    depths
  99. no nare navi x
    swim
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