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DLS Latin Page 148

DLS Latin Jenny's First Year Latin Page 148

Auctor, acutōris M, founder, author
Cupīdō, Cupīdinis F, longing, desire
cūra, -ae F, care, anxiety
decus, decoris N, ornament, honor, glory; (plural) honorable, exploits
grātia, -ae pleasantness; influence; gratitude
imperium,imperī n. command, empire
laus, laudis f. praise, fame, glory
memoria, -ae f.memory
mūnus, mūneris duty; funeral; gift; gladiatorial show
nūmen, mūminis n. nod; divine will, divine spirit, divinity
pectus, pectoris n, breast, heart
timor, timōris m. fear
virtūs, virtūtis f. manliness, worth, courage
Grātia in the ablative, following an objective genitive, means “for the sake:” lovis grātiā, for the sake of Jupiter, for Jupiter’s sake.
Meanings of Mūnus from the idea of duty. A mūnus is the kind of gift you feel you owe in gratitude.
Roman religion was nuministic everything, even qualities and inanimate objects, was felt to be able to express its will in some way.
curator one in charge of a museum or library
Fatalistic accepting everything as inevitable
Imperial pertaining to an empire, majestic
mercurial quick, changeable, fickle
numinous deeply spiritual, divine, supernatural
remuneration pay, reward, compensation
virtuosity great technical skill in the fine arts (especially music)
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