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Chapter 50

sol, solis, m sun
serenus, a, um clear, bright
avis, avis, m/f bird
observo, observare, observavi, observatus (1) to watch, pay attention to
adeo so much, to such an extent
deditus, a, um devoted, dedicated
nuper recently
heus hey there
oportet, oportere, oportuit (2) it is right, fitting; ought
id quod that/a thing which
curae esse to be a cause of anxiety (to)
lucet, lucere, luxit (2) it is light, it is day; (it) shines
taedet, taedere, taesum est (2) it bores, it makes one weary
neglego, neglegere, neglexi (3) to neglect, ignore
gens, gentis, f family, clan
epulae, arum, f banquet, feast
similis, is, e similar (to), like
iuvenis, iuvenis, m young man
submissus, a, um quiet, subdued, soft
despondo, despondere, despondi (2) to betroth, promise marriage
decet, decere, decuit (2) it is right, proper, fitting
sponsalia, sponsalium, n betrothal ceremony
pronuba, ae, f bride's attendant
ait (he/she) says, said
conversus, a, um having turned, turning
anulus, i m ring
Created by: hflmagistra