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Aeneid Vocab 9-14 times frequency (tamen-vultus)

tamen (adv.) however, nevertheless, still
tantum (adv.) so much, so greatly
tellus, telluris, f. earth, globe, land, ground
templum, -i, n. temple, sanctuary, shrine
tempus, temporis, n. time; occasion, opportunity
tendo, tendere, tetendi, tentus to stretch, extend; present; aim; exert, strive
tergum, -i, n. back, rear; hide, leather
tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus lift, raise; erect; extol, exalt
Troianus, -a, -um (adj.) Trojan
turbo (1) to disturb, make an uproar
Tyrius, -a, -um (adj.) Tyrian, of Tyre
ullus, -a, -um any, any one
umerus, -i, m. shoulder, upper arm
una (adv.) at once, together, at the same time
vates, -is, m./f. seer, prophet
Venus, Veneris, f. goddess of love, Aeneas' mommy
vertex, verticis, m. whirlpool, vortex
verto, vertere, verti, versus turn, direct, change; twist; destroy
verus, -a, -um (adj.) true, real, actual, genuine
vinco, vincere, vici, victus conquer, overcome, defeat; banish
volo, velle, volui, --- wish, want, desire
volo (1) fly
vultus, -us, m. face, appearance; expression
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