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Catullus 11

Vocab List

WordDefinition
litus litoris, n. shore
resono-are (1) to echo
Eous-a-um of the east, of the morning
tundo-ere tutudi tunsus to beat, thump repeatedly
mollis molle soft, gentle
sagittifer-era-erum arrow-bearing
aequor-oris, n. sea (in poetry); plain
gradior gradi gressus sum to walk, step
viso-ere visi visus to contemplate
quicumque quaecumque quodcumque whoever, whatever
caelitus-a-um heavenly
moechus-i, m. adulterer
complector-plecti complexus sum to embrace
ilia ilium, n. pl. intestines, loins
rumpo-ere rupi ruptum to burst open, break
respecto-are (1) to look back eagerly, look about
pratum-i, n. meadow
ultimus-a-um furthest (part)
praetereo-ire-ii-itum to pass by, go by
aratrum-i, n. plow
comes-itis, m. comrade, companion
identidem repeatedly, over and over again
Created by: Alastair