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Aeneid vocab (+15 occurrences & 9-14 occurrences: ubi-averto)

ubi (adv) where; when
umbra, -ae, f shadow, shade
unda, ae, f wave
unus, -a, -um one; only, sole
urbs, urbis, f city
ut (conj) to, in order that (+ subjunc.); as
-ve (enclitic particle) or
venio/venire/veni/ventus to come
ventus, -i, m wind
via, -ae, f street, road, path, way
video/videre/vidi/visus to see
vir, -i, m man; husband
vis, vis, f (irreg noun) force, power, might, violence
voco (1) to call
volvo/volvere/volvi/volutus to roll; travel in circle; revolve
vox, vocis, f voice
vulnus, vulneris, nt wound; mental/emotional hurt
Achilles, Achillis, m Achilles (greatest of the Greek warriors at Troy)
aequor, aequoris, nt level/smooth surface; the sea
aequus, -a, -um level, equal; just, fair
ago/agere/egi/actus to do; to drive; to perform, act
ait he says, it is said; they say (aiunt)
ardeo/ardere/arsi/arsus to be on fire, burn, blaze; be in love
arvum, -i, nt arable land/field, soil; dry land
ater, atra, atrum black; gloomy, murky
audeo/audere/ausus sum (semideponent) to dare, venture
audio/audire/audivi/auditus to hear
averto/avertere/averti/aversus turn away from, divert
Created by: simsma