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Aeneid Vocab (9-14 occurrences: bis-extremus)

bis twice
capio, capere, cepi, captus to capture, take by force, seize
casus, -us, m chance, (mis)fortune
causa, -ae, f cause, reason, occasion, case (at law)
centum hundred, a hundred
cerno, cernere, crevi, cretus see, discern, perceive
cingo, cingere, cinxi, cinctus encircle, surround, gird(le)
clamor, -is, m loud shout, call, cry; war cry
comes, comitis, m/f companion, associate, comrade
condo, condere, condidi, conditus found, establish; hide, bury
contra (+ acc.) opposite, facing, against, in reply
corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus to seize, snatch up
credo, credere, credidi, creditus believe, (en)trust (+ dat.)
crudelis, -e cruel, bloody, bitter
cursus, -us, m running; rapid motion, course, march, voyage, journey
Danaus, Danai, m early ruler of Argos and as such his name used by Homer (and later Vergil) as a name for "Greeks" (Engl. Danaans; Lat. Danai)
dies, diei, m day
dolor, -is, m pain, suffering, grief, anger
donum, -i, nt present, gift; sacrifice, offering
dulcis, -e sweet, dear, fond
durus, -a, -um hard(y), harsh, rough, stern,
enim for, indeed, truly
equidem (adv.) indeed, truly, surely
equus, -i, m horse
eripio, eripere, eripui, ereptus tear out, snatch away, tear or pluck out; rescue, deliver, free
erro (1) wander, go astray; make a mistake, err
etiam (conj.) also, even, besides, yet, still
extremus, -a, -um final, last, furthest
Created by: simsma