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Vergil 1.1-11

arma, armōrum (n pl)weapons, arms; (metonymy) war, warfare, violence
canō, canere, cecinī, cantusto sing, chant; to sing about, celebrate; to prophesy, foretell
ōra, -ae (f)border, edge; coast, shore; region, land
fātum, -ī (n)fate; death
profugus, -ī (m)fugitive, refugee
lītus, lītoris (n)seashore, coast
iactō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto throw, cast; to drive back and forth, toss about, torment;
vīs, vīs (f)force, amount
superus, -a, -umabove, upper, higher; (m pl) as a noun = gods
memor, memoriskeeping in memory, mindful, unforgetting
patior, patī, passus sumto suffer, endure
condō, condere, condidī, conditusto put into, store (up); to hide; to found, establish
genus, generis (n)race, stock, nation; offspring; kind, type
memorō, -āre, -āvī, -ātusto speak, say; to speak of as, call, name; to tell about, narrate; to remind, call to mind
nūmen, nūminis (n)diving power, divine will, divine sanction; divinity, godhead, diving presence
laedō, laedere, laesī, laesusto injure, harm; to displease, offend
volvō, volvere, voluī, volūtusto move in a curved course, bring/turn around, roll; to unroll (a scroll), spin out (a thread); to turn around in the mind; to undergo
cāsus, cāsūs (m)falling, fall; accident, chance; event; misfortune, disaster, risk
īnsignis, -is, -eclearly visible, conspicuous; remarkable, noteworthy, outstanding
pietās, pietātis (f)dutiful respect, devotion
impellō, impellere, impulī, impulsusto strike (against); to drive, push, impel
caelestis, -is, -ein the sky, from the sky; celestial, heavenly, divine; (as a noun) god, goddess

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