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CATULLUS, ARIADNE'S LAMENT, third 100 vocab words

Magister Cervus selected 100 vocab words from lines 122-175 of Catullus's Poem 64. Gender of neuter nouns is noted. Intended for 2005 Advanced Placement students.

AB
spesspei, hope
nitorniti, nixus sum, ( + abl.) rely on
Idaeus-a-umCretan; of Crete
gurgesgurgitis, whirlpool, water
pontussea
truculentus-a-umferocious
aequoraequoris, n, sea-surface
respersus-a-umsprinkled (from respergere)
fraternus-a-uma brother's; fraternal
sequorsequi, secutus sum, to follow
consolorconsolari, to console
memetme (intensified)
lentus-a-umbending
incurvo-are, to bend
remusoar
colocolere, to care for, cultivate
tectumtecti (n) roof, house
pateopatere (II conj.), to lie open
egressushaving departed (from egredior)
cingocingere, to surround
ostento-are, to show
languescolanguescere, to grow weak, languish
secedosecedere, to withdraw, leave
iustus-a-umrightful
exposcoexposcere, to demand
proditus-a-umbetrayed (from prodere)
multa-ae, f, a fine, payment
caelestiscaelestis, m/f, god
postremus-a-umfinal
comprecor-ari, to pray to
horahour
vindexavenger
anguinus-a-umsnaky
redimitus-a-umcrowned
capillushair
fronsforehead
exspirareto breath out
cogocogere, to force
inopsinopis, weak, helpless
amensamentis (adj), crazy
caecus-a-umblind
nascornasci, to give birth (to)
vanescovanescere, to vanish
funestofunestare, to pollute with death
suppliciumsupplicii (n) punishment
annuoannuere, to nod, approve
invictus-a-umunconquerable
rectorruler
motusmotion (4th decl)
tellustelluris, f, ground
contremocontremere, to tremble
concutioconcutere, to strike
micansmicantis (adj) sparkling
sidussideris (n) star
mundusworld
caligodarkness
consitus-a-umbeset (from consero)
oblitus-a-umforgetful (from obliviscor)
mandatummandati (n) order
sustollosustollere, to raise up
sospessospitis (adj.) safe
visovisere, to see
portusport, harbor
classisfleet (abl. classi)
moeniamoenium (n. pl.) walls
concredoto trust
complexus(4th decl.) embrace
unicus-a-umone and only
finisend
senectaold age
fervidus-a-umhot-blooded, ardent
virtusvirtutis, courage
saturo-are, to satisfy
figurafigura
laetorlaetari, to rejoice
sinosinere, to allow
secundus-a-umfavorable, second
expromoexpromere, to put forth
canitiesgray hair
infusus-a-umpoured on (from infundere)
pulvispulveris, dust
foedofoedare, to foul, befoul
infectus-a-umdarkened ( from inficere)
vagus-a-umwandering
linteumlintei (n) sail
malus (macron over a)mast
carbasuscarbasi, f, sail
ferrugorust
Hiberus-a-umSpanish, Iberian
concedoconcedere, to grant
incolainhabitant
genusgeneris (n) people, tribe
dextraright hand
conditus-a-umstored up (from condere)
vigeovigere (II conj.) to flourish
aetasan age, an era
oblitterooblitterare, to cause to be forgotten
collishill
funestus-a-umfunereal, relating to death
antennayard (cross-beam on a mast)


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