Vocabulary List 15: Aeneid 1.132-179

adnitor, adniti, adnixus sum: lean/rest upon, support oneself, kneel; strive, work, exert, try
adsto, adstare, adstiti, -: stand at/on/by/near; assist; stand up/upright/waiting/still/on one's feet
adversum, adversi N: direction/point opposite/facing; uphill slope/direction; obstacle, trouble
aio, -, -: say, assert; say yes/so, affirm, assent; prescribe/lay down
alligo, alligare, alligavi, alligatus: bind/fetter; bandage; hinder, impede, detain; accuse; implicate/involve in
amor, amoris M: love; affection; the beloved; Cupid; affair; sexual/illicit/homosexual passion
arrigo, arrigere, arrexi, arrectus: set upright, tilt upwards, stand on end, raise; become sexually excited/aroused
artus, artus M: arm/leg/limb, joint, part of the body; frame, body; sexual members/organs
aula, aulae F: hall; church/temple; palace/castle; inner/royal court; courtiers; royal power
auris, auris F: ear; hearing; a discriminating sense of hearing, ear; pin on plow
cito, citius, citissime: quickly/fast/speedily, with speed; soon, before long; readily; easily
claudo, claudere, clausi, clausus: close, shut, block up; conclude, finish; blockade, besiege; enclose; confine
compono, componere, composui, compositus: compare; place/put/add/collect together, collate; match; store/hoard; calm
corrumpo, corrumpere, corrupi, corruptus: spoil/rot; taint/contaminate; damage/ruin, undo; destroy/deface; digest; infect
coruscus, corusca, coruscum: vibrating/waving/tremulous/shaking; flashing, twinkling; brilliant
cunctus, cuncta, cunctum: altogether, in a body; every, all, entire; total/complete; whole of
defessus, defessa, defessum: worn out, weary, exhausted, tired; weakened
desuper: over, above
detrudo, detrudere, detrusi, detrusus: push/thrust/drive/force off/away/aside/from/down; expel; dispossess; postpone
dictum, dicti N: words/utterance/remark; one's word/promise; saying/maxim; bon mot, witticism
domus, domus F: house, building; home, household
dulcis, dulce, dulcior -or -us, dulcissimus -a -um: pleasant, charming; sweet; kind, dear; soft, flattering, delightful
excudo, excudere, excudi, excusus: strike out; forge; fashion; print
expedio, expedire, expedivi, expeditus: disengage, loose, set free; be expedient; procure, obtain, make ready
fax, facis F: torch, firebrand, fire; flame of love; torment
fessus, fessa, fessum: tired, wearied, fatigued, exhausted; worn out, weak, feeble, infirm, sick
fiducia, fiduciae F: trust, confidence; faith, reliance; courage
folium, foli(i) N: leaf
fomes, fomitis M: chips of wood, etc for kindling/feeding a fire
fors, fortis F: chance; luck, fortune; accident
fragor, fragoris M: noise, crash
frons, frontis: forehead, brow; face; look; front; fore part of anything
frux, frugis F: crops, fruits, produce, legumes; honest men
fugo, fugare, fugavi, fugatus: put to flight, rout; chase away; drive into exile
furor, furoris M: madness, rage, fury, frenzy; passionate love
geminus, gemina, geminum: twin, double; twin-born; both
genitor, genitoris M: father; creator; originator
geno, genere, -, -: give birth to, bring forth, bear; beget; be born
horreo, horrere, horrui, -: dread, shrink from, shudder at; stand on end, bristle; have rough appearance
immineo, imminere, -, -: threaten, be a threat; overhang, be imminent; with DAT
inveho, invehere, invexi, invectus: carry/bring in, import; ride, drive, sail, attack
lorum, lori N: leather strap, thong; shoe strap; rawhide whip; dog leash; reins
luo, luere, lui, lutus: pay; pay fine, compensate/atone
ministro, ministrare, ministravi, ministratus: attend, serve, furnish; supply
mino, minare, minavi, minatus: drive; impel, push, force; threaten?
morsus, morsus M: bite, sting; anguish, pain; jaws; teeth
moveo, movere, movi, motus: move, stir, agitate, affect, provoke, disturb
mulceo, mulcere, mulsi, mulsus: stroke, touch lightly, fondle, soothe, appease, charm, flatter, delight
nemus, nemoris N: wood, forest
nutrimentum, nutrimenti N: nourishment, sustenance
nympha, nymphae F: nymph; water; bride; young maiden
obiectus, obiectus M: interposing; obstructing
opto, optare, optavi, optatus: choose, select; wish, wish for, desire
pelagus, pelagi N: sea; the open sea, the main
perlabor, perlabi, perlapsus sum: glide along, over or through, skim
postquam: after
potior, poti, potitus sum: obtain, acquire; grasp; attain, reach; come by
rupes, rupis F: cliff; rock
saevio, saevire, saevivi, saevitus: rage; rave, bluster; be/act angry/violent/ferocious; vent rage on
scaena, scaenae F: theater stage, boards; scene; theater; public stage/view, publicity
scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus: tear, split, divide; rend, cut to pieces; tear in rage/grief/despair
scintilla, scintillae F: spark
secessus, secessus M: withdrawal; secluded place
secundus, secunda -um, secundior -or -us, secundissimus -a -um: next, following; second; substituted; secondary/inferior; subordinate
sedile, sedilis N: seat, chair, bench, stool; that which may be sat on; armchair
seditio, seditionis F: sedition, riot, strife,rebellion
septem: 7
sileo, silere, silui, -: be silent, not to speak; be quiet; not to function
silex, silicis: pebble/stone, flint; boulder, stone
sine: without; lack
sinus, sinus M: curved or bent surface; bending, curve, fold; bosom, lap; bay
sors, sortis F: lot, fate; oracular response
tabeo, tabere, -, -: rot away, decay; waste away
tridens, tridentis M: trident
tumidus, tumida, tumidum: swollen, swelling, distended; puffed up with pride or self; confidence
tutus, tuta -um, tutior -or -us, tutissimus -a -um: safe, prudent; secure; protected
umbra, umbrae F: shade; ghost; shadow
uncus, unca, uncum: hooked, curved, bent in, crooked, round; barbed
veluti: just as, as if
vester, vestra, vestrum: your, of/belonging to/associated with you
volgus, volgi N: common people/general public/multitude/common herd/rabble/crowd/mob; flock
volo, volare, volavi, volatus: fly