Met 8 1-50

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Met 8 1-50
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  1. nitidum (us a um)
    shining, glittering
  2. retegente (retego, retegere, retexi, retectus)
    laying bare
  3. Eurus -i (m)
    The South Wind
  4. umida (us a um)
    moist, damp
  5. surgunt (surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectus)
    they grow, rise
  6. nubila (nubilum -i (n))
    clouds
  7. placidi (us a um)
    calm
  8. cursum (us -i (m))
    journey, passage
  9. redeuntibus (redeo, redire, redivi(ii), reditus)
    returning
  10. Austri (Auster -i (m))
    The South Winds
  11. petitos (peto, petere, petivi, petitus)
    having been sought, reached
  12. interea (adv)
    meanwhile
  13. Lelegeia
    is this Megara?
  14. litora (litus, litori (n))
    useless labour
  15. praetemptatque (praetempto, praetemptare, praetemptavi, praetemptatus)
    he tries out in advance
  16. Mavors Mavortis (m)
    of Mars, of warlike spirit
  17. ostro (ostrum -i (n))
    purple
  18. honoratos (honoro, honorare, honoravi, honoratus)
    having been adorned
  19. vertice (vertex -ici (m))
    the crown of the head
  20. canos (canus a um)
    white, hoary
  21. crinis -is (mf)
    head-hair
  22. fiducia -ae (f) [10]
    trust, confidence
  23. sexta (us a um)
    six [times]
  24. orientis (orior, oriri, ortus)
    rising, waking
  25. cornua ((cornu -i (n)))
    horns
  26. pennis (penna -ae (f))
    wings, feathers
  27. turris -is (f)
    a tower
  28. vocalibus (vocalis e)
    vocal, singing
  29. auratam (us a um)
    golden, of gold
  30. proles (f)
    children, offspring, descendants
  31. Letoia
    of Leto
  32. solita est (soleo, solere, solitus)
    she was accustomed
  33. lapillo (lapillus -i (m))
    pebble
  34. certamina (certamen, -ini (n)) [20]
    struggles, strife
  35. mora -ae (f)
    delay
  36. procerum (us a um)
    long
  37. habitus, habitus (m)
    condition; garments
  38. pharetras (pharetra -am (f))
    quivers
  39. no[ve]rat (nosco, noscere, novi, notus)
    she came to know
  40. faciem (facies, faciei (f))
    face
  41. Europaei
    son of Europa
  42. nosse (nosco, noscere, novi, notus)
    to have known
  43. sat (adv)
    enough, ample
  44. iudice (j/iudex, j/iudici (m))
    judgement
  45. abdiderat (abdo, abdere, abdidi, abditus)
    he removed, set aside; he hid, covered
  46. cristata (us a um)
    crested
  47. casside (cassis -idis (f))
    helmet
  48. galea -ae (f)
    helmet
  49. formosus a um
    handsome
  50. sumpserat (sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptus)
    he had taken up
  51. aere (aereus, aerea, aereum)
    bronze
  52. fulgentem (fulgens, fulgentis)
    brilliant, splendid
  53. clipeum (us i (n))
    shield
  54. decebat (decet impers)
    it was becoming, fitting
  55. torserat (torqueo, torquere, torsi, tortus)
    he hurled
  56. lentus a um
    supple
  57. hastilia (hastile, -i (n))
    spear shaft
  58. lacertis (lacertus, lacerti (m))
    with strength, muscles
  59. iunctam (junctus, juncta)
    combined, joined with
  60. calamo (calamus -i (m))
    arrow
  61. patulos (us a um)
    spread wide
  62. sinuaverat (sinuo, sinuare, sinuavi, sinuatus)
    it bent, billowed out
  63. arcus -um (m) [30]
    bow
  64. iurabat (juro, jurare, juravi, juratus)
    she was swearing, vowing
  65. sagittis (sagitta ae (f))
    arrows
  66. dempto (demo, demere, dempsi, demptus)
    having been taken away
  67. nudaverat (nudo, nudare, nudavi, nudatus)
    he stripped bare, left unprotected
  68. purpureusque (purpureus a um)
    purple
  69. albi (albus a um)
    white
  70. stratis (stratum -i (n))
    covering, cloth
  71. pictis (pingo, pingere, pinxi, pictus)
    having been adorned
  72. terga (tergum -i (n))
    back
  73. premebat (premo, premere, pressi, pressus)
  74. spumantia (spumo, spumare, spumavi, spumatus)
    foaming, frothing
  75. vix (adv)
    scarcely
  76. compos -i (m)
    master
  77. iaculum -i (n)
    spear, javelin
  78. frena (frenum -i (n))
    bit [horse]
  79. impetus us (n)
    impulse
  80. agmen -i (n)
    army
  81. virgineos (eus ea eum)
    of a maiden
  82. gradus -us (m)
    step
  83. vel (conj)
    or
  84. aeratas (us a um)
    bronze
  85. recludere (recludo, recludere, reclusi, reclusus)
    to open, reveal
  86. candida (candidus a um)
    shining
  87. tentoria (tentorium -i (n))
    tents
  88. doleamne (doleo, dolere, dolui, dolitus)
    I should grieve, feel pain
  89. geri (gero, gerere, gessi, gestus)
    to be borne, managed
  90. lacrimabile (lacrimabilis e)
    lamentable
  91. laeter (laetor, laetari, laetatus) [45]
    I should be glad
  92. forent (sum esse fui futurus)
    there were
  93. obside (obsideo, obsidere, obsedi, obsessus)
    besiege! take possession of!
  94. comitem (comes, comiti (mf))
    companion
  95. peperit (pario, parere, peperi, partus)
    she gave birth to
  96. talis...qualis
    of such a kind... that
  97. merito (adv) [50]
    deservedly

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