Met 8 104 - 151

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Met 8 104 - 151
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  1. freto (fretum, freti (n))
    sea
  2. nare (no, nare, navi, -)
    to float
  3. carinas (carina -ae (f))
    ships
  4. praemia (praemium -i (n))
    advantages, privileges
  5. consumptis (consumo, consumere, consumpsi, consumptus)
    having been devoured, consumed
  6. precibus (prex, precis (f))
    prayers, requests
  7. intendensque (intendo, intendere, intendi, intentus)
    holding out, stretching
  8. passis (pando, pandere, pandi, passus)
    having been spread out
  9. furibunda (us a um)
    raging
  10. meritorum (meritum -i (n))
    benefits, favours
  11. relicta (relinquo, relinquere, reliqui, relictus)
    having been abandoned
  12. praelate (praefero, praeferre, praetuli, praelatus)
    having been preferred, put first
  13. inmitis (immitis, immite)
    cruel, harsh
  14. munera (munus, muneri (n))
    gifts
  15. congesta (congero, congerere, congessi, congestus)
    having been collected, brought together
  16. revertar (revertor, reverti, reversus)
    I might return
  17. superata (supero, superare, superavi, superatus)
    having been conquered
  18. finge (fingo, fingere, finxi, fictus)
    contrive, pretend
  19. manere (maneo, manere, mansi, mansus)
    to remain
  20. proditione (proditio, onis (f))
    betrayal
  21. clausa (clausus, clausa, clausum)
    closed, inaccessible
  22. merentem (mereor, mereri, meritus)
    deserving
  23. finitimi (finitimus, finitimi (m))
    neighbours
  24. exponimur (expono, exponere, exposui, expositus)
    we are put out, exposed
  25. pateret (pateo, patere, patui, -)
    it might be open, accessible
  26. ingrate (us a um)
    • ungrateful, unplesant [one]
    • or
    • adv: ungratefully
  27. genetrix (genetrix, genetricis (f))
    mother
  28. tigres (tigris, tigridos/is (mf))
    tiger
  29. austro (auster, austri (m))
    by the south wind
  30. imagine (imago, imaginis (f))
    image
  31. ferus (ferus, fera, ferum)
    fierce, wild
  32. iuvencae (juvenca, juvencae (f))
    young girl/cow
  33. exige (exigo, exigere, exegi, exactus)
    drive out!
  34. malis (malum, mali (n))
    misfortune, harm
  35. modo (adv)
    just recently
  36. prodita (prodo, prodere, prodidi, proditus)
    having been betrayed
  37. merui (mereo, merere, merui, meritus)
    I deserved, earned
  38. perire (pereo, perire, perivi(ii), peritus)
    to die, be destroyed
  39. laesi (laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus)
    I hurt; I offended
  40. perimat (perimo, perimere, peremi, peremptus)
    he may kill
  41. crimen (crimen, criminis (f))
    blame, judgement
  42. insequeris (insequor, insequi, insecutus)
    you attack
  43. officium -i (n)
    service, favour
  44. coniuge (conjunx, conjugis (mf))
    spouse, consort, mate
  45. torvum (us a um)
    pitiless, harsh
  46. ligno (lignum -i (n))
    wood
  47. adultera (adultera, adulterae (f))
    adulteress
  48. discordem (discors, (gen.), discordis)
    hybrid, discordant, unnatural
  49. fetum (fetus, fetus (m))
    foetus
  50. ecquid (adv) [135]
    at all?
  51. feritatis (feritas -tatis (f))
    wildness, fierceness
  52. praeposuisse (praepono, praeponere, praeposui, praepositus)
    to have put before, to have preferred
  53. miseram
  54. properare (propero, properare, properavi, properatus)
    to hurry
  55. divulsa (divello, divellere, divolsi, divolsus)
    having been split, divided
  56. remis (remus -i (m))
    oars
  57. frustra (adv)
    for nothing
  58. invitum (invitus, invita, invitum)
    unwilling
  59. puppim (puppis is (f))
    stern
  60. amplexa (amplector, amplecti, amplexus)
    having surrounded
  61. recurvam (recurvus, recurva, recurvum)
    bent
  62. freta (fretum -i (n))
    sea, channel
  63. trahar (traho, trahere, traxi, tractus)
    I am dragged
  64. insilit (insilio, insilire, insilivi, -)
    she threw herself upon
  65. rates (ratis, ratis (f))
    the ship
  66. cupidine (cupido, -inis (f))
    passion
  67. fulvis (us a um)
    tawny
  68. haliaeetus (haliaeetos, haliaeeti (m))
    osprey
  69. alis (ala alae (f))
    wing
  70. rostro (rostrum -i (n))
    beak
  71. laceraret (lacero, lacerare, laceravi, laceratus)
    he was tearing
  72. adunco (us a um)
    curved, hooked
  73. dimisit (dimitto, dimittere, dimisi, dimissus)
    she let go
  74. sustinuisse (sustineo, sustinere, sustinui, sustentus)
    to have supported
  75. aequora (aequor -i (n))
    surface
  76. ciris -is (n)
    Ciris [bird] = 'Cutter'
  77. tonso (tondeo, tondere, totondi, tonsus)
    having been clipped, cut
  78. adepta (adipiscor, adipisci, adeptus) [151]
    having been gained

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