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scalpellum, -ī, nt.
scalpel, lancet
opera, -ae, f.
effort, pains
lūdus, -ī, m.
school, play, game
certāmen, -minis, n.
contest, competition
gladiātor, -tōris, m.
sword fighter, gladiator
rēte, rētis, n.
net, web, snare
spectātor, -tōris, m.
viewer, spectator
palma, -ae, f.
palm
circus, -ī, m.
circus, race course, orbit, circle
aurīga, -ae, m.
charioteer, driver
theātrum, -ī, nt.
theater
cōmoedia, -ae, f.
comedy
ingenium, -ī, nt.
nature, innate quality
ratiō, -iōnis, f.
accont, reckoning, plan, reasoning
prīncipium, -ī, nt.
beginning
fātum, -ī, nt.
fate, destiny; utterance
gremium, -ī, nt.
lap, bosom, womb
tenebrae, -ārum, f. pl.
darkness
lucerna, -ae, f.
oil lamp, midnight oil
passer, passeris, m.
sparrow
dēliciae, -ārum, f. pl.
pleasure, delight (pl. of delicia = favorite / pet...)
ocellus, -ī, m.
(little) eye, darling
mēns, mentis, f.
mind, reason, intellect
bāsium, -ī, nt.
kiss
odium, -ī, nt.
hatred, dislike
rīsus, -ūs, m.
laughter
cachinnus, -ī, m.
(loud, excessive) laugh, jeer
arānea, -ae, f.
cobweb, spider web
epigramma, -mātis, n.
inscription, epitaph, epigram
sinus, -ūs, m.
fold (of toga), curve, bending, curved surface
versiculus, -ī, m.
a little line of verse
anus, -ūs, f.
old woman
testis, -is, m./f.
witness
opēs, opum, f. pl.
riches, wealth
diphthongus, -ī, m.
diphthong, two-vowel sound
nota, -ae, f.
mark, sign, letter, note
turgidus, -a, -um
inflated, swollen
misellus, -a, -um
poor, wretched
gladiātōrius, -a, -um
gladiatorial
circēnsis, -e
of the circus, pl.: the games (circus)
scaenicus, -a, -um
theatrical (m. noun: actor)
ācer, ācris, ācre
keen, active, fierce
geminus, -a, -um
twin, double
bellus, -a, -um
pretty, handsome, charming
poēticus, -a, -um
poetic
venustus, -a, -um
charming, attractive, graceful
mellītus, -a, -um
sweet, sweetened with honey
tenebricōsus, -a, -um
dark
ultimus, -a, -um
last, highest, greatest
perpetuus, -a, -um
continuous, perpetual, everlasting
dubius, -a, -um
dubious, doubtful, uncertain
iocōsus, -a, -um
funny, humorous
sērius, -a, -um
serious
niveus, -a, -um
snowy, white
certāre
to compete, contest
laedere, laesisse, laesum
to strike, hurt, injure
implicāre
to implicate, involve, envelop, entangle
plaudere, plausisse, plausum
to clap, strike (w.hand)
libēre, - - -
to be pleasing (mostly impersonal)
favēre, fāvisse, fautum
to favor (+ Dat.), be favorite to, befriend
lūgēre, lūxisse, luctum
to mourn over, bewail, lament
accendere, accendisse, accensum
to kindle, light, set on fire
circumsilīre, - - -
to leap / hop / jump around
pīpiāre
to chirp, pipe
dēvorāre
to devour, consume, swallow
conturbāre
to disturb, confuse, disquiet, upset
nūbere, nupsisse, nuptum
to marry, be married to
affīrmāre
to assert, affirm, confirm
requīrere, -quisīvisse, -quisitum
to seek, require, ask for, need
excruciāre
to torture
ōscitāre, - - -
to gape, yawn
sapere, sapivisse (-io)
to taste, understand, be wise, have sense
ērubēscere, ērubuisse
to blush, redden, be ashamed of
prōsilīre, prōsiluisse
to leap / hop / jump forward, forth
ēlīdere, ēlisisse, ēlisum
to strike out, elide, dispel, destroy
libenter
with pleasure, gladly, willingly
plērumque
mostly, generally
interdum
sometimes, now and then
dummodo
provided (that) (+subj.)
dein
then, next, afterward, henceforth
nīl
nothing (short for nihil)
trochaeus, -ī, m.
trochee (metrical foot: long - short)
iambus, -ī, m.
iamb (metrical foot: short - long)
dactylus, -ī, m.
dactyl (metrical foot: long - short - short)
spondēus, -ī, m.
spondee (metrical foot: long - long)
hexameter, -trī, m.
hexameter (six metrical feet)
pentameter, -trī, m.
pentameter (five metrical feet)
hendecasyllabus, -ī, m.
hendecasyllabus (verse of 11 syllables)