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Catullus Additional Vocab Poem 64 fines robora salsus flamen textum inflexus rudis proscindo remigium emergo illa…luce tenus (+ gen) compello eximie columen auctus neptis finite tempore conventus rastrum humilis attenuo rubigo ipsius sedes quacumque recessit solium genialis indo…dente fucus gerens utpote…quae irritus Minois fluctuo strophium vicem (+gen) sero externavit Ercyina Cecropia perhibent funera nec funera misere

land, country the best salty wind, breeze structure bending, curved untilled, unusued plough oars, rowing raise up, bring forth on that day as far as, up to address especially, greatly leader, chieftain blessed, enriched grand-daughter at the time appointed gathering, throng hoe, mattock, rake low-growing make thin rust master's house as far as it stretches back throne nuptial with ivory red dye, stain bearing no wonder, since she…
undecided, empty, vain daughter of Minos wave, toss breast-band for the sake of sow, plan drove mad Venus land of Cecrops they say living corpses excessively, wretchedly 1

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