By Hans H. Ørberg

Latin-English Vocabulary for Ørberg’s version of books I and IV of Vergil’s Aeneid. See that e-book for additional info.

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G. e. g. Major, Napoleon animal enclosure CAGE; FOLD; PEN; STY; can indicate that an animal is to be nested animal fat TALLOW animal flesh MEAT animal fodder STRAW animal housing STY animal’s call BRAY animal sanctuary ARK; PEN; RESERVE animal shelter COTE; ZOO animal, small ROO animal, smallest RUNT animal sound BAA; BARK; GROWL; GRUNT; LOW; MEW; MOO; PURR; YAP animal specialist VET animal that might fly PIG animal transport ARK animal, wild BOAR; STRAY; see ANIMAL animals ASSES; FLOCK; HERD; MICE; NEAT; PACK; STOCK; SWINE; ZOO; see ANIMAL animals, farm STOCK animals, inferior CULL; CULLS animals, lots of ZOO animate JOLT; MOVE; STIR; ½ EXCITE animated LIT; anagram indicator animation shot CEL animosity FRICTION; PIQUE; SPITE Anita LOOS annal RECORD annex APPEND annexe GRAB announce CALL; SAY; STATE; USHER announced, announcing homophone indicator announcement AD; BILLING; homophone indicator announces, he SAYER annoy ANGER; BUG; GALL; GRATE; IRK; MIFF; NARK; RIDE; TEASE; TRY; VEX; ½ BOTHER; HACKLE; HASSLE; NETTLE; PEEVE; PESTER; RATTLE; TROUBLE annoyance ANGER; PIQUE annoyance, cause BUG; ½ AGGRIEVE; RANKLE; see ANNOY annoyance, express SWEAR; TUT annoyed ATE; CROSS; RODE; SORE; ½ RATTY; SHIRTY; TRIED; see ANGRY 15 annoyed exclamation mean “moving” in a clause like annoyed exclamation RATS “the coach is bound for the capiannoyed, get RILE tal” but can signify “unmoving” annoying person BLIGHTER; when it is used to mean “tied”.

E. e. g. g. g. to construct “wilder”) articulate FLUENT; UTTER; VERBAL artificial FAKE; MOCK; SHAM; anagram indicator artillery RA artist ETTY; HALS; HUNT; MUNCH; RA; TITIAN; TURNER; ½ DALI; DURER; LEGER; LELY; MATISSE; MANET; MIRO; MONET; PAINTER artist’s model FIGURE artist’s piecework COLLAGE artist’s stand/support/tripod EASEL artist, sit for POSE artistic man RA artistic set RAS; RSA artistic society RSA artistic technique OIL artistic work ICON; see ART artistry CRAFT; SKILL artless SIMPLE; ½ NAIF as LIKE; QUA; SINCE; SO as before DO (abbr.

G. Major, Napoleon animal enclosure CAGE; FOLD; PEN; STY; can indicate that an animal is to be nested animal fat TALLOW animal flesh MEAT animal fodder STRAW animal housing STY animal’s call BRAY animal sanctuary ARK; PEN; RESERVE animal shelter COTE; ZOO animal, small ROO animal, smallest RUNT animal sound BAA; BARK; GROWL; GRUNT; LOW; MEW; MOO; PURR; YAP animal specialist VET animal that might fly PIG animal transport ARK animal, wild BOAR; STRAY; see ANIMAL animals ASSES; FLOCK; HERD; MICE; NEAT; PACK; STOCK; SWINE; ZOO; see ANIMAL animals, farm STOCK animals, inferior CULL; CULLS animals, lots of ZOO animate JOLT; MOVE; STIR; ½ EXCITE animated LIT; anagram indicator animation shot CEL animosity FRICTION; PIQUE; SPITE Anita LOOS annal RECORD annex APPEND annexe GRAB announce CALL; SAY; STATE; USHER announced, announcing homophone indicator announcement AD; BILLING; homophone indicator announces, he SAYER annoy ANGER; BUG; GALL; GRATE; IRK; MIFF; NARK; RIDE; TEASE; TRY; VEX; ½ BOTHER; HACKLE; HASSLE; NETTLE; PEEVE; PESTER; RATTLE; TROUBLE annoyance ANGER; PIQUE annoyance, cause BUG; ½ AGGRIEVE; RANKLE; see ANNOY annoyance, express SWEAR; TUT annoyed ATE; CROSS; RODE; SORE; ½ RATTY; SHIRTY; TRIED; see ANGRY 15 annoyed exclamation mean “moving” in a clause like annoyed exclamation RATS “the coach is bound for the capiannoyed, get RILE tal” but can signify “unmoving” annoying person BLIGHTER; when it is used to mean “tied”.

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