Hans H. Ørberg's Aeneis: Latin-English Vocabulary PDF

By Hans H. Ørberg

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

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Assemblage: Versammlung, Sammlung, Zusammenkunft, Zusammenstellung. blushing: errötend. bobbed: stutzte. booted: gestiefelt, gebootet, gestartet. breaths: Atemzüge. bursting: zerplatzend. crashingly: stürzen. distressing: peinlich. eagerness: Eifer, Habsucht, Gierde, Gier, Gelüst. frantically: wahnsinnig, wild, krampfhaft. gleefully: frohlockend, fröhlich, fröhliche. glistening: glitzernd. glossy: glänzend, glatt. grimaces: masken, Grimassen. harrowing: eggen, eggend. jostled: angerempelt. roar: brausen, sausen, Gebrüll, brüllen, zischen.

The fire in the stove had gone out. The displaced lids and open doors showed heaps of sullen grey ashes. The remnants of a meal, ghastly, like dead flesh, lay in a corner. Maggie’s red mother, stretched on the floor, blasphemed and gave her daughter a bad name. German ashes: Asche, Welle, Achse. bedraggled: ungepflegt, beschmutzte, beschmutzt. blasphemed: lästerte, lästerten, lästertest, lästertet, gelästert. cracks: kracht, Knallen, Bruchstellen, Brüche, Anreißen, Risse. displaced: verschobt, verschobst, verschoben, verschob, verdrängte.

Maggie’s red mother, stretched on the floor, blasphemed and gave her daughter a bad name. German ashes: Asche, Welle, Achse. bedraggled: ungepflegt, beschmutzte, beschmutzt. blasphemed: lästerte, lästerten, lästertest, lästertet, gelästert. cracks: kracht, Knallen, Bruchstellen, Brüche, Anreißen, Risse. displaced: verschobt, verschobst, verschoben, verschob, verdrängte. drunken: betrunken, trunken. ghastly: grässlich, widerwärtig, garstig, gespenstisch, grausam. heap: Haufen, Menge, Stapel, Häufen, Überschütten, Überhäufen, Stoß, Häufung, Ansammlung, Masse, Aufstapeln.

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