By Hans H. Ørberg
Latin-English Vocabulary for Ørberg’s version of books I and IV of Vergil’s Aeneid. See that booklet for additional information.
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Flies: vuela. fortified: fortificado. hung: colgó, pret y pp de hang, colgado, continuado. imagination: imaginación. jumping: saltar. obligation: obligación, deber, compromiso. prosaic: prosaico. quickening: vivificando, resucitando, acelerando, apretando, estimulando, vivificar, acelerar, acelerado, aceleración, regreso a la vida. reflection: reflexión, reflejo. remiss: remiso. riot: disturbio, alboroto, ruido. shrillness: lo estridente, lo agudo. soul: alma, espíritu, ánimo. tide: marea. tied: atado.
Cautiously: cautamente. chink: grieta. conveying: alargando, entregando. dining: cenando. disfavour: disfavor, desfavorecer, desaprobación, hacer disfavor. essence: esencia. fascinating: fascinante, fascinando. fate: destino, suerte, sino, hado. garlic: ajo, el ajo. glory: gloria. hinges: goznes, bisagras. laying: colocando, poniendo. loneliness: soledad, la soledad. meantime: entretanto, mientras tanto. medium: medio, intermedio, mediano, soporte, media. memories: memorias, recuerdos. menial: criado.
I have not stinted. ” What could I do but bow acceptance? It was Mr. Hawkins’ interest, not mine, and I had to think of him, not myself, and besides, while Count Dracula was speaking, there was that in his eyes and in his bearing which made me remember that I was a prisoner, and that if I wished it I could have no choice. The Count saw his victory in my bow, and his mastery in the trouble of my face, for he began at once to use them, but in his own smooth, resistless way. “I pray you, my good young friend, that you will not discourse of things other than business in your letters.
Aeneis: Latin-English Vocabulary by Hans H. Ørberg