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Pygmalion Vocabulary. Corpus, corporis , n. Body Derivatives? Corpse . Formosa, formosae , f. Shape, beauty. Aevum , aevi , n. Time, age Derivatives? Medieval, primeval, longevity. Interea. Meanwhile. concipio , concipere , concepi , conceptus.

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corpus corporis n
Corpus, corporis, n.
  • Body
  • Derivatives?
  • Corpse
aevum aevi n
Aevum, aevi, n.
  • Time, age
  • Derivatives?
  • Medieval, primeval, longevity
interea
Interea
  • Meanwhile
concipio concipere concepi conceptus
concipio, concipere, concepi, conceptus
  • To receive, conceive, develop, express, compose
  • Derivatives?
  • Conceive, conception
digitus digiti m
Digitus, digiti, m.
  • Finger
  • Derivatives?
  • Digit, digital
concha conchae f
Concha, conchae, f.
  • Shellfish, shell, pearl
  • Derivatives?
  • Conch
gemma gemmae f
Gemma, gemmae, f.
  • Jewel, gem
  • Derivatives?
  • Gem
tamquam
tamquam
  • Just as, as if, as though
volgo volgare vulgavi vulgatus
Volgo, volgare, vulgavi, vulgatus
  • To prostitute
  • Derivatives?
  • Vulgar, vulgarity, vulgate
pudor pudoris m
Pudor, pudoris, m.
  • Sense of shame; decency, chastity
  • Derivatives?
  • Impudent (rude), impudence (immodesty)
sculpo sculpere sculpsi sculptus
Sculpo, sculpere, sculpsi, sculptus
  • To carve, sculpt
  • Derivatives?
  • Sculpt, sculpture
lapillus lapilli m
Lapillus, lapilli, m.
  • Small stone, pebble; gem
monile monilis n
Monile, monilis, n.
  • Necklace, ornamental collar; jewelry
coniugium coniugii n
Coniugium, coniugii, n.
  • Marriage
  • Derivatives?
  • Conjugal, conjugate
cera cerae f
Cera, cerae, f.
  • Wax, beeswax
pariter
Pariter
  • Together, at the same time
tracto tractare tractavi tractatus
Tracto, tractare, tractavi, tractatus
  • To keep pulling, dragging; to handle, rub, stroke
  • Derivatives?
  • Retract
vena venae f
Vena, venae, f.
  • Blood-vessel, vein
  • Derivatives?
  • Vein, intravenous
accendo accendere accendi accensus
Accendo, accendere, accendi, accensus
  • To kindle, ignite; to make hotter, intensify
  • Derivatives?
  • Accentuate
tempto temptare temptavi temptatus
Tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatus
  • To try; to feel
  • Derivatives?
  • Temptation, attempt
redimiculum redimiculi n
Redimiculum, redimiculi, n.
  • Decorative band, garland
lumen luminis n
Lumen, luminis, n.
  • Light; eye, vision, gaze, glance
  • Derivatives?
  • Luminary, luminescence, luminosity, illuminate
retracto retractare retractavi retractatus
Retracto, retractare, retractavi, retractatus
  • To draw back; to handle/feel again/repeatedly
  • Derivatives?
  • Retract
cervix cervicis f
Cervix, cervicis, f.
  • The neck
  • Derivatives?
  • Cervix
baca bacae f
Baca, bacae, f.
  • Berry, nut; pearl, bead
sentio sentire sensi sensus
Sentio, sentire, sensi, sensus
  • To sense, feel, perceive
  • Derivatives?
  • Sense, sensual, sensitive, sentiment, sensory, sentient, consensus
auris auris f
Auris, auris, f.
  • Ear
  • Derivatives?
  • Aural, auricular
mollis mollis molle
Mollis, mollis, molle
  • Tender, soft, gentle
  • Derivatives?
  • Mollify, emollient
os oris n
Os, oris, n.
  • Mouth, face, expression
  • Derivatives?
  • Oral
silex silicis m
Silex, silicis, m.
  • Hard stone, flint
pectus pectoris n
Pectus, pectoris, n.
  • Chest, breast
  • Pectoral
manus manus f
Manus, manus, f.
  • Hand
  • Derivatives?
  • Manual, manufacture, manipulate, manicure, manuscript
insido insidere insedi insessus
Insido, insidere, insedi, insessus
  • To settle upon; to sink into
  • derivatives?
  • Sediment, sedentary
membrum membri n
Membrum, membri, n.
  • Part of the body, limb, member
  • Derivatives?
  • Member, membrane
artus artus m
Artus, artus, m.
  • Joint of the body; arm, leg, limb
volucris volucris f
Volucris, volucris, f.
  • Winged creature, bird, f.
premo premere pressi pressus
Premo, premere, pressi, pressus
  • To press, press upon; to cover; to oppress
  • Derivatives?
  • Press, pressure, repress, repression, impress, impression, compress, compression, oppress, oppression, depress, depression, suppress, suppression