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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid Sort descending
abiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to cast off, away or down, 10.736. (ab and iaciō)

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Iōpās, ae, m.

a Carthaginian poet, 1.740.

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Lāodamīa, ae, f.

daughter of Acastus and wife of Protesilaus, who killed herself after her husband was slain by Hector, 6.447.

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vesper, eris or erī, m.

the evening; the evening star; the west, 5.19; personif., Vesper, Hesperus, 1.374, et al.

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viduō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bereave, with acc. and abl., 8.571. (viduus)

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amāracus, ī, m.

marjoram, 1.693.

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Līris, is, m.

an Etruscan warrior, 11.670.

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Aniō (Anien), ēnis or ōnis, m.

the Anio, a branch of the Tiber, flowing from the Sabine Mountains through Latium, 7.683.

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lychnus, ī, m.

a lamp, light, 1.726.

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Maeōtius, a, um

adj. (Maeōtae), pertaining to the Maeotae, or Scythians on the Palus Maeotis, or Sea of Azof; Maeotian, 6.799.

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āra, ae, f.

an altar, 2.514, et al.; funeral pile, 6.177; pl., Ārae, ārum, the Altars, a reef in the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and Africa, 1.109.

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Mettus, ī, m.

Mettus Fuffetius, an Alban general, put to death by Tullius Hostilius for treachery, 8.642.

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Atlantis, idis, f.

a daughter or female descendant of Atlas; Electra, 8.135.

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Aufidus, ī, m.

the Aufidus, a river in Apulia, 11.405.

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Mycēnae, ārum, and Mycēna, ae, f.

Mycenae, an ancient city of Argolis; the abode of Danaus, Pelops, and Agamemnon, 1.284, et al.

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bipennis, e

adj. (bis and penna), two-winged; two-edged, 11.135; subst., f., a two-edged ax, 2.627; a battle-ax, 2.479.

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Naxos, ī, f.

Naxos, one of the Cyclades, east of Paros, noted for its wine and the worship of Bacchus, 3.125.

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cadāver, eris, n.

a dead body, carcass, corpse, 8.264. (cadō)

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Nēritos, ī, f.

Neritos, a small island near Ithaca, 3.271.

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calcō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to put under the heel; trample upon; mix by trampling, 12.340. (calx)

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Caphēreus, eī, m.

Caphareus, a promontory on the southern coast of Euboea, 11.260.

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Caspius, a, um

(adj.), of the Caspian Sea, Caspian; Asiatic, 6.798.

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nūntius, a, um

(adj.), announcing.

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clam

(adv.), secretly, 1.350.

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comētēs (comēta), ae, m.

a comet, 10.273.

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Parthenius, iī, m.

a Trojan, 10.748.

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contundō, tudī, tūnsus, or tūsus, 3, a.

to pound thoroughly; beat, bruise, pound; (fig.), subdue, conquer, 1.264.

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peregrīnus, a, um

adj. (peregre from per and ager), of foreign lands; foreign, barbarian, 11.772.

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culmus, ī, m.

a stalk, stem; thatch; straw hut, 8.654.

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daedalus, a, um

(adj.), artificial, skillful, cunningly wrought; wily, artful, 7.282.

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plaga, ae, f.

a net, hunter's net; a snare, a trap, 4.131.

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praedictum, ī, n.

a thing foretold; a prediction, prophecy, 4.464. (praedīcō)

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dissideō, sēdī, sessus, 2, n.

to be situated apart, be separated, 7.370. (dis- and sedeō)

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dolō, ōnis, m.

a staff or pole with an iron point; a pike, 7.664.

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pūgnātor, ōris, m.

a fighter; adjectively, fighting, fierce, 11.680. (pūgnō)

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ēdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead out, lead forth, 1.432; draw out, 10.744; bear, bring forth, 6.765; work out, forge, 6.630; erect, build, 2.186; rear, 2.461; bring up, maintain, 8.413.

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quadrifidus, a, um

adj. (quattuor and findō), four-cleft, split into four parts, 7.509.

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efferō, extulī, ēlātus, ferre, irreg. a.

to bear, or bring out or forth, 2.297; bear away, rescue, 3.150; raise, elevate, lift up or high, 1.127; elate, puff up, 11.715; efferre gressum or pedem, walk, go, come forth, 2.753; efferre sē, arise, 3.215. (ex and ferō)

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ēveniō, vēnī, ventus, 4, n.

to come out; come to pass, happen, 2.778.

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exanimō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to deprive of life; p., exanimātus, a, um, without breath, breathless; disheartened; terrified, 5.805. (ex and anima)

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exstō, āre, n.

to stand forth or out; rise above, 6.668.

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ferveō, ferbuī, 2, n., and fervō, fervī, 3, n.

to boil; (fig.), to blaze, be bright, 4.567; flash, 8.677; glow, 11.195; stir, be alive, teeming, 4.407; move, speed on, 1.436; rage, 9.693.

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salīgnus, a, um

adj. (salix, willow), made of willow; willow-, 7.632.

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flōreus, a, um

adj. (flōs), flowery, 1.430.

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Scyllaeus, a, um

adj. (Scylla), pertaining to Scylla; Scyllaean, 1.200.

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sequor, secūtus sum, 3, dep. a.

to follow, 1.185; follow closely, pursue, 5.227; seek after, pursue, 3.327; seek to reach, seek, 4.381; 10.193; pursue a plan or course, 3.368; compass, attain, find, 6.457; follow in narrative, recount, 1.342; follow; of words responding to the will, 12.912; yield to the hand, 6.146; attend, favor, 8.15.

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Halius, iī, m.

a Trojan, 9.767.

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Hermionē, ēs, f.

daughter of Menelaus and Helen, and wife of Orestes, 3.328.

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hispidus, a, um

(adj.), shaggy, hairy, 10.210.

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strāmen, inis, n.

something spread out; a couch, litter, 11.67. (sternō)

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īgnēscō, 3, inc. n.

to take fire; to be fired, inflamed, to burn, 9.66. (īgnis)

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suō, suī, sūtus, 3, a.

to sew or stitch; fasten, form compactly; p., sūtus, a, um; p. subst., sūtum, ī, n., texture, plate, or scale of a coat of mail, 10.313.

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tacitus, a, um

passed over in silence, unmentioned, 6.841; unobserved, 2.568; unexpressed, secret, hidden, 4.67; silent, in silence, 2.125; silent, speechless, 4.364; still, noiseless, 6.386; calm, 1.502; quiet, solitary, in the night, 7.343; per tacitum, in silence, quietly, 9.31. (taceō)

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Tatius, iī, m.

Titus Tatius, a Sabine king, at first hostile to Romulus, but at last joint king with him over Romans and Sabines, 8.638.

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tenor, ōris, m.

a holding on; a continuous course; course. (teneō)

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indēfessus, a, um

(adj.), unwearied, 11.651.

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Thessandrus, ī, m.

Thessandrus, a Greek chief, 2.261.

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torpor, ōris, m.

numbness; (fig.), dread, 12.867. (torpeō)

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interimō, ēmī, ēmptus, 3, a.

to take from the midst; kill, 10.428. (inter and emō)

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acclīnis, e

leaning on or against, 10.835.

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Acragās, antis, m.

Agrigentum, a city on the southern coast of Sicily, now Girgenti, 3.703.

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Aeaeus, a, um

(adj.), of Aeaea, the island of Circe; Aeaean or Colchian, 3.386.

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largior, ītus sum, 4, dep.

to give largely; bestow, grant, 10.494. (largus)

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vetitum, ī, n.

that which is forbidden; a prohibition, 10.9. (vetō)

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Ligus, uris, m.

a Ligurian; inhabitant of Liguria, the modern Piedmont; pl., Ligurēs, um, the Ligurians, 10.185.

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ambiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a. and n.

to go round; encompass, 6.550; (fig.), approach, address, 4.283; entrap, circumvent, 7.333. (amb- and eō)

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utcumque

(adv.), in whatever way, however, howsoever, 6.822.

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Lynceus (dissyll.), eī, m.

one of the companions of Aeneas, 9.768.

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argūmentum, ī, n.

the means of making clear; subject, theme, story, 7.791. (arguō)

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medicō, āvī, ātus, 1, a., and medicor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a. and n.

to heal with drugs; heal, 7.756; mix with drugs or poisons; medicate, drug, 6.420. (medicus)

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harundineus, a, um

adj. (harundō), of reeds, reedy, 10.710.

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mercēs, mercēdis, f.

that which goes for gain; reward; condition, consideration; cost, penalty, 7.317. (merx, merchandise, and cēdō)

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attonō, uī, itus, 1, a.

to thunder at; p., attonitus, a, um, (fig.), stunned; agitated, 7.580; amazed, astonished, 3.172; afflicted, overwhelmed, 12.610; spellbound, hushed, 6.53. (ad and tonō)

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multō

(adv.), much, by much, by far, far, 2.199, et al.

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necō, āvī or uī, ātus, 1, a.

to slay, kill, 8.488.

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Calybē, ēs, f.

an aged priestess of Juno, 7.419.

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noctivagus, a, um

adj. (nox and vagus, wandering), night-wandering; nightly, nocturnal, 10.216.

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catēia, ae, f.

a slender javelin, 7.741.

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chalybs, ybis, m.

steel, 8.446.

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Ocnus, ī, m.

founder of Mantua, 10.198.

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Claudius, a, um

adj. (Claudius), pertaining to the family of Claudius; Claudian, 7.708.

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Ortīnus, a, um

adj. (Orta), of Orta, a Tuscan city; Ortine, 7.716.

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Pagasus, ī, m.

an Etruscan, 11.670.

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Pantagiās, ae, m.

Pantagias, a river on the east coast of Sicily, 3.689.

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convolvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll together; roll up, coil, 2.474.

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Cybelē, ēs, and Cybēbē, ēs, or ae, f.

1. Cybele, the principal goddess of Phrygia, corresponding to the “Magna Mater” of the Romans, and often identified with Rhea and Ops, 10.220. 2. A mountain in Phrygia sacred to Cybele, 3.111.

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populāris, e

adj. (populus), pertaining to the people or nation; popular, 6.816.

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praefulgeō, fulsī, 2, n.

to shine or glitter at the end, 8.553.

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dētrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to draw from; take from, 5.260.

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prior, ius, ōris (superl., prīmus, wh. see)

first or foremost, of two, 5.155; first in order of time, 1.581; earlier, former, first, 3.213; beforehand, anticipating, 11.760; superior, 11.292; (subst.), priōrēs, m., ancestors, 3.693.

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discindō, scidī, scissus, 3, a.

to tear asunder, pull in pieces, rend, 12.602.

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prōditiō, ōnis, f.

a giving forth, betrayal; treachery, treason; allegation or charge of treason, 2.83. (prōdō)

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prōmoveō, mōvī, mōtus, 2, a.

to move forward; push forward, 10.195.

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Prōteus (dissyll.), eī or eos, m.

a sea-god who often changed his form; Prōteī Columnae, the island of Pharos, the boundary of Egypt, 11.262.

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effringō, frēgī, frāctus, 3, a.

to break out or open; crush, dash out, 5.480. (ex and frangō)

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quōcircā

(adv.), for which reason, wherefore, and therefore, 1.673.

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Erymās, antis, m.

a Trojan slain by Turnus, 9.702.

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Eunēus, ī, m.

a Trojan slain by Camilla, 11.666.

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Sācrānus, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to the Sacrani, a Latin people; Sacranian, 7.796.

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fluxus, a, um

flowing away; perishing, waning, 10.88.

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