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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort descending

propped up; supported, 7.94.

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to roll out or forth, 5.807; unroll a scroll or volume; hence, (fig.), reveal, declare, 9.528.

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a mountain in Arcadia, 5.448.

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Enceladus, a giant, son of Caelus and Terra, 3.578; 4.179.

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a beginning; origin, 7.40; opening, beginning, of discourse, 4.284. (exōrdior)

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(conj.), even if, although, though, 2.583.

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to buy, purchase, 10.503.

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(adj.), belonging to the dawn, eastern, 1.489.

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to thrust out; expose, uncover; p., exsertus, a, um, stripped; naked, 1.492.

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to disappear, vanish, 4.278.

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to play out; to mock, elude, 11.695; deceive, disappoint.

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to mold out, shape forth; form, fashion; portray, represent, 6.32; counterfeit, imitate, 10.640. (ex and fingō)

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a nymph of Roman mythology, instructress of Numa, 7.763.

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Elis, one of the countries of the Peloponnesus, west of Arcadia, 3.694.

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to fight out; carry by storm, 9.532; win by assault, 10.92.

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Lucifer, the day star; the dawn, 3.588.

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to rise up; rise, 11.697; stand, 6.607.

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to strike out, 1.174; beat out, mold, 6.847.

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poured forth; overflowing; thronging, 12.131. (effundō)

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adj. (exitium), destructive, fatal, deadly, 2.31.

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one of the Pleiades (daughters of Atlas), and mother of Dardanus, 8.135.

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to count out or completely; enumerate, 4.334.

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son of Epytus, a follower of Aeneas, and master of the equestrian games, 5.547.

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(interj.), up! come on! away! 4.569.

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to call out or forth; summon, conjure, 4.242.

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(adj. interr. pron., denoting vehement feeling), whether any? any? 3.341. (ec and qui)

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adj. (equus), pertaining to horses; horse hair, 9.622.

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ancient Tuscany; Etruria.

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amber; a mixed metal of the color of amber, 8.402.

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to boil up, foam up, rage, 3.577; to be agitated, to burn, 9.798.

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to shut out, exclude. (ex and claudō)

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Elysium, the Elysian fields, the dwelling place set apart for the blessed in the lower world.

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to curse bitterly; execrate, curse, 3.273. (ex and sacrō)

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to blow or breathe out, 7.786. (ex and flō)

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to breathe out, 2.562.

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adj. (Eryx), pertaining to Eryx, Erycinian, 5.759.

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Epirus, the country on the Adriatic coast, west of Thessaly and Macedon, now Albania, 3.292.

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to eat out, hollow out, devour; consume, destroy, 5.785.

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an elephant; (meton.), ivory, 3.464.

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1. A multitude; swarm, 7.67. 2. The tongue or indicator of the scales or balances; the index, 12.725. (ex and agō).

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a mare. (equus)

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adj. (ex and pars), having no part in; w. gen., free from, without, apart from, 4.550; destitute of, 10.752.

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to fly away, 9.477.

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to dig out, excavate, 1.427; dig up, 1.443; dig, thrust out, 3.663. (ex and fodiō)

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to speak forth; declare; decree, order, w. subj. or inf., 3.235; announce, order, charge, 11.463.

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to belch out; to vomit, throw forth or out, 3.632; discharge, 6.297.

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to dash forth, out, up, 3.567; suffocate, strangle, 8.289; force out, cause to start out, 8.261. (ex and laedō)

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brother of the Lycian archer Pandarus, and follower of Aeneas, 5.495.

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(interj. expressive of grief), ah! alas! woe is me! 2.274, et al.

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to drive out; drive or carry up; banish, 1.620; repel, drive, 10.354.

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to eat, 7.113; to eat, waste, consume, 4.66; pres., est, 4.66; (fig.), fret, vex, torment, consume, 12.801.

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to move off or away; throw off, start from, 2.493; dispel, relieve, 6.382; tear away, shatter, 2.610.

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(adj.), without share, lot, or part; deprived of, 6.428; not provided or given by lot; unallotted, undesignated, 5.534; different from others; distinguished, 8.552.

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to call or cry out, 2.733.

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another name for Dido, 4.335.

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1. Europa, the daughter of Agenor, king of Phoenicia, borne by Jupiter over the sea to Crete. 2. Europe, 1.385.

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to teach completely; communicate, declare, 5.748.

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outside of, beyond, 6.796; out of; from, 2.672. (exterā, abl. of exter)

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destitute, needy, necessitous, helpless, 4.373. (egeō)

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hating much; usually w. an obj. acc.; hostile, adverse to, hating, 5.687.

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adj. (egeō), needy; in want, destitute, 1.599; distressed, straitened, imperiled, desperate, 10.367.

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to ask importunately; to beg, entreat, seek, 3.261.

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to take out; remove, 6.746; take away, remove, 1.216. (ex and emō)

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to follow out or throughout; to perform, conduct, 4.53; execute, 4.396; do, 4.421; pursue, treat of, describe.

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the well-disposed; a deprecatory title given by the Greeks to the Furies; the Eumenides, the Furies, 4.469.

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to measure out or off, 10.772; pass over, traverse, 5.628.

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to encourage, rouse, 7.472; advise, 8.510; to spur, 11.610.

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to banquet, feast, 4.207; w. abl., to banquet, feast upon, 3.224; w. acc., feast upon, 4.602. (epulae)

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to burst forth; burst, break through, 1.580; dash, dart forward, 10.890.

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to conquer completely; overcome, 2.630; move, 4.548, et al.; bear down, sweep away, 2.497.

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an outcome, issue, result, event, fortune, 6.158. (ēveniō)

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ivory, 1.592.

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to seek out, 3.96; discover, petition, pray for, implore, 4.57. (ex and quaerō)

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adj. (ebur), of ivory; ivory, 6.647; ivory-hilted, 11.11.

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an exile, 3.11.

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to cast out, forth, away; p., ēiectus, a, um, cast ashore, 1.578; banished, 8.646; stretched out at full length, thrust forth, 10.894. (ex and iaciō)

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to struggle forth or upward; to bring forth, bear offspring, 3.327.

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adj. (ex), on the outside; external, foreign, 4.350; superl., extrēmus (or extimus), a, um, outermost; outer, 12.925; last, most distant, farthest, 5.327; remotest, hindmost, last, 5.183; final, 3.714; consummating, finishing, 7.572; last in degree; extreme, basest, worst, 11.701; the instant of, verge of, 2.447; subst., extrēma, ōrum, pl. n., the most distant parts, 1.577; the last sufferings, death, 1.219; perils, 3.315; adv.; extrēma, for the last time, one’s last, 11.865.

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adj. (ex and fētus, productive), no longer producing; exhausted, 5.396; incapable (w. gen.), 7.440.

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a going or coming out; departure, exit, passage, 6.894; event, 5.523; end, death, 2.554.(exeō)

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a fury, 2.337; pest, scourge, curse, 2.573.

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to shine forth or brightly; be effulgent, 2.616; 8.677; glitter, be distinguished, conspicuous, 5.133. (ex and fulgeō)

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(adj.), of Euboea, an island on the eastern coast of Greece; Euboean, 6.2.

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to draw out, drain, exhaust, toil through, achieve, 4.14; undergo, 1.599; endure, 11.256; inflict, 9.356.

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to send forth, 6.898; hurl, throw, shoot, 11.676.

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to bind round; crown, wreathe, 5.269; bind, 5.364.

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(adv.), from that place; thence, of place; of time, thereafter; thereupon, then, 6.743, et al.

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to weigh out; (fig.), pay; suffer, 6.740; expiate, 2.229.

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to build up; erect; raise, spread, 3.224; build, 4.267; p., exstrūctus, a, um, raised by, reclining on, 9.326. exstrūctum, ī, n., an elevated seat or tribunal, 5.290.

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to look out for; to expect, wait for, 4.134; await, 6.614; tarry, linger, delay, 4.225; p., exspectātus, a, um, much looked for; much desired, 2.283; expected, trusted.

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the inner parts of animals, esp. the upper portions, as distinguished from the lower intestines; entrails, 4.64.

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to begin to burn; (fig.), to be roused to anger; kindle, burn, 2.575; 5.172.

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to ascertain by calling out; investigate, search; reconnoiter, explore, examine, 1.307; observe, 3.514; find out, determine, 1.77.

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to cut out, 1.429; cut off, away, or down, 2.481; destroy, 2.637. (ex and caedō)

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(adj.), without blood; lifeless, 2.542; pale with terror, terrified, 2.212.

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to hear distinctly; hear, 1.219; catch the sound, hear from afar, 7.15; listen to, heed, 11.157.

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to put forth; plunge, 10.305; to land, 6.416; to put out or extend, 10.654; expose to, 10.694.

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to frighten; alarm, startle, terrify, 3.307; flutter in terror, 5.505; p., exterritus, a, um, startled; roused, 4.571.

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to lift up; (fig.), laud, extol, 11.401.

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to be in want or need; (w. abl. or gen.), to want, need, 2.522; to be poor, destitute, 1.384; to feel the need of, be desirous of, 5.751.

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