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a heavy spear wound with combustibles; fiery dart, 9.705.

1

about to be; future, 4.622. (sum)

12

the future, 4.508; pl., things to come, 6.12.

3

adj. (fundō), vain, weak, foolish, 11.339; brittle, treacherous, 12.740.

2

(adj.), dark, dusky, 7.408.

2

that which is stolen; (meton.), the act of stealing; theft; secrecy, concealment, 4.337; artifice, deceit, fraud, deception, 6.24; treacherous deed (adultery), 10.91; stealthy attack, stratagem, 9.350; fūrta bellī, an ambuscade, 11.515. (fūr)

8

adj. (fūrtum), of the nature of stealing; stealthy, secret, 4.171; (adv.), fūrtīvum, stealthily, in secret, 7.660.

2

(adv.), by stealth, secretly, 2.18. (fūr)

6

rage, madness, fury, 1.150, et al.; frenzy, 4.91; love, desire; personif. as a deity, a Fury, 1.294. (furō)

23

rage, madness, fury, 1.150, et al.; frenzy, 4.91; love, desire; personif. as a deity, a Fury, 1.294. (furō)

1

to steal, w. acc. and dat., 5.845; p., fūrātus, a, um, having stolen, w. dat. and ellipsis of acc., 7.283. (fūr)

2

to be mad; freq., to rave, be frantic, rage, 1.491; to be furious, burn, storm (for war), 7.625; to be burning or mad with love, 1.659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6.100; inspired, 2.345; distracted with grief, 3.313; plunge madly, 9.552; boil, 7.464; with cognate acc., give vent to one's fury, 12.680.

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to be mad; freq., to rave, be frantic, rage, 1.491; to be furious, burn, storm (for war), 7.625; to be burning or mad with love, 1.659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6.100; inspired, 2.345; distracted with grief, 3.313; plunge madly, 9.552; boil, 7.464; with cognate acc., give vent to one's fury, 12.680.

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to madden, enrage, infuriate, 2.407. (furiae)

2

adj. (furō), filled with frenzy; raging, raving, wild, frantic, 4.646.

2

adj. (furiae), raging, 7.375.

2

rage, fury, madness, frenzy, 1.41, et al.; vengeance, 8.494; personif., Furiae, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Avengers, 3.331; for the Harpies, 3.252. (furō)

10

rage, fury, madness, frenzy, 1.41, et al.; vengeance, 8.494; personif., Furiae, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Avengers, 3.331; for the Harpies, 3.252. (furō)

6

a funeral; freq., funeral rites, 4.308; death, carnage, 2.361; corpse, dead body, 6.150; deathbed, 9.491; funeral pyre, 11.189; calamity, 1.232; pl., fūnera, um, a corpse prepared for burial, 9.486.

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a rope, 2.239, et al.; cord, string, 5.488.

10

to perform, fulfill, discharge, pay, w. abl., 6.885.

1

adj. (fūnus), fatal, destructive, 7.322.

1

adj. (fūnus), of a funeral; funeral-, 4.507.

3

the bottom, 2.419; depth, abyss, 6.581; the ground; a farm; fundō, from the foundation, 10.88.

6

to pour; freq., pour in, 12.417; pour forth, 2.329; discharge, 11.610; shed, 3.348; emit, 2.684; put forth, 12.207; bear, 8.139; disperse, rout, defeat, 2.421; prostrate, slay, 1.193; utter, 3.344; (pass.), fundī, to spread, gather, crowd, 3.635; to assemble, swarm, 6.709; p., fūsus, a, um, lying extended, stretched out; expended, thrown away, 7.421; flowing, 10.137; overspread, 10.838; fundī circum, to encompass, encircle, 12.433.

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to make or lay the bottom of anything; to found, erect, build, 4.260; establish, render stable, organize, 6.811; of ships, hold to the bottom, fasten, moor, hold, 6.4. (fundus)

6

(adv.), completely, utterly, entirely, 6.736.

3

a founder, 7.678. (1. fundō)

1

a foundation, 4.266. (1. fundō)

3

a sling, 9.586.

2

adj. (fūnis), made of or pertaining to a rope, cord, or wick; subst., fūnāle, is, n., a wax taper, candle, torch, 1.727.

1

smoke, 2.609, et al.

10

to smoke, 3.3, et al.; send up vapor; fume, reek, 2.698; foam, 12.338. (fūmus)

10

adj. (fūmus and ferō), smoke bearing; smoky, 8.255.

2

adj. (fūmus), smoking, 9.75; steaming, 7.465; veiled with smoke, 7.76.

3

adj. (fūmus), smoky; smoking, 6.593.

1

(adj.), reddish or tawny yellow; yellow, 5.374; tawny, 2.722; brown, 11.751; glowing, bright, 12.792.

19

to lighten, or thunder, flash. (fulmen)

1

adj. (fulmen), like lightning; gleaming, flashing, 4.580; like lightning (with his lightning darts), 9.812.

3

lightning, 10.177; thunderbolt, 2.649, et al.; thunder, 1.230. (fulgeō)

19

lightning, flash of lightning, 8.431; brilliancy, brightness, splendor, 5.88. (fulgeō)

4

to shine brightly; flash, gleam, glance, 5.562.

11

gleaming, flashing, 2.749; glowing, bright, 9.614. (fulgeō)

17

a support, prop, post, foot, 6.604. (fulciō)

1

to sustain, support, uphold, 4.247.

3

to put to flight, drive, 6.312; make to vanish, drive away, 3.521; disperse, 1.143. (fugiō)

5

to flee, fly, 2.528; recede, 6.61; run away from, outstrip, 10.266; flee back from, 11.405; escape, 2.156; shun, avoid; w. infin., refuse, 9.200; p., fugiēns, entis, swift, flying, 11.654. (rel. to φεύγω)

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adj. (fugiō), swift in flight; fleet, 10.697; timid, 9.591.

6

a fleeing; a flight, 1.137; escape, 11.815; speed, 1.317; voyage, 3.190; personif., 9.719; ēripere, agitāre fugam, to hasten one’s flight, 2.619, 640; dare fugam, w. dat., to yield, i.e. take flight, 12.367. (fugiō)

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a fleeing; a flight, 1.137; escape, 11.815; speed, 1.317; voyage, 3.190; personif., 9.719; ēripere, agitāre fugam, to hasten one’s flight, 2.619, 640; dare fugam, w. dat., to yield, i.e. take flight, 12.367. (fugiō)

1

the male bee; a drone, 1.435

1

a lake in the Apennines, east of Rome (now removed, or nearly so, by artificial drainage), 7.759.

1

(found usually in the pl., frūgēs, um) fruit, of the ground and of trees; fruit of the ground; corn, 1.178; wheaten meal, sacrificial grits, cake, 2.133; herbs, 6.420. (fruor)

4

a piece, 1.212.

2

to render vain; frustrate, baffle, disappoint, 6.493. (frūstrā)

1

to render vain; frustrate, baffle, disappoint, 6.493. (frūstrā)

1

(adv.), in vain, to no purpose, 6.294, et al. (rel. to fraus)

19

to enjoy, w. abl., 3.352.

4

grain, corn; a grain, 4.406; growing wheat, blades of corn or wheat. (fruor)

1

the forehead, brow, 636; face, 11.238; 10.211; horns, 3.9, 627; front, 1.166; prow, 5.158.

16

a leaf, 3.449; leafage, foliage; leafy spray, branch, twig, bough, 2.249; a leafy crown, a garland, wreath, 4.148.

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full of leaves, leafy; woody, 5.252. (frōns)

3

formed of leaves; covered with leaves; leafy. (frōns)

1

to put forth leaves, 6.144. (frondeō)

1

to be leafy; to bear or put forth leaves; frondēns, leafy, 3.25; green; still bearing leaves, 4.399. (1. frōns)

6

cold, frost, 6.309; cold weather, a cold storm; coolness, cool breeze; frost; chilling, paralyzing fear, 1.92; the chill of death, 12.951. (rel. to frīgeō)

5

adj. (frīgeō), cold, 7.715; chilling, benumbing; chill, shuddering, 3.29; cool; (fig.), without spirit, slow, w. dat., 11.338.

10

to be cold, stiff with cold; stiffened, rigid with death, 6.219; to be benumbed, paralyzed, torpid, 5.396.

2

(adj.), leaning on; w. abl. of the thing on which; relying on, confiding in, trusting to, 4.245.

7

a frith or strait; water; the sea, 1.557.

8

to visit often; to visit or attend in great numbers; resort to, frequent, throng, inhabit, 6.478. (frequēns)

1

(adj.), frequent; often present, often; in great numbers, thronging, 1.707; abounding in; plentiful.

4

a bit, 4.135; bridle, reins, 3.542; (fig.), 6.100.

11

to bridle, 5.554; check, curb, restrain, 1.54, 523. (frēnum)

3

a roaring, a murmur, 11.297. (fremō)

1

to make a murmuring noise; to roar, 1.56; whinny, neigh, 12.82; raise lamentations, 6.175; whiz, 12.922; resound, 4.668; rage, 5.19; to be fierce, furious, 4.229; fume, rave, 12.535; shout and sing, 4.146; a., rage, rave for, clamor for, 11.453, et al.; ore fremere, applaud, shout applause, 5.385; p., fremēns, entis, raging, 4.229.

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a murmuring, an uproar, din; tumult, shouting, 2.338, et al.; buzzing, humming; neighing, 11.607. (fremō)

6

an ash tree, 11.136.

1

adj. (fraxinus), pertaining to the ash tree; of ash wood, ashen, ash, 6.181.

1

fraud, deception, treachery, deceit, guile, 4.675; stratagem, ambuscade, 11.522; wickedness; fault, offense, 9.428; mischance, harm, 10.72; hurt, harm, 11.708; treacherous nature, uncertainty, 9.397.

10

to deprive of wrongfully; cheat, defraud (w. abl. of the thing), 4.355. (fraus)

1

pertaining to a brother; brother’s, 4.21; fraternal, 5.24. (frāter)

4

a brother, 1.130.

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to break, 1.104; crush, grind, 1.179; dishearten, discourage, 2.13; baffle; weaken, impair, ruin, destroy, 3.53.

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to break, 1.104; crush, grind, 1.179; dishearten, discourage, 2.13; baffle; weaken, impair, ruin, destroy, 3.53.

2

to emit odor; be fragrant; p., frāgrāns, antis, fragrant, 1.436.

1

adj. (fragor), crashing, clashing, roaring, noisy, 7.566.

1

breaking, the noise of breaking; a crash; noise; a burst or clap of thunder, 2.692; roaring, uproar, 1.154; shout, 5.228; noise of lamentation, 11.214. (frangō)

9

a fracture; a piece broken off, fragment, 9.569. (frangō)

4

to keep warm; (fig.), foster, protect, cherish, 1.281; soothe, 12.420; caress, make love to, 1.718; rest, incline, 10.838; to toy away, enjoy, 4.193; cherish, hope, long, desire, 1.18.

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a ditch, trench, 7.157. (fodiō)

10

a gangway between the rowing benches of a ship; the inferior, the hold or hatches of a ship or boat, 4.605; pl., hatches, 6.412. (rel. to forum)

2

a place of public assembly; market, exchange; forum, 5.758; Forum Rōmānum, the principal Roman forum or chief place of popular assemblies, situated nearly between the Capitol and the Palatine, 8.361.

2

a Sabine town, 7.714.

1

adj. (fortūna), befriended by fortune; fortunate, happy, blessed, prosperous, 1.437; w. gen., 11.416.

5

fortune, destiny, lot, chance, fate, 1.628; success, 10.422; the proper moment, a chance, 12.920; misfortune, calamity, 12.593; personified, 3.53, et al. (fors)

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fortune, destiny, lot, chance, fate, 1.628; success, 10.422; the proper moment, a chance, 12.920; misfortune, calamity, 12.593; personified, 3.53, et al. (fors)

22

(adj.), strong, physically, powerful, sturdy; strong in spirit; courageous, valiant, dauntless, bold, brave, 1.101; noble, 10.865.

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by chance, perchance, haply, 1.375, et al.

35

(adv.), perhaps, 10.548.

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