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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

a son, 1.325. (rel. to fēmina)

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a thread, 6.30.

2

mire, slime, 5.333.

2

to split, cleave, sever, crack; separate, divide, 6.540.

3

to mold, shape, fashion, 8.726; form; render, 2.80; arrange, 4.148; conceive, think out, devise, invent, 3.18; feign, 11.406; imagine, suppose, think, 4.338; of the will or spirit, 6.80; p., fīctus, a, um, feigned; false, 2.107.

13

to end, put an end to, 11.116. (fīnis)

2

a boundary, limit, of space, time, or action; term, end, 2.619; 1.241; a goal, 5.328; pl., a starting point or barrier, 5.139; borders, 1.339; a country, territories.

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adj. (fīnis), pertaining to boundaries; bordering upon, neighboring, 7.549; subst., fīnitimus, ī, m., a borderer; pl., fīnitimī, ōrum, neighboring tribes, people, 5.106.

2

adj. (fīnis), pertaining to boundaries; bordering upon, neighboring, 7.549; subst., fīnitimus, ī, m., a borderer; pl., fīnitimī, ōrum, neighboring tribes, people, 5.106.

3

to be made, done; sacrificed, 5.763; to become, 5.620.

17

to make firm or strong; make steady, assure, 3.659; to establish, mature; confirm, 2.691; ratify, 12.212; encourage, 3.611, secure, guard, 11.466. (fīrmus)

9

(adj.), firm, strong, solid, 2.481; (fig.), resolute, steadfast, 6.261.

3

adj. (findō), easily split; fissile, 6.181.

1

to fix or fasten; freq., the object in or on which, in the abl., 1.212; abl. w. prep., 6.636; acc. w. prep., 9.408; fasten up, suspend from, 3.287; hang up, 1.248; set up, establish, make, 6.622; transfix, pierce, 5.516; hurl (fix by hurling), 10.883; wound, 10.343; inscribe, 11.84.

2

a scourge or whip, 5.579; thong, 7.731. (dim. of flagrum, a whip)

4

to ask importunately; demand, 2.124. (rel. to flāgrō)

1

to be on fire or in flames; burn, blaze, 2.685; glow, 1.710; flash, 12.167; blush, 12.65; rage, 11.225.

7

to be on fire or in flames; burn, blaze, 2.685; glow, 1.710; flash, 12.167; blush, 12.65; rage, 11.225.

1

a blowing; blast, gale, breeze, wind, 4.241. (flō, blow)

3

a blaze or flame; freq., fire, 6.6; torch, 6.518; signal fire, 2.256; funeral flame or fire, 5.4; lightning, 6.586; beam, 4.607; flaming brand, 2.478; burning rage; flame of wrath, wrath, revenge, 2.587; burning love, fire, passion, 1.673.

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adj. (flamma), like flame; fiery, flaming, 7.448.

1

to set in flames; (fig.), inflame, enrage, 1.50. (flamma)

2

a blowing; wind; a blast, 4.442; breath, snorting, 11.911; (fig.), boasting, pride, 11.346. (flō, blow)

4

to be yellow; p., flāvēns, entis, growing yellow, 10.324; p., yellow, golden, 4.590. (flāvus)

3

adj. (Flāvīnium), of Flavinium or Flavina, in Etruria; Flavinian, 7.696.

1

(adj.), yellowish; yellow, 7.31; gold-tinted, golden, 1.592; 4.559; yellow-haired, golden-haired; pale green, 5.309.

7

to bend; make by twisting, weave, 7.632; turn, guide, 1.156; rein, manage, 9.606; influence, sway, bend, move; retain, check, 12.46.

19

to shed tears; weep, 2.279; mourn; a., lament, bewail, weep for, 6.213, et al. (rel. to fluō)

13

a weeping; tears, 3.599; a flood of tears, 2.271; lamentation, mourning, 4.463; tearful, sad message, 4.437. (fleō)

10

adj. (flectō), flexible, pliant, 5.559.

1

crooked, 5.500. (flectō)

2

a striking, dashing, collision, stroke, 9.667. (flīgō)

1

to be in flower, bloom; to be adorned with flowers; (fig.), blooming, decorated, 4.202; to be in the bloom, in the flower of age or life; to be prosperous, to flourish; to be bright, to flash, 11.433. (flōs)

3

to be in flower, bloom; to be adorned with flowers; (fig.), blooming, decorated, 4.202; to be in the bloom, in the flower of age or life; to be prosperous, to flourish; to be bright, to flash, 11.433. (flōs)

2

adj. (flōs), flowery, 1.430.

1

a blossom, flower, 6.708; flower, freshness, 7.162; down, 8.160; beauty, perfection, glory, flower, 8.500.

10

to wave, fluctuate; (fig.), toss, 4.532; rage, boil, 12.527. (fluctus)

5

a flowing; billow, surge, wave, 1.66; ocean, sea, 3.270; water, 5.182; (fig.), of the mind, 12.831. (fluō)

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a stream, river, 4.143; current, water, 12.35. (fluō)

3

adj. (fluō), flowing, fluid, running; dropping, 3.663.

1

to float, 5.867. (fluō)

2

a stream, current, river, 3.389; torrent, flood, 2.305; water, 2.719; flood (of tears), 1.465; rēctō flūmine, by the direct stream, straight along the current or channel, 8.57. (fluō)

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to flow; freq., run, stream, 5.200; drip, 5.179; pour forth, 12.444; flock, crowd, throng, 11.236; sink, fall, 11.828; ebb, droop, wane, 2.169; p., fluēns, entis, (fig.), luxuriant; abounding with; p., fluxus, a, um, flowing away; perishing, waning, 10.88.

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adj. (fluvius), pertaining to a river or brook, 4.635.

2

a stream; river, 1.607; water, fountains, abundant water; secundō fluviō, by the favoring stream, with or down the stream, 7.494. (fluō)

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flowing away; perishing, waning, 10.88.

1

a fireplace, hearth, 5.660; home, 3.134; place where the funeral pyre has been consumed, place of burning, 11.212; fire, firebrand, 12.285.

8

to dig; pierce, 6.881.

1

(adv.), foully, basely, shamefully, 5.794. (foedus)

2

to make foul; defile, pollute, 3.227; (fig.), disfigure, mutilate, 2.286; lacerate, wound, 12.871; break, tear in pieces, destroy, 2.55. (foedus)

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a treaty, league, alliance, freq., truce, 5.496; side or party, 12.658; covenant, contract, 4.339; laws of hospitality, hospitality, 10.91; pledge, love, 4.520; law, term, condition, rule, 1.62. (rel. to fīdō, trust)

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(adj.), foul, filthy, loathsome, 3.216; malignant, 4.195; vile, base, 11.392.

5

a leaf, 1.175.

12

a pair of bellows; the bellows, 8.449.

1

kindling stuff; fuel, 1.176. (foveō)

1

a spring, fountain, 1.244; water, 2.686; living water, 12.119; lake, 4.512.

12

to speak, report, say, 1.131, 610; ger., fandī; cōpia fandī, opportunity of speaking, 1.520; fandō, by report, 2.81; while speaking, 2.6; p., fandus, a, um; subst., fandum, ī, n., that may be uttered; right, 1.543. (rel. to φημί)

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a pair of tongs, pincers, 8.453.

2

a door; often in the pl. with reference to double doors, 1.505; door or entrance. (rel. to θύρα)

11

form, figure, shape, 1.72; beauty, 1.27; kind, species, sort (of penalty), 6.615; (of crime), 6.626.

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an ant, 4.402.

1

dread, dismay, apprehension, terror, fear, 2.76; awe, 7.608; personif., Fear, Dismay, 12.335. (formīdō)

17

to be in dread; to dread, fear; p., formīdātus, a, um, formidable, dreadful, 3.275.

1

dread, dismay, apprehension, terror, fear, 2.76; awe, 7.608; personif., Fear, Dismay, 12.335. (formīdō)

1

to form, fashion, train; build, 9.80. (fōrma)

1

a furnace; forge, 7.636.

3

an arch, vault, 6.631.

2

chance, hazard, luck, hap, fortune, 1.377; nom., fors, as adv. (for fors sit), haply, perchance, 2.139, et al.; abl., forte, by chance, perchance, haply, 1.375, et al. (rel. to ferō)

9

chance, hazard, luck, hap, fortune, 1.377; nom., fors, as adv. (for fors sit), haply, perchance, 2.139, et al.; abl., forte, by chance, perchance, haply, 1.375, et al. (rel. to ferō)

5

(adv.), perhaps, 1.203. (for forsitan)

3

(adv.), perchance, perhaps, 2.506. (fors sit an)

1

(adv.), perhaps, 10.548.

1

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

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

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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)

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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)

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

5

a Sabine town, 7.714.

1

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 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 ditch, trench, 7.157. (fodiō)

10

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

2

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

4

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

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

1

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

1

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

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a brother, 1.130.

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

4

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

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.

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

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an ash tree, 11.136.

1

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

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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 roaring, a murmur, 11.297. (fremō)

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

3

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

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

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