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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort descending

adj. (somnus and ferō), sleep-bringing; soothing, 7.758.

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dry ground, sand, or land, 10.301.

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adj. (salūs), health-bringing; healing, 12.418.

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a Rutulian, 12.505.

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pressing on, charging together, 10.328; surrounded, 4.544. (stīpō)

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adj. (sopor and ferō), somniferous, sleep-bringing, 4.486.

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a river running into the Bay of Naples near Pompeii, 7.738.

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sulphur, 2.698.

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adj. (strīdō), hissing, whizzing, twanging, 12.267.

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to walk about or to and fro; move about, 4.62. (spatium)

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(adv.), at once, together, at the same time, 1.144, et al.; w. abl. (cum being omitted), 5.357; simul ac or atque, as soon as, 4.90; without ac, as soon as, when; w. et, 1.144; simul — simul, and at the same time — and, 1.631; both — and, 1.513, et al.; as soon as — then, no sooner — than, 12.268.

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adj. (super), above, upper, supreme, 3.20; of the upper world as opposed to Hades, 2.91; 10.40; superae sēdēs, the sky, Olympus, 11.532; supera, the upper world, 7.562; the sky, heaven, 6.787; subst., superī, ōrum, m., those of the upper world, the living as opposed to the dead, 6.481; the gods above, or gods of Olympus as opposed to the infernal gods, 1.4; superl., suprēmus, a, um, the highest; most exalted, 10.350; illustrious, 7.220; extreme, 3.590; last, final, 2.11; subst., suprēmum, ī, n., the end, 12.803; pl., suprēma, ōrum, the last honors, rites, 6.213; (adv.), suprēmum, for the last time, 3.68; superl., summus, a, um, the uppermost, topmost, highest, 2.463; situated on a height; high, 2.166; the highest part of, summit of, top of, 2.302, et al.; surface of, 5.819, et al.; main, chief, 1.342; utmost, greatest, 5.197; supreme, 1.665; most important, 9.227; latest, last, 2.324, et al.; summa rēs, the chief or common interest, common weal, 11.302; the chief conflict, 2.322; subst., summum, ī, n., the top.

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to shine, gleam, 7.6.

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foulness, roughness, filth, squalor, 6.299. (squāleō)

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Salmoneus, king, of Elis, son of Aeolus and brother of Sisyphus; for attempting to imitate the thunder of Jupiter, cast into Tartarus by a thunderbolt, 6.585.

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adj. (Sӯchaeus), pertaining to Sӯchaeus, of Sychaeus, 4.552.

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to fall down; sink down, 12.911. (sub and cadō)

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a lightning-forger; a cyclops at the forge of Vulcan, 8.425.

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a half man, 8.194. (in hexam. poetry the oblique cases are pronounced semyomin-)

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(adv.), truly, indeed, 10.48, et al. (sānus)

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a mass or bar of hot iron, 8.421. (stringō)

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haughtiness, pride, arrogance, audacity, insolence, 1.529. (superbus)

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(sc. caelum), a clear sky. (serenus, clear, calm, tranquil, serene)

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adj. (superstō), remaining over, surviving, 11.160.

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a breathing-place; (fig.), of Hades, breathing vent, mouth, 7.568. (spīrō)

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adj. (sacer and legō), impious, 7.595.

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a shoot; twig, sprout; offspring, of men, 4.328.

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(conj.), if, freq.; causal, if, indeed, since, 2.102; equivalent to cum, 5.64, et al.; whether, w. subj., 4.110; w. indic., 1.578; for Ō sī, would that, w. subj., 6.187.

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(adj.), pertaining to the Sallentini, a people in Iapygia, southeast of Tarentum; Salentine, 3.400.

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to push up to, 5.202.

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adj. (Sidicīnī), pertaining to the Sidicini, or people of Teanum and its territory in the northern part of Campania; Sidicinian, 7.727.

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Thracian Samos, a small island about thirty-eight miles south of the Thracian coast, supposed by some to have been colonized from Samos, 7.208.

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Silvanus, the god who presides over woods. (silva)

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to look at, view, gaze at, 5.655; (fig.), examine, prove, try, test, approve, 8.151; estimate, 9.235; n., look on, 10.760. (speciō, look)

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to sob, rattle in the throat, gulp, 9.333.

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to throw above or over; overcast, overtop, 11.625.

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Sirius or Canicula, the dog-star, 3.141.

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a Latin, 12.651.

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to be stagnant, to form a standing pool; to overflow, so as to form standing pools or lakes; overflow, 3.698. (stāgnum)

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juice.

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adj. (sulphur), sulphureous, 7.517.

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(adj.), sevenfold, said of the Nile on account of its seven mouths, 6.800.

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the Sabine women, an ancient people occupying the hill country on the border of Latium, from whom were derived a part of the Roman people or Quirites, 8.635.

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to fly over or above, 10.522.

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(adv.), loftily, aloft, on high, 10.664.

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to shine, gleam, 7.6.

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(adj.), late, freq.; late in life, 6.764; slow, tardy, 2.373; too late, 5.524; (adv.), sērum, late, 12.864.

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Sicily, 1.557.

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adj. (Sӯmaethum), of Symaethum, a river and town on the eastern coast of Sicily; Symaethian, 9.584.

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to make a sign, signal, beckon, 12.692. (sīgnum and faciō)

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to draw tight, bind; of a sword, draw out, draw, 2.334; graze, touch lightly, go near, 5.163; trim up, cut, 1.552; (fig.), touch the mind, 9.294.

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to scatter, strew; cast in fragments, 3.605; disperse, 1.602; shower, hurl, 12.51; sprinkle, 4.512; besprinkle, bedew, stain, 8.645; infuse, 4.486; (fig.), spread abroad, disseminate, 2.98; bring over or upon, diffuse, 7.754.

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a means of breathing; of the lungs, breathing-cell, air-duct, channel, 9.580. (spīrō)

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

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to row lightly, swim along, 10.227.

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

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his, her, its, their; his own, etc., 6.641, et al.; proper, appropriate, peculiar; fitting, 5.54; favorable, friendly, propitious, 5.832; emphatic for ēius, 4.633. (suī)

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to seat one’s self; perch, alight, 6.203.

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to become accustomed, to be wont, used, accustomed, 3.541.

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

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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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a gasp.

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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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to make impious; desecrate, pollute, 3.42; p., scelerātus, a, um, foul with crime; polluted, impious, wicked, 2.231; accursed, 6.563; pertaining to the guilty or to guilt, due to wickedness, 2.576; sacrilegious, 9.137. (scelus)

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to overhang, press upon, 12.306.

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adj. (Sīrius), of the dog-star; Sirian, 10.273.

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adj. (scrūpus, a sharp stone), consisting of jagged stones; flinty, 6.238.

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

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adj. (sagitta and ferō), arrow-bearing, 8.725.

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a dream, 5.840; personified, 6.283. (somnus)

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(adv.), if anywhere, 5.677.

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(adv.), sluggishly; comp., sēgnius, more backward, less furiously; less impetuously, 12.525. (sēgnis)

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adj. (sopor), sleep-bringing, drowsy, 6.390.

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the Sarrastes, a people dwelling near the Sarnus, 7.738.

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(adj.), sevenfold, 12.925. (septem and plicō),

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a spark, 1.174.

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the Sabines, an ancient people occupying the hill country on the border of Latium, from whom were derived a part of the Roman people or Quirites, 7.706.

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to shut apart, off, out; shut up, 3.446; shut out, dismiss, 1.562. (se- and claudō)

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adj. (Sicānī), Sicilian, Sicanian, 5.24, et al.

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a mutiny; faction, 11.340; uprising, riot; outbreak, tumult, 1.149. (sēd- and eō)

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Sparta, or Lacedaemon, in Laconia.

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to fill; glut, cloy, appease, 5.608. (satur, full)

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to join under or to; fasten, 10.157; (fig.), conquer, 8.502.

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a female slave, slave, 5.284.

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the end, 12.803; pl., suprēma, ōrum, the last honors, rites, 6.213. (superus)

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(adj.), hissing, 2.211, et al.

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the Salii, or priests of Mars who had charge of the sacred shields called ancilia, which they bore once a year in solemn procession through the city, with hymns and dances, 8.285. (saliō)

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(adj.), unproductive, unfruitful, 3.141; barren, 6.251.

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adj. (sēmi- and edō), half eaten, 3.244.

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daughter of Tyrrheus, 7.487. (silva)

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a planter; sire, father, 1.254. (1. serō)

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a lookout; watch-tower, 4.586; eminence, hill, 3.239; a height, 11.526. (speciō, look)

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Soracte, in Etruria, northeast of Rome, on which in ancient times was a temple of Apollo, 7.696.

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(adj.), western; Scaea Porta, and pl., Scaeae Portae, the Scaean or western gate of Troy, 2.612.

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adj. (sub), on the back; bent backward; of the hands bent back in supplication, suppliant, 3.176.

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adj. (stō), steadfast, lasting, permanent, 1.73.

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to cause to sit, to render quiet. (sedeō)

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to spur; to rouse, urge, 4.576; infuriate, incite, 4.302. (stimulus)

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to plow, 5.158. (sulcus)

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adj. (spūma), full of foam; foaming, 6.174.

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