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simulācrum, ī, n.

an effigy, an image, 2.172; phantom, specter, ghost, apparition, 2.772; representation, image, 5.585. (simulō)

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simul

(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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simul

(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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simul

(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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simul

(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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simplex, plicis

(adj.), uncompounded, simple; unmixed, 6.747; single, one, the same.

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Simoīs, Simoentis, m.

a river which falls into the Scamander near Troy, 1.100, et al.

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similis, e

adj. (comp., similior, ius; superl., simillimus, a, um), like, similar, 1.136, et al.

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Silvius, iī, m.

the name of several of the descendants of Aeneas, who were kings of Alba, 6.763.

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silvicola, ae, c.

an inhabitant of the woods, 10.551. (silva and colō)

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Silvia, ae, f.

daughter of Tyrrheus, 7.487. (silva)

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silvestris, e

adj. (silva), pertaining to the woods and fields; sylvan, pastoral; living in the forest, 9.673.

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Silvānus, ī, m.

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

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silva, ae, f.

a forest, wood, or grove, 6.444, et al.; stubble, 10.406; (fig.), forest or mass of spears, 10.887.

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silex, icis, m. and f.

a hard stone, flint, 1.174; rock, 6.602; crag, 6.471.

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silēscō, 3, inc. n.

to become still, 10.101. (sileō)

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sileō, uī, 2, n. and a.

to be, keep, remain silent, 2.126; be hushed, calm, still, 1.164; w. acc., to pass over in silence; leave unmentioned, unsung, 10.793.

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silentium, iī, n.

of the absence of any kind of sound; noiselessness, silence, stillness, 1.730; pl., 2.255. (silēns)

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silēns, entis (gen. pl. -tum, 6.432)

still, silent, noiseless, voiceless, 6.264.

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Sīla, ae, f.

an extensive forest in the country of the Bruttii in Southern Italy, 12.715.

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sīgnum, ī, n.

a sign, mark, impress; token, 1.443; sign, 3.388; signal, of games, 5.315; of battle, 10.310; goal, 5.130; figure, 1.648; standard, 7.628; (meton.), a body of men following a standard, troop, battalion, 11.517.

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sīgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to distinguish by a mark or symbol, 6.780; mark, mark out; indicate, designate, 2.697; inscribe, record, 3.287; of the mind, observe, mark, notice, 2.423. (sīgnum)

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sīgnificō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

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

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Sīgēus, a, um

adj. (Sīgēum), pertaining to Sigeum, a promontory and town in the Troad, at the mouth of the Dardanelles, about five miles northwest of Troy; Sigean, 2.312.

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sīdus, eris, n.

a constellation; (fig.), season, 4.309; star, 6.338; bright aspect; weather; storm, 12.451; pl., sīdera, um, weather, vicissitudes of weather, 5.628.

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Sīdōnius, a, um

(adj.), of Sidon; Sidonian; Phoenician, Tyrian, 1.678, et al.

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Sīdōn, ōnis, f.

one of the capitals of Phoenicia, 1.619.

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sīdō, sīdī, 3, n.

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

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Sidicīnus, a, um

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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sīdereus, a, um

adj. (sīdus), abounding in stars, starry, 10.3; star-lighted, 3.586; glittering, flashing, 12.167.

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sīcut (sīcutī)

(adv.), so as, just as, even as, 8.22.

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Siculus, a, um

adj. (Siculī), pertaining to the Siculi, an ancient race, part of which migrated from Latium to Sicily; Sicilian, 1.34, et al.

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sīcubi

(adv.), if anywhere, 5.677.

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siccus, a, um

(adj.), dry, 3.135; thirsty, dry, hungry, fasting, 2.358; nearly equivalent to carēns or prīvātus, with abl. foll., drained of blood, 8.261; hence, thirsting for blood, 9.64; subst., siccum, ī, n., dry ground, sand, or land, 10.301.

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siccum, ī, n.

dry ground, sand, or land, 10.301.

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siccō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make dry, drain, suck; dry up, wipe away, 4.687; wash, 10.834. (siccus)

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Sicānus (Sicānius), a, um

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

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Sicānus (Sicānius), a, um

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

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Sicānia, ae, f.

Sicily, 1.557.

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Sicānī, ōrum, m.

the Sicanians or Sicilians, 5.293, et al.

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sīc

(adv.), in this manner; in such a manner; so, thus; explanatory, 2.440, et al.; referring to a preceding participle, 1.225.

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Sibylla, ae, f.

a prophetess, a sibyl; the Cumaean sibyl, Deiphobe, 3.452, et al.

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sībilus, a, um

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

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sībilō, 1, n. and a.

to hiss, 7.447. (sībilus, a hissing)

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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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(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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sex

six, 9.272, et al. (num. indecl. adj.)

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Sevērus, ī, m.

a mountain in the Sabine country, 7.713.

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sevērus, a, um

(adj.), stern, strict, exacting; controlled by inflexible laws or fate; fatal, dreadful, 6.374.

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seu

(conj.), or if, freq.; or, 5.69; elliptical, 11.327; sīve (seu) — sīve (seu), whether — or, 1.569, 570; either — or, 4.240, 241.

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seu

(conj.), or if, freq.; or, 5.69; elliptical, 11.327; sīve (seu) — sīve (seu), whether — or, 1.569, 570; either — or, 4.240, 241.

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sēscentī, ae, a

num. adj. (sex and centum), six hundred, 10.172.

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servō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to save, 3.86, et al.; reserve, 1.207; retain, keep, 6.200; hold, 7.179; continue, maintain, 10.340; guard, 2.450; keep, cherish, 1.36; preserve, inherit, 7.52; sit by, 2.568; dwell, abide by, 6.402; give heed to, watch, observe, 6.338; 11.200.

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servitium, iī, n.

slavery, bondage, 3.327. (servus, slave)

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serviō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, n.

to be a slave; dat., to serve, obey, 2.786. (servus, slave)

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servāns, antis (superl., servantissimus, a, um)

observant, w. gen., 2.427.

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serva, ae, f.

a female slave, slave, 5.284.

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sērus, a, um

(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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sērus, a, um

(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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serta, ōrum, n.

things entwined; garlands, festoons, wreaths, 1.417, et al. (sero, serere, serui, sertus)

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Serrānus, ī, m.

1. Serranus, a surname in the Atilian gens, 6.844. 2. A Rutulian, 9.335.

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serpō, serpsī, serptus, 3, n.

to creep, glide, 5.91; steal on or over, 2.269.

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serpēns, entis (gen. pl. serpentum, 8.436), m. and f.

a creeping thing; snake, serpent, 2.214, et al. (serpō)

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serō, sēvī, satus, 3, a.

to sow or plant; with indefinite object omitted, 6.844; scatter, spread, disseminate, 12.228.

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serō (seruī), sertus, 3, a.

to join together; interweave, plait; interchange words; multa serere, to interweave many things, talk, commune much, 6.160.

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sermō, ōnis, m.

the joining of words; language, conversation, talk, discourse, 1.217; report, rumor, 4.189; speech, words, 12.223; a language, 12.834. (2. serō)

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seriēs, em, ē, f.

a chain of things, train, row, succession, series, 1.641. (2. serō)

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Sergius, a, um

adj. (Sergius), of Sergius, founder of the Roman gens Sergia; Sergian, 5.121.

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Sergestus, ī, m.

commander of one of the ships of Aeneas, 1.510, et al.

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Serestus, ī, m.

a companion of Aeneas, 1.611, et al.

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serēnus, a, um

(adj.), clear, calm, tranquil, serene, 3.518, et al.; fair, 2.285; subst., serēnum, ī, n. (sc. caelum), a clear sky.

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serēnum, ī, n.

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

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serēnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to make clear or calm, 1.255; spem serēnāre, to exhibit the calm or cheerful look of hope, 4.477. (serēnus)

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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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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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sequestra, ae, f.

one with whom something is placed in trust; sequestrā pāce, a mediatory peace; a truce, 11.133. (sequor)

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sequāx, ācis

adj. (sequor), prone to follow; following, pursuing, swiftly pursuing; darting, lambent, 8.432; rapid, 5.193.

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sepulcrum, ī, n.

a place of burial; tomb, sepulchre, grave; burial, sepulture, 2.542. (sepeliō)

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septimus, a, um

(ordin. num. adj.), the seventh, 1.755. (septem)

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septēnī, ae, a

distrib. num. adj. (septem), seven by seven, seven each; as a cardinal, seven, 5.85.

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septemplex, icis

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

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septemgeminus, a, um

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

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septem

(num. adj.), seven, freq.

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sepeliō, pelīvī or peliī, pultus, 4, a.

to perform the rites of sepulture, whether by interring (humāre), or cremation (cremāre); to bury, 3.41; p., sepultus, a, um, buried, 4.34; of slumber, 6.424, et al.

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sentus, a, um

adj. (sentis), thorny; rugged; squalid, 6.462.

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sentis, is, m. and f.

a thorn, brier, bramble, 2.379.

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sentiō, sēnsī, sēnsus, 4, a.

to perceive by the senses; hear, 3.669; see, 4.588; perceive, 1.125; of the intellect and moral faculties, understand, know, 3.360; think, 10.534; will, desire, 10.623; (w. acc. of person), know, 7.434.

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sententia, ae, f.

a feeling or thinking; opinion; resolution, design, purpose, 1.237; 11.21; judgment, 2.35; plan, 4.287; idea, thought, 1.582. (sentiō)

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sēnsus, ūs, m.

feeling; emotion, 4.408; faculty of sense; sense, 7.355; inclination, affection, 4.22; spirit, soul, 6.747; thought, purpose, 12.914. (sentiō)

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sēnī, ae, a

distrib. num. adj. (sex), six by six, six each; as a cardinal, six, 1.393, et al.

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senex, senis (gen. pl., senum, 9.309)

an old man, 4.251; (comp.) senior, ōris, a very aged person; old man, 5.469; sire, 2.509.

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senex, senis

(adj.), old, aged, hoary, 7.180; (comp.) senior, ōris, older; very aged, 5.179; hoary, 5.704.

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senex, senis

(adj.), old, aged, hoary, 7.180; (comp.) senior, ōris, older; very aged, 5.179; hoary, 5.704.

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senectūs, ūtis, f.

old age, 5.416; personified, 6.275. (senex)

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senectūs, ūtis, f.

old age, 5.416; personified, 6.275. (senex)

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senecta, ae, f.

old age, 5.395. (senex)

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senātus, ūs, m.

the council of elders; a senate, 1.426. (senex)

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sēmustus, a, um

adj. (sēmi- and ūrō), half burned, half consumed, 3.578.

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semper

(adv.), always, ever, 2.97, et al.

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sēmivir, virī, adj., m.

half man, effeminate, unmanly, 4.215.

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