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Headword Sort ascending Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid
sēmita, ae, f.

a byway, lane, 9.383; path, 1.418. (sē- and cf. meō, to go)

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sēminō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to plant, sow; produce, 6.206. (sēmen)

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sēminex (nom. not in use), ecis

adj. (semi- and nex), half slain, half dead, 5.275.

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sēmihomō, inis, m.

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

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sēmifer, fera, ferum

(adj.), half wild; savage; half brute, 10.212; subst., sēmifer, ferī, m. (sc. homō), half beast, 8.267.

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sēmianimis (in hexam. poetry pron. semyanimis), e

(adj.), half alive; dying, 4.686.

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sēmēsus, a, um

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

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sēmen, inis, n.

seed; (fig.), a spark, an element, 6.6; pl., sēmina, seeds of things, vital germs, elements, 6.731. (1. serō)

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semel

(adv.), once, even once, 3.431; once for all, finally, 11.418.

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sella, ae, f.

a seat; chair; chair of state, 11.334. (sedeō)

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Selīnūs, ūntis, f.

Selinus, a town on the southwestern coast of Sicily, 3.705.

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sēgnitiēs, ēī, f.

sloth, tardiness, delay, 2.374. (sēgnis)

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sēgniter

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

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sēgnis, e

(adj.), tardy, sluggish, dilatory, backward, 11.736; slothful, inactive, 3.513; mean-spirited, cowardly, 9.787; helpless, 10.700; (fig.), idle, exhausted; comp., sēgnior, less glorious, less divine, 4.149; less rapid, 7.383.

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seges, etis, f.

a field of grain; standing corn, 2.304; crop, harvest, growth of spears, 3.46; pasture land, 4.129.

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sēdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead apart or away; to separate, 4.385.

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sēdō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

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

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sēditiō, ōnis, f.

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

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sedīle, is, n.

a bench, seat, 1.167. (sedeō)

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sēdēs, is, f.

a seat of any kind, freq.; (meton.), an habitation, abode, dwelling (pl. for sing.), 2.634; destined or proper place, 2.232; foundation, 2.465; of the sea, bottom, 1.84; temple, shrine, 2.742; palace, 2.760; final resting-place, grave, tomb, 6.328; realm, 7.52. (sedeō)

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sedeō, sēdī, sessus, 2, n.

to sit, 1.56; sit inactive, 9.4; alight, 6.192; (fig.), to be fixed, settled, resolved, 4.15; to suit, be pleasing, 5.418; circum sedēre, to encamp about; to besiege.

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sēdātus, a, um

composed, calm, quiet, 9.30; of the mind, 9.740. (sēdō)

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sed

(conj.), except that; but, yet, freq.; sed enim, but indeed, however, 1.19, et al.; sed autem, but yet, 2.101.

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secus

following, late; otherwise, differently; nōn or haud secus, not otherwise, not less; likewise, even so, 2.382, et al.; none the less, nevertheless, 5.862; haud secus ac, nor otherwise than, just as. (comp. adv.), sētius, less, the less; haud sētius, not the less, 7.781.

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sēcūrus, a, um

adj. (sē- and cūra), free from anxiety; untroubled, no longer fearing, 1.290; tranquil, undisturbed; peace-giving, peaceful, 6.715;. with gen., reckless, regardless, 1.350; safe from, 7.304.

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secūris, is, f.

an ax, 2.224, et al. (secō)

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secundus, a, um

adj. (sequor), the following; second, 5.258; inferior, 11.441; favorable, fair, 4.562; swiftly flying, 1.156; fortunate, prosperous, 1.207; successful, 2.617; joyful, 8.90; 10.266; auspicious, propitious, 4.45; of a river, easily flowing, downwards.

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secundus, a, um

adj. (sequor), the following; second, 5.258; inferior, 11.441; favorable, fair, 4.562; swiftly flying, 1.156; fortunate, prosperous, 1.207; successful, 2.617; joyful, 8.90; 10.266; auspicious, propitious, 4.45; of a river, easily flowing, downwards.

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secundō, 1, a.

to direct favorably; aid, favor, prosper; make auspicious, 3.36. (secundus)

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sēcrētus, a, um

separated, apart, retired, solitary, 2.299; secret; unnoticed, 4.494. (sēcernō)

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sēcrētum, ī, n.

anything apart; a solitary place, recess, cave; pl., sēcrēta, ōrum, solitude, chamber, 8.403; secret abode, 6.10. (sēcernō)

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secō, secuī, sectus, 1, a.

to cut, freq.; cut off, 4.704; engrave, carve, 3.464; cut through, cleave, 5.218, et al.; of the channel of a river, 8.63; sail through, pass, 8.96; speed, 6.899; shape out mentally, form, 10.107.

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sēclūsus, a, um

sequestered, retired, 6.704. (sēclūdō)

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sēclūdō, clūsī, clūsus, 3, a.

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

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sēcessus, ūs, m.

a going apart; a retreat, retirement; a recess, 1.159. (sēcēdō)

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sēcernō, crēvī, crētus, 3, a.

to separate.

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Sēbēthis, idis or idos, f.

the daughter of Sebethus, a river or river-god of Campania, 7.734.

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Scӯrius, a, um

adj. (Scӯros), of Scyros, an island in the Aegean northeast of Euboea; Scyrian, 2.477.

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scyphus, ī, m.

a cup, goblet, bowl, 8.278.

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Scyllaeus, a, um

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

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Scylla, ae, f.

1. A dangerous rock on the Italian side of the Straits of Messana opposite Charybdis, 3.420; personified as a monster, half woman and half fish, 3.424. 2. The name of one of the ships of Aeneas, 5.122.

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Scylacēum, ī, n.

a town on the Bruttian coast, 3.553.

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scūtum, ī, n.

an oblong shield carried by the Roman legionary; a shield in general, 1.101, et al. (σκύτος, hide)

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scūtātus, a, um

adj. (scūtum), equipped or armed with a shield, 9.370.

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scrūpeus, a, um

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

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scopulus, ī, m.

a projecting ledge of rock; a high cliff or rock, 1.180; crag, 1.45; ledge, reef, 1.145; detached rock, fragment of rock, 12.531.

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scītor, ātus sum, 1, dep. intens. a.

to seek to know; ascertain; inquire, 2.105; p., scītāns, antis, consulting, to consult, 2.114. (sciō)

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Scīpiadēs, ae, m.

one of the Scipios, a Scipio, 6.843. (Scīpiō)

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sciō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to know, understand, 1.63, et al.; know how, be able, can.

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scintilla, ae, f.

a spark, 1.174.

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scindō, scidī, scissus, 3, a.

to cut asunder; split, 6.182; part, separate, divide, 1.161; tear, 9.478; (fig.), divide, 2.39.

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scīlicet

(adv.), one may know or understand; be assured; certainly, in sooth, doubtless; for this purpose, 6.750; ironical, forsooth, 2.577, et al. (sciō and licet)

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scēptrum, ī, n.

a royal staff; scepter, 1.653; freq.; (meton.), rule, sway, power, royal court, realm, 9.9; 1.253; authority, 11.238.

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scelus, eris, n.

an evil or atrocious deed; a crime, freq.; wickedness, 6.742; (meton.), punishment, 7.307; like nefās for wretch, imp; hence, scelus artificis = artifex scelestus, the accursed deceiver, 11.407.

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scelerō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

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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scelerō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

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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scandō, scandī, scānsus, 3, a.

to climb, 2.401; ascend, 2.237.

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scālae, ārum, f.

a ladder; scaling ladder, 2.442. (scandō)

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scaena, ae, f.

the stage of a theatre, 4.471; a sylvan scene, view, 1.164.

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Scaea, ae

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

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saxum, ī, n.

a large rough stone, rock, freq., cliff, crag, stone, 1.150; 3.699.

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saxeus, a, um

adj. (saxum), rocky, stony, 9.711.

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saucius, a, um

(adj.), wounded, 2.223; pierced, 4.1.

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satus, a, um

begotten of, born of, sprung from, with abl., 2.540; offspring, son of, 5.244; daughter of, 7.331. (serō, serere, sēvī, satus)

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satus, a, um

begotten of, born of, sprung from, with abl., 2.540; offspring, son of, 5.244; daughter of, 7.331. (serō, serere, sēvī, satus)

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saturō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

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Sāturnus, ī, m.

a deified king of Latium, whose reign was the “golden age"; identified by the Romans with the Greek Cronos, 8.319, et al.

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Sāturnius, a, um

adj. (Sāturnus), belonging to Saturn; Saturnian; sprung from Saturn; Saturnian, 4.372; subst., Sāturnius, iī, m., the son of Saturn, 5.799; Sāturnia, ae, f., 1. Daughter of Saturn, Juno, 1.23; 2. The city of Saturnia, built by Saturn on the Capitoline hill, 8.358.

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Sāturnius, a, um

adj. (Sāturnus), belonging to Saturn; Saturnian; sprung from Saturn; Saturnian, 4.372; subst., Sāturnius, iī, m., the son of Saturn, 5.799; Sāturnia, ae, f., 1. Daughter of Saturn, Juno, 1.23; 2. The city of Saturnia, built by Saturn on the Capitoline hill, 8.358.

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Satura, ae, f.

a place in Latium, probably on the Pontine marshes, 7.801.

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sator, ōris, m.

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

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satis or sat

(adj. and adv.), sufficient, enough; w. gen., 2.314; alone as subject, 2.291; as predicate, 2.642; comp., satius, better, preferable, 10.59.

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satis or sat

(adj. and adv.), sufficient, enough; w. gen., 2.314; alone as subject, 2.291; as predicate, 2.642; comp., satius, better, preferable, 10.59.

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satiō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to satisfy; appease, 2.587. (satis)

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Satīculus, ī, m.

a Saticulan; of Saticula, a Campanian town, 7.729. (Satīcula)

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sata, ōrum, n.

things sown or planted; grain, growing grain; crops, 3.139. (serō, serere, sēvī, satus)

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Sarrastēs, um, m.

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

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Sarpēdōn, onis, m.

Sarpedon, son of Jupiter and Europa, killed at the siege of Troy by Patroclus, 1.100, et al.

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Sarnus, ī, m.

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

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sānus, a, um

(adj.), sound in body or mind; male sānus, diseased, morbid with love, love-sick, 4.8.

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saniēs, em, ē, f.

putrid, corrupt blood; bloody matter; gore, 3.618. (rel. to sanguis)

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sanguis, inis, m.

blood, 3.30, et al.; parentage, lineage, descent, race, 1.19; offspring, son, 6.835.

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sanguineus, a, um

adj. (sanguis), of blood; bloodshot, 4.643; of bloody color or aspect, bloody, 2.207; fiery, bloody, 10.273; ruddy, burnished, 8.622; bloodthirsty, 12.332.

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sānē

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

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sānctus, a, um

sacred, holy, 2.700; sacred, venerable, 1.426; unstained, with untarnished honor, 12.648. (sanciō)

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sanciō, sānxī, sānctus, 4, a.

to make sacred; sanction, ratify, 12.200. (sacer)

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sanciō, sānxī, sānctus, 4, a.

to make sacred; sanction, ratify, 12.200. (sacer)

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Samothrācia, ae, f.

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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Sāmos (-us), ī, f.

Samos, an island southwest of Ephesus, near the coast of Ionia, 1.16.

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Samē, ēs, f.

Same, a name of Cephallenia, in the Ionian sea, west of the Gulf of Corinth, 3.271.

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salveō, 2, n.

to be well; imperative, all hail! hail! 5.80. (salvus, safe)

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salūtō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to wish safe or well; greet, salute, 3.524; welcome, hail, 12.257. (salūs)

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salūs, ūtis, f.

the state of being well; safety, 1.555; preservation, means of safety, remedy, relief, deliverance, 1.451. (rel. to salvus, safe)

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salum, ī, n.

the tossing or heaving swell of the sea; the open sea, the main, 1.537.

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salūbris (also salūber, m.), e

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

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saltus, ūs, m.

a leap, bound, spring, 2.565; an ascending, 6.515. (saliō)

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saltus, ūs, m.

woodland pasture, glade, forest, 4.72, et al.

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saltem

(adv.), at any rate, at least, 1.557.

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salsus, a, um

adj. (cf. sal), made salty; salted, 2.133; salt-, briny, 2.173.

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Salmōneus (trisyll.), eī, m.

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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