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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort descending

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

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that which remains behind; a reserve; support; relief, 10.214; aid, 12.733. (sub and cf. sedeō)

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the top. (superus)

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to climb, 2.401; ascend, 2.237.

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thirst; dryness, drought, 4.42.

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

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

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

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Sagaris, a slave of Aeneas, 5.263.

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(adj.), hurtful; guilty, 6.570.

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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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to bring or put under or up to; supply, reach, 10.333; place beneath, apply to, 7.463. (sub and gerō)

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adj. (Sabellī), of the Sabelli or Sabines; Sabine.

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to bind under; bind, gird on, 8.459; attach, fasten, 11.11.

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slavery, bondage, 3.327. (servus, slave)

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to separate.

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the Sicanians or Sicilians, 5.293, et al.

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adj. (suō), stitched together, sewed; made of stitched hides or skins, 6.414.

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

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

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to cause to sleep or to render sleepy; to make soporific; to drug, 5.855. (sopor)

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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. (saxum), rocky, stony, 9.711.

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to gird beneath; gird up; wrap, 10.634; gird, 1.323. (sub and cingō)

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1. Sthenelus, an Argive chief, charioteer of Diomedes, 2.261. 2. A Trojan slain by Turnus, 12.341.

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a thorn, brier, bramble, 2.379.

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the Styx, the river of Hades which encompassed the final abode of the dead, 6.439, et al. ("the hateful")

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

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to cover over with stars; to stud with stars; p., stellāns, antis, starry, 7.210; p., stellātus, a, um, set with stars; (fig.), glittering, gleaming, 4.261. (stella)

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

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to amaze, stupefy, astound, bewilder, 5.643; surprise, 7.119. (stupeō and faciō)

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religious awe; superstition, 8.187; sacred oath, fear-inspiring oath, 12.817. (superstō)

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(adv.), for the last time, 3.68. (superus)

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to hiss, 7.447. (sībilus, a hissing)

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

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

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a Latin, 9.412.

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the Strophades, two small islands in the Ionian Sea off the coast of Messenia, where the Harpies were allowed to remain, and where Zetes and Calais turned back from the pursuit of them. Hence the name, from στρέφειν, to turn; the islands of turning, 3.210.

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the cork tree, 7.742.

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a thorn, 3.594, et al.; the vertebrae, spine, backbone, 10.383.

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(adv.), in a suppliant manner; suppliantly; as a suppliant or suppliants, 1.481. (supplex)

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

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

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

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to rise above, tower above, 1.501.

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to sever, remove; (fig.), reject, despise, scorn, disdain, 4.678; insult, 1.27.

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suspected, conjectured, guessed at; in suspicion, suspicious, mistrusted, 2.36; causing suspicion, fear, apprehension; distrusted, 3.550. (suspiciō)

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

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

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to slip or glide beneath, 7.354; sink down, decline, ebb, wane, 2.169; pass silently by, 2.686.

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the calf of the leg; the leg, 1.337.

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the chief thing; chief point, 12.572; the sum and substance; all, the whole, 4.237; summa bellī, the command or direction of the war, 10.70. (f. of summus, sc. rēs)

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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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to cut beneath; cut, sever, 9.762. (sub and caedō)

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adj. (sonor), loud-sounding; roaring, 1.53; ringing, resounding, 12.712.

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(adj.), compact, thick, dense, 2.621; hardened, 5.336.

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to be rough, foul, neglected, waste; p., squālēns, entis, foul, filthy, neglected, squalid, 2.277; of armor, scaly, covered with work of scales, embossed, 10.314.

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adj. (sollus, whole, and cieō), wholly excited; of the mind, solicitous, troubled, burdened with care, anxious, 3.389.

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

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

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adj. (sonus and pēs), noisy-hoofed; subst. m., horse, courser, steed, 4.135.

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

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

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to draw from beneath; withdraw, 6.465; sweep away, 5.199.

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to promise, pledge, give assurance, 5.18, et al.

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a means of consoling; a solace, 3.661; consolation, 10. (sōlor)

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a bench, seat, 1.167. (sedeō)

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

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

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adj. (sollus, whole, and annus), coming at the completion of a year; annual; stated; ceremonial; religious, solemn, 5.53; festive, 2.202; customary, 12.193; subst., sollemne, is, n., pl., sollemnia, ium, solemnities, sacrificial rites, offerings, 5.605.

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to carry up often, carry up, bring up, 11.474; transport, convey, 11.131; carry across, 6.303.

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a stake; a palisade, 11.473.

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aspect, appearance, 6.208; sight, 2.407; form; in a moral sense, reputation, propriety, honor, 4.170. (speciō, look)

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to move from beneath; remove, drive away, 6.316; separate, 7.226. (sub and moveō)

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abl. of obs. spōns, of which only the gen., spontis, and abl. occur, by or of one's own will, of its own or their own will, 4.341; of one's self, of itself, of themselves, 6.82; freely, voluntarily, spontaneously; nōn sponte, helplessly, 11.828.

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a sand-bank or shoal in the sea; esp., Syrtis Maior and Syrtis Minor, on the northern coast of Africa, 4.41; a sand-bank, shoal, 1.111.

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to gird beneath; gird up; wrap, 10.634; gird, 1.323. (sub and cingō)

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adj. (saeta and gerō), bristle-bearing, bristly, 7.17.

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to carry up; (pass.), ride up, ascend, 11.478; 5.721; sail, float up, 8.58.

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

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