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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort ascending

(prep. w. acc. and abl.), below, beneath, under, 3.695; beneath, 4.182. (sub)

5

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.

5

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

5

a going up, an advance; success, good fortune, 2.386; speed, 12.616. (succēdō)

5

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

5

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

5

a ladder; scaling ladder, 2.442. (scandō)

5

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

5

a furrow, 6.844; furrow, 1.425; track, train, 2.697.

5

to make one a socius; to share, unite, associate, 1.600; join in marriage, 12.27. (socius)

5

froth, foam, spray, 1.35; pl., spray, 3.208. (spuō, spit)

5

to sit or settle down, 12.492; to sink down, fall, subside, 5.820; remain, 5.498; subside, remain below, be lost or disappear, 12.836; (w. acc.), to lie in wait for, remain, or watch for the spoils of, 11.268.

5

(prep. w. acc., and adv.), over, 3.194; above, 12.839; upon, 9.553; after its case, 4.240; (adv.), above, 7.32.

4

position; order, 3.451; being let alone; neglect, roughness, squalor, mold, 6.462; rust, decrepitude, dotage, 7.440. (sinō)

4

to send or put under; yield, 4.414; p., summissus, a, um, let down; bowing down, kneeling, prostrate, 3.93; submissive, 10.611; humble, 12.807. (sub and mittō)

4

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

4

a Greek, son of Aesimus, 2.79, et al.

4

a bristle; a stiff hair, 6.245; fur.

4

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

4

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

4

to smile, 1.254; 10.742.

4

a breathing; breath; air; blast, 12.365; life, soul, spirit, 4.336; divine air, mien, 5.648. (spīrō)

4

to tie beneath; to bind under, 1.492; bind, fasten, 4.139; tie or bind up, 10.138.

4

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

4

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

4

to produce a grating or shrill sound; to creak, 1.449; gurgle, 4.689; rustle, 1.397; whiz, roar, 1.102; hiss, 8.420; twang, 5.502.

4

to stir up, agitate; try to pull out, 12.404; make anxious, disquiet, disturb, 4.380. (solicitus)

4

to put, place under, 6.24; put to the throat, thrust under, 6.248. (sub and pōnō)

4

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

4

to unbind, loosen, 6.652, et al.; unfurl, 4.574; unfasten, cast off, 5.773; unyoke, unharness; of the hair, undo, dishevel, 3.65, et al.; dissolve, confound, mix, 12.205; separate, divide, 5.581; (fig.), set free, release, disenthrall, 4.487; exempt, release, 10.111; break, 10.91; pay, fulfill, perform, 3.404; dispel, cast off, banish, 4.55; 1.463; paralyze, 1.92; 12.951; of sleep or drunkenness, relax, 5.856; drown, 9.189; (pass.), solvor, sink, 4.530. (2. sē- and luō)

4

to plunge beneath; submerge, sink, 1.40. (sub and mergō)

4

to make a noise; murmur, 6.709; of music, resound, 8.2; of arms, ring, rattle, clash, 10.568.

4

a soothing; solace, consolation, 5.367. (sōlor)

4

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

4

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

a bench, seat, 1.167. (sedeō)

3

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.

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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.

3

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

3

a stake; a palisade, 11.473.

3

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

3

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.

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

to rise above, tower above, 1.501.

3

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

3

the calf of the leg; the leg, 1.337.

3

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

3

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

3

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.

3

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)

3

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.

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

3

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

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

(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.

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

a thorn, brier, bramble, 2.379.

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

to hiss, 7.447. (sībilus, a hissing)

2

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)

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

a Latin, 9.412.

2

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.

2

the cork tree, 7.742.

2

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

2

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

2

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

2

Sparta, or Lacedaemon, in Laconia.

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