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to be numb, torpid; unmoved, 9.499.

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numbness; (fig.), dread, 12.867. (torpeō)

1

a surname of Titus Manlius, who wore the collar or torques of a Gallic champion whom he had slain in single combat, 6.825. (torquēs, a twisted collar)

1

to wind, turn, twist, 4.575; roll along, 6.551; whirl, hurl, 3.208; shoot, 5.497; cast, dash, 1.108; direct, 4.220; turn away, 6.547; turn, cause to revolve, 4.269; control, 12.180; p., tortus, a, um, whirled, whirling, impetuous, 7.567.

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to burn, scorch, roast, parch, 1.179; rush, roll, 6.550; of a river bank, 9.105; p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

3

to burn, scorch, roast, parch, 1.179; rush, roll, 6.550; of a river bank, 9.105; p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

3

to burn, scorch, roast, parch, 1.179; rush, roll, 6.550; of a river bank, 9.105; p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

5

a firebrand; brand, 7.506. (torreō)

2

adj. (torqueō), of twisted work, winding, 7.351.

1

a twisting, coil, 5.276. (torqueō)

1

a bed, couch, 1.708; seat, 5.388; royal seat, throne, 8.177; bank, 6.674; the swelling part of flesh; a brawny muscle.

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stern, grim, wild; savage, lowering, 3.677; fierce, 6.571; shaggy, 3.636; adv., torvum and torva, sternly, wildly, 7.399; 6.467.

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stern, grim, wild; savage, lowering, 3.677; fierce, 6.571; shaggy, 3.636; adv., torvum and torva, sternly, wildly, 7.399; 6.467.

6

(num. adj. pron., indecl.), so many, 4.182, et al.

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(num. adj. pron., indecl.), just, even so many; as many, 4.183, et al.

13

(num. adj. pron., indecl.), just, even so many; as many, 4.183, et al.

1

num. adj. (tot), so many times, so often, 1.407, et al.

10

(adj.), the whole, total, entire, 1.128, et al.; tōtō corpore, with all one's strength, 12.920.

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(adj.), the whole, total, entire, 1.128, et al.; tōtō corpore, with all one's strength, 12.920.

6

adj. (trabs, a beam), of beams; like a beam, 12.294.

1

a toga of purple cloth, or one of white cloth with horizontal purple stripes, worn by Roman dignitaries, and ascribed to the primitive Latin kings, 7.612.

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a beam; timber, 1.552; post, jamb, 1.449; trunk, 6.181; tree, 9.87; ship, 3.191.

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adj. (trāctō, handle), that can be handled; indulgent, yielding, flexible, 4.439; nōn trāctābilis, unfavorable, inclement, 4.53.

2

a dragging, drawing, an extending; stretch of space, tract, region of land, sea, or sky, 3.138. (trahō)

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to give over; give up, submit, 4.619; intrust, consign, 5.713.

3

to draw, pull; draw along, drag, 1.477; tear, 9.340; carry, sweep along, away, 2.307; bring, conduct, 6.753; lead, conduct, 2.457; draw, catch, 4.701; draw in, drink, of passion, 4.101; derive, 8.511; draw out; extend, protract, 1.748; spend, 6.537; trahere sorte, draw or assign by lot, distribute, 1.508.

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to throw across, over; pass over, cross, 6.536; pierce, 2.273; transfix, 1.355; p., trāiectus, a, um, drawn or passed through, 5.488; transfixed, pierced, 9.419. (trāns and iaciō)

10

a crossway; by-path or narrow way; a pass, 11.515; course, line, track, 5.610.

3

to swim or sail across, 6.671; fly across or through, 4.245. (trāns and nō)

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(adj.), calm, still, 2.203; subst., tranquillum, ī, n., a calm; calm weather, 5.127.

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(adj.), calm, still, 2.203; subst., tranquillum, ī, n., a calm; calm weather, 5.127.

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(prep. w. acc.), across, with verbs of motion, over, beyond, across; through, athwart, 7.65; of rest, on the other side of, beyond, 3.403.

4

to drive through, thrust, 12.508; of the object which is stabbed, pierce, 12.276.

3

to transfer by writing; enroll, 5.750; transfer, convey, 7.422.

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to run across; flash or shoot across, 5.528; traverse, 9.111.

2

to go across; go through, pass, 12.926; pass by, 5.326; pass away, 1.266; run over, 5.274; pass through, 9.413.

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to carry over; transfer, remove, 1.271; give over, 2.327.

2

to pierce, transfix, 1.44.

2

to dig through; run through, transfix, 9.544.

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to change the form, transform, 7.416.

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to leap over; pass over, 10.658; fly through, 12.859. (trāns and saliō)

2

to send across; bear or convey across or over, 3.403; give over, 3.329; to cross, pass over, fly over, with acc. of the space crossed over, 4.154; to make across, of a passage or voyage, 6.313.

4

to carry across or over, governing the acc. of the space crossed, 6.328.

1

a cross-timber; a thwart, transom, or bench for rowers; bench, 3.289. (trāns)

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to beat or strike through; pierce through, 10.484.

3

across the path or course, 5.19; crosswise.

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num. adj. (trēs and centum), three hundred, 10.173, et al.

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adj. (tremō), quivering, 10.522.

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to cause to tremble or quake; to shake, 9.106; make to tremble with fear; cause to tremble, 6.803; p., tremefactus, a, um, trembling, 2.382; 10.102; quivering, 2.629. (tremō and faciō)

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to be trembled at; dreadful, fearful, terrible, 2.199. (tremō)

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to begin to tremble; to tremble, quake, 5.694; to tremble at, 3.648. (tremō)

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to tremble, quake, shake, quiver, 5.198; tremble at, fear, dread, 8.296.

22

a trembling; quaking; tremor, a shudder, horror, 2.121. (tremō)

5

tremulous, quivering, 7.395. (tremō)

3

to be in trepidation, alarm or panic, 10.788; to hurry, hasten to and fro or about, 2.685; to hasten (with inf.), 9.114; to strive nervously, make trembling effort, 12.403. (trepidus)

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(adj.), agitated, uneasy, disturbed, trembling, affrighted, 2.380; excited, tumultuous, 11.300; confused, in disorder, 10.283; alarmed, fearful of, anxious for, w. gen., 12.589; panic-stricken, 12.583.

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(adj.), three, 1.108, et al.

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one of three original grand divisions of the Roman people; and retained as the designation of similar bodies of the people when they were multiplied; a (Roman) tribe, 7.708.

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adj. (trēs and corpus), three-bodied, 6.289.

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adj. (trēs and dēns), three-pronged, trident, 5.143; subst., tridēns, entis, m., a triple-pointed spear; trident, 1.138.

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adj. (trēs and dēns), three-pronged, trident, 5.143; subst., tridēns, entis, m., a triple-pointed spear; trident, 1.138.

2

(adj.), triennial, 4.302.

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(adj.), found only once (trēs and faux), three-throated., three-voiced, triple, 6.417.

1

(num. adj., indecl.), thirty, 1.269.

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adj. (trēs and līcium, thread), of three threads or leashes; of three layers of thread; three-ply; triple, 3.467.

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the three-cornered land; Sicily, Trinacria, 3.440. (Τρινακρία, with three promontories)

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adj. (Trīnacria), Sicilian, 3.384.

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an ox as the breaker of the sod in plowing; the “Team” or “Wain”; pl., Triōnēs, um, m., the constellation of the greater and lesser bear, 1.744.

2

adj. (trēs and plicō), threefold, triple, 10.784, et al.

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a three-footed vessel or seat; a tripod, 5.110; the seat of the priestess of Apollo; an oracle, 3.360.

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(adj.), sad, sorrowful, 1.228, et al.; melancholy, woeful, mournful; dismal, gloomy, 4.243, et al.; grim, stern, 6.315; dire, 2.337; inauspicious, 11.259; fearful, 3.366; fatal, 5.411.

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adj. (trēs and sulcus), three-furrowed; three-forked, 2.475.

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Triton, a son of Neptune, 1.144; pl., Trītōnēs, um, m., sea-gods of the form of Triton, 5.824.

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Pallas or Minerva, so called from Lake Triton near the Lesser Syrtis in Africa, near which, according to an Egyptian fable, she was said to have been born, 2.226. (Trītōn)

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adj. (Trītōn), pertaining to the lake Triton (see Trītōnis); Tritonian, an epithet of Pallas, 2.615, et al.; subst., Trītōnia, ae, Minerva, Tritonia, 2.171.

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to have the honor of a triumph; with acc. of the country over which the triumph is held, to triumph over, conquer, 6.836. (triumphus)

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the grand procession at Rome awarded to a victorious general; a victory, 2.578.

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an epithet of Hecate or Diana, whose images were placed at the forks of roads, 6.13, et al. (trivium)

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the intersection of three roads; a road-crossing; a public place, 4.609. (trēs and via)

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A Trojan woman, 5.613.

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(subst.), the Trojans, 1.30, et al. (Tros, one of the kings of Troy)

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1. Troy, the capital of the Troad, 2.625, et al. 2. A city built by Helenus in Epirus, 3.349. 3. A part of the city of Acesta in Sicily, 5.756. 4. The name of an equestrian game of Roman boys, 5.602.

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adj. (Trōia), Trojan, 1.19; subst., Trōiānus, ī, m., a Trojan, 1.286; pl., Trōiānī, ōrum, m., the Trojans, 5.688.

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adj. (Trōia), Trojan, 1.19; subst., Trōiānus, ī, m., a Trojan, 1.286; pl., Trōiānī, ōrum, m., the Trojans, 5.688.

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one of the sons of Priam, 1.474.

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of Trojan descent; Trojan, 3.359; Trōiugenae, ārum, c., Trojans, 8.117. (Trōia and cf. gignō)

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(adj.), of Troy, Trojan, 1.119.

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a memorial of the turning (cf. τρέπειν, to turn) or rout of an enemy; the trunk of a tree on which were hung the arms or spoils of an enemy slain; any memento of victory; a trophy.

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Trojan, 6.52, et al. (Tros, one of the kings of Troy)

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to slaughter, kill, slay, 2.494. (trux and caedō)

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a pole, boathook, pike, 5.208. (trudō)

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to thrust, shove, push, 4.405.

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adj. (truncus), stripped of its branches, 3.659; mutilated, maimed, mangled, 6.497; broken, shattered, 11.9.

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the stem, stock, or trunk of a tree; stem, trunk, 6.207; trunk of the human body, 2.557.

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(adj.), ferocious, grim, stern, fierce, 10.447.

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you, freq.; abl. with cum, tēcum, vōbīscum, with you; vōsmet, yourself, yourselves, 1.207.

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a trumpet, 2.313, et al.; trumpet-signal, 11.424.

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to look at, gaze upon, behold, regard, 4.451, et al.; watch, guard, defend, maintain, protect, 1.564, et al.; p., tūtus, a, um, secure, safe; in safety, 1.243; sure, 4.373; subst., tūtum, ī, n., safety, place of safety, 1.391; pl., tūta, ōrum, safe places, safety, security, 11.882; adv., tūtō, with safety, safely, without danger, 11.381.

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a follower of Camilla, 11.656.

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Tullus Hostilius, the third king of Rome, 6.814.

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