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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid
vester, tra, trum

possessive pron. (vōs), your, yours, 1.573, et al.

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vestibulum, ī, n.

entrance, porch, portal, vestibule, 2.469, et al.

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vestīgium, iī, n.

a footstep; step, 2.711; footprint, track, 8.209; course, 5.592; footprint or foot; foot or hoof, 5.566; trace, 3.244; sign, vestige, 4.23. (vestīgō)

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vestīgō, 1, a.

to track; trace, explore, search; seek out, hunt, 12.467; 6.145; descry, 12.588.

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vestiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to clothe; (fig.), deck, array, cover, clothe, 6.640, et al. (vestis)

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vestis, is, f.

a garment, freq.; robe, 6.645; vestment, 1.404; clothing, 6.359; covering, drapery, tapestry, 1.639.

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vester, tra, trum

possessive pron. (vōs), your, yours, 1.573, et al.

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Vesulus, ī, m.

a mountain in the Maritime Alps, west of Liguria, 10.708.

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vetus, eris

(adj.), old, aged, freq.; ancient, early, former, 1.23, et al.

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vetitum, ī, n.

that which is forbidden; a prohibition, 10.9. (vetō)

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vetō, uī, itus, 1, a.

to prohibit, 1.39; with infin., to forbid, 1.541; (with acc.), oppose, 2.84.

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vetus, eris

(adj.), old, aged, freq.; ancient, early, former, 1.23, et al.

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vetustās, ātis, f.

oldness; age, antiquity; length of time, duration, continuance, 3.415; period, length of time, 10.792. (vetus),

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vetustus, a, um

old, ancient, 2.713. (vetus)

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vexō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

harass, 4.615. (vehō)

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Ūfēns, entis, m.

1. A river of Latium flowing into the sea west of Terracina, 7.802. 2. A chief of the Aequi, 7.745, et al.

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via, ae, f.

a highway, road, path, 1.401, et al.; limit, tropic, zodiac, 6.796; course, 5.28; voyage, wandering, 3.714; passage, entrance, 2.494; method, way, means, 12.405. (vehō)

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viātor, ōris, m.

a wayfarer, traveler, 5.275. (via)

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vibrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

a., to cause to move tremulously; to dart, flash, 8.524; to move to and fro, brandish, 11.606; curl, 12.100; n., vibrate, 2.211; quiver, 10.484; glitter, flash, 9.769.

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vibrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

a., to cause to move tremulously; to dart, flash, 8.524; to move to and fro, brandish, 11.606; curl, 12.100; n., vibrate, 2.211; quiver, 10.484; glitter, flash, 9.769.

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vīcīnus, a, um

adj. (vīcus, village), of the same district or village; neighboring, near, 3.382.

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vicis, gen. f.

a change, turn in affairs; stage, interchange, 6.535; vicissitude, event, 3.376; combat, encounter, peril, 2.433, part, place, post, 3.634; watch, guard, 9.175. (nom. sing. wanting)

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vicissim

(adv.), in turn, 4.80; in one’s turn, on one’s part, 6.531. (vicis)

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victima, ae, f.

an animal offered in sacrifice; a victim, 12.296.

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victor, ōris, m.

a conqueror, victor, freq.; as adj., successful, 3.439; in triumph, 2.329; with success, 8.50; victorious, 1.192. (vincō)

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victōria, ae, f.

victory, 2.584; personified, Victory, 11.436. (victor)

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victrīx, īcis, f.

a female conqueror; in triumph, 7.544; as adj., victorious, 3.54. (vincō)

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victrīx, īcis, f.

a female conqueror; in triumph, 7.544; as adj., victorious, 3.54. (vincō)

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vīctus, ūs, m.

a living; nourishment, sustenance, food, 1.214. (vīvō)

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videō, vīdī, vīsus (interrog. viden’ for vidēsne, 6.779), 2, a.

to see or perceive, in all senses of the words, freq.; see to it, look to it; determine, 10.744; (pass.), vidērī, to be seen, 2.461, et al.; to seem, appear, 1.396, et al.; (impers.), vidētur, vīsum est, it seems to one, seems good, proper, is the will of; one thinks, judges, 2.428, et al.

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viduō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bereave, with acc. and abl., 8.571. (viduus)

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vigeō, 2, n.

to be active, lively, vigorous; to flourish, be strong, 2.88; excel, 4.175.

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vigil, ilis

adj. (vigeō), awake, on the watch; sleepless, 4.182; perpetual, 4.200; subst., vigil, ilis, m., a watchman, guard, sentinel, 2.266, et al.

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vigil, ilis

adj. (vigeō), awake, on the watch; sleepless, 4.182; perpetual, 4.200; subst., vigil, ilis, m., a watchman, guard, sentinel, 2.266, et al.

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vigilō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

n., to be awake, watch, 10.228; wake up, awake, 4.573; a., to watch against, look out for, guard against; p., vigilāns, antis, watchful, 5.438. (vigil)

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vīgintī

(num. adj. indecl.), twenty, 1.634.

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vigor, ōris, m.

activity, force, vigor, energy, 6.730. (vigeō)

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vīlis, e

(adj.), of small value; cheap, worthless, insignificant, base, inferior, 11.372.

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villōsus, a, um

adj. (villus), shaggy, hairy, 8.177.

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villus, ī, m.

shaggy hair, 5.352; nap, 1.702.

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vīmen, inis, n.

a flexible twig; osier, sprout, shoot, sprig, stem, 3.31.

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vinciō, vinxī, vinctus, 4, a.

to bind, 11.81; bind round, 1.337; wreathe, bind round, 12.120.

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vincō, vīcī, victus, 3, a. and n.

a., to conquer, 1.529, et al.; slay, 10.842; overcome, overpower, overwhelm, 1.122; dispel, 1.727; win, possess, 6.148; persuade, 2.699; n., to be victorious, gain the victory, conquer, 11.712.

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vinculum (vinclum), ī, n.

that which serves for binding; a chain, 6.395; fetter, bond, 1.54; a rope, cable, 1.168; 2.236; cord, 5.510; a halter, 11.492; morally, a bond, tie, 4.16; pl., vincula or vincla, ōrum, n., gauntlets, 5.408; a sandal, 4.518; (fig.), constraint, compulsion, 7.203. (vinciō)

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vindicō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to claim or get by legal process; claim; rescue, save, 4.228. (vindex, defender)

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vīnum, ī, n.

wine, 1.195, et al.

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viola, ae, f.

a violet, 11.69.

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violābilis, e

adj. (violō), that may be violated; violable; nōn violābile, inviolable, 2.154.

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violentia, ae, f.

violence, 11.354; fierceness, impetuosity, fire, passion, fury, rage, 12.9. (violentus)

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violentus, a, um

adj. (vīs), having much or excessive force; violent, impetuous, 6.356.

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violō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to exercise force upon; hurt, wound, 11.277; break, 7.114; devastate, 11.255; desecrate, profane, 2.189; stain, 12.67. (vīs)

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vīpereus, a, um

adj. (vīpera, viper), pertaining to vipers or snakes; viperous, snaky, 6.281.

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vir, virī, m.

a man as distinguished by sex, 9.479, and freq.; husband, 2.744; hero, 6.415; pl., virī, ōrum, comrades, friends, 2.668; citizens, 1.264; people in general, 1.532.

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virāgō, inis, f.

a woman of masculine spirit; a heroine, warlike maid, 12.468. (cf. vir)

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Virbius, iī, m.

a Latin hero, son of Hippolytus and Aricia, 7.762.

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virectum, ī, n.

a green or grassy spot; a lawn or meadow, 6.638. (vireō)

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vireō, uī, 2, n.

to be green, 6.206, et al.; p., virēns, entis, green, 6.679.

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vireō, uī, 2, n.

to be green, 6.206, et al.; p., virēns, entis, green, 6.679.

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virga, ae, f.

a twig, bough, branch, 6.144; a wand (the caduceus of Mercury), 4.242. (vireō)

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virgātus, a, um

adj. (virga), made of twigs; of basketwork; checkered or striped; plaid-, 8.660.

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virgeus, a, um

adj. (virga), of twigs, rods, osiers; of brushwood, 7.463.

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virgineus, a, um

adj. (virgō), pertaining to a virgin; of a virgin, of virgins; a maiden's, 11.68; maiden-, virgin-, 2.168.

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virginitās, ātis, f.

virginity, 12.141. (virgo)

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virgō, inis, f.

a maiden, virgin, freq.; virgin daughter, 2.403; virgin child, 11.565; the transformed virgin, Io, 7.791.

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virgultum, ī, n.

(used only in the plural) a growth of brambles; a thicket, grove, 12.522; shrubs, 3.23; shoots or sprigs, 12.207. (virga)

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viridāns, antis

green, grassy, verdant, 5.388; mossy, 8.630. (viridō)

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viridis, e

adj. (vireō), verdant, green, 3.24; green wood-, 7.677; fresh, blooming, 5.295; vigorous, 6.304.

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viridō, 1, n.

to be green, verdant. (viridis)

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virīlis, e

adj. (vir), pertaining to a man; male, 7.50; manly, 3.342; of manhood, 9.311.

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virtūs, ūtis, f.

manhood; valor, courage, 2.367, et al.; prowess, 1.566; moral worth, virtue, 5.344; greatness, glory, 6.806; heroism, 4.3; heroic effort, struggle, 12.913. (vir)

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vīs, vīs, pl., vīrēs, vīrium

strength, force; persistence, industry, force, power, 2.452; keenness of scent, 4.132; might, 7.432; violence, fury, 1.69; hurt, injury, 3.242; pl., vīrēs, ium, physical power, strength, 2.639; military strength, power, resources, 2.170; natural power, 7.258; personal power, influence, 8.404.

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vīscum, ī, n.

the mistletoe, 6.205.

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vīscus, eris, n.

an inner part of the body; pl., vīscera, um, the entrails, vitals, 6.599; the flesh, 1.211; heart, bosom, 6.833.

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vīsō, vīsī, vīsus, 3, intens. a.

to look at much; look at carefully, observe, see, 2.63; visit, 8.157. (videō)

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vīsum, ī, n.

anything seen; a vision, 3.172; portent, prodigy, 4.456. (videō)

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vīsus, ūs, m.

a seeing; vision, sight, 4.277; a phenomenon, spectacle, appearance, sight, 2.212; aspect, 11.271; prodigy, 3.36. (videō)

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vīta, ae, f.

life, 2.92; of society or nations, 6.663; the living spirit, a soul or spirit, 4.705. (vīvō)

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vītālis, e

adj. (vīta), pertaining to life; essential to life, vital, 1.388.

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vītisator, ōris, m.

a vine-planter, 7.179. (vītis, a vine, and 1. serō)

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vītō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to shun, avoid, 2.433.

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vitreus, a, um

adj. (vitrum), of or like glass, clear, shining, crystal, 7.759.

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vitta, ae, f.

a fillet, band, or chaplet for the head, especially for religious occasions, 5.366, et al.

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vitulus, ī, m.

a young bullock, steer, calf, 5.772.

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vīvō, vīxī, vīctus, 3, n.

to live, 3.311, and freq.; to survive, remain, be still living, 1.218; to support life, live, 7.749; exist, prosper, flourish, 1.445; of inanimate things, live; grow, increase; vīvite, live and be happy; farewell.

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vīvidus, a, um

adj. (vīvō), full of life; lively, vigorous, ardent, 5.754; quick, swift, 12.753.

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vīvō, vīxī, vīctus, 3, n.

to live, 3.311, and freq.; to survive, remain, be still living, 1.218; to support life, live, 7.749; exist, prosper, flourish, 1.445; of inanimate things, live; grow, increase; vīvite, live and be happy; farewell.

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vīvus, a, um

adj. (vīvō), alive, living, 6.531; lifelike, 6.848; immortal, 12.235; of water, living, running, pure, 2.719; of rock, natural, unquarried, living, 1.167.

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vīvus, a, um

adj. (vīvō), alive, living, 6.531; lifelike, 6.848; immortal, 12.235; of water, living, running, pure, 2.719; of rock, natural, unquarried, living, 1.167.

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vix

(adv.), hardly, scarcely, with difficulty, 5.263, and freq.

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ulcīscor, ultus sum, 3, dep. a.

to take revenge for, to avenge, 2.576.

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Ulixēs, is, eī or ī, m.

Ulysses, son of Laertes, king of Ithaca, and one of the Greek chiefs at Troy, distinguished for shrewdness and cunning, 2.44, et al.

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ūllus, a, um (gen. ūllīus, dat. ūllī)

(adj.), any, any one, in clauses expressing or implying a negative; (subst., m.), any one, any, 1.440, et al. (for ūnulus from ūnus)

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ulmus, ī, f.

an elm tree, elm, 6.283.

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ulterior, ius

(adj.), that is beyond; farther, 6.314; (adv.), ulterius, farther, 12.806; superl., ultimus, a, um.

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ultima, ōrum

the end, goal, 5.317; the last, the final hour; the end, 2.446. (ulterior)

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ultimus, a, um

(of space), the farthest, uttermost; remotest, utmost, 4.481; (of time), the last, 2.248; the remotest, 7.49; (of order), the last, 5.347; (of quality), worst, most humiliating, most degrading, 4.537. (superl. of ulterior)

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ultor, ōris, m.

an avenger, 2.96; translated adjectively, avenging, 6.818. (ulcīscor)

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ultrā

(prep. with acc.), beyond, 6.114; (adv.), longer, beyond, farther, 3.480.

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ultrā

(prep. with acc.), beyond, 6.114; (adv.), longer, beyond, farther, 3.480.

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ultrīx, īcis

adj. (ulcīscor), avenging, 2.587.

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