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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort descending

to delay, hesitate, linger, wait, 4.133; keep one's ground, stand at bay, 10.717.

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adj. (corpus), bodily, corporeal, 6.737.

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(adj.), difficult of approach, perilous to be approached; dangerous, 7.11; impervious, 8.195.

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(adv.), from that side, thence; on that side, 4.442.

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a Trojan, 10.748.

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the name of a Roman family in the gens Sempronia, especially Tiberius and Gains, 6.842.

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one of the Naiads.

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the port on the eastern shore of Greece, whence the Greek fleet sailed to the siege of Troy, 4.426.

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to make rough; raise, arouse, lift up, 3.285. (asper)

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the Falisci, a Tuscan people dwelling in Falerii; perhaps kindred with the Aequicoli, 7.695.

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the Alps.

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adj. (Saba), Sabaean, Arabian, 1.416; pl., Sabaeī, ōrum, m., the Sabaeans or people of Arabia Felix.

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(adj.), Aetolian, 11.428; Aetōla urbs, Arpi in Apulia, built by Diomedes, 11.239.

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a going back; (fig.), turn, change, retrieve, 11.413. (regredior)

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to overthrow, tear apart or away from, 10.363.

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a sitting down, or lying in ambuscade; an ambush, 11.783; snare, toil; plot, treachery, wile, 2.36; stealthy journey or enterprise, 9.237; artifice, stratagem, 2.421; personif. pl., Īnsidiae, ārum, Stratagem, 12.336. (īnsideō)

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to make clear; to declare, proclaim, 5.246.

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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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Tarentum, a city of Greek origin on the coast of lower Italy, 3.551.

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to pour out upon (by tmesis), 6.254.

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a family name in the Cornelian gens; especially, A. Cornelius Cossus, who won the spolia opima from the king of Veii (B.C. 428), 6.841.

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to join together; p., compāctus, a, um, close-jointed, 12.674. (com- and pangō)

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Paros, an island in the Aegean, one of the Cyclades, celebrated for its statuary marble, 3.126.

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(adj.), hundredfold; of the hundred- (or many-) handed Briareus, 6.287.

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(adj.), of yesterday, yesterday's, 8.543.

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oblivion, forgetfulness, 6.715. (oblīvīscor)

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to lift from beneath; uplift, raise, 10.831.

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adj. (nāvis and frangō), shipwrecking, 3.553.

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haughtiness, pride, arrogance, 3.326.

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

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fit, suitable, 11.522. (ad and commodus)

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sweetness; delight, joy, 11.538. (dulcis)

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to set on fire; (fig.), to rouse, inflame, inspire, 4.54; infuriate, madden, 3.330.

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to cry out; declare, announce, proclaim, 5.345.

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a bear.

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the Phoenicians, 1.344.

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a twisting, coil, 5.276. (torqueō)

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Thebes, the capital of Boeotia, 4.470.

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to fill up; to supply, furnish, 3.471. (sub and pleō, fill)

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a din; thunder clap, peal, 12.923. (crepō)

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lit. it repents one; one repents, regrets, 1.549, et al.

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a working; work; pains, labor, duty, 7.332. (opus)

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an Amazon, captured by Theseus, 11.661.

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joyful feeling; delight, pleasure, joy, 1.502; pl., joyful hope, 10.652; love, 10.325; personif., Gaudia, ōrum, Pleasures, 6.279. (gaudeō)

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to put forth leaves, 6.144. (frondeō)

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adj. (mors and ferō), bringing death; deadly, 6.279.

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Argyripa, afterwards Arpi, a town built by Diomedes in Apulia, 11.246.

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to go or move from one place to another; migrate, go away, depart, 4.401.

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M. Antonius, the Triumvir, 8.685.

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adj. (Massicus), of Mount Massicus, in Campania; Massic; subst., Massica, ōrum, n. (sc. iuga), the Massic hills, 7.726.

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ambrosia, the food of the gods.

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adj. (Eurus), pertaining to Eurus, the southeast wind; eastern, 3.533.

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Lipara or Lipare, one of the Aeolian Islands, N.E. of Sicily, 8.417.

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(adj.), belonging to the dawn, eastern, 1.489.

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to till again; (fig.), think over, reflect, consider, 6.681.

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(adj.), that can not be surmounted; invincible, 4.40.

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to feel, perceive beforehand, 4.297.

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a town on the coast of Etruria near the modern Piombino, 10.172.

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adorned with painting; embroidered, 3.483. (pīctūra)

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

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to make sad, sadden, overcast, render baneful or adverse; sadden, 10.275. (com- and trīstis)

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(adj.), unfinished, 8.428.

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a follower of Turnus, 12.75.

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a town of the Sabines, 7.714.

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adj. (Hādria), pertaining to the Adriatic Sea; Adriatic, 11.405.

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the healing art, 7.772; medicine, remedy. (medicīnus, sc. ars)

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to become wet; drip, be drenched, 5.697. (madeō)

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to be a horseman; to ride, 10.885. (eques)

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adj. (lēx and ferō), law-bringing, law-giving, 4.58.

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to speak between; interrupt, 1.386.

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to dip, plunge, 9.119.

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(adj.), not due; unassigned, unallotted, unpromised, 6.66.

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to stroke; calm, soothe, cheer, 5.816.

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narrow or straitened circumstances; poverty, 6.437. (pauper)

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to grow warm, 9.701. (tepeō)

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to melt; drip, be drenched, 1.173; to waste away, be wan, 12.221.

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to groan deeply; send forth a sigh or groan; (fig.), to creak or crash, 2.631.

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mountain copper; brass, 12.87.

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Musaeus, a Greek poet contemporary with Orpheus, 6.667.

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a Trojan, 12.362.

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adj. (festīnō), hastening. 9.488.

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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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to shine, beam, gleam, glisten, 10.137, et al.; to be exposed to view, show, 11.693.

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(adj.), uncultivated; rough.

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adj. (aes and pēs), brazen- or bronze-footed, or hoofed, 6.802.

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to eat up, devour, consume, 9.537.

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to become faint, grow weak, droop, 9.436. (langueō)

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to devour, consume, 2.215; taste, 5.93; feed upon, graze.

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(adj.), unobstructed; unbroken, smooth, 10.292.

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to doubt, mistrust, w. dat., 8.404.

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to drink, 6.715.

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adj. (pelliciō), leading into error; wily, deceitful, artful, 2.90.

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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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Cumae, an ancient Greek town of Campania, west of Naples, 6.2.

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the cornel cherry or cornel berry, 3.649.

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to fasten together, connect; twist together, 8.437.

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an impelling; impulse, shock, 8.239. (impellō)

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Caulon, or Caulonia, a town on the east coast of Bruttium, 3.553.

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an Italian prince, ally of Turnus, 7.734.

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adj. (bis and lingua), double-tongued; (fig.), deceitful, treacherous, 1.661.

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