VERGIL AENEID VOCABULARY 

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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

a calling; summons; pl., a call, 12.95. (vocō)

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to raise the voice; cry out, exclaim; utter with loud cries, 2.679. (vōx and ferō)

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to call, name, 3.133; mention, speak of, 3.185; invoke, implore, 3.264; propitiate, 3.253; invite, 3.70; summon, 2.668; challenge, 6.172; incite, 7.614; assemble, rally, 7.508.

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a winged creature; a bird, 6.239. (volo -are)

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flying; winged, 4.71. (volō)

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a Latin chief, 9.370.

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willing, ready, unresisting, spontaneously, 6.146.

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to fly about, whirl about, hover, flit, 6.329; ride or gallop around, 12.126; circulate, pass rapidly, fly. (1. volō)

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to will, wish, desire, intend, purpose, freq.; followed by the infin., with or without subject acc., by the subj., or by a noun in the acc.; wish, desire, 2.104, et al.; of the gods, order, decree, 5.50, et al.; be willing, 1.733; think of, intend, mean; of things, to signify, mean, 6.318.

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to fly, 1.300, et al.; of rumor, to be spread rapidly, noised or spread abroad, 3.121.

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the Volsci or Volscians, a warlike tribe of Latium.

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(adj.), Volscian, 7.803.

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adj. (volvō), turning, whirling, spinning, 7.382.

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adj. (1. volō), having the power to fly; of birds or winged creatures, swift-winged, 5.488; of things, winged, fleeting, 2.794; swift, 1.317; subst., volucris, is, f., a bird, 3.262.

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adj. (1. volō), having the power to fly; of birds or winged creatures, swift-winged, 5.488; of things, winged, fleeting, 2.794; swift, 1.317; subst., volucris, is, f., a bird, 3.262.

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a roll; fold, coil, 2.208. (volvō)

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a willing; will, wish, desire, 6.675; consent, 4.125. (2. volō)

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to roll, 1.86; roll along or down, 1.101; roll or cast up, 3.206; toss, hurl, 12.906; roll over, roll in the dust, 12.329; cast, hurl down, 1.116; 9.512; roll, wheel, 1.163; of books, open, unroll, 1.262; of the Fates, fix the circle of events, decree, ordain, dispose, 1.22; 3.376; of the mind, revolve, meditate, reflect upon, 1.305; pass, continue, live through, experience, endure, suffer, 1.9; rotam volvere, to complete a cycle, period; (pass.), volvī, roll over, roll, 10.590; turn or wind about, 7.350; to be shed, to flow, 4.449; roll on, revolve, 1.269.

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satisfaction, delight, pleasure, 3.660. (2. volō)

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a follower of Turnus, 11.463.

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to roll about; to roll back, reëcho, 5.149; roll or send through, make resound, 1.725; of thought, turn over, ponder, think over; meditate, 1.50; with ellipsis of the acc., 4.533; n., fall prostrate, 3.607. (volvō)

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a plowshare, plow, 7.635.

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to vomit; belch, vomit forth, 5.682.

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a chasm, abyss, gulf, whirlpool, 6.296; torrent, 9.105. (vorō)

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to swallow up, 1.117.

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

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a thing vowed; a conditional pledge made to some deity; a vow, 5.234, prayer, 4.65; votive offering, 2.17; sacrifice, 3.279. (voveō)

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to make a pledge or vow to a deity; vow, 10.774; consecrate, devote, 11.558.

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a voice, 1.328; note, tone, 6.646; language, 12.825; response, answer, 2.119; sound, 3.556.

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a city, especially a walled city, 1.12, et al.

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to drive, impel, press forward, 1.111; ply, hasten, 9.489; press, oppress, crush, bear down, 3.579; press around, inclose, surround, hem in, 11.524; weigh upon, oppress, close, 10.745; overpower, 2.653; attack, 10.375; punish, torture, 6.561.

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a water-vessel, an urn, 7.792; an urn for casting lots, 6.22; of judges, 6.432.

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to burn; burn up, 2.37; inflame with love, 4.68; trouble, disturb, torment, 1.662.

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a she-bear; a bear, 5.37. (ursus)

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a bear.

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(adv.), anywhere, 1.604; by any means, at all, 8.568.

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(adv.), all the way; all along; continuously, constantly, 2.628; quō ūsque, how long, 5.384; ūsque adeō, so far, so much, to such a degree, so, 12.646; ūsque ad or adūsque, quite to, 11.262; ab ūsque, even from, 7.289; super ūsque, even beyond, 11.317; ūsque dum, even while, as long as, 10.321.

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a using; use, usage, employment, purpose, 4.647; experience, practice, communication, 2.453; profit, use, advantage, foll. by abl., use for, need of, necessity of, 8.441. (ūtor)

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(conj., denoting result), so that, 6.553, et al.; purpose; in order that, that, 1.685, et al.; with subj. for inf. and acc., that, 11.269.

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(relat. adv. of manner), as, just as, freq.; in oaths, so truly as, 12.206; of time, as soon as, when, 8.1, et al.; ut prīmum, as soon as, 1.306.

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(adv., interrog.), in what manner, how? 1.466, et al.; sometimes with indic. in a dependent question, 6.855; how gladly, 8.154.

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(adv., interrog.), in what manner, how? 1.466, et al.; sometimes with indic. in a dependent question, 6.855; how gladly, 8.154.

3

(adv.), in whatever way, however, howsoever, 6.822.

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each (of two); both, 2.214; subst., utrumque, n., each, either thing or alternative, 2.61; (adv.), utrōque, to or on both sides; on either side, 5.469.

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the womb, belly, 11.813; cavity, 2.38.

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(interj.), O that! would that! with subj., 1.575.

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to use, foll. by the abl.; employ, show, display, 5.192; address, 1.64; experience, enjoy, prove, meet with, 6.546.

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(adv.), on or from either side; on both sides; on every side, 7.566. (uterque)

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each (of two); both, 2.214; subst., utrumque, n., each, either thing or alternative, 2.61; (adv.), utrōque, to or on both sides; on either side, 5.469.

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adj. (Vulcānus), pertaining to Vulcan; forged or wrought by Vulcan, 12.739, et al.; of fire or flame, 10.408.

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the god of fire and of the forge, son of Jupiter and Juno, 8.422; (meton.), fire, 2.311, et al.

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to make common or commonly known; spread abroad, 1.457; divulge, disclose, 10.64. (vulgus)

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(adv.), in the multitude; in common, generally, 6.283; all around, everywhere, 3.643.

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the common people; populace, people, 2.39; multitude, 2.798; common soldiery, 2.99; rabble, throng, 1.149; of animals, the herd, 1.190.

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to wound; offend, hurt, wound, 8.583. (vulnus)

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adj. (vulnus and faciō), wound-making; hurtful, deadly, 8.446.

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a wound, 2.436, and freq.; blow, 5.433; aim, thrust, 2.529; of the mind, distress, 12.160; heart-wound, passion, 4.2; of revenge, 1.36.

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a vulture, 6.597.

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a river of Campania, 7.729.

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the look or expression of the face; face, visage, countenance, 1.209; features, 4.556; appearance, aspect, 5.848; eyes, sight, 2.539.

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adj. (uxor, wife), pertaining to a wife; enslaved to one's wife, uxorious, slave of a wife, 4.266.

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1. The Xanthus or Scamander, a river near Troy, 5.808, et al. 2. A small river in Epirus named by Helenus after the Trojan Xanthus, 3.350. 3. A river in Lycia, 4.143.

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<p>an island in the Ionian sea opposite Elis, 3.270.</p>

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Zephyrus or Favonius, the god of the west wind, 2.417, et al.; west wind, 4.562; wind, 10.103.

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