VERGIL AENEID VOCABULARY 

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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

an accompanying or following; a suite, train, retinue, 4.215. (comitor)

2

to accompany, attend, follow, 3.660; p., comitātus, a, um, attended, accompanied, 1.312, et al. (comes)

21

to commit, consign, intrust, 2.748. (com- and mandō)

3

trade; negotiation, compact, 10.532. (com- and merx, merchandise)

1

(adv.), hand to hand, 7.553, 733; immediately; near at hand. (com- and manus)

8

to mix together, freq.; blend, mingle, 3.633.

8

an offense, a fault, a crime, 1.136. (committō)

1

to send or bring together; join, unite, 3.428; engage in, 5.69; join, begin battle, 11.589; perpetrate, commit a crime, 1.231; begin, 7.542; consign, intrust, 10.156; manum committere, to engage in conflict, to fight, 12.60.

12

to move completely; move rapidly in procession, 4.301; rouse, start from cover, 7.494; shake, stir, 5.217; disturb, move, 1.126; agitate, terrify 1.360.

6

(adj.), shared together; common, 2.573; public, 11.435.

9

to arrange; of the hair, comb, dress, bind up, 6.48; trim, 10.832; adorn, deck, 7.751. (com- and emō)

2

a joining; fastening, joint, 1.122. (com- and pangō)

3

to drive together; compel; force, drive, 1.575.

1

to address, accost, speak to, 1.581; greet, salute, 3.299; chide, upbraid, 5.161.

11

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

1

to embrace; cover, 2.514; hold, 5.31; seize, grasp, 11.743.

13

to fill up; fill, 2.20; complete, 5.46; fulfill, 9.108.

17

an embracing; embrace, 1.715. (complector)

5

to put together; raise, build, 7.6; found, 3.387; lay up, store, 8.317; put in order, arrange, adjust; to regulate; close, 1.374; put to rest in the tomb, bury, 1.249; end, 4.341; appease, calm, 1.135; agree upon, form, 10.15; put side by side for comparison, to compare; bring together in society or in peace, 8.322; (pass.), to be decided, to end, 12.109.

16

to bring together, carry away, 9.613.

1

(adv.), by compact, 2.129. (compono)

1

to take hold of completely, seize, grasp, 2.793; inclose, include; catch, 7.73; to include in description, enumerate, describe, 6.626.

5

to press together; repress, check, restrain, stay, 2.73. (com- and premō)

4

to arrange; of the hair, comb, dress, bind up, 6.48; trim, 10.832; adorn, deck, 7.751. (com- and emō)

2

an effort, attempt, 12.910. (cōnor)

1

(adj.), completely hollow; hollow, concave, 5.677.

1

to retire; come away, come, 2.523; go away, depart, 2.91; subside, come to an end, terminate, 8.41; allow, yield, grant, concede, 5.798; give up to, abandon, 7.305.

11

a shellfish; cockle shell, shell; a shell used as a trumpet; conch, 6.171; 10.209.

2

to fall completely; fall down, fall, 2.532. (com- and cadō)

5

to call together; incite, to stir up, arouse; enrage, fire, make furious, 9.694; hurl, shoot from, 12.921; disturb, 3.127; (pass.), to be impelled on, dart along, 11.744; hasten, speed, 12.902.

7

to bring into accord; to win or gain over; procure, secure, 1.79. (concilium)

2

a body called together; assembly, council, 2.89; throng, company, 3.679. (com- and root cal-, call)

9

to take completely; assume, 11.519; take in; conceive, 5.38; imagine, 4.502; to be possessed, filled with, 4.474; conceive, form, or express in words; form, draw up, 12.13. (com- and capiō)

8

to move with force; hurl, 11.784; spur, 11.742; (with sē), to speed, fly, 7.476.

4

to call out aloud; shout, cry, 3.523; call together, 7.504.

10

to shut completely; shut around, inclose, surround, 1.425. (com- and claudō)

1

(adj.), of the same color, 8.82.

1

adj. (com- and cor), of one mind or spirit; harmonious, friendly, 6.827, et al.

2

to trust, intrust, 10.286.

1

to grow together; grow thick; stiffen, 12.905; p., concrētus, a, um, concreted, matted, 2.277; formed by natural growth, contracted, accumulated, 6.738.

4

to run together or at once; crowd around, 12.297; rush, 2.315; rush to conflict, 7.224; rush against a foe; (with dat.), engage, encounter, 1.493.

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a running together; thronging, 6.318; concourse, multitude, throng, 5.611. (concurrō)

5

to shake completely; shake, 2.629; push, 8.237; rouse, spur, 8.3; sift, examine, search, 7.338; agitate, strike with panic, terrify, 4.666; smite, afflict, 5.700. (com- and quatiō)

18

(adj.), thick, crowded, close together, 2.517.

2

terms, choice, 12.880. (condō)

1

a founder, 8.313. (condō)

1

to put or place together; found or build, 1.5; put together, devise, establish, 10.35; establish, restore, 6.792; put away, cover up, conceal, hide, with place in abl. with or without in, or in acc. with ad, 2.24, et al.; treasure up, keep, 3.388; consign to the tomb, bury, 3.68; (pass.), sink or set, 7.719; sē condere, to go, hasten for protection, 9.39; confine, 9.32; plunge, 8.66; bury, conceal, 2.621.

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lead, bring together; contract for, hire, rent, 12.520.

1

to bring together; cōnferre gradum, to walk side by side, accompany, 6.488; cōnferre manum or sīgna, to join battle, 11.517; 9.44; sē cōnferre, w. dat., to oppose, 10.735; cōnferre certāmina, to wage conflicts, 10.147.

11

crowded together, 2.347. (cōnferciō, crowd together)

1

(adv.), immediately, forthwith, 9.231. (cōnferō)

1

to make completely, finish, accomplish, achieve, complete, 5.362; work out; wear out, waste, 3.590; exhaust, 4.599; destroy, 11.824; make infirm, 11.85; (pass.), cōnfierī, to be accomplished, 4.116. (com- and faciō)

6

to put entire trust in; to trust in, w. dat. or abl., 1.452, et al.

3

to fasten together or firmly; transfix, pierce, 2.429, et al.

5

to make completely, finish, accomplish, achieve, complete, 5.362; work out; wear out, waste, 3.590; exhaust, 4.599; destroy, 11.824; make infirm, 11.85; (pass.), cōnfierī, to be accomplished, 4.116. (com- and faciō)

1

to confess, acknowledge; manifest, reveal, 2.591. (com- and fateor)

1

to strike against; fight, contend, 2.417.

1

to stab, wound, 9.445.

1

to flee for refuge; flee, 8.493; resort; flee, come for succor, 1.666.

2

to pour together; mingle with, 3.696; trouble, confuse, 2.736; disturb, interrupt, violate, 5.496.

5

mingled, confused, promiscuous, 6.504; bewildered, confounded, 12.665. (cōnfundō)

5

to redouble, repeat, 12.714; multiply, multiply blows with, 11.698.

2

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

1

to bring together; collect, heap up, 2.766; construct, build, 6.178.

3

to step, go together; encounter, 1.475; join battle; proceed to battle, 12.13. (com- and gradior)

13

a coming together; conflict, assault, 12.514; pl., an interview, 5.733. (congredior)

2

to throw together; pile up, 5.662; throw, cast, hurl, 2.545; turn, 12.483. (com- and iaciō)

20

adj. (cōnus and ferō), cone-bearing, 3.680.

1

a joining together; marriage, wedlock, 4.172; (meton.), husband, wife, consort, 2.579; 3.296. (coniungō)

10

to join together, clasp, 1.514; fasten, moor, 10.653; unite, ally, associate, 5.712.

1

to join together, clasp, 1.514; fasten, moor, 10.653; unite, ally, associate, 5.712.

6

to swear together; conspire, unite, 8.5.

1

a consort; husband, 1.343, et al.; wife, 2.597, et al.; betrothed, 3.331; spouse, bride, 9.138. (coniungō)

60

to fasten together, connect; twist together, 8.437.

1

to lean or brace one’s self against; struggle, strive, put forth all one’s strength, 5.264; strain every nerve, 9.769.

6

nuptials, marriage, 1.73; wedlock, nuptial rite, 3.136; marriage tie, nuptial bond, 3.319. (con- and nūbō, wed)

14

to undertake, essay, attempt, try, 2.792.

10

adj. (com- and sanguis), having common blood; kindred, 12.40; subst., cōnsanguineus, ī, m., a brother, 6.278; kinsman, 5.771.

2

adj. (com- and sanguis), having common blood; kindred, 12.40; subst., cōnsanguineus, ī, m., a brother, 6.278; kinsman, 5.771.

2

kinship, 2.86. (cōnsanguineus)

1

to ascend, climb, 1.180; mount, 12.736; embark on, 1.381. (com- and scandō, climb)

6

adj. (com- and sciō), having complete knowledge; conscious, 5.455; conscious of, 2.141; conscious of guilt, guilty, 2.99; witnessing (w. dat.), 4.167; having knowledge in common, or a mutual understanding; confederate, 2.267.

13

to follow closely, follow up, pursue, 2.409; overtake, 12.375.

6

to tie together; fasten, 3.594; arm, 11.771; cōnserere proelia, to join battle, engage in, fight, 2.398.

6

to sow or plant.

1

a sitting together; an assembly (others, place of assembly; others, tribunal or platform), 5.290; an assembly, 5.340. (cōnsidō)

4

to sit or settle down together or completely; sink, 2.624; sit, 4.573; sit in mourning, 11.350; take a seat, 5.136; alight, 3.245; settle, 10.780; dwell, 1.572; abide, rest, 11.915; to lie at anchor, to anchor, 3.378; to be moored, stationed, 7.431.

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counsel, advice, 5.728; plan, purpose, 1.281. (rel. to cōnsulō)

14

to stand still; stand, 1.226; halt, stop, 1.187; land, tread, 1.541; settle, 8.10; alight, rest, 4.253; to be quiet or at rest, 1.643.

17

to sound at once or together; sound loudly; resound, 5.149.

2

(adj.), having a common lot; participating, a companion, 10.906.

1

a seeing or viewing; view, sight, 1.34; presence, 6.108; mediō in cōnspectū, in the midst of the gazing assembly. (cōnspiciō)

9

to have a complete view of; to look at, see, behold, 1.152; descry, discover, find, 6.508; p., cōnspectus, a, um, conspicuous. (com- and speciō, look)

15

to blow, sound together, 7.615.

1

to strew over; cover, strew, 4.444.

2

to place, station, 5.130; erect, build, raise, 6.506; resolve, determine, 1.309. (com- and statuō)

9

to stand together; be or remain fixed; be settled, calm, 3.518; be determined, 5.748.

6

to pile together, heap, gather, build up, 9.712.

1

to accustom, to acquire a habit or habitude; p., cōnsuētus, a, um, wonted, accustomed, familiar, 10.867.

1

one of the two coördinate chief magistrates of Rome; originally called praetors; a consul, 6.819.

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