VERGIL AENEID VOCABULARY 

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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

to consult; advise, 11.344; inspect, 4.64; observe, 9.322.

6

a thing deliberated upon; a decree; response, oracle, 6.151; deliberation, 11.410. (cōnsulō)

2

to take entirely; use up, devour, consume, 5.527; spend, 2.795.

5

to rise together, rise up; rise at once, 8.110; rise, 5.20; rise or spring to the oars, ply, 10.299.

14

a touching together or upon; touch, 3.227. (contingō)

1

to cover, 12.885.

1

to scorn, contemn, despise, set at naught, 8.364; defy, 3.77.

2

a despiser, scorner, 7.648. (contemnō)

3

to stretch completely; stretch, strain; strain the bow, 12.815; level the arrow, 5.513; shoot, 5.520; endeavor, strive, 1.158; contend, 4.108; hold, steer, 5.834; contend in skill of any kind.

11

content, satisfied, 5.314. (contneō)

4

to stretch completely; stretch, strain; strain the bow, 12.815; level the arrow, 5.513; shoot, 5.520; endeavor, strive, 1.158; contend, 4.108; hold, steer, 5.834; contend in skill of any kind.

2

to frighten greatly; terrify, 3.597.

4

to weave together; construct, build, 2.112.

1

to become still; be still, hushed, silent, 2.253. (com- and taceō)

5

adj. (contingō), near, within reach, 10.457.

1

to hold together or in; keep together; hold, restrain, 2.593; check, stay, 3.598; confine; p., contentus, a, um, content, satisfied, 5.314. (com- and teneō)

3

to touch, 2.168; take hold of, 2.239; strike, 2.649; attain, arrive at, reach, 5.18; fall to, fall to the lot of, 11.371; impers., contingit, it happens, falls to one’s lot, chances, 1.96. (com- and tangō)

14

(adv.), immediately, straightway. (continuus)

15

(adv.), immediately, straightway. (continuus)

1

to turn round entirely, twist; turn, 3.562; hurl, cast, lance, 2.52; 9.705.

9

(prep. and adv.; prep. w. acc.), over against; opposite to, 1.13; against, 5.370; to, 9.280; on the contrary, 12.779; on the other hand, in reply, 1.76.

21

(prep. and adv.; prep. w. acc.), over against; opposite to, 1.13; against, 5.370; to, 9.280; on the contrary, 12.779; on the other hand, in reply, 1.76.

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to draw together, contract; bring together, collect, assemble, 3.8; gather, assume, 12.891.

2

adj. (contrā), opposite; (fig.), contrary, opposed, opposing, 2.39; unfavorable, adverse, 1.239; subst., contrāria, ōrum, n. pl., opposite things, different counsels, 12.487.

1

adj. (contrā), opposite; (fig.), contrary, opposed, opposing, 2.39; unfavorable, adverse, 1.239; subst., contrāria, ōrum, n. pl., opposite things, different counsels, 12.487.

4

to tremble, 7.515.

1

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

1

to pound thoroughly; beat, bruise, pound; (fig.), subdue, conquer, 1.264.

1

a pole, 5.208.

3

a valley completely inclosed by hills; a valley, vale, 6.139.

2

carry, bring together; convey, 4.405. (convehō, bring together)

2

to pull violently; pluck, tear, pull up, 3.24; wrench forth, 12.774; cut off, 6.148; p., convulsus, a, um, rent, shattered, 1.383; convulsed, 5.143.

11

to come together; meet, assemble, 1.361; (impers.), convenit, it is meet, proper, fit; it is agreed, stipulated, covenanted, 12.184.

11

an assembling; assembly, 6.753. (conveniō)

1

to turn completely; turn back, to invert, reverse, 1.81; wheel or turn against, 12.548; turn, 2.191; change, 2.73; p., conversus, a, um, turned, turning, 12.172; opposing, 12.716; returning, 7.543; transformed, 12.623.

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a convexity; recess, 1.310; pl., convexa, ōrum, vault, arch, 4.451; the concave vaulted sky or heavens, 6.241; convexities, sloping or hollow sides, 1.608.

6

hollow, 11.515; concave.

1

a banquet, 1.638. (com- and vīvō)

2

to roll together; roll up, coil, 2.474.

1

a cone; the metallic point or apex of a helmet, 3.468.

1

to arise completely, or at once; break out, arise, 1.148.

2

complete supply; abundance, plenty, force, numbers, 2.564; host, 11.834; ability, power, means, 5.100; opportunity, 9.720; permission, liberty, 1.520. (com- and ops)

8

to cook; to cause to boil; to temper (a spear) in fire, 11.553; (fig.), vex, fret, 7.345.

2

the heart, of the mind, feelings, spirit, passions; mind, heart, breast, 1.50; disposition, spirit, 1.303; pleasure, delight, 7.326.

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a town of the Volsci in Latium, 6.775.

1

(prep. and adv.; prep. w. abl.), in the presence of; before; (adv.), in person, face to face, openly, in presence, 1.520, 595.

7

a hero of Tibur, 7.672.

3

a city of the Peloponnesus, destroyed by Mummius, B.C. 146, 6.836.

1

adj. (cornus), of cornel-wood, 3.22.

2

adj. (cornū), of horn, 6.894.

1

adj. (cornū and gerō), horn-bearing; horned, 8.77.

1

adj. (cornū and pēs), horn-hoofed, 6.591.

2

a horn, 4.61; horny substance, horn; a trumpet or horn, 7.615; bow, 7.497; the knob or tip of the helmet in which the crest is inserted, 12.89; pl., cornua, uum, the ends of sail yards, 3.549; horns of the moon, 3.645; in cornua surgere, to rise as to the horns; i.e., having high-branching horns, 10.725; īrāscī in cornua, to throw fury into the horns, 12.104.

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the cornel cherry or cornel berry, 3.649.

1

a cornel cherry tree; a spear shaft; a lance or javelin, shaft, 12.267.

2

Coroebus, a Phrygian chief, son of Mygdon, lover of Cassandra, 2.341.

4

a crown, 1.655; wreath, garland, 3.525; a crowd or throng; a circle of defenders on a rampart; a garrison, 9.508; a circle or crowd of assailants, 9.551.

14

to encircle with a crown or garland; crown, wreathe, 4.506; encompass, surround, 9.380. (corōna)

4

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

1

the body, 1.484; body, form, frame, size, 3.427; mass, corporeal universe, 6.727; strength, 12.920; a ghost, shade, 6.303; summum corpus, the surface of the body, 12.376.

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to take completely or eagerly; to grasp, snatch, seize, catch, 1.45; hurry away, 1.100; tear away; hasten on, take, 1.418; raise quickly, rouse, 4.572; sē corripere, to hasten away, 6.472. (com- and rapiō)

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to burst completely, break up; destroy, ruin; spoil, injure, damage, 1.177; infect, 3.138. (com- and rumpō)

1

to fall completely; fall down, 10.488. (com- and ruō)

1

to burst completely, break up; destroy, ruin; spoil, injure, damage, 1.177; infect, 3.138. (com- and rumpō)

1

the bark, rind, 3.33.

3

a caldron; kettle; (fig.), the tripod of Apollo, 3.92; an oracle, 6.347.

2

to push with the horns; move quickly hither and thither; shake, brandish, wave, swing, 5.642; flash; glisten.

6

adj. (coruscō), vibrating, tremulous, waving, 12.701; flashing, 1.164; gleaming, 2.172.

9

(adj.), of the Corybantes, priests of Cybele; Corybantian, 3.111.

1

1. Corynaeus, a companion of Aeneas, 6.228; 12.298. 2. Another Trojan, 9.571.

3

an ancient city of Etruria, later, and now Cortona, 3.170.

4

a quiver, 10.169.

1

a whetstone, 7.627; a flint or jagged rock; cliff.

1

Cosa, a town in Etruria, 10.168.

1

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.

1

a rib, 1.211; side.

9

the cothurnus; a triple soled shoe, or buskin, worn in tragedy; a kind of half-boot; hunting boot, buskin, 1.337.

1

(adj.), thick, gross, fat; clotted, 5.469.

2

adj. (crās, the morrow), pertaining to the morrow; tomorrow’s, 4.118.

4

a large mixing bowl or urn; mixer; bowl, 1.724; jar, 6.225.

7

a large mixing bowl or urn; mixer; bowl, 1.724; jar, 6.225.

4

a hurdle; wicker work, wattles; crātēs pectoris, the wattled covering of the breast; the ribs, 12.508.

3

she who brings forth; a mother, 6.367. (creō)

2

(adj.), repeated, frequent, 2.731; coming thick and fast, 11.611; blowing fresh; fresh, 5.764; abounding in, full of, 1.85.

14

to become frequent, prevail, 12.222; to increase, swell, 12.407; blow fresh, 3.530. (crēber)

3

to intrust, believe, freq.; with dat., acc. and dat., or with objective clause; trust to, 5.850; confide, 4.422; put faith in, 7.97; trust, 2.48; believe, think, 1.387; (with sē), to trust one’s self to; risk, 5.383.

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to burn, 6.224, et al.

4

to bring forth, bear; produce, 7.283; p., creātus, a, um, born of; begotten by, 10.517.

5

a base; a mound, bank; brow, edge (of a rock), 10.653.

1

to make a rattling noise; creak, crackle, murmur, rustle, 3.70; crack, crash, 5.436; rattle, 5.459; dash, 11.299. (crepō)

6

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

1

to rattle; creak, crack, 5.206; rustle, 11.775.

2

to wax, grow; increase; p., crētus, a, um, sprung from, born of, 2.74. (creō)

8

(adj.), Cretan, 4.70.

2

a Cretan woman, 5.285.

1

Crete, a large island south of the Aegean Sea, now Candia, 3.104.

5

adj. (Crēta), of Crete; Cretan, 3.117.

2

a Cretan, 4.146.

1

1. A Trojan warrior, 9.774. 2. A Greek ally of Aeneas, 2.538.

3

the wife of Aeneas, and daughter of Priam, 2.562.

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