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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid
ērigō, rēxī, rēctus, 3, a.

to raise up, rear, erect, 4.495; cast upward, 3.423. (ex and regō)

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Erīnys, yos, f.

a fury, 2.337; pest, scourge, curse, 2.573.

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Eriphȳlē, es, f.

the wife of Amphiaraus, slain by her son Alcmaeon, for her treachery to her husband, 6.445.

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ēripiō, uī, reptus, 3, a.

to tear or pull away, freq.; w. the object from which in abl., w. prep. or without a prep.; or in the dat.; unsheath; draw, 4.579; snatch, 10.788; catch, 7.119; take away, 2.736; rescue, 1.596; bear safely, 2.665; hasten, 2.619; imperat., away! 3.560; (pass.), ēripī, escape, 12.948; ēripere sē, hasten, fly, 12.917. (ex and rapiō)

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errō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to go astray, wander, 1.578; go to and fro, stray, 7.493; hover, 4.684; float, 3.76; to err, be uncertain, 7.498.

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error, ōris, m.

a wandering, 1.755; a winding maze, 5.591; mistake, error, 3.181; deception, 2.48. (errō)

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ērubēscō, rubuī, 3, inc. n. and a.

to redden; to blush; feel shame before; to revere, respect, 2.542.

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ēructō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to belch out; to vomit, throw forth or out, 3.632; discharge, 6.297.

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ērudiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to redeem from roughness; to teach, instruct, 9.203. (ē and rudiō)

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ērumpō, rūpī, ruptus, 3, a. and n.

to burst forth; burst, break through, 1.580; dash, dart forward, 10.890.

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ēruō, ī, tus, 3, a.

to cast out or up; to overthrow, 2.5.

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Erycīnus, a, um

adj. (Eryx), pertaining to Eryx, Erycinian, 5.759.

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Erulus, ī, m.

king of Praeneste, and son of Feronia, said to have had three lives, and to have been killed by Evander, 8.563.

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Erymanthus, ī, m.

a mountain in Arcadia, 5.448.

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Erymās, antis, m.

a Trojan slain by Turnus, 9.702.

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Eryx, ycis, m.

a mountain on the northwest coast of Sicily, 1.570. A Sicilian giant and king, son of Venus and Butes, and brother of Aeneas; slain by Hercules, 5.419.

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ēsca, ae, f.

food, bait. (edō)

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et

(conj.), and, freq.; moreover, also, too, freq.; and even, and indeed; and yet; and immediately, 9.22; et — et, both — and, freq.

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et

(conj.), and, freq.; moreover, also, too, freq.; and even, and indeed; and yet; and immediately, 9.22; et — et, both — and, freq.

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etenim

(conj.), for, indeed, truly, 7.390.

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etiam

conj. (et emphasized by iam), and also, and besides; even, and even, freq.; for praeterea, besides, moreover, 11.352; of time, still, yet, even now, 6.485.

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Etrūria, ae, f.

ancient Tuscany; Etruria.

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Etrūscus, a, um

adj. (Etrūria), Etrurian, Tuscan, 8.503; subst., Etrūscī, ōrum, m., the Etrurians, Tuscans, 9.150.

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Etrūscus, a, um

adj. (Etrūria), Etrurian, Tuscan, 8.503; subst., Etrūscī, ōrum, m., the Etrurians, Tuscans, 9.150.

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etsī

(conj.), even if, although, though, 2.583.

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Evadnē, ēs, f.

Evadne, the wife of Capaneus, who cast herself on the funeral pile of her husband, 6.447.

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ēvādō, vāsī, vāsus, 3, n. and a.

to go out, forth, or up; ascend, 2.458; come in flight, 2.531; come forth from, w. the idea of danger surmounted; (w. acc.), to escape the dangers of, 2.731; escape, 5.689; 6.425; w. dat., 11.702; 9.99.

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ēvalēscō, valuī, 3, inc. n.

to grow strong; be able, can; 7.757.

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Euander (-drus, 8.100; Ēvander, -drus), drī, m.

Evander, an Arcadian prince, son of Carmentis, and king of Pallanteum on the Tiber, 8.52.

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Euandrius, a, um

of Evander, Evandrian, 10.394. (Euander)

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ēvānēscō, vānuī, 3, inc. n.

to disappear, vanish, 4.278.

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euhāns, antis, p. n. and a.

crying Euhan! shrieking madly, celebrating, 6.517. (Evan or Euan, i.e. Bacchus)

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Euanthēs, ae, m.

a Trojan warrior, 10.702.

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Euboicus, a, um

(adj.), of Euboea, an island on the eastern coast of Greece; Euboean, 6.2.

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ēvehō, vexī, vectus, 3, a.

to carry forth; carry up, raise, elevate, 6.130.

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ēveniō, vēnī, ventus, 4, n.

to come out; come to pass, happen, 2.778.

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ēventus, ūs, m.

an outcome, issue, result, event, fortune, 6.158. (ēveniō)

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ēverberō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to beat violently, strike, flap upon, 12.866.

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ēversor, ōris, m.

an over-thrower, destroyer, 12.545. (ēvertō)

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ēvertō, vertī, versus, 3, a.

to upturn, 1.43; overthrow, demolish, destroy, 2.603.

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ēvinciō, vinxī, vinctus, 4, a.

to bind round; crown, wreathe, 5.269; bind, 5.364.

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ēvincō, vīcī, victus, 3, a.

to conquer completely; overcome, 2.630; move, 4.548, et al.; bear down, sweep away, 2.497.

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ēviscerō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

to disembowel, 11.723. (ē and viscus)

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Eumēdēs, is, m.

a Trojan, 12.346.

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Eumēlus, ī, m.

a Trojan, 5.665.

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Eumenides, um, f.

the well-disposed; a deprecatory title given by the Greeks to the Furies; the Eumenides, the Furies, 4.469.

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Eunēus, ī, m.

a Trojan slain by Camilla, 11.666.

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ēvocō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to call out or forth; summon, conjure, 4.242.

2
euhoe (dissyll.)

(interj.), a joyous Bacchanalian shout), evoe! joy! 7.389.

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ēvolō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to fly away, 9.477.

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ēvolvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll out or forth, 5.807; unroll a scroll or volume; hence, (fig.), reveal, declare, 9.528.

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ēvomō, uī, itus, 3, a.

to vomit out or up, 8.253.

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Euphrātēs, is, m.

the Euphrates.

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Eurōpa, ae, f.

1. Europa, the daughter of Agenor, king of Phoenicia, borne by Jupiter over the sea to Crete. 2. Europe, 1.385.

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Eurōtās, ae, m.

the Eurotas; the river on which Sparta was situated, 1.498.

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Eurōus, a, um

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

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Eurus, ī, m.

the southeast wind, 1.85, et al.; wind, 1.383, et al.

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Euryalus, ī, m.

a Trojan youth among the followers of Aeneas, 5.294.

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Eurypylus, ī, m.

a Thessalian prince, one of the Greek chiefs at Troy, 2.114.

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Eurystheus (trisyll.), eī, m.

the king of Mycenae, who assigned to Hercules the twelve labors, 8.292.

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Eurytidēs, ae, m.

the son of Eurytus, 10.499. (Eurytus)

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Eurytiōn, ōnis, m.

brother of the Lycian archer Pandarus, and follower of Aeneas, 5.495.

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ex or ē

(prep. w. abl.), out of from; of place, 3.554, and freq; down from, 2.410; of source, material, of, 5.266; (partitive), of, 2.659; (of time), after, from, since, 1.623; (of transition from one condition to another), 10.221; (of correspondence), in, 1.456; according to, after, 5.244; with, 8.621; ex eō, illō, quō (tempore), from that, from which, what, time; since, 8.268.

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exigō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to drive out or work out; drive through, thrust, 10.682; drive, 2.357; investigate, examine, ascertain, 1.309; weigh, consider, determine, 4.476; fulfill; finish, complete, 6.637; of time, spend, pass, 1.75; p. subst., exācta, ōrum, discoveries, 1.309. (ex and agō)

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exaestuō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to boil up, foam up, rage, 3.577; to be agitated, to burn, 9.798.

2
exāmen, inis, n.

1. A multitude; swarm, 7.67. 2. The tongue or indicator of the scales or balances; the index, 12.725. (ex and agō).

2
exanimis, e, and exanimus, a, um

adj. (ex and anima), breathless; lifeless, dead, 1.484; slain, 11.110; breathless with fear, terrified, 4.672.

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exanimō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to deprive of life; p., exanimātus, a, um, without breath, breathless; disheartened; terrified, 5.805. (ex and anima)

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exanimis, e, and exanimus, a, um

adj. (ex and anima), breathless; lifeless, dead, 1.484; slain, 11.110; breathless with fear, terrified, 4.672.

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exārdēscō, ārsī, ārsus, 3, inc. n.

to begin to burn; (fig.), to be roused to anger; kindle, burn, 2.575; 5.172.

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exaudiō, īvī, or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to hear distinctly; hear, 1.219; catch the sound, hear from afar, 7.15; listen to, heed, 11.157.

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excēdō, cessī, cessus, 3, n.

to go out or away; depart, 6.737; flee from, 1.357; withdraw from, 5.380; retire, 9.789.

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excellēns, entis

surpassing; beautiful, stately, 12.250.

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excidium, iī, n.

a complete cutting or tearing down; razing, demolition, destruction. (exscindō)

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excidō, cidī, 3, n.

to fall out; fall from; drop, come from, 2.658; come down, descend, 9.113; depart, 1.26. (ex and cadō)

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excīdō, cīdī, cīsus, 3, a.

to cut out, 1.429; cut off, away, or down, 2.481; destroy, 2.637. (ex and caedō)

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exciō, cīvī or ciī, ītus, 4, a., and excieō, itus, 2, a.

to rouse up or forth; call forth, assemble, 5.107; arouse, excite, agitate, 4.301; stir, shake, 12.445.

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excipiō, cēpī, ceptus, 3, a.

to take out or up; except, exempt, 9.271; receive, receive in turn, 1.276; receive, with the notion of hospitality or shelter or favor, 4.374; 5.41; catch, take, surprise, fall upon, 3.332; seize, 6.173; overtake, 9.763; intercept, 11.517; befall, 3.318; hit, 12.507; take up the conversation; reply, answer, 4.114; catch mentally; surmise, suspect, detect, 4.297. (ex and capiō)

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excitō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to rouse up completely; excite, awaken, arouse, 2.594; alarm, 2.728; stimulate, impel, 3.343. (exciō)

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exclāmō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to call or cry out, 2.733.

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exclūdō, clūsī, clūsus, 3, a.

to shut out, exclude. (ex and claudō)

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excolō, uī, cultus, 3, a.

to till completely; cultivate; refine, perfect, polish, 6.663.

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excubiae, ārum, f.

a lying out; watching; vigils, watch, 4.201. (excubō)

2
excubō, uī, itus, 1, n.

to lie out; be on guard, keep watch, 9.175.

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excūdō, cūdī, cūsus, 3, a.

to strike out, 1.174; beat out, mold, 6.847.

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excutiō, cussī, cussus, 3, a.

to shake out or off, 2.224; throw or cast down, 1.115; cast out, 10.590; drive away, 3.200; expel, 7.299; shake out, uncoil, 3.267; uncoil and arrange (set the sails), 3.683; deprive of, 6.353; throw aside, break, 12.158; hurry forth, call forth, 9.68. (ex and quatiō)

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exedō, ēdī, ēsus, 3, a.

to eat out, hollow out, devour; consume, destroy, 5.785.

2
exemplum, ī, n.

example, 12.439. (eximō)

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exeō, īvī or iī, itus, īre, irreg. n. and a.

to go out or forth, 1.306; come out, 5.492; overflow, burst forth, 2.497; avoid, elude, 5.438.

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exerceō, uī, itus, 2, a.

to keep in action or motion; hurry, drive along, whip, 7.380; exercise, carry on, pursue, 1.431; employ, 10.808; engage in, cultivate, cherish, 4.110; practice, 4.87; train, lead, 1.499; agitate, torment, harass, 5.779; pursue, 4.623. (ex and arceō)

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exercitus, ūs, m.

an army, 2.415. (exerceō)

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exhālō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to breathe out, 2.562.

2
exhauriō, hausī, haustus, 4, a.

to draw out, drain, exhaust, toil through, achieve, 4.14; undergo, 1.599; endure, 11.256; inflict, 9.356.

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exhorrēscō, horruī, 3, inc. n. and a.

to shudder greatly; shudder at, fear, dread, 7.265. (exhorreō)

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exhortor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to encourage, rouse, 7.472; advise, 8.510; to spur, 11.610.

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exigō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to drive out or work out; drive through, thrust, 10.682; drive, 2.357; investigate, examine, ascertain, 1.309; weigh, consider, determine, 4.476; fulfill; finish, complete, 6.637; of time, spend, pass, 1.75; p. subst., exācta, ōrum, discoveries, 1.309. (ex and agō)

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exiguus, a, um

adj. (exigō), minute, scanty, little; insignificant, small, 4.212; few, 5.754; thin, slender, feeble, 6.493.

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eximius, a, um

adj. (eximō), exceptional; choice, select; distinguished, 7.496.

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eximō, ēmī, ēmptus, 3, a.

to take out; remove, 6.746; take away, remove, 1.216. (ex and emō)

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exinde (abbrev. exin)

(adv.), from that place; thence, of place; of time, thereafter; thereupon, then, 6.743, et al.

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