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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

adj. (fulmen), like lightning; gleaming, flashing, 4.580; like lightning (with his lightning darts), 9.812.

3

to lighten, or thunder, flash. (fulmen)

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(adj.), reddish or tawny yellow; yellow, 5.374; tawny, 2.722; brown, 11.751; glowing, bright, 12.792.

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adj. (fūmus), smoky; smoking, 6.593.

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adj. (fūmus), smoking, 9.75; steaming, 7.465; veiled with smoke, 7.76.

3

adj. (fūmus and ferō), smoke bearing; smoky, 8.255.

2

to smoke, 3.3, et al.; send up vapor; fume, reek, 2.698; foam, 12.338. (fūmus)

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smoke, 2.609, et al.

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adj. (fūnis), made of or pertaining to a rope, cord, or wick; subst., fūnāle, is, n., a wax taper, candle, torch, 1.727.

1

a sling, 9.586.

2

a foundation, 4.266. (1. fundō)

3

a founder, 7.678. (1. fundō)

1

(adv.), completely, utterly, entirely, 6.736.

3

to pour; freq., pour in, 12.417; pour forth, 2.329; discharge, 11.610; shed, 3.348; emit, 2.684; put forth, 12.207; bear, 8.139; disperse, rout, defeat, 2.421; prostrate, slay, 1.193; utter, 3.344; (pass.), fundī, to spread, gather, crowd, 3.635; to assemble, swarm, 6.709; p., fūsus, a, um, lying extended, stretched out; expended, thrown away, 7.421; flowing, 10.137; overspread, 10.838; fundī circum, to encompass, encircle, 12.433.

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to make or lay the bottom of anything; to found, erect, build, 4.260; establish, render stable, organize, 6.811; of ships, hold to the bottom, fasten, moor, hold, 6.4. (fundus)

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the bottom, 2.419; depth, abyss, 6.581; the ground; a farm; fundō, from the foundation, 10.88.

6

adj. (fūnus), of a funeral; funeral-, 4.507.

3

adj. (fūnus), fatal, destructive, 7.322.

1

to perform, fulfill, discharge, pay, w. abl., 6.885.

1

a rope, 2.239, et al.; cord, string, 5.488.

10

a funeral; freq., funeral rites, 4.308; death, carnage, 2.361; corpse, dead body, 6.150; deathbed, 9.491; funeral pyre, 11.189; calamity, 1.232; pl., fūnera, um, a corpse prepared for burial, 9.486.

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to be mad; freq., to rave, be frantic, rage, 1.491; to be furious, burn, storm (for war), 7.625; to be burning or mad with love, 1.659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6.100; inspired, 2.345; distracted with grief, 3.313; plunge madly, 9.552; boil, 7.464; with cognate acc., give vent to one's fury, 12.680.

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rage, fury, madness, frenzy, 1.41, et al.; vengeance, 8.494; personif., Furiae, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Avengers, 3.331; for the Harpies, 3.252. (furō)

10

rage, fury, madness, frenzy, 1.41, et al.; vengeance, 8.494; personif., Furiae, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Avengers, 3.331; for the Harpies, 3.252. (furō)

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adj. (furiae), raging, 7.375.

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adj. (furō), filled with frenzy; raging, raving, wild, frantic, 4.646.

2

to madden, enrage, infuriate, 2.407. (furiae)

2

to be mad; freq., to rave, be frantic, rage, 1.491; to be furious, burn, storm (for war), 7.625; to be burning or mad with love, 1.659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6.100; inspired, 2.345; distracted with grief, 3.313; plunge madly, 9.552; boil, 7.464; with cognate acc., give vent to one's fury, 12.680.

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rage, madness, fury, 1.150, et al.; frenzy, 4.91; love, desire; personif. as a deity, a Fury, 1.294. (furō)

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rage, madness, fury, 1.150, et al.; frenzy, 4.91; love, desire; personif. as a deity, a Fury, 1.294. (furō)

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to steal, w. acc. and dat., 5.845; p., fūrātus, a, um, having stolen, w. dat. and ellipsis of acc., 7.283. (fūr)

2

(adv.), by stealth, secretly, 2.18. (fūr)

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adj. (fūrtum), of the nature of stealing; stealthy, secret, 4.171; (adv.), fūrtīvum, stealthily, in secret, 7.660.

2

that which is stolen; (meton.), the act of stealing; theft; secrecy, concealment, 4.337; artifice, deceit, fraud, deception, 6.24; treacherous deed (adultery), 10.91; stealthy attack, stratagem, 9.350; fūrta bellī, an ambuscade, 11.515. (fūr)

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(adj.), dark, dusky, 7.408.

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adj. (fundō), vain, weak, foolish, 11.339; brittle, treacherous, 12.740.

2

the future, 4.508; pl., things to come, 6.12.

3

about to be; future, 4.622. (sum)

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Gabii, a town of Latium at the foot of the Alban hills, 6.773.

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adj. (Gabiī), of Gabii, Gabinian, 7.612.

2

a Gallic javelin, long and heavy; a gaesum, 8.662.

1

(adj.), Gaetulian, African, 5.351.

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a Latin nobleman, 7.535.

2

a sea-nymph, daughter of Nereus, 9.103.

1

a helmet, either of leather or of metal, 3.468, et al.

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a cap of fur or undressed skin; hat, cap, 7.688. (rel. to galea)

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a Gaul, 6.858; Gallī, ōrum, m., the Gauls, 8.656.

2

a Gaul, 6.858; Gallī, ōrum, m., the Gauls, 8.656.

1

a river of India, 9.31.

1

Ganymede, son of Tros, and cup-bearer of Jupiter, 1.28.

1

the Garamantes, a barbarian tribe of Northern Africa, in the modern Fezzan, 6.794. (Γαράμαντες)

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(adj.), f. (Garamas), Garamantian, 4.198.

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a mountain in Apulia, 11.247.

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to be affected with joy; foll. by abl., to rejoice in, freq.; w. inf., 2.239, et al.

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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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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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strictly, the Persian royal treasure; in gen., riches, wealth, treasure, 1.119. (a Persian word, Greek form, γάζα)

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Gela, an ancient Greek town of Sicily on the river Gela, 3.702.

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adj. (gelū), frosty, ice-cold; cold, cool, icy, chilling, 2.120; chilled, 3.30.

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a Gelonian, or Scythian; pl., Gelōnī, ōrum, the Scythians, 8.725.

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adj. (Gela), belonging to Gela; of Gela, 3.701.

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frost, cold, numbness, chilled blood, 8.508.

2

(adj.), twin, 1.274, et al.; twofold, 6.203; double, two, 4.470; pl., geminī, ae, a, twin, 2.500; two, 1.162.

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a groaning; a groan, 3.39, et al.; sigh, 1.485; lamentation, 2.486; cry, 2.413; noise, roaring, 3.555. (gemō)

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a bud, precious stone, gem, 1.655, et al.

5

to groan, 7.501; sigh, 1.465; bemoan, bewail, lament, 1.221; of inanimate things, creak, 6.413.

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the cheek, 4.644, et al.; eye, 6.686.

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a son-in-law, 2.344, et al.

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one who begets; a breeder, 3.704. (generō)

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to beget, w. abl. of source, 7.734; produce; p., generātus, a, um, descended, sprung from, 5.61. (genus)

4

adj. (genus), of high lineage, noble-blooded, generous, renowned, famed, 10.174.

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she who brings forth; mother, 1.590, et al. (gignō)

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adj. (genius), pertaining to, or sacred to the birth-spirit, or guardian genius; genial, joyous, happy, festive, 6.603.

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he who begets; father, sire, 1.155, et al. (gignō)

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the birth-spirit; a tutelar deity, or guardian genius, 5.95. (genō, gignō)

2

a family stock or gens; a race; a clan or tribe, 10.202; nation, 1.17; people, 3.133; lineage, child, offspring, descendant, 10.228; descent, 11.331; (meton.), a country, land, 1.533; 11.324; pl., gentēs, ium, nations; the world. (genō, gignō)

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a knee, 1.320, et al. (γόνυ)

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birth, origin, lineage, descent, 1.132; noble birth, nobility, 5.621; offspring, progeny, 5.737, et al; a son, descendant, 6.500; family, 4.365; tribe, people, nation, race, 1.6, et al.; breed, 7.753; sort, kind, 2.468, et al. (genō)

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(adj.), of the same parentage; particularly, of the same father; own; subst., germānus, ī, m., own brother; brother, 1.341, et al.; germāna, ae, f., own sister; sister, 4.478.

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(adj.), of the same parentage; particularly, of the same father; own; subst., germānus, ī, m., own brother; brother, 1.341, et al.; germāna, ae, f., own sister; sister, 4.478.

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(adj.), of the same parentage; particularly, of the same father; own; subst., germānus, ī, m., own brother; brother, 1.341, et al.; germāna, ae, f., own sister; sister, 4.478.

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to carry, bear, 12.97, et al.; wear, 2.156; assume, put on as a guise, 1.315; 12.472; bear, produce, have, enjoy, 2.90; take, feel, 12.48; wage, carry on, 1.24; achieve, manage, 7.444; do (of conduct), 9.203.

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Geryon, a giant with three bodies, dwelling in Gades, slain by Hercules, who carried his herd of cattle to Italy, 7.662; 8.202.

2

that which is carried; equipment, weapon, defense, 3.286; crown, 7.246. (gestō)

2

to carry habitually; bear, 1.336; have, 1.567. (gerō)

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the Getae, a Thracian people dwelling on the Danube.

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adj. (Getae), pertaining to the Getae; Getan, Thracian, 3.35.

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beget, 10.848, et al.; bear, bring forth, 1.618, et al.; p., genitus, a, um, w. abl. of source, begotten of, born of, 9.642; son of, 1.297. (γίγνομαι, become)

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adj. (glaciēs), of ice; icy, 3.285.

1

ice, 4.251, et al.

2

a sword, 9.769, et al.

5

an acorn; a leaden ball or bullet, 7.686.

1

a fabled fisherman of Boeotia, one of the Argonauts, who was transformed into a sea-god, 5.823. 2. The father of Deiphobe, the Cumaean sibyl, 6.36. 3. A Lycian prince, allied with Priam, and slain by Ajax, son of Telamon, 6.483.

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(adj.), dark, 6.416; sea-green, 12.885. (γλαυκός, bluish gray)

4

a lump of earth; a clod; soil, 1.531.

3

to grow, swell; rise, increase, rage, 12.9.

1

any body of a spherical form; a globe, ball, 3.574; sphere, 6.725; phalanx, battalion, mass of assailants, 9.515; a mass of smoke or dust; a cloud, 9.36.

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to gather into a ball or mass; roll, whirl, 3.577; collect; assemble, gather, 2.315; (pass.), glomerārī, in mid. signif., to throng, gather; troop, flock, 1.500. (glomus, ball)

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glory, fame, renown, 2.83, et. al.; love of fame, ambition, 5.394.

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adj. (Cnōsus or Gnōsus), of Knossos, a city in Crete; Knossian, Cretan, 3.115.

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