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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort ascending

to break off, 11.748. (dē and frangō)

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(adv.), cruelly, barbarously, 6.495. (crūdēlis)

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(sc. caelum), a clear sky. (serenus, clear, calm, tranquil, serene)

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a fortress, stronghold, castle, 5.440. (castrum)

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a female conqueror; in triumph, 7.544; as adj., victorious, 3.54. (vincō)

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a beast, large, monstrous, or hideous, 6.287.

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1. A sea-monster, 10.211. 2. Pristis, the Pristis, one of the ships of Aeneas, 5.154. (another form for pistrīx)

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to push for; attack, assail, 11.277. (ad and petō)

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a Trojan warrior, 12.458.

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a trial; essay; experiment; approach, 8.144. (temptō)

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to rain, 10.807.

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a Trojan, 9.762.

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to set on fire from beneath; (fig.), inflame, incite, 7.496. (sub and obs. candō; cf. incendō)

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a Trojan, 10.748.

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adj. (penna), winged, 9.473.

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(adv.), promptly, immediately, 9.255. (āctus)

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to swear off; deny upon oath; deny, disavow, 8.263.

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(adj.), shaggy, hairy, 10.210.

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an Arcadian slain by Tolumnius, 12.272.

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adj. (flōs), flowery, 1.430.

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to stand forth or out; rise above, 6.668.

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(adj.), below, lower; comp., īnferior, ius, lower; less distinguished, inferior, 6.170; superl., īnfimus or īmus, a, um, lowest, deepest, 2.419; inmost, 2.120; below, 4.387; lowest part, bottom of, 3.39; ex īmō, from the foundation, 2.625; īma, ōrum, n., depths.

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a cypress, 3.680.

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to shine, gleam, 7.6.

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a plowshare; a knife, 6.248. (colō)

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

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

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to cast light upon; to look at, inspect, survey, 3.651.

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a priestess, mother of Aventinus, 7.659, et al.

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to divine, conjecture, 7.273. (augur)

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Procris, a daughter of Erectheus, married to Cephalus, king of Phocis, by whom she was accidentally killed in a forest, whither she had followed him out of jealousy, 6.445.

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the name of a ship, 10.166.

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Ancus Martius, the fourth king of Rome, 6.815.

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a Trojan priest of Ceres, 6.484.

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weeping, 10, 628. (p. of obsol. adlacrimō, shed tears)

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to carry from beneath, bear up, sustain; resist; withstand, 2.492. For the tenses of the perfect stem and participle in the sense of lift up, take away, etc., see tollō. (sub and ferō)

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to eat through or completely; eat up; consume, 6.442.

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to drag or lead away, 8.263.

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to load; the thing or material with which, usually in abl. and rarely in acc., 1.706; stow, lade, store away, w. dat. of the thing receiving, 1.195; (fig.), burden, overwhelm, 4.549. (onus)

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Naxos, one of the Cyclades, east of Paros, noted for its wine and the worship of Bacchus, 3.125.

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(adj.), not sluggish, not inactive; quick, not backward, 1.738.

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Mettus Fuffetius, an Alban general, put to death by Tullius Hostilius for treachery, 8.642.

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to take fire; to be fired, inflamed, to burn, 9.66. (īgnis)

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adj. (horreō and ferō), fear-bringing; dreadful, 8.435.

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a Trojan, 9.767.

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a lamp, light, 1.726.

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to boil; (fig.), to blaze, be bright, 4.567; flash, 8.677; glow, 11.195; stir, be alive, teeming, 4.407; move, speed on, 1.436; rage, 9.693.

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a Carthaginian poet, 1.740.

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to wrest out of, w. dat., 12.357.

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a Lycaonian follower of Aeneas, 10.749.

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to break out or open; crush, dash out, 5.480. (ex and frangō)

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a Trojan slain by Camilla, 11.675.

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foulness, roughness, filth, squalor, 6.299. (squāleō)

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a Rutulian, 12.539.

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

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

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Salmoneus, king, of Elis, son of Aeolus and brother of Sisyphus; for attempting to imitate the thunder of Jupiter, cast into Tartarus by a thunderbolt, 6.585.

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to roll round; (pass.), to complete, 3.284.

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(adj.), Volscian, 7.803.

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to strike back; reflect, 8.23.

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adj. (bis and via), leading two ways, 11.516; subst., bivium, iī, n., the meeting of two roads; a crossway, 9.238.

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and, more frequently, adsentior, sēnsus sum, 4, dep. n., to give consent; to assent, agree, 2.130.

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king of the Marsi, 7.752.

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a giant, son of Jupiter and Elara, who was slain by Apollo for offering violence to Latona, 6.595.

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one presiding; an arbiter; arbitress, 11.483. (praesideō)

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courageous, full of spirit, bold, 12.277. (animus)

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a square tablet; a ticket inscribed with the watchword; the watchword or password, 7.637.

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to lay waste; ravage; ransack, 4.403; devastate, plunder, 1.527; rob, deprive, 6.496; of things, 12.525. (populus)

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to strive after; grasp, seize, 3.670; seek. (adficiō)

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adj. (Palātium), belonging to, dwelling on the Palatine hill, 9.9.

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to stretch before; draw, spread, 10.82; spread over.

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the river Mincius, flowing by Mantua northerly into the Po.

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an Etruscan warrior, 11.670.

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washed; neat, elegant; stately, magnificent, 8.361. (lavō)

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falsehood, 4.188. (fingo)

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a city al the foot of Ismarus, a mountain in Thrace, 10.351.

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(adj.), untried, unsolicited, 10.39.

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a Trojan slain by Turnus, 9.702.

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to distinguish by number, enumerate, reckon, count, 6.691.

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

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Thracian Samos, a small island about thirty-eight miles south of the Thracian coast, supposed by some to have been colonized from Samos, 7.208.

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descendants or people of Romulus; Romans, 8.638. (Rōmulus)

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(adj.), hundredfold; of the hundred- (or many-) handed Briareus, 6.287.

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(adj.), curving back or round; bending, crooked, rounding, 7.513.

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strong, vigorous, powerful, 5.431. (valeō)

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to have the honor of a triumph; with acc. of the country over which the triumph is held, to triumph over, conquer, 6.836. (triumphus)

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adj. (Teutonī), of the Teutons, Teutonic, Germanic, 7.741.

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a Rutulian slain by Aeneas, 10.550.

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lay or cast oneself upon

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to measure completely; traverse, 3.157.

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(adv.), for a short time, a little while, 5.846. (paulum and –per)

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fit, suitable, 11.522. (ad and commodus)

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(adv.), much, by much, by far, far, 2.199, et al.

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the Minotaur; the offspring of Pasiphae, born with the head of a bull and body of a man, and confined by Minos in the Cretan Labyrinth, 6.26.

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to heal with drugs; heal, 7.756; mix with drugs or poisons; medicate, drug, 6.420. (medicus)

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a centaur who assailed Atalanta.

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a river of Ionia, famous for its windings; met., a winding; a waving or winding border, 5.251.

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a Sabine town, 7.714.

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to take from the midst; kill, 10.428. (inter and emō)

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

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