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Headword Sort descending Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid
erīlis, e

adj. (erus), pertaining to an owner, master, or mistress; master’s, 7.490.

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erus, ī, m.

an owner, householder, master, lord, 3.324.

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habēna, ae, f.

a rein, 1.63, et al.; strap, thong, 9.587; whip, 7.380; immissīs or laxīs habēnīs, with all the reins let out, without restraint, unchecked, 5.662; pressīs or adductīs habēnīs, with tightened reins, 12.622. (habeō)

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habeō, uī, itus, 2, a.

to have, in the most general sense, freq.; hold, possess, 5.262; wield, use, 12.88; maintain, keep up, perpetuate; seize, inspire, possess, animate, 4.581; deem, esteem, reckon, regard, 2.102; designate, call, 12.134; hōc habet, he has got it, he is wounded, 12.296.

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habilis, e

adj. (habeō), handy, wieldy, convenient, easily handled, light, 11.555; well formed, 1.318; well fitted for, adapted to, fit for; well fitted, 9.365

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habitō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n.

to have continually, have in possession; occupy, inhabit, 3.106; dwell, 3.110. (habeō)

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habitus, ūs, m.

the having itself or one’s self; condition, habit; dress, attire, 1.315. (habeō)

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hāc

(adv.), by this way or route, 8.203; this way, here, 1.467; on one side, 12.565.

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hāctenus

(adv.), thus far, so far, of space and time; thus far (separated by tmesis), 5.603; 6.62.

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Hādriacus, a, um

adj. (Hādria), pertaining to the Adriatic Sea; Adriatic, 11.405.

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haedus, ī, m.

a kid; Haedī, ōrum, m., the constellation of the Kids in the hand of Auriga, whose rising portends storms.

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Haemōn, onis, m.

a Rutulian, 9.685.

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Haemonidēs, ae, m.

a Latin slain by Aeneas, 10.537.

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haereō, haesī, haesus, 2, n.

to stick; foll. by dat., or by abl. w. or without a prep.; hang, cling, adhere, cling to, 1.476, et al.; stop, stand fixed, 6.559; halt, 11.699; adhere to as companion, 10.780; stick to in the chase, 12.754; persist, 2.654; dwell, 4.4; pause, hesitate, 3.597; be fixed or decreed, 4.614.

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Halaesus, ī, m.

1. An ally of Turnus, formerly companion of Agamemnon, 7.724. 2. Another ally of Turnus, 10.411.

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hālitus, ūs, m.

a breathing; breath, 4.684; exhalation, vapor, 6.240. (hālō)

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Halius, iī, m.

a Trojan, 9.767.

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hālō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to breathe; exhale or emit odor; be fragrant or redolent, 1.417.

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Halys, yos, m.

a Trojan, 9.765.

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hāmus, ī, m.

a hook, ring, 3.467.

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Harpalycē, ēs, f.

a Thracian huntress, daughter of King Harpalycus, 1.317.

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Harpalycus, ī, m.

a Trojan warrior, 11.675.

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Harpȳia (trisyll.), ae, f.

a Harpy, a fabled monster, half woman and half bird, 3.112, et al.

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haruspex, icis, m.

an inspector of entrails; diviner, soothsayer, prophet, 8.498.

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hasta, ae, f.

a spear, 2.50, and freq.; hasta pūra, a headless spear, 6.760; pampinea hasta, a thyrsus, 7.396.

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hastīle, is, n.

the shaft of a spear; a spear, lance, javelin, 1.313, et al.; a spear-like sapling or branch; a shoot, 3.23. (hasta)

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haud

(adv.), not at all; not, 1.387, et al.

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haudquaquam

not at all

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hauriō, hausī, haustus, 4, a.

to draw any fluid, 9.23; drink; drain, 1.738; draw blood with a weapon; devour, slay, 2.600; pierce, 10.314; take in with the eyes or ears; receive, 12.26; perceive, see, 4.661; hear, 4.359; strain, thrill, 5.137; suffer, 4.383; conceive, 10.648.

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hebeō, 2, n.

to be blunt; (fig.), to be sluggish, run slowly, 5.396.

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hebetō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make blunt; to make dull; to impair, dim, obscure, 2.605. (hebes, blunt)

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Hēbrus, ī, m.

a river of Thrace, 1.317, et al.; a Trojan slain by Mezentius, 10.696.

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Hecatē, ēs, f.

the sister of Latona; usually identified with Diana and Luna, and so represented with three heads, 4.511.

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Hector, oris, m.

son of Priam, and chief defender of Troy, 1.99, et al.

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Hectoreus, a, um

adj. (Hector), of Hector, 2.543; Hectorean, Trojan, 1.273.

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Hecuba, ae, f.

daughter of Dymas and wife of Priam, 2.501, et al.

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Helena, ae, f.

Helen, daughter of Jupiter and Leda, sister of Clytemnestra and of Castor, and wife of Menelaus; on account of her flight with Paris to Troy, the immediate cause of the ten years' siege and destruction of that city; whence she was carried back by Menelaus to Sparta, 1.650, et al.

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Helēnor, oris, m.

a Lycian, follower of Aeneas, 9.545.

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Helenus, ī, m.

a prophet, son of Priam; carried away captive by Pyrrhus to Epirus, where he became the husband of Andromache and ruler of a small kingdom, 3.329, et al.

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Helicōn, ōnis, m.

a mountain in Boeotia, and favorite resort of Apollo and the Muses, 7.641, et al.

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Helymus, ī, m.

a Sicilian Trojan, and friend of King Acestes, 5.73, et al.

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herba, ae, f.

any grassy or herbaceous growth; grass, turf, 1.214, et al; fodder; herb, plant, 3.650; grassy land, pasture, meadow, 3.221; a plant.

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Herbēsus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 9.344.

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Herculēs, is, m.

the god of strength and labor, son of Jupiter and Alcmena, 5.410, et al.

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Herculeus, a, um

adj. (Herculēs), of Hercules; Herculean, 3.551, et al.

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hērēs, ēdis, m.

an heir, 4.274.

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Herminius, iī, m.

a Tuscan, 11.642.

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Hermionē, ēs, f.

daughter of Menelaus and Helen, and wife of Orestes, 3.328.

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Hermus, ī, m.

a river in Aeolis, depositing gold, 7.721.

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Hernicus, a, um

adj. (Hernicī), of the Hernici, an Italian tribe of Latium; Hernican, 7.684.

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hērōs, ōis, m.

a demigod; a hero, 6.192, et al.; an illustrious man, champion, hero, 5.453.

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Hēsionē, ēs, f.

daughter of Laomedon, saved from a sea monster by Hercules, and afterwards wife of Telamon, 8.157.

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Hesperia, ae, f.

the western land; Italy, 1.569, et al.

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Hesperis, idis, pl., Hesperides, um, f.

the daughters of Hesperus, the Hesperides; called also daughters of Erebus and Nox, to whom was given the care of the fabled gardens of the Hesperides, in an island of the Atlantic west of Mount Atlas, 4.484; adj., Hesperian, Italian, 8.77.

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Hesperius, a, um

(adj.), of Hesperus; western (as related to Asia and Greece); Hesperian, Italian, 3.418.

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hesternus, a, um

(adj.), of yesterday, yesterday's, 8.543.

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heu

(interj.), alas! ah! oh! 2.289, et al.

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heus

(interj.), ho! hilloa! lo there! 1.321, et al.

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hiātus, ūs, m.

a gaping; throat, 6.576; opening, 11.680; cleft, chasm, vortex, abyss, 6.237. (hiō)

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hīberna, ōrum, n.

winters, 1.266.

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hībernus, a, um

adj. (rel. to hiems), of winter; wintry (others, in winter), 4.143; tempestuous, stormy, 4.309; subst., hīberna, ōrum, n., winters, 1.266.

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Hibērus, a, um

(adj.), Iberian, Spanish, 9.582; western, 11.913.

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hīc

(adv.), here, there, 1.247, et al; of time, hereupon, thereupon, 1.728; now, then, here, 5.340; in this work, 10.73. (hīc)

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hīc, haec, hōc

(pron., referring to the first person), this; he, she, it; (pl.), these, they; freq., (for meus), 9.205; (for is), 1.742; (repeated), hīc — hīc, one — another, the one — the other, this — that; (pl.), these — those, some — others; hīc — ille, the latter — the former; this — that, the one — the other; freq.

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Hicetāonius, a, um

adj. (Hicetāon), of Hicetaon; the son of Hicetaon, 10.123.

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hiems, hiemis, f.

winter, 3.285; storm, tempest, 1.122; personif., 3.120.

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hiems, hiemis, f.

winter, 3.285; storm, tempest, 1.122; personif., 3.120.

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Himella, ae, m.

a river of the Sabine country, 7.714.

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hinc

(adv.), from this place, from here, hence, 3.111; from that place, hence, thence, 3.707; from that or this time (others, from this thing), 2.97; henceforth, 2.148; for ab hōc or ab hīs, 9.763; then, thereupon, 1.194; hinc — hinc, on this side — on that, here — there, 4.40; hinc atque hinc, on both sides, on either side, 1.162. (hīc)

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hiō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to yawn, gape; to distend or open the mouth, 6.493; p., hiāns, antis, with open mouth, 12.754.

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Hippocoōn, ontis, m.

companion of Aeneas, 5.492.

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Hippolytē, ēs, f.

an Amazon, captured by Theseus, 11.661.

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Hippolytus, ī, m.

son of Theseus and Hippolyte, 7.761.

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Hippotadēs, ae, m.

the son of Hippotas, Amastrus, 11.674.

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hirsūtus, a, um

(adj.), rough, shaggy, hairy.

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hirundō, inis, f.

a swallow.

1
Hisbō, ōnis, m.

a Rutulian, 10.384.

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hīscō, 3, inc. n. and a.

to gape, open the mouth; speak in broken utterances, falter, 3.314. (hiō)

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hispidus, a, um

(adj.), shaggy, hairy, 10.210.

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hodiē

(adv.), today, 2.670, et freq. (hōc and diē)

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homō, inis, c.

man, a human being; freq., mortal, 1.328.

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Homolē, ēs, f.

a mountain near Tempe, in Thessaly, 7.675.

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honestus, a, um

adj. (honōs), honorable, honored; good; fair, 12.155.

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honōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to honor; keep, observe with honor, 5.50. (honōs)

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honōs, ōris, m.

honor, praise, renown, glory, 1.609, et al.; recompense, reward, 1.253; an honor, prize, 5.342; (meton.), sacrifice, offering, 1.49; luster, beauty, 1.591; celebration, game, ceremonial, festival, 5.601; libation, 3.178; a robe or mantle, 7.815.

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hōra, ae, f.

with the Romans, the twelfth part of the period from sunrise to sunset, an hour; in an indefinite sense, 4.679; personif., Hōrae, ārum, f., the Hours, 3.512.

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hōra, ae, f.

with the Romans, the twelfth part of the period from sunrise to sunset, an hour; in an indefinite sense, 4.679; personif., Hōrae, ārum, f., the Hours, 3.512.

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horrendum

(adv.), frightfully, fearfully, 6.288. (horreō)

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horrendus, a, um

to be shuddered at; dreadful, fearful, 2.222; awe-inspiring, venerable, 6.10; strange, wonderful, 8.565; fierce, warlike, 11.507. (horreō)

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horrēns, entis

bristling, bristly, 1.634; rough, roughening, 1.165; fierce, 10.237. (horreō)

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horreō, 2, n. and a.

to bristle up or be bristling, 6.419; to bristle, 11.602; (fig.), to shudder, tremble, 2.12; shudder at, fear, dread, 4.209.

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horrēscō, horruī, 3, inc. n. and a.

to become rough; bristle, rise bristling, 7.526; (fig.), to tremble, shudder, 2.204; dread, 3.394. (horreō)

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horribilis, e

adj. (horreō), to be shuddered at; frightful, dreadful, horrible, fearful, 11.271.

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horridus, a, um

adj. (horreō), rough, bristling, 3.23, et al.; bristling with arms; shaggy, grizzly, stiffened, 4.251; blustering, tempestuous, 9.670; terrible, fearful, 1.296.

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horrifer, fera, ferum

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

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horrificō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make rough; make to shudder; terrify, 4.465. (horrificus)

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horrificus, a, um

adj. (horreō and faciō), occasioning horror; terrible, fearful, 3.225.

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horrisonus, a, um

adj. (horreō and sonus), having or making a fearful sound; harsh-sounding, thundering, 6.573.

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horror, ōris, m.

a roughening or bristling; (fig.), a shuddering; terror, dread, horror, dismay, 2.559; clashing din, 2.301. (horreō)

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hortātor, ōris, m.

one giving encouragement or inciting; an instigator, 6.529. (hortor)

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