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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid
iaceō, uī, itus, 2, n.

to be prostrate, lie, 1.99; extend, spread out; p., iacēns, entis, spread out, extended, 1.224; lying low, 3.689.

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iaciō, iēcī, iactus, 3, a.

to throw, cast, hurl, 5.643; scatter, strew, 5.79; lay foundations, build, 5.631.

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iactāns, antis

arrogant, assuming, ambitious, 6.815. (iaciō)

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iactō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a.

to throw often or much; toss to and fro; toss, freq.; hurl, cast, 2.459; thrust out, 5.376; aim, 5.433; (fig.), throw out words, utter, say, 1.102; of the mind, revolve, meditate, 1.227; sē iactāre, boast, exalt one's self, rejoice, glory, 1.140; prae sē iactāre, to make pretense of, 9.134; p., iactāns, antis, arrogant, assuming, ambitious, 6.815. (iaciō)

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iactūra, ae, f.

a throwing away; loss, 2.646. (iaciō)

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iactus, ūs, m.

a cast; leap; shot; reach, 11.608. (iaciō)

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iaculor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n. and a.

to hurl the javelin; to dart; throw, cast, hurl, 1.42. (iaculum)

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iaculum, ī, n.

a thing hurled; a spear, dart, or javelin, 3.46, et al. (iaciō)

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Iaera, ae, f.

a wood-nymph, wife of Alcanor and mother of Bitias and Pandarus, 9.673.

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iam

(adv.), at that time, at this time; even then, even now; already, 1.437, et al.; with tum, even, 1.18; w. imperat., at length, at once, 3.41, et al.; soon, presently, immediately, 4.566; then, at length, 1.272; marking a transition, now, 2.567, et al.; iam iam, emphatic, now indeed, 4.371; now, now, 2.530; iam dūdum, iam prīdem, already for some time, long, 1.580, et al.; iam inde, iam ab illō tempore, even from then or that time, 1.623; iam tum, even then; iam — iam, at one time, at another time, now — now; nōn iam, no longer, 4.431; iamdūdum, at once.

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iam

(adv.), at that time, at this time; even then, even now; already, 1.437, et al.; with tum, even, 1.18; w. imperat., at length, at once, 3.41, et al.; soon, presently, immediately, 4.566; then, at length, 1.272; marking a transition, now, 2.567, et al.; iam iam, emphatic, now indeed, 4.371; now, now, 2.530; iam dūdum, iam prīdem, already for some time, long, 1.580, et al.; iam inde, iam ab illō tempore, even from then or that time, 1.623; iam tum, even then; iam — iam, at one time, at another time, now — now; nōn iam, no longer, 4.431; iamdūdum, at once.

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iam

(adv.), at that time, at this time; even then, even now; already, 1.437, et al.; with tum, even, 1.18; w. imperat., at length, at once, 3.41, et al.; soon, presently, immediately, 4.566; then, at length, 1.272; marking a transition, now, 2.567, et al.; iam iam, emphatic, now indeed, 4.371; now, now, 2.530; iam dūdum, iam prīdem, already for some time, long, 1.580, et al.; iam inde, iam ab illō tempore, even from then or that time, 1.623; iam tum, even then; iam — iam, at one time, at another time, now — now; nōn iam, no longer, 4.431; iamdūdum, at once.

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iamprīdem

(adv.), some time before or since; long ago, long since, 2.647, freq.

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Iāniculum, i, n.

the Ianiculum; a mount or high hill on the right bank of the Tiber opposite the Palatine, 8.358. (Iānus)

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iānitor, ōris, m.

a gate- or door-keeper; porter, 6.400. (iānua)

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iānua, ae, f.

the outer door or gate, 2.493; entrance, way, 2.661. (Iānus)

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Iānus, ī, m.

an ancient divinity of Latium, probably symbolizing the sun, represented with two faces, 7.180, et al.

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Iāpyx, ygis, m.

a son of Iasius and physician of Aeneas, 12.391.

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Iāpyx, ygis

(adj.), Iapygian, Apulian, 11.678; subst. (sc. ventus), the wind blowing from Iapygia; the N.W. wind, 8.710.

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Iarbās, ae, m.

a king of the Mauretani in Numidia, and suitor for the hand of Dido, 4.36.

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Īasidēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Iasius. 1. Palinurus, 5.843. 2. Iapis, 12.392. (Iasius)

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Īasius, iī, m.

son of Jupiter and Electra, brother of Dardanus, and beloved by Ceres, 3.168.

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iaspis, idis, f.

a precious stone of greenish hue; jasper, 4.261.

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Hibērus, a, um

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

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ibī

(adv.), in or at that place; there; of time, thereupon, then, 2.792, et al. (rel. to is)

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ibīdem

(adv.), in the same place, 1.116.

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Īcarus, ī, m.

the son of Daedalus, 6.31.

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icō and iciō (obsolete in the present except in the forms icit, iciunt), īcī, ictus, 3, a.

to smite, hit, strike, 6.180; of treaties or leagues, make, ratify, 12.314.

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ictus, ūs, m.

a smiting; a stroke, blow, 5.198, and freq.; shooting, 7.165; wound, 7.756; force, 2.544. (icō)

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Īda, ae, f.

1. Mount Ida in Crete, where Jupiter was reared, 12.412. 2. A mountain in the Troad, where Ganymede was caught up by the eagle of Jupiter, 2.801. 3. A Nymph, 9.177.

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Īdaeus, a, um

(adj.), of Mount Ida (either in Crete or in the Troad), Idaean, 3.105; 2.696, et al.; pertaining to Cybele, goddess of the Trojan Ida, 9.112.

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Īdaeus, ī, m.

Idaeus, the charioteer of Priam, 6.485.

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Īdalia, ae, f., and Īdalium, iī, n.

Idalia, a town and headland of Cyprus; one of the favorite resorts of Venus, 1.681.

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Īdalia, ae, f., and Īdalium, iī, n.

Idalia, a town and headland of Cyprus; one of the favorite resorts of Venus, 1.681.

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Īdalius, a, um

adj. (Īdalia), of Idalia, Idalian, 5.760.

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Īdās, ae, m.

1. A Trojan warrior, 9.575. 2. A Thracian of Ismara, 10.351.

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idcircō

(adv.), on that account, therefore, 5.680. (id and circā)

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īdem, eadem, idem, pron.

the same, 1.240; at the same time, at once, 3.80, et al. (is and -dem)

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ideō

(adv.), on that account, therefore, for this end, for such a purpose, 4.228.

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Idmōn, onis, m.

a follower of Turnus, 12.75.

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Īdomeneus (quadrisyll.), eī, m.

Idomeneus, king of Crete, and conspicuous among the Greek chiefs at Troy, 3.122, et al.

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iecur, oris or iecinoris, n.

the liver, 6.598.

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igitur

(conj.), therefore, then, accordingly, 4.537.

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ignārus, a, um

(adj.), not knowing; freq.; unaware, ignorant, 11.154; often w. genit., ignorant of, 1.630; unsuspicious of, 2.106; unconscious, 9.345; not knowing the land; (pass.), unknown, a stranger, 10.706.

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ignāvia, ae, f.

want of spirit, cowardice, 11.733. (ignāvus)

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ignāvus, a, um

(adj.), inactive, idle, slothful, spiritless, cowardly, 12.12; of inanimate things, unoccupied, inactive.

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īgnēscō, 3, inc. n.

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

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īgneus, a, um

adj. (īgnis), of fire or fiery substance; fiery, 6.730; of lightning swiftness, 11.718.

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īgnipotēns, entis

adj. (īgnis and potēns), having power over fire; subst., Īgnipotēns, the fire-god, Vulcan, 10.243.

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īgnis, is, m.

fire, 1.175, and freq.; torch, 7.320; conflagration, 2.312; light, 3.585; lightning, 1.90; fiery spirit; wrath, rage, fury, 2.575; 7.577; fire of love, passion, 4.2; the beloved; one's flame, love, firebrand or fiery missile, 7.692; pl., torches, 4.384.

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ignōbilis, e

(adj.), unknown; obscure, 7.776; low, base, 1.149; undistinguished, bringing no renown, ignoble.

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ignōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

not to know; to be ignorant of, 5.849. (rel. to ignārus)

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ignōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

not to know; to be ignorant of, 5.849. (rel. to ignārus)

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ignōtus, a, um

(adj.), unknown, 1.359; strange, 5.795; not well known, but little known, 11.527.

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īlex, icis, f.

the holm-oak, scarlet oak, ilex, 6.180.

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Īlia, ae, f.

Ilia, a name assigned by the poets to Rhaea Silvia, the daughter of Numitor, 1.274.

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īlia, ium, n. pl.

the groin, flank, 7.499; belly, 10.778.

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Īliacus, a, um

(adj.), belonging to Ilium; Ilian, Trojan, 1.97, et al.

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Īlias, adis, f.

a daughter of Ilium or Troy; pl., Īliades, um, Trojan women, 1.480.

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īlicet

(adv.), straightway, immediately, at once, instantly, 2.424. (īre and licet)

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Īlionē, ēs, f.

eldest daughter of Priam and Hecuba, 1.653.

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Īlioneus (quadrisyll.), eī, m. (acc. ēa instead of ea, 1.611)

commander of one of the ships of Aeneas, 1.120, et al.

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Īlium, iī, n.

Troy, 1.68, et al.

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Īlius, a, um

adj. (Īlium), of Ilium; Ilian, Trojan, 1.268.

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inlābor, lāpsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to glide or fall into, w. dat.; move into, 2.240; descend into, inspire, 3.89.

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inlacrimō, āvī, ātus, 1, n., and inlacrimor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n.

to weep.

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inlaetābilis, e

(adj.), joyless; sad, mournful, 3.707.

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ille, a, ud, genit. illīus

dem. pron. (archaic, olle, 5.197, et al.), that, 6.760, et al.; that, well known, distinguished, great, 1.617; some formidable, some bold, 10.707; 11.809; as subs., he, she, it, they, freq.; ille — hīc, the one — the other, 5.430; the former — the latter, 6.395; joined to an adj. or partic. for emphasis, 1.3, et al.; ex illō, from that time, 8.268.

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illīc

(adv.), in that place; there, 1.206. (ille and -ce; cf. hīc)

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inlīdo, līsī, līsus, 3, a.

to dash upon, thrust, drive upon, 1.112; dash into, 5.480. (1. in and laedō)

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inligō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bind on; attach to; impede, encumber (separated by tmesis), 10.794.

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illinc

(adv.), from that side, thence; on that side, 4.442.

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illūc

(adv.), to that place, thither; that way, there, 4.285. (pron. illīc)

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inlūdō, lūsī, lūsus, 3, n. and a.

to play upon; w. dat.; (fig.), insult, mock, 2.64; set at naught, 4.591; injure, hurt; (w. acc.), insult, 9.634.

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inlūstris, e

adj. (in and lūstrō), illuminated; (fig.), conspicuous, distinguished, illustrious, noble, 6.758.

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inluviēs, ēī. f.

that which is deposited by washing; dirt, filth, 3.593. (cf. ēluō)

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Īllyricus, a, um

adj. (Īllyria), pertaining to Illyria, the country north of Epirus; Illyrian, 1.243.

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Ilva, ae, f.

an island near the coast of Etruria, now Elba, 10.173.

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Īlus, ī, m.

1. Ilus, son of Tros and king of Troy, 6.650. 2. An earlier name of Ascanius or Iulus, 1.268. 3. Ilus, a Rutulian, 10.400.

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imāgō, inis, f.

an image, form, 2.560, et al.; figure, statue, 7.179; apparition, 1.408; ghost, phantom, 1.353; idea, thought, 12.560; manifestation, example, 6.405; echo.

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Imāōn, onis (acc. Imāona), m.

a Latin warrior, 10.424.

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imbellis, e

not fit for war; unwarlike, effeminate, feeble, 2.544; timid.

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imber, imbris, m.

a rain-storm; shower, 1.743, et al.; rain-cloud, 3.194; of sea-water, flood, 1.123; hail, 8.429.

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Imbrasidēs, ae, m.

the son of Imbrasus; Asius, a Lycian follower of Aeneas, 10.123.

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Imbrasus, ī, m.

a Lycian, 12.343.

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imbuō, uī, ūtus, 3, a.

to wet, moisten; stain, 7.554.

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imitābilis, e

adj. (imitor), that can be imitated; imitable, 6.590.

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imitor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to imitate, 6.586; substitute for, use for, literally, imitate with, 11.894.

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immāne

(adv.), wildly, fiercely, 12.535.

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immānis, e

(adj.), vast, huge, immense, 1.110; wild, savage, barbarous, 1.616; cruel, ruthless, 1.347; unnatural, monstrous, hideous, 6.624; (adv.), immāne, wildly, fiercely, 12.535.

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immātūrus, a, um

(adj.), untimely, 11.166.

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immedicābilis, e

(adj.), incurable, deadly, 12.858.

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immemor, oris

(adj.), not remembering, without memory, oblivious, 6.750; unconscious, 9.374; reckless, heedless, 2.244; often w. gen., unmindful, forgetful of, 5.39.

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immēnsus, a, um

unmeasured; boundless; vast, immense, 2.204; mighty, 3.672; insatiate, unbounded, 6.823.

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immergō, mersī, mersus, 3, a.

to plunge into, immerse in, w. acc. and abl., 3.605, et al.

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immeritus, a, um

(adj.), undeserving; guiltless, 3.2.

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immineō, 2, n.

to rest over; overhang, 1.165; to be at hand; approach, 9.515.

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immisceō, miscuī, mixtus or mistus, 2, a.

to mingle with; usually w. dat., 2.396; blend with, vanish in, 4.570.

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immītis, e

(adj.), not mellow; not mild; merciless, fierce, cruel, ruthless, 1.30.

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immittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to send upon or to; drive to, 6.312; bring upon, 4.488; let in, 2.495; let fly, go, loosen, 6.1; hurl, fling, cast, 11.562; (with sē), rush into, 6.262; p., immissus, a, um, of the reins of horses, let loose; hence, (fig.), swiftly running, 5.146; unchecked, unbridled, 5.662; of the hair or beard, descending, left growing, neglected, long, 3.593.

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