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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort descending

(adj.), Libyan, 5.37.

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a Tyrrhenian, 10.697.

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to lacerate, mangle, mutilate, 6.494.

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the wine-god, Bacchus, 4.58.

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a Ligurian; inhabitant of Liguria, the modern Piedmont; pl., Ligurēs, um, the Ligurians, 10.185.

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adj. (Lēda), pertaining to Leda; Ledaean; daughter of Leda, 7.364; descendant of Leda, 3.328.

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a purifying atonement; the national lustrum or atoning sacrifice, the suovetaurilia, made at Rome every fifth year, at the taking of the census; the period of a lustrum, five years; an indefinite period; age, 1.283. (luō, to atone)

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and Lāvīnus, a, um, adj. (Lāvīnium), of or belonging to Lavinium, 4.236.

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to sacrifice auspiciously; atone, expiate, make atonement, 2.118; to offer in sacrifice, 4.50.

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the light bearer; Lucifer; Venus as morning star, 2.801, et al. (lūx and ferō)

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the moon, 1.742, et al.; moonlight, 2.340, et al. (rel. to lūceō)

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a Rutulian, son of Daucus, 10.391.

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adj. (Lātōna), of Latona, Latonian, 9.405, et al.; subst., Lātōnia, ae, f., Diana, 11.534.

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adj. (lacrimō), that calls for tears; piteous, 3.39; causing tears; woeful, disastrous, 7.604.

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a pestilence, plague, contagion, blight, 3.139; disorder, infection, 7.354.

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to cause to totter or waver; p., labefactus, a, um, shaken, 4.395; yielding, melting, 8.390.

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to tear, mutilate; wound, 3.41; rend, 12.98. (lacer)

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a kettle or caldron, 3.466.

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adj. (Lāomedon), pertaining to Laomedon, father of Priam; Laomedontean, Trojan, 4.542.

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to shape like a half moon; p., lūnātus, a, um, shaped like the half moon; crescent-shaped, crescent-, 1.490.

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the Locriam; inhabitants of Locris, in Greece; Locri Epizephyrii, in Bruttium, 3.399; the Opuntii, of Opus, in Locris, 11.265.

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adj. (lētum and ferō), death-bringing; deadly, 3.139.

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a ceiling with hollows or panels; a paneled or fretted ceiling, 1.726.

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a falling, sinking down; decline, beginning of evil or ruin, downward step, 2.97; corruption, stain, blemish, 6.746. (1. lābor)

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(conj., as a concessive), though, albeit, although, 6.802, et al. (liceō)

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adj. (līnum), flaxen, 5.510.

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Lacedaemonian or Spartan; subst., the Spartan woman; Helen, 2.601.

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Leucata, a promontory of the island of Leucadia, off the coast of Acarnania, 3.274.

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of Larissa, a Thessalian town, on the southern bank of the Peneus; Larissaean, 2.197. (Larissa)

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to toil, make effort; work out; prepare, knead, 8.181; fashion; embroider, 1.639. (2. labor)

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to render liquid; melt, liquefy, 3.576. (liqueō and faciō)

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an augur's staff or wand, 7.187; a cornet, trumpet, clarion, 6.167.

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a stone, rock, 12.906, et al.; marble.

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adj. (lac), milky, full of milk; milk-white, 8.660.

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adj. (loquor), talkative; prattling, chirping, 12.475; noisy, 11.458.

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a she-wolf, 1.275. (cf. lupus)

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(adj.), faint, tired, wearied, 2.739.

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to bark, snarl, bay, 6.401, et al.; of waves, 7.588.

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a vat or tub; a bowl, vase, vessel, 8.22.

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death, destruction, 2.134, et al. (cf. dēleō)

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the mother of Apollo and Diana, 1.502.

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bog, morass; den or haunt of wild beasts; a wood, forest.

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(adv.), on the left, 5.163.

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adj. (lūceō), bright, shining, gleaming, glittering, 5.306; clear, 3.585.

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(adj.), torn, mangled, bruised, mutilated, 5.275.

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a son or descendant of Laomedon, 8.162; pl., the Trojans, 3.248, et al. (Lāomedon)

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a lily, 6.709.

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to be faint, to languish, grow feeble; p., languēns, entis, of the sea, 10.289; of flowers, drooping, 11.69.

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(adj.) of Lydia; Lydian, 8.479; also Etruscan or Tuscan (as the Etrusci were supposed to have sprung from the Lydians), 2.781, et al.

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to wash, bathe, 3.663; wet, sprinkle, 6.227; p., lautus, a, um, washed; neat, elegant; stately, magnificent, 8.361.

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adj. (lītus), pertaining to the seashore; on the shore; very rarely, on the river bank, 3.390; of the shore, seashore, 12.248.

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(adv.), on the left, 2.693.

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a broad dish or plate; a charger, platter, 8.284; pl., lancēs, the basins of weighing scales; scales, 12.725.

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to mourn, 11.287; bewail, deplore, 2.85; p., lūgēns, entis, wailing, mourning; of mourning, 6.441.

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liberty, freedom, 6.821. (2. līber)

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adj. (latebra), full of lurking places or recesses; full of holes; porous, 5.214; secret, 8.713.

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to praise, 2.586; commend, 11.460. (laus)

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(adj.), long, 1.186, and freq.; extended, far-extending, 3.383; distant, 2.780; far-receding, deep, 1.159; in time, long, protracted, 2.109; long-continued, 4.463; many, 10.549; lingering, 8.488; abiding, lasting, 3.487; superl., very long, 1.641; ex longō, long, 9.64; (adv.), longum, for a long time, long, 10.740; a long distance.

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a barking; baying, 5.257, et al. (lātrō)

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a fireside, hearth, or household god, 5.744; hesternum Larem, the household god of yesterday, 8.543; (meton.), household, property, home, dwelling.

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Lerna, a marshy forest near Argos, where the Lernaean hydra was slain by Hercules, 6.287, et al.

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(adj.), willing; well-pleased, ready, gladly, freely, 3.438, et al.

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(adj.), mild, 3.70; gentle, quiet, 2.782.

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excess, extravagance; luxury, sumptuousness, magnificence, 1.637; wanton pleasure, sensuality, 4.193.

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to be fluid; p., liquēns, entis, liquid, fluid, 5.238.

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one of the Lapithae; pl., Lapithae, ārum (um, 7.305); the Lapithae, a race of Thessalians, who fought with the Centaurs at the marriage of Pirithous, king of the Lapithae, 6.601, et al.

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a companion of Aeneas, 1.222.

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a city of Latium, built by Aeneas and named after his Latin wife, Lavinia, 1.270, et al. (Lāvīnia)

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adj. (Laurentum), of Laurentum, the ancient capital of Latium; Laurentine, Laurentian, 10.709.

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adj. (lētum), deadly, fatal, mortal, 4.73; ominous of death, 12.877.

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adj. (rel. to libet), acting at pleasure; free, unrestrained, 12.74; freeborn, w. abl., set free, loosed from, loose, 11.493; w. gen., 10.154; (adv.), līberē, freely.

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(adj.), loose; disjointed, unfastened, gaping, open, 1.122; slack, loosened, free, 1.63; unbent, 11.874.

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a legate, envoy, ambassador, 8.143, et al. (lēgō, lēgāre, to delegate)

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an Etruscan slain by Aeneas, 10.575.

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(adj.), of Lethe, the river of forgetfulness in Hades; oblivious, Lethean, 5.854, et al.

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an Etruscan slain by Aeneas, 10.576, et al.

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milk, 3.66, et al.; juice, 4.514.

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wood; structure, frame, 2.45; tree, 12.767.

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to render mild; allay; soothe, 4.528; quiet, calm, 6.468; of inanimate things, 8.87. (lēnis)

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a Trojan prince and priest of Apollo, 2.41; serving also as priest of Neptune, 2.201.

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to be in a liquid state; run, ooze, trickle, flow, 3.28; p., līquēns, entis, liquid, fluid, 1.432.

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adj. (lāna, wool, and gerō), bearing wool; fleecy, 3.660.

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(adj.), smooth, slippery, 2.474; (fig.), subtle, cunning, slippery, 11.716; subst., lūbrica, ōrum, n., a slippery place, 5.335.

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to lick, 2.211; of flame, touch, lick, 3.574.

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a country on the S.W. coast of Asia Minor, 4.143.

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a cross path bounding two fields; border, boundary, train, 2.697; track, passage, 10.514. (rel. to līmen)

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a slipping; gliding, 2.225; gliding movement, 2.225; turning, movement, 2.236; descent, flight, 3.225; course, 4.524. (1. lābor)

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to wash, bathe, 3.663; wet, sprinkle, 6.227; p., lautus, a, um, washed; neat, elegant; stately, magnificent, 8.361.

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to strike violently; smite, 2.231; bruise, strike, hit, 7.809; hurt, injure, offend, thwart, 1.8; violate, 12.496.

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a light, torch, 6.587; firebrand, 9.535.

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to balance, poise; of weapons, to aim, 5.479; to dart, 9.417. (lībra, a balance)

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clear spring water; water, 4.635, et al.; pl., for sing., 1.701, et al.

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to set free by atonement; pay for, atone for, expiate, 1.136, et al.; suffer, 11.849. (rel. to λύω, loosen)

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the people of Laurentum, the ancient capital of Latium, the Laurentians, 7.63, et al.

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to loosen, slacken; unfasten, undo, open, 2.259; uncoil, let out, 3.267; open, clear, 6.412; of the body, relax, 5.836; of the mind, relieve, 9.225. (laxus)

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adj. (Lycia), Lycian, 6.334, et al.; pl., Lyciī, ōrum, m., the Lycians, 1.113.

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a levy of troops; the original Roman army; then, a grand division of the army; a legion; host, 7.681; army, 8.605.(legō, to choose)

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to shine, beam, gleam, glisten, 10.137, et al.; to be exposed to view, show, 11.693.

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to give way, begin to yield; totter, 2.492; of the mind, waver, 4.22; falter, flag, despond, 12.223.

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a liquid; liquor; wine, 1.686; water, 4.512.

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