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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

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

4

the laurel or bay tree, 2.513; a laurel crown or wreath, 3.81.

9

praise, 1.609, et al.; fame, glory, 2.584; praiseworthy conduct, prowess, heroism, virtue, merit, 1.461, et al.

25

an Etruscan chief, son of Mezentius, 7.649, et al.

15

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

1

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)

7

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

4

a kettle or caldron, 3.466.

2

a gathering, as of boughs, leaves, straw, etc.; a couch, 4.496. (legō, to gather)

1

gathered, collected, 6.228; picked, culled; chosen, choice, 9.272, et al. (legō)

14

wife of Tyndarus, and mother of Castor and Pollux, and of Helen and Clytemnestra, 1.652.

1

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

2

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

4

adj. (lēx and ferō), law-bringing, law-giving, 4.58.

1

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)

7

to gather, collect, 5.209; cull, pick, gather; gather in, furl, 3.532; wind up, 10.815; select, elect, choose, 1.426; take to one's self, claim, 10.79; take in point after point in travel or with the eye, coast along, pass by, 3.292; trace, pursue, 9.393; traverse, 2.208; 12.481; read; survey, review, 6.755.

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Pelasgian tribes of Asia Minor and Greece, 8.725.

1

(adj.), pertaining to Lemnos, an island in the Aegean Sea; the home of Vulcan; Lemnian, 8.454.

1

(adj.), pertaining to the wine press; Bacchic, Lenaean, 4.207.

1

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

4

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

3

to make flexible; of oars, bend, ply, 3.384. (lentus)

1

(adj.), adhesive, clammy, sticky, viscid; tough, 12.773; pliant, limber, 6.137; ductile, malleable, 7.634; slender, 3.31; 12.489; sluggish, creeping, 5.682; quiet, 7.28; inactive, 12.237.

13

a lion, 2.722, et al.

17

a hare, 9.563, et al.

1

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

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adj. (Lerna), of Lerna, Lernaean, 8.300.

1

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

4

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

4

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

2

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

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

2

an alleviation; relief, mitigation; solace, 3.709. (2. levō)

1

to make smooth, polish, 5.306. (1. lēvis)

1

Leucaspis, a companion of Aeneas, 6.334.

1

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

2

(adj.), of little weight, light, 2.682, et al.; thin, slender, 10.817; delicate, tender, 12.207; light-armed, 11.868; fleeting, fleet, swift, flying, 1.147; flitting, airy, 10.663; sudden, 12.489; insignificant, small, 7.232; mean, 12.764.

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(adj.), smooth; slippery, 5.328; polished, 5.91.

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to render light; lighten; lift, aid, 1.145; raise, 4.690; (fig.), ease, relieve of (w. abl.); support, rest, 10.834; reënforce, help, 2.452; mitigate, 3.36; allay, 7.495; cure, 7.755; relieve, 7.571. (2. levis)

13

a bill proposed to the people for enactment; statute, law, decree, 1.507, et al.; pl., lēgēs, um, government, 4.231; conditions, terms, 4.618.

15

a libation; sacrifice, offering, 6.246. (lībō)

1

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

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Liber, the god of wine and hilarity, identified by the Romans with the Greek Bacchus, 6.805, et al.

1

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.

4

the rind; inner bark of a tree.

1

liberty, freedom, 6.821. (2. līber)

3

(impers.), it pleases, is agreeable to, is one's pleasure, will, mind.

1

to taste, sip; to touch lightly; kiss, 1.256; pour out as a drink offering, 1.736; make a libation, 3.354; (w. acc. of the object on which the libation is poured), to pour libations on, 12.174.

13

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

6

a cake of meal, oil, and honey, used in sacrifice. (lībō)

1

the Liburni or Liburnians, a warlike people, inhabiting Liburnia, near the head of the Adriatic Sea on the Illyrian coast, 1.244.

1

Libya; northern Africa; by poetic license, Africa, 1.22, et al.

12

(adj.), Libyan, 1.339, et al.; subst., Libycum, ī, n., the Libyan or African sea, 5.595.

13

(adj.), Libyan, 5.37.

2

(adv.), without restraint, freely, 7.557. (licēns), (comp. licentius)

1

it is allowed; permitted, proper, lawful, right; one may, 5.82, et al. (liceō)

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

2

a Latin slain by Aeneas, 10.315.

1

allowed, allowable; free, 8.468. (liceō)

1

Licymnia, a slave, 9.546.

1

an Etruscan slain by Aeneas, 10.576, et al.

4

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

4

to tie, fasten, bind, 2.217; with in, encumber, 10.794.

1

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

1

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

2

a lily, 6.709.

3

adj. (Lilybaeum), of Lilybaeum, the western promontory of Sicily; Lilybaean, 3.706.

1

a border, hem, fringe, 4.137.

1

a threshold, 2.242, et al.; (meton.), door, gate, portal, 2.480; a dwelling, abode, palace, 1.389; realm, 6.696; border, limit, 10.355; the line where the race begins or ends, the “calx," the starting point, 5.316; in līmine, near at hand, in sight, 7.598.

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

5

full of mud; miry, slimy, 2.135. (līmus)

1

mud, mire, slime, 6.416.

1

adj. (līnum), flaxen, 5.510.

2

the tongue, 2.211, et al.; speech, 11.338; voice, note, 3.361.

12

to leave, 1.517, and freq.; desert, abandon, flee from, 3.213; pass by, 3.705; depart from, leave, 3.124; of death, yield up, 3.140; give up or over, desist from, 3.160.

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linen cloth; sailcloth; a sail, 3.686. (līnum)

1

flax or hemp.

1

Lipara or Lipare, one of the Aeolian Islands, N.E. of Sicily, 8.417.

1

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

2

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

3

to become fluid or liquid; melt, 8.446. (liqueō)

1

adj. (liqueō), flowing, liquid, fluid, 5.217, et al.; clear, serene, 6.202.

1

adj. (liqueō), flowing, liquid, fluid, 5.217, et al.; clear, serene, 6.202.

9

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

4

an Etruscan warrior, 11.670.

1

a strife, contest, dispute, 12.898.

1

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

2

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

3

the seashore, beach, strand; shore, coast, 1.3, et al.; shore, 6.900.

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

2

to be bluish, pallid, livid, 7.687.

1

adj. (līveō), lead-colored, livid, dusky, 6.320.

1

to place, put, 1.213, et al.; lay, 1.428; found, 1.247. (locus)

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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.

2

a place, 1.159, and freq.; site, 1.425; country, locality, region, 1.51; station, 2.30; way, 2.633; place, point, 2.322; lot, 5.492; room, opportunity, place, 4.319; space, course, 11.180.

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adj. (longus and aevum), of advanced age; aged, 2.525, et al.

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(adv.), at a long distance, far; far off, remote, 1.252; from afar, 3.556; far out, or forward, 11.606; in a long train, 11.94; longē esse, to be far away; (fig.), to be unavailing, 12.52; comp., longius, farther; too far, 5.461.

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adj. (longus), far distant, in space or time; distant, remote, long, 3.415.

1

(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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(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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