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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid

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

2

a talking; speech; a word, 5.842. (loquor)

1

to speak, 1.614, et al.; tell, 6.266; say, 1.731; sing, 6.662.

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a leather corselet; a corselet of any material; a hauberk, cuirass, coat of mail, 3.467; 10.485, et al. (lōrum)

13

a leather strap or thong, 2.273; pl., lōra, ōrum, reins, 1.156, et al.; harness, 9.318.

8

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

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

4

a follower of Turnus, 10.561.

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an Etruscan slain by Aeneas, 10.575.

4

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

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

7

a Latin slain by Ilioneus, 9.570.

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

3

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

2

a striving; toil, 8.89. (lūctor)

1

adj. (lūctus and faciō), causing grief; woe-bearing, 7.324.

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to struggle, strive, contend, 1.53; wrestle, 6.643; w. inf., 12.387.

8

a mourning; sorrow, grief, woe, lamentation, 2.298, and freq.; personif., 6.274. (lūgeō)

23

a mourning; sorrow, grief, woe, lamentation, 2.298, and freq.; personif., 6.274. (lūgeō)

1

a consecrated wood; sacred grove, 6.259, et al.; in general, a grove, wood, forest.

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a mocking; mockery, sport, 6.75. (lūdō)

1

adj. (lūdus), sportive; vain, trivial, 12.764.

1

to play, frolic, sport, 1.397, et al.; play with dice, 9.336; make sport of, mock, delude, deceive, 1.352; make one's sport, 11.427.

12

play, sport, pastime, 9.606; mirth; pl., lūdī, ōrum, games, public or national, 3.280. (lūdō)

11

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

2

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

3

(adv.), mournful, mournfully, dismally, ominously, 10.273. (lūgubris,(adj.), mournful)

1

light, 2.683, et al.; a light; a luminary, star; a taper, candle, 8.411; fire, 9.189; daylight, dawn, day, 6.356; beam, ray, 8.69; the eye, 1.226, et al.; life, 2.85; air, 3.600; glow, brightness, beauty, luster, 1.590; pl., emphatic for sing., 12.63, et al.; lūmina ducum, splendid leaders, 11.349. (lūceō)

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

12

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

2

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

2

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

6

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

2

the Lupercal, a cave on the Palatine at Rome, sacred to Lupercus or Pan, 8.343.

1

priests of Lupercus or Lycean Pan, 8.663.

1

a wolf, 3.428, et al.

8

adj. (lūstrum), pertaining to the lustrum; expiatory, 8.183.

1

to purify by atonement, 3.279; go round the fields with the victims; hence to bless, ask for a blessing on; go or dance around an altar or the image of a god, 7.391; traverse, pass across, around, or over, 1.608; pass in review, parade before, 5.578; run through, 2.528; search, 1.577; observe, survey, 1.453; watch, mark, 11.763; of the sun, illuminate, 4.607. (lūstrum)

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

2

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)

2

adj. (lūtum, a plant yielding a yellow dye), yellowish; gold-colored, saffron-hued, 7.26.

1

light, 1.306, and freq.; day or hour, 2.668; life, 4.631; the upper world as opposed to Hades; flame, 12.115; mental light, 12.669; metaph., glory, light, 2.281; lūce, in the light, by day, 9.153. (cf. lūceō)

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to luxuriate, foll. by ablat.; to abound, be full; rejoice, 11.497. (lūxuria, abundance)

1

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

3

the wine-god, Bacchus, 4.58.

2

of Lycaeus, a mountain in Arcadia noted for the worship of Zeus and Pan, Lycaean, 8.344.

1

a Gnossian or Cretan maker of arms, 9.304.

1

(adj.), of Lycaonia, a country of Asia Minor, 10.749.

1

a lamp, light, 1.726.

1

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

5

the Lycians, 1.113.

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

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of Lyctus, a town in Crete; Lyctian, Cretan, 3.401.

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son of Dryas, and king of the Thracian Edoni, punished by Bacchus with madness, and driven to self-destruction, on account of his opposition to the Bacchanalian orgies, 3.14.

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a companion of Aeneas, 1.222.

3

the people of Lydia; the Lydians; Etruscans, descendants of the Lydians, 9.11. (from the adj. Lӯdus, a, um, used as subst.)

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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.

3

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

6

to dilute with water; to craze; p., lymphātus, a, um, mad, distracted, frenzied, furious, 7.377. (lympha)

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one of the companions of Aeneas, 9.768.

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a lynx, 1.323, et al.

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adj. (Lyrnēsus), of Lyrnesus; Lyrnesian, 10.128.

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Lyrnesus or Lyrnessus, a town in the Troad, 12.547.

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