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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneid
onerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to load; the thing or material with which, usually in abl. and rarely in acc., 1.706; stow, lade, store away, w. dat. of the thing receiving, 1.195; (fig.), burden, overwhelm, 4.549. (onus)

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onerōsus, a, um

adj. (onus), burdensome, heavy, 5.352.

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Onītēs, ae, m.

a Rutulian, 12.514.

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onus, oneris, n.

a load, burden, 2.723.

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onustus, a, um

adj. (onus), loaded, laden, 1.289.

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opācō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to shade, 6.195. (opācus)

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opācus, a, um

(adj.), shady, 6.283; obscure, dark, 3.619; subst., opāca, ōrum, n., partitive; opāca viārum, dark pathways, roads, 6.633.

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opācus, a, um

(adj.), shady, 6.283; obscure, dark, 3.619; subst., opāca, ōrum, n., partitive; opāca viārum, dark pathways, roads, 6.633.

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opera, ae, f.

a working; work; pains, labor, duty, 7.332. (opus)

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operiō, uī, tus, 4, a.

to cover up; cover, 4.352; p., opertus, a, um, covered; subst., opertum, ī, n., a covered or secret place; partitive, operta tellūris, hidden, unseen regions of the earth, 6.140. (cf. aperiō)

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operor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n.

to work; be occupied with, engaged in (w. dat.), 3.136; of religious rites, to sacrifice. (opus)

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opertum, ī

a covered or secret place; partitive, operta tellūris, hidden, unseen regions of the earth, 6.140. (operiō)

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Opheltēs, ae, m.

the father of Euryalus, 9.201.

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opīmus, a, um

adj. (ops), rich, fertile, 1.621; sumptuous, 3.224; spolia opīma, the arms taken by a general from a general slain in battle, 6.855.

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Ōpis, is, f.

one of Diana's nymphs, 11.532.

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opperior, perītus or pertus sum, 4, dep. a. and n.

to wait for, await, 1.454.

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oppetō, petīvī or petiī, petītus, 3, a.

to encounter; with or without mortem, to die, fall, perish, 1.96. (ob and petō)

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oppidum, ī, n.

a walled town; town.

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oppōnō, posuī, positus, 3, a.

to place or put before or against, 5.335; oppose, 7.300; present, expose, 2.127; p., oppositus, a, um, placed in the way, opposed, 12.292; opposing, 2.333. (ob and pōnō)

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opportūnus, a, um

adj. (ob and portus, opposite to, or at the entrance of a harbor), convenient, fit, 8.235; proper.

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opprimō, pressī, pressus, 3, a.

to press against; press down, overpower, overwhelm, 1.129; come upon suddenly; surprise, 9.398. (ob and premō)

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oppūgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to fight against; attack, lay siege to, 5.439. (ob and pūgnō)

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ops, opis, f.

power, might, ability, 1.601; splendor, pomp, magnificence, 8.685; aid, assistance, 2.803; pl., opēs, um, means, resources, strength, riches, wealth, 1.14; supplies, assistance, 1.571; power, dominion, 2.4. (in the sing. only the gen., acc., and abl. are used)

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optātus, a, um

desired, longed for, much desired, 1.172; (adv.), optātō, according to one's wish; in good time, 10.405.

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optō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to choose, w. acc., 3.109; desire, wish, 1.76; w. inf., 6.501; p., optātus, a, um, desired, longed for, much desired, 1.172; adv., optātō, according to one's wish; in good time, 10.405.

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opulentia, ae, f.

wealth, riches, 7.262. (opulēns, wealthy)

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opulentus, a, um

adj. (ops), abounding in means; wealthy, rich, 1.447; mighty, 8.475.

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opus, eris, n.

work, labor, 1.436; task, toil, 6.183; enterprise, 3.20; the thing produced by work; a work (of art), 1.455; of buildings, 5.119.

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opus, indecl. n.

need, necessity, w. abl. of the thing needed, 6.261.

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ōra, ae, f.

a margin, border, 12.924; coast, shore, 3.396; region, 2.91; rim, extremity, 10.477; pl., outline, compass, 9.528.

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ōrāculum (ōrāclum), ī, n.

a divine utterance; oracle, response, 3.456; (meton.), the place of the response; oracular shrine, oracle, 3.143. (ōrō)

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ōrātor, ōris, m.

a speaker; envoy, ambassador, 7.153. (ōrō)

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orbis, is, m.

a circle, ring; orb, disk, 2.227; coil, fold, 2.204; the globe, world, earth, 1.331; circular movement, revolving course, revolution, 1.269; orbit, 3.512; a winding, turning round, 12.743; of the eyes, 12.670.

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orbus, a, um

(adj.), deprived, bereaved, w. abl., 11.216.

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Orcus, ī, m.

Orcus, the lower world, Hades, 4.242; personif., the god of the lower world, Orcus, Dis, Pluto.

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ōrdior, ōrsus sum, 4, dep. a. and n.

to weave, spin; to begin; begin to speak; begin, 1.325.

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ōrdō, inis, m.

an arranging; line, 1.395; train; order, rank of oars, 5.271; order, 5.349; train, procession, 6.754; series, succession, course of events, 3.376; estimate, class, position, 2.102; abl., ōrdine, in due course, properly, 3.548; in historical order, in detail, 3.179; ex ōrdine, in succession, 5.773. (rel. to ōrdior)

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Orēas, adis, f.

an Oread, a mountain nymph, 1.500.

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Orestēs, ae or is, m.

son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, pursued by the Furies for the murder of his mother until he was acquitted by the Areopagus under the direction of Athena, 4.471.

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orgia, ōrum, n.

the rites of Bacchus, 4.303.

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orichalcum, ī, n.

mountain copper; brass, 12.87.

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Ōricius, a, um

adj. (Ōricus), of Oricus or Oricum, a seaport of Epirus; Orician, 10.136.

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Oriēns, entis, m.

the rising; morning, morn, 5.42; the east, 1.289; the rising sun, 5.739.

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orīgō, inis, f.

a source, origin, beginning, 1.372; descent, lineage, birth, 1.286; source, root, founder, 12.166. (orior)

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Ōrīōn, ōnis, m.

a fabulous giant, celebrated as a hunter; the constellation Orion, 1.535, et al.

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orior, ortus sum, 4 (pres. oritur, 3 conj.)

to rise, spring up; appear, occur, 2.680; arise, 2.411; be born of, spring, descend, 1.626; p., oriēns, rising, 7.138; p., ortus, a, um, sprung, risen, 7.149.

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Ōrīthyīa (quadrisyll.), ae, f.

daughter of Erectheus, king of Athens, and wife of Boreas.

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ōrnātus, ūs, m.

an equipping, fitting out; adornment, attire, 1.650. (ōrnō)

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ōrnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to adorn, equip, 10.638.

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ornus, ī, f.

a mountain-ash, 2.626, et al.

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Ornӯtus, ī, m.

an Etruscan slain by Camilla, 11.677.

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ōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to use the mouth in utterance; to speak, 7.446; w. acc., argue, plead, 6.849; beg, pray, implore, entreat, beseech, 1.525; ask, pray, beg for, 4.451; w. two acc., 11.111; w. subj., 6.76; w. inf., 6.313. (1. ōs)

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Orōdēs, is, m.

an Etruscan slain by Mezentius, 10.732.

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Orontēs, is, ī, or ae

a leader of the Lycians and companion of Aeneas, 6.334.

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Orpheus (dissyll.), eī, m.

an ancient bard and prophet of Thrace, son of Onagrus and Calliope, and husband of Eurydice, 6.119, et al.

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ōrsa, ōrum, n.

words, speech, 7.435; beginnings, undertakings, purposes, designs, 10.632. (ōrdior)

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Orsēs, ae, m.

a Trojan, 10.748.

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Orsilochus, ī, m.

a Trojan, 11.636.

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Ortīnus, a, um

adj. (Orta), of Orta, a Tuscan city; Ortine, 7.716.

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ortus, ūs, m.

a rising, 4.118. (orior)

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Ortygia, ae, f.

quail-island. 1. Ortygia, an ancient name of Delos, 3.124. 2. Ortygia, an island forming part of the city of Syracuse, 3.694.

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Ortygius, iī, m.

a Rutulian killed by Caeneus, 9.573.

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ōs, ōris, n.

the mouth, 1.559; visage, face, countenance, 12.101; language, speech, words, 2.423; an entrance, door, 6.53; opening, 2.482; ōs summum, the lips, 1.737; pl., ōra, features, face, visage, form, countenance, 4.499; images, 4.62; ante ōra, before one's face, 12.82.

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os, ossis, n.

a bone, 2.121.

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Oscī, ōrum, m.

the Oscans, an ancient people of Campania, 7.730.

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ōsculum, ī, n.

the lip, 1.256; kiss, 1.687. (1. ōs)

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Osīnius, iī, m.

king of Clusium, 10.655.

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Osīris, is or idis, m.

a Latin, 12.458.

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ostendō, tendī, tēnsus or tentus, 3, a.

to hold out towards; point out, show, 6.368; offer, promise, 1.206; sē ostendere, appear, 6.188.

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ostentō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to hold out to view; display, disclose, 3.703; point out, show, 6.678; make a show of, display, 5.521. (ostendō)

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ōstium, iī, n.

a mouth; entrance, gate, door, 6.81; pl., ōstia, ōrum, harbor, port, 5.281; mouth of a river, 1.14. (1. ōs)

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ostrum, ī, n.

the purple fluid of the murex; purple dye, purple, 5.111; purple cloth, covering or drapery, 1.700; purple decoration, 10.722; purple trappings, housings, 7.277.

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Ōthryadēs, ae, m.

Othryades, son of Othrys; Panthus, 2.319.

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Ōthrys, yos, m.

a mountain in Thessaly, 7.675.

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ōtium, iī, n.

leisure, idleness, peace, quiet, retirement, inaction, 4.271.

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ovīle, is, n.

a sheepcote, sheepfold. (ovis)

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ovis, is, f.

a sheep, 3.660.

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ovō, ātus, 1, n.

to shout, rejoice, 3.544; triumph, 6.589; p., ovāns, antis, exulting, joyous, shouting, triumphant, 4.543; of things, 10.409.

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