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Headword Definitions Occurrences in the Aeneidsort descending

Cymodoce, a Nereid, 5.826; 10.225.

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a name of the Cumaean Sibyl, daughter of Glaucus and priestess of Apollo and Diana, 6.36.

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(adv.), immediately, straightway. (continuus)

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to trust, intrust, 10.286.

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anything seen; a vision, 3.172; portent, prodigy, 4.456. (videō)

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a touching; touch, 7.350. (attingō)

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to surround with a rampart; to encamp around, 11.915. (vāllum)

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a dweller in the Apennines, 11.700. (Appennīnus and colō)

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a surname of Titus Manlius, who wore the collar or torques of a Gallic champion whom he had slain in single combat, 6.825. (torquēs, a twisted collar)

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adj. (taurus), of bulls; bull’s-, 9.706.

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to stand over, 10.540.

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a Trojan, 10.128.

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observant, w. gen., 2.427.

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adj. (Scӯros), of Scyros, an island in the Aegean northeast of Euboea; Scyrian, 2.477.

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the name of the warhorse of Mezentius, 10.861.

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to call to mind; recall, remember, think of, 10.782. (re- and rt. men, cf. memini)

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an island near the Bay of Naples, now Procida, 9.715.

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to fear beforehand, dread, 2.573.

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son of Tyndarus and Leda, and twin brother of Castor, 6.121.

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to put through completely; ruin, undo, kill, destroy, 7.304; to abandon; lose, 11.58.

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adj. (omnis and potēns), all-powerful, almighty, 1.60; supreme, sovereign, 10.1; subst., The Almighty, 4.220.

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to press, push against, w. dat., 12.105; without an object, push, 4.406; struggle, resist, 4.332; bear up, 5.21; strive, strike against, 5.206.

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adj. (mare), of the sea; sea-.

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the liver, 6.598.

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a Gnossian or Cretan maker of arms, 9.304.

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

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a Rutulian, 9.685.

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a helmet (of metal), 11.775.

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Caere or Agylla, in the southern part of Etruria, now Cervetri, 8.597; 10.183.

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a Latin warrior slain by Aeneas, 10.312.

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the Albula, an ancient name of the Tiber, 8.332.

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to be born again; to be reproduced; grow again, 6.600.

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to cut away; lop off, 12.208. (re- and caedō)

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to be growing up, 3.491. (pūbēs)

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to burst or break off in front; p., praeruptus, a, um, broken or torn off; precipitous, abrupt, steep, 1.105.

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to blew through or over; sweep over, 1.83.

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lit. it repents one; one repents, regrets, 1.549, et al.

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

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adj. (mors and ferō), bringing death; deadly, 6.279.

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to go or move from one place to another; migrate, go away, depart, 4.401.

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adj. (Massicus), of Mount Massicus, in Campania; Massic; subst., Massica, ōrum, n. (sc. iuga), the Massic hills, 7.726.

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

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(adj.), that can not be surmounted; invincible, 4.40.

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adj. (Fescennia), of Fescennia, a Tuscan city on the Tiber, 7.695.

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to abound, overflow, 7.465.

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a Trojan spy, 12.347.

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to disjoin, separate, drive away from, 1.252.

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to blame; p., culpātus, a, um, at fault; blameable; the guilty cause, 2.602. (culpa)

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to wound; offend, hurt, wound, 8.583. (vulnus)

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adj. (bis and dēns), having two teeth or two complete rows of teeth; subst., f. (sc. victima), an animal suitable for the altar; a sheep with two conspicuous teeth supplanting two of the milk-teeth; a sheep, 4.57.

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a climbing or ascending, 2.303. (ascendō)

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an Arabian, 7.605.

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(adj.), calm, still, 2.203; subst., tranquillum, ī, n., a calm; calm weather, 5.127.

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adj. (Tiberis), pertaining to the Tiber; Tiberine, 1.13, et al.; subst., Tiberīnus, m., the river-god, Tiber; the Tiber, 6.873.

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to breathe from beneath or deeply; to sigh, 1.371.

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(adv.), so as, just as, even as, 8.22.

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Selinus, a town on the southwestern coast of Sicily, 3.705.

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adj. (pulvis), full of dust, dusty; of dust, 8.593.

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(adj.), deep, 5.614; lofty, deep-vaulted, 1.58; subst., profundum, ī, n., the deep, the sea, 12.263.

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(prep. w. acc.), beyond, 7.24. (prae)

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the healing art, 7.772; medicine, remedy. (medicīnus, sc. ars)

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to become wet; drip, be drenched, 5.697. (madeō)

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a hyacinth.

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

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to speak between; interrupt, 1.386.

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a Rutulian, 9.344.

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(adj.), not due; unassigned, unallotted, unpromised, 6.66.

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a going down; descent, 6.126. (dēscendō)

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to burst completely, break up; destroy, ruin; spoil, injure, damage, 1.177; infect, 3.138. (com- and rumpō)

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to come about; surround, 6.132.

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adj. (Campānia), of Campania, the country lying on the bay of Naples; Campanian, 10.145.

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(adj.), of small value; cheap, worthless, insignificant, base, inferior, 11.372.

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across the path or course, 5.19; crosswise.

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adj. (Tībur), of Tibur, 9.360; n. pl., Tīburtia, 7.670; subst., Tīburtēs, um, m., the people of Tibur; the Tiburtines, 11.757.

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adj. (adfor), that can be spoken to; easy to be approached, 3.621.

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to cover up, cover, 3.405.

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to sweat, w. abl., 2.582, et al.; ooze out, distill.

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to suck; absorb, draw on, 3.422.

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a Saticulan; of Saticula, a Campanian town, 7.729. (Satīcula)

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to suck back, draw back, 11.627.

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a tower on the coast of Etruria, 10.184.

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mountain copper; brass, 12.87.

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Musaeus, a Greek poet contemporary with Orpheus, 6.667.

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a Lycian, 12.343.

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a throwing away; loss, 2.646. (iaciō)

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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 become faint, grow weak, droop, 9.436. (langueō)

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(adj.), unobstructed; unbroken, smooth, 10.292.

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to doubt, mistrust, w. dat., 8.404.

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a scout, 11.512. (explōrō)

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to place apart; destine, doom, 2.129.

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a defender, protector; applied also to inanimate things, 2.521. (dēfendō)

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to pile together, heap, gather, build up, 9.712.

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one of the Cyclops, in the forge of Vulcan, 8.425.

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a woman of masculine spirit; a heroine, warlike maid, 12.468. (cf. vir)

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a thorn, brier, bramble, 8.645.

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(adj.), triennial, 4.302.

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Antandrus, a coast town in Mysia, at the foot of Mount Ida, 3.6.

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a Titan, one of the six sons of Caelus and Terra; any descendant of a Titan; the Sun (son of Hyperion), 4.119.

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to affright, terrify, 4.210. (terrificus)

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