HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
labefaciō, fecī, factus, 3, a., (pass.), labefīō, fierī, factus (labō and faciō)

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

2
lābēs, is, f.

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

2
Labīcī, ōrum, m.

the Labici, or people of Labicum or Labici, a Latin town near the present Colonna, 7.796.

1
labō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

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

7
labor (labōs), ōris, m.

labor, effort, toil, working, work, 1.431, et al.; care; task, 4.115; effort, activity, of man, 11.425; adventure, enterprise, 2.385; burden, 2.708; fatigue, difficulty, hardship, 1.330; struggle, danger, distress, misfortune, calamity, woe, suffering, 1.10, et al.; hard fate, 12.727; an eclipse, 1.742; the product of work, workmanship, work, 1.455; personif., Labōs, Toil, 6.277.

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lābor, lapsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to slide, glide down, or slip, freq.; fall down, 2.465; ebb, 11.628; pass away, 2.14; descend, 2.262; glide, sail, skim along, 8.91; flow, 3.281; fall, perish, 2.430; decline, 4.318; faint, 3.309.

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labor (labōs), ōris, m.

labor, effort, toil, working, work, 1.431, et al.; care; task, 4.115; effort, activity, of man, 11.425; adventure, enterprise, 2.385; burden, 2.708; fatigue, difficulty, hardship, 1.330; struggle, danger, distress, misfortune, calamity, woe, suffering, 1.10, et al.; hard fate, 12.727; an eclipse, 1.742; the product of work, workmanship, work, 1.455; personif., Labōs, Toil, 6.277.

1
labōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

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

2
lābrum, ī, n.

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

2
labrum, ī, n.

a lip, 11.572.

1
Labyrinthus, ī, m.

the Labyrinth, 5.588.

1
lac, lactis, n.

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

4
Lacaena, ae, adj. f.

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

2
Lacedaemōn, onis (acc. ona), f.

Lacedaemon or Sparta, the capital of Laconia, 7.363.

1
Lacedaemonius, a, um

(adj.), Lacedaemonian, Spartan, 3.328.

1
lacer, era, erum

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

3
lacerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

2
lacertus, ī, m.

the upper arm, from the shoulder to the elbow; the arm, 5.141, et al.

9
lacessō, cessīvī, cessītus, 3, intens. a.

to provoke, rouse, irritate, incite, 5.429; call forth, summon, rouse, 10.10; challenge, attack, assail, 11.585; strike, smite, 7.527; slap with the hand, caress, cheer, 12.85.

12
Lacīnius, a, um

adj. (Lacīnium), of Lacinium, a promontory near Croton, on the southern coast of Italy; Lacinian; Dīva Lacīnia, the Lacinian goddess; Juno, 3.552.

1
lacrima, ae, f.

a tear, 1.228, et al.

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lacrimābilis, e

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

2
lacrimō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to shed tears, weep, 1.459. (lacrima)

13
lacrimōsus, a, um

adj. (lacrima), tearful; sad, mournful, piteous, 11.274.

1
lacteus, a, um

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

2
lacus, ūs, m.

a lake, pool, source, 8.74; fen, 2.135.

15
Ladēs, is, m.

a Lycian follower of Aeneas, slain by Turnus, 12.343.

1
Lādōn, ōnis, acc. -ōna, m.

Ladon, a follower of Pallas, 10.413.

1
laedō, laesī, laesus, 3, a.

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

5
laena, ae, f.

an upper garment; cloak, mantle, 4.262.

1
Lāertius, a, um

adj. (Lāertēs), of Laertes, father of Ulysses; Laertian, 3.272.

1
laetitia, ae, f.

joy, 1.514, et al. (laetus)

8
laetor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n.

to rejoice, w. abl., gen., infin., or absolute, 1.393, et al. (laetus)

8
laetus, a, um

(adj.), joyful, joyous, glad, 4.418, et freq.; delighting in (w. abl.), 1.275, 696; 2.417; springing, 10.643; sparkling, radiant, 1.591; happy, auspicious, 1.605; abounding, rich, full (w. abl. or gen.), 1.441; well fed, fat, 3.220; blissful, blessed, 6.744.

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laetus, a, um

(adj.), joyful, joyous, glad, 4.418, et freq.; delighting in (w. abl.), 1.275, 696; 2.417; springing, 10.643; sparkling, radiant, 1.591; happy, auspicious, 1.605; abounding, rich, full (w. abl. or gen.), 1.441; well fed, fat, 3.220; blissful, blessed, 6.744.

1
laeva, ae, f. (sc. manus)

the left hand, 1.611; ab laevā, on the left side, 8.460.

14
laeva

(adv.), on the left, 5.163.

3
laeva, ōrum, n.

the left-hand places; waters or waves on the left hand, 5.825.

1
laevum

(adv.), on the left, 2.693.

3
laevus, a, um

(adj.), the left, 10.495; (situated) on the left, 3.412; the left, 3.420; (fig.), ill-starred, unpropitious, baleful, 10.275; infatuated, blind, 2.54.

15
Lagus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 10.381.

1
lambō, ī, itus, 3, a.

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

5
lāmenta, ōrum, n.

a wailing, cry of grief, lamentation, mourning, moaning, 4.667. (sing. not in good use)

1
lāmentābilis, e

adj. (lāmentor, deplore), deplorable; pitiable; to be deplored, 2.4.

1
lampas, adis, f.

a light, torch, 6.587; firebrand, 9.535.

5
Lamus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 9.334.

1
Lamyrus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 9.334.

1
lancea, ae, f.

a lance, light spear, javelin, 12.375.

1
langueō, uī, 2, n.

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

3
languēscō, languī, 3, inc. n.

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

1
languidus, a, um

adj. (langueō), languid, 12.908.

1
lāniger, era, erum

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

4
laniō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to lacerate, mangle, mutilate, 6.494.

2
lānūgo, inis, f.

wooly substance, down.

1
lanx, lancis, f.

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

3
Lāocoōn, ontis, m.

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

4
Lāodamīa, ae, f.

daughter of Acastus and wife of Protesilaus, who killed herself after her husband was slain by Hector, 6.447.

1
Lāomedontēus, a, um

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

1
Lāomedontiadēs, ae, m.

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

3
Lāomedontēus, a, um

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

2
lapidōsus, a, um

adj. (lapis), full of stones; hard as stone, stony, 3.649.

1
lapis, idis, m.

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

2
Lapitha, ae, c.

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.

3
lāpsō, āre, freq. n.

to fall down; slip, 2.551. (1. lābor)

1
lāpsus, ūs, m.

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

5
laquear, āris, n.

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

2
Lār, Laris, m.

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

3
largior, ītus sum, 4, dep.

to give largely; bestow, grant, 10.494. (largus)

1
largus, a, um

(adj.), ample; spacious, expansive, 6.640; plentiful, copious, flowing, 1.465; bountiful, free, 10.619; w. gen., lavish, 11.338.

8
Lārīdēs, is, m.

a Rutulian, son of Daucus, 10.391.

2
Lārīna, ae, f.

a follower of Camilla, 11.655.

1
Larīsaeus, a, um

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

2
lassus, a, um

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

2
Latagus, ī, m.

a Tyrrhenian, 10.697.

2
lātē

(adv.), widely; far and wide, 1.21; on all sides, far around, 1.163; all over, 12.308. (lātus)

36
latebra, ae, f.

a hiding place; recess, lodgment, retreat, 12.389; usually in pl., latebrae, ārum, an ambuscade; covert, retreat; cavern, 3.424; recess, cavity, 2.38; the hatches of a ship, the hold, 10.657. (lateō)

8
latebrōsus, a, um

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

3
lateō, uī, 2, n. and a.

to be hidden, lie concealed, 2.48; to lurk; be sheltered, 10.805; be unknown to, escape the knowledge of, 1.130; p., latēns, entis, hidden, concealed, 3.237; hiding, lurking, 2.568.

17
latex, icis, m.

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

7
Latīnī, ōrum, m.

the people of Latium; the Latins, 12.823, et al.

35
Latīnus, a, um

adj. (Latium), of Latium; Latin, 1.6, et al.; Latīna, ae, f., a Latin woman, 12.604.

28
Latīnus, ī, m.

Latinus, a king of Latium, whose capital was Laurentum, and whose daughter, Lavinia, became the wife of Aeneas, 6.891, et al. (Latium)

41
Latium, iī, n.

a country of ancient Italy, extending from the left bank of the lower Tiber to Campania, 1.6; (meton.), for Latīnī, the Latins, people of Latium, 10.365, et al. (2. latus; Virgil, 8.323, derives it from lateō)

31
Lātōna, ae, f.

the mother of Apollo and Diana, 1.502.

2
Lātōnia, ae, f.

Diana, 11.534.

1
Lātōnius, a, um

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

2
lātrātor, ōris, m.

one who barks like a dog; a barker, the barking, 8.698. (lātrō)

1
lātrātus, ūs, m.

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

3
lātrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

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

2
latrō, ōnis, m.

a hired servant, mercenary soldier, huntsman, 12.7.

1
latus, eris, n.

a side, 1.105, et al.; coast, 8.416; laterum iūnctūrae, joinings of the sides of a belt, i.e, ends of a belt, 12.274.

36
lātus, a, um

(adj.), wide, broad, 1.313; spacious, ample, large, 4.199; widespread, far-extending, 1.225.

24
laudō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

3
Lāvīnia, ae, f.

a Latin princess, daughter of King Latinus, 6.764, et al.

11
Lāvīnium, iī, n.

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

3
Lāvīnius, a, um

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

2
lavō, lāvī, lautus, and lōtus, 1 and 3, a. and n.

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

3
lavō, lāvī, lautus, and lōtus, 1 and 3, a. and n.

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

5
Laurēns, entis

adj. (Laurentum), of Laurentum, the ancient capital of Latium; Laurentine, Laurentian, 5.797, et al., subst., Laurentēs, um, pl. m., the Laurentians, 7.63, et al.

20
Laurentēs, um, pl. m.

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

6
Laurentius, a, um

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

4
laurus, ī, f.

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

9
laus, laudis, f.

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

25
Lausus, ī, m.

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

15
lautus, a, um

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

1
laxō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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
laxus, a, um

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

4
lebēs, ētis, m.

a kettle or caldron, 3.466.

2
lēctus, ī, m.

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

1
lēctus, a, um

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

14
Lēda, ae, f.

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

1
Lēdaeus, a, um

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

2
lēgātus, ī, m.

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

4
lēgifer, era, erum

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

1
legiō, ōnis, f.

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
legō, lēgī, lēctus, 3, a.

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.

26
Leleges, um, m.

Pelasgian tribes of Asia Minor and Greece, 8.725.

1
Lēmnius, a, um

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

1
Lēnaeus, a, um

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

1
lēniō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a. and n.

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

4
lēnis, e

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

3
lentō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

1
lentus, a, um

(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
leō, leōnis, m.

a lion, 2.722, et al.

17
lepus, oris, m., and epicene

a hare, 9.563, et al.

1
Lerna, ae, f.

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

3
Lernaeus, a, um

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

1
lētālis, e

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

4
Lēthaeus, a, um

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

4
lētifer, era, erum

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

2
lētum, ī, n.

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

32
lētum, ī, n.

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

2
levāmen, inis, n.

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

1
lēvō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

1
Leucaspis, is, m.

Leucaspis, a companion of Aeneas, 6.334.

1
Leucātēs, ae, m.

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

2
levis, e

(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.

26
lēvis, e

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

10
levō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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
lēx, lēgis, f.

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
lībāmen, inis, n.

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

1
libēns, entis

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

3
Līber, erī, m.

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

1
līber, era, erum

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
liber, brī, m.

the rind; inner bark of a tree.

1
lībertās, ātis, f.

liberty, freedom, 6.821. (2. līber)

3
libet, uit or libitum est, 2

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

1
lībō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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
lībrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

6
lībum, ī, n.

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

1
Liburnī, ōrum, m.

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

1
Libya, ae, f.

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

12
Libycus, a, um

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

13
Libystis, idis

(adj.), Libyan, 5.37.

2
licenter

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

1
licet, licuit or licitum est

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

25
licet

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

2
Lichās, ae, m.

a Latin slain by Aeneas, 10.315.

1
licitus, a, um,

allowed, allowable; free, 8.468. (liceō)

1
Licymnia, ae, f.

Licymnia, a slave, 9.546.

1
Liger, erī, m.

an Etruscan slain by Aeneas, 10.576, et al.

4
līgnum, ī, n.

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

4
ligō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

1
Ligus, uris, m.

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

1
Ligus, uris, m.

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

2
līlium, iī, n.

a lily, 6.709.

3
Lilybēius, a, um

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

1
limbus, ī, m.

a border, hem, fringe, 4.137.

1
līmen, inis, n.

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.

68
līmes, itis, m.

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

5
līmōsus, a, um

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

1
līmus, ī, m.

mud, mire, slime, 6.416.

1
līneus, a, um

adj. (līnum), flaxen, 5.510.

2
lingua, ae, f.

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

12
linquō, līquī, 3, a.

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.

41
linteum, ī, n.

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

1
līnum, ī, n.

flax or hemp.

1
Liparē, ēs, f.

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

1
liquefaciō, fēcī, factus, 3, a., pass.; liquefīō, fierī, factus sum

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

2
liqueō, liquī, 2, n.

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

3
liquēscō, licuī, 3, inc. n.

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

1
liquidus, a, um

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

1
liquidus, a, um

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

9
līquor, 3, dep. n.

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

4
Līris, is, m.

an Etruscan warrior, 11.670.

1
līs, lītis, f.

a strife, contest, dispute, 12.898.

1
litō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

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

2
lītoreus, a, um

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

3
lītus, oris, n.

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

127
lituus, ī, m.

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

2
līveō, 2, n.

to be bluish, pallid, livid, 7.687.

1
līvidus, a, um

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

1
locō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

17
Locrī, ōrum, m.

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

2
locus, ī, m., pl. loca, n., and locī, m.

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.

85
longaevus, a, um

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

14
longē

(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.

47
longinquus, a, um

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

1
longus, a, um

(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.

75
longus, a, um

(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.

3
loquāx, ācis

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

2
loquēla, ae, f.

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

1
loquor, locūtus sum, 3, dep. n. and a.

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

27
lōrīca, ae, f.

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

13
lōrum, ī, n.

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

8
lūbricus, a, um

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

1
lūbricus, a, um

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

4
Lūcās, ae, m.

a follower of Turnus, 10.561.

1
Lūcagus, ī, m.

an Etruscan slain by Aeneas, 10.575.

4
lūceō, lūxī, 2, n.

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

1
lūceō, lūxī, 2, n.

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

7
Lūcetius, iī, m.

a Latin slain by Ilioneus, 9.570.

1
lūcidus, a, um

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

3
Lūcifer, erī, m.

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

2
lūctāmen, inis, n.

a striving; toil, 8.89. (lūctor)

1
lūctificus, a, um

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

1
lūctor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n.

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

8
lūctus, ūs, m.

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

23
lūctus, ūs, m.

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

1
lūcus, ī, m.

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

35
lūdibrium, iī, n.

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

1
lūdicer, cra, crum

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

1
lūdō, lūsī, lūsus, 3, n. and a.

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
lūdus, ī, m.

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

11
luēs, is, f.

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

2
lūgeō, lūxī, lūctus, 2, n. and a.

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

3
lūgubrē

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

1
lūmen, inis, n.

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)

66
lūna, ae, f.

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

12
lūna, ae, f.

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

2
lūnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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

2
luō, uī, 3, a.

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

6
lupa, ae, f.

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

2
Lupercal, cālis, n.

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

1
Lupercī, ōrum, m.

priests of Lupercus or Lycean Pan, 8.663.

1
lupus, ī, m.

a wolf, 3.428, et al.

8
lūstrālis, e

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

1
lūstrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

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)

29
lustrum, ī, n.

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

2
lūstrum, ī, n.

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
lūteus, a, um

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

1
lūx, lūcis, f.

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)

47
lūxuriō, āvī, ātus, 1, n., and lūxurior, ātus sum, 1, dep. n.

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

1
lūxus, ūs, m.

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

3
Lyaeus, ī, m.

the wine-god, Bacchus, 4.58.

2
Lycaeus, a, um

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

1
Lycāōn, ōnis, m.

a Gnossian or Cretan maker of arms, 9.304.

1
Lycāonius, a, um

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

1
lychnus, ī, m.

a lamp, light, 1.726.

1
Lycia, ae, f.

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

5
Lyciī, ōrum, m.

the Lycians, 1.113.

1
Lycius, a, um

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

7
Lyctius, a, um

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

1
Lycūrgus, ī, m.

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.

1
Lycus, ī, m.

a companion of Aeneas, 1.222.

3
Lӯdī, ōrum, m.

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

1
Lӯdius, a, um.

(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
lympha, ae, f.

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

6
lymphō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

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

1
Lynceus (dissyll.), eī, m.

one of the companions of Aeneas, 9.768.

1
lynx, lyncis, c.

a lynx, 1.323, et al.

1
Lyrnēsius, a, um

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

1
Lyrnēsus, ī, f.

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

1