HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
Daedalus, ī, m.

Daedalus, the father of Greek sculpture; supposed to be of the time of Minos and Theseus; employed by Minos to build the Cretan Labyrinth, 6.14.

2
daedalus, a, um

(adj.), artificial, skillful, cunningly wrought; wily, artful, 7.282.

1
Dahae, ārum, m.

the Dahae, a Scythian people beyond the Caspian, 8.728.

1
damnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to inflict loss upon; to doom, condemn, consign, devote, with dat., 4.699; to condemn, with gen., 6.430. (damnum, loss)

3
Danaē, ēs, f.

daughter of Acrisius, and mother of Perseus, 7.410.

1
Danaī, ōrum, m.

the Greeks, 2.327.

45
Danaus, a, um

(adj.), of Danaus, king of Argos; Greek, 3.602; subst., Danaī, ōrum, m., the Greeks, 2.327.

1
daps, dapis, f.

a feast, banquet, 1.210; food, viands, 1.706; flesh of sacrificial victims, 6.225; usually found in the pl., but the gen. pl. is not used.

16
Dardania, ae, f.

Troy, 2.281.

6
Dardanidēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Dardanus; Aeneas, 10.545; pl., Dardanidae, ārum (um), the Trojans, 1.560, et al.; adj., Dardanian, Trojan, 2.59.

21
Dardanidēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Dardanus; Aeneas, 10.545; pl., Dardanidae, ārum (um), the Trojans, 1.560, et al.; adj., Dardanian, Trojan, 2.59.

1
Dardanis, idis, f.

a daughter or descendant of Dardanus, 2.787.

1
Dardanius, a, um

adj. (Dardanus), Dardanian, Trojan, 5.711; subst., Dardanius, iī, m., the Dardanian; the Trojan, 12.14.

33
Dardanus, a, um

(adj.), Trojan, 5.119; subst., the Dardanian; Aeneas, 4.662; the Trojan, for the nation, 11.287.

5
Dardanus, ī, m.

Dardanus, son of Jupiter and Electra, father of the Trojan line of kings, and thus progenitor of the Romans, 6.650, et al.

8
Darēs, ētis (acc. Darēta and Daren), m.

Dares, a Trojan boxer, 5.369.

10
dator, ōris, m.

a giver, 1.734. (1. dō)

1
Daucius, a, um

adj. (Daucus), of Daucus, a Rutulian; Daucian, 10.391.

1
Daunius, a, um

adj. (Daunus), pertaining to Daunus, father or ancestor of Turnus; Daunian, 12.785.

3
Daunus, ī, m.

a mythic king of part of Apulia, father-in-law of Diomedes, and father of Turnus, 10.616.

5

(prep. with abl.), from, of place, time, source, material, etc., freq.; out of; away from, 6.85; just from, on, 10.478; of 2.78; sprung from, 10.350; by, of, 4.327; according to, after, 1.318; over, upon, 6.502; concerning, for, about, 12.765.

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dea, ae, f.

a goddess, 1.17. (fem. of deus)

55
dēbellātor, ōris, m.

a conqueror, 7.651. (dēbellō)

1
dēbellō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to war to the end; to put down by war; subdue, conquer, 5.731.

2
dēbeō, uī, itus, 2, a.

to owe, 10.853; secure, bind; (pass.), dēbērī, to be due, meet, 2.538; decreed, 3.184; 6.714. (dē and habeō)

18
dēbilis, e

adj. (dē and habilis), disabled, maimed, crippled, 5.271; feeble, useless, 12.50.

2
dēbilitō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to weaken, abate, 9.611. (dēbilis)

1
dēcēdō, cessī, cessus, 3, n.

to withdraw, go away, depart from, 4.306; stand back, retire, 5.551.

4
decem

(num. adj. indecl.), ten, 2.198.

2
dēcernō, crēvī, crētus, 3, a.

to decide, determine, resolve, 4.475; contend, combat, 7.525.

5
dēcerpō, sī, tus, 3, a.

to pluck off; crop, pluck, 6.141. (dē and carpō)

1
decet, uit, 2, impers. n.

it is becoming; meet, proper, fitting, 4.597.

7
dēcidō, cidī, 3, n.

to fall down; fall, 5.517. (dē and cadō)

1
dēcīdō, cīdī, cīsus, 3, a.

to cut, lop off, 11.5. (dē and caedō)

2
decimus, a, um

adj. (decem), the tenth, 9.155.

2
dēcipiō, cēpī, ceptus, 3, a.

to deceive; beguile, delude, mislead, 3.181. (dē and capiō)

3
Deciī, ōrum, m.

several illustrious Romans of the Decian gens, especially the father and son Decius Mus, one killed in the battle of Vesuvius, B.C. 340, the other in the battle of Sentinum, B.C. 295, 6.824.

1
dēclārō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make clear; to declare, proclaim, 5.246.

1
dēclīnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to turn down or away; of the eyes, to close in sleep, 4.185.

1
dēcolor, ōris

(adj.), of debased color; of baser metal; vitiated, corrupt, 8.326.

1
decorō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to adorn, decorate, 6.217; honor, 11.25. (decus)

3
decōrus, a, um

adj. (decor), fit, proper, becoming, 5.343; graceful, beautiful, 1.589; adorned, 5.133; shining, 11.194.

11
dēcurrō, cucurrī or currī, cursus, 3, n. and a.

to run down, hasten down, 2.41; descend, 5.610; run completely round, 11.189; sail over, sweep over, 5.212.

6
dēcursus, ūs, m.

a running down, descent, 12.523. (dēcurrō)

1
decus, oris, n.

that which is becoming; grace, ornament, decoration, 1.429; glory, honor, distinction, 2.89; pride, 10.858; beauty, 1.592; dignity, honor, 5.174; an honor, honorable gift, 12.83. (decet)

23
dēcutiō, cussī, cussus, 3, a.

to shake off. (dē and quatiō)

1
dēdecus, oris, n.

dishonor, disgrace, shame, 10.681.

3
dēdīgnor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to deem unworthy, disdain, scorn, refuse, 4.536.

1
dēdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead, draw, bring down; of ships, to launch, 3.71; lead, conduct, 2.800; carry away, 6.397.

5
dēfendō, ī, fēnsus (pass. inf. dēfendier, 8.493), 3, a.

to ward off; forbid, avert, with acc., 10.905; defend, guard, protect, 2.257. (dē and obsol. fendō, strike)

17
dēfēnsor, ōris, m.

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

1
dēferō, tulī, lātus, ferre, irreg. a.

to carry or bring down or away; bear, convey, 4.226; conduct, lead, 5.730; to report, 4.299.

15
defessus, -a, -um

wearied, tired, fatigued, 1.157. (dēfetīscō)

4
dēficiō, fēcī, fectus, pass. (dē and faciō), dēfit, fierī, 3, n. and a.

to make off from; free one’s self from; desert, leave, forsake, 6.196; fail, be wanting, 2.505; be exhausted, fail; give way, sink, 6.354; faint, 4.689; to be broken down, prostrated, sick at heart, 11.231; to be depressed, discouraged, 12.2; (pass.), dēfit, fierī, to be wanting.

10
dēfīgō, fīxī, fīxus, 3, a.

to fasten or fix down or in; the object on or in which, in the dat., or in the abl., with or without a prep.; fix, direct, 1.226; p., dēfīxus, downcast, 6.156.

7
dēflectō, flexī, flexus, 3, a.

to turn aside, 10.331.

1
dēfleō, flēvī, flētus, 2, a. and n.

to weep much; weep over, bewail, bemoan, lament, 6.220.

2
dēfluō, fluxī, fluxus, 3, n.

to flow down; sail down, 8.549; alight, descend, 11.501; fall, descend, 1.404.

4
dēfodiō, fōdī, fossus, 3, a.

to dig down; sink deep; bury.

1
dēfōrmō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to disfigure, 10.844; clothe in mourning, sadden, darken, 12.805.

2
dēfringō, frēgī, frāctus, 3, a.

to break off, 11.748. (dē and frangō)

1
dēfungor, fūnctus sum, 3, dep. n.

to complete, finish a duty, etc.; go through with, 6.83; to have done with, 6.306; used absolutely; to get through, fulfill one’s destiny or course, 9.98.

3
dēgener, eris

adj. (dē and genus), degenerate, 2.549; of base descent, 4.13.

2
dēgō, dēgī, 3, a.

to pass, spend, 4.551. (dē and agō)

1
dēgustō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to taste of; touch, graze, 12.376.

1
dehinc (often monosyll.)

(adv.), from this place; from this time; thereupon, then, 1.131.

8
dehīscō, hīvī, 3, n.

to gape, yawn, 1.106; stand open, open, 6.52.

7
dēiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to cast down, 6.581; strike down, slay, 11.642; drive down, 4.152; shoot or bring down, 5.542; deprive of, 3.317; dēicere vultum, to cast down the eyes, 3.320; (pass.), dēicī, to be disheartened, dismayed, 10.858. (dē and iaciō)

20
dēiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to cast down, 6.581; strike down, slay, 11.642; drive down, 4.152; shoot or bring down, 5.542; deprive of, 3.317; dēicere vultum, to cast down the eyes, 3.320; (pass.), dēicī, to be disheartened, dismayed, 10.858. (dē and iaciō)

1
deinde (often dissyl.)

(adv.), from that place (rarely) or time; then, thereupon, 5.321; now, immediately, 4.561; next, still, 9.781.

31
Dēiopēa, ae, f.

a nymph in the train of Juno, 1.72.

1
Dēiphobē, ēs, f.

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

1
Dēiphobus, ī, m.

a son of Priam, who became the husband of Helen after the death of Paris, 6.495.

5
dēlābor, lāpsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to glide, slip, or fall down; descend, 3.238; fall in with or upon, 2.377.

8
dēleō, ēvī, ētus, 2, a.

to destroy, 9.248; slaughter, 11.898.

2
dēlībō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to sip; kiss, 12.434.

1
dēligō, lēgī, lēctus, 3, a.

to choose from; choose, 2.18. (dē and legō)

13
dēlitēscō, dēlituī, 3, inc. n.

to hide; lurk, lie hidden, 2.136. (dē and latēscō, be hidden)

1
Dēlius, a, um

adj. (Dēlos), of Delos; Delian, an epithet of Apollo, who was born in Delos, 3.162.

2
Dēlos, ī, f.

an island in the midst of the Cyclades in the Aegean, where Latona gave birth to Apollo and Diana, 4.144.

1
delphīn, īnis, and delphīnus, ī, m.

a dolphin, 3.428, et al.

4
dēlūbrum, ī, n.

the place for sacrificial cleansings; a shrine, temple, sanctuary, 2.225, et al. (dēluō, cleanse)

6
dēlūdō, lūsī, lūsus, 3, a.

to deceive, mock, delude, 6.344.

2
dēmēns, entis

(adj.), out of one’s mind, insane, foolish, mad, blind, 4.107; subst., fool, 11.399.

16
dēmentia, ae, f.

madness, frenzy, folly, 5.465. (dēmēns)

2
dēmergō, mersī, mersus, 3, a.

to dip, plunge, 9.119.

1
dēmetō, messuī, messus, 3, a.

to reap; clip, break off, pluck, 11.68.

1
dēmissus, a, um

let down; hanging down, 4.263; low, subdued, 3.320; downcast, 1.561. (dēmittō)

2
dēmittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to send down, 1.297; shed, 6.455; let down into, receive, admit, (of the mind or the senses), 4.428; consign, condemn, 2.85; convey, conduct, 5.29; transmit, hand down, 1.288; dēmittere mentem, to lose heart, sink into despair, 12.609.

23
dēmō, dēmpsī, dēmptus, 3, a.

to take away, remove, 2.775. (dē and emō)

3
Dēmodocus, ī, m.

an Arcadian follower of Pallas, 10.413.

1
Dēmoleos, ī, m.

a Greek slain by Aeneas in battle, 5.260.

2
Dēmophoōn, ontis, m.

a Trojan slain by Camilla, 11.675.

1
dēmoror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a. and n.

to linger, protract, 2.648; detain, 3.481; wait for, await, 10.30.

4
dēmum

(adv.), at length, at last, 1.629; at least, indeed, especially. (dē with n. superl. ending -mum, hence, perhaps meaning downmost)

11
dēnique

(adv.), at last, at length, finally, 2.70, 295.

4
dēns, dentis, m.

a tooth, 3.664; the fluke of an anchor, 6.3.

9
dēnseō, ēre, and dēnsō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make thick; thicken; close up, 12.264; cast thick, shower, 11.650; gather together, crowd, 7.794. (dēnsus)

3
dēnsus, a, um

(adj.), thick, dense, crowded, compact, in close array, serried, 2.383; frequent, 5.459.

36
dēnūntiō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to announce emphatically; declare, foretell, 3.366.

1
dēnī, ae, a

(adj. num. distrib.), ten by ten; ten each; (as cardinal), ten, 1.381.

4
dēpāscō, pāvī, pāstus, 3, a., and dēpāscor, pāstus sum, 3, dep. a.

to devour, consume, 2.215; taste, 5.93; feed upon, graze.

1
dēpāscō, pāvī, pāstus, 3, a., and dēpāscor, pāstus sum, 3, dep. a.

to devour, consume, 2.215; taste, 5.93; feed upon, graze.

1
dēpellō, pulī, pulsus, 3, a.

to push, drive from or away; drive away from, w. acc. and abl., 5.727.

4
dēpendeō, 2, n.

to hang down; hang, 1.726.

4
dēpōnō, posuī, positus, 3, a.

to put down or aside; recline, 7.108; put off, from, put on shore, 5.751; lay down, lay, 6.632; lay aside, dismiss, banish, 2.76; (pass., of sickness), to be laid down, dying, despaired of, 12.395.

8
dēprecor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to avert by praying; deprecate; beg for mercy, 12.931.

1
dēprēndō, prēndī, prēnsus, 3, a.

to catch, surprise, overtake, 5.52; intercept, 10.98.

4
dēprōmō, prōmpsī, prōmptus, 3, a.

to draw forth, 5.501.

3
Dercennus, ī, m.

an ancient king of Laurentum, 11.850.

1
dērigēscō, riguī, 3, inc. n.

to grow completely stiff; to be cold, stiff; to be cold, stiff, paralyzed with fear, 3.260; stand staring, 7.447.

3
dēripiō, ripuī, reptus, 3, a.

to tear away; cast off; loosen, 3.267; haul down, launch, 4.593; cut off, 10.414. (dē and rapiō)

5
dēsaeviō, iī, 4, n.

to rage furiously; rage, 4.52.

2
dēscendō, scendī, scēnsus, 3, n.

go or come down; to descend, 2.632; to stoop to, 5.782. (dē and scandō)

11
dēscēnsus, ūs, m.

a going down; descent, 6.126. (dēscendō)

1
dēscrībō, scrīpsī, scrīptus, 3, a.

to mark off; divide, distinguish, describe, 6.850; write, 3.445.

2
dēsecō, uī, tus, 1, a.

to cut off, 8.438.

1
dēserō, uī, tus, 3, a.

to disconnect, loosen one’s self; leave, 3.711; forsake, abandon, desert, 4.323; leave behind, 5.220; give up, break off, 9.694.

31
dēserta, ōrum, n.

desert, waste places, 1.384; haunts, 7.404.

2
dēsertor, ōris, m.

one who has deserted; a renegade, 12.15. (dēserō)

1
dēsertus, a, um

desolate; abandoned, 12.664; uninhabited, solitary, lonely, 3.646.

10
dēsidia, ae, f.

sloth. (dēsidō)

1
dēsīdō, sēdī, 3, n.

to sink down, 3.565.

1
dēsīgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to mark out, designate, 5.755.

2
dēsiliō, uī, sultus, 4, n.

to leap or spring down; alight from, 10.453. (dē and saliō)

3
dēsinō, sīvī or iī, situs, 3, a. and n.

(with infin.), to leave off, cease, desist, 4.360; (with acc.), cease, end; n., forbear, 10.881; terminate, 10.211.

5
dēsistō, stitī, stitus, 3, n.

to cease, desist, w. abl., 1.37; w. dat., 10.441.

3
dēsōlō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make solitary, lay waste, 11.367; leave without guidance, deprive of commanders, leave in disorder, 11.870. (dē and sōlus)

2
dēspectō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to look down upon, 1.396. (dēspiciō)

3
dēspiciō, spexī, spectus, 3, a.

to look down upon, 1.224; despise, reject, 4.36. (dē and speciō, look)

2
dēstinō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to place apart; destine, doom, 2.129.

1
dēstruō, strūxī, strūctus, 3, a.

to destroy, tear down, 4.326.

1
dēsuēscō (in poetry trisyll.), suēvī, suētus, 3, a. and n.

to become unaccustomed; p., dēsuētus, a, um, unaccustomed, unused, 6.814; neglected, unfamiliar, unpracticed, 2.509; unused to love; dormant, 1.722.

4
dēsum, fuī, esse, irreg. n.

to be absent, 7.678; to be wanting or missing, 2.744; fail, be wanting, lacking, 10.378. (deest, deeram, deero, etc., often pronounced and sometimes spelled dest, etc.)

7
dēsuper

(adv.), from above; above, 1.165.

9
dētegō, tēxī, tēctus, 3, a.

to uncover, 10.133; lay bare, expose to view, 8.241.

2
dēterior, ius

(comparative adjective) worse; more degenerate, 8.326.

1
dētineō, uī, tentus, 2, a.

to hold from or back; hold, detain, 2.788. (dē and teneō)

3
dētonō, tonuī, 1, n.

to thunder loudly, storm; thunder out, cease to thunder, 10.809.

1
dētorqueō, torsī, tortus, 2, a.

to turn from; turn off, away, or aside, 5.165; bend, turn, 4.196; return, turn back, 5.832.

6
dētrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to draw from; take from, 5.260.

1
dētrūdō, trūsī, trūsus, 3, a.

to thrust down or away; push off from, 1.145; drive from, thrust out, 6.584; thrust down, 7.772.

6
dēturbō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to cast down, 5.175; strike down, 10.555; drive away, remove, 6.412.

3
dēveniō, vēnī, ventus, 4, n.

to come down; arrive at, reach, w. acc. of place, 1.365, et al.

4
dēvexus, a, um

adj. (dēvehō), inclined downwards; descending; declining.

1
dēvinciō, vinxī, vinctus, 4, a.

to bind fast; bind, 8.394.

1
dēvincō, vīcī, victus, 3, a.

to conquer completely, to vanquish, 9.264; wage successfully, 10.370.

3
dēvolō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to fly down, 4.702.

1
dēvolvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll down; throw, hurl down, 2.449.

1
dēvoveō, vōvī, vōtus, 2, a.

to set apart by vows; devote, 12.234; p., dēvōtus, a, um, devoted, destined, doomed, 1.712.

3
deus, ī, m.

a god, deity, 1.9, et al.; in general, god the deity, 6.749; a goddess, 2.632; the god Bacchus; (meton.), wine, 9.337.

181
dexter, tra, trum (-tera, -terum)

(adj.), right, as opp. to left, 5.162; on the right hand, 8.237; right handed, adroit, dexterous, 9.769; fit, 4.294; favorable, auspicious, propitious, 4.579; dextrā, on the right.

12
dextra (dextera), ae (sc. manus), f.

the right hand, 1.408; valor, 10.610; faith, a pledge, 7.366.

111
Diāna, ae, f.

a goddess of the Italians, and regarded by them as one with the Greek Artemis, daughter of Latona, and sister of Apollo; called Luna, as goddess of the moon; Hecate, as an infernal deity, invoked in magic rites, 4.511; and Diana, as goddess of the chase, 1.499. (rel. to Iānus = Diānus)

11
diciō, ōnis, f.

dominion, power, sway, rule, 1.622. (only in gen., dat., acc., and abl. sing.)

4
dicō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

devote, consecrate, 5.60; pronounce, 1.73. (rel. to dīcō)

3
dīcō, dīxī, dictus, 3, a. and n.

to say, 1.81; speak of, mention, 4.43; celebrate; tell, rehearse, relate, recount, 1.753; sing, recite, 6.644; name, call, 1.277; pronounce, 6.231; declare, 12.112; disclose, portend, foretell, 3.362; bid, 5.551; speak, say, 3.312; announce, 1.137.

149
Dictaeus, a, um

adj. (Dictē), of Dicte, a mountain in Crete; Dictaean, Cretan, 3.171.

2
dictamnus, ī, f., -um, ī, n.

dittany, an aromatic plant found on Mount Dicte, in Crete, 12.412. (Dicte)

1
dictum, ī, n.

a thing said; word, 1.197; command, precept, injunction, 1.695; promise, 8.643. (dīcō)

93
Dīdō, ūs or ōnis, f.

Dido, daughter of Belus, king of Phoenicia, who fled from her brother Pygmalion to Africa, where she founded the city of Carthage, 1.299.

34
dīdō, dīdidī, dīditus, 3, a.

to spread abroad, disseminate, 7.144.

2
dīdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead or draw apart; separate, sever, 3.419; distract, 5.720.

3
Didymāōn, onis, m.

Didymaon, an artist, mentioned only by Virgil, 5.359.

1
diēs, ēī (contracted form of gen. diī, 1.636), m. and f.

a day, the diurnal period of twenty-four hours, 1.732, et al.; a day, as distinguished from night, 5.43, et al.; a fixed, definite, or proper season, period, or time; daylight, 1.88; an indefinite period of time; time, 5.783; 6.745; length of time, 11.425.

61
differō, distulī, dīlātus, ferre, irreg. a.

to carry apart; tear asunder or in pieces, 8.643; stay, keep at bay, 9.135; put off, postpone, delay, 6.569.

5
difficilis, e

adj. (dis- and facilis), difficult; struggling, hard, 4.694; unyielding, stubborn, unfruitful; dangerous, 5.865.

2
diffīdō, fīsus sum, 3, n.

to be distrustful; to distrust, 3.51.

1
diffindō, fidī, fissus, 3, a.

to cleave asunder; split, pierce, 9.589.

1
diffugiō, fūgī, 3, n.

to flee apart; run away, flee, 2.212.

6
diffundō, fūdī, fūsus, 3, a.

to pour round about, pour out, 10.908; diffuse; spread, multiply, 7.708; to put in disorder, dishevel, 1.319; spread abroad, 4.195.

5
dīgerō, gessī, gestus, 3, a.

to carry apart, separate one thing from another; arrange, dispose, lay in order, 3.446; explain, interpret, 2.182.

2
digitus, ī, m.

a finger, 6.647; toe, 5.426.

3
dīgnor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

(w. acc. and abl.), to deem worthy of, 1.335; (w. inf.), think, fit, deign, 4.192; p., dīgnātus, a, um, with pass. meaning, deemed worthy of, honored by, 3.475. (dīgnus)

2
dīgnor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

(w. acc. and abl.), to deem worthy of, 1.335; w. inf., think, fit, deign, 4.192; p., dīgnātus, a, um, with pass. meaning, deemed worthy of, honored by, 3.475. (dīgnus)

5
dīgnus, a, um

(adj., w. abl.), deserving of, worthy of; with depend. clause or absol., fit, due, meet, worthy, 1.600, et al.; dīgna indīgna, worthy (and) unworthy; all fortunes, all things alike, 12.811.

20
dīgredior, gressus sum, 3, dep. n.

to walk or go apart, aside, or away; depart, 3.410; separate, 4.80; come from, 2.718. (di- and gradior)

6
dīgressus, ūs, m.

a going away; a departure, parting, 3.482.

2
disiungō, iūnxī, iūnctus, 3, a.

to disjoin, separate, drive away from, 1.252.

1
dīlābor, lāpsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to slip, glide, fall apart; depart, pass away, 4.705.

1
dīligō, lēxī, lēctus, 3, a.

to love, 8.590; p., dīlēctus, a, um, loved, dear, 1.344.

4
dīligō, lēxī, lēctus, 3, a.

to love, 8.590; p., dīlēctus, a, um, loved, dear, 1.344.

4
dīluvium, iī, n.

a washing away, flood, deluge, 12.205; desolation, destruction, 7.228. (dīluō, cleanse)

2
dīmētior, mēnsus sum, 4, dep. a.

to measure, mark out; lay out.

1
dīmittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to send apart or away, 1.571; dispatch, 1.577; dismiss, 10.46; give up, 11.706.

9
dīmoveō, mōvī, mōtus, 2, a.

to move apart or away; remove, dispel, 3.589; divide, 5.839.

5
Dindyma, ōrum, n., and Dindymus, ī, m.

Mount Dindymus or Dindyma, in Mysia, sacred to Cybele, 9.618.

1
Dindyma, ōrum, n., and Dindymus, ī, m.

Mount Dindymus or Dindyma, in Mysia, sacred to Cybele, 9.618.

1
dīnumerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to distinguish by number, enumerate, reckon, count, 6.691.

1
Diomēdēs, is, m.

Diomedes, son of Tydeus, and king of Argos, distinguished among the Greeks at Troy, 1.752.

5
Diōnaeus, a, um

adj. (Diōnē), pertaining to Dione, mother of Venus; Dionaean, 3.19.

1
Diōrēs, is, m.

a son of Priam and companion of Aeneas, 5.297.

5
Dioxippus, ī, m.

a Trojan, 9.574.

1
Dīra, ae, f.

a Fury, 12.869; pl., Dīrae, ārum, the Furies, 4.473, et al.

5
dērigō, rēxī, rēctus, 3, a.

to lay straight, bring into a definite line; to aim, direct, 1.401, et al. (dē and regō)

11
dirimō, ēmī, ēmptus, 3, a.

to take asunder; to separate, 7.227; break off, end, 5.467; decide, 12.79. (dis- and emō)

3
dīripiō, ripuī, reptus, 3, a.

to tear apart or off; snatch, tear away, 3.227; plunder, pillage, sack, 2.563. See also dēripiō. (dis- and rapiō)

6
dīruō, uī, utus, 3, a.

to overthrow, tear apart or away from, 10.363.

1
dīrus, a, um

(adj.), accursed; portentous; fearful, dreadful, awful, dire, cruel, horrible, freq.; accursed, 2.261; unhallowed, impious, 6.373; foul, carrion, 3.262; wild, furious, ardent, 9.185; pl., dīra (adv.), fearfully, 10.572.

33
Dīs, ītis, m.

Pluto, the ruler of Hades, 4.702, et al.

9
discēdō, cessī, cessus, 3, n.

to go apart or away, retire, withdraw, depart, 2.644; open, 9.20.

10
discernō, crēvī, crētus, 3, a.

to distinguish one thing from another; determine, distinguish, decide, 12.898; perceive, 3.201; mark, set off; work, embroider, 4.264.

4
discerpō, cerpsī, cerptus, 3, a.

to pluck asunder, to tear in pieces; disperse, 9.313. (dis- and carpō)

1
discessus, ūs, m.

a departing, departure, 6.464. (discēdō)

2
discindō, scidī, scissus, 3, a.

to tear asunder, pull in pieces, rend, 12.602.

1
discingō, cīnxī, cīnctus, 3, a.

to ungird; p., discīnctus, a, um, loose-robed; indolent, effeminate, 8.724.

1
disclūdō, clūsī, clūsus, 3, a.

to open; loosen, 12.782. (dis- and claudō)

1
discō, didicī, 3, a.

to learn, w. acc., 6.433; learn how, w. inf., 5.222.

11
discolor, ōris

(adj.), of different color, 6.204.

1
discordia, ae, f.

difference in feeling, or mind; dissension, strife; personified, Discord or Eris, 6.280. (discors)

2
discordia, ae, f.

difference in feeling, or mind; dissension, strife; personified, Discord or Eris, 6.280. (discors)

5
discors, cordis

adj. (dis- and cor), disagreeing, 2.423; hostile, 9.688; opposing, contending, 10.356.

3
discrepō, uī, 1, n.

to be discordant in sound; (fig.), to differ, 10.434.

1
discrīmen, inis, n.

a separating interval, space, 5.154; separation, division, 10.382; distance, 3.685; difference, distinction, 1.574; variation, division, of sound; note, 6.646; crisis, danger, peril, 1.204; pl., difference, 10.529. (discernō)

16
discrīminō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to separate; to make distinct, with light; discover, illuminate, 11.144. (discrīmen)

1
discumbō, cubuī, cubitus, 3, n.

to recline separately; recline at table, 1.708; (impers.), discumbitur, they recline, 1.700.

2
discurrō, cucurrī, or currī, cursus, 3, n.

to run apart; to ride in different directions, 5.580; to move in patrols, or hurry to and fro as patrols, 9.164; (impers.), discurritur, they hurry in different directions, 11.468.

5
discutiō, cussī, cussus, 3, a.

to shake off, strike off, 9.810; disperse, dissipate, dispel. (dis- and quatiō)

2
dīsiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to throw, cast asunder; overthrow, demolish, 8.355; scatter, disperse, 1.70; cleave, 12.308. (dis- and iaciō)

12
dispellō, pulī, pulsus, 3, a.

to drive away; separate, scatter, disperse, 1.538; to part, 5.839.

3
dispendium, iī, n.

a weighing out; expense, cost; loss, 3.453. (dispendō, weigh out)

1
dispergō, spersī, spersus, 3, a.

to sprinkle, shower around; disperse, scatter, 3.197; diffuse, dissolve, 11.617. (dis- and spargō)

6
dispiciō, spexī, spectus, 3, a.

to see distinctly, descry, perceive, discern, 6.734. (dis- and speciō, look)

1
dispōnō, posuī, positus, 3, a.

to put in order; arrange, distribute, 3.237.

1
dissēnsus, ūs, m.

disagreement, dissent, 11.455. (dissentiō, disagree)

1
dissideō, sēdī, sessus, 2, n.

to be situated apart, be separated, 7.370. (dis- and sedeō)

1
dissiliō, uī, 4, n.

to spring apart; burst asunder; be rent asunder, 3.416; break in twain, 12.741. (dis- and saliō)

2
dissimilis, e

(adj.), unlike; inadequate, unfit, unequal, 9.282.

1
dissimulō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to misrepresent the truth or reality; dissemble, hide, disguise; conceal, 4.291; remain disguised, or concealed (others, repress one’s emotions), 1.516. (dissimilis)

4
dissultō, 1, n.

to leap asunder; spring back or apart, 8.240; burst from, 12.923. (dis- and saltō)

2
distendō, tendī, tēnsus, or tentus, 3, a.

to stretch apart or out; extend, distend; fill, 1.433.

1
distineō, uī, tentus, 2, a.

to hold at bay, keep off, 11.381. (dis- and teneō)

1
distō, 1, n.

to stand apart; be distant, 3.116.

1
distrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to draw, tear asunder, 7.767.

1
distringō, strīnxī, strīctus, 3, a.

to draw apart; draw, blind, stretch, 6.617.

1
diū

(adv.), long, for a long time, 1.351. (old abl., cf. diēs)

10
dīva, ae, f.

a goddess, 1.632, et al.

20
dīvellō, vellī, vulsus, 3, a.

to tear asunder; tear in pieces, 4.600; tear away, 8.568; separate, scatter (others, drive away), 2.434; loosen, uncoil, 2.220.

4
dīverberō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

to strike asunder, cleave, cut, 5.503.

3
dīversus, a, um

opposite, contrary; away; ex dīversō, from different directions or from an opposite direction, 2.716; 3.232.

2
dīversus, a, um

turned apart; opposite, contrary; away, 5.166; different, various, 2.298; distant, far remote, 3.4; pl., apart, 9.623; in different directions, 1.70; different parts of, 5.676; in different places, 12.501; dīversa urbs, different parts of the city, 12.621; in dīversa, different or opposite ways; asunder, 8.642.

25
dīvertō, vertī, versus, 3, n.

to turn one’s self, turn or go apart.

2
dīves, itis, and dīs, dīte

(adj.), rich, wealthy; fertile, 7.262; w. gen., rich in respect of, rich in, 1.14; w. abl., rich in, abounding in, 4.38; superl., dītissimus, a, um, the richest, wealthiest, 1.343; very rich, opulent, 9.360.

16
dīvidō, vīsī, vīsus, 3, a.

divide; cleave, 9.751; separate, 3.383; to divide by being inlaid; to be set in, 10.134; distribute, 1.197; open, break through, 2.234; of the mind, to turn, 4.285.

8
dīvīnus, a, um

adj. (dīvus), relating to the gods; heaven-descended, divine, 5.47; heavenly, 1.403; inspired, prophetic, 3.373.

1
dīvīnus, a, um

adj. (dīvus), relating to the gods; heaven-descended, divine, 5.47; heavenly, 1.403; inspired, prophetic, 3.373.

10
dīvitiae, ārum, f.

riches, wealth, 6.610. (dīves)

1
dīvortium, iī, n.

a separation; a parting, or crossway, 9.379. (dīvortō or dīvertō)

1
dīvus (dīus), a, um

(adj.), divine; godlike, 11.657; subst., dīvus, ī, m., a god, freq.; the image of a god, 12.286; dīva, ae, f., a goddess, 1.632, et al.

1
dīvus, ī, m.

a god, freq.; the image of a god, 12.286; dīva, ae, f., a goddess, 1.632, et al.

69
dīvus (dīus), a, um

(adj.), divine; godlike, 11.657; subst., dīvus, ī, m., a god, freq.; the image of a god, 12.286; dīva, ae, f., a goddess, 1.632, et al.

5
dō, dedī, datus, dare, a.

to give, freq.; grant, 1.79; bestow, 12.394; offer, 8.106; show, betray, 12.69; present, make, render, effect, 9.323; consign, throw, cast, 2.566; yield, resign, 11.162; supply, 2.391; bring, 4.683; give forth, spread, 12.301; make, 11.385; form, 12.575; direct, 3.337; establish, ordain, 12.192; unfurl, 1.35; often w. infin. as object acc., 5.538; sē dare, to intrust one’s self, venture upon, 9.56; to be given or afforded, 4.627; dare dēfēnsum, to defend completely, 12.437; dare poenās, to suffer punishment. Dare, w. a substantive following, may often be translated by the verb kindred with the latter; as, dare complexūs, to embrace, 1.687; dare partū, to bring forth, bear, 1.274.

317
doceō, uī, tus, 2, a.

to teach, instruct, 6.292; tell, inform, 1.332; describe, recount, 3.717; interpret, explain, 5.523; p., doctus, a, um, well-informed; learned, wise, experienced, skillful, 10.225, et al.

20
doctus, a, um

well-informed; learned, wise, experienced, skillful, 10.225, et al. (doceō)

2
Dōdōnaeus, a, um

(adj.), of, Dodona; Dodonaean, 3.466.

1
doleō, uī, itus, 2, n. and a.

to be in pain; to grieve, sorrow, mourn, freq.; to endure grief, 4.434; to be displeased, angry, 1.9; to feel indignation, shame, disgrace, 11.732.

6
Dolichāōn, onis, m.

a Trojan, 10.696.

1
dolō, ōnis, m.

a staff or pole with an iron point; a pike, 7.664.

1
Dolōn, ōnis, m.

a Trojan spy, 12.347.

1
Dolopes, um, m.

the Dolopians, a warlike tribe of Thessaly, followers of Pyrrhus at Troy, 2.7.

4
dolor, ōris, m.

pain, 4.693; grief, anguish, 4.474; resentment, 1.25; fury, vengeance, 2.594. (doleō)

40
dolus, ī, m.

artifice, device, stratagem, 2.390; fraud, treachery, wile, 2.34; deception, craft, 1.684; secret or hidden crime, crafty misdeed, 6.567; (fig.), maze, 5.590; treacherous work or fabric, 2.264.

26
domina, ae, f.

mistress, queen, 3.438; goddess, 3.113. (dominus)

5
dominor, ātus sum (pass. inf., dominārier, 7.70), 1, dep. n.

to be lord or master; rule, reign, be supreme, 2.363; foll. by abl. w. in, 2.327; by abl. without in, 6.766; and in 1.285; take possession, overrun, prevail. (dominus)

6
dominus, ī, m.

a master, owner, lord, ruler, 1.282, et al. (rel. to domō)

9
domitō, 1, intens. a.

to tame; train, exercise, 7.163. (domō)

1
domitor, ōris, m.

a tamer, 7.189; ruler, sovereign, 5.799. (domō)

7
domō, uī, itus, 1, a.

to tame, train, vanquish, 2.198; subdue, 6.80; till, 9.608.

4
domus, ī or ūs, f.

house, habitation, dwelling, palace, mansion, 1.637, et al.; home, 1.600; structure, building, 6.27; nest, 5.214; haunt, 3.647; abode, region, 6.534; family, house, race, posterity, country, lineage, 1.284, et al.; pl., a palatial building with its several courts; palace, 2.445; gen. as locat., domī, in the house, at home; acc., domum, homeward, home.

85
dōnec

(adv.), as long as, while; until, till at length, w. indic., 1.273; w. subj., 11.860. (contract. fr. dōnicum, until)

14
dōnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to present; give, 5.262; reward, 5.268; w. acc. and abl., 5.361. (dōnum)

7
dōnum, ī, n.

a gift, present, 1.652; reward, prize, 5.266; sacrifice, offering, 3.301; 4.63; bounty, blessing, 2.269. (dō)

58
Donūsa, ae, f.

an island between the Cyclades and Crete; one of the Sporades, 3.125.

1
Dōricus, a, um

(adj.), Doric; Greek, 2.27.

2
dorsum, ī, n.

the back, 11.577; a ridge, reef of rocks, 1.110; a bank, 10.303.

5
Doryclus, ī, m.

Doryclus, a follower of Aeneas, 5.620.

2
dōs, dōtis, f.

a marriage portion, dowry, 7.423. (dō)

1
dōtālis, e

adj. (dōs), pertaining to a dowry, dotal, 4.104.

3
dōtō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to endow, portion, 7.318. (dōs)

1
Dōtō, ūs, f.

a sea nymph, 9.102.

1
dracō, ōnis, m.

a dragon or fabulous kind of serpent, 4.484; a serpent, 2.225.

3
Drancēs, is, m.

a Latin hero, 11.122, et al.

7
Drepanum, ī, n.

Drepanum, a town on the western coast of Sicily, now Trapani, 3.707.

1
Drūsus, ī, m.

the family name of several distinguished Romans, 6.824.

1
Dryopē, ēs, f.

a wood nymph, 10.551.

1
Dryopes, um, m.

the Dryopes, a Pelasgian tribe, at first of Thessaly, later of Messene, 4.146.

1
Dryops, opis, m.

Dryops, a Trojan follower of Aeneas, 10.346.

1
dubitō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to doubt, 3.170; hesitate, 6.806; fear, 8.614; to be in meditation, to ponder, 9.191; p., dubitandus, a, um, to be questioned, 3.170.

7
dubius, a, um

(adj.), uncertain, doubting, doubtful; active, 1.218; 4.55; passive, to be doubted, uncertain, doubtful, 2.359.

1
dubius, a, um

(adj.), uncertain, doubting, doubtful; active, 1.218; 4.55; passive, to be doubted, uncertain, doubtful, 2.359.

9
dūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead, freq.; draw; guide, direct, conduct, 1.401; stretch, strain, draw, 11.860; draw, unsheath, 12.378; incline, 5.7; usher in, 2.802; draw over one’s self, take on, 10.192; take (a wife), raise, build, 1.423; of metals, beat out, form, fashion, 7.634; mold, express, 6.848; choose by drawing lots; choose, 2.201; receive, 5.534; spend, protract, 6.539; draw out, prolong, 2.641; continue, 1.642; calculate, reckon, 6.690; deem, think, 10.669; derive, 5.568; (pass.), dūcī, to be descended; to descend, spring from, 1.19.

77
ductor, ōris, m.

a leader, 1.189; captain, commander, 5.133; prince, king, 9.691. (dūcō)

23
dūdum

(adv.), a while ago; some time ago; lately, not long ago; just now, 2.726, et al. (diū and dum)

4
dulcēdō, inis, f.

sweetness; delight, joy, 11.538. (dulcis)

1
dulcis, e

(adj.), sweet, 1.433; pure, clear, pleasant, delightful, 1.694; dear, 2.777.

23
Dūlichium, iī, n.

Dulichium, an island southeast of Ithaca, belonging to the kingdom of Ulysses, 3.271.

1
dum

(conj.), while, as long as, 1.607, et al.; even while (in the act of), 6.586; until, till, 1.265; yet, as yet, 11.70; until, while (of purpose), w. subj., 1.5; provided that, if only, w. subj., 11.792.

81
dūmus, ī, m.

a bramble, 4.526; brake, thicket.

8
duo, ae, o

(num. adj.), two, 2.213, et al.

22
duplex, icis

adj. (duo and plicō), twofold, double, 1.655; lying over each other, lapping, 9.707; both, 1.93; twin, 12.198.

10
duplicō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to double; double up, fold up or bend, 11.645; 12.927. (duplex)

3
dūrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to make hard, harden; to be enduring; endure, persevere; be firm, patient, bear up, 1.207; continue, last. (dūrus)

3
dūrus, a, um

(adj.), hard, to the touch; tough, stiff, 5.403; hardy, 5.730; sturdy, 7.504; strong, 2.479; harsh, unpleasant; stern, cruel; inexorable; insensible, 4.428; difficult, 1.563; grievous, heavy, 4.488; rough, dangerous, 3.706; much enduring, 2.7; 4.247; much suffering, tired with grief, 12.873.

2
dūrus, a, um

(adj.), hard, to the touch; tough, stiff, 5.403; hardy, 5.730; sturdy, 7.504; strong, 2.479; harsh, unpleasant; stern, cruel; inexorable; insensible, 4.428; difficult, 1.563; grievous, heavy, 4.488; rough, dangerous, 3.706; much enduring, 2.7; 4.247; much suffering, tired with grief, 12.873.

57
dux, ducis, c.

a leader, guide, head, 1.364; chief, captain, commander, 2.261; groom (others, a pilot), 3.470. (dūcō)

46
Dymās, antis, m.

Dymas, a Trojan warrior, 2.340.

3