HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
ā, ab, abs

(prep. with abl.), from, in relations of space, time, source, cause, and agency; from, 1.371; following a substantive directly, with ellipsis of participle, 1.160; at, on, to, 7.106; from the direction, on the side of, 5.19; in respect to, 11.174; according to, 9.235; from a period or point of time, 2.87; since, after, 1.730; (of persons), by, 2.429; ā tergō, from the rear, behind, 1.186; ab ūsque, as far as from, even from, 7.289. In composition, ab is unchanged before vowels and before i(= j), h, b, d, l, n, r, s; becomes abs before c, q, t, as before p; ā in āfui from absum; and au is used in auferō, from ab and ferō, and in aufugiō, from ab and fugiō.

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Abaris, is, m.

a Rutulian warrior, 9.344.

1
Abās, antis, m.

1. The twelfth king of Argos, grandson of Danaus, 3.286. 2. A Trojan, follower of Aeneas, 1.121. 3. An Etruscan, 10.427.

4
abdō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to put away; with the point or place where, in the abl. alone or with a prep., the acc. with prep., or the dative; to hide, shut up, 1.60; to bury, plunge, thrust, 2.553.

6
abdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead away; remove, take away, 3.601; take away by force, 7.362; draw back, 5.428.

4
Abella, ae, f.

Abella, a town in Campania, N.E. of Naples, 7.740.

1
abeō, īvī, or iī, itus, īre, irreg. n.

to go away, depart, 2.675; go off, go aside, turn off, 5.162; pass into, sink into, 9.700; go forward, take the lead, 5.318; retreat, 2.382; change or be transformed.

20
abiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to cast off, away or down, 10.736. (ab and iaciō)

1
abies, etis (often trisyll. in the oblique cases), f.

a fir tree; fir wood or fir timber, 2.16; (meton.), a ship, 8.91; a lance, 11.667.

6
abigō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to drive off or away from, i.e. beyond (others in), 8.407; drive away, 11.261. (ab and agō)

2
abitus, ūs, m.

a departure, 8.214; a passage, or outlet, 9.380. (abeō)

1
abiūrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to swear off; deny upon oath; deny, disavow, 8.263.

1
abluō, luī, lūtus, 3, a.

to wash away, 9.818; cleanse, purify, wash, 2.720.

3
abnegō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to deny, refuse, with acc. and dat., 7.424, with inf., 2.637; alone, 2.654.

3
abnuō, nuī, nuitus or nūtus, 3, a. and n.

to shake the head in dissent; refuse, with acc., 4.108; reject, 5.531; forbid, with acc. and inf., 10.8.

3
aboleō, ēvī, itus, 2, a.

to cause to wane or waste; to destroy, 4.497; cleanse, efface, wipe out, 11.789; obliterate the memory of, 1.720.

3
abolēscō, olēvī, 2, inc. n.

to decay, 7.232. (aboleō)

1
abripiō, ripuī, reptus, 3, a.

to take away violently; snatch, carry away, 1.108; 4.600. (ab and rapiō)

2
abrumpō, rūpī, ruptus, 3, a.

to break off, away, or tear away from, 9.118; tear asunder, rend, 3.199; end suddenly or abruptly, 4.388; put an end to, 4.631; violate, 3.55; p. abruptus, a, um, having burst, bursting, breaking forth, subst., abruptum, ī, n., anything broken off; a precipice; abyss, chasm, 3.422; in abruptum, headlong, 12.687.

9
abrumpō, rūpī, ruptus, 3, a.

to break off, away, or tear away from, 9.118; tear asunder, rend, 3.199; end suddenly or abruptly, 4.388; put an end to, 4.631; violate, 3.55; p. abruptus, a, um, having burst, bursting, breaking forth, subst., abruptum, ī, n., anything broken off; a precipice; abyss, chasm, 3.422; in abruptum, headlong, 12.687.

2
abscessus, ūs, m.

a going away, retreat, 10.445. (abscēdō, to go away)

1
abscīdō, cīdī, cīsus, 3, a.

to cut off, 12.511. (abs and caedō)

1
abscindō, scidī, scissus, 3, a.

to tear off, away, from, 5.685; separate, 3.418; tear, 4.590.

3
abscondō, condī and condidī, ditus, 3, a.

to put out of sight, hide, conceal; to conceal, 4.337; lose sight of, withdraw from, 3.291.

2
absēns, entis

(adj.), absent, 4.83. (absum)

2
absistō, abstitī, 3, n.

to stand off or away from, followed by the abl., alone or with prep.; withdraw from, 6.259; fly, dart from, 12.102; (with infin.), desist, cease, 6.399; (alone), stop, cease, 1.192.

11
abstineō, uī, tentus, 2, a. and n.

to hold or keep off from, or abstain from, with abl., 7.618; alone; abstain, restrain one's self, 2.534. (abs and teneō)

2
abstrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to drag or lead away, 8.263.

1
abstrūdō, trūsī, trūsus, 3, a.

to push or thrust off; to conceal, hide, 6.7.

1
absum, āfuī or abfuī, āfutūrus or abfutūrus, abesse, irreg. n.

to be away; to be absent, 2.620; distant, 11.907; to be wanting, missing, 1.584; inf., āfore, or abfore, will be wanting, 8.147.

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absūmō, sūmpsī, sūmptus, 3, a.

to take away; of death, to end, destroy, 3.654; exhaust, spend, 7.301; consume, devour, 3.257; cut off, end, 1.555.

6
abundō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to overflow; abound; abundāns, antis, overflowing, 11.547.

1
abunde

(adv.), with genit. (abundus), sufficiently, enough, 7.552.

1
atque, or ac

(conj.), and in addition, or and besides; and, as well, and indeed, and, 1.575; freq.; even, 2.626; in comparisons, as, 4.90; than, 3.561.

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atque, or ac

(conj.), and in addition, or and besides; and, as well, and indeed, and, 1.575; freq.; even, 2.626; in comparisons, as, 4.90; than, 3.561.

6
Acamās, antis, m.

Acamas, a son of Theseus and Phaedra, 2.262.

1
acanthus, ī, m.

the plant bear's-foot; the acanthus, 1.649.

2
Acarnān, ānis

(adj.), of Acarnania, a country between Epirus and Aetolia; Acarnanian, 5.298.

1
Acca, ae, f.

a companion of Camilla, 11.820.

3
accēdō, cessī, cessus (perf. ind., accēstis for accessistis, 1.201), 3, n.

to go or draw near to; approach, with acc. alone, 1.307. (ad and cedo)

11
accelerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to hasten; make haste, 5.675. (ad and celerō)

5
accendō, ī, cēnsus, 3, a.

to set fire to, light up, enkindle, 5.4; enrage, exasperate, incense, 1.29; incite, rouse, 4.232. (ad and candō, rel. to candeō)

25
accessus, ūs, m.

a going near to; an access, approach, 3.570. (accēdō)

2
accīdō, cīdī, cīsus, 3, a.

to cut into, or up; cut, 2.627; eat into, devour, consume, 7.125. (ad and caedō)

2
accidō, cidī, 3, n.

to happen, 12.593. (ad and cadō)

1
accingō, cīnxī, cīnctus (pass. inf., accingier, 4.493), 3, a.

to gird on; gird, 2.614; arm, equip, 6.184; make one’s self ready; prepare, 1.210; resort to, 4.493. (ad and cingō)

11
acciō, cīvī, cītus, 4, a.

to summon, call, 11.235. (ad and cieō)

2
accipiō, cēpī, ceptus, 3, a.

to take to one’s self; to receive, 1.304; take in or up, admit, receive, 1.123; 3.79; entertain, 3.353; see, 8.155; hear, attend, listen to, learn, 2.65; heed, regard, 4.611. (ad and capiō)

62
accipiter, tris, m.

a hawk, 11.721.

1
accītus, ūs, m.

a summons, call, 1.677; used only in the abl. sing. (acciō)

1
acclīnis, e

leaning on or against, 10.835.

1
accola, ae, c.

a neighbor, 7.729. (accolō)

1
accolō, coluī, cultus, 3, a.

to dwell near or by. (ad and colō)

1
accommodō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to fit one thing to another; to buckle, gird, 2.393. (ad and commodō)

1
accommodus, a, um

fit, suitable, 11.522. (ad and commodus)

1
accubō, uī, itus, 1, n.

to lie near or by, to recline, 6.606; bend over, project. (ad and cumbō)

1
accumbō, cubuī, cubitus, 3, n.

to lay one's self down, at or upon; recline, with dat., 1.79. (accubō)

1
accumulō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to place heap on heap; heap up, load; honor, 6.885. (ad and cumulō)

1
accurrō, currī, seldom cucurrī, cursus, 3, n.

to run to; run, hasten up, 5.451. (ad and currō)

2
ācer, ācris, ācre

(adj.), sharp; (fig.), bitter, pungent, 7.291; ardent, active, strong, 1.220; brave, valiant, 8.441; spirited, full of life, life-like, 5.254; elastic, springing, 7.164; swift, nimble, fiery, 1.444; fierce, furious, 2.414; keen, urgent, 1.362.

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acerbō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

to embitter; to aggravate, augment, 11.407. (acerbus)

1
acerbus, a, um

harsh, bitter, in taste; (fig.), cruel, fierce, 5.462; fatal, direful, sorrowful, sad, mournful, 5.49; 6.429; pl., acerba, ōrum, n., vengeful deeds, 12.500; (adv.), acerba, harshly, savagely, fiercely, 9.794.

13
acernus, a, um

of maple; maple-, 2.112. (acer, maple)

3
acerra, ae, f.

an incense box; a censer, 5.745.

1
acervus, ī, m.

a heap, pile, 4.402.

8
Acesta, ae, f.

a town in Sicily, named after Acestes, 5.718.

1
Acestēs, ae, m.

Acestes or Segestus, the son of Crimisus, a Sicilian river god, and Egesta or Segesta, a Trojan woman, 1.195.

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Achaemenidēs, ae, m.

Achaemenides, a companion of Ulysses, 3.614.

2
Achāicus (poet., Achāius), a, um

of Achaia; Achaean; Greek, 2.462. (Achāia)

2
Achātēs, ae, m.

Achates, a companion of Aeneas, 1.174, et al.

21
Acherōn, ontis, m.

the Acheron, a river of Hades, 6.295; (met.), the lower world, 5.99.

7
Achillēs, is (eos or ī), m.

the son of Peleus, king of Thessaly, and Thetis, daughter of Nereus, 1.468, et al.

22
Achillēus, a, um

of Achilles; Achillean, 3.326.

1
Achīvī, ōrum or um

the Greeks, the Achaeans 2.102.

9
Achīvus, a, um

Achaean; Greek, 1.488; pl. subst., Achīvī, ōrum or um, the Greeks, 2.102.

1
Acīdalius, a, um

pertaining to Venus; Acidalian, 1.720. (Acīdalia, an appellation of Venus, derived from the name of a fountain in Boeotia)

1
aciēs, ēī, f.

a sharp edge or point; edge, 2.333; an arrowhead, 11.862; the sight of the eye, 6.200; the eye, 4.643; an army in line of battle; army, 10.408; the shock, of battle, 12.662; light; pl., aciēs, the eyes, 12.558; squadrons, battalions, troops, 2.599; battles, 6.829; aciēs īnferre, to charge, 10.364.

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aclys, ydis, f.

a dart with a thong on its shaft, 7.730.

1
Acmōn, onis, m.

a Trojan, 10.128.

1
Acoetēs, is, m.

the armor-bearer of Evander, 11.30.

2
Aconteus, eī, m.

a Latin warrior, 11.612.

2
adquīrō, quīsīvī, quīsītus, 3, a.

to seek in addition; gain, 4.175. (ad and quaerō)

1
Acragās, antis, m.

Agrigentum, a city on the southern coast of Sicily, now Girgenti, 3.703.

1
Ācrisiōnēus, a, um

pertaining to Acrisione or Danaë, daughter of Acrisius; Acrisonean, 7.410. (Ācrisiōnē)

1
Ācrisius, iī, m.

a king of Argos, son of Abas, 7.372.

1
ācriter

(adv.), sharply, fiercely; (comp.), ācrius, more vigorously.

1
Ācrōn, ōnis, m.

a Greek warrior, 10.719.

2
acta, ae, f.

the seashore; beach, shore, 5.613.

1
Actius, a, um

adj. (poet. for Actiacus, from Actium), pertaining to Actium, a promontory and town of Epirus, celebrated as the scene of the decisive victory of Augustus over Antony and Cleopatra, in B.C. 31; Actian, 3.280.

3
Actor, oris, m.

1. The name of a Trojan, 9.500. 2. The name of an Auruncian, 12.94.

3
āctus, ūs, m.

a driving or impelling; speed, swift descent, 12.687. (agō)

2
āctūtum

(adv.), promptly, immediately, 9.255. (āctus)

1
acuō, uī, ūtus, 3, a.

to make pointed; to sharpen, whet, 8.386; (fig.), stimulate, provoke, 7.330; incite, rouse.

7
acus, ūs, f.

a needle, 9.582. (acuō)

2
acūtus, a, um

sharpened, pointed, sharp, 1.45. (acuō)

10
ad

(prep. followed by acc.) 1. (In relations of place), to, towards, at, by, near, before, freq., present with, among, 6.481; 2. (Of time), at, just at, about, by, 4.513, et al.; 3. (In other relations), in one’s esteem, with, 12.648; ad ūnum, even to a single one, to the last one, to a man, 5.687; ad ūsque, as far as, 11.262, et al.

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adamās, antis, m.

that which cannot be overcome; the hardest iron, steel, adamant, 6.552.

1
Adamastus, ī, m.

the father of Achaemenides, 3.614.

1
addēnseō, ēre, and addēnsō, āre, a.

to make compact; close up, 10.432.

1
addīcō, dīxī, dictus, 3, a.

to pronounce for; assign to; give up to, 3.653.

1
addō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to put or lay near to or by, put on, 5.817; add, join, 9.765; erect on, 3.336; give, impart, 1.593; add, bestow, 5.249; addere sē, to join, 2.339.

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addūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead or draw to; lead on, 10.380; draw to, bend, draw tight, strain, of the muscles, 5.141; of a bow, etc., 5.507.

8
adedō, ēdī, ēsus, 3, a.

to eat up, devour, consume, 9.537.

1
adeō, īvī or iī, itus, īre, irreg. a. and n.

to go to, approach; visit, 4.56; reach, 4.322; encounter, undergo, 1.10.

17
adeō

adv. (ad + eō, cf. is), to this or that point; so far, to such a degree, so very, so much; with correl. ut following, 11.436, et al.; explanatory of a preceding statement, so much, so, 1.567, et al.; so, therefore, 4.533; added to this, besides, moreover; frequently emphasizing a word or statement, aye indeed, aye also, indeed, even, 3.203; 7.427; iamque adeō and nunc adeō, and even now, now indeed, already, or moreover, 5.268; 9.156, et al.; ūsque adeō, up to such a point, even so, so much; vix adeō, hardly even, 6.498.

19
adhibeō, uī, itus, 2, a.

to hold or apply to, unite with, admit to, 8.56; to bring to, invite, 5.62; adhibēre animum or animōs, to give attention, 11.315. (ad and habeō)

3
adhūc

(adv.), to this place; to this time; hitherto, as yet, yet, still, 1.547, et al.; neque adhūc, and not even yet, nor yet.

11
adiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to throw to or upon; add, join, 12.837. (ad and iaciō)

4
adigō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to drive, take, bring to, 9, 601; thrust, 9, 431; to strike down, hurl, 4, 25; force, urge, impel, with inf., 6, 696; drive, 10, 850. (ad and agō)

8
adimō, ēmī, ēmptus, 3, a.

to take to one’s self; take from or away, 4, 244; pluck out, 3, 658. (ad and emō)

5
aditus, ūs, m.

a going to; an approach, avenue, access, passage, entrance, 2.494; (fig.), approach, 4.423. (adeō)

17
adiungō, iūnxī, iūnctus, 3, a.

to join to, moor, 9, 69; associate with, 8, 515; add, to ally, 7, 238.

7
adiūrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to swear by, with acc. of the thing sworn by, 12.816.

1
adiuvō, iūvī, iūtus, 1, a.

to give aid to; to help, aid, support, 5, 345; encourage, stimulate, incite further, 12, 210.

3
admīror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to admire, 6, 408; wonder, 2, 797.

2
admisceō, miscuī, mixtus or mistus, 2, a.

to mingle with, with dat.; to associate, unite, join, 7.579.

1
admittō, mīsī, missus (pass inf. admittier, 9.231), 3, a.

to allow to go to a place; to admit, 6.330.

2
admoneō, uī, itus, 2, a.

to put in mind; remind; admonish, warn, with acc., 4.353; incite, urge on, 10.587; with interrogative clause, 10.153; remind, remonstrate, caution.

8
admoveō, mōvī, mōtus, 2, a.

to move, bring near to; to carry, convey to, 3.410; apply to, touch; admovēre ūbera, give suck, 4.367.

3
adoleō, oluī, ultus, 2, n.

to cause to increase; to magnify, honor, adore, worship, 1.704; burn in sacrifice, offer, 3.547; fire, kindle, 7.71.

3
adolescō, olēvī, ultus, 3, inc. n.

to grow up, of animals or plants; become mature, ripen, 12.438; burn, blaze, 4.379; p., adultus, a, um, grown up; mature, 1.431. (adoleō)

1
adoperiō, operuī, opertus, 4, a.

to cover up, cover, 3.405.

1
adōreus, a, um

adj. (ador, spelt), of spelt or fine wheat, 7.109.

1
adorior, ortus sum, 4, dep. a.

to rise toward or upon, to approach; to aim at, undertake, attempt, 6.397.

2
adōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to pray to; supplicate, worship, adore, 1.48.

4
Adrastus, ī, m.

king of Argos, 6.480.

1
advehō, vexī, vectus, 3, a.

to carry or convey to; (pass.), advehī, sail to, 1.558; 3.108; foll. by acc., 8.136.

5
advehō, vexī, vectus, 3, a.

to carry or convey to; (pass.), advehī, sail to, 1.558; 3.108; foll. by acc., 8.136.

1
advēlō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to veil; wreathe, encircle, crown, 5.246.

1
advena, ae, c.

a new comer; a stranger, foreigner, 4.591; adj., foreign, 7.38. (adveniō)

5
adveniō, vēnī, ventus, 4, n. and a.

to come to a place; to arrive, come, 7.803; arrive at, reach, 1.388.

8
adventō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. n.

to come rapidly nearer; to approach, draw near, 5.328; 6.258. (adveniō)

4
adventus, ūs, m.

a coming, an arrival, 5.36; advance, 11.607. (advenio)

6
adversor, ātus sum, 1, dep. freq. n.

to be against; to oppose, 4.127. (advertō)

1
adversus, a, um

turned toward or against; before, in front, opposite, 1.166; opposing, 3.38; against the wind, 12.370; contrary, 2.416; toward, to meet, 6.684; (subst.), adversus, ī, m., an enemy, 9.761; adversum, ī, n.; in adversum, opposite, 8.237; pl., adversa, ōrum, n., misfortunes, accidents, 9.172.

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adversus (-um)

(adv.), opposite to , against , to , or toward a thing, in a friendly or hostile sense.

2
advertō, vertī, versus, 3, a.

to turn to or toward; turn, direct, 6.386; turn against, bring before, 12.555; of the mind, turn, direct, 8.440; attend, observe, mark, listen, 2.712; (pass.), come to, arrive at, 5.34.

17
adulter, erī, m.

an adulterer, 11.268.

2
adulterium, iī, n.

adultery, 6.612. (adulter)

1
adolescō, olēvī, ultus, 3, inc. n.

to grow up, of animals or plants; become mature, ripen, 12.438; burn, blaze, 4.379; p., adultus, a, um, grown up; mature, 1.431. (adoleō)

1
advocō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to call; summon, 5.44.

2
advolō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to fly to, fly, 10.511; hasten, run up, speed, 10.896.

4
advolvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll to; roll, 6.182.

1
ad ūsque

quite to, 11.262.

1
adytum, ī, n.

the inaccessible; the innermost part of a temple, accessible only to the priest; a shrine, sanctuary, oracle, 2.115; the interior of a tomb, or shrine of the dead, 5.84.

9
Aeacidēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Aeacus. 1. Achilles, as the grandson of Aeacus, 1.99. 2. Pyrrhus, the son of Achilles, 3.296. 3. Perseus, their descendant, king of Macedon, 6.839.

4
Aeaeus, a, um

(adj.), of Aeaea, the island of Circe; Aeaean or Colchian, 3.386.

1
aedēs, is, f.

in the sing., a temple; pl., a dwelling, palace, apartments, court, 2.487, 512.

6
aedificō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to build; to construct, make, 2.16. (aedēs and faciō)

1
Aegaeōn, onis, m.

Aegaean, a giant, also called Briareus, 10.565.

1
Aegaeus, a, um

(adj.), Aegaean; pertaining to the Aegaean, 3.74.

2
aeger, gra, grum

(adj.), indisposed; of the body, not well, suffering, sick, 5.651; wounded, 10.856; heavy, difficult, 5.432; feeble, 9.814; fainting, trembling, 5.468; wearied, exhausted, 2.566; of the mind, careworn, wretched, weary, sorrow-laden, 2.268; grieved, afflicted, desponding, oppressed, 1.208; heartbroken, 1.351; 4.389; of inanimate things, sickly, 3.142.

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aeger, gra, grum

(adj.), indisposed; of the body, not well, suffering, sick, 5.651; wounded, 10.856; heavy, difficult, 5.432; feeble, 9.814; fainting, trembling, 5.468; wearied, exhausted, 2.566; of the mind, careworn, wretched, weary, sorrow-laden, 2.268; grieved, afflicted, desponding, oppressed, 1.208; heartbroken, 1.351; 4.389; of inanimate things, sickly, 3.142.

2
aegis, idis, f.

the shield of Jupiter, carried also by Pallas; the aegis, 8.354.

2
aegrēscō, 3, inc. n.

to become sick; grow worse, 12.46. (aegreō, to be sick)

1
Aegyptius, a, um

adj. (Aegyptos), Egyptian, 8.688.

1
Aegyptos (-tus), ī, f.

Egypt.

2
aemulus, a, um

(adj.), striving to equal; competing, rivaling, 5.187; envious, 5.415; a rival for, aspiring, 10.371.

1
aemulus, a, um

(adj.), striving to equal; competing, rivaling, 5.187; envious, 5.415; a rival for, aspiring, 10.371.

3
Aeneadēs, ae, m.

a son of Aeneas; pl., Aeneadae, ārum, followers of Aeneas, the Trojans, 1.565; Aeneadae, 3.18.

18
Aenēās, ae, m.

1. A Trojan chief, son of Venus and Anchises, and hero of the Aeneid, 1.92. 2. Aenēās Silvius, one of the Alban kings, 6.769.

238
Aenēius, a, um

adj. (id.), of Aeneas, 7.1.

3
Aenīdēs, ae, m.

a son of Aeneus or Aeneas; Iulus, 9.653. (Aeneus, a collat. form of Aenēās)

1
aēnus, a, um

adj. (aes), of bronze; brazen, 2.470; subst., aēnum, ī, n., a bronze or brazen vessel; caldron, 1.213, et al.

4
aēnus, a, um

adj. (aes), of bronze; brazen, 2.470; subst., aēnum, ī, n., a bronze or brazen vessel; caldron, 1.213, et al.

10
Aeolia, ae, f.

Aeolia, an island near Sicily, the home of Aeolus, 1.52.

2
Aeolidēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Aeolus. 1. Ulysses, 6.529. 2. Misenus, 6.164. 3. Clytius, 9.774.

3
Aeolius, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to Aeolus; Aeolian, 5.791.

3
Aeolus, ī, m.

Aeolus. 1. The god who ruled over the winds, 1.52. 2. A follower of Aeneas from Lyrnesus, 12.542.

6
aequaevus, a, um

adj. (aequus and aevum), of equal age, 2.561.

2
aequālis, e

adj. (aequō), equal; of the same age, 10.194; fellow, companion; subst., c., companion, 5.468.

2
aequālis, e

adj. (aequō), equal; of the same age, 10.194; fellow, companion; subst., c., companion, 5.468.

3
aequē

adv. (aequus), equally; alike.

2
Aequīculus, a, um

adj. (Aequī), of the Aequi, a tribe adjacent to the Latins and Volscians, near Rome; Aequian, 7.747.

1
Aequīculus, a, um

adj. (Aequī), of the Aequi, a tribe adjacent to the Latins and Volscians, near Rome; Aequian, 7.747.

1
aequō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to make equal in size, number, weight, etc., 1.193; 5.419; to equalize, divide equally, 1.508; make equal in length, 9.338; in height, raise to, 4.89; to equal, be equal to; to be as high as, on a level with; keep pace with, 6.263; return equally, requite, 6.474; lift, exalt, 11.125; p., aequātus, a, um, made equal or even; steady, 4.587. (aequus)

19
aequor, oris, n.

an equal, horizontal, or level surface; the surface of the sea; the sea, 1.146; water, 6.355; wave, 3.197; a level field, plain, 5.456; low land, 12.524. (aequō)

89
aequum, ī, n.

that which is even; right, justice, 2.427; in aequum, to the open field, 9.68.

2
aequus, a, um

(adj.), plain, even; on a level with, leveled, with dat., 12.569; equal, open, fair, 11.706; equal, adequate, prepared, 10.450; favorable, 1.479; impartial, equitable, just, 6.129; unprejudiced, unbiased, 9.234; aequō pede, with foot to foot, face to face, 12.465; aequum est, it is just, 12.20; aequius fuerat, it would have been more just, 11.115.

27
āēr, eris, m. (acc. āera or āerem)

the air or atmosphere, 1.300, et al.

9
aerātus, a, um

adj. (aes), furnished with copper, bronze; made of bronze, 2.481; bronze-covered; with brazen prow, 8.675; armed with bronze; armed, 7.703.

9
aereus, a, um

adj. (aes), made of copper or bronze; bronze, brazen (see def. of aes), 1.448; brazen beaked, 5.198; of the copper or bronze plates or scales of a corselet, 10.313.

9
aeripēs, edis

adj. (aes and pēs), brazen- or bronze-footed, or hoofed, 6.802.

1
āerius, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to the air; airy, aërial, 5.520; rising into the air; towering, lofty, 3.291; air-cleaving, 9.803.

9
aes, aeris, n.

copper, bronze; brass, in one of the old English usages of that word, 1.449, et al.; anything made of copper or bronze; a trumpet, 3.240; cymbal; armor, 2.734; shield, 2.545; a bronze statue, 6.847; a track or course of bronze plates, 6.591; a ship’s prow or beak, or a copper-bottomed ship, 1.35; pl., aera, n., money, 11.329; aere nexus, bronze-bound, of bronze, 1.448.

30
aestās, ātis, f.

the summer, 1.265, et al.; summer air, 6.707; a year.

7
aestuō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to glow, to be dried up or parched; boil up; heave, foam, 6.297; fume, 8.258; rage, seethe, 12.666. (aestus)

4
aestus, ūs, m.

glowing heat; summer; a boiling; a billowy motion; waves of flame, flames, 2.706; wave, surge, 1.107; tide, sea, flood, 3.419; tide (of feeling), agitation, 4.532.

16
aetās, ātis, f.

lifetime, age, 1.705; old age, 2.596; period, generation, age, 7.680; lapse of time; time, 8.200. (for aevitās, fr. aevum)

12
aeternus, a, um

adj. (for aeviternus), lasting, through ages; eternal; immortal, 1.36; perpetual, 4.99; (adv.), aeternum, for in aeternum, continually, eternally, 6.401; for ever, 11.98.

4
aeternus, a, um

adj. (for aeviternus), lasting, through ages; eternal; immortal, 1.36; perpetual, 4.99; (adv.), aeternum, for in aeternum, continually, eternally, 6.401; for ever, 11.98.

20
aethēr, eris, m. (acc. aethera and aetherem)

the upper air; ether, sky, heaven, 1.90; in a general sense, air, 1.587, et al.

52
aetherius, a, um

adj. (aethēr), pertaining to the upper air; ethereal, heavenly, 1.394, et al.; airy, 8.608.

19
Aethiops, opis, m.

an Aethiopian.

1
Aethōn, onis, m.

Aethon, one of the chariot horses of Pallas, 11.89.

1
aethra, ae, f.

the cloudless air; serene sky; heaven, 3.585, et al.

2
Aetna, ae, f.

a volcanic mountain on the eastern coast of Sicily, 3.579.

4
Aetnaeus, a, um

adj. (Aetna), of Aetna; Aetnaean, 3.678.

5
Aetōlus, a, um

(adj.), Aetolian, 11.428; Aetōla urbs, Arpi in Apulia, built by Diomedes, 11.239.

1
Aetōlus, a, um

(adj.), Aetolian, 11.428; Aetōla urbs, Arpi in Apulia, built by Diomedes, 11.239.

3
aevum, ī, n.

indefinite time; lapse of time, time, 3.415; age, 2.638; old age, 2.509; life, 10.582; immortality, 10.235.

20
adfābilis, e

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

1
adfātus, ūs, m.

a speaking to; address, 4.284. (adfor)

1
adfectō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a.

to strive after; grasp, seize, 3.670; seek. (adficiō)

1
adferō, attulī, allātus, adferre, irreg. a.

to bring, bear, or carry, convey to, 12.171; bring hither, 6.532; to present, 3.310; (pass.), adferī, to be brought to, with acc., 7.217.

12
adficiō, fēcī, fectus, 3, a.

to affect; reward, 12.352. (ad and faciō)

1
adfīgō, fīxī, fīxus, 3, a.

to fasten to, put to, 9.536; perf. p. pass., clinging to, 5.852.

4
adflīctus, a, um

dejected, desponding, 2.92; wretched, troubled, 1.452. (adflīgō, flīxī, flīctus, 3, a.)

2
adflō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to blow upon; breathe upon, 5.739; blast, 2.649; inspire, 6.50; impart, 1.591.

4
adfluō, flūxī, flūxus, 3, n.

to flow to; (fig.), gather, flock together, assemble, 2.796.

1
adfor, fātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to speak to; address, 1.663; beseech, supplicate, 2.700; bid adieu, farewell to, 2.644.

28
Āfer, fra, frum

(adj.), African; (subst.), Āfrī, ōrum, m., Africans, 8.724.

1
Āfer, fra, frum

(adj.), African; (subst.), Āfrī, ōrum, m., Africans, 8.724.

1
Āfricus, ī, m.

the southwest wind.

1
Agamemnonius, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to Agamemnon; Agamemnonian, Argive, Greek, 4.471.

5
Agathyrsī, ōrum, m.

a Sythian tribe dwelling on the river Maros in what is now Hungary, remarkable for the practice of tattooing their bodies, 4.146.

1
age, agite

(imperat. of ago), onward! away! come on!

17
Agēnor, oris, m.

a son of Neptune and Lyba, king of Phoenicia and ancestor of Dido, 1.338.

1
ager, agrī, m.

the land pertaining to a person or community; land under cultivation; a field, 2.306, et al.; land, 1.343, et al.

28
agger, eris, m.

materials gathered to form an elevation; a heap of earth or stones, dike, embankment, bank, 1.112; 2.496; heap of earth, 9.567; top, summit, ridge, raised surface, 5.44, 273; a rampart, 9.769, et al.; a height or rising ground, 12.446; aggerēs, mountains, mountain ramparts, 6.830. (aggerō)

23
aggerō, gessī, gestus, 3, a.

to bear to; heap upon, add to, 3.63. (ad and gerō)

1
aggerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to pile up; (fig.), increase, aggravate, 4.197. (agger)

3
agglomerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to gather, assemble, crowd to, 2.341; sē agglomerāre, to join themselves to, 12.458. (ad and glomerō)

2
aggredior, gressus sum, 3, dep. n. and a.

attempt, dare, with inf., 2.165; to advance toward; attempt, 3.38; attack, 9.325; assail, hew, 2.463; accost, address, 3.358. (ad and gradior)

9
Āgis, idis, m.

a Lycian, follower of Aeneas, 10.751.

1
agitātor, ōris, m.

one who drives; a charioteer, 2.476. (agitō)

1
age, agite

(imperat. of ago), onward! away! come on!

5
agitō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n.

to put in motion; drive; drive away; drive, pursue, 2.421; persecute, 6.68; harass, haunt, 3.331; stir up, arouse, 10.71; hasten, 2.640; move, animate, 6.727; excite to, 9.187; practice, exercise, 12.397; spend, pass; (pass.), agitārī, to ride about, 11.694. (agō)

19
āgmen, inis, n.

that which is driven or moved; direction of movement; a train; gathering, winding; herd, flock, drove, 1.186; an army, on the march; battalion, squadron, 5.834; army, 11.60; troop, band, 5.549; company, multitude, throng, 5.378; assemblage, gathering, flood; motion, stroke, of oars, 5.211; stream, current, 2.782; course, 2.212; a leader, 10.561. (agō)

98
agna, ae, f.

a ewe lamb, 5.772. (agnus)

2
adgnoscō, nōvī, nitus, 3, a.

to recognize, 1.470.

30
agnus, ī, m.

a lamb, 1.635.

3
agō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to put in motion; to drive, 1.333; force, impel, 3.5; urge, incite, 7.393; advance, 9.505; move, turn, pursue, 10.540; drive away, dispel, lead, 4.546; send forth, raise, 6.873; rear by growth, 11.136; work, 3.695; work out, cut out, cleave, 10.514; convey, 1.391; bear onward, 3.512; bring, 9.18; do in general, 10.675; do, perform, 5.638; to be busy about, aim at, essay, try to accomplish, effect, gain, 11.227; treat, 1.574; derive, 12.530; consider, discuss, debate, 11.445; pass, spend, 5.51; (without an object), to be at work, to work, perform, 12.429; agere sē, to present one’s self, appear, 6.337; (pass.), agī, to move, hover, 12.336.

102
agrestis, e

adj. (ager), pertaining to the fields or country; country-, rustic, rural, 3.34; wild, 7.111; subst., agrestis, is, m., a rustic, 7.504; husbandman.

9
agrestis, e

adj. (ager), pertaining to the fields or country; country-, rustic, rural, 3.34; wild, 7.111; subst., agrestis, is, m., a rustic, 7.504; husbandman.

4
agricola, ae, m.

one who cultivates the land; a husbandman, 2.628. (ager and colō)

5
Agrippa, ae, m.

Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, one of the confidential counselors of Augustus, and his principal military commander, 8.682.

1
Agyllīnus, a, um

(adj.), of Agylla, a town in Etruria, afterwards called Caere, 7.652; subst., Agyllīnī, ōrum, m., the people of Agylla, 12.281.

1
Agyllīnus, a, um

(adj.), of Agylla, a town in Etruria, afterwards called Caere, 7.652; subst., Agyllīnī, ōrum, m., the people of Agylla, 12.281.

2
Aiāx, ācis, m.

1. Ajax, the son of Telamon. 2. Ajax, the son of Oileus, called also Ajax the Lesser, 1.41; 2.414.

2
āiō, 4, def.

to speak; to say “yes”; say, 1.142, et al.; sometimes pleonastic after fārī, etc., 5.551. (If the i in this verb is followed by a consonant, the a is short; as aīs, aīt; otherwise i coalesces with the following vowel; as āiō, pronounced ā-yō.)

46
āla, ae, f.

a wing, 1.301; the feather of an arrow, 9.578; the wing of an army; cavalry, 11.730; troop, battalion, 11.604; horsemen, mounted huntsmen, 4.121.

33
alacer (alacris, m., 5.380), cris, cre

(adj.), lively; active, eager; bold, darting, exulting, 10.729; joyful, 5.380.

5
ālātus, a, um

adj. (āla), winged, 4.259.

1
Alba, ae, f.

Alba or Alba Longa, a town on the Alban hills in Latium, from which Rome originated, 1.271.

6
Albānus, a, um

adj. (Alba), pertaining to Alba; Alban, 1.7; subst., Albānī, ōrum, m., the Albans, 5.600.

1
Albānus, a, um

adj. (Alba), pertaining to Alba; Alban, 1.7; subst., Albānī, ōrum, m., the Albans, 5.600.

7
albeō, 2, n.

to be white, 12.36. (albus)

1
albēscō, 3, inc. n.

to grow white, whiten; to brighten, dawn, 4.586. (albeō)

2
Albula, ae, f.

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

1
Albunea, ae, f.

Albunea, a fountain at Tibur; also personified as a nymph, 7.83. (albus)

1
albus, a, um

(adj.), white, 3.392; blank, undecorated, 9.548; subst., album, ī, n., whiteness, white.

23
Alcander, drī, m.

a Trojan, 9.767.

1
Alcānor, oris, m.

1. Alcanor, a Trojan hero, 9.672. 2. A Rutulian, 10.338.

2
Alcathous, ī, m.

a Trojan, 10.747.

1
Alcīdēs, ae., m.

a descendant of Alceus; Hercules, 5.414, et al.

12
āles, itis (gen. pl. sometimes alituum, 8.27)

adj. (āla), winged, swift, 5.861, et al.; subst. c., a bird, 1.394; an owl, 12.862.

11
Alētēs, is, m.

a companion of Aeneas, 1.121.

3
alga, ae, f.

seaweed.

1
aliēnus, a, um

adj. (alius), pertaining to another, another’s; strange; foreign, 4.311; intended for another, 10.781; not one’s own.

4
āliger, era, erum

adj. (āla and gerō), wing-bearing; winged, 1.663.

2
ālipēs, edis

adj. (āla and pēs), wing-footed, 12.484; subst. m., wing-footed horse.

2
aliquandō

adv. (alius and quandō), at some time; formerly, 8.602; at length, 8.200.

2
aliquis, quid

(indef. subst. pron.), some one, any one, something, anything, in affirmative sentences; some one, 6.864, et al.; some other, 2.48; acc., aliquid, as to something, in some respect, somewhat, in some degree, 10.84; (adv.), aliquā (sc. ratiōne or viā) (abl.), in some way. (alius and quis)

14
aliter

(adv.), in another manner; otherwise, 1.399. (alius)

14
alius, a, ud (gen. alīus, dat. aliī)

(adj. and subst.), other, another; repeated; alius — alius, one — another; pl., aliī — aliī, some — others, 1.427, 428; used once for aliī— aliī, 4.593; (adv.), aliō (old abl.), elsewhere, to another place; aliās (acc. pl. fem., sc. vicēs), at another time.

100
adlābor, lāpsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to glide to; (with dat., rarely acc.), sail to, reach, 3.569; advance, glide (with abl. of manner), 10.269; fly to, 9.474; descend, fall upon, 12.319.

9
adlacrimāns, antis

weeping, 10, 628. (p. of obsol. adlacrimō, shed tears)

1
Allēctō, ūs, f.

Alecto, one of the furies, 7.324, et al.

7
Allia, ae, f.

the Allia, a small stream running into the Tiber, eleven miles above Rome, where the Romans were defeated by the Gauls, B.C. 389, 7.717.

1
adligō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to tie or bind to; hold fast, hold, 1, 169; constrain, confine, 6, 439.

2
adloquor, locūtus sum, 3, dep. a.

to address, 1, 229.

14
adlūdō, lūsī, lūsus, 3, n.

to speak playfully; sport, mock, jest, 7, 117.

1
adluō, luī, 3, a.

to wash against, wash, 8.149.

1
Almō, ōnis, m.

a Latin youth, son of Tyrrheus, 7.532.

2
almus, a, um

adj. (alō), giving nourishment; fostering, genial, blessing, blessed, benign, 1.306; fruitful; gracious, kind, kindly, propitious, 7.774.

18
alō, uī, altus or alitus, 3, a.

to nourish, rear, 3.50; breed, 4.38; cherish, 4.2; animate, 6.726; encourage, 5.231.

8
Alōīdae, ārum, m.

the stepsons of Aloeus, sons of Neptune and Iphemedia, named Otus and Ephialtes; giants who stormed Olympus and were slain by Apollo, 6.582.

1
Alpēs, ium, f.

the Alps.

1
Alphēus, i., m.

the Alpheus, a river in Elis, supposed to disappear under the sea, and rise again as the fountain of Arethusa, in the island of Ortygia, near Syracuse, 3.694, et al.

1
Alphēus, a, um

(adj.), of the Alpheus, Alphean, 10.179.

1
Alpīnus, a, um

adj. (Alpēs), pertaining to the Alps; Alpine, 4.442.

3
Alsus, ī, m.

a Rutulian shepherd, 12.304.

1
altāria, ium, n.

the upper part of an altar; a high altar, 7.211; an altar, 2.515. (altus)

11
altē

(adv.), aloft, on high; high, 1.337; high up; deeply, deep; comp., altius, higher. (altus)

13
alter, era, erum (gen. sing. alterius, dat. alterī, in all genders)

adj. (rel. to alius), the other; one of two; the next; the second, 5.311; a single other; one- or another of the same class; another; any second one; with a neg., not one other, 1.544; alter — alter, the one — the other, 5.299; alter — alterius, each — other’s, 2.667.

29
alternō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to do by turns; to alternate (attack) by turns; weigh or consider one thing after another, 4.287. (alternus)

1
alternus, a, um

adj. (alter), one after the other; alternating, 6.121; by turns, in succession, 5.376; every second, 12.233.

9
altrīx, īcis, f.

a nurse; mother-, nurse-, native-, birth-, 3.273. (alō)

1
altum, ī, n.

the deep; the lofty; the deep sea, the main, the deep, 1.3; the sky, heaven, air, 1.297; from far, far-fetched, remote, 8.395. (altus)

28
altus, a, um

raised high; high built, high, lofty, 5.489; on high, aloft, 11.837; high-born, noble, ancient, 4.230; renowned, 10.126; deep, deep or deeply, 12.357; subst., altum, ī, n., the deep; the lofty; the deep sea, the main, the deep, 1.3; the sky, heaven, air, 1.297; from far, far-fetched, remote, 8.395; pl., alta, ōrum, high places, heights of heaven, 6.787; heights, hills, 11.797; battlements, 9.169; alta petere, to aim high, 5.508; comp., altior, ius, higher, taller, 8.162; superl., altissimus, a, um, very high, 8.234. (alō, rear, cause to grow)

175
alveus, ī, m.

a cavity, hollow; the hollow trunk of a tree; (meton.), a boat, 6.412. (alvus)

4
alumnus, ī, m.

a foster-son, 11.33, et al. (alō)

3
alvus, ī, f.

the abdomen, the belly; waist, 12.273; body, 2.51.

6
amāns, antis

(subst.) a lover; loving, fond wife, 1.352.

7
amāracus, ī, m.

marjoram, 1.693.

1
amārus, a, um

(adj.), bitter, brackish, salt, briny; (fig.), bitter, 4.203; biting, 11.337; cruel, 10.900.

7
Amasēnus, ī, m.

the Amasenus, a river of Latium, 11.547; the river-god Amasenus, 7.685.

2
Amastrus, ī, m.

a Trojan, 11.673.

1
Amāta, ae, f.

the wife of Latinus, 7.343, et al.

6
Amathūs, ūntis, f.

a town of Cyprus, 10.51.

1
Amāzōn, onis, f.

an Amazon, one of the race of female warriors, said to have dwelt on the Thermodon, in Asia Minor, 11.648, et al.

2
Amāzonis, idis, f.

an Amazon, 1.490.

1
Amāzonius, a, um

adj. (Amāzōn), Amazonian (such as the Amazons used), 5.311.

1
ambāgēs, is, f.

a going about; a winding, 6.29; (fig.), details, particulars, story, 1.342; mysteries, 6.99. (in good usage in the abl. sing. and all cases of pl.) (ambigō, go about)

3
ambedō, ēdī, ēsus, 3, a.

to eat round; to consume, devour, eat, 3.257.

2
ambiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a. and n.

to go round; encompass, 6.550; (fig.), approach, address, 4.283; entrap, circumvent, 7.333. (amb- and eō)

1
ambiguus, a, um

adj. (ambigō), uncertain; doubtful, undecided; 5.326; twofold, 3.180; dark, obscure, 2.99; unreliable, treacherous, 1.661; hesitating, uncertain, 5.655; in suspense, 8.580.

6
ambiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a. and n.

to go round; encompass, 6.550; (fig.), approach, address, 4.283; entrap, circumvent, 7.333. (amb- and eō)

3
ambō, ae, ō

(adj.), both, 1.458.

25
ambrosia, ae, f.

ambrosia, the food of the gods.

1
ambrosius, a, um

adj. (ambrosia), ambrosial, heavenly, divine, 1.403.

1
ambūrō, ussī, ūstus, 3, a.

to burn round; p., ambūstus, a, um, blazing, singed, 12.301.

2
āmēns, entis

out of one’s mind or senses; amazed, beside one’s self, frantic, mad, furious, 2.314; 4.203; distracted, 3.307.

13
āmentum, ī, n.

a thong attached to the shaft of a javelin or other missile; (meton.), a javelin with the amentum, 9.665.

1
amiciō, icuī or ixī, ictus, 4, a.

to throw around; veil, cover, 1.516. (am- and iaciō)

1
amīcitia, ae, f.

friendship; pl., friendly alliance, 11.321. (amīcus)

2
amictus, ūs, m.

a veiling or draping of the person; an upper garment, covering; cloak, mantle, veil, 3.405; 5.421. (amiciō)

11
amīcus, a, um

adj. (amō), loving, friendly, kind, favorable, propitious, of persons, 2.735; of things, 2.255, et al.; subst., amīcus, ī., m., a friend.

18
amīcus, a, um

adj. (amō), loving, friendly, kind, favorable, propitious, of persons, 2.735; of things, 2.255, et al.; subst., amīcus, ī., m., a friend.

12
Amiternus, a, um

adj. (Amiternum), of Amiternum, a Sabine town near the source of the Aternus; Amiternian, 7.710.

1
āmittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to send away; to let go, 5.853; 2.148; lose, 3.710; p., āmissus, a, um, missing 1.217; lost, 3.341; slain, 11.868.

22
Hammōn, ōnis, m.

Jupiter, or Zeus Ammon, a god of Egypt and Libya, 4.198.

1
amnis, is, m.

flowing water; a river, freq.; stream, 4.164; water, 12.417; amnis Eumenidum, the Cocytus, 6.374.

38
amō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to love, be fond of, like; (fig.), to keep close to, hug the shore, 5.163; without an object, to be in love, to love, 4.101, et al.

6
amoenus, a, um

(adj.), charming; usually to the sight, delightful, pleasant, 6.638.

5
amor, ōris, m.

love, affection, in all senses; the passion of love; love, affection, or esteem, in all human relations, as parental, filial, of friends, allies, etc., 4.624, et al.; of gods, 7.769; love, liking, fancy, fondness, preference, for things, 11.583, et al.; freq., the hippomanes, or bunch of flesh supposed to appear on the forehead of a new-foaled colt, and instantly devoured by the dam, unless intercepted, and used as a love-charm, 4.516; personified, Amor, ōris, m., Cupid, Love, the god of love, 1.663; pl., amōrēs, um, m., affections, love, 4.28; mutual love, 5.334. (amō)

75
amor, ōris, m.

love, affection, in all senses; the passion of love; love, affection, or esteem, in all human relations, as parental, filial, of friends, allies, etc., 4.624, et al.; of gods, 7.769; love, liking, fancy, fondness, preference, for things, 11.583, et al.; freq., the hippomanes, or bunch of flesh supposed to appear on the forehead of a new-foaled colt, and instantly devoured by the dam, unless intercepted, and used as a love-charm, 4.516; personified, Amor, ōris, m., Cupid, Love, the god of love, 1.663; pl., amōrēs, um, m., affections, love, 4.28; mutual love, 5.334. (amō)

3
āmoveō, mōvī, mōtus, 2, a.

to move away, take away, remove, 6.524.

1
Amphitryōniadēs, ae, m.

Hercules, the son of Amphitryon (so called, though he was the son of Jupiter by the wife of Amphitryon), 8.103.

2
Amphrysius, a, um

pertaining to the river Amphrysus; Amphrysian, an epithet of Apollo, who kept the flocks of Admetus on the Amphrysus; hence, of a priest or priestess of Apollo, 6.398.

1
amplus, a, um

(adj.), spacious, large, ample, 2.310; splendid, magnificent, glorious, 4.93; comp., amplior, us, larger; (adv.), amplius, more, longer, 1.683.

8
amplector, amplexus sum, 3, dep. a.

to embrace, clasp, 3.607; wind, pass around, 5.86; encircle, coil around, 2.214; (fig.), comprehend, embrace, in description.

12
amplexus, ūs, m.

an embrace, 1.687.(amplector)

6
amplus, a, um

(adj.), spacious, large, ample, 2.310; splendid, magnificent, glorious, 4.93; comp., amplior, us, larger; (adv.), amplius, more, longer, 1.683.

5
Ampsanctus, ī, m.

Lake Amsanctus, in the country of the Hirpini, from its noxious exhalations supposed to be one of the entrances to Hades, 7.65.

1
Amȳclae, ārum, f.

a town of Latium, 10.564.

1
Amycus, ī, m.

1. Amycus, a son of Neptune, king of the Bebrycians, famous for his prowess in boxing, 5.373. 2. A companion of Aeneas, 1.221. 3. Another Trojan of the same name, 9.772.

5
an

(conj., properly introducing the second member of a double question), or, 6.533; at the beginning of an interrogative sentence (the first member being suppressed), then, or rather, or perhaps, or even, 4.325.

19
Anagnia, ae, f.

Anagnia, a town of the Hernici, 7.684.

1
anceps, cipitis

adj. (am- and caput), two-headed or two-edged, 7.525; (fig.), twofold, 3.47; uncertain, wavering, doubtful, 5.654; 10.304; perplexed, perplexing, intricate, 5.589.

7
Anchemolus, ī, m.

a Latin warrior, 10.389.

1
Anchīsēs, ae, m.

son of Capys and Themis, and father of Aeneas by Venus, 2.687, et al.

48
Anchīsēus, a, um

(adj.), of Anchises, 5.761.

1
Anchīsiadēs, ae, m.

son of Anchises; Aeneas, 5.407.

6
ancīle, is, n.

a small oval shield, 7.188; pl., ancīlia, ium, the sacred ancilia, made by the Romans in imitation of the ancile which came down from heaven, 8.664.

2
ancora, ae, f.

an anchor, 1.169.

4
Ancus, ī, m.

Ancus Martius, the fourth king of Rome, 6.815.

1
Androgeōs, eō, and Androgeus, eī, m.

1. Androgeus, a son of the Cretan king Minos, murdered by the Athenians, 6.20. 2. A Greek chief at Troy, 2.371.

4
Andromachē, ae, f.

wife of Hector, 2.456.

6
anfrāctus, ūs, m.

a breaking round; the winding of a way in and out, ravine, 11.522. (am- and frangō)

1
Anguitia, ae, f.

Anguitia or Angitia, a sister of Circe, worshiped by the Marsi, 7.759.

1
angō, ānxī, ānctus or ānxus, 3, a.

to squeeze, compress, 8.260.

2
anguis, is, m. and f.

a snake of any kind, serpent, 2.379; hydra, 8.300.

12
angustus, a, um

adj. (angō), strait, narrow, 3.411; straitened, perilous, 11.309; subst., angustum, ī, n., a narrow place, passage, 2.332.

1
angustus, a, um

adj. (angō), strait, narrow, 3.411; straitened, perilous, 11.309; subst., angustum, ī, n., a narrow place, passage, 2.332.

7
anhēlitus, ūs, m.

hard-breathing; puffing, panting, 5.199. (anhēlō)

3
anhēlō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to pant, 5.254; of a furnace, to puff, roar, 8.421. (am- and hālō)

3
anhēlus, a, um

adj. (anhēlō), panting, gasping, throbbing, 6.48.

3
Aniō (Anien), ēnis or ōnis, m.

the Anio, a branch of the Tiber, flowing from the Sabine Mountains through Latium, 7.683.

1
anīlis, e

adj. (anus), of an old woman; an old woman’s, 4.641.

3
anima, ae, f.

a breeze or breath of air; the air; wind or blast of the bellows, 8.403; breath, 9.580; breath of life, the soul, spirit, life, 1.98; life-blood, 10.908; soul, 9.580; the soul of the dead, shade, manes, 5.81; the spirit or soul not yet inhabiting its destined body, 6.720.

50
animal, ālis, n.

a living being, animal, 3.147; a brute animal, beast, animal. (anima)

3
animōsus, a, um

courageous, full of spirit, bold, 12.277. (animus)

1
animus, ī, m.

the rational spirit or soul of man; freq., the mind, 1.464, et al.; design, intention, purpose, 4.639; mind, memory, 1.26; the heart; feeling, disposition, affection, inclination, 1.304, et al.; pl., animī, ōrum, m., lofty spirit, heroism, 6.782; daring; courage, confidence, 2.617; strength; passion; anger, rage, 1.57; arrogance, pride, 11.366; fury, 10.357; of things, life, velocity, 7.383.

162
Anius, iī, m.

a king of Delos and priest of Apollo, 3.80.

1
Anna, ae, f.

a sister of Dido, 4.9.

7
annālis, e.

adj. (annus), pertaining to years, or lasting through a year; subst., m., annalēs, ium, annals, records; story, history, 1.373.

1
annus, ī, m.

a year, freq.; a season, portion of the year; māgnus annus, a complete year, or the great annual circuit of the sun, 3.284.

2
adnītor, nīsus or nīxus sum, 3, dep. n.

to press upon; (with dat.), lean against, 12.92; lean, rest upon, 4.690; alone, make effort, strive, 5.226; ply the oars, 4.583.

8
adnō, nāvī, nātus, 1, n. and a.

to swim to, sail toward or to, with dat., 1.538.

3
annōsus, a, um

adj. (annus), full of years; aged, old, 4.441; hoary, 6.282.

3
adnuō, nuī (ūtus, rare), 3, a. and n.

to nod to; with dat., acc. and dat., and infin.; ascent, consent, 4.128; promise, 1.250; direct, permit, 11.20.

9
annus, ī, m.

a year, freq.; a season, portion of the year; māgnus annus, a complete year, or the great annual circuit of the sun, 3.284.

37
annuus, a, um

adj. (annus), annual, yearly, 5.46.

3
ānser, eris, m.

a goose.

1
Antaeus, ī, m.

a Latin, slain by Aeneas, 10.561.

1
Antandros (-us), ī, f.

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

1
ante

(prep., with acc.), in front of, before, 2.469, et al.; (of order or degree), before or beyond, 1.347; (of time), before, 4.328.

69
ante

(adv.), beforehand, 1.673; previously, past, 1.198; first, 12.680; followed by quam, = antequam.

33
anteeō, īvī or iī, īre, irreg. n. and a.

to go before; surpass, 12.84.

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

to bear before; to prefer, 4.371.

1
Antemnae, ārum, f.

Antemnae, a Sabine town on the Anio, 7.631.

1
antenna, ae, f.

a sail yard, 3.549.

1
Antēnor, oris, m.

Antenor, a Trojan prince, nephew of Priam, who fled from Troy, and settled in northern Italy at Patavium, shortly before the arrival of Aeneas in Latium, 1.242.

1
Antēnoridēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Antenor; Antēnoridae, the three sons of Antenor, Polybus, Agenor, and Acamas, 6.484.

1
antequam (or separated, ante quam)

(adv.), before that; sooner than.

4
Antheus (dissyl.), eos or eī, m.

Antheus, a companion of Aeneas, 1.181.

3
Antiphatēs, ae, m.

Antiphates, son of Sarpedon, slain by Turnus, 9.696.

1
antīquus, a, um

adj. (ante), done or existing before; pristine, of old, ancient, 1.12; aged, old, 2.714; former, 4.458; illustrious, noble, 12.529.

42
Antōnius, iī, m.

M. Antonius, the Triumvir, 8.685.

1
Antōrēs, ae, m.

a Greek warrior, follower of Evander, 10.778.

2
antrum, ī, n.

a cave, cavern, grotto, 1.166.

24
Anūbis, is or idis, m.

a god with the head of a dog, worshiped by the Egyptians, 8.698.

1
anus, ūs, f.

an old woman, 7.419.

1
ānxius, a, um

adj. (angō), troubled or troubling, disquieting, 9.89.

1
Anxur, uris, m.

Anxur, or Terracina, a town on the coast of Latium, 10.545; a Latin warrior, 10.545.

1
Anxurus, a, um

adj. (Anxur), of Anxur, 7.799.

1
Appennīnicola, ae, m.

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

1
Appennīnus, ī, m.

the Apennines, the great mountain chain of Italy, 12.703.

1
aper, prī, m.

a wild boar, 1.324, et al.

3
aperiō, uī, tus, 4, a.

to uncover, lay bare, 1.107; throw open, open, 2.60; disclose to the view, 3.206; disclose, reveal, 6.12; (pass.), aperīrī, to appear, 8.681; p., apertus, a, um, opened, 8.585; unguarded, 11.748; adj., open, 1.155; clear, pure, 1.587. (ab and root par, whence pariō)

16
aperiō, uī, tus, 4, a.

to uncover, lay bare, 1.107; throw open, open, 2.60; disclose to the view, 3.206; disclose, reveal, 6.12; (pass.), aperīrī, to appear, 8.681; p., apertus, a, um, opened, 8.585; unguarded, 11.748; adj., open, 1.155; clear, pure, 1.587. (ab and root par, whence pariō)

18
apex, icis, m.

the point of anything; peak, top, summit, 4.246; pointed flame, 2.683; cone of a helmet, 10.270; a peaked cap, 8.664.

6
Aphidnus, ī, m.

a Trojan, 9.702.

1
apis (-ēs), is, f.

a bee, 1.430, et al.

4
Apollō, inis, m.

Apollo, son of Jupiter and Latona; the god of prophecy, medicine, music, poetry, and archery, 2.430; met., a temple of Apollo, 3.275.

30
appāreō, uī, itus, 2, n.

to come into sight, appear, 2.622, et al.; be laid open, exposed to view, 8.241; attend, 12.850. (ad and pāreō)

17
apparō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to get ready, prepare; resolve, be ready; with infin., 11.117. (ad and parō)

3
appellō, pulī, pulsus, 3, a.

to drive to; bring, convey to, 1.377; draw up to, moor on the shore, 7.39. (ad and pellō)

4
appellō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to address; name, designate, call, 5.540. (1. appellō)

2
appetō, īvī or iī, ītus, 3, a.

to push for; attack, assail, 11.277. (ad and petō)

1
applicō, āvī or uī, ātus or itus, 1, a.

to fold upon; join to; impel, drive to, 1.616; fasten, nail to, 12.303. (ad and plicō)

3
aprīcus, a, um

adj. (aperiō), open to the sun; sunny; sun-loving, 5.128.

2
aptō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to fit, join, or fasten to; with acc. and dat., 8.721; put on, 2.390; get ready, prepare, 10.259; fit out, prepare, 1.552; with abl. of manner, 8.80. (aptus)

16
aptus, a, um

adj. (obs. apō, lay hold), fixed, joined to; joined together; fitted with, studded, 4.482; fit, adapted, meet.

3
apud

(prep. with acc.), near to; with, by, at, before, in presence of; near by, 5.261; among, 2.71; with, (in respect to the mind), 4.539; (with pronouns), at one’s home, on one’s ground.

6
aqua, ae, f.

water, 1.105, et al.; a stream, river.

19
Aquīcolus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 9.684.

1
aquila, ae, f.

an eagle, 11.752, et al.

1
Aquilō, ōnis, m.

the north wind; wind in general, 1.391; wintry, tempestuous wind, 3.285; the north, 1.102.

6
aquōsus, a, um

adj. (aqua), abounding in water, bringing rain; watery, rainy, 4.52.

3
āra, ae, f.

an altar, 2.514, et al.; funeral pile, 6.177; pl., Ārae, ārum, the Altars, a reef in the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and Africa, 1.109.

71
āra, ae, f.

an altar, 2.514, et al.; funeral pile, 6.177; pl., Ārae, ārum, the Altars, a reef in the Mediterranean Sea between Sicily and Africa, 1.109.

1
Arabs, abis, m.

an Arabian, 8.706.

1
Arabus, ī, m.

an Arabian, 7.605.

1
arātor, ōris, m.

a plowman, 10.804. (arō)

1
arātrum, ī, n.

a plow, 5.755, et al. (arō)

4
Araxēs, is, m.

the Araxes, a river of Armenia Major, 8.728.

1
arbor (-ōs), oris, f.

a tree, freq.; timber, wood, 5.504; an oar, 10.207.

19
arboreus, a, um

adj. (arbor), pertaining to a tree or trees; tree-like, massive, 12.888; branching, 1.190.

2
arbustum, ī, n.

a growth of trees; a grove; thicket, 10.363. (arbor)

1
arbuteus, a, um

adj. (arbutus), of the arbutus.

1
Arcas, adis, m.

an Arcadian, 10.452;(adj.), 11.835.

12
Arcadia, ae, f.

the central country of Peloponnesus, 5.299.

2
Arcadius, a, um

adj. (Arcadia), of Arcadia.

4
arcānus, a, um

adj. (arca), hidden, secret, 4.422; subst., arcānum, ī, n., a secret, 1.262.

1
arcānus, a, um

adj. (arca), hidden, secret, 4.422; subst., arcānum, ī, n., a secret, 1.262.

3
Arcas, adis, m.

an Arcadian, 10.452;(adj.), 11.835.

6
Arcēns, entis, m.

Arcens, a Sicilian, 9.581.

2
arceō, uī, 2, a.

to inclose, shut in; restrain, bind, 2.406; debar, keep off, repel, 1.435; protect, save from, 8.73.

9
arcessō, īvī, ītus, 3, a.

to cause to come; send for, summon, 5.746; hasten, provoke, 10.11; draw, derive; call up, bring, 6.119. (ar- for ad-, and cēdō)

3
Arcetius, iī, m.

a Rutulian warrior, 12.459.

1
Archippus, ī, m.

king of the Marsi, 7.752.

1
Arcitenēns, entis

adj. (arcus and tenēns), bow-bearing; subst. m., the archer; Apollo, 3.75.

1
Arctūrus, ī, m.

the principal star in the constellation Boötes; Arcturus, 1.744, et al.

2
Arctos, ī, f.

the constellation of the Great and Little Bear, or of the Great Bear alone; the north, 6.16.

1
arcus, ūs, m.

a bow, 5.500, et al.; the rainbow, 5.88.

23
Ārdea, ae, f.

Ardea, the chief town of the Rutulians, 7.411.

5
ārdēns, entis

burning, hot, sparkling, flaming, 5.637; bright, 4.482; impassioned, ardent, eager, 1.423; spirited, fiery, 1.472; glowing, lofty, 6.130; fierce, furious, 2.529; angry, 6.467. (ardeo)

36
ārdeō, ārsī, ārsus, 2, n. and a.

to burn; to be on fire, or in flames, 2.311, et al.; be burned, 2.581; (fig.), rage in combat, 1.491; burn with impatience, to long, 1.515; burn with love, 4.101; glow, 4.262.

28
ārdēscō, ārsī, 3, inc. n.

to begin to burn; (fig.), burn, 1.713; to increase, grow louder and louder, 11.607. (ārdeō)

2
ārdor, ōris, m.

a burning; fire, flame, 11.786; heat, drought; ardor, zeal, fervor, 4.581. (ārdeō)

5
arduum, uī, n.

a high place; height, 5.695; 7.562.

4
arduus, a, um

(adj.), steep; erect, high, raised high, 2.475; 5.480; lofty, towering, 2.328; rearing, 11.638.

28
harēna, ae, f.

sand, 1.112; sandy shore, strand, 1.540; sandy ground, arena; space for races; an arena, 5.336.

25
harēnōsus, a, um

adj. (harēna), sandy, 4.257.

1
āreō, uī, 2, n.

to be dry; wither, 3.142; p., ārēns, entis, dry; dried up, shallow, 3.350; dry, thirsty.

3
Arethūsa, ae, f.

1. Arethusa, a nymph; 2. A fountain near Syracuse, 3.696.

1
argenteus, a, um

adj. (argentum), silver-, silvery, white, 8.655.

1
argentum, ī, n.

silver, 1.359, et al.; articles of silver; plate, 1.640.

14
Argī, ōrum, m., and Argos, n.

Argos, the capital of Argolis, and a favorite abode of Juno, 1.24; Greece, 2.95. (nom. and acc.)

9
Argīlētum, ī, n.

the Argiletum, a place in Rome at the foot of the Capitoline hill, 8.345. (argilla, clay; wrongly derived from Argī, lētum)

1
Argīvus, a, um

adj. (Argos), belonging to Argos; Argive; Greek, 2.254; subst., Argīvī, ōrum, Argives, Greeks, 1.40.

2
Argīvus, a, um

adj. (Argos), belonging to Argos; Argive; Greek, 2.254; subst., Argīvī, ōrum, Argives, Greeks, 1.40.

8
Argolicus, a, um

(adj.), of Argolis; Argolic; Greek, 2.55.

11
argūmentum, ī, n.

the means of making clear; subject, theme, story, 7.791. (arguō)

1
arguō, uī, ūtus, 3, a.

to make clear; to manifest, show, betray, 4.13; prove, 9.282; accuse, 11.384.

5
Argus (Argos), ī, m.

a guest of Evander, 8.346; Argus, the hundred-eyed keeper who was made the guard of Io, after she was changed into a heifer by Juno, 7.791.

2
argūtus, a, um

clear; clear-sounding; melodious; whistling, rattling, whizzing, 7.14.

1
Argyripa, ae, f.

Argyripa, afterwards Arpi, a town built by Diomedes in Apulia, 11.246.

1
Arīcia, ae, f.

a nymph, mother of Virbius, 7.762.

1
āridus, a, um

adj. (āreō), dry, parched, 5.200; thirsty.

2
ariēs, ietis (oblique cases often trisyll. aryetis, etc.), m.

a ram, freq.; a military engine, a battering ram, 2.492.

3
arietō (by synaeresis sometimes trisyll.), āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to strike; to stumble; dash, 11.890. (ariēs)

1
Arisba, ae, f.

a town in the Troad, 9.264.

1
arista, ae, f.

the beard of wheat; a head of wheat.

2
arma, ōrum, n.

arms, defensive and offensive, freq.; armor, 10.181; suits of armor, 8.565; (fig.), or warlike exploits, 1.1; conflict, 12.844; implements, equipments, instruments, utensils, 1.183; sails, 5.15; rudder, helm, 6.353; military power, warlike command, 12.192; war, conflict, 12.6; means of injury, weapons, 2.99; arma movēre (of the lion), to prepare for battle, 12.6; arma colligere, shorten sail.

279
armātī, ōrum, m.

armed men, warriors, 2.485. (armō)

2
armātus, a, um

armed, charged, 12.857. (armō)

11
armentālis, e

adj. (armentum), of a drove; of the herd; unbroke, 11.571.

1
armentum, ī, n.

collective (arō), beasts used for plowing; cattle, 2.499, et al.; of all kinds of animals, a herd, drove; of deer, 1.185; of horses, 3.540.

11
armiger, erī, m.

an armor bearer, 2.477; armiger Iovis, the eagle as the bearer of the thunderbolts of Jupiter; Jove’s armor bearer, 9.564. (arma and gerō)

5
armiger, erī, m.

an armor bearer, 2.477; armiger Iovis, the eagle as the bearer of the thunderbolts of Jupiter; Jove’s armor bearer, 9.564. (arma and gerō)

1
armipotēns, entis

adj. (arma and potēns), powerful in arms; valiant, brave, warlike, 2.425.

5
armisonus, a, um

adj. (arma and sonō), making arms to resound; with resounding arms, 3.544.

1
armō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to equip with arms; arm, equip, 2.395, et al.; fit out, make ready, prepare, 4.299; (fig.), imbue, charge, 9.773; p., armātus, a, um, armed, charged, 12.857; subst., armātī, ōrum, m., armed men, warriors, 2.485. (arma)

23
armus, ī, m.

the shoulder, strictly at the shoulder blade; of beasts, shoulder, 11.497; flank, side, 6.881; of men, the shoulder, 11.644

6
arō, āvi, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to plow; till, cultivate, 4.212; of navigation, to plow, 2.780; of age, to furrow, 7.417.

6
Arpī, ōrum

Argyripa, afterwards Arpi, a town built by Diomedes in Apulia, 11.246.

3
arrigō, rēxī, rēctus, 3, a.

to raise up; erect; bristle up, 10.726; (fig.), to excite, rouse; p., arrēctus, a, um, standing up, rising; erect, 5.426; bristling, 11.754; attentive, 1.152; animated, roused, encouraged, 1.579; ardent, intent; intense, 5.138; in fearful expectation, 12.731. (ad and regō)

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arripiō, uī, reptus, 3, a.

to seize for one’s self; seize, 9.561; lay hold upon; surprise, 9.13; (fig.), hasten to, gain, 3.477. (ad and rapiō)

7
Arrūns, untis, m.

Arruns or Aruns, an Etruscan follower of Tarchon, 11.759.

7
ars, artis, f.

acquired skill; dexterity, 5.521; art, 2.15; warlike device, craft, 5.442; skillful effort or toil, 5.270; attainment, science, 7.772; prophetic wisdom, 5.705; aim, vocation, pursuit, 6.852; avocation, craft, 12.519; artifice, plot, stratagem, intrigue, 1.657; craft, subtlety, cunning, 2.152; skillful or cunning workmanship, 5.359.

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artifex, icis, m.

an artist, 1.455; artificis scelus, the iniquity of the deceiver = the accursed falsifier, 11.407; subtle schemer, artful deviser, 2.125. (ars and faciō)

4
artus, ūs, m.

a joint of the body of man or beast, 5.422; a limb, 2.173, et al.; part, member, 6.726; frame, body, 9.490. (generally in the pl., except in later writers)

23
artus, a, um

(adj.), straitened, narrow; close, tight, 1.293.

2
arvīna, ae, f.

grease, tallow, 7.627.

1
harundineus, a, um

adj. (harundō), of reeds, reedy, 10.710.

1
arundō, inis, f.

a reed, arrow, 4.73.

7
arvum, ī, n.

arable land; land; a field, 1.246; soil; plain, the ground, 12.237; the shore, 2.209; pl., arva, ōrum, fields, lands, country; waters, 8.695. (arō)

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arx, arcis, f.

a citadel, stronghold, fortress, tower, 2.56, et al.; high abode, heaven, 1.250; a summit, height, 1.56; mountain, hill, 6.783; palace, 4.410. (arceō)

52
Asbȳtēs, ae, m.

a Trojan, 12.362.

1
Ascanius, iī, m.

Ascanius, son of Aeneas, and traditional founder of Alba Longa, 1.267.

41
ascendō, scendī, scēnsus, 3, a. and n.

to climb, mount, ascend, 1.419; scale, 9.507. (ad and scandō)

5
ascēnsus, ūs, m.

a climbing or ascending, 2.303. (ascendō)

1
adsciō, 4, a.

to ally, adopt, 12.38.

1
adscīscō, scīvī, scītus, 3, a.

to call to one’s aid; to ally, 11.308; to adopt, 11.472. (adsciō)

3
Āsia, ae, f.

1. Asia, a town of Lydia, near the river Cayster. 2. Asia Minor; Asia, 7.224, et al.

8
Asīlās, ae, m.

1. A Trojan warrior, 9.571. 2. An Etruscan chief and soothsayer, 10.175.

5
Āsius, a, um

adj. (Āsia), of Asia, a town near the Cayster; Asian, 7.701.

1
Āsius, iī, m.

a Trojan warrior, 10.123.

1
aspectō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to look at or upon, behold, 10.4; survey earnestly, 6.186; with admiration, 1.420; with regret, 5.615. (ad and spectō)

7
aspectus, ūs, m.

a looking at; (meton.), that which is looked at; a vision, 9.657; a view, sight, 4.314; appearance, presence, 1.613. (aspiciō)

7
asper, era, erum

(adj.), rough, 2.379; rugged, craggy, jagged, 6.360; chased, embossed, 5.267; (fig.), of the weather, stormy, 2.110; of temperament, spirit, or nature, barbarous, 5.730; formidable, fierce, 1.14; full of strife, warlike, 1.291; cruel, stern, 6.882; angry, 1.279; bitter, 2.96; displeased, 8.365.

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aspargō, inis, f.

a sprinkling upon; spray, 3.534. (aspergō)

1
aspergō, spersī, spersus, 3, a.

to sprinkle upon, to sprinkle. (ad and spargō)

1
aspernor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to slight, despise, 11.106. (ab and spernor)

1
asperō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make rough; raise, arouse, lift up, 3.285. (asper)

1
aspiciō, spexī, spectus, 3, a.

to look at; to behold, see, 1.393, et al.; (fig.), to consider, 1.526; regard, pity, 2.690. (ad and speciō, look)

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adspīrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to breathe to or upon, 5.607; breathe or emit fragrance, 1.694; (fig.), inspire, 9.525; aid, favor, prosper, 2.385; aspire, 12.352.

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Assaracus, ī, m.

Assaracus, a king of Phrygia, son of Tros, brother of Ganymede and Ilus, and grandfather of Anchises, 1.284; Assaracī, ōrum, m. the Assaraci, two Trojan heroes, 10.124.

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adsēnsus, ūs, m.

an assenting; answering sound, response, echo, applause, 10.97. (adsentiō)

2
adsentiō, sēnsī, sēnsus, 4, n.

and, more frequently, adsentior, sēnsus sum, 4, dep. n., to give consent; to assent, agree, 2.130.

1
adservō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to keep carefully; guard, watch, 2.763.

1
adsideō, sēdī, sessus, 2, n.

to sit by, besiege, 11.304. (ad and sedeō)

1
adsiduē

adv. (adsiduus), persistently, perpetually, constantly, 4.248.

2
adsiduus, a, um

adj. (adsideō), abiding by; persistent, constant, 4.447; perpetual, frequent, 9.245.

5
adsimilis, e

(adj.), like, similar to, 6.603.

1
adsimulō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make like; to counterfeit, feign, 10.639; (pass.), make one’s self like, 12.224.

2
adsistō, adstitī, 3, n.

to stand at, by, or present; stand, 12.790.

2
adsuēscō, suēvī, suētus, 3, a. and n.

to accustom to, make familiar, habituate to; with dat., acc. and dat., and infin., to get or become accustomed, be wont, learn; with abl., 7.746; adsuēscere bella animīs, instead of adsuēscere animōs bellīs, to cherish war in the heart, 6.832.

5
adsuēscō, suēvī, suētus, 3, a. and n.

to accustom to, make familiar, habituate to; with dat., acc. and dat., and infin., to get or become accustomed, be wont, learn; with abl., 7.746; adsuēscere bella animīs, instead of adsuēscere animōs bellīs, to cherish war in the heart, 6.832.

9
adsultus, ūs, m.

a leaping upon; an assault, attack, 5.442. (ad and saliō)

1
adsum, adfuī, esse, irreg. n.

to be near or by; to be present, at hand, or here, 1.595; to have arrived, 2.132; to be with, attend, 2.701; aid, accompany, 10.547; be propitious, 3.116; to beset, 2.330; inf., adfore, to be about to come, destined to come, 7.270. (imp. subj., adforem, -ēs, -et, -ent)

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adsurgō, surrēxī, surrēctus, 3, n.

to rise up; rise, 4.86; swell, fume, 10.95.

8
adstō, stitī, 1, n.

to stand at, near, or upon; alight, 1.301; stand, 9.677; be present, 3.150; stand or be ready, 3.123; impend, 3.194.

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astrum, ī, n.

a star, constellation; pl., astra, ōrum, heaven, 3.158; Tītānia astra, the heavenly bodies; the sun, moon, or stars, 6.725.

20
astus, ūs, m.

cunning; abl. astū, with cunning, craftily, 10.522.

2
Astyanax, actis, m.

Astyanax, the son of Hector and Andromache, put to death by Ulysses after the capture of Troy, to prevent the fulfillment of the prophecy which said that Troy should be restored by him, 2.457.

2
Astur, uris, m.

Astur, an Etruscan chief, 10.180.

2
asȳlum, ī, n.

1. A place of refuge; an asylum; a temple, sanctuary, 2.761. 2. The Asylum established by Romulus on the Capitoline, 8.342.

2
at and ast

(conj., denoting addition either with the notion of difference, or of decided opposition), but, 1.46; yet, still, after conditional propositions; in adding new particulars, and in transitions, but also, but, now, 4.1; denoting indignation, with execration, 2.535.

17
at and ast

(conj., denoting addition either with the notion of difference, or of decided opposition), but, 1.46; yet, still, after conditional propositions; in adding new particulars, and in transitions, but also, but, now, 4.1; denoting indignation, with execration, 2.535.

129
atavus, ī, m.

a great-great-great-grandfather, or forefather of the fifth previous generation; forefather, 7.474.

3
āter, tra, trum

(adj.), black; dark, gloomy, 1.60, et al.; smoky, lurid, 7.456; 4.384; clotted, dark, 3.622; soiled, blackened, 2.272; (fig.), sad, fatal, 6.429; venomous, deadly; of the odor of smoke, 12.591.

71
Athesis, is, m.

the Athesis, a river in the N.E. part of Upper Italy, 9.680.

1
Athōs (acc. on, ōna), m.

a mountain in Macedonia on the Strymonian gulf, 12.701.

1
Atiī, ōrum, m.

the Atii, a Roman gens, 5.568.

1
Ātīna, ae, f.

a town of Latium, 7.630.

1
Atīnas, ātis, m.

Atinas, a Latin chief, 12.661.

2
Atlantis, idis, f.

a daughter or female descendant of Atlas; Electra, 8.135.

1
Atlās, antis, m.

Atlas, a king of Mauretania, famed for his knowledge of the stars, and hence said to have borne the heavens on his head and shoulders, transformed, according to mythology, by Perseus with the Gorgon’s head into the mountain that bears his name, 1.741, et al.

8
atque, or ac

(conj.), and in addition, or and besides; and, as well, and indeed, and, 1.575; freq.; even, 2.626; in comparisons, as, 4.90; than, 3.561; repeated, atque — atque, both — and.

290
atque, or ac

(conj.), and in addition, or and besides; and, as well, and indeed, and, 1.575; freq.; even, 2.626; in comparisons, as, 4.90; than, 3.561; repeated, atque — atque, both — and.

3
Atrīdēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Atreus; pl., Atrīdae, ārum, the Atridae (Agamemnon and Menelaus), 2.104.

8
ātrium, iī, n.

a rectangular area in the middle of a dwelling, partly open to the sky; and often surrounded with a colonnade; the court or principal apartment of a dwelling; or, in a house containing more than one court, the forecourt or first hall; a court, hall, 2.483, et al.

6
atrox, ōcis

adj. (āter), cruel, fierce, relentless, 1.662.

2
attāctus, ūs (only in the abl., attāctū), m.

a touching; touch, 7.350. (attingō)

1
attingō, tigī, tāctus, 3, a.

to touch against; touch, grasp, 9.558; (fig.), attain, reach, arrive at, 5.797; come upon, overtake, 4.568. (ad and tangō)

7
attollō, 3, a.

to lift or raise up, throw, cast up, 3.574; rear, build, 2.185; (fig.), to rouse, excite, 2.381; with se, lift one’s self or itself, 4.690; come into view, appear, 3.205; (fig.), arise, be exalted, 4.49; (pass.), attollī, to rise, 5.127. (ad and tollō)

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attonō, uī, itus, 1, a.

to thunder at; p., attonitus, a, um, (fig.), stunned; agitated, 7.580; amazed, astonished, 3.172; afflicted, overwhelmed, 12.610; spellbound, hushed, 6.53. (ad and tonō)

7
attonō, uī, itus, 1, a.

to thunder at; p., attonitus, a, um, (fig.), stunned; agitated, 7.580; amazed, astonished, 3.172; afflicted, overwhelmed, 12.610; spellbound, hushed, 6.53. (ad and tonō)

1
attorqueō, 2, a.

to swing or hurl, 9.52. (ad and torqueō)

1
attrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to draw or bring to, 11.250; fetch, bring up. (ad and trahō)

1
attrectō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to handle or touch, with the notion of violating, 2.719. (ad and tractō)

1
Atys, yos, m.

a young comrade of Ascanius, 5.568.

2
avārus, a, um

adj. (aveō, desire), desirous of gain; greedy; covetous, avaricious, 1.363; rapacious, devouring, (fig.), of the land ruled over by an avaricious prince, 3.44.

2
auctor, ōris, m.

one who increases, promotes, or produces; an originator, author, contriver, 2.150; founder, father, 4.365; adviser, counselor, guide, 5.17; favorer, patron, abettor, 12.159; messenger, 10.510; sender, 9.421. (augeō)

17
audāx, ācis

adj. (audeō), daring, bold, warlike, 4.615; rash, 12.786, freq.

13
audēns, entis

venturing, daring, 2.347; bold, brave, 10.284; (compar.), audentior, bolder, more boldly, 6.95.

2
audeō, ausus sum, semi-dep., 2, a. and n.

to dare; with inf., freq.; dare, venture upon, attempt, with acc., 10.811, et al.; to venture, 2.347; p., ausus, a, um, having dared, daring, 5.792.

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audiō, īvī, ītus, 4, a.

to hear, with acc., or acc. and infin., freq.; to listen to, hear of, 2.11; to heed, 4.612; p., audītus, a, um, heard of, known by report, 7.96; p., subst., audītum, ī, n., a thing heard; report, 3.107.

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āveho, vexī, vectus, 3, a.

to carry away, 2.179; (pass.), āvectus esse, to have sailed away, departed, 2.43.

4
āvellō, vellī or vulsī, vulsus, 3, a.

to pluck, or tear off, or away from, with acc. and abl., take away, steal, 2.165; to force away, 11.201; p., avulsus, a, um, torn from, 2.608; torn, rent, 3.575.

12
avēna, ae, f.

oats; oat-, a straw, an oaten pipe; a Pan-pipe or syrinx.

1
Aventīnus, ī, m.

the Aventine mount in Rome, 7.659; a Latin chief, 7.657.

3
Averna, ōrum, n.

Avernus, a lake near Naples, between Baiae and Cumae, in Campania, now Lago d’ Averno. Near it was one of the entrances to Hades; hence, the lower world 3.442, 5.732.

2
Avernus, a, um

of Avernus (a lake near Naples, between Baiae and Cumae, in Campania, now Lago d’ Averno. Near it was one of the entrances to Hades), Avernian, 4.512; 6.118.

4
Avernus, ī, m.

Avernus, a lake near Naples, between Baiae and Cumae, in Campania, now Lago d’ Averno. Near it was one of the entrances to Hades; hence, the lower world, Avernus, 6.126; portus Avernī, the harbor of Cumae, near Avernus, 5.813. (ἄορνος, birdless)

3
āversus, a, um

turned away, 1.482; with averted faces, 6.224; askance, 4.362; remote, 1.568; (fig.), indignant, 7.618; displeased, 2.170.

6
āvertō, vertī, versus, 3, a.

to turn (anything) away from, followed by an abl. with or without a prep., 1.38, et al.; turn or drive away, 1.472, et al.; transfer, with acc. of place, 4.106; drive away, end, 4.547; neut. by omission of se, to turn away, 1.402; (pass.), avertī, as middle or dep., with acc., to be averse to; to shun, loathe.

22
auferō, abstulī, ablātus, auferre, irreg. a.

to carry, bear, or take away, 4.29, et al.; remove, cut off, 4.699; lay aside, leave off, 8.439; with se, withdraw, 4.389. (ab and ferō)

20
Aufidus, ī, m.

the Aufidus, a river in Apulia, 11.405.

1
augeō, auxī, auctus, 2, a.

to cause to grow or increase; increase, 5.565; load, pile, 7.111; augment, 7.211; multiply, 9.407.

4
augur, uris, m., and rarely f.

a soothsayer, foretelling from any kind of sign; augur, diviner, prophet, 4.376.

4
augurium, iī, n.

the business of the augur; augury, divination, 1.392; an augury, omen, portent, 2.703; oracle, 3.89; presage, 5.523. (augur)

11
augurō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to divine, conjecture, 7.273. (augur)

1
augustus, a, um

(adj.), venerable, 7.153; the surname given to Octavius Caesar by the senate, B.C. 27, and, after him, to the emperors generally, 6.792.

2
augustus, a, um

(adj.), venerable, 7.153; the surname given to Octavius Caesar by the senate, B.C. 27, and, after him, to the emperors generally, 6.792.

2
avidus, a, um

adj. (aveō, desire), longing, eager, 1.514; eagerly, quickly, 6.210; with longing, 3.132; eager for destruction, devouring, destructive, baneful; with infin., 12.290; with gen., eagerly, desirous of, eager for, 9.661.

8
avis, is, f.

a bird, 6.193, et al.

10
avītus, a, um

adj. (avus), of a grandfather; ancestral, ancient, 10.752.

2
āvius, a, um

pathless, 2.736; devious, unapproachable, 12.480; that cannot be tracked, inaccessible, eluding pursuit, 11.810; subst., āvium, iī, n., a devious, inaccessible place, or way, 9.58.

1
āvius, a, um

pathless, 2.736; devious, unapproachable, 12.480; that cannot be tracked, inaccessible, eluding pursuit, 11.810; subst., āvium, iī, n., a devious, inaccessible place, or way, 9.58.

4
aula, ae, archaic genit. āī, f.

a forecourt, atrium; court, peristyle (as surrounded with columns), hall, 3.354; palace, royal seat, 1.140.

3
aulaeum, ī, n.

a curtain, covering, hangings, embroidered stuff, tapestry, 1.697.

1
Aulestēs, is, m.

an Etruscan chief, 10.207.

2
Aulis, idis, f.

the port on the eastern shore of Greece, whence the Greek fleet sailed to the siege of Troy, 4.426.

1
Aunus, ī, m.

an Italian chief, 11.700.

2
āvolō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to fly away, 11.712.

1
aura, ae (archaic genit. āī), f.

the air in gentle motion; a breeze, 3.356, et al.; air, 4.278, et al.; a blast; ether, spirit, 6.747; splendor, brightness, 6.204; favor, applause, 6.816; pl., air, 1.59, 387; ad auras, to or into the air, on high, upward.

85
aurātus, a, um

adj. (aurum), gilded, golden, of gold, 12.163; embroidered with gold, 5.250.

10
aureus, a, um

adj. (aurum), of gold, golden, armed with gold, 11.490; gilded, 6.13; (fig.), beautiful, fair, 10.16; perfectly pure and happy, golden, 6.792.

36
auricomus, a, um

adj. (aurum and coma), golden-haired; (fig.), golden-leaved, or with golden sprays, 6.141.

1
aurīga, ae, m.

a charioteer, 5.146; a groom, 12.85.

8
auris, is, f.

the ear, 2.119, et al. (rel. to audiō)

25
aurōra, ae, f.

the dawn, morning, 3.521; personified, Aurora, the goddess of the dawn, who precedes the horses of the sun-god, 4.585; the east, 8.686; the sun, 6.535.

19
aurum, ī, n.

gold, 1.349, et al.; (meton.), a golden goblet, 7.245; golden bit, 7.279.

77
Auruncus, a, um

adj. (Aurunca), Auruncan, of Aurunca, an ancient town of Campania, 12.94.

3
Auruncus, a, um

adj. (Aurunca), Auruncan, of Aurunca, an ancient town of Campania, 12.94.

3
Ausonia, ae, f.

an ancient name of middle and lower Italy; Italy, in general, 3.496.

9
Ausonidēs, ae, pl. Ausonidae, ārum and ūm, m.

the Ausonians or primitive people of lower Italy; Italians, 10.564. (Auson, the eponymous father of the Ausonēs)

3
Ausonius, a, um

adj. (Auson), Ausonian; Italian, 4.349; subst., Ausoniī, ōrum, m., the Ausonians; Italians, 11.253.

6
Ausonius, a, um

adj. (Auson), Ausonian; Italian, 4.349; subst., Ausoniī, ōrum, m., the Ausonians; Italians, 11.253.

20
auspex, icis, c.

one who divines by watching birds; a diviner; (fig.), a leader, author, patron, guide, director, 3.20. (avis and speciō, look)

2
auspicium, iī, n.

an auspice; omen, token, sign, 3.499; power, authority, 4.103; will, 4.341; conduct, leadership, 11.347. (auspex)

9
Auster, trī, m.

the southerly or south wind, opposite to Aquilo; wind in general, 3.70; (meton.), the south.

13
ausum, ī, n.

a daring deed; outrage, 2.535.

4
aut

(conj., indicating an actual and positive alternative, and not, like vel, leaving the choice to the mind), or, 1.70, et al.; but sometimes used indifferently with vel, ve, sive, 1.379; repeated, aut — aut, either — or, 1.396, et al.

216
autem

(conj.), but, yet, however, truly, indeed, now, moreover, denoting contrast, difference, addition, or transition, freq.

28
Automedōn, ontis, m.

the charioteer of Achilles, and, after the death of Achilles, armor-bearer of Pyrrhus, 2.477.

1
autumnus, ī, m.

the season of increase; autumn, 6.309, et al. (cf. augeō)

1
avunculus, ī, m.

an uncle on the mother’s side; uncle, 3.343. (avus)

2
avus, ī, m.

a grandfather, grandsire, 2.457; sire, father, ancestor, 6.840.

17
auxilium, iī, n.

that which promotes; assistance, help, relief, succor, 1.571; pl. auxilia, ōrum, help, assistance, 2.163. (augeō)

30
axis, is, m.

an axle; synecdoche, car, chariot, 5.820; the axis of the heavens, the sky, the heavens, 4.482; the pole; the north pole, the north.

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