HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
Fabaris, is, m.

the Fabaris, a small branch of the Tiber, 7.715.

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Fabius, iī, m.

the name of a gens conspicuous in Roman history, of whom the most illustrious was Q. Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, who commanded the armies as dictator after the battle of Lake Trasimene, 6.845.

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fabricātor, ōris, m.

a constructor, contriver, framer, artificer, builder, 2.264. (fabricō)

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Fabricius, iī, m.

Fabricius, a Roman family name, esp. C. Fabricius, consul, B.C. 281 and 278, conspicuous in the war with Pyrrhus, 6.844.

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fabricō, āvī, ātus, 1, a., and fabricor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to construct, frame, build, 2.46. (fabrica, structure)

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fabrīlis, e

adj. (faber, smith), pertaining to a smith; forging, 8.415.

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facessō, cessī, cessītus, 3, intens. a.

to do effectively; perform, execute, 4.295. (faciō)

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faciēs, ēī, f.

the make or fashion of things; form, figure, 12.416; face, countenance, 1.658; image, specter, 7.448; aspect, 6.104; appearance, 3.310; form, kind, 6.560. (faciō)

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facile

(adv.), easily.

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facilis, e

adj. (faciō), that can be done; easy, 1.445; easily working, ready, skillful; of pliant, easy nature; good-natured; superl., facillimus, a, um, 11.761; (adv.), facile, easily.

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faciō, fēcī, factus, 3, a.

to make or do, with or without an object; freq.; constitute, render, make, 1.80; perform, execute, 1.302; do, 2.110; make or represent, in art, 8.710; compose, make; handle, manage, make, of sails or ropes, 5.281, 830; suppose, grant, 4.540; to cause, make, w. inf., 2.539; effect, cause that, take care, see, w. subj., 12.438; old fut. perf.; faxō, I will cause, will see to it, 9.154; p., factus, a, um, made, wrought, 10.527.

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factum, ī, n.

a thing done; deed, action, achievement, 1.364.

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Fādus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 9.344.

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phalārica, ae, f.

a heavy spear wound with combustibles; fiery dart, 9.705.

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falcātus, a, um

adj. (falx), scythe-shaped; hooked, crooked, 7.732.

1
Faliscī, ōrum, m.

the Falisci, a Tuscan people dwelling in Falerii; perhaps kindred with the Aequicoli, 7.695.

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fallāx, ācis

adj. (fallō), prone to cheat; deceitful, treacherous, false, 5.850, et al.

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fallō, fefellī, falsus, 3, a.

to deceive, cheat, ensnare, beguile, 1.688; counterfeit, assume, 1.684; to be unobserved by, escape the notice of, 2.744; make useless or deceptive, 5.591; disappoint, 4.17; to violate an oath, 6.324; (pass.), to deceive one’s self, be mistaken, err, 5.49; (impers.), fallit, it escapes one, is hid from or unknown to, 4.96.

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falsus, a, um

deceptive, misleading; delusive, 6.896; groundless, false, 2.83; pretended, feigned, 1.716; counterfeit, 3.302; longē fallēns, far-shooting (from a distant and unseen hand), 9.572. (fallō)

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falx, falcis, f.

a sickle, 4.513; a pruning hook or knife; scythe, 7.635.

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fāma, ae, f.

report, rumor, 1.532; tradition, 7.765; renown, name, fame, 1.463; glory, 9.195; fame, reputation, honor, 4.91; personified as a goddess, Fame, Rumor, 4.173. (cf. φήμη, report)

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fāma, ae, f.

report, rumor, 1.532; tradition, 7.765; renown, name, fame, 1.463; glory, 9.195; fame, reputation, honor, 4.91; personified as a goddess, Fame, Rumor, 4.173. (cf. φήμη, report)

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famēs, is, f.

hunger, 1.216; famine, 3.256; greed, desire, 3.57; personified, Famine, Hunger, 6.276.

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famēs, is, f.

hunger, 1.216; famine, 3.256; greed, desire, 3.57; personified, Famine, Hunger, 6.276.

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famula, ae, f.

a female house slave; maidservant, 1.703. (famulus)

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famulus, ī, m.

pertaining to the house; a house servant or slave; manservant, 1.701; attendant, 5.95.

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for, fātus sum, 1, dep. a. and n.

to speak, report, say, 1.131, 610; ger., fandī; cōpia fandī, opportunity of speaking, 1.520; fandō, by report, 2.81; while speaking, 2.6; p., fandus, a, um; subst., fandum, ī, n., that may be uttered; right, 1.543. (rel. to φημί)

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far, farris, n.

spelt, 4.402; grain or meal, 5.745.

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fās, indecl. n.

divine right or law; duty, justice, 3.55; privilege, 9.96; as predicate with esse, permitted, lawful, proper, incumbent, 1.77, et al. (rel. to for)

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fascis, is, m.

a bundle; burden, pl., fascēs, ium, the fasces or bundle of rods, a symbol of authority, borne by the lictors before the higher magistrates of Rome, 6.818; (meton.), civil honors.

2
fastīgium, iī, n.

that which is carried to a point or apex; the apex or point of a pediment; a gable, upper part of a house; roof, pinnacle, battlement, 2.444; slope of a trench; (fig.), chief point, 1.342. (fastīgō)

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fastus, ūs, m.

haughtiness, pride, arrogance, 3.326.

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fātālis, e

adj. (fātum), fated, 4.355; of fate or destiny, 2.165; sent by fate, 12.232; fraught with fate, destructive, calamitous, deadly, fatal, 12.919.

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fateor, fassus sum, 2, dep. a.

to own, admit, acknowledge, confess, 2.134; tell, declare, 3.609; consent, 12.568. (rel. to for)

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fātidicus, a, um

adj. (fātum and dīcō), prophetic, soothsaying, 8.340.

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fātifer, era, erum

adj. (fātum and ferō), fatal, deadly, 8.621.

2
fatīgō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to weary, tire, 1.316; exhaust, 11.306; goad, 9.610; harass, vex, pursue, 6.533; infuriate, 9.63; rouse, 4.572; beat up, hunt, scour, 9.605; disturb, confound, 1.280; strike upon, beat, 10.304; demand with importunity, clamor for, 7.582.

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fatīscō, 3, inc. n.

to come apart; to open, 1.123; gape open, 9.809.

2
fātum, ī, n.

that which is decreed; fate, lot, destiny, 1.299; a prophecy, an oracle, 1.382; misfortune, destruction, death, 4.20; natural destiny, a natural death, 4.696; the (usual) limits of life, 11.160. (for)

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faveō, fāvī, fautus, 2, n.

to be favorable to; befriend, favor, 1.735; applaud, 5.148; ore favēre, to keep reverent, religious, or solemn silence, 5.71.

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favīlla, ae, f.

ashes, embers, cinders, 3.573.

4
Faunus, ī, m.

Faunus, the tutelary god of husbandmen, identified by the Romans with the Greek Pan, 7.254, et al. (faveō)

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favor, ōris, m.

good will, partiality, favor, 5.343. (faveō)

1
faucēs, ium, f.

the jaws, throat, 2.358; (fig.), mouth, entrance, jaws, 6.241; defiles, 11.516.

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fax, facis, f.

a torch; firebrand, 1.150; fire, 4.626; of a meteor, fiery train, 2.694.

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fēcundus, a, um

(adj.), bringing forth; fruitful, productive, 6.598; teeming, 7.338.

2
fel, fellis, n.

the gall bladder; gall, bile; poison, 12.857; (fig.), wrath, 8.220.

2
fēlīx, īcis

(adj.), fruitful, 6.230; happy, lucky, fortunate, 3.493; successful, 11.196; skillful, 9.772; active, making happy; favorable, kind, propitious, 1.330.

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fēmineus, a, um

adj. (fēmina), pertaining to women; female, 9.142; a woman’s, of a woman, 2.584; of women, 4.667; fit for a woman, 12.53.

1
fēmina, ae, f.

a woman, 1.364.

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fēmineus, a, um

adj. (fēmina), pertaining to women; female, 9.142; a woman’s, of a woman, 2.584; of women, 4.667; fit for a woman, 12.53.

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femur, oris, and (from obsol. femen), feminis, n.

the thigh, 10.344; 788.

3
fenestra, ae, f.

an opening for the admission of light; loop hole, window, 3.152; opening, gap, breach, 2.482. (rel. to φαίνω, show)

3
fera, ae, f.

a wild beast.

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fērālis, e

(adj.), pertaining to the dead; funereal, funeral, 6.216; mournful, 4.462.

2
ferē

(adv.), almost, nearly, about; just, quite; generally, usually, for the most part; freq.

3
feretrum, ī, n.

a bier, 6.222. (ferō)

3
ferīnus, a, um

adj. (ferus), of wild beasts; of game; of animals, 11.571; subst., ferīna (sc. carō, flesh), ae, f., flesh, game, venison, 1.215.

1
ferīnus, a, um

adj. (ferus), of wild beasts; of game; of animals, 11.571; subst., ferīna (sc. carō, flesh), ae, f., flesh, game, venison, 1.215.

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feriō, 4, a.

to smite or strike, 1.103; cut, 4.580; pierce, 12.304; slay, 10.315; strike or slay the covenant victim; hence, of a treaty, to make, 10.154.

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feritās, ātis, f.

fierceness, 11.568. (ferus)

1
ferō, tulī, lātus, ferre, irreg. a.

to bear, bring, carry, 1.702; bear away, 2.374; bring against, 12.465; carry, drive, 1.536; bear, bring forth, breed; produce, give, 1.605; conduct, lead, 6.295; offer, 3.19; aim, 12.299; cast, throw, 2.570; move, 3.490; induce, cause, attend, 5.356; suffer, allow, 2.94; take away, 2.555; destroy, 2.600; bring, afford, 1.463; grant, put, 3.145; render, make, 3.529; derive, have (others supply sē w. ferēbat), 11.341; bear, suffer, endure, 2.131; carry or lift, in praises, exalt, extol; bring tidings, report, 1.645; bring to light, disclose, 2.158; propose, 10.150; relate, tell, say, 2.230; call, 7.208; impel, prompt, 6.675; direct, 2.34; require, 11.345; mē, tē, sē ferre, to bear, carry, present one’s self; move, stalk, 8.199; return, 7.492; go, 2.456; appear, 1.503; rise, 6.241; rush, 2.672; boast, 5.373; (pass.), ferrī, to be borne, carried, presented; to be rendered, to be, 4.110; rush, hurry, hasten, 2.337; ride, 5.587; march, 11.530; sail, 3.16; p., ferēns, of the wind, blowing; favoring, 4.430; sīgna ferre, to move the standards, move on to war, advance, 8.498; ferre manum, to engage in conflict, 5.403; ferre pedem, to come; return, go, 2.756.

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Fērōnia, ae, f.

an ancient Italian goddess, presiding over woods and orchards, 7.800.

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ferōx, ōcis

adj. (ferus), wild; impetuous; ferocious, fiery, fierce, 5.277; warlike, martial; proud, 12.895.

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ferrātus, a, um

adj. (ferrum), furnished or covered with iron; iron, 7.622; iron pointed, iron shod, 5.208; iron spurred, armed with the spur, 11.714.

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ferreus, a, um

adj. (ferrum), of iron, iron-, 3.45; (fig.), inflexible, stern, iron; of death, 10.745.

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ferrūgineus, a, um

adj. (ferrūgō), of the color of iron rust; dusky, dark, 6.303.

1
ferrūgō, inis, f.

iron rust; the color of iron rust; dusky or brown tint, 11.772; red or purple, 9.582. (ferrum)

2
ferrum, ī, n.

iron; an iron implement or weapon; battleax, ax, 2.55; sword, 1.350; arms; dart, arrow, 4.71; spear, javelin, 9.410; war, 10.10; iron point, 1.313; 9.633; curling iron, 12.100.

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fertilis, e

adj. (ferō), productive, fertile, fruitful, 9.136.

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ferveō, ferbuī, 2, n., and fervō, fervī, 3, n.

to boil; (fig.), to blaze, be bright, 4.567; flash, 8.677; glow, 11.195; stir, be alive, teeming, 4.407; move, speed on, 1.436; rage, 9.693.

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ferveō, ferbuī, 2, n., and fervō, fervī, 3, n.

to boil; (fig.), to blaze, be bright, 4.567; flash, 8.677; glow, 11.195; stir, be alive, teeming, 4.407; move, speed on, 1.436; rage, 9.693.

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fervidus, a, um

adj. (ferveō), glowing hot; glowing; fired, 9.736; furious, 7.397; boiling, 7.24; threatening, 12.894; eager, impetuous, 12.748.

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fervor, ōris, m.

fury, 10.578. (ferveō)

1
ferus, ī, m.

a wild beast; in gen., a brute; a beast, 2.51; courser, steed, 5.818; stag, 7.489.

3
ferus, a, um

adj. (rel. to θήρ, wild beast), wild, untamed; fierce, 10.12; hard, cruel, 2.326; mad, frenzied, 6.49; of prey, carrion, 10.559.

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Fescennīnus, a, um

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

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fessus, a, um

adj. (rel. to fatīscō), faint, wearied, tired; spent, exhausted, feeble, 2.596; languid; (fig.), strained, sea-tossed, 1.168; afflicted, 3.145; wearied with, exhausted by, w. gen., 1.178; w. abl., 5.715.

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festīnō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to make haste, hasten, 2.373; speed, quicken, hasten, 4.575.

4
festīnus, a, um

adj. (festīnō), hastening. 9.488.

1
fēstus, a, um

(adj.), festive, festal, 2.249.

3
fētus, a, um

pregnant, with young; bearing; filled, full, teeming, 1.51; 2.238; having brought forth; fruitful.

3
fētus, ūs, m.

a bearing or breeding; the young; the new swarm, 1.432; litter, 3.391; of vegetable products, growth, sprig, shoot, 6.207; fruit; product.

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fibra, ae, f.

a fiber, 6.600; root; entrail.

2
fībula, ae, f.

a clasp, brooch, buckle, 5.313, et al. (fīgō)

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fīctor, ōris, m.

one who molds, or shapes; deviser, 9.602. (fingō)

1
fīctum, ī, n.

falsehood, 4.188. (fingo)

1
fīctus, a, um

feigned, false, 2.107. (fingō)

1
fidēlis, e

faithful, trusty, secure, 9.707. (fidēs)

1
Fīdēna, ae, and Fīdēnae, ārum, f.

Fidena, a town of the Sabines, on the Tiber, five miles northeast of Rome, 6.773.

1
fīdēns, entis

(adj.), trusting, bold, confident, w. abl., dat., or gen., freq. (fīdō)

5
fidēs, eī, f.

a trusting; confidence, faith, belief, reliance, trust, 3.69; confident hope, trust, 9.260; trustiness, faithfulness, sincerity, fidelity, honor, 2.143; 4.597; an alliance, league, 10.71; truth, fact, 2.309; certainty, assurance, 3.375; personified as a goddess, Faith, Fides, 1.292, et al. (fīdō)

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fidēs, eī, f.

a trusting; confidence, faith, belief, reliance, trust, 3.69; confident hope, trust, 9.260; trustiness, faithfulness, sincerity, fidelity, honor, 2.143; 4.597; an alliance, league, 10.71; truth, fact, 2.309; certainty, assurance, 3.375; personified as a goddess, Faith, Fides, 1.292, et al. (fīdō)

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fidēs, is, mostly in the pl., fidēs, ium, f.

a lute string, string, or stringed instrument, 6.120.

1
fīdō, fīsus sum, 3, n.

to confide, trust, rely; freq., w. dat., 7.290; w. abl., 5.398; w. inf., dare, 5.69; p., fīdēns, entis, trusting, bold, confident, w. abl., dat., or gen., freq. (rel. to πείθω, persuade)

9
fīdūcia, ae, f.

confidence, trust, reliance, assurance, hope, 2.75, et al. (fīdō)

10
fīdus, a, um

adj. (fīdō), trustworthy, faithful, trusty, 1.188; safe, secure, hospitable, 5.24; w. gen., tuī fīdissima, most faithful to thee, 12.659.

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fīgō, fīxī, fīxus, 3, a.

to fix or fasten; freq., the object in or on which, in the abl., 1.212; abl. w. prep., 6.636; acc. w. prep., 9.408; fasten up, suspend from, 3.287; hang up, 1.248; set up, establish, make, 6.622; transfix, pierce, 5.516; hurl (fix by hurling), 10.883; wound, 10.343; inscribe, 11.84.

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figūra, ae, f.

a form, figure, shape, 12.862; sex, 6.449. (fingō)

3
fīlia, ae, f.

a daughter, 7.52. (fīlius)

4
fīlius, iī, m.

a son, 1.325. (rel. to fēmina)

14
fīlum, ī, n.

a thread, 6.30.

2
fimus, ī, m.

mire, slime, 5.333.

2
findō, fidī, fissus, 3, a.

to split, cleave, sever, crack; separate, divide, 6.540.

3
fingō, fīnxī, fīctus, 3, a.

to mold, shape, fashion, 8.726; form; render, 2.80; arrange, 4.148; conceive, think out, devise, invent, 3.18; feign, 11.406; imagine, suppose, think, 4.338; of the will or spirit, 6.80; p., fīctus, a, um, feigned; false, 2.107.

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fīniō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to end, put an end to, 11.116. (fīnis)

2
fīnis, is, m., and rarely f.

a boundary, limit, of space, time, or action; term, end, 2.619; 1.241; a goal, 5.328; pl., a starting point or barrier, 5.139; borders, 1.339; a country, territories.

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fīnitimus, a, um

adj. (fīnis), pertaining to boundaries; bordering upon, neighboring, 7.549; subst., fīnitimus, ī, m., a borderer; pl., fīnitimī, ōrum, neighboring tribes, people, 5.106.

2
fīnitimus, a, um

adj. (fīnis), pertaining to boundaries; bordering upon, neighboring, 7.549; subst., fīnitimus, ī, m., a borderer; pl., fīnitimī, ōrum, neighboring tribes, people, 5.106.

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fīō, factus sum, fierī

to be made, done; sacrificed, 5.763; to become, 5.620.

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fīrmō, āvī, ātus, 3, a.

to make firm or strong; make steady, assure, 3.659; to establish, mature; confirm, 2.691; ratify, 12.212; encourage, 3.611, secure, guard, 11.466. (fīrmus)

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fīrmus, a, um

(adj.), firm, strong, solid, 2.481; (fig.), resolute, steadfast, 6.261.

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fissilis, e

adj. (findō), easily split; fissile, 6.181.

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fīgō, fīxī, fīxus, 3, a.

to fix or fasten; freq., the object in or on which, in the abl., 1.212; abl. w. prep., 6.636; acc. w. prep., 9.408; fasten up, suspend from, 3.287; hang up, 1.248; set up, establish, make, 6.622; transfix, pierce, 5.516; hurl (fix by hurling), 10.883; wound, 10.343; inscribe, 11.84.

2
flagellum, ī, n.

a scourge or whip, 5.579; thong, 7.731. (dim. of flagrum, a whip)

4
flāgitō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to ask importunately; demand, 2.124. (rel. to flāgrō)

1
flāgrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to be on fire or in flames; burn, blaze, 2.685; glow, 1.710; flash, 12.167; blush, 12.65; rage, 11.225.

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flāgrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to be on fire or in flames; burn, blaze, 2.685; glow, 1.710; flash, 12.167; blush, 12.65; rage, 11.225.

1
flāmen, inis, n.

a blowing; blast, gale, breeze, wind, 4.241. (flō, blow)

3
flamma, ae, f.

a blaze or flame; freq., fire, 6.6; torch, 6.518; signal fire, 2.256; funeral flame or fire, 5.4; lightning, 6.586; beam, 4.607; flaming brand, 2.478; burning rage; flame of wrath, wrath, revenge, 2.587; burning love, fire, passion, 1.673.

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flammeus, a, um

adj. (flamma), like flame; fiery, flaming, 7.448.

1
flammō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to set in flames; (fig.), inflame, enrage, 1.50. (flamma)

2
flātus, ūs, m.

a blowing; wind; a blast, 4.442; breath, snorting, 11.911; (fig.), boasting, pride, 11.346. (flō, blow)

4
flāveō, no perf. nor sup., 2, n.

to be yellow; p., flāvēns, entis, growing yellow, 10.324; p., yellow, golden, 4.590. (flāvus)

3
Flāvīnius, a, um

adj. (Flāvīnium), of Flavinium or Flavina, in Etruria; Flavinian, 7.696.

1
flāvus, a, um

(adj.), yellowish; yellow, 7.31; gold-tinted, golden, 1.592; 4.559; yellow-haired, golden-haired; pale green, 5.309.

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flectō, flexī, flexus, 3, a. and n.

to bend; make by twisting, weave, 7.632; turn, guide, 1.156; rein, manage, 9.606; influence, sway, bend, move; retain, check, 12.46.

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fleō, flēvī, flētus, 2, n. and a.

to shed tears; weep, 2.279; mourn; a., lament, bewail, weep for, 6.213, et al. (rel. to fluō)

13
flētus, ūs, m.

a weeping; tears, 3.599; a flood of tears, 2.271; lamentation, mourning, 4.463; tearful, sad message, 4.437. (fleō)

10
flexilis, e

adj. (flectō), flexible, pliant, 5.559.

1
flexus, a, um

crooked, 5.500. (flectō)

2
flīctus, ūs, m.

a striking, dashing, collision, stroke, 9.667. (flīgō)

1
flōreō, uī, 2, n.

to be in flower, bloom; to be adorned with flowers; (fig.), blooming, decorated, 4.202; to be in the bloom, in the flower of age or life; to be prosperous, to flourish; to be bright, to flash, 11.433. (flōs)

3
flōreō, uī, 2, n.

to be in flower, bloom; to be adorned with flowers; (fig.), blooming, decorated, 4.202; to be in the bloom, in the flower of age or life; to be prosperous, to flourish; to be bright, to flash, 11.433. (flōs)

2
flōreus, a, um

adj. (flōs), flowery, 1.430.

1
flōs, flōris, m.

a blossom, flower, 6.708; flower, freshness, 7.162; down, 8.160; beauty, perfection, glory, flower, 8.500.

10
fluctuō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to wave, fluctuate; (fig.), toss, 4.532; rage, boil, 12.527. (fluctus)

5
fluctus, ūs, m.

a flowing; billow, surge, wave, 1.66; ocean, sea, 3.270; water, 5.182; (fig.), of the mind, 12.831. (fluō)

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fluentum, ī, n.

a stream, river, 4.143; current, water, 12.35. (fluō)

3
fluidus, a, um

adj. (fluō), flowing, fluid, running; dropping, 3.663.

1
fluitō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens, n.

to float, 5.867. (fluō)

2
flūmen, inis, n.

a stream, current, river, 3.389; torrent, flood, 2.305; water, 2.719; flood (of tears), 1.465; rēctō flūmine, by the direct stream, straight along the current or channel, 8.57. (fluō)

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fluō, fluxī, fluxus, 3, n.

to flow; freq., run, stream, 5.200; drip, 5.179; pour forth, 12.444; flock, crowd, throng, 11.236; sink, fall, 11.828; ebb, droop, wane, 2.169; p., fluēns, entis, (fig.), luxuriant; abounding with; p., fluxus, a, um, flowing away; perishing, waning, 10.88.

13
fluviālis, e

adj. (fluvius), pertaining to a river or brook, 4.635.

2
fluvius, iī, m.

a stream; river, 1.607; water, fountains, abundant water; secundō fluviō, by the favoring stream, with or down the stream, 7.494. (fluō)

25
fluxus, a, um

flowing away; perishing, waning, 10.88.

1
focus, ī, m.

a fireplace, hearth, 5.660; home, 3.134; place where the funeral pyre has been consumed, place of burning, 11.212; fire, firebrand, 12.285.

8
fodiō, fōdī, fossus, 3, a.

to dig; pierce, 6.881.

1
foedē

(adv.), foully, basely, shamefully, 5.794. (foedus)

2
foedō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make foul; defile, pollute, 3.227; (fig.), disfigure, mutilate, 2.286; lacerate, wound, 12.871; break, tear in pieces, destroy, 2.55. (foedus)

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foedus, eris, n.

a treaty, league, alliance, freq., truce, 5.496; side or party, 12.658; covenant, contract, 4.339; laws of hospitality, hospitality, 10.91; pledge, love, 4.520; law, term, condition, rule, 1.62. (rel. to fīdō, trust)

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foedus, a, um

(adj.), foul, filthy, loathsome, 3.216; malignant, 4.195; vile, base, 11.392.

5
folium, iī, n.

a leaf, 1.175.

12
follis is, m.

a pair of bellows; the bellows, 8.449.

1
fōmes, itis, m.

kindling stuff; fuel, 1.176. (foveō)

1
fōns, fontis, m.

a spring, fountain, 1.244; water, 2.686; living water, 12.119; lake, 4.512.

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for, fātus sum, 1, dep. a. and n.

to speak, report, say, 1.131, 610; ger., fandī; cōpia fandī, opportunity of speaking, 1.520; fandō, by report, 2.81; while speaking, 2.6; p., fandus, a, um; subst., fandum, ī, n., that may be uttered; right, 1.543. (rel. to φημί)

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forceps, ipis, f.

a pair of tongs, pincers, 8.453.

2
foris, is, f.

a door; often in the pl. with reference to double doors, 1.505; door or entrance. (rel. to θύρα)

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fōrma, ae, f.

form, figure, shape, 1.72; beauty, 1.27; kind, species, sort (of penalty), 6.615; (of crime), 6.626.

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formīca, ae, f.

an ant, 4.402.

1
formīdō, inis, f.

dread, dismay, apprehension, terror, fear, 2.76; awe, 7.608; personif., Fear, Dismay, 12.335. (formīdō)

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formīdō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to be in dread; to dread, fear; p., formīdātus, a, um, formidable, dreadful, 3.275.

1
formīdō, inis, f.

dread, dismay, apprehension, terror, fear, 2.76; awe, 7.608; personif., Fear, Dismay, 12.335. (formīdō)

1
fōrmō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to form, fashion, train; build, 9.80. (fōrma)

1
fornāx, ācis, f.

a furnace; forge, 7.636.

3
fornix, icis, m.

an arch, vault, 6.631.

2
fors, fortis, f.

chance, hazard, luck, hap, fortune, 1.377; nom., fors, as adv. (for fors sit), haply, perchance, 2.139, et al.; abl., forte, by chance, perchance, haply, 1.375, et al. (rel. to ferō)

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fors, fortis, f.

chance, hazard, luck, hap, fortune, 1.377; nom., fors, as adv. (for fors sit), haply, perchance, 2.139, et al.; abl., forte, by chance, perchance, haply, 1.375, et al. (rel. to ferō)

5
forsan

(adv.), perhaps, 1.203. (for forsitan)

3
forsitan

(adv.), perchance, perhaps, 2.506. (fors sit an)

1
fortasse

(adv.), perhaps, 10.548.

1
forte

by chance, perchance, haply, 1.375, et al.

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fortis, e

(adj.), strong, physically, powerful, sturdy; strong in spirit; courageous, valiant, dauntless, bold, brave, 1.101; noble, 10.865.

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fortūna, ae, f.

fortune, destiny, lot, chance, fate, 1.628; success, 10.422; the proper moment, a chance, 12.920; misfortune, calamity, 12.593; personified, 3.53, et al. (fors)

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fortūna, ae, f.

fortune, destiny, lot, chance, fate, 1.628; success, 10.422; the proper moment, a chance, 12.920; misfortune, calamity, 12.593; personified, 3.53, et al. (fors)

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fortūnātus, a, um

adj. (fortūna), befriended by fortune; fortunate, happy, blessed, prosperous, 1.437; w. gen., 11.416.

5
Forulī, ōrum, m.

a Sabine town, 7.714.

1
forum, ī, n.

a place of public assembly; market, exchange; forum, 5.758; Forum Rōmānum, the principal Roman forum or chief place of popular assemblies, situated nearly between the Capitol and the Palatine, 8.361.

2
forus, ī, m.

a gangway between the rowing benches of a ship; the inferior, the hold or hatches of a ship or boat, 4.605; pl., hatches, 6.412. (rel. to forum)

2
fossa, ae, f.

a ditch, trench, 7.157. (fodiō)

10
foveō, fōvī, fōtus, 2, a.

to keep warm; (fig.), foster, protect, cherish, 1.281; soothe, 12.420; caress, make love to, 1.718; rest, incline, 10.838; to toy away, enjoy, 4.193; cherish, hope, long, desire, 1.18.

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frangō, frēgī, frāctus, 3, a

to break, 1.104; crush, grind, 1.179; dishearten, discourage, 2.13; baffle; weaken, impair, ruin, destroy, 3.53.

2
frāgmen, inis, n.

a fracture; a piece broken off, fragment, 9.569. (frangō)

4
fragor, ōris, m.

breaking, the noise of breaking; a crash; noise; a burst or clap of thunder, 2.692; roaring, uproar, 1.154; shout, 5.228; noise of lamentation, 11.214. (frangō)

9
fragōsus, a, um

adj. (fragor), crashing, clashing, roaring, noisy, 7.566.

1
frāgrō, 1, m.

to emit odor; be fragrant; p., frāgrāns, antis, fragrant, 1.436.

1
frangō, frēgī, frāctus, 3, a.

to break, 1.104; crush, grind, 1.179; dishearten, discourage, 2.13; baffle; weaken, impair, ruin, destroy, 3.53.

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frāter, frātris, m.

a brother, 1.130.

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frāternus, a, um

pertaining to a brother; brother’s, 4.21; fraternal, 5.24. (frāter)

4
fraudō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to deprive of wrongfully; cheat, defraud (w. abl. of the thing), 4.355. (fraus)

1
fraus, fraudis, f.

fraud, deception, treachery, deceit, guile, 4.675; stratagem, ambuscade, 11.522; wickedness; fault, offense, 9.428; mischance, harm, 10.72; hurt, harm, 11.708; treacherous nature, uncertainty, 9.397.

10
fraxineus, a, um

adj. (fraxinus), pertaining to the ash tree; of ash wood, ashen, ash, 6.181.

1
fraxinus, ī, f.

an ash tree, 11.136.

1
fremitus, ūs, m.

a murmuring, an uproar, din; tumult, shouting, 2.338, et al.; buzzing, humming; neighing, 11.607. (fremō)

6
fremō, uī, itus, 3, n. and a.

to make a murmuring noise; to roar, 1.56; whinny, neigh, 12.82; raise lamentations, 6.175; whiz, 12.922; resound, 4.668; rage, 5.19; to be fierce, furious, 4.229; fume, rave, 12.535; shout and sing, 4.146; a., rage, rave for, clamor for, 11.453, et al.; ore fremere, applaud, shout applause, 5.385; p., fremēns, entis, raging, 4.229.

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fremor, ōris, m.

a roaring, a murmur, 11.297. (fremō)

1
frēnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bridle, 5.554; check, curb, restrain, 1.54, 523. (frēnum)

3
frēnum, ī, n.; in the pl. sometimes frēnī, ōrum

a bit, 4.135; bridle, reins, 3.542; (fig.), 6.100.

11
frequēns, entis

(adj.), frequent; often present, often; in great numbers, thronging, 1.707; abounding in; plentiful.

4
frequentō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to visit often; to visit or attend in great numbers; resort to, frequent, throng, inhabit, 6.478. (frequēns)

1
fretum, ī, n.

a frith or strait; water; the sea, 1.557.

8
frētus, a, um

(adj.), leaning on; w. abl. of the thing on which; relying on, confiding in, trusting to, 4.245.

7
frīgeō, frīxī, 2, n.

to be cold, stiff with cold; stiffened, rigid with death, 6.219; to be benumbed, paralyzed, torpid, 5.396.

2
frīgidus, a, um

adj. (frīgeō), cold, 7.715; chilling, benumbing; chill, shuddering, 3.29; cool; (fig.), without spirit, slow, w. dat., 11.338.

10
frīgus, oris, n.

cold, frost, 6.309; cold weather, a cold storm; coolness, cool breeze; frost; chilling, paralyzing fear, 1.92; the chill of death, 12.951. (rel. to frīgeō)

5
frondeō, 2, n.

to be leafy; to bear or put forth leaves; frondēns, leafy, 3.25; green; still bearing leaves, 4.399. (1. frōns)

6
frondēscō, fronduī, 3, inc. n.

to put forth leaves, 6.144. (frondeō)

1
frondeus, a, um

formed of leaves; covered with leaves; leafy. (frōns)

1
frondōsus, a, um

full of leaves, leafy; woody, 5.252. (frōns)

3
frōns, frontis, f.

the forehead, brow, 636; face, 11.238; 10.211; horns, 3.9, 627; front, 1.166; prow, 5.158.

16
frōns, frondis, f.

a leaf, 3.449; leafage, foliage; leafy spray, branch, twig, bough, 2.249; a leafy crown, a garland, wreath, 4.148.

18
frūmentum, ī, n.

grain, corn; a grain, 4.406; growing wheat, blades of corn or wheat. (fruor)

1
fruor, frūctus and fruitus sum, 3, dep. n.

to enjoy, w. abl., 3.352.

4
frūstrā

(adv.), in vain, to no purpose, 6.294, et al. (rel. to fraus)

19
frūstror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to render vain; frustrate, baffle, disappoint, 6.493. (frūstrā)

1
frūstror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to render vain; frustrate, baffle, disappoint, 6.493. (frūstrā)

1
frūstum, ī, n.

a piece, 1.212.

2
frūx, frūgis, f.

(found usually in the pl., frūgēs, um) fruit, of the ground and of trees; fruit of the ground; corn, 1.178; wheaten meal, sacrificial grits, cake, 2.133; herbs, 6.420. (fruor)

4
Fūcinus, ī, m.

a lake in the Apennines, east of Rome (now removed, or nearly so, by artificial drainage), 7.759.

1
fūcus, ī, m.

the male bee; a drone, 1.435

1
fuga, ae, f.

a fleeing; a flight, 1.137; escape, 11.815; speed, 1.317; voyage, 3.190; personif., 9.719; ēripere, agitāre fugam, to hasten one’s flight, 2.619, 640; dare fugam, w. dat., to yield, i.e. take flight, 12.367. (fugiō)

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fuga, ae, f.

a fleeing; a flight, 1.137; escape, 11.815; speed, 1.317; voyage, 3.190; personif., 9.719; ēripere, agitāre fugam, to hasten one’s flight, 2.619, 640; dare fugam, w. dat., to yield, i.e. take flight, 12.367. (fugiō)

1
fugāx, ācis

adj. (fugiō), swift in flight; fleet, 10.697; timid, 9.591.

6
fugiō, fūgī, fugitus, 3, n. and a.

to flee, fly, 2.528; recede, 6.61; run away from, outstrip, 10.266; flee back from, 11.405; escape, 2.156; shun, avoid; w. infin., refuse, 9.200; p., fugiēns, entis, swift, flying, 11.654. (rel. to φεύγω)

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fugō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to put to flight, drive, 6.312; make to vanish, drive away, 3.521; disperse, 1.143. (fugiō)

5
fulciō, fulsī, fultus, 4, a.

to sustain, support, uphold, 4.247.

3
fulcrum, ī, n.

a support, prop, post, foot, 6.604. (fulciō)

1
fulgēns, entis

gleaming, flashing, 2.749; glowing, bright, 9.614. (fulgeō)

17
fulgeō, fulsī, 2, and fulgō, 3, n.

to shine brightly; flash, gleam, glance, 5.562.

11
fulgor, ōris, m.

lightning, flash of lightning, 8.431; brilliancy, brightness, splendor, 5.88. (fulgeō)

4
fulmen, inis, n.

lightning, 10.177; thunderbolt, 2.649, et al.; thunder, 1.230. (fulgeō)

19
fulmineus, a, um

adj. (fulmen), like lightning; gleaming, flashing, 4.580; like lightning (with his lightning darts), 9.812.

3
fulminō, 1, n. and a.

to lighten, or thunder, flash. (fulmen)

1
fulvus, a, um

(adj.), reddish or tawny yellow; yellow, 5.374; tawny, 2.722; brown, 11.751; glowing, bright, 12.792.

19
fūmeus, a, um

adj. (fūmus), smoky; smoking, 6.593.

1
fūmidus, a, um

adj. (fūmus), smoking, 9.75; steaming, 7.465; veiled with smoke, 7.76.

3
fūmifer, era, erum

adj. (fūmus and ferō), smoke bearing; smoky, 8.255.

2
fūmō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to smoke, 3.3, et al.; send up vapor; fume, reek, 2.698; foam, 12.338. (fūmus)

10
fūmus, ī, m.

smoke, 2.609, et al.

10
fūnālis, e

adj. (fūnis), made of or pertaining to a rope, cord, or wick; subst., fūnāle, is, n., a wax taper, candle, torch, 1.727.

1
funda, ae, f.

a sling, 9.586.

2
fundāmentum, ī, n.

a foundation, 4.266. (1. fundō)

3
fundātor, ōris, m.

a founder, 7.678. (1. fundō)

1
funditus

(adv.), completely, utterly, entirely, 6.736.

3
fundō, fūdī, fūsus, 3, a.

to pour; freq., pour in, 12.417; pour forth, 2.329; discharge, 11.610; shed, 3.348; emit, 2.684; put forth, 12.207; bear, 8.139; disperse, rout, defeat, 2.421; prostrate, slay, 1.193; utter, 3.344; (pass.), fundī, to spread, gather, crowd, 3.635; to assemble, swarm, 6.709; p., fūsus, a, um, lying extended, stretched out; expended, thrown away, 7.421; flowing, 10.137; overspread, 10.838; fundī circum, to encompass, encircle, 12.433.

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fundō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make or lay the bottom of anything; to found, erect, build, 4.260; establish, render stable, organize, 6.811; of ships, hold to the bottom, fasten, moor, hold, 6.4. (fundus)

6
fundus, ī, m.

the bottom, 2.419; depth, abyss, 6.581; the ground; a farm; fundō, from the foundation, 10.88.

6
fūnereus, a, um

adj. (fūnus), of a funeral; funeral-, 4.507.

3
fūnestus, a, um

adj. (fūnus), fatal, destructive, 7.322.

1
fungor, fūnctus sum, 3, dep. n.

to perform, fulfill, discharge, pay, w. abl., 6.885.

1
fūnis, is, m.

a rope, 2.239, et al.; cord, string, 5.488.

10
fūnus, eris, n.

a funeral; freq., funeral rites, 4.308; death, carnage, 2.361; corpse, dead body, 6.150; deathbed, 9.491; funeral pyre, 11.189; calamity, 1.232; pl., fūnera, um, a corpse prepared for burial, 9.486.

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furō, uī, 3, n.

to be mad; freq., to rave, be frantic, rage, 1.491; to be furious, burn, storm (for war), 7.625; to be burning or mad with love, 1.659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6.100; inspired, 2.345; distracted with grief, 3.313; plunge madly, 9.552; boil, 7.464; with cognate acc., give vent to one's fury, 12.680.

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furiae, ārum, f.

rage, fury, madness, frenzy, 1.41, et al.; vengeance, 8.494; personif., Furiae, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Avengers, 3.331; for the Harpies, 3.252. (furō)

10
furiae, ārum, f.

rage, fury, madness, frenzy, 1.41, et al.; vengeance, 8.494; personif., Furiae, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; the Avengers, 3.331; for the Harpies, 3.252. (furō)

6
furiālis, e

adj. (furiae), raging, 7.375.

2
furibundus, a, um

adj. (furō), filled with frenzy; raging, raving, wild, frantic, 4.646.

2
furiō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to madden, enrage, infuriate, 2.407. (furiae)

2
furō, uī, 3, n.

to be mad; freq., to rave, be frantic, rage, 1.491; to be furious, burn, storm (for war), 7.625; to be burning or mad with love, 1.659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6.100; inspired, 2.345; distracted with grief, 3.313; plunge madly, 9.552; boil, 7.464; with cognate acc., give vent to one's fury, 12.680.

23
furor, ōris, m.

rage, madness, fury, 1.150, et al.; frenzy, 4.91; love, desire; personif. as a deity, a Fury, 1.294. (furō)

23
furor, ōris, m.

rage, madness, fury, 1.150, et al.; frenzy, 4.91; love, desire; personif. as a deity, a Fury, 1.294. (furō)

1
fūror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to steal, w. acc. and dat., 5.845; p., fūrātus, a, um, having stolen, w. dat. and ellipsis of acc., 7.283. (fūr)

2
fūrtim

(adv.), by stealth, secretly, 2.18. (fūr)

6
fūrtīvus, a, um

adj. (fūrtum), of the nature of stealing; stealthy, secret, 4.171; (adv.), fūrtīvum, stealthily, in secret, 7.660.

2
fūrtum, ī, n.

that which is stolen; (meton.), the act of stealing; theft; secrecy, concealment, 4.337; artifice, deceit, fraud, deception, 6.24; treacherous deed (adultery), 10.91; stealthy attack, stratagem, 9.350; fūrta bellī, an ambuscade, 11.515. (fūr)

8
fuscus, a, um

(adj.), dark, dusky, 7.408.

2
futtilis, e

adj. (fundō), vain, weak, foolish, 11.339; brittle, treacherous, 12.740.

2
futūrum, ī, n.

the future, 4.508; pl., things to come, 6.12.

3
futūrus, a, um

about to be; future, 4.622. (sum)

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