HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
nam

(conj. caus.), for, because, 1.731, et al.; beginning a parenthesis, 3.374.

41
namque

(conj.), for indeed, since indeed, for, 4.633; affirmative, indeed, 10.614.

42
nancīscor, nactus or nanctus sum, 3, dep. a.

to obtain, secure, get, 7.511; find, overtake, 12.749.

3
Nār, Nāris, m.

the Nar, a river of Umbria, 7.517.

1
nāris, is, f.

a nostril; pl., nārēs, ium, the nostrils; the nose, 6.497.

4
nārrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to narrate, relate, describe, express, tell, 2.549.

3
Nārycius, a, um

adj. (Nāryx or Nāricium), of Naryx, a town of the Locri; Narycian, 3.399.

1
nāscor, nātus sum, 3, dep. n.

to be born, 1.286; be produced, spring up, grow; rise, 10.275; arise, 7.44; p., nāscēns, entis, coming into the world, new-born; new-foaled, 4.515; p., nātus, a, um, born, sprung, descended, 8.315; w. abl., nātus deā, goddess-born, 1.582; subst., nātus, ī, m., a son, 1.407; pl., nātī, children, sons, 5.285; young offspring, 8.45; nāta, f., a daughter, 1.256. (old form, gnāscor, from rt. gen rel. to genō)

14
nāta, ae

a daughter, 1.256. (nascor)

16
nātō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to swim, 5.181; float, 4.398; overflow, swim with, 3.625.

4
nātus, ūs, m.

used only in the abl., nātū, birth, age, see māgnus. (nāscor)

1
nātūra, ae, f.

a being born; that which is fixed by birth; disposition, constitution, quality, nature, 10.366. (nāscor)

1
nātus, ī, m.

a son, 1.407; pl., nātī, children, sons, 5.285; young offspring, 8.45 (nāscor)

84
nātus, a, um

born, sprung, descended, 8.315; w. abl., nātus deā, goddess-born, 1.582. (nāscor)

1
nāvālis, e

adj. (nāvis), pertaining to ships; naval, 5.493; subst., nāvālia, ium, n., dock, docks, dockyard, naval arsenal, 4.593; naval equipments, 11.329.

2
nāvālis, e

adj. (nāvis), pertaining to ships; naval, 5.493; subst., nāvālia, ium, n., dock, docks, dockyard, naval arsenal, 4.593; naval equipments, 11.329.

2
nāvifragus, a, um

adj. (nāvis and frangō), shipwrecking, 3.553.

1
nāvigium, iī, n.

a boat, craft, ship, 5.753. (nāvigō)

1
nāvigō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to sail; set sail, 4.237; w. acc., sail over, sail upon, 1.67. (nāvis and agō)

2
nāvis, is, f.

a ship, 1.120.

46
nauta, ae, m.

a boatman, ferryman, 6.315; sailor, mariner, 3.207. (nāvis)

12
Nautēs, is, m.

a Trojan soothsayer, 5.704.

2
nauticus, a, um

(adj.), of ships; pertaining to seamen or sailors; nautical, 3.128.

2
Naxos, ī, f.

Naxos, one of the Cyclades, east of Paros, noted for its wine and the worship of Bacchus, 3.125.

1
-ne

(interrog. enclitic; in direct questions), 1.37; 4.32; (in indirect questions), whether, 5.703; followed by an or -ne, -ne — an, -ne — -ne, whether — or, 1.308; with apostrophe, 3.319.

63

(adv.), not, in prohibitions, 3.160; 3.453; nē — quidem, not even; (conj.), in order that not, that not, lest, 2.187, freq.

27

(adv.), not, in prohibitions, 3.160; 3.453; nē — quidem, not even; (conj.), in order that not, that not, lest, 2.187, freq.

39
Nealcēs, ae, m.

a Latin, 10.753.

1
nebula, ae, f.

a cloud, 10.82; mist, fog, 1.412.

5
nec or neque

(adv. and conj.), and not; neither, nor, 1.643, et al.; in prohibition, 3.394, et al.; neque (nec) — neque (nec), neither — nor, 5.21, et al.; nec — et, or -que, may be rendered neither — nor, 12.801; 2.534; nec nōn, and also, nor less, 6.183; nec nōn et, and also, 1.707.

331
necdum

(adv.), nor yet; and not yet, 1.25.

6
necdum

(adv.), nor yet; and not yet, 1.25.

3
necesse (nom. and acc.)

(indecl. adj.), necessary, unavoidable, inevitable, 3.478.

4
nec or neque

(adv. and conj.), and not; neither, nor, 1.643, et al.; in prohibition, 3.394, et al.; neque (nec) — neque (nec), neither — nor, 5.21, et al.; nec — et, or -que, may be rendered neither — nor, 12.801; 2.534; nec nōn, and also, nor less, 6.183; nec nōn et, and also, 1.707.

21
necō, āvī or uī, ātus, 1, a.

to slay, kill, 8.488.

1
nectar, aris, n.

nectar, the drink of the gods; honey, 1.433.

1
nectō, nexuī, or nexī, nexus, 3, a.

to tie, bind, fasten, 4.239; bind together or round, 1.448; join, unite, of soul and body, 4.695; (fig.), of arguments, 9.219.

7
nefandus, a, um

adj. (nē and farī), not to be spoken; impious, execrable, accursed, abominable, 5.785; perfidious, 4.497; subst., nefandum, ī, n., wrong, 1.543.

8
nefās, indecl. n.

that which is contrary to divine law; sin, impiety, wrong, 2.719; wickedness, guilt, crime, 2.184; a ghastly deed, 10.497; impious or guilty word, 2.658; mischief, 7.386; dishonor, disgrace, shame, 8.688; (exclamatory), fearful sight! 7.73; fearful penalty! 7.596; (of a person), a monster, wretch, 2.585; (adj.), horrible, 3.365; nefās est, it is unlawful, wicked, impious, 6.391.

18
negō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to say no; say that not or no; deny, refuse, 3.171. (perhaps nē and āiō)

10
Nemea, ae, f.

Nemea, a town of Argolis, near which Hercules killed the Nemean lion, and established the Nemean games, 8.295.

1
nēmō, inis (gen. not used in class. Latin), c.

no one, none, 5.305. (nē and homō)

4
nemorōsus, a, um

adj. (nemus), abounding in woods, woody, 3.270.

1
nemus, oris, n.

a wood, forest, or grove, 1.165, et al.

37
neō, nēvī, nētus, 2, a.

to spin; interweave, 10.818.

1
Neoptolemus, ī, m.

Neoptolemus or Pyrrhus, the son of Achilles, 3.333. See also Pyrrhus.

6
nepōs, ōtis, m.

a grandson, 2.702; pl., nepōtēs, um, grandchildren; posterity, descendants, 2.194.

18
Neptūnius, a, um

adj. (Neptūnus), pertaining to Neptune, built by Neptune, Neptunian, 2.625; son or descendant of Neptune, 7.691.

7
Neptūnus, ī, m.

Neptune, one of the sons of Saturn, and brother of Jupiter, Juno, and Pluto; identified by the Romans, as god of the sea, with the Greek Poseidon, 1.125.

15
nec or neque

(adv. and conj.), and not; neither, nor, 1.643, et al.; in prohibition, 3.394, et al.; neque (nec) — neque (nec), neither — nor, 5.21, et al.; nec — et, or -que, may be rendered neither — nor, 12.801; 2.534; nec nōn, and also, nor less, 6.183; nec nōn et, and also, 1.707.

72
nequeō, īvī or iī, itus, īre, irreg. n.

to be unable; can not, 1.713.

7
nēquīquam

(adv.), in vain, to no purpose, 2.515.

36
Nērēīs, idis or idos, f.

a Nereid, any one of the daughters of Nereus and Doris; a sea-nymph, 3.74. (Nēreus)

2
Nērēius, a, um

adj. (Nēreus), of Nereus; Nereian, 9.102.

1
Nēreus (dissyll.), eī or eos, m.

Nereus, a sea-god, son of Oceanus and Tethys, and father of the Nereids, 2.419, et al.; (meton.), the sea, 10.764.

3
Nēritos, ī, f.

Neritos, a small island near Ithaca, 3.271.

1
Nersae, ārum, f.

Nersae, a town of the Aequī, 7.744.

1
nervus, ī, m.

a nerve; sinew, tendon, 10.341; bow-string, 5.502; string of the lyre, 9.776.

7
nesciō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

not to know, to be ignorant of, 1.565; w. object clause, 2.735, et al. (nē and sciō)

5
nesciō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

not to know, to be ignorant of, 1.565; w. object clause, 2.735, et al. (nē and sciō)

1
nescius, a, um

adj. (nesciō), not knowing, unaware, ignorant, 1.299; that knows not how, that can not.

6
nēve or neu

(conj.), or not, and not, nor, neither, w. subj. or imperat., 7.202; ne — neu (nēve), that not — nor, lest — or lest, 2.188.

6
nēve or neu

(conj.), or not, and not, nor, neither, w. subj. or imperat., 7.202; ne — neu (nēve), that not — nor, lest — or lest, 2.188.

15
nex, necis, f.

murder, slaughter, violent death, destruction, death, 2.85, et al. (necō)

5

(conj.), not, lest, that not, 3.686; for nisi, if not, unless, except, 5.356, et al.

19
nīdor, ōris, m.

vapor, steam; a smell, 12.301.

1
nīdus, ī, m.

a nest; brood, nestling, 5.214.

3
niger, gra, grum

(adj.), black; dark, swarthy, dusky, 6.134; gloomy.

17
nigrāns, antis

black, dusky, dark, 5.97; cloud-covered, 8.353; gloomy, 9.87. (niger)

2
nigrēscō, uī, 3, inc. n.

to become or turn black; grow dark, 4.454. (niger)

2
nigrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to be or make black; p., nigrāns, antis, black, dusky, dark, 5.97; cloud-covered, 8.353; gloomy, 9.87. (niger)

3
nihil (nīl), n. indecl.

nothing, 2.287; (adv.), not at all; by no means, not, 2.402, and freq. (nē and hīlum, a trifle)

23
Nīlus, ī, m.

the Nile, 6.800.

3
nimbōsus, a, um

adj. (nimbus), full of storms; stormy, rainy, 1.535; cloud-covered, 3.274.

2
nimbus, ī, m.

a violent rain; storm, tempest, 1.51; a black cloud, thunder-cloud, cloud, 3.587; a bright cloud; the nimbus surrounding a god, 2.616; cloud of smoke, 5.666; a multitude, 7.793.

24
nīmīrum

(adv.), without wonder or doubt; certainly, undoubtedly, doubtless, 3.558. (nī, for nē, and mīrum)

1
nimis

(adv.), too much, overmuch; too well, 9.472.

1
nimium

(adv.), too; very much; but too, 6.514.

9
nimius, a, um

adj. (nimis), too great, too much, excessive.

1
Niphaeus, ī, m.

a Rutulian warrior, 10.570.

1
Nīsaeē, ēs, f.

one of the Naiads.

1
nisi and nī

(conj.), if not, unless, 5.49, et al.

2
nīsus, ūs, m.

a leaning, pressing against; bracing; position of resistance, 5.437; effort, exertion, 3.37; descent, 11.852. (nītor)

3
Nīsus, ī, m.

a follower of Aeneas, 5.294.

21
nitēns, entis

shining, glittering, sparkling; bright, 1.228; (fig.), sleek, well-fed, 3.20.

7
nitēscō, nituī, 3, inc. n.

to become bright, to shine, glisten, 5.135. (niteō)

1
nitidus, a, um

adj. (niteō), shining, bright, glittering, 2.473.

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

to lean or rest upon, w. abl., 6.760; tread, walk upon, 2.380; to be borne upon, poised or balanced upon, 4.252; push, press, struggle forward or upward; ascend, 2.443.

10
nivālis, e

adj. (nix), snowy; snow-covered, 7.675; snowy, 3.538.

3
niveus, a, um

adj. (nix), snowy, of snow; snow-white, 1.469.

8
nix, nivis, f.

snow, 4.250.

3
nīxor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n. intens. (nītor)

to lean upon with the idea of effort; struggle forward on, 5.279.

1
nō, nāvī, nātus, 1, n.

to swim, 1.118.

4
nōbilis, e

adj. (nōscō), well-known, illustrious, famous, 7.564.

1
nōbilis, e

adj. (nōscō), well-known, illustrious, famous, 7.564.

1
nōbilitās, ātis, f.

renown; high birth, noble lineage, 11.341. (nōbilis)

1
noceō, uī, itus, 2, n.

to be hurtful; to hurt, harm, injure; do mischief, 5.618.

4
nox, noctis, f.

night, freq.; darkness, 1.89; dark cloud, black storm-cloud, 3.198; sleep, 4.530; death, 12.310; personif., Nox, Night, the goddess of night, 3.512.

4
noctivagus, a, um

adj. (nox and vagus, wandering), night-wandering; nightly, nocturnal, 10.216.

1
nocturnus, a, um

adj. (nox), pertaining to the night; nightly, nocturnal, in the night, by night, 4.490.

7
nōdō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to tie with a knot; bind, fasten, 4.138. (nōdus)

1
nōdus, ī, m.

a knot, 1.320, et al.; of a tree, 11.553; bond, 1.296; coil, 2.220; (fig.), difficult point; center of strife, 10.428.

14
Noēmōn, onis, m.

a Trojan, 9.767.

1
nomas, adis, c.

a nomad; pl., Nomades, um, m., the Numidians, 4.320.

3
nōmen, inis, n.

a name, 1.248, et al.; designation, name, indicating attribute, invention, gift for mischief, 7.337; word, 3.444; fame, renown, 2.583, et al. (nōscō)

90
Nōmentum, ī, n.

Nomentum, a town of Latium, 6.773.

2
nōn

(adv.), not, freq.; sometimes for nē in prohibitions, 12.78.

259
nōndum

(adv.), not yet, 3.109, et al.

5
nōnus, a, um

adj. (novem), the ninth, 5.64.

2
ego, meī, pers. pron.; pl., nōs, nostrī or nostrum

I, me, etc.; (abl. with cum appended), mēcum, with me, 1.675, et al.; (pl. often for the sing.), I, me, etc.

79
nōscō, nōvī, nōtus, 3, a.

to get knowledge of, become acquainted with; recognize, 6.809; (in perf. and cognate tenses), know, knew, etc., 4.423, et al.

9
noster, tra, trum

(poss. adj. pron.), our, ours, our own, freq.; of us, or me, given by me, 12.51; favorable to us, auspicious, 12.187, et al. (nōs)

94
nostrī, ōrum, m.

our friends, kindred, allies, etc., 2.411. (noster)

2
nota, ae, f.

a distinguishing mark; mark, spot, 5.87; letter, character, 3.444. (nōscō)

2
nothus, a, um

(adj.), illegitimate, bastard; subst., nothus, ī, m., a bastard son, 9.697; a horse of mixed breed, 7.283.

2
notō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to mark; to observe, note, mark, 3.515. (nota)

3
Notus, ī, m.

identical in meaning with auster; the south-wind, 1.85; wind, 6.355; storm, 1.575.

12
nōtus, a, um

known, 1.669; wonted, usual, 2.773; well-known, 3.657; famed, renowned, distinguished, celebrated, 1.379; familiar, well proved, 12.759; nōtum, n., (referring to a following clause), the knowledge, etc., 5.6.

30
novem

(num. adj., indecl.), nine, 1.245.

4
noverca, ae, f.

a step-mother.

3
noviēns (noviēs)

(num. adv.), nine times, 6.439. (novem)

1
novitās, ātis, f.

newness, 1.563. (novus)

1
novō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make new, renew, renovate, repair, 5.752; change, 5.604; build, 4.260; rēs novāre, to change one's purpose or plans; take new measures, 4.290. (novus)

6
novus, a, um

(adj.), new, freq.; recent, fresh, 2.98; unusual, strange, unknown, 1.307; superl., novissimus, a, um, last, 4.650.

49
nox, noctis, f.

night, freq.; darkness, 1.89; dark cloud, black storm-cloud, 3.198; sleep, 4.530; death, 12.310; personif., Nox, Night, the goddess of night, 3.512.

86
nox, noctis, f.

night, freq.; darkness, 1.89; dark cloud, black storm-cloud, 3.198; sleep, 4.530; death, 12.310; personif., Nox, Night, the goddess of night, 3.512.

7
noxa, ae, f.

hurt, harm; offense, outrage, violence, 1.41. (noceō)

1
noxius, a, um

adj. (noxa), hurtful, baneful, 6.731; destructive, 7.326.

2
nūbēs, is, f.

a cloud, 1.516, et al.; storm, 10.809; the air, 12.856; (fig.), flock, multitude, 7.705.

43
nūbigenae, ārum, c.

the cloud-born; a name of the Centaurs, born of Ixion and a cloud, 8.293. (nūbēs and genō)

2
nūbilus, a, um

adj. (nūbēs), cloudy; subst., nūbilum, ī, cloudy weather; pl., nūbila, ōrum, clouds, 3.586.

9
nūbilis, e

adj. (nūbō, marry), marriageable; grown up, 7.53.

1
nūbilum, ī, n.

cloudy weather.

4
nūdō, āvī, ātus, 1. a.

to make bare, naked; lay open, bare, 1.211; (fig.), expose, 5.586; lay open, disclose, 1.356. (nūdus)

6
nūdus, a, um

(adj.), naked, bare, 1.320; open, 2.512; unburied, 5.871.

12
nūllus, a, um

(gen. nūllīus, dat. nūllī, adj.) no, not any, 1.184; unobservant, regardless, 11.725; subst., no one, nobody, none, 4.456. (nē and ūllus)

57
num

(interrog. adv., in single independent questions, untranslated); (in dependent questions), whether, 4.369.

10
Numa, ae, m.

the name of two Rutulian warriors, 9.454; 10.562.

2
Numānus, ī, m.

Numanus or Remulus, a Rutulian slain by Ascanius, 9.592.

2
nūmen, inis, n.

a command; will; espec. the divine will or purpose, 1.8; divine command, 7.385; divine power, 1.666; authority, revelation, 3.363; impulse, 1.674; assistance, 5.56; divine keeping, protection, 2.703; divine regard, favor, 4.611; permission, 6.266; presence, 1.447; manifestation, 2.623; majesty, divinity, 1.48; divine attribute, 10.221; a deity, god, divinity, 2.735; sacred image, 2.178. (nuō, nod)

62
numerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to number, count, reckon. (numerus)

1
numerus, ī, m.

a number, 1.193; multitude, 2.424; order, 3.446; in music or poetry, measure, number, 6.646; pl., numbers, measures; melody, tune.

25
Numīcus, ī, m.

a river of Latium near Lavinium, 7.150.

3
Numida, ae, m.

a Nomad; a Numidian, 4.41.

1
Numitor, ōris, m.

1. Numitor, one of the kings of Alba, and father of Ilia or Rhea Silvia, 6.768. 2. A Rutulian warrior, 10.342.

2
numquam

(adv.), never, freq. (nē and umquam)

12
nunc

(adv.), now, at this time, 4.283; even now; in our times, at the present time, 6.234.

216
nūntia, ae, f.

a messenger, 4.188.

1
nūntiō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to announce, report, make known, announce, declare, 1.391, et al. (nūntius)

2
nūntium, i, n.

an announcement, message, news.

1
nūntius, iī, m.

a messenger, 3.310; a message, dispatch, tidings; injunction, command, 4.237.

13
nūntius, a, um

(adj.), announcing.

1
nūper

(adv.), recently, not long since, lately, 6.338. (novus and -per)

3
Nursia, ae, f.

a Sabine town, 7.716.

1
nurus, ūs, f.

a daughter-in-law, 2.501.

4
nūsquam

(adv.), nowhere, 2.620; sometimes transf. to time; on no occasion; never, 5.853. (nē and ūsquam)

6
nūtō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. n.

to nod; sway to and fro, 2.629; move, wave, 9.682. (nuō, nod)

2
nūtrīmentum, ī, n.

nourishment; fuel, 1.176. (nūtriō)

1
nūtriō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to nourish, suckle, 11.572; breed, rear, train, 7.485.

3
nūtrīx, īcis, f.

a nurse, 1.275. (nūtriō)

5
nūtus, ūs, m.

a nod, 9.106; will, decree, command, pleasure, 7.592. (nuō, nod)

3
nympha, ae, f.

a bride, a maiden; a nymph, one of the inferior deities, presiding over fountains, woods, etc., 1.71, et al.

6
nympha, ae, f.

a bride, a maiden; a nymph, one of the inferior deities, presiding over fountains, woods, etc., 1.71, et al.

17
Nӯsa, ae, f.

a city on Mount Meros in India, which, according to one of the myths, was the birthplace of Bacchus, 6.805.

1