HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
rabidus, a, um

(adj.), raving, savage, mad, raging, 6.421; frenzied; frantic, raving, 6.80.

5
rabiēs, em, ē, f.

madness, frenzy, fury, fierceness, 2.357, et al.; of inanimate things, 5.802, et al.

7
radiō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to emit rays of light; flash, beam, be radiant, 8.616. (radius)

2
radius, iī, m.

a staff, rod; spoke of a wheel, 6.616; beam, ray, 5.65; a shuttle, 9.476; the representation of rays on a crown, 12.163.

12
rādīx, īcis, f.

a root, 3.27, et al.

7
rādō, rāsī, rāsus, 3, a.

to rub, scrape, graze; skim along or over, 5.170; coast along, sail near to, 3.700.

4
rāmus, ī, m.

a branch, bough, 4.485, et al.; limb, 8.318; wreath, 5.71.

30
rapidus, a, um

adj. (rapiō), that tears away; violent, fierce; swiftly moving, rapid, 1.42; speedy, quick, prompt, 5.513.

27
rapīna, ae, f.

a plundering; booty, prey, 8.263. (rapiō)

1
rapiō, rapuī, raptus, 3, a.

to seize, snatch, freq.; carry off, bear away, 1.28; tear off, 6.496; take, 2.675; kindle by rapid motion, 1.176; rescue, 1.378; plunder, pillage, 2.374; hurry, speed, 4.286; swiftly lead on, 12.450; hasten into, penetrate, range, 6.8; ravish, violate, 4.198.

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Rapō, ōnis, m.

an Etruscan, 10.748.

1
raptō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to seize violently; drag, 1.483; hurry away, transport. (rapiō)

3
raptor, ōris, m.

a plunderer, robber; adjectively, plundering, 2.356. (rapiō)

1
raptum, ī, n.

plunder, prey, spoil, 4.217.

3
rārēscō, 3, inc. n.

to become thin; to part or begin to stand open; to open, 3.411. (rārus)

1
rārus, a, um

(adj.), the opposite of dense; thin; straying, scattered, 1.118; wide-meshed, distended, 4.131; standing far apart, infrequent, here and there = few; broken, interrupted, faltering, 3.314; rarely lighted, seen now and then, uncertain, 9.383.

8
rāstrum, ī, n., usually pl., rāstrī, ōrum, m.

a heavy pronged hoe, rake, mattock. (rādō)

2
ratiō, ōnis, f.

a reckoning, calculation; deliberation, purpose, 2.314; plan, method, way, means, manner, 4.115; reason, prudence, judgment, 8.299. (reor)

5
ratis, is, f.

a raft, float; bark, boat, ship, 1.43, et al.

22
raucus, a, um

(adj.), rough-sounding, hoarse; screaming, 7.705; roaring, resounding, 2.545; (adv.), rauca, hoarsely, 9.125.

9
rebellis, e

adj. (re- and bellum), warring or making war again, 12.185; rebellious, insurgent, 6.858.

2
recaleō, 2, n.

to be warm or hot, 12.35.

1
recēdō, cessī, cessus, 3, n.

to go back, retire, withdraw, 12.129; recede, retreat, 2.633; stand apart, retire, 2.300; depart, 2.595; disappear, 3.72; vanish, 5.526.

15
recēns, entis

(adj.), new, recent, fresh, 1.417; pure, 6.635; newly wrought or finished, 8.654; foll. by ab, just from, 6.450.

13
recēnseō, uī, us or itus, 2, a.

to estimate from the beginning; reckon, review, survey, 6.682.

1
receptō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to take back or out; recover, 10.383. (recipiō)

1
recipiō, cēpī, ceptus, 3, a.

to take back; receive, take, 2.524; take, draw back or out, 9.348; take in, let in, admit, 9.780; recover, save, 1.178; rescue, 6.111; take from, inflict on, 4.656; win back, recover, secure, 6.818; recipere gressum, to return, 11.29; sē recipere, to resort, withdraw, betake one's self. (re- and capiō)

1
recessus, ūs, m.

recess, cavity, 8.193; retreat, ambush, 11.527. (recēdō)

1
recidīvus, a, um

falling back; returning; rebuilt, restored, 4.344. (recidō, to fall back)

3
recīdō, cīdī, cīsus

to cut away; lop off, 12.208. (re- and caedō)

1
recingō, cīnxī, cīnctus, 3, a.

to ungird, loosen; p., recīnctus, a, um, ungirded, loosely hanging, 4.518.

1
recipiō, cēpī, ceptus, 3, a.

to take back; receive, take, 2.524; take, draw back or out, 9.348; take in, let in, admit, 9.780; recover, save, 1.178; rescue, 6.111; take from, inflict on, 4.656; win back, recover, secure, 6.818; recipere gressum, to return, 11.29; sē recipere, to resort, withdraw, betake one's self. (re- and capiō)

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reclīnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

recline; rest, lay back or down, 12.130.

1
reclūdō, clūsī, clūsus, 3, a.

to unclose; to open, freq.; throw open, 3.92; reveal, disclose, 1.358; unsheathe, 4.646; cut or lay open, 4.63. (re- and claudō)

10
recognōscō, cognōvī, cognitus, 3, a.

look over; survey, review, 8.721.

1
recolō, coluī, cultus, 3, a.

to till again; (fig.), think over, reflect, consider, 6.681.

1
recondō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to place again; put back, up, or away; hide, conceal, 1.681; bury, 10.387; bury in oblivion, 5.302.

6
recoquō, coxī, coctus, 3, a.

to boil again; recast, forge anew, 7.636; purify, refine, 8.624.

2
recordor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a. and n.

to call to mind; remember, 3.107. (re- and cor)

2
rēctor, ōris, m.

a director, leader, ruler, 8.572; general, commander, 9.173; guide; helmsman, pilot, 5.161. (regō)

4
rēctum, ī, n.

(subst.), right, 1.604. (regō)

1
rēctus, a, um

straight, direct, directly along, 6.900; straight forward, 8.209; rēctō lītore, flūmine, directly along the shore, along the stream, 6.900, 8.57. (regō)

3
recubō, 1, n.

to be lying back or down; recline; be extended; lie, 3.392.

4
recumbō, cubuī, 3, n.

to lie down again; sink down, 9.713; depend, rest, 12.59. (re- and cubō, lie down)

3
recurrō, currī, cursus, 3, n.

to run back; return, revolve, 7.100.

1
recursō, 1, intens. n.

to rush back; come back, recur to the mind, 4.3; return, 1.662.

3
recursus, ūs, m.

a running back; return; retreat, 5.583; a receding, an ebbing, 10.288. (recurrō)

2
recurvus, a, um

(adj.), curving back or round; bending, crooked, rounding, 7.513.

1
recūsō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bring a reason against; object; reject, decline, 5.417; refuse, 2.607; shrink back, recoil, 5.406. (re- and causa)

11
recutiō, cussī, cussus, 3, a.

to strike back; cause to resound; p., recussus, a, um, resounding, reverberating, 2.52. (re- and quatiō)

1
redarguō, uī, 3, a.

disprove, confute, 11.688.

1
reddō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to give back; put back, restore, 12.785, et al.; deliver, 2.543; pour forth, 9.700; return, 1.409; render, pay; answer, 2.323; reproduce, bring back, 6.768; render, make, 5.705; sē reddere, emerge, 9.121; p., redditus, a, um, being conveyed back; brought back to the land or earth; alighting, 6.18.

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redeō, īvī or iī, itus, īre, irreg. n.

to go, come back, return; retreat, 9.794.

13
redimīculum, ī, n.

something bound round; a chaplet, fillet, ribbon, 9.616. (redimiō)

1
redimiō, iī, ītus (imperf., redimībat, 10.538), 4, a.

to bind round; wreathe, crown, 3.81.

2
redimō, ēmī, ēmptus, 3, a.

to buy back; ransom, redeem, 6.121. (re- and emō)

2
reditus, ūs, m.

a return, 2.17. (redeō)

4
redoleō, uī, 2, n. and a.

to give forth a smell; to be redolent of, fragrant with, 1.436.

1
redūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead, bring back; restore, 1.143; return, 9.257; draw back, 5.478; rescue, 4.375.

14
reductus, a, um

reductus, a, um, retired, remote, solitary, 6.703; receding, 1.161. (redūcō)

2
redux, ucis

adj. (redūcō), led back, brought back, returning, 1.390.

6
refellō, fellī, 3, a.

to prove that one is in error; refute, gainsay, 4.380. (re- and fallō)

3
referō, rettulī, relātus, referre, irreg. a.

to bear, carry, bring back, 4.392; bear again, 5.564; cast up, vomit, 9.350; turn, 12.657; of solemn rites, render, pay, 5.605; bring back as a prize, win, get, 4.93; put back, stay, 11.290; repeat, 5.598; claim, 7.49; answer, reply, 4.31; report, relate, announce, 1.309; reproduce, resemble, 4.329; imitate, 10.281; turn, change, 11.426; 1.281; render, make, 8.343; vōce referre, speak, utter, exclaim, 1.94; referre pedem, return; (pass.), referrī, go back, recede, 2.169; return, revert, 12.37.

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referō, rettulī, relātus, referre, irreg. a.

to bear, carry, bring back, 4.392; bear again, 5.564; cast up, vomit, 9.350; turn, 12.657; of solemn rites, render, pay, 5.605; bring back as a prize, win, get, 4.93; put back, stay, 11.290; repeat, 5.598; claim, 7.49; answer, reply, 4.31; report, relate, announce, 1.309; reproduce, resemble, 4.329; imitate, 10.281; turn, change, 11.426; 1.281; render, make, 8.343; vōce referre, speak, utter, exclaim, 1.94; referre pedem, return; (pass.), referrī, go back, recede, 2.169; return, revert, 12.37.

6
rēficiō, fēcī, fectus, 3, a.

to make again; restore, 10.234; repair, amend, recruit, refresh, reanimate, encourage, 11.731. (re- and faciō)

3
refīgō, fīxī, fīxus, 3, a.

to unfasten, loosen, 5.527; take down, 5.360; unfasten or take down the tablets of the laws, render null, annul, abolish, 6.622; refīxus, a, um, loosened, falling, 5.527.

3
reflectō, flexī, flexus, 3, a. and n.

to bend back; bend, 11.622; twist back, 10.535; change, 10.632; animum reflectere, to turn one's thoughts to any object; think of, recollect, 2.741.

5
refluō, 3, n.

to flow back, 8.240.

3
refringō, frēgī, frāctus, 3, a.

to break back; break off, 6.210. (re- and frangō)

1
refugiō, fūgī, 3, n. and a.

to fly, 3.258; flee away, 6.472; recede, stand distant, 3.536; shrink, 2.12; w. acc., start back from, 2.380; shrink from, refuse, 7.618; fugere, refugere, to fly to and fro, 12.753.

9
refulgeō, fulsī, fulsus, 2, n.

to flash back; shine forth, flash, be radiant, 1.402; glitter, glisten, 6.204.

6
refundō, fūdī, fūsus, 3, a.

to pour back or up; cast, throw up, 7.590; boil up, 1.126; flow back, overflow, 6.107; p., refūsus, a, um, thrown back, beaten back; poured back, flowing back upon itself, encircling, 7.225.

4
refūtō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to repel; disprove, refute, falsify, disappoint, 12.41.

1
rēgālis, e

adj. (rēx), belonging to a king; regal, kingly, royal, 1.673.

3
rēgia

a palace, 7.171. (rēgius, a, um, sc. domus)

9
rēgificus, a, um

adj. (rēx and faciō), made meet for a king; magnificent, royal, 6.605.

1
rēgīna, ae, f.

a queen, 1.9; princess, 1.273. (rēx)

41
regiō, ōnis, f.

a direction, 2.737; region, territory, country, 1.460; quarter, tract, place, 9.390; regiō viārum, the beaten track, open road or path, 11.530. (regō)

13
rēgius, a, um

adj. (rēx), pertaining or belonging to a king or queen, 1.696; the king’s, 1.677; royal, 1.443; subst., rēgia (sc. domus), a palace, 7.171.

19
rēgnātor, ōris, m.

one who reigns; sovereign, lord, 2.779, et al. (rēgnō)

6
rēgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to exercise sovereignty; to be king, to reign, 1.141; rule, govern, 3.14; impers., rēgnātur, etc., there is kingly rule, 1.272. (rēgnum)

8
rēgnum, ī, n.

kingly sway; royal power or glory, 1.268; dominion, rule, sovereignty, 1.78; the territory of a king; realm, kingdom, dominion, 3.333; royal seat, 1.270; pl., realms, kingdom, 11.461; royal power, 4.591; royal abode, 12.567. (rēx)

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regō, rēxī, rēctus, 3, a.

to rule, govern, guide, control, direct, et al.; help, prosper, 12.405.

19
regressus, ūs, m.

a going back; (fig.), turn, change, retrieve, 11.413. (regredior)

1
rēiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to throw back or off, 5.421; drive back, rout, 11.630; put or turn behind, 11.619; of the eyes, turn from, avert, 10.473. (re- and iaciō)

4
relābor, lāpsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to slip back; retreat, 10.307.

1
relegō, lēgī, lēctus, 3, a.

to gather again; pass by, survey again; coast again, 3.690.

1
relēgō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to send away, remove; consign, give in charge, 7.775.

1
religiō, ōnis, f.

reverence for divine things; piety, devotion, 2.715; sanctity, 8.349; worship, sacred ceremonial, observance, 3.409; sacred thing, symbol, token, 2.151; object of worship; divinity, 12.182; augury, 3.363.

10
religiōsus, a, um

adj. (religiō), devout; sacred, holy, 2.365.

1
religō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to lie back or up; to picket, 9.352; moor, 7.106.

2
relinquō, līquī, līctus, 3, a.

to leave behind, 3.190; commit, 7.123; spare, leave, 2.659; give up, relinquish, 4.432; desert, abandon, 2.28; leave out of sight, unnoticed, 2.454.

80
rēliquiae, ārum, f.

the things left; remnant, 1.30; relics, remains, 4.343. (relinquō)

9
relūceō, lūxī, 2, n.

to shine back or again, or brightly; glow, flash, 2.312; to take fire, 12.300.

2
remeō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to go back, return, 2.95.

2
remētior, mēnsus sum, 4, dep. a.

to measure again, retrace, recross, 2.181; survey, observe again, 5.25.

3
rēmex, igis, m.

an oarsman, a rower, 4.588; a band of oarsmen, crew, oarsmen, 5.116. (rēmus and agō)

2
rēmigium, iī, n.

a rowing; oarage, rowing movement, 1.301; body of rowers, oarsmen; a crew, 3.471; rēmigium ālārum = ālae, wings, 6.19. (rēmex)

6
reminīscor, 3, dep. n. and a.

to call to mind; recall, remember, think of, 10.782. (re- and rt. men, cf. memini)

1
remittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to let go back; send back, 2.543, et al.; send up, 5.99; repay, 4.436; yield up, resign, 10.828; give up, 11.346; forego, lay aside, 5.419; give back, reëcho, 12.929; sē remittere, to submit, yield, 12.833.

17
remordeō, no perf., morsus, 2, a.

to bite again and again; (fig.), harass, torment, vex, afflict, 1.261; disturb, concern, 7.402.

2
removeō, mōvī, mōtus, 2, a.

to move away; remove, take away, 1.723.

2
remūgiō, 4, n.

to bellow again or loudly; resound, reëcho, 6.99, et al.

4
remulceō, mulsī, mulsus, 2, a.

to stroke back; fondle; hide, 11.812.

1
Remulus, ī, m.

1. A Rutulian, brother-in-law of Turnus, 9.593. 2. Remulus, a Tiburtine, 9.360. 3. A second Rutulian, 11.636.

4
remurmurō, 1, a.

to give back a murmur; resound, 10.291.

1
rēmus, ī, m.

originally steering-oar; an oar, 1.104.

35
Remus, ī, m.

a Rutulian warrior, 9.330; the twin brother of Romulus, by whom, tradition says, he was murdered for leaping over the new walls of Rome in mockery, 1.292.

2
renārrō, 1, a.

to relate again; recount, 3.717.

1
renāscor, nātus sum, 3, dep. n.

to be born again; to be reproduced; grow again, 6.600.

1
renovō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to renew; revive, suffer again, 2.3; brave, risk, dare again, 2.750.

2
reor, ratus sum, 2, dep. a.

to reason; reckon; think, believe, 3.381; p., ratus, a, um, active, having thought, believing, 11.712; (pass.), determined by reckoning, settled, fixed, 9.104; 10.629.

16
repellō, reppulī, repulsus, 3, a.

to push or drive back; repel, 2.13; reject, refuse, disdain, 4.214.

4
rependō, pendī, pēnsus, 3, a.

to weigh again or in return; to compensate for, balance, 1.239; repay, requite, return, 2.161.

2
repēns, entis

(adj.), sudden, 12.313.

1
repēns, entis

(adv.), suddenly, unexpectedly, 1.594.

14
repercutiō, cussī, cussus, 3, a.

to strike back; reflect, 8.23.

1
reperiō, repperī, repertus, 4, a.

to find again; find by searching, discover, find out, detect, 4.128; find, 6.343; p., repertus, a, um, found, 6.343; acquired, 6.610.

10
repertor, ōris, m.

a finder; inventor, 7.772; author, creator; father, 12.829. (reperiō)

2
repetō, petīvī or petiī, petītus, 3, a.

to seek again; return to, 2.749; call back, 7.241; renew, 2.178; trace back, 7.371; retrace, call to mind, recollect, 3.184; speak of again, mention, 10.36; repeat, 3.436.

11
repleō, plēvī, plētus, 2, a.

to fill again; fill up, fill, 2.679, et al.

6
repōnō, posuī, positus (postus), 3, a.

to lay, place, put back, replace, 3.231; lay aside or down, 5.484; put, lay up, store away, w. abl., 4.403; lay, deposit, place, 6.220; w. dat., 11.594; restore, w. in and acc., 1.253; return, repay, 12.878.

16
reportō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to carry back, announce, report, 2.115.

7
reposcō, 3, a.

to demand back, demand again; require, 11.240; demand in return, 2.139; ask, 6.530; summon, 10.374; reassert, 12.573; w. two accusatives, demand back from, 7.606.

8
repositus, (repostus), a, um

replaced; treasured up, cherished, 1.26; buried, 6.655; remote, 3.364. (repōnō)

2
reprimō, pressī, pressus, 3, a.

to press back; stop, restrain, withhold, check, arrest, 2.378. (re- and premō)

3
repūgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to fight against, resist, 11.749.

1
requiēs, ētis or ēī, f.

repose, rest, 3.393; respite, 4.433; support, comfort, 9.482; cessation, 12.241.

8
requiēscō, quiēvī, quiētus, 3, n. and a.

to be completely at rest; rest, cease, 2.100.

1
requīrō, quīsīvī or quīsiī, quīsītus, 3, a.

to seek much or earnestly; seek out, search for, 3.170; demand; ask, question, 2.390; inquire, 2.506; speak with regret of, mourn, 1.217. (re- and quaerō)

9
rēs, reī, f.

a thing, in the most general sense; object, 1.450; treasure, store, 12.589; state, situation, condition, 1.563; circumstance; fortune, 1.204; affair, business, interest, 9.227; a side, party, cause, 3.54; 11.400; conflict, 9.154; misfortune, calamity, 1.462; commonwealth, state, empire, dominion, power, 1.268; action, deed, exploit, achievement, 1.641; adventure, fortune, 4.290; pl., the universe, 10.40; the world, 1.282; nature, creation, 9.131; rēs summa, the public interest, common weal, 11.302; the chief conflict, 2.322.

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rescindō, scidī, scissus, 3, a.

to tear off or away, rase, tear down, 6.583; lay open, 12.390.

3
reserō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

unbolt; open, 7.613.

3
reservō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to keep back or in reserve; save, keep, reserve, 4.368; keep in store for, bring back upon, 8.484.

4
reses, idis

adj. (resideō), that remains seated; (fig.), inactive, slothful, quiet, 6.813; sluggish, torpid, dormant, 1.722.

3
resideō, sēdī, 2, n.

to be or remain seated; remain behind, 2.739; encamp, 8.503. (re- and sedeō)

2
resīdō, sēdī, 3, n.

to sit or settle down; seat one's self, 1.506; settle, take up one's abode, 5.702; retreat, 9.539; sink, subside, 7.27; come to an end, 9.643; of passion, become quiet, calm, subside, 6.407.

10
resīgnō, āvī, ātus

to unseal; (fig.), to open, of the eyes, 4.244.

1
resistō, stitī, 3, n.

to remain standing; stand revealed, 1.588; oppose, withstand, resist, 2.335; interpose, 2.599; halt, stop, falter, 4.76.

6
resolvō, solvī, solūtus, 3, a.

to untie, loosen, unbind, 3.370; break apart, 9.517; dispel, 8.591; of the lips, open, 3.457; of the body, relax, unbend, extend, 6.422; of separation of body and spirit, dissolve, separate, release, 4.695; unravel, disclose, 6.29; break, violate, 2.157.

9
resonō, āvī, 1, n. and a.

to sound again or loudly; reëcho, resound, 4.668; (w. acc.), make resound, fill, 7.12.

5
resorbeō, 2, a.

to suck back, draw back, 11.627.

1
respectō, freq. 1, n. and a.

to look back or again; look behind, 11.630; regard, care for, 1.603. (respiciō)

2
respergō, spersī, spersus, 3, n. and a.

to sprinkle over; besprinkle, stain, 7.547. (re- and spargō)

1
respiciō, spexī, spectus, 3, n. and a.

to look back, again, or around, 2.564; behold, 2.615; look back upon, 5.3; look back and observe or notice, 2.741; 9.389; look at again and again, 3.593; consider, 12.43; regard, care for, be mindful of, 4.225. (re- and speciō, look)

19
respīrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to breathe again; to breathe, 9.813.

1
resplendeō, 2, n.

to shine brightly; glitter, 12.741.

1
respondeō, spondī, spōnsus, 2, n. and a.

to promise in return; answer, respond, 6.474; to be in accord with, correspond, agree, 1.585; to correspond in position, stand opposite, 6.23; meet the desire.

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respōnsō, 1, intens. a. and n.

to make answer; echo, reply, 12.757. (respondeō)

1
respōnsum, ī, n.

an answer, reply, 2.376; oracular answer, response, 6.799. (respondeō)

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restinguō, stīnxī, stīnctus, 3, a.

to put out, quench, 2.686.

2
restituō, stituī, stitūtus, 3, a.

to place again; reëstablish, restore, 6.846. (re- and statuō)

1
restō, restitī, 1, n.

to remain in place; to stand, stop; to be left, 2.142; remain, 1.556; remain for infliction, wait to be repeated, be in reserve, 10.29; w. abl., 1.679.

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resultō, no perf., ātus, 1, intens. n.

to leap back or again, rebound, 10.330; reëcho, reverberate, resound, 5.150. (resiliō, leap back)

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resupīnus, a, um

(adj.), bent back; lying extended on the back; supine, thrown backwards, 1.476; stretched out, 3.624.

2
resurgō, surrēxī, surrēctus, 3, n.

to rise again, 1.206; revive, return, 4.531.

2
rēte, is, n.

a net, 4.131.

2
retegō, tēxī, tēctus, 3, a.

to uncover; leave uncovered, unprotected, 12.374; bring to light, reveal, disclose, 1.356; of the sunlight, uncover, unveil, illuminate, 4.119.

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retentō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to hold back; restrain, retard, 5.278. (retineō)

1
retexō, texuī, textus, 3, a.

to weave again; (fig.), compass again, repeat, 12.762.

1
retinaculum, ī, n.

that which holds back; a halter, rein; cable, rope, 4.580. (retineō)

1
retineō, tinuī, tentus, 2, a.

to hold back; hold, retain, restrain, 5.669.

3
retorqueō, torsī, tortus, 2, a.

to twist back; throw, fold or double back, 12.400; turn or hurl back, or away, 12.485; change, 12.841.

4
retrāctō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a. and n.

to handle again; gripe or grasp again, 10.396; take up again, resume, 7.694; recall, 12.11; n., hesitate, hold back, 12.889.

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retrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to draw back, 10.307; lead back, recall, 5.709.

2
retrō

(adv.), back, backwards, 2.753. (re-)

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retrōrsus

(adv.), backwards, back; again, 3.690. (retrō and versus from vertō)

1
revehō, vexī, vectus, 3, a.

to carry, convey or bring back, 8.37.

1
revellō, vellī, vulsus, 3, a.

to pull back; pluck out, tear out or off, 4.515; rend, rip, tear open, 12.98; snatch, bring away, rescue, 4.545; disturb, violate, 4.427.

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revertō, 3, n., and revertor, versus sum, 3, dep. n.

to turn back; go, come back, return, 3.101.

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revinciō, vinxī, vinctus, 4, a.

to bind back, 2.57; bind fast, 3.76; bind around, wreathe, festoon, 4.459.

4
revīsō, 3, a. and n.

to look at again; visit again, return to see; return to, 2.760; revisit, 3.318.

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revocō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to call back, summon back; order back, 5.167; rehearse, 7.40; recall, 1.202; restore, 1.235; save, 5.476; recover, renew, revive, 1.214; retrace, 6.128.

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revolvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll back, 5.336; (fig.), bring back, recall, repeat, 2.101; retrace, 9.391; go over again, suffer again, 10.61; turn, change again, 6.449; (pass.), revolvor, fall back, fall down, 9.476; p., revolūtus, a, um, rolling, 10.660; returning, following, 10.256.

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revomō, vomuī, 3, a.

to vomit back or up; vomit, 5.182.

1
reus, ī, m.

a defendant; the accused; hence, (fig.), reus vōtī, liable in respect to a vow; bound by one's vow, 5.237. (rēs)

1
rēx, rēgis, m.

a king, freq.; chief, ruler, sovereign, 1.65; prince, 9.223.

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Rhadamanthus, ī, m.

son of Jupiter and Europa, and one of the judges in Hades, 6.566.

1
Rhaebus, ī, m.

the name of the warhorse of Mezentius, 10.861.

1
Rhamnes, ētis, m.

a Rutulian chief, 9.325, et al.

3
Rhēa, ae, f.

a priestess, mother of Aventinus, 7.659, et al.

1
Rhēnus, ī, m.

the river Rhine, 8.727.

1
Rhēsus, ī, m.

a Thracian king allied with the Trojans, 1.469.

1
Rīpheus (dissyll.), eī, m.

a Trojan slain in the sack of Troy, 2.339.

3
Rhoetēus, a, um

(adj.), of Rhoeteum, a promontory on the coast of the Troad; Rhoetean, 6.505; Trojan, 12.456.

4
Rhoeteus (dissyll.), eos, m.

a Rutulian slain by Pallas, 10.399.

2
Rhoetus, ī, m.

a Centaur, 9.345; a Rutulian slain by Euryalus, 9.344; king of the Marrubii, and father of Anchemolus, 10.388.

3
rīdeō, rīsī, rīsus, 2, n. and a.

to laugh or smile, 5.358; laugh at, deride, 5.181.

4
rigeō, riguī, 2, n.

to be stiff, 4.251; p., rigēns, entis, stiff, 1.648.

1
rigeō, riguī, 2, n.

to be stiff, 4.251; p., rigēns, entis, stiff, 1.648.

4
rigidus, a, um

adj. (rigeō), stiff, inflexible, unbending; of iron weapons, 12.304.

2
rigō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to moisten, wet, bedew, 6.699; bespatter, stain, 12.308.

5
rīma, ae, f.

a cleft; crack, chink, fissure, 1.123.

2
rīmor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to force open in cracks or chinks; (fig.), to ransack, explore, search, 6.599. (rīma)

3
rīmōsus, a, um

adj. (rīma), full of cracks or crevices; leaky, 6.414.

1
rīpa, ae, f.

the shore, border, or bank of a stream, 6.314; for flūmen, 7.106.

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rīte

(adv.), properly, fitly, rightly, 6.145; justly, meetly, 3.36; well, 3.107. (rītus)

15
rītus, ūs, m.

a farm of religious ceremonial; a form, rite, 12.836; custom, manner, 7.741; abl., rītū, in the manner of, like, 11.611.

3
rīvus, ī, m.

a small stream; a rill, brook, rivulet, stream, 3.350.

7
rōbur, oris, n.

hard oak or wood, 6.181; a tree, 8.315; (meton.), timber, a wooden structure; fabric, 2.260; (fig.), sturdiness, strength, firmness, courage, vigor, 2.639; pl., rōbora, wood, timber, 4.399; vigor, flower, 8.518.

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rogitō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a.

to ask again and again; question, 1.750. (rogō)

2
rogō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to ask, inquire, 2.149; desire, request, 7.229.

6
rogus, ī, m.

a funeral pile, 4.640.

6
Rōma, ae, f.

Rome, 1.7, et al.

7
Rōmānus, ī, m.

a Roman, 1.234.

6
Rōmānus, a, um

adj. (Rōma), belonging to Rome; Roman, 1.33; subst., Rōmānus, ī, m., a Roman, 1.234.

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Rōmuleus, a, um

adj. (Rōmulus), of Romulus; Romulean, 8.654.

1
Rōmulidae, ārum, m.

descendants or people of Romulus; Romans, 8.638. (Rōmulus)

1
Rōmulus, ī, m.

Romulus, the eponymous founder of Rome, son of Mars and Rhea Silvia or Ilia, 1.276, et al. (cf. Rōma)

3
Rōmulus, a, um

adj. (Rōmulus), of Romulus; Romulean, 6.876.

1
rōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to be moist with dew; (fig.), to drop, drip, 8.645. (rōs)

4
rōs, rōris, m.

dew, freq.; moisture, 5.854; rōrēs, drops of blood, 12.339.

3
rosa, ae, f.

a rose, 12.69.

1
rōscidus, a, um

adj. (rōs), covered with dew; dewy, 4.700; wet, 7.683.

2
roseus, a, um

adj. (rosa), pertaining to roses; rose-colored; rosy, 1.402.

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Rōseus, a, um

adj. (Rōsea), of Rosea, a region or district near Reate; Rosean, 7.712.

1
rōstrātus, a, um

adj. (rōstrum), beaked; adorned with beaks, 8.684.

1
rōstrum, ī

a bill, beak, 6.597; the beak of a ship, 5.143; pl., Rōstra, ōrum, n., the platform or tribunal for magistrates and orators in the Roman forum, so called because adorned with the beaks of the captured ships of Antium; the Rostra. (rōdō, gnaw)

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rota, ae, f.

a wheel, 1.147; (fig.), circle or orbit of time, 6.748.

14
rotō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to move like a wheel; whirl about, 10.362; to brandish, 10.577. (rota)

3
rubeō, rubuī, 2, n.

to be red, blush; glow, redden, 12.77.

1
rubeō, rubuī, 2, n.

to be red, blush; glow, redden, 12.77.

3
ruber, bra, brum

adj. (rubeō), red, ruddy, 12.247; lītore rubrō, shore of the Mare Rubrum or Persian Gulf, 8.686.

4
rubēscō, rubuī, 3, inc. n.

to grow or turn red; begin to glow, redden, 3.521. (rubeō)

3
rubor, ōris, m.

redness; glow, 12.66. (rubeō)

1
rudēns, entis, m.

a rope; cord; pl., rudentēs, um or ium, cordage, 1.87.

5
rudīmentum, ī, n.

a beginning; first lesson, 11.157. (rel. to rudis)

1
rudis, e

(adj.), uncultivated; rough.

1
rudō, īvī, ītus, 3, n. and a.

to send forth a loud, rough sound; bellow, roar, of men, 8.248; of beasts, 7.16; of the roaring sound of the rushing water, 3.561. (p. gen. pl., rudentum, 7.16)

3
Rufrae, ārum, f.

a town of Campania, 7.739.

1
rūga, ae, f.

a wrinkle, 7.417.

1
ruīna, ae, f.

a falling down; fall, overthrow; convulsion, commotion, destructive force, 1.129; onset, shock, 11.613; pl., ruin, overthrow, destruction, 1.238; dare, trahere ruīnam, to fall in ruins, 2.310; bring destruction, 12.454. (ruō)

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rūmor, ōris, m.

report, rumor, 4.203; a cheer, shout, 8.90.

6
rumpō, rūpī, ruptus, 3, a.

to break, burst; tear, sever, freq.; break through, open, force, 2.494; rend, sever, cut, tear, 3.640; dash, 11.615; (fig.), break off, end, 4.569; interrupt, 8.110; violate, 4.292; utter with fury, shout or shriek forth, 3.246; p., ruptus, a, um, breaking forth, bursting forth, 2.416; darting, flashing, 8.391;. sē rumpere, to dart forth; to burst, 11.549; rumpere vōcem, to break silence, 2.129.

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ruō, ruī, rutus, 3, n. and a.

to fall with violence; tumble down, fall, freq.; fall in battle, 10.756; of the sun, go down, set, 3.508; rush forward, 2.64; of the chariot of Nox, hasten up; ascend, rise, 2.250; advance, 10.256; plunge, rush, 2.353; flee, 12.505; tremble, quake, 8.525; hasten, pass away, 6.539; cause to fall; cast down, 9.516; plow, 1.35; cast, throw up, 1.85; throw up or together, 11.211.

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rūpēs, is, f.

a rock, cliff, crag, ledge, freq.; quarry, 1.429. (rumpō)

18
rūrsus or rūrsum

(adv.), backward; again, anew, 2.401; in turn, 4.534. (for reversum from revertō)

29
rūs, rūris, n.

the country as opposed to the town; land, a farm, field, freq.; pl., rūra, the fields, 1.430, et al.

3
rutilō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to redden; gleam, 8.529.

1
rutilus, a, um

adj. (rel. to rubeō), of a red and gold color or flame color; red, glowing.

2
Rutulī, ōrum, m.

the Rutulians, an ancient tribe of Latium dwelling south of the Tiber, 1.266, et al.

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Rutulus, ī, m.

a Rutulian; Turnus, 7.409; for the pl., the Rutulians, 8.474.

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