HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
Sabaeī, ōrum, m.

the Sabaeans or people of Arabia Felix. (Saba)

1
Sabaeus, a, um

adj. (Saba), Sabaean, Arabian, 1.416; pl., Sabaeī, ōrum, m., the Sabaeans or people of Arabia Felix.

1
Sabellus, a, um

adj. (Sabellī), of the Sabelli or Sabines; Sabine.

2
Sabīnae, ārum, m.

the Sabine women, an ancient people occupying the hill country on the border of Latium, from whom were derived a part of the Roman people or Quirites, 8.635.

1
Sabīnī, ōrum, m.

the Sabines, an ancient people occupying the hill country on the border of Latium, from whom were derived a part of the Roman people or Quirites, 7.706.

2
Sabīnus, ī, m.

Sabinus or Sabus, the founder of the race of Sabines, 7.138.

1
sacer, sacra, sacrum

(adj.), set apart, consecrated, holy, sacred, 2.167, et al.; consecrated to, priest of, 6.484; devoted to the infernal gods; damned, accursed, 5.57.

47
sacerdōs, ōtis, c.

a priest or priestess, 2.201; 1.273; a poet or bard (as priest of the Muses), 6.645. (sacer)

26
Sacēs, is, m.

a Latin, 12.651.

1
Sācrānus, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to the Sacrani, a Latin people; Sacranian, 7.796.

1
sacrārium, iī (sacrum)

sanctuary; sacred court, 12.199.

1
Sacrātor, ōris, m.

an Etruscan, 10.747.

1
sacrātus, a, um

holy, 3.371. (sacrō)

8
sacrilegus, a, um

adj. (sacer and legō), impious, 7.595.

1
sacrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to set apart to the gods; devote, consecrate, 2.502; w. acc. and dat., devote, 10.419. (sacer)

12
sacrum, ī, n.

a holy thing; pl., sacra, ōrum, n., sacred symbols, rites, 12.13; sacred rites, ceremonies, sacrifices, 2.132; sacred things, utensils, symbols, 2.293; mysteries, 3.112.

27
saeculum and saeclum, ī, n.

a generation, race; century, period, age, time, 1.291, et al.

8
saepe

adv. (comp., saepius), often, frequently, 2.108, et al.; cum saepe, when, as often happens, 1.148.

22
saepiō, saepsī, saeptus, 4, a.

to fence in; inclose, surround, 1.506; envelop, 1.411. (saepēs, inclosure)

9
saeta, ae, f.

a bristle; a stiff hair, 6.245; fur.

4
saetiger, era, erum

adj. (saeta and gerō), bristle-bearing, bristly, 7.17.

3
saeviō, iī, ītus, 4, n.

to be fierce; to be furious, rage; be angry, 6.544. (saevus)

15
saevus, a, um

(adj.), fierce, fell, wrathful, of men, animals, and things; cruel, 1.458; dreadful, direful, fearful, 2.559; furious, 9.792; stern, bloody, 6.824; formidable, valiant, warlike, 1.99; relentless, 12.849; maddening, angering; bitter, 1.25; mortal, 12.857.

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Sagaris, is, m.

Sagaris, a slave of Aeneas, 5.263.

2
sagitta, ae, f.

an arrow, 1.187, et al.

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sagittifer, a, um

adj. (sagitta and ferō), arrow-bearing, 8.725.

1
sagulum, ī, n.

a soldier's cloak, 8.660. (sagum, a military cloak)

1
sāl, salis, m.

salt; brine, salt water, 1.173; (meton.), the sea, 1.35.

7
Salamīs, īnis (acc. Salamīna), f.

an island opposite Eleusis, 8.158.

1
Sallentīnus, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to the Sallentini, a people in Iapygia, southeast of Tarentum; Salentine, 3.400.

1
salīgnus, a, um

adj. (salix, willow), made of willow; willow-, 7.632.

1
Saliī, ōrum

the Salii, or priests of Mars who had charge of the sacred shields called ancilia, which they bore once a year in solemn procession through the city, with hymns and dances, 8.285. (saliō)

2
saliō, uī, saltus, 4, n. and a.

to leap, spring, jump, dance, bound.

1
Salius, iī, m.

Salius, an Acarnanian, 5.298, et al.

9
Salmōneus (trisyll.), eī, m.

Salmoneus, king, of Elis, son of Aeolus and brother of Sisyphus; for attempting to imitate the thunder of Jupiter, cast into Tartarus by a thunderbolt, 6.585.

1
salsus, a, um

adj. (cf. sal), made salty; salted, 2.133; salt-, briny, 2.173.

8
saltem

(adv.), at any rate, at least, 1.557.

4
saltus, ūs, m.

a leap, bound, spring, 2.565; an ascending, 6.515. (saliō)

8
saltus, ūs, m.

woodland pasture, glade, forest, 4.72, et al.

5
salūbris (also salūber, m.), e

adj. (salūs), health-bringing; healing, 12.418.

1
salveō, 2, n.

to be well; imperative, all hail! hail! 5.80. (salvus, safe)

6
salum, ī, n.

the tossing or heaving swell of the sea; the open sea, the main, 1.537.

2
salūs, ūtis, f.

the state of being well; safety, 1.555; preservation, means of safety, remedy, relief, deliverance, 1.451. (rel. to salvus, safe)

17
salūtō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to wish safe or well; greet, salute, 3.524; welcome, hail, 12.257. (salūs)

2
Samē, ēs, f.

Same, a name of Cephallenia, in the Ionian sea, west of the Gulf of Corinth, 3.271.

1
Samothrācia, ae, f.

Thracian Samos, a small island about thirty-eight miles south of the Thracian coast, supposed by some to have been colonized from Samos, 7.208.

1
Sāmos (-us), ī, f.

Samos, an island southwest of Ephesus, near the coast of Ionia, 1.16.

2
sanciō, sānxī, sānctus, 4, a.

to make sacred; sanction, ratify, 12.200. (sacer)

1
sanciō, sānxī, sānctus, 4, a.

to make sacred; sanction, ratify, 12.200. (sacer)

1
sānctus, a, um

sacred, holy, 2.700; sacred, venerable, 1.426; unstained, with untarnished honor, 12.648. (sanciō)

15
sānē

(adv.), truly, indeed, 10.48, et al. (sānus)

1
sanguineus, a, um

adj. (sanguis), of blood; bloodshot, 4.643; of bloody color or aspect, bloody, 2.207; fiery, bloody, 10.273; ruddy, burnished, 8.622; bloodthirsty, 12.332.

10
sanguis, inis, m.

blood, 3.30, et al.; parentage, lineage, descent, race, 1.19; offspring, son, 6.835.

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saniēs, em, ē, f.

putrid, corrupt blood; bloody matter; gore, 3.618. (rel. to sanguis)

5
sānus, a, um

(adj.), sound in body or mind; male sānus, diseased, morbid with love, love-sick, 4.8.

1
Sarnus, ī, m.

a river running into the Bay of Naples near Pompeii, 7.738.

1
Sarpēdōn, onis, m.

Sarpedon, son of Jupiter and Europa, killed at the siege of Troy by Patroclus, 1.100, et al.

4
Sarrastēs, um, m.

the Sarrastes, a people dwelling near the Sarnus, 7.738.

1
sata, ōrum, n.

things sown or planted; grain, growing grain; crops, 3.139. (serō, serere, sēvī, satus)

3
Satīculus, ī, m.

a Saticulan; of Saticula, a Campanian town, 7.729. (Satīcula)

1
satiō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to satisfy; appease, 2.587. (satis)

1
satis or sat

(adj. and adv.), sufficient, enough; w. gen., 2.314; alone as subject, 2.291; as predicate, 2.642; comp., satius, better, preferable, 10.59.

6
satis or sat

(adj. and adv.), sufficient, enough; w. gen., 2.314; alone as subject, 2.291; as predicate, 2.642; comp., satius, better, preferable, 10.59.

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sator, ōris, m.

a planter; sire, father, 1.254. (1. serō)

2
Satura, ae, f.

a place in Latium, probably on the Pontine marshes, 7.801.

1
Sāturnius, a, um

adj. (Sāturnus), belonging to Saturn; Saturnian; sprung from Saturn; Saturnian, 4.372; subst., Sāturnius, iī, m., the son of Saturn, 5.799; Sāturnia, ae, f., 1. Daughter of Saturn, Juno, 1.23; 2. The city of Saturnia, built by Saturn on the Capitoline hill, 8.358.

1
Sāturnius, a, um

adj. (Sāturnus), belonging to Saturn; Saturnian; sprung from Saturn; Saturnian, 4.372; subst., Sāturnius, iī, m., the son of Saturn, 5.799; Sāturnia, ae, f., 1. Daughter of Saturn, Juno, 1.23; 2. The city of Saturnia, built by Saturn on the Capitoline hill, 8.358.

21
Sāturnus, ī, m.

a deified king of Latium, whose reign was the “golden age"; identified by the Romans with the Greek Cronos, 8.319, et al.

7
saturō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to fill; glut, cloy, appease, 5.608. (satur, full)

2
satus, a, um

begotten of, born of, sprung from, with abl., 2.540; offspring, son of, 5.244; daughter of, 7.331. (serō, serere, sēvī, satus)

1
satus, a, um

begotten of, born of, sprung from, with abl., 2.540; offspring, son of, 5.244; daughter of, 7.331. (serō, serere, sēvī, satus)

1
saucius, a, um

(adj.), wounded, 2.223; pierced, 4.1.

8
saxeus, a, um

adj. (saxum), rocky, stony, 9.711.

2
saxum, ī, n.

a large rough stone, rock, freq., cliff, crag, stone, 1.150; 3.699.

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Scaea, ae

(adj.), western; Scaea Porta, and pl., Scaeae Portae, the Scaean or western gate of Troy, 2.612.

2
scālae, ārum, f.

a ladder; scaling ladder, 2.442. (scandō)

5
scandō, scandī, scānsus, 3, a.

to climb, 2.401; ascend, 2.237.

2
scelerō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

to make impious; desecrate, pollute, 3.42; p., scelerātus, a, um, foul with crime; polluted, impious, wicked, 2.231; accursed, 6.563; pertaining to the guilty or to guilt, due to wickedness, 2.576; sacrilegious, 9.137. (scelus)

7
scelerō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

to make impious; desecrate, pollute, 3.42; p., scelerātus, a, um, foul with crime; polluted, impious, wicked, 2.231; accursed, 6.563; pertaining to the guilty or to guilt, due to wickedness, 2.576; sacrilegious, 9.137. (scelus)

1
scelus, eris, n.

an evil or atrocious deed; a crime, freq.; wickedness, 6.742; (meton.), punishment, 7.307; like nefās for wretch, imp; hence, scelus artificis = artifex scelestus, the accursed deceiver, 11.407.

20
scaena, ae, f.

the stage of a theatre, 4.471; a sylvan scene, view, 1.164.

3
scēptrum, ī, n.

a royal staff; scepter, 1.653; freq.; (meton.), rule, sway, power, royal court, realm, 9.9; 1.253; authority, 11.238.

18
scīlicet

(adv.), one may know or understand; be assured; certainly, in sooth, doubtless; for this purpose, 6.750; ironical, forsooth, 2.577, et al. (sciō and licet)

7
scindō, scidī, scissus, 3, a.

to cut asunder; split, 6.182; part, separate, divide, 1.161; tear, 9.478; (fig.), divide, 2.39.

13
scintilla, ae, f.

a spark, 1.174.

2
sciō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to know, understand, 1.63, et al.; know how, be able, can.

13
Scīpiadēs, ae, m.

one of the Scipios, a Scipio, 6.843. (Scīpiō)

1
scītor, ātus sum, 1, dep. intens. a.

to seek to know; ascertain; inquire, 2.105; p., scītāns, antis, consulting, to consult, 2.114. (sciō)

2
scopulus, ī, m.

a projecting ledge of rock; a high cliff or rock, 1.180; crag, 1.45; ledge, reef, 1.145; detached rock, fragment of rock, 12.531.

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scrūpeus, a, um

adj. (scrūpus, a sharp stone), consisting of jagged stones; flinty, 6.238.

1
scūtātus, a, um

adj. (scūtum), equipped or armed with a shield, 9.370.

1
scūtum, ī, n.

an oblong shield carried by the Roman legionary; a shield in general, 1.101, et al. (σκύτος, hide)

13
Scylacēum, ī, n.

a town on the Bruttian coast, 3.553.

1
Scylla, ae, f.

1. A dangerous rock on the Italian side of the Straits of Messana opposite Charybdis, 3.420; personified as a monster, half woman and half fish, 3.424. 2. The name of one of the ships of Aeneas, 5.122.

7
Scyllaeus, a, um

adj. (Scylla), pertaining to Scylla; Scyllaean, 1.200.

1
scyphus, ī, m.

a cup, goblet, bowl, 8.278.

1
Scӯrius, a, um

adj. (Scӯros), of Scyros, an island in the Aegean northeast of Euboea; Scyrian, 2.477.

1
Sēbēthis, idis or idos, f.

the daughter of Sebethus, a river or river-god of Campania, 7.734.

1
sēcernō, crēvī, crētus, 3, a.

to separate.

2
sēcessus, ūs, m.

a going apart; a retreat, retirement; a recess, 1.159. (sēcēdō)

2
sēclūdō, clūsī, clūsus, 3, a.

to shut apart, off, out; shut up, 3.446; shut out, dismiss, 1.562. (se- and claudō)

2
sēclūsus, a, um

sequestered, retired, 6.704. (sēclūdō)

1
secō, secuī, sectus, 1, a.

to cut, freq.; cut off, 4.704; engrave, carve, 3.464; cut through, cleave, 5.218, et al.; of the channel of a river, 8.63; sail through, pass, 8.96; speed, 6.899; shape out mentally, form, 10.107.

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sēcrētum, ī, n.

anything apart; a solitary place, recess, cave; pl., sēcrēta, ōrum, solitude, chamber, 8.403; secret abode, 6.10. (sēcernō)

2
sēcrētus, a, um

separated, apart, retired, solitary, 2.299; secret; unnoticed, 4.494. (sēcernō)

8
secundō, 1, a.

to direct favorably; aid, favor, prosper; make auspicious, 3.36. (secundus)

2
secundus, a, um

adj. (sequor), the following; second, 5.258; inferior, 11.441; favorable, fair, 4.562; swiftly flying, 1.156; fortunate, prosperous, 1.207; successful, 2.617; joyful, 8.90; 10.266; auspicious, propitious, 4.45; of a river, easily flowing, downwards.

28
secundus, a, um

adj. (sequor), the following; second, 5.258; inferior, 11.441; favorable, fair, 4.562; swiftly flying, 1.156; fortunate, prosperous, 1.207; successful, 2.617; joyful, 8.90; 10.266; auspicious, propitious, 4.45; of a river, easily flowing, downwards.

3
secūris, is, f.

an ax, 2.224, et al. (secō)

10
sēcūrus, a, um

adj. (sē- and cūra), free from anxiety; untroubled, no longer fearing, 1.290; tranquil, undisturbed; peace-giving, peaceful, 6.715;. with gen., reckless, regardless, 1.350; safe from, 7.304.

5
secus

following, late; otherwise, differently; nōn or haud secus, not otherwise, not less; likewise, even so, 2.382, et al.; none the less, nevertheless, 5.862; haud secus ac, nor otherwise than, just as. (comp. adv.), sētius, less, the less; haud sētius, not the less, 7.781.

15
sed

(conj.), except that; but, yet, freq.; sed enim, but indeed, however, 1.19, et al.; sed autem, but yet, 2.101.

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sēdātus, a, um

composed, calm, quiet, 9.30; of the mind, 9.740. (sēdō)

1
sedeō, sēdī, sessus, 2, n.

to sit, 1.56; sit inactive, 9.4; alight, 6.192; (fig.), to be fixed, settled, resolved, 4.15; to suit, be pleasing, 5.418; circum sedēre, to encamp about; to besiege.

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sēdēs, is, f.

a seat of any kind, freq.; (meton.), an habitation, abode, dwelling (pl. for sing.), 2.634; destined or proper place, 2.232; foundation, 2.465; of the sea, bottom, 1.84; temple, shrine, 2.742; palace, 2.760; final resting-place, grave, tomb, 6.328; realm, 7.52. (sedeō)

62
sedīle, is, n.

a bench, seat, 1.167. (sedeō)

3
sēditiō, ōnis, f.

a mutiny; faction, 11.340; uprising, riot; outbreak, tumult, 1.149. (sēd- and eō)

2
sēdō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to cause to sit, to render quiet. (sedeō)

2
sēdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to lead apart or away; to separate, 4.385.

1
seges, etis, f.

a field of grain; standing corn, 2.304; crop, harvest, growth of spears, 3.46; pasture land, 4.129.

6
sēgnis, e

(adj.), tardy, sluggish, dilatory, backward, 11.736; slothful, inactive, 3.513; mean-spirited, cowardly, 9.787; helpless, 10.700; (fig.), idle, exhausted; comp., sēgnior, less glorious, less divine, 4.149; less rapid, 7.383.

16
sēgniter

(adv.), sluggishly; comp., sēgnius, more backward, less furiously; less impetuously, 12.525. (sēgnis)

1
sēgnitiēs, ēī, f.

sloth, tardiness, delay, 2.374. (sēgnis)

1
Selīnūs, ūntis, f.

Selinus, a town on the southwestern coast of Sicily, 3.705.

1
sella, ae, f.

a seat; chair; chair of state, 11.334. (sedeō)

1
semel

(adv.), once, even once, 3.431; once for all, finally, 11.418.

7
sēmen, inis, n.

seed; (fig.), a spark, an element, 6.6; pl., sēmina, seeds of things, vital germs, elements, 6.731. (1. serō)

3
sēmēsus, a, um

adj. (sēmi- and edō), half eaten, 3.244.

2
sēmianimis (in hexam. poetry pron. semyanimis), e

(adj.), half alive; dying, 4.686.

5
sēmifer, fera, ferum

(adj.), half wild; savage; half brute, 10.212; subst., sēmifer, ferī, m. (sc. homō), half beast, 8.267.

2
sēmihomō, inis, m.

a half man, 8.194. (in hexam. poetry the oblique cases are pronounced semyomin-)

1
sēminex (nom. not in use), ecis

adj. (semi- and nex), half slain, half dead, 5.275.

5
sēminō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to plant, sow; produce, 6.206. (sēmen)

1
sēmita, ae, f.

a byway, lane, 9.383; path, 1.418. (sē- and cf. meō, to go)

4
sēmivir, virī, adj., m.

half man, effeminate, unmanly, 4.215.

2
sēmustus, a, um

adj. (sēmi- and ūrō), half burned, half consumed, 3.578.

3
semper

(adv.), always, ever, 2.97, et al.

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senātus, ūs, m.

the council of elders; a senate, 1.426. (senex)

2
senecta, ae, f.

old age, 5.395. (senex)

7
senectūs, ūtis, f.

old age, 5.416; personified, 6.275. (senex)

6
senectūs, ūtis, f.

old age, 5.416; personified, 6.275. (senex)

1
senex, senis (gen. pl., senum, 9.309)

an old man, 4.251; (comp.) senior, ōris, a very aged person; old man, 5.469; sire, 2.509.

7
senex, senis

(adj.), old, aged, hoary, 7.180; (comp.) senior, ōris, older; very aged, 5.179; hoary, 5.704.

14
senex, senis

(adj.), old, aged, hoary, 7.180; (comp.) senior, ōris, older; very aged, 5.179; hoary, 5.704.

9
sēnsus, ūs, m.

feeling; emotion, 4.408; faculty of sense; sense, 7.355; inclination, affection, 4.22; spirit, soul, 6.747; thought, purpose, 12.914. (sentiō)

7
sententia, ae, f.

a feeling or thinking; opinion; resolution, design, purpose, 1.237; 11.21; judgment, 2.35; plan, 4.287; idea, thought, 1.582. (sentiō)

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sentiō, sēnsī, sēnsus, 4, a.

to perceive by the senses; hear, 3.669; see, 4.588; perceive, 1.125; of the intellect and moral faculties, understand, know, 3.360; think, 10.534; will, desire, 10.623; (w. acc. of person), know, 7.434.

16
sentis, is, m. and f.

a thorn, brier, bramble, 2.379.

2
sentus, a, um

adj. (sentis), thorny; rugged; squalid, 6.462.

1
sēnī, ae, a

distrib. num. adj. (sex), six by six, six each; as a cardinal, six, 1.393, et al.

3
sepeliō, pelīvī or peliī, pultus, 4, a.

to perform the rites of sepulture, whether by interring (humāre), or cremation (cremāre); to bury, 3.41; p., sepultus, a, um, buried, 4.34; of slumber, 6.424, et al.

6
septem

(num. adj.), seven, freq.

12
septemgeminus, a, um

(adj.), sevenfold, said of the Nile on account of its seven mouths, 6.800.

1
septemplex, icis

(adj.), sevenfold, 12.925. (septem and plicō),

1
septēnī, ae, a

distrib. num. adj. (septem), seven by seven, seven each; as a cardinal, seven, 5.85.

4
septimus, a, um

(ordin. num. adj.), the seventh, 1.755. (septem)

2
sepulcrum, ī, n.

a place of burial; tomb, sepulchre, grave; burial, sepulture, 2.542. (sepeliō)

11
sequāx, ācis

adj. (sequor), prone to follow; following, pursuing, swiftly pursuing; darting, lambent, 8.432; rapid, 5.193.

3
sequor, secūtus sum, 3, dep. a.

to follow, 1.185; follow closely, pursue, 5.227; seek after, pursue, 3.327; seek to reach, seek, 4.381; 10.193; pursue a plan or course, 3.368; compass, attain, find, 6.457; follow in narrative, recount, 1.342; follow; of words responding to the will, 12.912; yield to the hand, 6.146; attend, favor, 8.15.

1
sequestra, ae, f.

one with whom something is placed in trust; sequestrā pāce, a mediatory peace; a truce, 11.133. (sequor)

1
sequor, secūtus sum, 3, dep. a.

to follow, 1.185; follow closely, pursue, 5.227; seek after, pursue, 3.327; seek to reach, seek, 4.381; 10.193; pursue a plan or course, 3.368; compass, attain, find, 6.457; follow in narrative, recount, 1.342; follow; of words responding to the will, 12.912; yield to the hand, 6.146; attend, favor, 8.15.

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serēnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to make clear or calm, 1.255; spem serēnāre, to exhibit the calm or cheerful look of hope, 4.477. (serēnus)

2
serēnum, ī, n.

(sc. caelum), a clear sky. (serenus, clear, calm, tranquil, serene)

1
serēnus, a, um

(adj.), clear, calm, tranquil, serene, 3.518, et al.; fair, 2.285; subst., serēnum, ī, n. (sc. caelum), a clear sky.

7
Serestus, ī, m.

a companion of Aeneas, 1.611, et al.

8
Sergestus, ī, m.

commander of one of the ships of Aeneas, 1.510, et al.

10
Sergius, a, um

adj. (Sergius), of Sergius, founder of the Roman gens Sergia; Sergian, 5.121.

1
seriēs, em, ē, f.

a chain of things, train, row, succession, series, 1.641. (2. serō)

1
sermō, ōnis, m.

the joining of words; language, conversation, talk, discourse, 1.217; report, rumor, 4.189; speech, words, 12.223; a language, 12.834. (2. serō)

15
serō, sēvī, satus, 3, a.

to sow or plant; with indefinite object omitted, 6.844; scatter, spread, disseminate, 12.228.

15
serō (seruī), sertus, 3, a.

to join together; interweave, plait; interchange words; multa serere, to interweave many things, talk, commune much, 6.160.

1
serpēns, entis (gen. pl. serpentum, 8.436), m. and f.

a creeping thing; snake, serpent, 2.214, et al. (serpō)

9
serpō, serpsī, serptus, 3, n.

to creep, glide, 5.91; steal on or over, 2.269.

2
Serrānus, ī, m.

1. Serranus, a surname in the Atilian gens, 6.844. 2. A Rutulian, 9.335.

3
serta, ōrum, n.

things entwined; garlands, festoons, wreaths, 1.417, et al. (sero, serere, serui, sertus)

4
serva, ae, f.

a female slave, slave, 5.284.

2
servāns, antis (superl., servantissimus, a, um)

observant, w. gen., 2.427.

1
serviō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, n.

to be a slave; dat., to serve, obey, 2.786. (servus, slave)

2
servitium, iī, n.

slavery, bondage, 3.327. (servus, slave)

2
sērus, a, um

(adj.), late, freq.; late in life, 6.764; slow, tardy, 2.373; too late, 5.524; (adv.), sērum, late, 12.864.

1
servō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to save, 3.86, et al.; reserve, 1.207; retain, keep, 6.200; hold, 7.179; continue, maintain, 10.340; guard, 2.450; keep, cherish, 1.36; preserve, inherit, 7.52; sit by, 2.568; dwell, abide by, 6.402; give heed to, watch, observe, 6.338; 11.200.

56
sērus, a, um

(adj.), late, freq.; late in life, 6.764; slow, tardy, 2.373; too late, 5.524; (adv.), sērum, late, 12.864.

12
sēscentī, ae, a

num. adj. (sex and centum), six hundred, 10.172.

1
seu

(conj.), or if, freq.; or, 5.69; elliptical, 11.327; sīve (seu) — sīve (seu), whether — or, 1.569, 570; either — or, 4.240, 241.

10
seu

(conj.), or if, freq.; or, 5.69; elliptical, 11.327; sīve (seu) — sīve (seu), whether — or, 1.569, 570; either — or, 4.240, 241.

16
sevērus, a, um

(adj.), stern, strict, exacting; controlled by inflexible laws or fate; fatal, dreadful, 6.374.

2
Sevērus, ī, m.

a mountain in the Sabine country, 7.713.

1
sex

six, 9.272, et al. (num. indecl. adj.)

4

(conj.), if, freq.; causal, if, indeed, since, 2.102; equivalent to cum, 5.64, et al.; whether, w. subj., 4.110; w. indic., 1.578; for Ō sī, would that, w. subj., 6.187.

205

(conj.), if, freq.; causal, if, indeed, since, 2.102; equivalent to cum, 5.64, et al.; whether, w. subj., 4.110; w. indic., 1.578; for Ō sī, would that, w. subj., 6.187.

1
sībilō, 1, n. and a.

to hiss, 7.447. (sībilus, a hissing)

2
sībilus, a, um

(adj.), hissing, 2.211, et al.

2
Sibylla, ae, f.

a prophetess, a sibyl; the Cumaean sibyl, Deiphobe, 3.452, et al.

12
sīc

(adv.), in this manner; in such a manner; so, thus; explanatory, 2.440, et al.; referring to a preceding participle, 1.225.

162
Sicānī, ōrum, m.

the Sicanians or Sicilians, 5.293, et al.

2
Sicānia, ae, f.

Sicily, 1.557.

1
Sicānus (Sicānius), a, um

adj. (Sicānī), Sicilian, Sicanian, 5.24, et al.

2
Sicānus (Sicānius), a, um

adj. (Sicānī), Sicilian, Sicanian, 5.24, et al.

3
siccō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make dry, drain, suck; dry up, wipe away, 4.687; wash, 10.834. (siccus)

2
siccum, ī, n.

dry ground, sand, or land, 10.301.

1
siccus, a, um

(adj.), dry, 3.135; thirsty, dry, hungry, fasting, 2.358; nearly equivalent to carēns or prīvātus, with abl. foll., drained of blood, 8.261; hence, thirsting for blood, 9.64; subst., siccum, ī, n., dry ground, sand, or land, 10.301.

7
sīcubi

(adv.), if anywhere, 5.677.

1
Siculus, a, um

adj. (Siculī), pertaining to the Siculi, an ancient race, part of which migrated from Latium to Sicily; Sicilian, 1.34, et al.

7
sīcut (sīcutī)

(adv.), so as, just as, even as, 8.22.

1
sīdereus, a, um

adj. (sīdus), abounding in stars, starry, 10.3; star-lighted, 3.586; glittering, flashing, 12.167.

3
Sidicīnus, a, um

adj. (Sidicīnī), pertaining to the Sidicini, or people of Teanum and its territory in the northern part of Campania; Sidicinian, 7.727.

1
sīdō, sīdī, 3, n.

to seat one’s self; perch, alight, 6.203.

1
Sīdōn, ōnis, f.

one of the capitals of Phoenicia, 1.619.

1
Sīdōnius, a, um

(adj.), of Sidon; Sidonian; Phoenician, Tyrian, 1.678, et al.

10
sīdus, eris, n.

a constellation; (fig.), season, 4.309; star, 6.338; bright aspect; weather; storm, 12.451; pl., sīdera, um, weather, vicissitudes of weather, 5.628.

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Sīgēus, a, um

adj. (Sīgēum), pertaining to Sigeum, a promontory and town in the Troad, at the mouth of the Dardanelles, about five miles northwest of Troy; Sigean, 2.312.

2
sīgnificō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to make a sign, signal, beckon, 12.692. (sīgnum and faciō)

1
sīgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to distinguish by a mark or symbol, 6.780; mark, mark out; indicate, designate, 2.697; inscribe, record, 3.287; of the mind, observe, mark, notice, 2.423. (sīgnum)

9
sīgnum, ī, n.

a sign, mark, impress; token, 1.443; sign, 3.388; signal, of games, 5.315; of battle, 10.310; goal, 5.130; figure, 1.648; standard, 7.628; (meton.), a body of men following a standard, troop, battalion, 11.517.

39
Sīla, ae, f.

an extensive forest in the country of the Bruttii in Southern Italy, 12.715.

1
silēns, entis (gen. pl. -tum, 6.432)

still, silent, noiseless, voiceless, 6.264.

6
silentium, iī, n.

of the absence of any kind of sound; noiselessness, silence, stillness, 1.730; pl., 2.255. (silēns)

6
sileō, uī, 2, n. and a.

to be, keep, remain silent, 2.126; be hushed, calm, still, 1.164; w. acc., to pass over in silence; leave unmentioned, unsung, 10.793.

10
silēscō, 3, inc. n.

to become still, 10.101. (sileō)

1
silex, icis, m. and f.

a hard stone, flint, 1.174; rock, 6.602; crag, 6.471.

5
silva, ae, f.

a forest, wood, or grove, 6.444, et al.; stubble, 10.406; (fig.), forest or mass of spears, 10.887.

68
Silvānus, ī, m.

Silvanus, the god who presides over woods. (silva)

1
silvestris, e

adj. (silva), pertaining to the woods and fields; sylvan, pastoral; living in the forest, 9.673.

3
Silvia, ae, f.

daughter of Tyrrheus, 7.487. (silva)

2
silvicola, ae, c.

an inhabitant of the woods, 10.551. (silva and colō)

1
Silvius, iī, m.

the name of several of the descendants of Aeneas, who were kings of Alba, 6.763.

2
similis, e

adj. (comp., similior, ius; superl., simillimus, a, um), like, similar, 1.136, et al.

21
Simoīs, Simoentis, m.

a river which falls into the Scamander near Troy, 1.100, et al.

9
simplex, plicis

(adj.), uncompounded, simple; unmixed, 6.747; single, one, the same.

1
simul

(adv.), at once, together, at the same time, 1.144, et al.; w. abl. (cum being omitted), 5.357; simul ac or atque, as soon as, 4.90; without ac, as soon as, when; w. et, 1.144; simul — simul, and at the same time — and, 1.631; both — and, 1.513, et al.; as soon as — then, no sooner — than, 12.268.

60
simul

(adv.), at once, together, at the same time, 1.144, et al.; w. abl. (cum being omitted), 5.357; simul ac or atque, as soon as, 4.90; without ac, as soon as, when; w. et, 1.144; simul — simul, and at the same time — and, 1.631; both — and, 1.513, et al.; as soon as — then, no sooner — than, 12.268.

2
simul

(adv.), at once, together, at the same time, 1.144, et al.; w. abl. (cum being omitted), 5.357; simul ac or atque, as soon as, 4.90; without ac, as soon as, when; w. et, 1.144; simul — simul, and at the same time — and, 1.631; both — and, 1.513, et al.; as soon as — then, no sooner — than, 12.268.

1
simul

(adv.), at once, together, at the same time, 1.144, et al.; w. abl. (cum being omitted), 5.357; simul ac or atque, as soon as, 4.90; without ac, as soon as, when; w. et, 1.144; simul — simul, and at the same time — and, 1.631; both — and, 1.513, et al.; as soon as — then, no sooner — than, 12.268.

2
simulācrum, ī, n.

an effigy, an image, 2.172; phantom, specter, ghost, apparition, 2.772; representation, image, 5.585. (simulō)

7
simulō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make similar; imitate, 6.591; pretend, 2.17; to make a false show of, feign, 1.209; p., simulātus, a, um, made to imitate, counterfeiting, 4.512; dissembling, 4.105; imitating, resembling, 3.349. (similis)

10
sīn

(conj.), but if, if on the contrary, 1.555, et al.

10
sine

(prep. with abl.), without, 1.133, et al.; (connecting substantives), 6.292; 10.636. For sē- or sēd- in composition, see sē-.

29
singultō, no perf., ātus, 1, n. and a.

to sob, rattle in the throat, gulp, 9.333.

1
singultus, ūs, m.

a gasp.

1
singulī, ae, a.

(distrib. num. adj.), one by one; one each; separate, single, 3.348, et al.; subst., singula, ōrum, n., all things individually, 1.453; everything, every object or part, 8.618.

6
sinister, tra, trum

(adj.), left, 7.689; on the left side or left hand, 6.548; (fig.), wrong-headed, perverse, 11.347; adverse, inauspicious, unlucky, ill-boding.

6
sinistra, ae, f. (sc. manus)

the left hand, 2.443, et al.

8
sinō, sīvī, situs, 3, a.

to allow, permit, suffer, 1.18; leave off, forbear, 10.15; (with inf. or subj. following), suffer, let, 10.433; 5.163; spare, 10.598; leave, (w. acc. and dat.), 9.620.

31
Sinōn, ōnis, m.

a Greek, son of Aesimus, 2.79, et al.

4
sinuō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make into a fold or folds; to coil, wind, 2.208. (sinus)

1
sinuōsus, a, um

adj. (sinus), winding, tortuous, 11.753.

1
sinus, ūs, m.

a fold, 1.320; (fig.), sail, canvas, 5.16; bosom, 4.686; a gulf or bay, 1.243; winding stream, a winding, 6.132; a winding, curvature, depth, 1.16l; curving billow, 11.626.

19
Sīrēnes, um, f.

the Sirens, fabulous beings, in the form of birds with the faces of virgins, dwelling on dangerous rocks near the coast of Campania, to which they attracted mariners by their songs, 5.864.

1
Sīrius, iī, m.

Sirius or Canicula, the dog-star, 3.141.

1
Sīrius, a, um

adj. (Sīrius), of the dog-star; Sirian, 10.273.

1
sistō, stitī, status, 3, a. and n.

to cause to stand, put, set, place, w. abl. of place, 2.245, et al.; place before one, bring, 4.634; fix, plant, 10.323; stop, 12.355; arrest, stay, 6.465; support, sustain, maintain, 6.858; set, place, 6.676; n., stand still, to stop, remain, abide, 3.7; stand in fight, 11.873.

15
sīstrum, ī, n.

a metallic rattle, consisting of a small frame of horseshoe form with sliding cross-bars, used by the priests of Isis, 8.696.

1
sitis, is, f.

thirst; dryness, drought, 4.42.

2
situs, ūs, m.

position; order, 3.451; being let alone; neglect, roughness, squalor, mold, 6.462; rust, decrepitude, dotage, 7.440. (sinō)

4
sīve or seu

(conj.), or if, freq.; or, 5.69; elliptical, 11.327; sīve (seu) — sīve (seu), whether — or, 1.569, 570; either — or, 4.240, 241.

11
sīve or seu

(conj.), or if, freq.; or, 5.69; elliptical, 11.327; sīve (seu) — sīve (seu), whether — or, 1.569, 570; either — or, 4.240, 241.

7
socer, erī, m.

a father-in-law, 6.830, et al.; pl., socerī, ōrum, parents-in-law, parents, 2.457.

8
sociō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make one a socius; to share, unite, associate, 1.600; join in marriage, 12.27. (socius)

5
socius, iī, m.

an associate, ally, 9.150; companion, friend, comrade, 1.198, et al.

95
socius, a, um

adj. (socius), allied, friendly, 3.15; confederate, 2.613; of one's country or countrymen, 5.36; kindred, 3.352.

9
sodālis, e, c.

a comrade, companion, 10.386.

1
sōl, sōlis, m.

the sun, 1.431, et al.; a day, 3.203; sunlight, 2.475; as a god, Sōl, 1.568, et al.; pl., sōlēs, days, 3.203.

31
sōl, sōlis, m.

the sun, 1.431, et al.; a day, 3.203; sunlight, 2.475; as a god, Sōl, 1.568, et al.; pl., sōlēs, days, 3.203.

6
sōlācium, iī, n.

a soothing; solace, consolation, 5.367. (sōlor)

4
sōlāmen, inis, n.

a means of consoling; a solace, 3.661; consolation, 10. (sōlor)

3
soleō, solitus sum, 2, n.

to be wont, accustomed, 2.456.

13
solidum, ī, n.

solid ground; fig.; 11.427.

1
solidus, a, um

(adj.), the whole, whole, entire, 6.253; massive, 2.765; solid, hard, 6.552; sound, unimpaired, 2.639.

8
solitus, a, um

having been accustomed, wont, 9.591; p., wonted, usual, habitual, 7.357, et al.

6
solium, iī, n.

a seat, 8.178; throne, 1.506.

10
sollemnis, e

adj. (sollus, whole, and annus), coming at the completion of a year; annual; stated; ceremonial; religious, solemn, 5.53; festive, 2.202; customary, 12.193; subst., sollemne, is, n., pl., sollemnia, ium, solemnities, sacrificial rites, offerings, 5.605.

3
sollemnis, e

adj. (sollus, whole, and annus), coming at the completion of a year; annual; stated; ceremonial; religious, solemn, 5.53; festive, 2.202; customary, 12.193; subst., sollemne, is, n., pl., sollemnia, ium, solemnities, sacrificial rites, offerings, 5.605.

6
sollicitō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to stir up, agitate; try to pull out, 12.404; make anxious, disquiet, disturb, 4.380. (solicitus)

4
sollicitus, a, um

adj. (sollus, whole, and cieō), wholly excited; of the mind, solicitous, troubled, burdened with care, anxious, 3.389.

3
sōlor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to solace, console, 5.770; assuage, comfort, aid, relieve, 5.41; console one's self for, 1.239.

10
solum, ī, n.

the bottom or ground of anything; soil, earth, ground, 1.367, et al.; land, 3.698; foundation, 10.102; the water beneath a ship, as its support; the water, sea, 5.199; support, table, 7.111.

30
solvō, solvī, solūtus, 3, a.

to unbind, loosen, 6.652, et al.; unfurl, 4.574; unfasten, cast off, 5.773; unyoke, unharness; of the hair, undo, dishevel, 3.65, et al.; dissolve, confound, mix, 12.205; separate, divide, 5.581; (fig.), set free, release, disenthrall, 4.487; exempt, release, 10.111; break, 10.91; pay, fulfill, perform, 3.404; dispel, cast off, banish, 4.55; 1.463; paralyze, 1.92; 12.951; of sleep or drunkenness, relax, 5.856; drown, 9.189; (pass.), solvor, sink, 4.530. (2. sē- and luō)

34
sōlus, a, um

(adj.), alone, sole, only, 1.664, et al.; solitary, 4.82; lonely, 4.462; remote, solitary, 11.545; one only, an only, 7.52; (adv.), sōlum, only.

61
solvō, solvī, solūtus, 3, a.

to unbind, loosen, 6.652, et al.; unfurl, 4.574; unfasten, cast off, 5.773; unyoke, unharness; of the hair, undo, dishevel, 3.65, et al.; dissolve, confound, mix, 12.205; separate, divide, 5.581; (fig.), set free, release, disenthrall, 4.487; exempt, release, 10.111; break, 10.91; pay, fulfill, perform, 3.404; dispel, cast off, banish, 4.55; 1.463; paralyze, 1.92; 12.951; of sleep or drunkenness, relax, 5.856; drown, 9.189; (pass.), solvor, sink, 4.530. (2. sē- and luō)

4
somnifer, era, erum

adj. (somnus and ferō), sleep-bringing; soothing, 7.758.

1
somnium, iī, n.

a dream, 5.840; personified, 6.283. (somnus)

2
somnium, iī, n.

a dream, 5.840; personified, 6.283. (somnus)

1
somnus, ī, m.

sleep, slumber, 1.680, et al.; a dream, 1.353; night, 1.470, et al.; personif., Somnus, the god of sleep, 5.838, et al.

40
somnus, ī, m.

sleep, slumber, 1.680, et al.; a dream, 1.353; night, 1.470, et al.; personif., Somnus, the god of sleep, 5.838, et al.

2
sonāns, antis

sounding, resounding, murmuring, rustling, rattling, freq. (sonō)

9
sonipēs, edis

adj. (sonus and pēs), noisy-hoofed; subst. m., horse, courser, steed, 4.135.

3
sonitus, ūs, m.

a sounding; noise, 2.732, et al.; roaring, 2.209; thunder, 6.586. (sonō)

32
sonō, sonuī, sonitus, 1, n. and a.

to sound, resound, freq.; murmur, 3.442, et al.; chirp, 12.477; rattle, 4.149; roar, 1.246; thunder, 2.113; (w. acc.), indicate by sound, betray, reveal, 1.328; boast, 12.529.

28
sonor, ōris, m.

a noise, sound; clash, clang, din, 9.651. (sonō)

2
sonōrus, a, um

adj. (sonor), loud-sounding; roaring, 1.53; ringing, resounding, 12.712.

3
sōns, sontis

(adj.), hurtful; guilty, 6.570.

2
sonus, ī, m.

a sound, noise, 2.728. (sonō)

8
sōpiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to put to sleep; p., sōpītus, a, um, lulled to sleep, 1.680; slumbering, 5.743. (sopor)

5
sopor, ōris, m.

sleep; sound, deep slumber, 2.253; personified, 6.278.

6
sopor, ōris, m.

sleep; sound, deep slumber, 2.253; personified, 6.278.

1
sopōrifer, era, erum

adj. (sopor and ferō), somniferous, sleep-bringing, 4.486.

1
sopōrō, no perf., ātus, 1, a.

to cause to sleep or to render sleepy; to make soporific; to drug, 5.855. (sopor)

2
sopōrus, a, um

adj. (sopor), sleep-bringing, drowsy, 6.390.

1
Sōracte, is, n.

Soracte, in Etruria, northeast of Rome, on which in ancient times was a temple of Apollo, 7.696.

2
sorbeō, uī, 2, a.

to suck; absorb, draw on, 3.422.

1
sordidus, a, um

adj. (sordēs, filth), unclean, filthy, unsightly, squalid, 6.301.

1
soror, ōris, f.

a sister, 1.322; sorōrēs Tartareae, the Furies, 7.327.

39
sors, sortis, f.

a lot, 5.490, et al.; fate, lot, destiny, fortune, condition, 6.114; hazard, 12.54; luck, success, victory, 12.932; oracular response, oracle, 4.346; 7.254; allotment, designation, 6.431; division, part, 10.40.

27
sortior, ītus sum, 4, dep. n. and a.

to cast lots; obtain, get, take by lot, 3.634; share, 8.445; distribute, 3.510; assign, allot, appoint, 3.376; select, choose, 2.18; 12.920. (sors)

8
sortītus, ūs, m.

a drawing of lots; allotment, 3.323. (sortior)

1
sōspes, itis

(adj.), saved; safe, 11.56; alive, 8.470.

2
spargō, sparsī, sparsus, 3, a.

to scatter, strew; cast in fragments, 3.605; disperse, 1.602; shower, hurl, 12.51; sprinkle, 4.512; besprinkle, bedew, stain, 8.645; infuse, 4.486; (fig.), spread abroad, disseminate, 2.98; bring over or upon, diffuse, 7.754.

34
spargō, sparsī, sparsus, 3, a.

to scatter, strew; cast in fragments, 3.605; disperse, 1.602; shower, hurl, 12.51; sprinkle, 4.512; besprinkle, bedew, stain, 8.645; infuse, 4.486; (fig.), spread abroad, disseminate, 2.98; bring over or upon, diffuse, 7.754.

1
Sparta, ae, f.

Sparta, or Lacedaemon, in Laconia.

2
Spartānus, a, um

adj. (Sparta), Spartan, 1.316.

1
sparus, ī, m.

a rustic weapon having an iron head with projecting hook or blade, something like a halberd; a hunting spear, 11.682.

1
spatior, ātus sum, 1, dep. n.

to walk about or to and fro; move about, 4.62. (spatium)

1
spatium, iī, n.

room, space, distance, 5.321, et al.; course, voyage, 10.219; place, direction, 5.584; respite, time, 4.433; pl., spatia, ōrum, course, track, 5.316.

16
speciēs, ēī, f.

aspect, appearance, 6.208; sight, 2.407; form; in a moral sense, reputation, propriety, honor, 4.170. (speciō, look)

3
specimen, inis, n.

a means of seeing or knowing; token, symbol, emblem, 12.164. (speciō, look)

1
spectāculum, ī, n.

a striking object of sight; a sight, show, spectacle, 6.37. (spectō)

1
spectātor, ōris, m.

a beholder, 10.443. (spectō)

1
spectō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n.

to look at, view, gaze at, 5.655; (fig.), examine, prove, try, test, approve, 8.151; estimate, 9.235; n., look on, 10.760. (speciō, look)

1
spectō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n.

to look at, view, gaze at, 5.655; (fig.), examine, prove, try, test, approve, 8.151; estimate, 9.235; n., look on, 10.760. (speciō, look)

8
specula, ae, f.

a lookout; watch-tower, 4.586; eminence, hill, 3.239; a height, 11.526. (speciō, look)

2
speculātor, ōris, m.

a lookout; scout, spy, 12.349. (speculor)

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

to look out, mark, survey, behold, espy, 7.477; watch, consider, observe, 1.516. (specula)

6
specula, ae, f.

a lookout; watch-tower, 4.586; eminence, hill, 3.239; a height, 11.526. (speciō, look)

4
specus, ūs, m., f., and n.

a cave, cavern; cavity, deep wound, 9.700.

5
spēlunca, ae, f.

a cavern, 1.60; retreat, 5.213.

12
spernō, sprēvī, sprētus, 3, a.

to sever, remove; (fig.), reject, despise, scorn, disdain, 4.678; insult, 1.27.

3
spērō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to hope, w. acc.; hope for, 1.451; expect, fear, 1.543; look for, expect, 4.419; w. acc. and inf., 9.158; w. inf. fut., 4.382; w. inf. pres., 4.338. (spēs)

19
spēs, speī, f.

hope, expectation, prospect, freq.

46
spīculum, ī, n.

a sharp point; (meton.), an arrow, a dart, javelin, spear, 5.307.

17
spīna, ae, f.

a thorn, 3.594, et al.; the vertebrae, spine, backbone, 10.383.

2
Spīō, ūs, f.

Spio, one of the Nereids, 5.826.

1
spīra, ae, f.

a fold, coil, especially of serpents, 2.217, et al.

2
spīrābilis, e

adj. (spīrō), that may be breathed; vital, 3.600.

1
spīrāculum, ī, n.

a breathing-place; (fig.), of Hades, breathing vent, mouth, 7.568. (spīrō)

1
spīrāmentum, ī, n.

a means of breathing; of the lungs, breathing-cell, air-duct, channel, 9.580. (spīrō)

1
spīritus, ūs, m.

a breathing; breath; air; blast, 12.365; life, soul, spirit, 4.336; divine air, mien, 5.648. (spīrō)

4
spīrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to breathe, blow, 5.844; palpitate, 4.64; pant; breathe heavily, 7.510; heave, boil, 10.291; of odors, breathe forth, exhale, emit; w. acc., 1.404; p., spīrāns, antis, lifelike, breathing, 6.847.

12
spissus, a, um

(adj.), compact, thick, dense, 2.621; hardened, 5.336.

3
splendeō, uī, 2, n.

to shine, gleam, 7.6.

1
splendeō, uī, 2, n.

to shine, gleam, 7.6.

1
splendidus, a, um

adj. (splendeō), gleaming, shining, bright, brilliant; splendid, sumptuous, stately, 1.637.

1
spoliō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to take the spoils; to strip; despoil, 12.297; plunder, rob, 5.661; with acc. and abl., strip, deprive, despoil of, 5.224, et al. (spolium)

8
spolium, I, n.

that which is taken from the body of a slain man or beast; spoil, trophy, 1.289; spolia opīma, the arms or spoils taken by a victorious general from the body of a hostile commander slain in battle, 6.855.

22
sponda, ae, f.

the frame of a bedstead or couch; a couch, 1.698.

1
spondeō, spopondī, spōnsus, 2, a.

to promise, pledge, give assurance, 5.18, et al.

3
sponte, f.

abl. of obs. spōns, of which only the gen., spontis, and abl. occur, by or of one's own will, of its own or their own will, 4.341; of one's self, of itself, of themselves, 6.82; freely, voluntarily, spontaneously; nōn sponte, helplessly, 11.828.

3
spōnsa, ae, f.

one promised as a bride; the betrothed, 2.345. (spondeō)

1
sponte, f.

abl. of obs. spōns, of which only the gen., spontis, and abl. occur, by or of one's own will, of its own or their own will, 4.341; of one's self, of itself, of themselves, 6.82; freely, voluntarily, spontaneously; nōn sponte, helplessly, 11.828.

2
spūma, ae, f.

froth, foam, spray, 1.35; pl., spray, 3.208. (spuō, spit)

5
spūmō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to foam, 3.534, et al. (spūma)

12
spūmeus, a, um

adj. (spūma), foamy, frothy, foaming, 2.419.

5
spūmō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to foam, 3.534, et al. (spūma)

13
spūmōsus, a, um

adj. (spūma), full of foam; foaming, 6.174.

2
squāleō, uī, 2, n.

to be rough, foul, neglected, waste; p., squālēns, entis, foul, filthy, neglected, squalid, 2.277; of armor, scaly, covered with work of scales, embossed, 10.314.

3
squālor, ōris, m.

foulness, roughness, filth, squalor, 6.299. (squāleō)

1
squāma, ae, f.

a scale of fishes, serpents, etc.; of the small plates or scales of armor, 11.488; singular as a collective, scales, 5.88, et al.

6
squāmeus, a, um

adj. (squāma), covered with scales; scaly, 2.218.

1
stabilis, e

adj. (stō), steadfast, lasting, permanent, 1.73.

2
stabulō, 1, n.

to be in a stall or standing-place; to stay, harbor, dwell, 6.286. (stabulum)

1
stabulum, ī, n.

stable, stall, 2.499; a shepherd's dwelling, grange, 7.512; den, haunt, 6.179; cattle-camp, 8.207. (stō)

9
stāgnō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to be stagnant, to form a standing pool; to overflow, so as to form standing pools or lakes; overflow, 3.698. (stāgnum)

1
stāgnum, ī, n.

a collection of standing water; a pond, pool, lake; sluggish water or stream, 6.323; pl., stāgna, ōrum, deep waters of the sea, 1.126; waters, 6.330. (stō)

9
statiō, ōnis, f.

a standing; place of standing; station, post, 9.183; anchorage, 2.23; resting-place, haunt, 5.128. (stō)

5
statuō, statuī, statūtus, 3, a.

to station, place, set, 1.724; to place at or on the altar; found, build, 1.573; set up, 8.271; restore, stay, 12.506; of the mind, resolve, determine, decide, 11.302. (status)

13
status, ūs, m.

a standing; position, state, condition, 7.38. (stō)

1
stella, ae, f.

a star, freq.; a meteor, 2.694.

7
stellō, no perf, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to cover over with stars; to stud with stars; p., stellāns, antis, starry, 7.210; p., stellātus, a, um, set with stars; (fig.), glittering, gleaming, 4.261. (stella)

2
sterilis, e

(adj.), unproductive, unfruitful, 3.141; barren, 6.251.

2
sternāx, ācis

adj. (sternō), throwing flat; throwing the rider; plunging, 12.364.

1
sternō, strāvī, strātus, 3, a.

to spread out, spread, 1.700; stretch on the ground, strike down, slay, 1.190; cast down, prostrate, devastate, 2.306; make level, smooth, calm, 5.763; spread, cover, 8.719; strew, litter; overthrow, conquer, 6.858; pass. (in middle sense), sternor, ī, to stretch one's self, lie down, 3.509.

47
Steropēs, is, m.

a lightning-forger; a cyclops at the forge of Vulcan, 8.425.

1
Sthenelus, ī, m.

1. Sthenelus, an Argive chief, charioteer of Diomedes, 2.261. 2. A Trojan slain by Turnus, 12.341.

2
Sthenius, iī, m.

a Rutulian slain by Pallas, 10.388.

1
stimulō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to spur; to rouse, urge, 4.576; infuriate, incite, 4.302. (stimulus)

2
stimulus, ī, m.

a prick; spur, (fig.), 6.101, et al.; incentive, sting.

6
stīpātus, a, um

pressing on, charging together, 10.328; surrounded, 4.544. (stīpō)

1
stīpes, itis, m.

a log or post, stem, trunk of a tree, 3.43; club, 7.524.

5
stīpō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to tread down, compress; pack together, store up, 1.433; load, w. acc. and dat., 3.465; throng around, attend, 4.136.

6
stirps, stirpis, f.

the lower part of the trunk together with the roots of plants and trees; the extremity, end; root; trunk, tree, 12.770; (fig.), origin, descent, lineage, stock, race, 1.626, et al.

19
stō, stetī, status, 1, n.

to stand; stand up or erect, 2.774; remain standing, remain, 1.268; rise, 6.554; stand one's ground, fight, 5.414; of blood, to be stanched, 12.422; stand complete, be built, 3.110; stand at anchor, be moored, 3.277, 403; to be situated, lie, 3.210; remain firm, persistent, 7.374; to stand out with, be filled with, 6.300; to be thick with, 12.408; emphatic for esse, to be, 6.471, et al.; of the mind, to be fixed, 1.646; to depend, 2.163; (impers.), stat, it is fixed, determined, resolved, 2.750, et al.; stāre prō, to defend, 8; 653.

88
stomachus, ī, m.

the gullet; chest, stomach, 9.699.

1
strāgēs, is, f.

a prostrating; slaughter, havoc, carnage, 6.829, et al.; ēdere strāgem, to make havoc, 9.784. (cf. sternō)

6
strāmen, inis, n.

something spread out; a couch, litter, 11.67. (sternō)

1
strātum, ī, n.

that which is spread out; a layer, cover; bed, couch, 3.513; pavement, 1.422. (sternō)

7
strepitus, ūs, m.

a noise; an uproar; din, 6.559; stir, noise of festivity, 1.725; confused noise, 1.422. (strepō)

6
strepō, uī, itus, 3, n. and a.

to make a noise; murmur, 6.709; of music, resound, 8.2; of arms, ring, rattle, clash, 10.568.

4
strīctūra, ae, f.

a mass or bar of hot iron, 8.421. (stringō)

1
stringō, strīnxī, strīctus, 3, a.

to draw tight, bind; of a sword, draw out, draw, 2.334; graze, touch lightly, go near, 5.163; trim up, cut, 1.552; (fig.), touch the mind, 9.294.

1
strīdeō, 2, n., and strīdō, strīdī, 3

to produce a grating or shrill sound; to creak, 1.449; gurgle, 4.689; rustle, 1.397; whiz, roar, 1.102; hiss, 8.420; twang, 5.502.

21
strīdeō, 2, n., and strīdō, strīdī, 3

to produce a grating or shrill sound; to creak, 1.449; gurgle, 4.689; rustle, 1.397; whiz, roar, 1.102; hiss, 8.420; twang, 5.502.

4
strīdor, ōris, m.

a harsh, grating, or whizzing sound; a creaking, whistling, 1.87; din, clank, rattling, 6.558; humming, 7.65. (strīdō)

7
strīdulus, a, um

adj. (strīdō), hissing, whizzing, twanging, 12.267.

1
stringō, strīnxī, strīctus, 3, a.

to draw tight, bind; of a sword, draw out, draw, 2.334; graze, touch lightly, go near, 5.163; trim up, cut, 1.552; (fig.), touch the mind, 9.294.

19
Strophades, um, f.

the Strophades, two small islands in the Ionian Sea off the coast of Messenia, where the Harpies were allowed to remain, and where Zetes and Calais turned back from the pursuit of them. Hence the name, from στρέφειν, to turn; the islands of turning, 3.210.

2
struō, strūxī, strūctus, 3, a.

to place side by side or upon; to pile up; build, erect, 3.84; cover, load, 5.54; arrange, 1.704; like īnstruō, to form or draw out a line of battle, 9.42; (fig.), to plan, purpose, intend, 4.271; bring about, effect, 2.60. (rel. to sternō)

13
Strӯmonius, a, um

adj. (Strӯmon, a river of Thrace), Strymonian, Thracian, 10.265.

2
Strӯmonius, iī, m.

an Arcadian follower of Pallas, 10.414.

1
studium, iī, n.

earnest feeling or effort; eager or deep anxiety, 12.131; desire, impatience, 4.400; emulous zeal, rival acclamation, applause, 5.148; desire, purpose, 2.39; pursuit, study, sympathy, interest, 5.450; delight, 11.739; abl., studiō, with zeal, earnestly, thoughtfully, 6.681, et al. (studeō, to be zealous)

11
stupefaciō, fēcī, factus, 3, a.

to amaze, stupefy, astound, bewilder, 5.643; surprise, 7.119. (stupeō and faciō)

2
stupeō, uī, 2, n. and a.

to be amazed or dazed; to be bewildered, confounded, lost in wonder, 1.495; wonder at, 2.31.

8
stūppa, ae, f.

the coarse part of flax; the calking of a ship; tow, 5.682.

1
stūppeus, a, um

adj. (stūppa), made of tow or flax; flaxen, 2.236.

2
Stygius, a, um

adj. (Styx), pertaining to the Styx; of Hades; Stygian, 4.638, et al.

18
Styx, Stygis, f.

the Styx, the river of Hades which encompassed the final abode of the dead, 6.439, et al. ("the hateful")

2
suādeō, suāsī, suāsus, 2, n. and a.

to advise, warn, urge, exhort, 1.357, et al.; invite, 2.9; impel, prompt, 11.254; compel, force, 10.367.

11
sub

(prep. with abl. and acc.); (with abl.), under, (denoting situation); beneath, under, freq.; at the foot of, 3.5; in the lower part of a thing, in, 1.453; down in, deep in, 1.36; by, close, to, 5.837; (of time), in, 4.560; (of rank or order), just behind, next after, 5.323; close to, in subjection to, subordinate to, under, 9.643; by reason of, under, 2.83; (with acc.), denoting tendency, down to, 4.243; down under, into, 4.654; down before, 6.191; near to, 5.327; in the midst of, 12.811; (of approaching the foot of some high object), up to or close to, 2.442; to or towards, 6.541; (of some object situated above or on high), up to, towards, 3.422, et al.; of time, just before or after; following after, in reply to, 5.394; coming under, subject to, under, 4.618; sub noctem, at nightfall, 1.662.

160
subdō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to put under; place or fasten under, 12.675; bury, 7.347.

2
subdūcō, dūxī, ductus, 3, a.

to haul, draw up, 1.573; w. abl. of place, 3.135; (w. acc. and dat.), draw, rescue from, 10.81; draw or take away stealthily, withdraw, 6.524; draw from beneath, 3.565.

8
subeō, iī, itus (p. subiēns, euntis), 4, n. and a.

to go or come under, into, or up to; alone, or with acc. and prep., or with dat.; without a case, come up, 2.216; go under, bend, stoop down under, 10.522; come after; follow, 2.725; take one's place, 12.471; enter, 1.171; come into or upon the mind, suggest itself, occur, 2.560; with acc. and prep., go, advance towards, 8.359; with dat., come or go up to, down to, into, 5.203; succeed to, 5.176; come after, follow, 10.371; with acc., approach, enter, 1.400; go under a burden, bear, with abl. of instrument, 2.708; go under the yoke, draw, 3.113; enter the mind of, strike, occur to, 9.757; approach, reach, 3.512; approach, 7.22; meet, encounter, 10.798; attack, 9.344.

49
sūber, eris, n.

the cork tree, 7.742.

2
subiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to cast, throw, place or put under, 2.236; (fig.), to excite, kindle, 12.66; to subjoin, utter in reply, answer, 3.314; p., subiectus, a, um, cast under, put under, 6.223; situated under, bowed, bending, 2.721; put down, subdued, conquered, 6.853. (sub and iaciō)

11
subiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to cast, throw, place or put under, 2.236; (fig.), to excite, kindle, 12.66; to subjoin, utter in reply, answer, 3.314; p., subiectus, a, um, cast under, put under, 6.223; situated under, bowed, bending, 2.721; put down, subdued, conquered, 6.853. (sub and iaciō)

1
subigō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to drive under or up; drive, push, force, drive on, urge, compel, 5.794; subdue, subject, conquer, 1.266; urge on, exasperate, 12.494. (sub and agō)

10
subitō

(adv.), suddenly, 1.88, et al.

24
subitus, a, um

having come up suddenly; unexpected, sudden, 2.692; suddenly, 3.225. (subeō)

27
subiungō, iūnxī, iūnctus, 3, a.

to join under or to; fasten, 10.157; (fig.), conquer, 8.502.

2
sublābor, lāpsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to slip or glide beneath, 7.354; sink down, decline, ebb, wane, 2.169; pass silently by, 2.686.

3
sublevō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to lift from beneath; uplift, raise, 10.831.

1
subligō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bind under; bind, gird on, 8.459; attach, fasten, 11.11.

2
sublīme

(adv.), loftily, aloft, on high, 10.664.

1
sublīmis, e

(adj.), raised up, elevated, uplifted, 11.602; aloft; on high, 1.259; through the air, 1.415; on high, 6.720; to heaven, 5.255; of lofty soul, 12.788; (adv.), sublīme, loftily, aloft, on high, 10.664.

15
sublūstris, e

adj. (sub and cf. lūx), faintly gleaming, lurid, 9.373.

1
summergō, mersī, mersus, 3, a.

to plunge beneath; submerge, sink, 1.40. (sub and mergō)

4
summittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to send or put under; yield, 4.414; p., summissus, a, um, let down; bowing down, kneeling, prostrate, 3.93; submissive, 10.611; humble, 12.807. (sub and mittō)

1
summittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a.

to send or put under; yield, 4.414; p., summissus, a, um, let down; bowing down, kneeling, prostrate, 3.93; submissive, 10.611; humble, 12.807. (sub and mittō)

4
summoveō, mōvī, mōtus, 2, a.

to move from beneath; remove, drive away, 6.316; separate, 7.226. (sub and moveō)

3
subnectō, nexuī, nexus, 3, a.

to tie beneath; to bind under, 1.492; bind, fasten, 4.139; tie or bind up, 10.138.

4
subnīxus, a, um

resting or seated on, 1.506; sustained, defended by, 3.402; held up by or bound under, 4.217.

2
subnīxus, a, um

resting or seated on, 1.506; sustained, defended by, 3.402; held up by or bound under, 4.217.

1
subolēs, is, f.

a shoot; twig, sprout; offspring, of men, 4.328.

1
subrēmigō, 1, n.

to row lightly, swim along, 10.227.

1
subrīdeō, rīsī, 2, n.

to smile, 1.254; 10.742.

4
subrigō, 3, a.

to raise up, erect, 4.183; cf. surgō. (sub and regō)

1
subsidium, iī, n.

that which remains behind; a reserve; support; relief, 10.214; aid, 12.733. (sub and cf. sedeō)

2
subsīdō, sēdī, sessus, 3, n. and a.

to sit or settle down, 12.492; to sink down, fall, subside, 5.820; remain, 5.498; subside, remain below, be lost or disappear, 12.836; (w. acc.), to lie in wait for, remain, or watch for the spoils of, 11.268.

5
subsistō, stitī, 3, n. and a.

to stand after; halt, stand still, 2.243; wait, remain, 11.506; tarry, remain behind, 2.739; stop, 12.491; withstand, resist, hold out, 9.806.

10
subtēmen, inis, n.

that which is woven under or passed under or across the warp in weaving; the cross thread, weft, woof or filling; thread; 3.483. (subtexō)

1
subter

(prep. w. acc. and abl.), below, beneath, under, 3.695; beneath, 4.182. (sub)

5
subter

(prep. w. acc. and abl.), below, beneath, under, 3.695; beneath, 4.182. (sub)

1
subtexō, texuī, textus, 3, a.

to weave beneath; to veil or cover from below; cover, veil, 3.582.

1
subtrahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a.

to draw from beneath; withdraw, 6.465; sweep away, 5.199.

3
subvectō, 1, freq. a.

to carry up often, carry up, bring up, 11.474; transport, convey, 11.131; carry across, 6.303.

3
subvehō, vexī, vectus, 3, a.

to carry up; (pass.), ride up, ascend, 11.478; 5.721; sail, float up, 8.58.

3
subveniō, vēnī, ventus, 4, n.

to come up to; relieve, succor, 12.406.

1
subvolvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll up, 1.424.

1
suburgeō, 2, a.

to push up to, 5.202.

1
succēdō, cessī, cessus, 3, n. and a.

to go, come up to or under, with dat., or acc. and prep., or without a case, to go up to, visit, 8.507; ascend, 12.235; come up to, advance to, 2.478; approach, 7.214; encounter, 10.847; enter, 1.627; creep under, disappear beneath, 5.93; to descend into the earth, to be buried, 11.103; take up, take upon one's self, 2.723; go under, be yoked to, 3.541; to follow, 11.481; to turn out well; succeed, come to pass, 11.794. (sub and cēdō)

25
succendō, cendī, cēnsus, 3, a.

to set on fire from beneath; (fig.), inflame, incite, 7.496. (sub and obs. candō; cf. incendō)

1
successus, ūs, m.

a going up, an advance; success, good fortune, 2.386; speed, 12.616. (succēdō)

5
succīdō, cīdī, cīsus, 3, a.

to cut beneath; cut, sever, 9.762. (sub and caedō)

3
succidō, 3, n.

to fall down; sink down, 12.911. (sub and cadō)

1
succingō, cīnxī, cīnctus, 3, a.

to gird beneath; gird up; wrap, 10.634; gird, 1.323. (sub and cingō)

2
succingō, cīnxī, cīnctus, 3, a.

to gird beneath; gird up; wrap, 10.634; gird, 1.323. (sub and cingō)

3
succumbō, cubuī, cubitus, 3, n.

to fall down; succumb, yield, 4.19. (sub and cubō)

1
succurrō, currī, cursus, 3, n.

to run up; run to assist; with dat., to aid, succor, relieve, help, 1.630; impers., succurrit, it comes into the mind, occurs, seems, 2.317. (sub and currō)

9
Sūcrō, ōnis

a Rutulian, 12.505.

1
sūcus, ī, m.

juice.

1
sudēs, is, f.

a stake; a palisade, 11.473.

3
sūdō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to sweat, w. abl., 2.582, et al.; ooze out, distill.

1
sūdor, ōris, m.

sweat, 2.174. (sūdō)

7
sūdus, a, um

adj. (se- and udus), dry; subst., sūdum, ī, n., clear weather; clear sky, 8.529.

1
suēscō, suēvī, suētus, 3, inc. n. and a.

to become accustomed, to be wont, used, accustomed, 3.541.

2
suēscō, suēvī, suētus, 3, inc. n. and a.

to become accustomed, to be wont, used, accustomed, 3.541.

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sufferō, sustulī, sublātus, ferre, irreg. a.

to carry from beneath, bear up, sustain; resist; withstand, 2.492. For the tenses of the perfect stem and participle in the sense of lift up, take away, etc., see tollō. (sub and ferō)

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sufficiō, fēcī, fectus, 3, a. and n.

to make or produce underneath or within anything; dye; tinge, suffuse, 2.210; raise up, produce; supply, lend, afford, 2.618; to be adequate to, sufficient for; strong enough, able, 5.22. (sub and faciō)

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suffundō, fūdī, fūsus, 3, a.

to pour from below; pour through; overspread, suffuse, 1.228. (sub and fundō)

2
suggerō, gessī, gestus, 3, a.

to bring or put under or up to; supply, reach, 10.333; place beneath, apply to, 7.463. (sub and gerō)

2
suī (gen.), sibi (dat.), sē or, emphasized, sēsē (acc. and abl.)

(reflex. pron., sing. and pl.), of himself, herself, itself, themselves, etc., freq.; (abl. with cum), sēcum, with one's self, 4.29.

288
suī, ōrum, m.

one's friends, kinsmen, countrymen, followers, etc., 6.611, et al. (suus)

15
sulcō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to plow, 5.158. (sulcus)

2
sulcus, ī, m.

a furrow, 6.844; furrow, 1.425; track, train, 2.697.

5
sulphur, uris, n.

sulphur, 2.698.

1
sulphureus, a, um

adj. (sulphur), sulphureous, 7.517.

1
Sulmō, ōnis, m.

a Latin, 9.412.

2
sum, fuī, esse, irreg. n.

to be, as the copula between subject and predicate, freq.; to exist, be, 2.325, et al.; to pertain, belong to; one has or possesses, 3.433, et al.; (impers.), to be possible, one can, one may, 6.596; (imperat.), estō, be it so, grant, 4.35; archaic forms, pres, subj., fuam, ās, at, -ant, from fuō, 10.108; imperf. subj., forem, ēs, et, -ent, inf., fore, 1.235; rēs est alicui cum aliquō, one has a contest with one, 9.155.

443
summa, ae, f.

the chief thing; chief point, 12.572; the sum and substance; all, the whole, 4.237; summa bellī, the command or direction of the war, 10.70. (f. of summus, sc. rēs)

3
summum, ī, n.

the top. (superus)

2
sūmō, sūmpsī, sūmptus

to take up, 2.518; to take, accept, receive; to exact, take, inflict, 2.576; adopt, select, choose, 4.284; assume, put on. (sub and emō)

12
suō, suī, sūtus, 3, a.

to sew or stitch; fasten, form compactly; p., sūtus, a, um; p. subst., sūtum, ī, n., texture, plate, or scale of a coat of mail, 10.313.

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super

(prep. with acc. and abl.); (with acc.), over, above, 1.379; beyond, 6.794; upon, on, 1.295, 680; besides; super ūsque, even beyond, beyond, 11.317; (with abl.), upon, 1.700; over (him or his body), 5.482; about, of, concerning, 1.750, et al.; for, for the sake of, 4.233, et al.

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super

(adv.), above, 4.684, et al.; above, from above, 10.384; moreover, 4.606; besides, 1.29; more than enough, 2.642; remaining, surviving, left (with ellipsis of esse), 3.489, et al.; still (or above), 4.684; of time, in, during, 9.61.

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superō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

surmount; go over, 6.676; rise above, 2.219; pass by or beyond, 1.244; make one's way through, 8.95; overpower, slay, 1.350; overcome, conquer, 2.311; prevail, 5.22; surmount, 3.368; remain, survive, be still living, 3.339; be left; remain, 12.873; be proud, elated, rejoice, 5.473; superāre ascēnsū, to mount, ascend, 2.303. (super)

2
superbia, ae. f.

haughtiness, pride, arrogance, audacity, insolence, 1.529. (superbus)

1
superbus, a, um

adj. (super), overbearing, haughty, proud, insolent, fierce, 1.523; superior, mighty, 1.21; audacious, 12.326; hard, cruel, 12.877; stately, superb, magnificent, splendid, 1.639.

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superbus, a, um

adj. (super), overbearing, haughty, proud, insolent, fierce, 1.523; superior, mighty, 1.21; audacious, 12.326; hard, cruel, 12.877; stately, superb, magnificent, splendid, 1.639.

1
superēmineō, 2, n. and a.

to rise above, tower above, 1.501.

3
superīnfundō, no perf., fūsus, 3 a.

to pour out upon (by tmesis), 6.254.

1
superī, ōrum, m.

those of the upper world, the living as opposed to the dead, 6.481; the gods above, or gods of Olympus as opposed to the infernal gods, 1.4.2.302, et al.

17
superiaciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a.

to throw above or over; overcast, overtop, 11.625.

1
superimmineō, 2

to overhang, press upon, 12.306.

1
superincumbo, -ere

lay or cast oneself upon

1
supernē

(adv.), from above, out above, above, 6.658. (supernus)

1
superō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

surmount; go over, 6.676; rise above, 2.219; pass by or beyond, 1.244; make one's way through, 8.95; overpower, slay, 1.350; overcome, conquer, 2.311; prevail, 5.22; surmount, 3.368; remain, survive, be still living, 3.339; be left; remain, 12.873; be proud, elated, rejoice, 5.473; superāre ascēnsū, to mount, ascend, 2.303. (super)

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superstes, itis

adj. (superstō), remaining over, surviving, 11.160.

1
superstitiō, ōnis, f.

religious awe; superstition, 8.187; sacred oath, fear-inspiring oath, 12.817. (superstō)

2
superstō, no perf. nor sup., 1, n.

to stand over, 10.540.

1
supersum, fuī, esse, irreg., n.

to be over; to be left, remain (separated by tmesis), 2.567; survive, 8.399.

12
superveniō, vēnī, ventus, 4, n.

to come over or upon; come unexpectedly; fall upon, 12.356.

1
superus, a, um

adj. (super), above, upper, supreme, 3.20; of the upper world as opposed to Hades, 2.91; 10.40; superae sēdēs, the sky, Olympus, 11.532; supera, the upper world, 7.562; the sky, heaven, 6.787; subst., superī, ōrum, m., those of the upper world, the living as opposed to the dead, 6.481; the gods above, or gods of Olympus as opposed to the infernal gods, 1.4; superl., suprēmus, a, um, the highest; most exalted, 10.350; illustrious, 7.220; extreme, 3.590; last, final, 2.11; subst., suprēmum, ī, n., the end, 12.803; pl., suprēma, ōrum, the last honors, rites, 6.213; (adv.), suprēmum, for the last time, 3.68; superl., summus, a, um, the uppermost, topmost, highest, 2.463; situated on a height; high, 2.166; the highest part of, summit of, top of, 2.302, et al.; surface of, 5.819, et al.; main, chief, 1.342; utmost, greatest, 5.197; supreme, 1.665; most important, 9.227; latest, last, 2.324, et al.; summa rēs, the chief or common interest, common weal, 11.302; the chief conflict, 2.322; subst., summum, ī, n., the top.

1
supervolō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to fly over or above, 10.522.

1
superus, a, um

adj. (super), above, upper, supreme, 3.20; of the upper world as opposed to Hades, 2.91; 10.40; superae sēdēs, the sky, Olympus, 11.532; supera, the upper world, 7.562; the sky, heaven, 6.787; subst., superī, ōrum, m., those of the upper world, the living as opposed to the dead, 6.481; the gods above, or gods of Olympus as opposed to the infernal gods, 1.4; superl., suprēmus, a, um, the highest; most exalted, 10.350; illustrious, 7.220; extreme, 3.590; last, final, 2.11; subst., suprēmum, ī, n., the end, 12.803; pl., suprēma, ōrum, the last honors, rites, 6.213; (adv.), suprēmum, for the last time, 3.68; superl., summus, a, um, the uppermost, topmost, highest, 2.463; situated on a height; high, 2.166; the highest part of, summit of, top of, 2.302, et al.; surface of, 5.819, et al.; main, chief, 1.342; utmost, greatest, 5.197; supreme, 1.665; most important, 9.227; latest, last, 2.324, et al.; summa rēs, the chief or common interest, common weal, 11.302; the chief conflict, 2.322; subst., summum, ī, n., the top.

112
supīnus, a, um

adj. (sub), on the back; bent backward; of the hands bent back in supplication, suppliant, 3.176.

2
suppleō, plēvī, plētus, 2, a.

to fill up; to supply, furnish, 3.471. (sub and pleō, fill)

1
supplex, icis

adj. (supplicō, beseech), kneeling, entreating, suppliant, 3.439; subst., supplex, icis, c., a suppliant, 2.542.

15
supplex, icis, c.

a suppliant, 2.542. (supplicō, beseech)

7
suppliciter

(adv.), in a suppliant manner; suppliantly; as a suppliant or suppliants, 1.481. (supplex)

2
supplicium, iī, n.

a kneeling to receive blows; punishment, 4.383; penalty, 6.740; hurt, wound, 6.499. (supplex)

8
suppōnō, posuī, positus, 3, a.

to put, place under, 6.24; put to the throat, thrust under, 6.248. (sub and pōnō)

4
suprā

(prep. w. acc., and adv.), over, 3.194; above, 12.839; upon, 9.553; after its case, 4.240; (adv.), above, 7.32.

9
suprā

(prep. w. acc., and adv.), over, 3.194; above, 12.839; upon, 9.553; after its case, 4.240; (adv.), above, 7.32.

4
suprēmum

(adv.), for the last time, 3.68. (superus)

2
suprēmum, ī, n.

the end, 12.803; pl., suprēma, ōrum, the last honors, rites, 6.213. (superus)

2
sūra, ae, f.

the calf of the leg; the leg, 1.337.

3
surgō, surrēxī, surrēctus, 3, a. and n.

to raise, prick up, 4.183; rise, spring up, arise, 3.513, et al.; as an enemy, 10.28; to swell, 9.30; to tower up, 10.725; increase, grow, rise, 4.274; impend, threaten, 4.43. Cf. subrigō. (sub and regō)

47
sūs, suis, c.

a hog, swine, 1.635; sow, 3.390.

8
suscipiō, cēpī (succēpī, 1.175), ceptus, 3, a.

to take up, 4.391; receive, catch, 1.175; conceive, beget, 4.327; undertake, 6.629; reply, 6.723; to take up the new-born child; (pass.), to be born, 4.327. (sub and capiō)

7
suscitō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to stir up, turn up; to rekindle, 5.743; rouse, incite, 2.618; call forth, 8.455.

10
suspectus, a, um

suspected, conjectured, guessed at; in suspicion, suspicious, mistrusted, 2.36; causing suspicion, fear, apprehension; distrusted, 3.550. (suspiciō)

3
suspectus, ūs, m.

a looking up; upward views; distance upward, height, 6.579; elevation, 9.530. (suspiciō)

2
suspendō, pendī, pēnsus, 3, a.

to hang up, 6.859; hang, 1.318; p., suspēnsus, a, um, suspended, scarcely touching the ground or water, 7.810; hanging, 8.190; as adj., in suspense, uncertain, doubtful, in doubt, 6.722; anxious, 2.729; filled with awe, 3.372.

10
suspēnsus, a, um

in suspense, uncertain, doubtful, in doubt, 6.722; anxious, 2.729; filled with awe, 3.372.

7
suspiciō, spexī, spectus, 3, a. and n.

to look up to, 6.668; behold, see; look upon with wonder; admire; survey, 1.438. (sub and speciō, look)

6
suspīrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to breathe from beneath or deeply; to sigh, 1.371.

1
sustentō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to uphold; hold up, support, sustain, 10.339; poise, 10.304; second, support, 11.224; maintain, 12.662; bear up against, withstand, 11.873. (sustineō)

6
sustineō, tinuī, tentus, 2, a.

to hold up; sustain, bear, 7.786; hold up, poise, 12.726; hold, wave, 7.398; check, withstand, 10.799; keep off, 11.750; repel, 9.708; maintain, support. (sub and teneō)

10
sūtilis, e

adj. (suō), stitched together, sewed; made of stitched hides or skins, 6.414.

2
suus, a, um

his, her, its, their; his own, etc., 6.641, et al.; proper, appropriate, peculiar; fitting, 5.54; favorable, friendly, propitious, 5.832; emphatic for ēius, 4.633. (suī)

1
suus, a, um

his, her, its, their; his own, etc., 6.641, et al.; proper, appropriate, peculiar; fitting, 5.54; favorable, friendly, propitious, 5.832; emphatic for ēius, 4.633. (suī)

68
Sybaris, is, m.

a Trojan warrior, 12.363.

1
Sӯchaeus, ī, m.

a Tyrian prince, the husband of Dido, 1.343, et al.

7
Sӯchaeus, a, um

adj. (Sӯchaeus), pertaining to Sӯchaeus, of Sychaeus, 4.552.

1
Sӯmaethius, a, um

adj. (Sӯmaethum), of Symaethum, a river and town on the eastern coast of Sicily; Symaethian, 9.584.

1
syrtis, is, f.

a sand-bank or shoal in the sea; esp., Syrtis Maior and Syrtis Minor, on the northern coast of Africa, 4.41; a sand-bank, shoal, 1.111.

3
syrtis, is, f.

a sand-bank or shoal in the sea; esp., Syrtis Maior and Syrtis Minor, on the northern coast of Africa, 4.41; a sand-bank, shoal, 1.111.

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