HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
tābeō, 2, n.

to melt; drip, be drenched, 1.173; to waste away, be wan, 12.221.

1
tābēs, is, f.

a melting, wasting away; repining, woe, grief, 6.442. (tābeō)

1
tābidus, a, um

adj. (tabeō), melting away; wasting, consuming, 3.137.

1
tabula, ae, f.

a board, plank, 1.119.

2
tabulātum, ī, n.

a planking; floor, platform, story, 2.464. (tabula)

2
tābum, ī, n.

corrupt matter; putrid blood; gore, 3.29. (tābeō)

5
Taburnus, ī, m.

a ridge of the Apennines south of Caudium, 12.715.

1
taceō, uī, itus, 3, n. and a.

to be silent, not to speak, 2.94; to be still, quiet, hushed, 4.525; leave unmentioned; p., tacēns, entis, noiseless, silent, 6.265.

3
tacitus, a, um

passed over in silence, unmentioned, 6.841; unobserved, 2.568; unexpressed, secret, hidden, 4.67; silent, in silence, 2.125; silent, speechless, 4.364; still, noiseless, 6.386; calm, 1.502; quiet, solitary, in the night, 7.343; per tacitum, in silence, quietly, 9.31. (taceō)

1
tacitus, a, um

passed over in silence, unmentioned, 6.841; unobserved, 2.568; unexpressed, secret, hidden, 4.67; silent, in silence, 2.125; silent, speechless, 4.364; still, noiseless, 6.386; calm, 1.502; quiet, solitary, in the night, 7.343; per tacitum, in silence, quietly, 9.31. (taceō)

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tāctus, ūs, m.

a touching; touch, 2.683. (tangō)

2
taeda, ae, f.

pitch-pine, 4.505; a brand, 7.71; torch, nuptial torch, 4.18; marriage, 4.339.

12
taedet, taeduit or taesum est, 2, impers. a.

it irks, wearies, disgusts me, thee, etc.; I (thou, he, etc.) am wearied, tired, 4.451.

3
taenia, ae, f.

a band, fillet; hairband; ribbon, braid, forming the ends of the vitta, 5.269.

2
Tagus, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 9.418.

1
tālāria, ium, n.

sandals; winged sandals, 4.239. (tālus, ankle)

1
talentum, ī, n.

a monetary weight or sum, varying in different periods and countries, but around 60-70 lb., usually gold or silver; a large sum, weight, or amount, 5.112, et al.

6
tālis, e

(adj.), such, in kind or nature; correlative to quālis, such, 1.503; such, of such sort or kind, 1.74; without quālis, such as has been said, 1.50; such as follows; this, 1.131; so distinguished, so great, 1.335; so critical, 11.303; introducing a comparison, 9.710.

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Talos, ī, m.

a Rutulian, 12.513.

1
tam

correlative to quam, so much, by so much, 7.787; without quam, so as, so much, in such a manner, to such a degree, freq.

23
tamen

(conj.), however, notwithstanding, nevertheless, still, yet.

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Tanais, is, m.

a Rutulian, 12.513.

1
tandem

(adv.), at length, at last, finally, 2.76, et al.; pray then, now, 1.369. (tam)

42
tangō, tetigī, tāctus, 3, a.

to touch, 3.324, et al.; of lightning, strike, blast; of touching a shore, reach, enter, arrive at, 4.612; (fig.), affect, move, 1.462; encounter, experience, 4.551; overtake, come home to, 4.596.

15
tantō

by so much, so much, 6.79. (tantus)

2
tantum

(adv.), so much, 6.877; just so much; only, 2.23; in tantum, to such a degree or height, so high, 6.876; tantum — quantum, so great (such, so much) — as.

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tantum

(adv.), so much, 6.877; just so much; only, 2.23; in tantum, to such a degree or height, so high, 6.876; tantum — quantum, so great (such, so much) — as.

9
tantus, a, um

(adj.), so great, such, regularly followed by quantus; alone, 1.606, et al.; explanatory, so great, such, 1.33, et al.; followed by quam, so great as, 6.352, et al.; in tantum, to such a degree or height, so high, 6.876; tantum — quantum, so great (such, so much) — as.

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tapēte, is, n. and tapēs, ētis (acc. pl., tapētas), m.

a coverlet; tapestry, hanging; a carpet, 9.358; abl. pl., tapētīs (perhaps from tapētum, ī), with housings, 7.277.

3
Tarchō, ōnis or ontis, m.

an Etrurian prince, ally of Aeneas, 11.727, et al.

11
tardō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to render slow; hinder, cripple, delay, 5.453; impede, enfeeble, 6.731; hold back, detain, retard, 11.21. (tardus)

7
tardus, a, um

(adj.), slow, sluggish, tardy, 5.154; backward, lingering, coming on late, 1.746; sluggish, gross, carnal, 6.720.

10
Tarentum, ī, n.

Tarentum, a city of Greek origin on the coast of lower Italy, 3.551.

1
Tarpēia (trisyll.), ae, f.

a follower of Camilla, 11.656.

1
Tarpēius (trisyll.), a, um

(adj.), pertaining to the Tarpeian rock or precipitous part of the Capitoline Hill at Rome; Tarpeian, 8.347.

2
Tarquinius, a, um

(adj.), Tarquinian; the designation of the Roman gens to which belonged Tarquinius Priscus and Tarquinius Superbus, 6.817; subst., Tarquinius, iī, Tarquinius or Tarquin, 8.646.

2
Tarquitus, ī, m.

a Rutulian slain by Aeneas, 10.550.

1
Tartarus, ī, m., pl., Tartara, ōrum, n.

the lower world, Hades; especially that portion which was set apart for the wicked; Tartarus, 5.734, et al.

10
Tartareus, a, um

adj. (Tartarus), pertaining to Tartarus; Tartarean, 6.551; in a general sense, infernal, Tartarean, 6.295.

7
Tartarus, ī, m., pl., Tartara, ōrum, n.

the lower world, Hades; especially that portion which was set apart for the wicked; Tartarus, 5.734, et al.

1
Tatius, iī, m.

Titus Tatius, a Sabine king, at first hostile to Romulus, but at last joint king with him over Romans and Sabines, 8.638.

1
taureus, a, um

adj. (taurus), of bulls; bull’s-, 9.706.

1
taurīnus, a, um

adj. (taurus), of a bull or bull's, 1.368.

1
taurus, ī, m.

a bull, steer, ox, bullock, 2.202, et al.

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tēctum, ī, n.

a covering; roof, 2.302; a house, 1.425; building, 3.134; 6.29; palace, 1.632; habitation, dwelling, abode, 6.211; shelter, haunt, covert, 6.8; battlement, 9.558. (tegō)

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tegō, tēxī, tēctus, 3, a.

to cover, 3.25, et al.; cover in the funeral urn, inclose, 6.228; surround, encompass, 11.12; protect, defend, shield, 2.430; shelter, 3.583; hide, conceal, 3.236; shut up, 2.126; overshadow, 8.95.

2
Tegeaeus, a, um

adj. (Tegea), of Tegea, a town in Arcadia; Tegean, Arcadian, 5.299.

2
tegmen (tegumen), inis, n.

a means of covering; skin, hide, 1.275; clothing, 3.594; shield, 9.577; tegmen crūrum, close-fitting trousers worn by Phrygians, 11.777. (tegō)

13
tegō, tēxī, tēctus, 3, a.

to cover, 3.25, et al.; cover in the funeral urn, inclose, 6.228; surround, encompass, 11.12; protect, defend, shield, 2.430; shelter, 3.583; hide, conceal, 3.236; shut up, 2.126; overshadow, 8.95.

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tēla, ae, f.

a web; the long thread of a woven fabric; the warp; web, 4.264. (texō)

5
Tēleboae, ārum (um), m.

a people of Acarnania, a part of whom migrated to the island of Capreae in the Bay of Naples, 7.735.

1
tellūs, ūris, f.

the earth, 6.140; ground, soil, earth, 1.358; land, 1.171; a land (of an island), 1.34; a country, territory, state, kingdom, 11.245; personified, Tellūs, the goddess Tellus or Earth, 4.166.

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tellūs, ūris, f.

the earth, 6.140; ground, soil, earth, 1.358; land, 1.171; a land (of an island), 1.34; a country, territory, state, kingdom, 11.245; personified, Tellūs, the goddess Tellus or Earth, 4.166.

2
Telōn, ōnis, m.

king of the Teleboans in the island of Capreae, 7.734.

1
tēlum, ī, n.

a missile weapon, freq.; a bolt, 1.665; shaft, arrow, 1.191; spear, lance, javelin, 1.99; weapon, 2.447; point, 12.387; blow or caestus, 5.438.

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temerē

(adv.), by chance; promiscuously, 9.329; in vain, 9.375.

2
temerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to treat recklessly; outrage; desecrate, defile, profane, 6.840.

1
temnō, 3, a.

to despise, disdain, scorn, defy, 1.665; p., temnendus, a, um, to be despised; insignificant, small, 10.737.

5
tēmō, ōnis, m.

the tongue or pole of a plow or cart; wagon, chariot, 12.470.

1
temperō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to attemper; combine in due proportions; with acc., regulate, adjust; refresh; allay, moderate, calm, 1.146; restrain, 1.57; with abl. or dat., abstain from, 2.8. (tempus)

3
tempestās, ātis, f.

a portion of time; a season; weather; flashing light; radiance, 9.20; a storm, tempest, 1.53; cloud, tempest of missiles, 12.284; storm of war, 7.223; calamity, 11.423; cloud, personif., Tempestātēs, um, demons of storms, storms, 5.772. (tempus)

14
tempestās, ātis, f.

a portion of time; a season; weather; flashing light; radiance, 9.20; a storm, tempest, 1.53; cloud, tempest of missiles, 12.284; storm of war, 7.223; calamity, 11.423; cloud, personif., Tempestātēs, um, demons of storms, storms, 5.772. (tempus)

1
templum, ī, n.

a portion of the heavens marked out or cut off for auguries; a place set apart as holy; holy ground; a shrine, fane, chapel, temple, 1.416, et al.(cf. τέμνω, cut off)

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tempus, oris, n.

1. Time in general, a period, time, 1.278; interval or space of time, 4.433; crisis, circumstance, juncture, 7.37; season, fitting time, opportunity, proper moment, 4.294; ex longō (tempore), in or for a long time, 9.64. 2. The temple of the forehead, 9.418; commonly pl., 2.684; of animals, 12.173.

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tempus, oris, n.

1. Time in general, a period, time, 1.278; interval or space of time, 4.433; crisis, circumstance, juncture, 7.37; season, fitting time, opportunity, proper moment, 4.294; ex longō (tempore), in or for a long time, 9.64. 2. The temple of the forehead, 9.418; commonly pl., 2.684; of animals, 12.173.

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tenāx, ācis

adj. (teneō), holding on or fast; tenacious; adhering to, persistent in, w. gen., 4.188.

4
tendō, tetendī, tentus or tēnsus, 3, a. and n.

to stretch; stretch forth or out, 6.314; strain, lift, raise, 2.405; hold, reach out or up, 2.674; direct, 1.410; aim, 5.489; strain, bend, 7.164; shoot, 9.606; stretch, fill, 3.268; n., reach, extend, descend, 4.446; hold, direct one's course, go to, proceed, 5.286, et al.; advance, 12.917; 9.795; hasten, 2.321; make for, advance, 2.205; hold one’s flight, fly, 6.198; make one’s way to, visit (ad omitted), 6.696; maintain, keep one's course, 5.21; stretch the tents; encamp, 2.29; tend, lead, 6.541; struggle, endeavor, strive, 5.155; contend, 12.553; design, purpose, intend, 1.18; essay, try to answer, 9.377; quō tenditis, what is your purpose? 5.670.

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tenebrae, ārum, f.

darkness, 9.425; gloom, 6.238; 2.92; dark abode, 6.545.

17
tenebrōsus, a, um

adj. (tenebrae), dark, dusky, murky, 5.839.

2
Tenedos, ī, f.

an island in the Aegean about five miles from shore in sight of Troy, 2.21.

3
teneō, uī, tentus, 2, a. and n.

to hold, in every sense, freq.; hold fast, grasp, 2.530; 12.754; cling to, 2.490; keep, hold, 1.482; inhabit, 1.12; gain, reach, 1.400; seize upon, 12.673; hold one's course through, traverse, 7.287; hold, direct one's way, 1.370; retain, 6.235; to have, inherit, 5.121; preserve, maintain, observe, 3.408; govern, rule, 1.236; detain, 1.670; withhold, forbid, 12.819; bind, control, 2.159; fill, possess, 1.132; keep in mind or memory; n., have possession, be master, 2.505; prīma tenēre, to take the lead, 10.157; sē tenēre, stand fast, 7.589. (rel. to tendō)

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tener, era, erum

(adj.), tender, 2.406; young, 11.578; light, delicate, 3.449; thin, 9.699.

6
tenor, ōris, m.

a holding on; a continuous course; course. (teneō)

1
temptāmentum, ī, n.

a trial; essay; experiment; approach, 8.144. (temptō)

1
temptō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a.

to hold much; handle, feel; make trial in any way; examine, investigate, search out, test, sound, explore, 2.38; seek for, attempt to find, seek, 3.146; seek to win the mind, approach, conciliate, gain, 4.113; attempt, try, essay, 2.334; assail, attack, 11.350; stir up, provoke, 10.87. (teneō)

27
tentōrium, iī, n.

a tent, 1.469. (tendō)

1
tenuis, e

adj. (cf. tendō), stretched out; slender, thin, 4.278; light, 3.448; little, 10.511; airy, ethereal, 6.292; delicate, fine, 4.264; scanty, yielding a scanty livelihood, 8.409; reduced, perishing, sinking, 5.690; simple, trivial, humble.

19
tenus

(prep. w. gen. or abl., placed after its case), as far as; up to, 2.553; down to, to, 3.427; to, 1.737; hāc tenus, separated by tmesis, thus far, 5.603.

5
tepefaciō, fēcī, factus, 3, a.

to make tepid or warm; (pass.), to reek, 9.333.

2
tepeō, 2, n.

to be moderately warm; to reek, 8.196.

2
tepēscō, uī, 3, inc. n.

to grow warm, 9.701. (tepeō)

1
tepidus, a, um

adj. (tepeō), lukewarm, tepid; warm, 3.66; smoking, reeking, 9.455.

6
ter

(num. adv.), thrice, three times, 1.94, et al. (trēs)

38
terebinthus, ī, f.

the turpentine tree; a kind of ebony, 10.136.

1
terebrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bore through; pierce, penetrate, 2.38; take out by boring, bore out, 3.635. (terebra, an instrument for boring)

2
teres, etis

adj. (terō), rubbed or rounded off smooth; tapering, 7.665; polished, 5.313; well twisted, strong, 11.579.

6
Tēreus, eī or eos, m.

a Trojan, 11.675.

1
tergeminus, a, um

(adj.), of threefold birth; threefold, having three bodies, 8.202; of three forms or names; triple, 4.511.

2
tergeō, tersī, tersus, 2, a., and tergō, 3, a.

to wipe; clean, polish, 7.626.

1
tergum, ī, and tergus, oris (1.211; 9.764), n.

the back of men or animals, 1.296, et al.; the stern of a ship, 5.168; skin, hide, 1.211; gauntlet, hide, 5.403; form, frame, body, 2.231; carcass, body, 1.635; length, long body, 2.208; a layer, plate, 10.482; pl., terga, ōrum, members, frame, 6.422; gauntlets, 5.419; ā tergō, behind, 1.186; in tergum, to the rear, 11.653; vertere or dare terga, to run away, retreat, 6.491; 9.794.

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tergum, ī, and tergus, oris (1.211; 9.764), n.

the back of men or animals, 1.296, et al.; the stern of a ship, 5.168; skin, hide, 1.211; gauntlet, hide, 5.403; form, frame, body, 2.231; carcass, body, 1.635; length, long body, 2.208; a layer, plate, 10.482; pl., terga, ōrum, members, frame, 6.422; gauntlets, 5.419; ā tergō, behind, 1.186; in tergum, to the rear, 11.653; vertere or dare terga, to run away, retreat, 6.491; 9.794.

1
terminō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to put bounds to; limit, 1.287. (terminus)

1
terminus, ī, m.

a boundary line; limit, end, destiny, 4.614.

1
ternī, ae, a.

distrib. num. adj. (trēs), three each, 5.247; as a cardinal, three, 1.266; once in the sing., ternō ōrdine, in triple rank, in three tiers, 5.120.

6
terō, trīvī, trītus, 3, a.

to rub; wear, clash, strike, 5.324; of time, spend, pass, 9.609; waste, 4.271.

4
terra, ae, f.

the earth; a land, country, 3.13; land as opposed to sea or water, 1.598, et al.; to air, sky, 4.184, et al.; ground, 1.395; an estate, a farm, 6.811; pl., terrae, ārum, lands, for the sing., 6.18; the world, all lands, 4.607; orbis terrārum, the world, the whole earth, 1.233; sub terrās, to the lower world, 4.654; terram petere, to fall upon the ground prostrate in awe and fear, 3.93; in death, 10.489.

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terra, ae, f.

the earth; a land, country, 3.13; land as opposed to sea or water, 1.598, et al.; to air, sky, 4.184, et al.; ground, 1.395; an estate, a farm, 6.811; pl., terrae, ārum, lands, for the sing., 6.18; the world, all lands, 4.607; orbis terrārum, the world, the whole earth, 1.233; sub terrās, to the lower world, 4.654; terram petere, to fall upon the ground prostrate in awe and fear, 3.93; in death, 10.489.

3
terrēnus, a, um

adj. (terra), made of earth; earthen, of earth, 11.850; earthly, earth-born, 6.732.

2
terreō, uī, itus, 2, a.

to frighten, alarm, appall, terrify, freq.; threaten, seek to terrify, 10.879.

24
terribilis, e

adj. (terreō), frightful, appalling, terrible, fearful, 6.299, et al.

9
terrificō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to affright, terrify, 4.210. (terrificus)

1
terrificus, a, um

adj. (terreō and faciō), causing terror; dread-inspiring, alarming, terrifying, dreadful, dread, 5.524.

3
territō, 1, freq. a.

to fill with alarm; affright, alarm, 4.187. (terreō)

4
terror, ōris, m.

fright, fear, dread, alarm, 7.552, et al. (terreō)

8
tertius, a, um

(ordin. num. adj.), the third, 1.265, et al. (trēs)

13
tessera, ae, f.

a square tablet; a ticket inscribed with the watchword; the watchword or password, 7.637.

1
testis, is, c.

a witness, 5.789.

3
testor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to testify, bear witness to, with acc. of object witnessed, 3.487; to call to witness, appeal to, with acc. of witness called upon, 2.155; invoke, 12.496; w. object omitted, adjure, implore, 3.599; declare, proclaim, 6.619; beseech (call to witness the offering), 11.559. (testis)

17
testūdō, inis, f.

a tortoise; a vaulted roof, vault, 1.505; a testudo, formed of the shields of soldiers held over their heads, 2.441.

4
taeter, tra, trum

(adj.), disagreeable; foul, loathsome, 3.228.

2
Tetrica, ae, m.

a mountain in the Sabine country, 7.713.

1
Teucer (Teucrus), crī, m.

1. Teucer, first king of Troy, son of the river-god Scamander, and father-in-law of Dardanus, 1.235. 2. Teucer, son of Telamon and Hesione, half-brother of Ajax, and founder of Salamis in Cyprus, 1.619.

6
Teucrī, ōrum, m.

the Trojans, descendants of Teucer, 1.38, et al.; adj., Teucrian, Trojan, 9.779, et al. (Teucer)

5
Teucrī, ōrum, m.

the Trojans, descendants of Teucer, 1.38, et al.; adj., Teucrian, Trojan, 9.779, et al. (Teucer)

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Teucria, ae, f.

the Trojan land; Troy, 2.26. (Teucer)

1
Teuthrās, antis, m.

an Arcadian follower of Pallas, 10.402.

1
Teutonicus, a, um

adj. (Teutonī), of the Teutons, Teutonic, Germanic, 7.741.

1
texō, texuī, textus, 3, a.

to weave; to build cunningly; form, fashion, fabricate, construct, 2.186; make intricate movements, interweave, 5.593; p., textus, a, um, woven, constructed, made, 5.589.

5
textilis, e

adj. (texō), woven, embroidered, 3.485.

1
textum, ī, n.

that which is woven or plaited; a texture, 8.625. (texō)

1
Thaemōn, ōnis, m.

a Lycian, follower of Aeneas, 10.126.

1
thalamus, ī, m.

a bedchamber; chamber, 2.503; couch, 6.280; marriage, 4.18; bridals, the bride, 7.388; pl., thalamī, ōrum, nuptials, wedlock, marriage, 6.94.

20
Thalīa, ae, f.

Thalia, an Oceanid or sea-nymph, 5.826.

1
Thamyrus, i, m.

a Trojan, 12.341.

1
Thapsus, ī, f.

Thapsus, a city and peninsula of the eastern coast of Sicily, 3.689.

1
Thaumantias, adis, f.

the daughter of Thaumas, Iris, 9.5. (Thaumas)

1
Theānō, ūs, f.

the wife of the Trojan Amycus, 10.703.

1
theātrum, ī, n.

a place for seeing; a theater, 1.427; any place suited for public spectacles; theatrī circus, the curving area of a theater, formed by nature, 5.288.

3
Thēbae, ārum, f.

Thebes, the capital of Boeotia, 4.470.

1
Thēbānus, a, um

adj. (Thēbē), of Thebe, in Mysia; Theban, 9.697.

1
Themillās, ae, m.

a Trojan, 9.576.

1
Thermōdōn, ontis, m.

a river of Pontus, in the country of the Amazons, 11.659.

1
Thērōn, ōnis, m.

a Latin warrior slain by Aeneas, 10.312.

1
Thersilochus, ī, m.

1. A Paeonian allied with the Trojans, and slain by Achilles, 6.483. 2. A Trojan.

2
thēsaurus, ī, m.

a treasure, 1.359.

1
Thēseus (dissyll.), eī or eos, m.

Theseus, son of Aegeus, and king of Athens, who descended with Peirithous into Hades to aid him in his attempt to carry away Proserpina, 6.121, et al.

3
Thessandrus, ī, m.

Thessandrus, a Greek chief, 2.261.

1
Thetis, idis or idos, f.

Thetis, daughter of Nereus and Doris, married to Peleus, of Thessaly, by whom she became the mother of Achilles, 5.825.

1
thiasus, ī, m.

a dance in honor of Bacchus; a wild dance, 7.581.

1
Thoās, antis, m.

1. Thoas, a Greek chief, 2.262. 2. An Arcadian, follower of Pallas, 10.415.

2
tholus, ī, m.

a cupola, dome, the vault of a temple, vaulted shrine, 9.408.

1
thōrāx, ācis, acc. pl., -ācas, m.

a corselet, breastplate, cuirass, 7.633.

5
Thrāca, ae, f.

Thrace, 12.335.

1
Thrāx, ācis

(adj.), Thracian; subst. pl., Thrāces, um, Thracians, 3.14, et al.

1
Thrācius, a, um

(adj.), Thracian, 5.536, et al.

3
Thrēicius, a, um

(adj.), Thracian, 3.51, et al.; Thracian in character, northern, 11.659.

7
Thrēissus, a, um

(adj.), Thracian, 1.316, et al.; subst., Thrēissa, a huntress, 11.858.

2
Thronius, iī, m.

a Latin, 10.753.

1
Tiberīnus (Thӯbrinus, 12.35), a, um

adj. (Tiberis), pertaining to the Tiber; Tiberine, 1.13, et al.; subst., Tiberīnus, m., the river-god, Tiber; the Tiber, 6.873.

1
Thӯbris, idis, m.

an ancient king of Latium, 8.330.

18
Thӯias (dissyll.), adis, f.

a female worshiper of Bacchus; a Bacchante, Bacchanal, or Thyiad, 4.302.

1
Thymber, brī, m.

a Rutulian, son of Daucus, 10.391.

2
Thymbraeus, a, um

adj. (Thymbra), of Thymbra, a town in the Troad, in which was a temple of Apollo; hence, Thymbraean, an epithet of Apollo, 3.85.

1
Thymbraeus, ī, m.

a Trojan warrior, 12.458.

1
Thymbris, idis, m.

a Trojan, 10.124.

1
Thymoetēs, ae, m.

a Trojan, 2.32, et al.

3
thymum, ī, n.

the herb thyme, 1.436, et al.

1
thyrsus, ī, m.

the stalk of a plant; a staff wreathed with ivy and vine-leaves, and borne by Bacchus and his worshipers; the thyrsus, 7.390.

1
tiāra, ae, f., and tiārās, ae, m.

a headband or crown worn by the Asiatics; a tiara, 7.247.

1
Tiberīnus (Thӯbrinus, 12.35), a, um

adj. (Tiberis), pertaining to the Tiber; Tiberine, 1.13, et al.; subst., Tiberīnus, m., the river-god, Tiber; the Tiber, 6.873.

2
Tiberīnus (Thӯbrinus, 12.35), a, um

adj. (Tiberis), pertaining to the Tiber; Tiberine, 1.13, et al.; subst., Tiberīnus, m., the river-god, Tiber; the Tiber, 6.873.

6
Tiberis, is (Thӯbris, 2.782, et al., idis, acc. -brim, voc. -bri)

the river Tiber.

1
tībia, ae, f.

the larger of the shinbones; a pipe or flute, as this bone was used for a musical pipe.

2
Tībur, uris, n.

a city on the eastern border of Latium, 7.630.

1
Tīburs, tis

adj. (Tībur), of Tibur, 9.360; n. pl., Tīburtia, 7.670; subst., Tīburtēs, um, m., the people of Tibur; the Tiburtines, 11.757.

1
Tīburs, tis

adj. (Tībur), of Tibur, 9.360; n. pl., Tīburtia, 7.670; subst., Tīburtēs, um, m., the people of Tibur; the Tiburtines, 11.757.

1
Tīburs, tis

adj. (Tībur), of Tibur, 9.360; n. pl., Tīburtia, 7.670; subst., Tīburtēs, um, m., the people of Tibur; the Tiburtines, 11.757.

1
Tīburtus, ī, m.

the founder of Tibur, 7.671.

2
tigris, is or idis, c.

a tiger or tigress, 4.367, et al.

4
Tigris, is or idis, f.

the name of a ship, 10.166.

1
Timāvus, ī, m.

the Timavus, a river at the head of the Adriatic, northwest of Trieste, 1.244, et al.

1
timeō, uī, 2, a. and n.

to fear, dread, 1.661, et al.; show fear or terror; to tremble, 5.505.

1
timeō, uī, 2, a. and n.

to fear, dread, 1.661, et al.; show fear or terror; to tremble, 5.505.

14
timidus, a, um

adj. (timeō), subject to fear; fearful, cowardly, trembling, timid, 6.263, et al.

1
timor, ōris, m.

fear, apprehension, dread, anxiety, 1.202; personified, Fear, 9.719. (timeō)

11
timor, ōris, m.

fear, apprehension, dread, anxiety, 1.202; personified, Fear, 9.719. (timeō)

1
tingō, tīnxī, tīnctus, 3, a.

to wet; moisten, 3.665; wash, dip, bathe, 1.745; imbrue, 12.358.

7
tinnītus, ūs, m.

a jingling, rattling, jingle, clinking, 9.809. (tinniō, jingle)

1
Tīrynthius, a, um

adj. (Tīryns), of Tiryns, a town in Argolis, where Hercules was brought up; Tirynthian; subst., Tīrynthius, iī, m., the Tirynthian; Hercules, 7.662.

2
Tīsiphonē, ēs, f.

one of the three Furies, 6.571, et al.

3
Tītān, ānis, m.

a Titan, one of the six sons of Caelus and Terra; any descendant of a Titan; the Sun (son of Hyperion), 4.119.

1
Tītānius, a, um

adj. (Tītān), Titanian, consisting of Titans, 6.580; of Titanian origin, 6.725.

2
Tīthōnius, a, um

adj. (Tīthōnus), of Tithonus; Tīthōnia coniūnx, Aurora, 8.384.

1
Tīthōnus, ī, m.

brother of Priam, lover of Aurora, by whom he became father of Memnon, 4.585, et al.

2
titubō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to totter; p., titubātus, a, um, made to totter; tottering, unsteady, 5.332.

1
Tityos, ī, m.

a giant, son of Jupiter and Elara, who was slain by Apollo for offering violence to Latona, 6.595.

1
Tmarius, a, um

adj. (Tmaros), of Tmaros, a mountain in Epirus; Tmarian, 5.620.

1
Tmarus, i, m.

a Rutulian warrior, 9.685.

1
togātus, a, um

adj. (toga), wearing the toga; of the toga, 1.282.

1
tolerābilis, e

adj. (tolerō), that can be borne; endurable, 5.768.

1
tolerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to sustain; support, maintain, 8.409; endure, 8.515. (cf. tollō)

2
tollō, sustulī, sublātus, 3, a.

to lift up, raise, rear, 1.66, et al.; carry, bear, 1.692; bear off, 5.390; remove, 8.175; take or carry away, 3.601; lift, impel, 10.295; remove, take away; end, cause to cease, 12.39; destroy, cut down, 12.771; rouse, excite, 9.127; exalt, praise, extol, 3.158; p., sublātus, a, um, lifted up in spirit; haughty, proud, 10.502.

69
Tolumnius, iī, m.

a Latin chief and soothsayer, 11.429, et al.

3
tonō, uī, 1, n. and a.

to thunder, 3.571, et al.; of speech, 11.383; (with acc.), utter, invoke with a loud voice, thunder forth, 4.510.

1
tondeō, totondī, tōnsus, 2, a.

to shear; finish, 1.702; clip, trim, 5.556; browse, feed upon, graze upon.

5
tonitrus, ūs, m.

thunder, 4.122, et al.; thunderbolt, 8.391. (tonō)

3
tonō, uī, 1, n. and a.

to thunder, 3.571, et al.; of speech, 11.383; (with acc.), utter, invoke with a loud voice, thunder forth, 4.510.

7
tōnsa, ae, f.

an oar, 7.28.

2
tormentum, ī, n.

an engine for hurling missiles by means of twisted ropes; a catapult or ballista, 11.616; punishment by the rack, torture, 8.487. (torqueō)

3
torpeō, uī, 2, n.

to be numb, torpid; unmoved, 9.499.

1
torpor, ōris, m.

numbness; (fig.), dread, 12.867. (torpeō)

1
Torquātus, ī, m.

a surname of Titus Manlius, who wore the collar or torques of a Gallic champion whom he had slain in single combat, 6.825. (torquēs, a twisted collar)

1
torqueō, torsī, tortus, 2, a.

to wind, turn, twist, 4.575; roll along, 6.551; whirl, hurl, 3.208; shoot, 5.497; cast, dash, 1.108; direct, 4.220; turn away, 6.547; turn, cause to revolve, 4.269; control, 12.180; p., tortus, a, um, whirled, whirling, impetuous, 7.567.

43
torreō, uī, tostus, 2, a. and n.

to burn, scorch, roast, parch, 1.179; rush, roll, 6.550; of a river bank, 9.105; p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

3
torreō, uī, tostus, 2, a. and n.

to burn, scorch, roast, parch, 1.179; rush, roll, 6.550; of a river bank, 9.105; p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

3
torreō, uī, tostus, 2, a. and n.

to burn, scorch, roast, parch, 1.179; rush, roll, 6.550; of a river bank, 9.105; p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, 7.567.

5
torris, is, m.

a firebrand; brand, 7.506. (torreō)

2
tortilis, e

adj. (torqueō), of twisted work, winding, 7.351.

1
tortus, ūs, m.

a twisting, coil, 5.276. (torqueō)

1
torvus, a, um

stern, grim, wild; savage, lowering, 3.677; fierce, 6.571; shaggy, 3.636; adv., torvum and torva, sternly, wildly, 7.399; 6.467.

1
torus, ī, m.

a bed, couch, 1.708; seat, 5.388; royal seat, throne, 8.177; bank, 6.674; the swelling part of flesh; a brawny muscle.

17
torvus, a, um

stern, grim, wild; savage, lowering, 3.677; fierce, 6.571; shaggy, 3.636; adv., torvum and torva, sternly, wildly, 7.399; 6.467.

6
tot

(num. adj. pron., indecl.), so many, 4.182, et al.

46
totidem

(num. adj. pron., indecl.), just, even so many; as many, 4.183, et al.

13
totidem

(num. adj. pron., indecl.), just, even so many; as many, 4.183, et al.

1
totiēns (totiēs)

num. adj. (tot), so many times, so often, 1.407, et al.

10
tōtus, a, um

(adj.), the whole, total, entire, 1.128, et al.; tōtō corpore, with all one's strength, 12.920.

6
tōtus, a, um

(adj.), the whole, total, entire, 1.128, et al.; tōtō corpore, with all one's strength, 12.920.

97
trabālis, e

adj. (trabs, a beam), of beams; like a beam, 12.294.

1
trabea, ae, f.

a toga of purple cloth, or one of white cloth with horizontal purple stripes, worn by Roman dignitaries, and ascribed to the primitive Latin kings, 7.612.

3
trabs, trabis, f.

a beam; timber, 1.552; post, jamb, 1.449; trunk, 6.181; tree, 9.87; ship, 3.191.

11
trāctābilis, e

adj. (trāctō, handle), that can be handled; indulgent, yielding, flexible, 4.439; nōn trāctābilis, unfavorable, inclement, 4.53.

2
trāctus, ūs, m.

a dragging, drawing, an extending; stretch of space, tract, region of land, sea, or sky, 3.138. (trahō)

1
trādō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to give over; give up, submit, 4.619; intrust, consign, 5.713.

3
trahō, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a. (inf., trāxe for trāxisse, 5.786)

to draw, pull; draw along, drag, 1.477; tear, 9.340; carry, sweep along, away, 2.307; bring, conduct, 6.753; lead, conduct, 2.457; draw, catch, 4.701; draw in, drink, of passion, 4.101; derive, 8.511; draw out; extend, protract, 1.748; spend, 6.537; trahere sorte, draw or assign by lot, distribute, 1.508.

41
trāiciō, iēcī, iectus, 3, a. and n.

to throw across, over; pass over, cross, 6.536; pierce, 2.273; transfix, 1.355; p., trāiectus, a, um, drawn or passed through, 5.488; transfixed, pierced, 9.419. (trāns and iaciō)

10
trāmes, itis, m.

a crossway; by-path or narrow way; a pass, 11.515; course, line, track, 5.610.

3
trānō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to swim or sail across, 6.671; fly across or through, 4.245. (trāns and nō)

3
tranquillus, a, um

(adj.), calm, still, 2.203; subst., tranquillum, ī, n., a calm; calm weather, 5.127.

1
tranquillus, a, um

(adj.), calm, still, 2.203; subst., tranquillum, ī, n., a calm; calm weather, 5.127.

1
trāns

(prep. w. acc.), across, with verbs of motion, over, beyond, across; through, athwart, 7.65; of rest, on the other side of, beyond, 3.403.

4
trānsadigō, adēgī, adāctus, 3, a.

to drive through, thrust, 12.508; of the object which is stabbed, pierce, 12.276.

3
trānscrībō, scrīpsī, scrīptus, 3, a.

to transfer by writing; enroll, 5.750; transfer, convey, 7.422.

2
trānscurrō, currī or cucurrī, cursus, 3, n. and a.

to run across; flash or shoot across, 5.528; traverse, 9.111.

2
trānseō, iī, itus, īre, irreg. n. and a.

to go across; go through, pass, 12.926; pass by, 5.326; pass away, 1.266; run over, 5.274; pass through, 9.413.

9
trānsferō, tulī, lātus, ferre, irreg. a.

to carry over; transfer, remove, 1.271; give over, 2.327.

2
trānsfīgō, fīxī, fīxus, 3, a.

to pierce, transfix, 1.44.

2
trānsfodiō, fōdī, fossus, 3, a.

to dig through; run through, transfix, 9.544.

1
trānsfōrmō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to change the form, transform, 7.416.

1
trānsiliō, īvī, iī or uī, 4, n. and a.

to leap over; pass over, 10.658; fly through, 12.859. (trāns and saliō)

2
trānsmittō, mīsī, missus, 3, a. and n.

to send across; bear or convey across or over, 3.403; give over, 3.329; to cross, pass over, fly over, with acc. of the space crossed over, 4.154; to make across, of a passage or voyage, 6.313.

4
trānsportō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to carry across or over, governing the acc. of the space crossed, 6.328.

1
trānstrum, ī, n.

a cross-timber; a thwart, transom, or bench for rowers; bench, 3.289. (trāns)

6
trānsverberō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to beat or strike through; pierce through, 10.484.

3
trānsversus, a, um

across the path or course, 5.19; crosswise.

1
trecentī, ae, a

num. adj. (trēs and centum), three hundred, 10.173, et al.

1
tremebundus, a, um

adj. (tremō), quivering, 10.522.

1
tremefaciō, fēcī, factus, 3, a.

to cause to tremble or quake; to shake, 9.106; make to tremble with fear; cause to tremble, 6.803; p., tremefactus, a, um, trembling, 2.382; 10.102; quivering, 2.629. (tremō and faciō)

8
tremendus, a, um

to be trembled at; dreadful, fearful, terrible, 2.199. (tremō)

2
tremēscō, 3, inc. n. and a.

to begin to tremble; to tremble, quake, 5.694; to tremble at, 3.648. (tremō)

4
tremō, uī, 3, n. and a.

to tremble, quake, shake, quiver, 5.198; tremble at, fear, dread, 8.296.

22
tremor, ōris, m.

a trembling; quaking; tremor, a shudder, horror, 2.121. (tremō)

5
tremulus, a, um

tremulous, quivering, 7.395. (tremō)

3
trepidō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to be in trepidation, alarm or panic, 10.788; to hurry, hasten to and fro or about, 2.685; to hasten (with inf.), 9.114; to strive nervously, make trembling effort, 12.403. (trepidus)

11
trepidus, a, um

(adj.), agitated, uneasy, disturbed, trembling, affrighted, 2.380; excited, tumultuous, 11.300; confused, in disorder, 10.283; alarmed, fearful of, anxious for, w. gen., 12.589; panic-stricken, 12.583.

25
trēs, tria, gen. trium, acc. trēs

(adj.), three, 1.108, et al.

20
tribus, ūs, f.

one of three original grand divisions of the Roman people; and retained as the designation of similar bodies of the people when they were multiplied; a (Roman) tribe, 7.708.

1
tricorpor, oris

adj. (trēs and corpus), three-bodied, 6.289.

1
tridēns, entis

adj. (trēs and dēns), three-pronged, trident, 5.143; subst., tridēns, entis, m., a triple-pointed spear; trident, 1.138.

4
tridēns, entis

adj. (trēs and dēns), three-pronged, trident, 5.143; subst., tridēns, entis, m., a triple-pointed spear; trident, 1.138.

2
trietēricus, a, um

(adj.), triennial, 4.302.

1
trifaux, faucis

(adj.), found only once (trēs and faux), three-throated., three-voiced, triple, 6.417.

1
trīgintā

(num. adj., indecl.), thirty, 1.269.

3
trilīx, īcis

adj. (trēs and līcium, thread), of three threads or leashes; of three layers of thread; three-ply; triple, 3.467.

3
Trīnacria, ae, f.

the three-cornered land; Sicily, Trinacria, 3.440. (Τρινακρία, with three promontories)

5
Trīnacrius, a, um

adj. (Trīnacria), Sicilian, 3.384.

7
triō, ōnis, m.

an ox as the breaker of the sod in plowing; the “Team” or “Wain”; pl., Triōnēs, um, m., the constellation of the greater and lesser bear, 1.744.

2
triplex, icis

adj. (trēs and plicō), threefold, triple, 10.784, et al.

6
tripus, odis, m.

a three-footed vessel or seat; a tripod, 5.110; the seat of the priestess of Apollo; an oracle, 3.360.

3
trīstis, e

(adj.), sad, sorrowful, 1.228, et al.; melancholy, woeful, mournful; dismal, gloomy, 4.243, et al.; grim, stern, 6.315; dire, 2.337; inauspicious, 11.259; fearful, 3.366; fatal, 5.411.

44
trisulcus, a, um

adj. (trēs and sulcus), three-furrowed; three-forked, 2.475.

1
Trītōn, ōnis, m.

Triton, a son of Neptune, 1.144; pl., Trītōnēs, um, m., sea-gods of the form of Triton, 5.824.

4
Trītōnis, idis, f.

Pallas or Minerva, so called from Lake Triton near the Lesser Syrtis in Africa, near which, according to an Egyptian fable, she was said to have been born, 2.226. (Trītōn)

1
Trītōnius, a, um

adj. (Trītōn), pertaining to the lake Triton (see Trītōnis); Tritonian, an epithet of Pallas, 2.615, et al.; subst., Trītōnia, ae, Minerva, Tritonia, 2.171.

4
Trivia, ae, f.

an epithet of Hecate or Diana, whose images were placed at the forks of roads, 6.13, et al. (trivium)

9
trivium, iī, n.

the intersection of three roads; a road-crossing; a public place, 4.609. (trēs and via)

1
triumphō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to have the honor of a triumph; with acc. of the country over which the triumph is held, to triumph over, conquer, 6.836. (triumphus)

1
triumphus, ī, m.

the grand procession at Rome awarded to a victorious general; a victory, 2.578.

6
Trōas, adis or ados, f.

A Trojan woman, 5.613.

1
Trōes, m.

(subst.), the Trojans, 1.30, et al. (Tros, one of the kings of Troy)

27
Trōia, ae, f.

1. Troy, the capital of the Troad, 2.625, et al. 2. A city built by Helenus in Epirus, 3.349. 3. A part of the city of Acesta in Sicily, 5.756. 4. The name of an equestrian game of Roman boys, 5.602.

87
Trōiānus, a, um

adj. (Trōia), Trojan, 1.19; subst., Trōiānus, ī, m., a Trojan, 1.286; pl., Trōiānī, ōrum, m., the Trojans, 5.688.

6
Trōiānus, a, um

adj. (Trōia), Trojan, 1.19; subst., Trōiānus, ī, m., a Trojan, 1.286; pl., Trōiānī, ōrum, m., the Trojans, 5.688.

40
Trōilus, ī, m.

one of the sons of Priam, 1.474.

1
Trōiugena, ae, c.

of Trojan descent; Trojan, 3.359; Trōiugenae, ārum, c., Trojans, 8.117. (Trōia and cf. gignō)

3
Trōius, a, um

(adj.), of Troy, Trojan, 1.119.

22
tropaeum, ī, n.

a memorial of the turning (cf. τρέπειν, to turn) or rout of an enemy; the trunk of a tree on which were hung the arms or spoils of an enemy slain; any memento of victory; a trophy.

7
Trōs, ōis, m.

Trojan, 6.52, et al. (Tros, one of the kings of Troy)

7
trucīdō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to slaughter, kill, slay, 2.494. (trux and caedō)

2
trudis, is, f.

a pole, boathook, pike, 5.208. (trudō)

1
trūdō, sī, sus, 3, a.

to thrust, shove, push, 4.405.

1
truncus, ī, m.

the stem, stock, or trunk of a tree; stem, trunk, 6.207; trunk of the human body, 2.557.

10
truncus, a, um

adj. (truncus), stripped of its branches, 3.659; mutilated, maimed, mangled, 6.497; broken, shattered, 11.9.

3
trux, trucis

(adj.), ferocious, grim, stern, fierce, 10.447.

1
tū, pers. pron. pl. vōs

you, freq.; abl. with cum, tēcum, vōbīscum, with you; vōsmet, yourself, yourselves, 1.207.

419
tuba, ae, f.

a trumpet, 2.313, et al.; trumpet-signal, 11.424.

9
tueor, tuitus or tūtus sum, 2, dep. a.

to look at, gaze upon, behold, regard, 4.451, et al.; watch, guard, defend, maintain, protect, 1.564, et al.; p., tūtus, a, um, secure, safe; in safety, 1.243; sure, 4.373; subst., tūtum, ī, n., safety, place of safety, 1.391; pl., tūta, ōrum, safe places, safety, security, 11.882; adv., tūtō, with safety, safely, without danger, 11.381.

19
tuī, ōrum, m.

your friends, kinsmen, countrymen, descendants, etc., 3.488; freq. (tuus)

14
Tulla, ae, f.

a follower of Camilla, 11.656.

1
Tullus, ī, m.

Tullus Hostilius, the third king of Rome, 6.814.

2
tum

(adv.), then, freq.; then too; at the same time, moreover, 4.250, et al.; referring to a perf. p., 5.719; answering to, cum, cum — tum, while — at the same time; both — and, not only — but; opposed to nunc, 10.14.

240
tumeō, uī, 2, n.

to swell, 2.381; to be puffed up, boastful, 11.854; p., tumēns, entis, swollen, 2.381.

6
tumidus, a, um

adj. (tumeō), swollen, 1.142; distended, 10.387; elated, 9.596; incensed, angry, 6.407; causing to swell, swelling, 3.357.

12
tumor, ōris, m.

a swelling; of the mind, passion, indignation, resentment, 8.40. (tumeō)

1
tumultus, ūs, m.

commotion; uproar; outcry, 9.397; shouting, cries, 3.99; haste, 11.447; uprising, 6.857. (tumeō)

14
tumulus, ī, m.

a rising ground; a low hill, 9.195; a mound, 2.713; sepulchral mound, sepulcher, tomb, 3.304; 11.103. (tumeō)

31
tunc

(adv.), then, at that time; then, thereupon, afterwards, 11.208. (tum-ce)

8
tundō, tutudī, tūnsus or tūsus, 3, a.

to beat, pound, bruise, strike, smite, 1.481; lash, 5.125; (fig.), importune, assail, 4.448.

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tunica, ae, f.

the under-garment of men and women; vest, tunic, 9.616; cuirass, corselet, 10.314.

5
turba, ae, f.

confusion, uproar, tumult, 5.152; a crowd, throng, 2.580; multitude, 6.305; herd, 1.191; flock, 3.233.

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turbō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to stir up, confuse, disturb, 3.449; scatter, 1.395; overthrow, 11.796; agitate, 4.566; perplex, 1.515; enrage, anger, 8.435; madden, 7.767; without obj. acc., to make disturbance, uproar, 6.857, et a1.; reflex., to be troubled, 6.800. (turba)

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turbidus, a, um

adj. (turbō), confused; mingled, foul, 6.296; dismal, dark, 6.534; whirling, 5.696; of the mind, sad, troubled, 4.353; startled, in alarm, 11.814; furious, 11.742.

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turbō, inis, m.

a tornado, whirlwind; storm, tempest, 1.442; whirling cloud, 3.573; wind accompanying the lightning; lightning-blast, 1.45; 6.594; whirling or stormy force, 11.284, et al.; a whirling top, a child's top, 7.378. (cf. turba)

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turbō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to stir up, confuse, disturb, 3.449; scatter, 1.395; overthrow, 11.796; agitate, 4.566; perplex, 1.515; enrage, anger, 8.435; madden, 7.767; without obj. acc., to make disturbance, uproar, 6.857, et a1.; reflex., to be troubled, 6.800. (turba)

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tūreus, a, um

adj. (tūs), of frankincense, 6.225.

1
tūricremus, a, um

adj. (tūs and cremō), incense-burning, 4.453.

1
turma, ae, f.

a squadron or troop, properly of Roman cavalry; in general, a troop, squadron, 5.560; host, army, 11.503; in turmās, into or in squadrons, 11.599.

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Turnus, ī, m.

the chief of the Rutulians, 7.56, et al.

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turpis, e

(adj.), unsightly, unseemly, freq.; squalid, 6.276; foul; besmeared, covered, 5.358; shameful, base, dishonorable, disgraceful, 2.400.

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turpō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make indecent; to soil, disfigure, defile, 12.611. (turpis)

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turriger, gera, gerum

adj. (turris and gerō), turret-bearing, tower-crowned, 7.631; 10.253.

2
turris, is, f.

a tower, 2.445, et al.

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turrītus, a, um

adj. (turris), turreted, 8.693; crowned with turrets; with crown of towers, 6.785; tower-like, towering, lofty, 3.536.

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tūs, tūris, n.

incense, 1.417, et al.

3
Tuscī, ōrum, m.

the people of Etruria; Etruscans, Etrurians, Tuscans, 11.629, et al.

2
Tuscus, a, um

(adj.), Etrurian, Tuscan.

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tūtāmen, inis, n.

a means of protection; a defense, 5.262. (tūtor)

1
tūtor, āvī, ātus sum, 1, dep. intens. a.

to protect, defend, 2.677; befriend, 5.343. (tueor)

3
tūtum, ī, n.

safety, place of safety, 1.391; pl., tūta, ōrum, safe places, safety, security, 11.882.

3
tūtus, a, um

secure, safe; in safety, 1.243; sure, 4.373; (adv.), tūtō, with safety, safely, without danger, 11.381. (tueor)

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tuus, a, um

your, yours. (tū)

115
Tӯdeus (dissyll.), eī or eos, m.

son of Oeneus and Periboea, and father of Diomed, 6.479.

1
Tӯdīdēs, ae, m.

the son of Tydeus, Diomedes or Diomed, 1.97, et al.

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tympanum, ī, n.

a drum, timbrel, tambourine, 9.619.

1
Tyndaris, idis, f.

a daughter of Tyndarus; Helen, 2.569.

2
Typhoëus, a, um

adj. (Typhōeus), pertaining to the giant Typhoeus; Typhoian, 1.665.

1
Typhōeus (trisyll.), eī or eos, m.

Typhoeus or Typhon, a giant struck down to Hades by the thunderbolt of Jupiter.

2
tyrannus, ī, m.

a sovereign prince, chief, ruler, 4.320; in a bad sense, a despot, tyrant, 1.361.

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Tyrēs, ae, m.

an Arcadian follower of Pallas, 10.403.

1
Tyrius, a, um

adj. (Tyrus), of Tyre; Tyrian or Phoenician, 1.12; subst., Tyrius, iī, m., a Tyrian, 1.574; pl., 1.747.

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Tyrius, a, um

adj. (Tyrus), of Tyre; Tyrian or Phoenician, 1.12; subst., Tyrius, iī, m., a Tyrian, 1.574; pl., 1.747.

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Tyrrhēnī, ōrum, m.

the Tyrrheni, a branch of the Pelasgic race who are said to have settled in Etruria; Etrurians, Tuscans, 8.603.

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Tyrrhēnus, a, um

adj. (Tyrrhēnī), Tyrrhenian; Etruscan, Tuscan, 1.67; subst., Tyrrhēnus, ī, m., a Tuscan, 10.787.

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Tyrrhēnus, ī, m.

the name of an Etruscan ally of Aeneas, 11.612.

1
Tyrrhīdae, ārum, m.

the sons of Tyrrheus, 7.484. (Tyrrheus)

2
Tyrrheus (dissyll.), eī, m., and Tyrrhus, ī, m.

a shepherd of Latium, in the service of Latinus, 7.532, et al.

3
Tyros (Tyrus), ī, f.

Tyre, the ancient maritime capital of Phoenicia, 1.346.

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