HeadwordDefinitionsOccurrences in the Aeneid
vacca, ae, f.

cow, 6.251; heifer, 4.61.

2
vacō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to be empty; to be open, 11.179; to be free from, unoccupied by, with abl., 3.123; (impers.), vacat, there is leisure, one has time, 1.373.

4
vacuus, a, um

adj. (vacō), empty, void, 12.592; open, 5.515; deserted, 2.528; solitary, 2.761; 4.82; without employment, unoccupied; subst., vacuum, ī, n., emptiness, void space, 12.906.

11
vādō, 3, n.

to go, walk, advance, go on, 2.396, et al.; rush, 2.359; move, speed on, 8.702; imperat., vāde, away, go on! 3.462.

9
vadōsus, a, um

adj. (vadum), that can be forded; fordable, shallow, 7.728.

1
vadum, ī, n.

a ford; a shallow, shoal, 1.112; sand-bank, 10.303; shallow water, 11.628; bottom, depth, 1.126; water, tide, stream, 6.320; water of the sea, 5.158; wave, sea, 7.198.

20
vāgīna, ae, f.

a scabbard, sheath, 4.579.

5
vāgītus, ūs, m.

a wailing, 6.426. (vāgiō)

1
vagor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n. and a.

to wander about, 6.886; ride to and fro, career about, 5.560; to be rumored round, spread, 2.17. (vagus, wandering)

5
valēns, entis

strong, vigorous, powerful, 5.431. (valeō)

1
valeō, uī, itus, 2, n.

to be strong physically; to be well, vigorous, powerful; to excel, 5.67; to have power, be able; can, 2.492; to avail; can do, 12.798; imperat., vale, farewell! 2.789.

21
Valerus, ī, m.

a Latin warrior, 10.752.

1
validus, a, um

adj. (valeō), strong, 1.120; vigorous, powerful, 5.15; mighty, 2.50; heavy, massive.

16
vallēs, is, f.

a valley, dell, dale, ravine, vale, 1.186, et al.

14
vāllō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to surround with a rampart; to encamp around, 11.915. (vāllum)

1
vāllum, ī

a rampart, breastwork, or fort with palisades, 9.524.

9
vānus, a, um

(adj.), containing nothing, empty; devoid of truth, deceitful, false, 1.352; unavailing, 8.259; groundless, 4.12; ignorant, 10.631; subst., vāna, ōrum, n., useless things, 2.287; (adv.), vāna, vainly, 11.854.

1
vānus, a, um

(adj.), containing nothing, empty; devoid of truth, deceitful, false, 1.352; unavailing, 8.259; groundless, 4.12; ignorant, 10.631; subst., vāna, ōrum, n., useless things, 2.287; (adv.), vāna, vainly, 11.854.

1
vānus, a, um

(adj.), containing nothing, empty; devoid of truth, deceitful, false, 1.352; unavailing, 8.259; groundless, 4.12; ignorant, 10.631; subst., vāna, ōrum, n., useless things, 2.287; (adv.), vāna, vainly, 11.854.

13
vapor, ōris, m.

vapor, steam, 7.466; fiery vapor; fire, 5.683.

3
vapōrō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

to send out steam; to fumigate; perfume, 11.481. (vapor)

1
variō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

a., to diversify; exchange, relieve, 9.164; n., change, waver, 12.223. (varius)

2
varius, a, um

(adj.), diversified, manifold, various, 5.605, et al.; different, 4.286; mingled, 11.475; varying, 1.748; changing, 4.564; subst., varium, iī, n., a changeable, fickle, inconstant thing, 4.569.

41
vāstātor, ōris, m.

ravager, destroyer, 9.772. (vāstō)

1
vāstō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make void or empty; to desolate, lay waste, ravage, devastate, 1.471, et al.; deprive of, strip, rob, with acc. and abl., 8.8. (vāstus)

4
vāstus, a, um

(adj.), empty, void, wild, waste, 9.323; vast, unbounded, 1.118; huge, enormous, immense, 3.647; deep-, vast-, sounding, 1.245.

46
vātēs, is, c.

a prophet, soothsayer, augur, seer, 3.433; prophetess, 3.187; poet, bard, 6.662; priest, 11.774.

36
ūber, eris, n.

a teat, an udder, 3.392; the breast, 5.285; breast, bosom, 3.95; (meton.), richness, fertility, fruitfulness, productiveness, 1.531.

10
ūber, eris

(adj.), fruitful, fertile, 3.106. (compar., ūberior; superl., ūberrimus), (ūber)

4
ubī

(adv. of place and time; relat.), where; (indefinite), wheresoever, 7.400; (interrog.), where, 3.312, et al.; (of time), when; whenever, 4.143, et al.; as soon as, 1.81; in comparison, 2.471; 7.719, et al.

69
ubī

(adv. of place and time; relat.), where; (indefinite), wheresoever, 7.400; (interrog.), where, 3.312, et al.; (of time), when; whenever, 4.143, et al.; as soon as, 1.81; in comparison, 2.471; 7.719, et al.

29
ubī

(adv. of place and time; relat.), where; (indefinite), wheresoever, 7.400; (interrog.), where, 3.312, et al.; (of time), when; whenever, 4.143, et al.; as soon as, 1.81; in comparison, 2.471; 7.719, et al.

10
ubīque

(adv. of place), wheresoever; anywhere, 1.601; everywhere, 2.368.

5
Ūcalegōn, ontis, m.

a Trojan; (meton.), the house of Ucalegon, 2.312.

1
ūdus, a, um

adj. (ūvidus, moist), wet, moist, 5.357.

4
-ve

(conj. enclit.), usually appended to the first word in the clause or phrase, or freq.; ve — ve, either — or, both — and, 10.150.

79
vectis, is, m.

a pole, lever, bar, bolt, 7.609. (vehō)

1
vectō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

to convey, 6.391. (vehō)

2
vehō, vexī, vectus, 3, a. and n.

to carry, 1.113, et al.; bring, usher in, 5.105; (pass.), vehor, vectus sum, to be carried, fly, 7.65; with or without equō, nāvibus, etc., to ride, go, sail, 1.121; 12.162; with acc., sail over, 1.524.

24
vel

(conj.), or implying indifference as to the alternative or choice, or, freq.; even, or whether, and, 6.769; vel — vel, either — or, 4.24, 25, et al.

24
vel

(conj.), or implying indifference as to the alternative or choice, or, freq.; even, or whether, and, 6.769; vel — vel, either — or, 4.24, 25, et al.

2
vēlāmen, inis, n.

a veil, 1.649; a covering, garment, vestment, 6.221. (vēlō)

3
Velīnus, a, um

adj. (Velia), of Velia, a town on the western coast of Lucania; Velian, 6.366.

1
Velīnus, ī, m.

a lake in the country of the Sabines, 7.517.

2
vēlivolus, a, um

adj. (vēlum and volō), sail-flying, sail-covered, 1.224.

1
vellō, vellī or vulsī, vulsus, 3, a.

to pluck; pull up, 3.28; wrench, tear away, 2.480; tear down, 9.506; move, 11.19; seize, lift, 10.381; vellere sīgna, pluck up the standards from the ground; move the camp, depart.

10
vellus, eris, n.

a fleece, 6.249; woolen band or fillet, 4.459; skin, 7.95.

3
vēlō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to veil, 3.405; cover, clothe; bind around, wreathe, crown, 5.72; festoon, adorn, 2.249; to shade by bearing in the hand, 7.154; 11.101. (vēlum)

15
vēlōx, ōcis

(adj.), swift, fleet, 4.174; quick, ready, 5.444.

6
vēlum, ī, n.

a cloth; sail, 1.103, et al.; a curtain, canvas, covering, 1.469.

32
velut (velutī)

(adv.), even as, like, as it were, as, just as, as if, 1.82, et al. (vel and ut)

27
velut (velutī)

(adv.), even as, like, as it were, as, just as, as if, 1.82, et al. (vel and ut)

2
vēna, ae, f.

a vein, 4.2.

2
vēnābulum, ī, n.

a hunting-spear, 4.131. (vēnor)

2
vēnor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n. and a.

to hunt, 4.117.

2
vēnātor, ōris, m.

a huntsman, 11.678; vēnātor canis, a hunting-dog, 12.751. (vēnor)

2
vēnātrīx, īcis, f.

a huntress, 1.319; adj., 11.780. (vēnor)

3
vēnātus, ūs, m.

a hunting, the chase, 7.747; the spoils of the chase, 9.407. (vēnor)

5
vēndō, didī, ditus, 3, a.

to offer for sale; to sell, 1.484; betray, 6.621.(vēnum, sale, and dō)

2
venēnum, ī, n.

a poisonous drug; poison, venom, 2.221; a charm, drug, 7.190; poison of love, 1.688.

9
venerābilis, e

adj. (veneror), deserving of respect; venerable, venerated, revered, 6.408; sacred; 12.767.

2
veneror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to venerate, reverence, revere, 3.79; adore, worship, 5.745; bow before, kneel at, 12.220; p., venerātus, a, um, (pass.), supplicated, entreated, 3.460.

1
veneror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a.

to venerate, reverence, revere, 3.79; adore, worship, 5.745; bow before, kneel at, 12.220; p., venerātus, a, um, (pass.), supplicated, entreated, 3.460.

8
venia, ae, f.

favor, 4.50; mercy, kindness, 4.435; forbearance, indulgence, concession, 10.626; grace, favor, 11.101; relief, help, 1.519.

9
Venīlia, ae, f.

a nymph, mother of Turnus, 10.76.

1
veniō, vēnī, ventus

to come, freq.; come forth; approach, 6.755; rise, appear, 1.353; dawn, 10.241; to present one's self or itself, 5.344; descend, spring from, 5.373; impers., ventum est, we, they came or have come, 4.151.

122
vēnor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n. and a.

to hunt, 4.117.

2
venter, tris, m.

the belly, 3.216; (fig.), hunger, 2.356.

2
ventōsus, a, um

adj. (ventus), windy, stormy, 6.335; fleeting, unreal, inflated, windy, noisy, 11.390; empty, vain boasting, 11.708; fleet as the wind, 12.848.

5
ventūrum, ī, n.

that which is to come, the future, futurity, 6.66. (veniō)

2
ventus, ī, m.

wind, 1.43, et al.; blast, 2.649.

87
Venulus, ī, m.

a Latin messenger, 8.9.

3
Venus, eris, f.

Venus, goddess of love and beauty, identified by the Romans with Aphrodite, daughter of Jupiter and Dione, 1.411, et al.; (meton.), love, lust, 6.26.

34
vepres, is, m.

a thorn, brier, bramble, 8.645.

1
verbēna, ae, f.

laurel, olive, or myrtle boughs for the altar; sacred boughs. (usually in the plural)

1
verber, eris, n.

a lash, whip; a stripe, blow, 6.558, et al.; flapping, beating, 12.876.

7
verberō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to lash, beat, strike, 3.423, et al. (verber)

6
verbum, ī, n.

a word, 1.710, et al.

23
vērē

(adv.), truly, correctly, 6.188. (vērus)

2
vereor, itus sum, 2, dep. a. and n.

to fear.

4
vergō, 3, a. and n.

to incline; go down, sink, 12.727.

1
vērō

(adv.), in truth; in fact, but in fact, but, 2.438, et al. (vērus)

26
vērō

(adv.), in truth; in fact, but in fact, but, 2.438, et al. (vērus)

18
verrō, no perf., versus, 3, a.

to sweep; snatch, bear, sweep away, 1.59; sweep over, 3.208.

7
versicolor, ōris

adj. (versō and color), of various colors, particolored, 10.181.

1
versō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a.

to turn much; writhe, 11.753; turn, 5.408; handle, wield, 9.747; to buffet, drive, beat round and round, 5.460; drive to and fro, 12.664; toss about, 6.362; turn, hurry, 4.286; involve in or distract with, 7.336; with or without mente, pectore, etc., revolve, meditate, devise, consider, 1.657. (vertō)

20
versus, ūs, m.

a turning; a verse or line of poetry; a rank, row, tier of oars, 5.119. (vertō)

1
vertex, icis, m.

a whirl; whirlpool, 7.567; vortex, 1.117; whirling column of flame, 12.673; the top, crown of the head, the head, 1.403; summit, top, 1.163; mountain summit, height, 3.679; ā vertice, from on high, from above, 1.114. (vertō)

40
vertō, vertī, versus, 3, a. and n.

a., to turn, freq.; turn round, 12.462; turn back, put to flight, 10.512; turn toward, send to, 11.798; direct, 3.146; transfer, 11.282; reverse, 8.210; upturn, invert, 1.478; turn out, empty, drain, 9.165; overthrow, destroy, 1.20; subvert, 11.264; change, 1.237; transform, 12.891; sē vertere, to change; to be directed, to result, issue, tend, 1.671; (pass.), vertī, of the heavens, to turn round, revolve, 2.250; of the year or seasons, to come round, revolve, return, 5.526; to move about, career about, 11.683; to turn upon, depend on, 10.529; to move, be conducted, 7.101; n., to turn, be transformed, changed.

73
verū, ūs, n.

a spit, 1.212; a slender, tapering lance; spit-dart, 7.665.

3
vērum, ī, n.

that which is true; truth, justice, right, 2.141.

9
vērum

but indeed, but yet, yet, but, 3.670, et al.

5
vērus, a, um

(adj.), true, freq.; real, 1.405; vērius est, it is or would be more just, 12.694.

1
vērum

(adv.), in truth; truly.

1
vērus, a, um

(adj.), true, freq.; real, 1.405; vērius est, it is or would be more just, 12.694.

14
vēsānus, a, um

insane, mad, furious, 9.340.

3
vescor, 3, dep. n. and a.

(with abl., or absolute); to feed upon, 3.622; breathe, 1.546; banquet, feast, 6.657.

5
vesper, eris or erī, m.

the evening; the evening star; the west, 5.19; personif., Vesper, Hesperus, 1.374, et al.

2
vesper, eris or erī, m.

the evening; the evening star; the west, 5.19; personif., Vesper, Hesperus, 1.374, et al.

1
Vesta, ae, f.

Vesta, daughter of Saturn, and granddaughter of Vesta, wife of Coelus; goddess of the hearth and household, 2.296, et al.; (meton.), the hearth, the fire.

5
vester, tra, trum

possessive pron. (vōs), your, yours, 1.573, et al.

33
vestibulum, ī, n.

entrance, porch, portal, vestibule, 2.469, et al.

5
vestīgium, iī, n.

a footstep; step, 2.711; footprint, track, 8.209; course, 5.592; footprint or foot; foot or hoof, 5.566; trace, 3.244; sign, vestige, 4.23. (vestīgō)

24
vestīgō, 1, a.

to track; trace, explore, search; seek out, hunt, 12.467; 6.145; descry, 12.588.

6
vestiō, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a.

to clothe; (fig.), deck, array, cover, clothe, 6.640, et al. (vestis)

2
vestis, is, f.

a garment, freq.; robe, 6.645; vestment, 1.404; clothing, 6.359; covering, drapery, tapestry, 1.639.

32
vester, tra, trum

possessive pron. (vōs), your, yours, 1.573, et al.

1
Vesulus, ī, m.

a mountain in the Maritime Alps, west of Liguria, 10.708.

1
vetus, eris

(adj.), old, aged, freq.; ancient, early, former, 1.23, et al.

3
vetitum, ī, n.

that which is forbidden; a prohibition, 10.9. (vetō)

1
vetō, uī, itus, 1, a.

to prohibit, 1.39; with infin., to forbid, 1.541; (with acc.), oppose, 2.84.

10
vetus, eris

(adj.), old, aged, freq.; ancient, early, former, 1.23, et al.

28
vetustās, ātis, f.

oldness; age, antiquity; length of time, duration, continuance, 3.415; period, length of time, 10.792. (vetus),

3
vetustus, a, um

old, ancient, 2.713. (vetus)

6
vexō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a.

harass, 4.615. (vehō)

1
Ūfēns, entis, m.

1. A river of Latium flowing into the sea west of Terracina, 7.802. 2. A chief of the Aequi, 7.745, et al.

6
via, ae, f.

a highway, road, path, 1.401, et al.; limit, tropic, zodiac, 6.796; course, 5.28; voyage, wandering, 3.714; passage, entrance, 2.494; method, way, means, 12.405. (vehō)

78
viātor, ōris, m.

a wayfarer, traveler, 5.275. (via)

2
vibrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

a., to cause to move tremulously; to dart, flash, 8.524; to move to and fro, brandish, 11.606; curl, 12.100; n., vibrate, 2.211; quiver, 10.484; glitter, flash, 9.769.

2
vibrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

a., to cause to move tremulously; to dart, flash, 8.524; to move to and fro, brandish, 11.606; curl, 12.100; n., vibrate, 2.211; quiver, 10.484; glitter, flash, 9.769.

4
vīcīnus, a, um

adj. (vīcus, village), of the same district or village; neighboring, near, 3.382.

6
vicis, gen. f.

a change, turn in affairs; stage, interchange, 6.535; vicissitude, event, 3.376; combat, encounter, peril, 2.433, part, place, post, 3.634; watch, guard, 9.175. (nom. sing. wanting)

8
vicissim

(adv.), in turn, 4.80; in one’s turn, on one’s part, 6.531. (vicis)

6
victima, ae, f.

an animal offered in sacrifice; a victim, 12.296.

1
victor, ōris, m.

a conqueror, victor, freq.; as adj., successful, 3.439; in triumph, 2.329; with success, 8.50; victorious, 1.192. (vincō)

55
victōria, ae, f.

victory, 2.584; personified, Victory, 11.436. (victor)

7
victrīx, īcis, f.

a female conqueror; in triumph, 7.544; as adj., victorious, 3.54. (vincō)

1
victrīx, īcis, f.

a female conqueror; in triumph, 7.544; as adj., victorious, 3.54. (vincō)

2
vīctus, ūs, m.

a living; nourishment, sustenance, food, 1.214. (vīvō)

4
videō, vīdī, vīsus (interrog. viden’ for vidēsne, 6.779), 2, a.

to see or perceive, in all senses of the words, freq.; see to it, look to it; determine, 10.744; (pass.), vidērī, to be seen, 2.461, et al.; to seem, appear, 1.396, et al.; (impers.), vidētur, vīsum est, it seems to one, seems good, proper, is the will of; one thinks, judges, 2.428, et al.

214
viduō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to bereave, with acc. and abl., 8.571. (viduus)

1
vigeō, 2, n.

to be active, lively, vigorous; to flourish, be strong, 2.88; excel, 4.175.

2
vigil, ilis

adj. (vigeō), awake, on the watch; sleepless, 4.182; perpetual, 4.200; subst., vigil, ilis, m., a watchman, guard, sentinel, 2.266, et al.

2
vigil, ilis

adj. (vigeō), awake, on the watch; sleepless, 4.182; perpetual, 4.200; subst., vigil, ilis, m., a watchman, guard, sentinel, 2.266, et al.

4
vigilō, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a.

n., to be awake, watch, 10.228; wake up, awake, 4.573; a., to watch against, look out for, guard against; p., vigilāns, antis, watchful, 5.438. (vigil)

5
vīgintī

(num. adj. indecl.), twenty, 1.634.

2
vigor, ōris, m.

activity, force, vigor, energy, 6.730. (vigeō)

2
vīlis, e

(adj.), of small value; cheap, worthless, insignificant, base, inferior, 11.372.

1
villōsus, a, um

adj. (villus), shaggy, hairy, 8.177.

2
villus, ī, m.

shaggy hair, 5.352; nap, 1.702.

2
vīmen, inis, n.

a flexible twig; osier, sprout, shoot, sprig, stem, 3.31.

3
vinciō, vinxī, vinctus, 4, a.

to bind, 11.81; bind round, 1.337; wreathe, bind round, 12.120.

4
vincō, vīcī, victus, 3, a. and n.

a., to conquer, 1.529, et al.; slay, 10.842; overcome, overpower, overwhelm, 1.122; dispel, 1.727; win, possess, 6.148; persuade, 2.699; n., to be victorious, gain the victory, conquer, 11.712.

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vinculum (vinclum), ī, n.

that which serves for binding; a chain, 6.395; fetter, bond, 1.54; a rope, cable, 1.168; 2.236; cord, 5.510; a halter, 11.492; morally, a bond, tie, 4.16; pl., vincula or vincla, ōrum, n., gauntlets, 5.408; a sandal, 4.518; (fig.), constraint, compulsion, 7.203. (vinciō)

22
vindicō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to claim or get by legal process; claim; rescue, save, 4.228. (vindex, defender)

1
vīnum, ī, n.

wine, 1.195, et al.

20
viola, ae, f.

a violet, 11.69.

1
violābilis, e

adj. (violō), that may be violated; violable; nōn violābile, inviolable, 2.154.

1
violentia, ae, f.

violence, 11.354; fierceness, impetuosity, fire, passion, fury, rage, 12.9. (violentus)

4
violentus, a, um

adj. (vīs), having much or excessive force; violent, impetuous, 6.356.

2
violō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to exercise force upon; hurt, wound, 11.277; break, 7.114; devastate, 11.255; desecrate, profane, 2.189; stain, 12.67. (vīs)

9
vīpereus, a, um

adj. (vīpera, viper), pertaining to vipers or snakes; viperous, snaky, 6.281.

3
vir, virī, m.

a man as distinguished by sex, 9.479, and freq.; husband, 2.744; hero, 6.415; pl., virī, ōrum, comrades, friends, 2.668; citizens, 1.264; people in general, 1.532.

170
virāgō, inis, f.

a woman of masculine spirit; a heroine, warlike maid, 12.468. (cf. vir)

1
Virbius, iī, m.

a Latin hero, son of Hippolytus and Aricia, 7.762.

2
virectum, ī, n.

a green or grassy spot; a lawn or meadow, 6.638. (vireō)

1
vireō, uī, 2, n.

to be green, 6.206, et al.; p., virēns, entis, green, 6.679.

1
vireō, uī, 2, n.

to be green, 6.206, et al.; p., virēns, entis, green, 6.679.

1
virga, ae, f.

a twig, bough, branch, 6.144; a wand (the caduceus of Mercury), 4.242. (vireō)

5
virgātus, a, um

adj. (virga), made of twigs; of basketwork; checkered or striped; plaid-, 8.660.

1
virgeus, a, um

adj. (virga), of twigs, rods, osiers; of brushwood, 7.463.

1
virgineus, a, um

adj. (virgō), pertaining to a virgin; of a virgin, of virgins; a maiden's, 11.68; maiden-, virgin-, 2.168.

5
virginitās, ātis, f.

virginity, 12.141. (virgo)

3
virgō, inis, f.

a maiden, virgin, freq.; virgin daughter, 2.403; virgin child, 11.565; the transformed virgin, Io, 7.791.

47
virgultum, ī, n.

(used only in the plural) a growth of brambles; a thicket, grove, 12.522; shrubs, 3.23; shoots or sprigs, 12.207. (virga)

6
viridāns, antis

green, grassy, verdant, 5.388; mossy, 8.630. (viridō)

2
viridis, e

adj. (vireō), verdant, green, 3.24; green wood-, 7.677; fresh, blooming, 5.295; vigorous, 6.304.

15
viridō, 1, n.

to be green, verdant. (viridis)

1
virīlis, e

adj. (vir), pertaining to a man; male, 7.50; manly, 3.342; of manhood, 9.311.

3
virtūs, ūtis, f.

manhood; valor, courage, 2.367, et al.; prowess, 1.566; moral worth, virtue, 5.344; greatness, glory, 6.806; heroism, 4.3; heroic effort, struggle, 12.913. (vir)

38
vīs, vīs, pl., vīrēs, vīrium

strength, force; persistence, industry, force, power, 2.452; keenness of scent, 4.132; might, 7.432; violence, fury, 1.69; hurt, injury, 3.242; pl., vīrēs, ium, physical power, strength, 2.639; military strength, power, resources, 2.170; natural power, 7.258; personal power, influence, 8.404.

110
vīscum, ī, n.

the mistletoe, 6.205.

1
vīscus, eris, n.

an inner part of the body; pl., vīscera, um, the entrails, vitals, 6.599; the flesh, 1.211; heart, bosom, 6.833.

12
vīsō, vīsī, vīsus, 3, intens. a.

to look at much; look at carefully, observe, see, 2.63; visit, 8.157. (videō)

2
vīsum, ī, n.

anything seen; a vision, 3.172; portent, prodigy, 4.456. (videō)

1
vīsus, ūs, m.

a seeing; vision, sight, 4.277; a phenomenon, spectacle, appearance, sight, 2.212; aspect, 11.271; prodigy, 3.36. (videō)

12
vīta, ae, f.

life, 2.92; of society or nations, 6.663; the living spirit, a soul or spirit, 4.705. (vīvō)

49
vītālis, e

adj. (vīta), pertaining to life; essential to life, vital, 1.388.

1
vītisator, ōris, m.

a vine-planter, 7.179. (vītis, a vine, and 1. serō)

1
vītō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to shun, avoid, 2.433.

2
vitreus, a, um

adj. (vitrum), of or like glass, clear, shining, crystal, 7.759.

1
vitta, ae, f.

a fillet, band, or chaplet for the head, especially for religious occasions, 5.366, et al.

18
vitulus, ī, m.

a young bullock, steer, calf, 5.772.

1
vīvō, vīxī, vīctus, 3, n.

to live, 3.311, and freq.; to survive, remain, be still living, 1.218; to support life, live, 7.749; exist, prosper, flourish, 1.445; of inanimate things, live; grow, increase; vīvite, live and be happy; farewell.

2
vīvidus, a, um

adj. (vīvō), full of life; lively, vigorous, ardent, 5.754; quick, swift, 12.753.

4
vīvō, vīxī, vīctus, 3, n.

to live, 3.311, and freq.; to survive, remain, be still living, 1.218; to support life, live, 7.749; exist, prosper, flourish, 1.445; of inanimate things, live; grow, increase; vīvite, live and be happy; farewell.

16
vīvus, a, um

adj. (vīvō), alive, living, 6.531; lifelike, 6.848; immortal, 12.235; of water, living, running, pure, 2.719; of rock, natural, unquarried, living, 1.167.

10
vīvus, a, um

adj. (vīvō), alive, living, 6.531; lifelike, 6.848; immortal, 12.235; of water, living, running, pure, 2.719; of rock, natural, unquarried, living, 1.167.

3
vix

(adv.), hardly, scarcely, with difficulty, 5.263, and freq.

39
ulcīscor, ultus sum, 3, dep. a.

to take revenge for, to avenge, 2.576.

4
Ulixēs, is, eī or ī, m.

Ulysses, son of Laertes, king of Ithaca, and one of the Greek chiefs at Troy, distinguished for shrewdness and cunning, 2.44, et al.

14
ūllus, a, um (gen. ūllīus, dat. ūllī)

(adj.), any, any one, in clauses expressing or implying a negative; (subst., m.), any one, any, 1.440, et al. (for ūnulus from ūnus)

49
ulmus, ī, f.

an elm tree, elm, 6.283.

1
ulterior, ius

(adj.), that is beyond; farther, 6.314; (adv.), ulterius, farther, 12.806; superl., ultimus, a, um.

1
ultima, ōrum

the end, goal, 5.317; the last, the final hour; the end, 2.446. (ulterior)

2
ultimus, a, um

(of space), the farthest, uttermost; remotest, utmost, 4.481; (of time), the last, 2.248; the remotest, 7.49; (of order), the last, 5.347; (of quality), worst, most humiliating, most degrading, 4.537. (superl. of ulterior)

12
ultor, ōris, m.

an avenger, 2.96; translated adjectively, avenging, 6.818. (ulcīscor)

6
ultrā

(prep. with acc.), beyond, 6.114; (adv.), longer, beyond, farther, 3.480.

7
ultrā

(prep. with acc.), beyond, 6.114; (adv.), longer, beyond, farther, 3.480.

1
ultrīx, īcis

adj. (ulcīscor), avenging, 2.587.

6
ultrō

(adv.), to the farther side; furthermore, over and above, moreover, 2.145, et al.; even, 9.127; beyond the limit of necessity; uncompelled, unasked, unimpelled; apart from all external influences, of one's self, of one's own accord or motion, voluntarily, willingly; unprompted by any words on another's part, first, 2.372; 4.304; unaddressed, 10.606; promptly, 10.282; impetuously, 12.3. (cf. ulterior)

26
ulva, ae, f.

water-grass, sedge, 2.135.

2
ululātus, ūs, m.

a yelling, howling, 7.395; wailing, shrieking, 4.667. (ululō)

4
ululō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to howl, 6.257; wail, shriek, 4.168; to utter wild cries of triumph, 11.662; shriek the name of; invoke with cries, 4.609.

6
Umber, bra, brum

(adj.), Umbrian; subst., Umber, brī, m., an Umbrian dog or hound, 12.753.

1
umbō, ōnis, m.

the boss of a shield, 2.546; a shield, 7.633.

5
umbra, ae, f.

shade, shadow, 1.165, et al.; darkness, night, 2.693, et al.; a shade of doubt, 12.669; the shade of the dead, freq.; a ghost, 4.386; a phantom, 10.636; pl., umbrae, ārum, the Manes, shades, 3.638; freq.; sub umbrās, to the abode of the dead, 4.660.

69
umbrifer, era, erum

adj. (umbra and ferō), shady, 6.473.

1
umbrō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to shade, 6.772; (pass.), to be thrown into shadow; to be darkened, grow dark, 3.508. (umbra)

2
Umbrō, ōnis, m.

a soothsayer of the Marsi, 7.752.

2
umbrōsus, a, um

adj. (umbra), shady; dark, shadowy, 8.242.

2
umquam

(adv.), even at any time, ever, 6.770; at all, 12.649.

11
ūnā

(adv.), in one place or at one time, together with, at once, at the same time, 3.634, et al.; with -que following, 11.864.

24
ūnanimus, a, um

adj. (ūnus and animus), of one mind or heart; sympathizing, loving, 4.8; with one heart, 12.264.

3
unguō (ungō), ūnxī, ūnctus, 3, a.

to anoint, cover with oil, 6.219; envenom, 9.773; p., ūnctus, a, um, oiled over, oiled; of the bottoms of ships, covered with pitch, pitchy, 4.398.

1
uncus, a, um

(adj.), hooked, crooked, 1.169; talon-shaped, hooked, 3.217.

8
unda, ae, f.

a wave, billow, 1.161; freq.; the sea, 3.202; water, river, stream, 9.22.

109
unde

(adv.), whence, of place; relat., 2.458; interrog., from what place, point, or quarter; of other relations, from which event, 1.6; on which account, 6.242; from whom, 5.123.

19
unde

(adv.), whence, of place; relat., 2.458; interrog., from what place, point, or quarter; of other relations, from which event, 1.6; on which account, 6.242; from whom, 5.123.

7
undique

(adv.), from or on every side or all sides; all around, everywhere, 3.193, et al. (unde and -que)

35
undō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to rise in waves; of flame, smoke, dust, etc., surge, 2.609; overflow, stream forth, burst forth, gush, 10.908; boil, seethe, 6.218; of lines or reins, hang free, flow, 5.146. (unda)

7
undōsus, a, um

adj. (unda), billowy, stormy, 4.313; sea-washed, 3.693.

2
unguō (ungō), ūnxī, ūnctus, 3, a.

to anoint, cover with oil, 6.219; envenom, 9.773; p., ūnctus, a, um, oiled over, oiled; of the bottoms of ships, covered with pitch, pitchy, 4.398.

3
unguis, is, m.

a finger-nail, 4.673; talon, 12.255; claw, 5.352; in unguem, (polished) to the nail.

7
ungula, ae, f.

a hoof, 8.596. (unguis)

4
ūnus, a, um (gen. ūnīus, dat. ūnī)

(num. adj.), one, 2.527, et al.; one alone, a single one (emphatically), 1.47; only, alone, 9.544; one in particular, 5.704; with a comparative, 1.15; with a superl., 2.426; with ante aliōs, 3.321; common, 5.308; one and the same, at once, 10.871; pl., one, 2.642; ad ūnum, to a man, without exception, utterly, 5.687; in ūnum, in one, together, 12.714; (adv.), ūnā, in one place or at one time, together with, at once, at the same time, 3.634, et al.; with -que following, 11.864.

5
ūnus, a, um (gen. ūnīus, dat. ūnī)

(num. adj.), one, 2.527, et al.; one alone, a single one (emphatically), 1.47; only, alone, 9.544; one in particular, 5.704; with a comparative, 1.15; with a superl., 2.426; with ante aliōs, 3.321; common, 5.308; one and the same, at once, 10.871; pl., one, 2.642; ad ūnum, to a man, without exception, utterly, 5.687; in ūnum, in one, together, 12.714; (adv.), ūnā, in one place or at one time, together with, at once, at the same time, 3.634, et al.; with -que following, 11.864.

95
vocātus, ūs, m.

a calling; summons; pl., a call, 12.95. (vocō)

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

to raise the voice; cry out, exclaim; utter with loud cries, 2.679. (vōx and ferō)

5
vocō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to call, name, 3.133; mention, speak of, 3.185; invoke, implore, 3.264; propitiate, 3.253; invite, 3.70; summon, 2.668; challenge, 6.172; incite, 7.614; assemble, rally, 7.508.

110
volāns, antis, f.

a winged creature; a bird, 6.239. (volo -are)

2
volātilis, e

flying; winged, 4.71. (volō)

2
Volcēns, entis, m.

a Latin chief, 9.370.

7
volēns, entis

willing, ready, unresisting, spontaneously, 6.146.

9
volitō, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. n.

to fly about, whirl about, hover, flit, 6.329; ride or gallop around, 12.126; circulate, pass rapidly, fly. (1. volō)

13
volō, voluī, velle, irreg. and def. a.

to will, wish, desire, intend, purpose, freq.; followed by the infin., with or without subject acc., by the subj., or by a noun in the acc.; wish, desire, 2.104, et al.; of the gods, order, decree, 5.50, et al.; be willing, 1.733; think of, intend, mean; of things, to signify, mean, 6.318.

46
volō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to fly, 1.300, et al.; of rumor, to be spread rapidly, noised or spread abroad, 3.121.

54
Volscī, ōrum

the Volsci or Volscians, a warlike tribe of Latium.

8
Volscus, a, um

(adj.), Volscian, 7.803.

1
volūbilis, e

adj. (volvō), turning, whirling, spinning, 7.382.

1
volucer, cris, cre

adj. (1. volō), having the power to fly; of birds or winged creatures, swift-winged, 5.488; of things, winged, fleeting, 2.794; swift, 1.317; subst., volucris, is, f., a bird, 3.262.

12
volucer, cris, cre

adj. (1. volō), having the power to fly; of birds or winged creatures, swift-winged, 5.488; of things, winged, fleeting, 2.794; swift, 1.317; subst., volucris, is, f., a bird, 3.262.

12
volūmen, inis, n.

a roll; fold, coil, 2.208. (volvō)

4
voluntās, ātis, f.

a willing; will, wish, desire, 6.675; consent, 4.125. (2. volō)

5
volvō, volvī, volūtus, 3, a.

to roll, 1.86; roll along or down, 1.101; roll or cast up, 3.206; toss, hurl, 12.906; roll over, roll in the dust, 12.329; cast, hurl down, 1.116; 9.512; roll, wheel, 1.163; of books, open, unroll, 1.262; of the Fates, fix the circle of events, decree, ordain, dispose, 1.22; 3.376; of the mind, revolve, meditate, reflect upon, 1.305; pass, continue, live through, experience, endure, suffer, 1.9; rotam volvere, to complete a cycle, period; (pass.), volvī, roll over, roll, 10.590; turn or wind about, 7.350; to be shed, to flow, 4.449; roll on, revolve, 1.269.

53
voluptās, ātis, f.

satisfaction, delight, pleasure, 3.660. (2. volō)

3
Volusus, ī, m.

a follower of Turnus, 11.463.

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

to roll about; to roll back, reëcho, 5.149; roll or send through, make resound, 1.725; of thought, turn over, ponder, think over; meditate, 1.50; with ellipsis of the acc., 4.533; n., fall prostrate, 3.607. (volvō)

10
vōmer, eris, m.

a plowshare, plow, 7.635.

3
vomō, uī, itus, 3, a.

to vomit; belch, vomit forth, 5.682.

10
vorāgō, inis, f.

a chasm, abyss, gulf, whirlpool, 6.296; torrent, 9.105. (vorō)

4
vorō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to swallow up, 1.117.

1
vōs and vōsmet

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

62
vōtum, ī, n.

a thing vowed; a conditional pledge made to some deity; a vow, 5.234, prayer, 4.65; votive offering, 2.17; sacrifice, 3.279. (voveō)

29
voveō, vōvī, vōtus, 2, a.

to make a pledge or vow to a deity; vow, 10.774; consecrate, devote, 11.558.

3
vōx, vōcis, f.

a voice, 1.328; note, tone, 6.646; language, 12.825; response, answer, 2.119; sound, 3.556.

113
urbs, urbis, f.

a city, especially a walled city, 1.12, et al.

196
urgeō, ursī, 2, a. and n.

to drive, impel, press forward, 1.111; ply, hasten, 9.489; press, oppress, crush, bear down, 3.579; press around, inclose, surround, hem in, 11.524; weigh upon, oppress, close, 10.745; overpower, 2.653; attack, 10.375; punish, torture, 6.561.

23
urna, ae, f.

a water-vessel, an urn, 7.792; an urn for casting lots, 6.22; of judges, 6.432.

3
ūrō, ussī, ūstus, 3, a.

to burn; burn up, 2.37; inflame with love, 4.68; trouble, disturb, torment, 1.662.

5
ursa, ae, f.

a she-bear; a bear, 5.37. (ursus)

2
ursus, ī, m.

a bear.

1
ūsquam

(adv.), anywhere, 1.604; by any means, at all, 8.568.

8
ūsque

(adv.), all the way; all along; continuously, constantly, 2.628; quō ūsque, how long, 5.384; ūsque adeō, so far, so much, to such a degree, so, 12.646; ūsque ad or adūsque, quite to, 11.262; ab ūsque, even from, 7.289; super ūsque, even beyond, 11.317; ūsque dum, even while, as long as, 10.321.

6
ūsus, ūs, m.

a using; use, usage, employment, purpose, 4.647; experience, practice, communication, 2.453; profit, use, advantage, foll. by abl., use for, need of, necessity of, 8.441. (ūtor)

4
ut (utī)

(conj., denoting result), so that, 6.553, et al.; purpose; in order that, that, 1.685, et al.; with subj. for inf. and acc., that, 11.269.

118
ut (utī)

(relat. adv. of manner), as, just as, freq.; in oaths, so truly as, 12.206; of time, as soon as, when, 8.1, et al.; ut prīmum, as soon as, 1.306.

26
ut (utī)

(adv., interrog.), in what manner, how? 1.466, et al.; sometimes with indic. in a dependent question, 6.855; how gladly, 8.154.

13
ut (utī)

(adv., interrog.), in what manner, how? 1.466, et al.; sometimes with indic. in a dependent question, 6.855; how gladly, 8.154.

3
utcumque

(adv.), in whatever way, however, howsoever, 6.822.

1
uterque, utraque, utrumque

each (of two); both, 2.214; subst., utrumque, n., each, either thing or alternative, 2.61; (adv.), utrōque, to or on both sides; on either side, 5.469.

18
uterus, ī, m.

the womb, belly, 11.813; cavity, 2.38.

8
utinam

(interj.), O that! would that! with subj., 1.575.

3
ūtor, ūsus sum, 3, dep. n.

to use, foll. by the abl.; employ, show, display, 5.192; address, 1.64; experience, enjoy, prove, meet with, 6.546.

5
utrimque

(adv.), on or from either side; on both sides; on every side, 7.566. (uterque)

3
uterque, utraque, utrumque

each (of two); both, 2.214; subst., utrumque, n., each, either thing or alternative, 2.61; (adv.), utrōque, to or on both sides; on either side, 5.469.

1
Vulcānius, a, um

adj. (Vulcānus), pertaining to Vulcan; forged or wrought by Vulcan, 12.739, et al.; of fire or flame, 10.408.

4
Vulcānus, ī, m.

the god of fire and of the forge, son of Jupiter and Juno, 8.422; (meton.), fire, 2.311, et al.

12
vulgō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to make common or commonly known; spread abroad, 1.457; divulge, disclose, 10.64. (vulgus)

4
vulgō

(adv.), in the multitude; in common, generally, 6.283; all around, everywhere, 3.643.

2
vulgus, ī, n., rarely m.

the common people; populace, people, 2.39; multitude, 2.798; common soldiery, 2.99; rabble, throng, 1.149; of animals, the herd, 1.190.

9
vulnerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to wound; offend, hurt, wound, 8.583. (vulnus)

1
vulnificus, a, um

adj. (vulnus and faciō), wound-making; hurtful, deadly, 8.446.

1
vulnus, eris, n.

a wound, 2.436, and freq.; blow, 5.433; aim, thrust, 2.529; of the mind, distress, 12.160; heart-wound, passion, 4.2; of revenge, 1.36.

70
vultur, uris, m.

a vulture, 6.597.

1
Vulturnus, ī, m.

a river of Campania, 7.729.

1
vultus, ūs, m.

the look or expression of the face; face, visage, countenance, 1.209; features, 4.556; appearance, aspect, 5.848; eyes, sight, 2.539.

32
uxōrius, a, um

adj. (uxor, wife), pertaining to a wife; enslaved to one's wife, uxorious, slave of a wife, 4.266.

1