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VOCABULARY

à, ab, abs, prep. with abl., from, in | abductus, a, um, p. of abdūcē.

relations of space, time, source, Abella, ae, f., Abella, a town in Cam. cause, and agency; from, 1, 371; pania, N. E. of Naples, 7, 740. following a substantive directly, with abeo, ivi, or iī, itus, ire, irreg. n., to go ellipsis of participle, I, 160; at, on, away, depart, 2, 675; go off, go to, 7, 106; from the direction, on aside, turn off, 5, 162; pass into, the side of, 5, 19; in respect to, 11, sink into, 9, 700; go forward, take 174; licording to, 9, 235; from a the lead, 5, 318; retreat, 2, 382; period or point of time, 2, 87; since, change or be transformed. after, 1, 730; of persons, by, 2, 429; abfore, abfui, etc., see absum. à tergo, from the rear, behind, 1, abicio, iēcī, iectus, 3, a. (ab and iació), 186; ab ūsque, as far as from, even to cast of, away or down, 10, 736. from, 7, 289. In composition, ab is abiectus, a, um, p. of abicio. unchanged before vowels and before abies, etis (often trisyll. in the oblique id=j), h, b, d, I, n, r, s; becomes cases), f., a fir tree; fir wood or abs before c, 9, 1, as before p; ā in fir timber, 2, 16; meton., a ship, 8, āfui from absum ; and au is used in 91; a lance, 11, 667. auferð, from ab and ferð, and in abigo, ēgi, actus, 3, a. (ab and ago), aufugió, from ab and fugió.

to drive off or away from, i.e. beyond abāctus, a, um, p. of abigo.

(others in), 8, 407; drive away, Abaris, is, m., a Rutulian warrior,

II, 261. 9, 344.

abitus, ūs, m. (abeo), a departure, 8, Abās, antis, m. 1. The twelfth king of 214; a passage, or outlet, 9, 380.

Argos, grandson of Danaus, 3, 286. abiūrā, āvi, ātus, 1, a., to swear off ; 2. A Trojan, follower of Aeneas, 1, deny upon oath; deny, disavow, 8, 263.

121. 3. An Etruscan, 10, 427. ablātus, a, um, p. of aufero. abditus, a, um, p. of abdo.

abluo, lui, lūtus, 3, a., to wash away, abdo, didi, ditus, 3, a., to put away; 9,818; cleanse, purify, wash, 2, 720.

with the point or place where, in ablūtus, a, um, p. of abluā. the abl. alone or with a prep., the abnego, āvi, ātus, i, a., to deny, reacc. with prep., or the dative; to fuse, with acc. and dat., 7, 424 , hide, shut up, 1, 60 ; to bury, plunge, with inf., 2, 637; alone, 2, 654. thrust, 2, 553.

abnuo, nuī, nuitus or nūtus, 3, a. and abdūco, dūxi, ductus, 3, a., to lead n., to shake the head in dissent; re

away; remove, take away, 3, 601; fuse, with acc., 4, 108; reject, 5, 531; take away by force, 7, 362; draw forbid, with acc. and inf., 10, 8. back, 5, 428.

aboleo, ēvi, itus, 2, a., to cause to wane or waste ; to destroy; 4, 497; cleanse, abstrāctus, a, um, p. of abstraho. efface, wipe out, 11, 789; obliterate abstraho, trāxī, trāctus, 3, a., to drag the memory of, 1, 720.

or lead away, 8, 263. abolēsco, olēvī, 2, inc. n. (aboleo), to abstrūdō, trūsi, trūsus, 3, a., to push or decay, 7, 232.

thrust of; to conceal, hide, 6, 7. abreptus, a, um, p. of abripið. abstrūsus, a, um, p. of abstrūdo. abripio, ripui, reptus, 3, a. (ab and ra- abstuli, perf. of aufero.

piö), to take away violently; snatch, absum, āsuī or abfui, āfutūrus or absucarry away, 1, 108; 4, 600.

tūrus, abesse, irreg. n., to be away; abrumpā, rūpī, ruptus, 3, a., to break to be absent, 2, 620; distant, 11, 907;

off, away, or tear away from, 9, 118; to be wanting, missing, 1, 584; inf., tear asunder, rend, 3, 199; end sud- āfore, or abfore, will be wanting, 8, denly or abruptly, 4, 388: put an 147; p., absēns, entis, absent, 4, 83. end to, 4, 631; violate, 3, 55; p. absūmā, sūmpsi, sümptus, 3, a., to take abruptus, a, um, having burst, burst- away; of death, to end, destroy, 3, ing, breaking forth, subst., abrup- 654; exhaust, spend, 7, 301; contum, i, n., anything broken off ; a sume, devour, 3, 257; cut off, end, precipice; abyss, chasm, 3, 422; in I, 555.

abruptum, headlong, 12, 687. absūmptus, a, um, p. of absūmo. abruptus, a, um, p. of abrumpā. abunde, adv., with genit. (abundus), abs, prep. See ab.

sufficiently, enough, 7, 552. abscessus, ūs, m. (abscēdē, to go abundā, āvī, ātus, I, n., to overflow;

away), a going away, retreat, 10, abound; abundāns, antis, overflow445.

ing, 11, 547 abscido, cidi, cīsus, 3, a. (abs and ac, see atque. caedo), to cut off, 12, 511.

Acamās, antis, m., Acamas, a son of abscindo, scidi, scissus, 3, a., to tear Theseus and Phaedra, 2, 262.

off, away, from, 5,685; separate, 3, acanthus, i, m., the plant bear's-foot ; 418; tear, 4, 590.

the acanthus, 1, 649. abscissus, a, um, p. of abscindo. Acarnān, ānis, adj., of Acarnania, a abscondo, condi and condidi, ditus, 3, country between Epirus and Actolia;

a., to put out of sight, hide, conceal; to Acarnanian, 5, 298. conceal, 4, 337; lose sight of, with- Acca, ae, f., a companion of Camilla,

draw from, 3, 291. absēns, entis, p. of absum.

accēdo, cessī, cessus (perf. ind., acabsisto, abstiti, 3, n., to stand off or cēstis for accessistis, 1, 201), 3, n.

away from, followed by the abl., (ad and cedo), to go or draw near alone or with prep.; withdraw from, to; approach,with acc. alone, 1, 307. 6, 259; fly, dart from, 12, 102; with accelero, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n. (ad and infin., desist, cease, 6, 399; alone, stop, celero), to hasten ; make haste, 5, 675. cease, I, 192.

accendo, i, cēnsus, 3, a. (ad and cando, abstine7, ui, tentus, 2, a. and n. (abs rel. to candeo), to set fire to, light

andteneo), to hold or keep off from, or up, enkindle, 5,4; enrage, exasper. abstain from, with abl., 7, 618; alone, ate, incense, 1, 29; incite, rouse, 4, abstain, restrain one's self, 2, 534. 232.

II, 820,

accēnsus, a, um, p. of accendo. accumbo, cubui, cubitus, 3, n. (acacceptus, a, um, p. of accipio.

cubo), to lay one's self down, at or accessus, ūs, m. (accédo), a going upon ; recline, with dat., 1, 79.

near to; an access, approach, 3, 570. accumulo, ävi, ätus, 1, a. (ad and 1. accido, cidi, 3, n. (ad and cado), cumulo), to place heap on heap; to happen, 12, 593.

heap up, load; honor, 6, 885. 2. accido, cidi, cisus, 3, a. (ad and accurro, curri, seldom cucurri, cursus,

caedo), to cut into, or up; cut, 2, 3, n. (ad and curro), to run to; run, 627; eat into, devour, consume, 7,

hasten up, 5, 451. 125.

ācer, ācris, ācre, adj. (for ac-cer, root accinctus, a, um, p. of accingo. ac, as in acuo), sharp; fig., bitter, accingo, cinxi, cinctus (pass. inf., ac- pungent, 7, 291; ardent, active,

cingier, 4, 493), 3, a. (ad and cingo), strong, I, 220; brave, valiant, 8, to girdon; gird, 2,614; arm, equip, 441 ; spirited, full of life, life-like, 6, 184; make one's self ready; pre- 5, 254; elastic, springing, 7, 164;

pare, I, 210; resort to, 4, 493. swift, nimble, fiery, 1, 444; fierce, accio, civi, citus, 4, a. (ad and cieo), to furious, 2, 414; keen, urgent, i, summon, call, 11, 235.

362; adv., ācriter; comp., ācrius, accipio, cēpi, ceptus, 3, a. (ad and more vigorously.

capio), to take to one's self; to re. acerbo, no perf., ātus, 1, a. (acerbus), ceive, 1, 304; take in or up, admit, to imbitter ; to aggravate, augment, receive, 1, 123; 3, 79; entertain, 11, 407 3, 353; see, 8, 155; hear, attend, acerbus, a, um, adj. (ācer), harsh, listen to, learn, 2, 65; heed, regard, bitter, in taste; fig., cruel, fierce,

5, 462; fatal, direful, sorrowful, accipiter, tris, m., a hawk, 11, 721. sad, mournful, 5, 49; 6, 429; pl., accisus, a, um, p. of accido.

acerba, õrum, n., vengeful deeds, 12, 1. accitus, a, um, p. of acció.

500; adv., acerba, harshly, sav. 2. accitus, ūs, m.; used only in the agely, fiercely, 9, 794.

abl. sing. (acció); a summons, call, acernus, a, um, adj. (acer, maple), of 1, 677

maple; maple-, 2, 112. acclinis, e, adj. (acclinā, to lean on), acerra, ae, f., an incense box ; a

leaning on or against, 10, 835. censer, 5, 745. accola, ae, c. (accolo), a neighbor, 7, acervus, i, m., a heap, pile, 4, 402. 729.

Acesta, ae, f., a town in Sicily, named accolo, colui, cultus, 3, a. (ad and colo), after Acestes, 5, 718. to dwell near or by.

Acestēs, ae, m., Acestes or Segestus, accommodo, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (ad and the son of Crimisus, a Sicilian river

commodo), to fit one thing to another; god, and Egesta or Segesta, a Trojan to buckle, gird, 2, 393.

woman, 1, 195. accommodus, a, um, adj. (ad and com- Achaemenidēs, ae, m., Achaemenides, modus), fit, suitable, II, 522.

a companion of Ulysses, 3, 614. accubo, ui, itus, i, n. (ad and cumbo), Achāicus (poet., Achāius), a, um, to lie near or by, to recline, 6, 606; adj. (Achāia), of Achaia ; Achaean; project.

Grecian, 2, 462,

4, 611,

bend over,

Achāius, a, um, see Achāicus. ācrius, see äcer. Achātēs, ae, m., Achates, a companion Acron, õnis, m., a Greek warrior, 10, of Aeneas, I, 174, et al.

719. Acheron, ontis, m., the Acheron, a acta, ae, f., the seashore; beach,

river of Hades, 6, 295; met., the shore, 5, 613. lower world, 5, 99.

Actius, a, um, adj. (poet. for Actiacus, Achillēs, is (eos or i), m., the son of from Actium), pertaining to Actium,

Peleus, king of Thessaly, and The- a promontory and town of Epirus,

tis, daughter of Nereus, 1, 468, et al. celebrated as the scene of the decisive Achillēus, a, um, adj. (Achillēs), victory of Augustus over Antony and

of Achilles ; Achillean, 3, 326. Cleopatra, in B.C. 31; Actian, 3, Achīvusa,

um, adj. (Achaeus), 280. Achaean; Grecian, 1, 488; pl. Actor, oris, m. 1. The name of a subst., Achivī, orum or um, the Trojan, 9, 500. 2. The name of an Greeks, 2, 102.

Auruncian, 12, 94. Acidalius, a, um, adj. (Acidalia, an 1. āctus, a, um, p. of ago.

appellation of Venus, derived from 2. āctus, ūs, m. (ago), a driving or the name of a fountain in Boeotia), impelling; speed, swift descent, 12, pertaining to Venus ; Acidalian, 1, 687. 720.

actūtum, adv. (āctus), promptly, im. aciēs, ēi, f., a sharp edge or point; mediately, 9, 255.

edge, 2, 333; an arrow-head, ii, acuē, ui, ūtus, 3, a, to make pointed; 862; the sight of the eye, 6, 200; to sharpen, whet, 8, 386; fig., stim. the eye, 4, 643; an army in line of ulate, provoke, 7, 330; incite, rouse ; battle ; army, 10, 408; the shock, of

P., acūtus,

a, um, sharpened, battle, 12, 662; light; pl., aciēs, the pointed, sharp, 1, 45. eyes, 12, 558; squadrons, baitalions, acus, ūs, f. (acuo), a needle, 9, 582. troops, 2, 599; battles, 6, 829; aciēs acūtus, a, um, p. of acuo. inferre, to charge, 10, 364.

ad, prep. followed by acc.

1. In aclys, ydis, f., a dart with a thong on relations of place : to, towards, its shaft, 7, 730.

at, by, near, before, freq., present Acmon, onis, m., a Trojan, 10, 128. with, among, 6, 481; after a subst., Acoetēs, is, m., the armor-bearer of with ellipsis of prep., 10, 253. 2. Of Evander, 11, 30.

time: at, just at, about, by, 4, 513, Aconteus, ei, m., a Latin warrior, 11,

et al. 3. In other relations : in 612.

one's esteem, with, 12, 648; ad Acragās, antis, m., Agrigentum, a ūnum, even to a single one, to the

city on the southern coast of Sicily', last one, to a man, 5, 687; ad usque, now Girgenti, 3, 703.

as far as, 11, 262, et al. Acrisiónēus, a, um, adj. (Acrisionë), adāctus, a, um, p. of adigo.

pertaining to Acrisione or Danaë, adamās, antis, m., that which cannot daughter of Acrisius; Acrisoncan, be overcome; the hardest iron, steel, 7, 410.

adamant, 6, 552. Acrisius, iī, m., a king of Argos, son Adamastus, i, m., the father of Achaeof Abas, 7, 372.

menides, 3, 614.

I, Io.

addēnseo, ēre, and addēnsē, āre, a., adfecto, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a. (adficio),

to make compact; close up, 10, 432. to strive after; grasp, seize, 3, 670; addico, dixi, dictus, 3, a., to pronounce seek.

for ; assign to; give up to, 3, 653. adferő, attuli, allātus, adferre, irreg. a., additus, a, um, p. of addo.

to bring, bear, or carry, convey to, addo, didi, ditus, 3, a., to put or lay 12, 171; bring hither, 6, 532; to

near to or by, put on, 5,817; add, present, 3, 310; pass., adseri, to be join, 9, 765; erect on, 3, 336; givi, brought to, with acc., 7, 217. impart, 1, 593; add, bestow, 5, 249; adficio, fēci, fectus, 3, a (ad and addere sē, to join, 2, 339.

facio), to affect; reward, 12, 352. addūco, dūxi, ductus, 3, a., to lead or adfigo, fixi, fixus, 3, a., to fasten to,

draw to; lead on, 10, 380; draw to, put to, 9, 536; perf. p. pass., clingbend, draw tight, strain, of the ing to, 5, 852. muscles, 5, 141; of a bow, etc., 5, adfixus, a, um, p. of adfigo. 507.

adfligo, flixi, flīctus, 3, a., to beat or adductus, a, um, p. of addūco.

strike upon; p., adflictus, a, um, adedo, ēdi, ēsus, 3, a., to eat up, de- dejected, desponding, 2, 92; wretched, vour, consume, 9, 537.

troubled, 1, 452. 1. adeo, ivi or iī, itus, ire, irreg. a. and adflö, āvi, ātus, i, n. and a., to blow

n., to go to, approach ; visit, 4, 56; upon; breathe upon, 5, 739 ; blast, 2, reach, 4, 322; encounter, undergo, 649; inspire, 6, 50; impart, 1, 591.

adfluo, fuxi, flūxus, 3, n., to flow to ; 2. adeo, adv. (ad + eo, cf. is), to fig., gather, flock together, assemble,

this or that point ; so far, to such a 2, 796. degree, so very, so much; with correl. adfor, fātus sum, i, dep. a., to speak ut following, 11, 436, et al.; explan- to; address, 1, 663; beseech, suppliatory of a preceding statement, so cate, 2, 700; bid adieu, farewell to, much, so, I, 567, et al.; so, therefore,

2, 644. 4, 533; added to this, besides, more- adfore, see adsum. over; frequently emphasizing a word adfuī, see adsum. or statement, aye indeed, are also, adgnosco, nāvi, nitus, 3, a., to know a indeed, even, 3, 203; 7, 427; iam- second time or again; to recognize, que adeo and nunc adeo, and even I, 470. now, now indeed, already, or more-adhibeo, ui, itus, 2, a. (ad and habeo), over, 5, 268; 9, 156, et al.; ūsque to hold or apply to, unite with, admit adeo, up to such a point, even so, so to, 8, 56; to bring to, invite, 5, 62;

much; vix adeo, hardly even, 6, 498. adhibēre animum or animos, to adēmptus, a, um, p. of adimo.

give attention, 11, 315. adesse, see sum.

adhūc, adv., to this place ; to this time; adfábilis, e, adj. (adfor), that can be hitherto, as yet, yet, still, 1, 547, et

spoken to ; easy to be approached, 3, al.; neque adhūc, and not even yet, 621.

nor yet. adfātus, a, um, p. of adfor.

adicio, iēcī, iectus, 3, a. (ad and iacio), adfātus, ūs, m. (adfor), a speaking to ; to throw to or upon; add, join, 12, address, 4, 284.

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