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A.

Acrisioneus, 7. 410

Actium, battle of, described as on Aeneas'
Ab and ad confounded, 9. 380, 432

shield, 8. 675
- origine, 7. 181

Actius, adjective, 8. 675

Actus, 12. 687
Abella, 7. 740

Actutum, 9. 255
Abies, of a ship, 8. 91 : of a spear, 11. 667 | Ad, in composition, 9. 52
Abiuratus, 8. 263

aliquem loqui, 10. 742
Ablative, of material, 10. 138

limina, of humility in supplication, 7.
of attribute, 7.483

221
used absolutely of father or - lumina, 8. 411
origin, 10. 205

Adactus, 9. 431
without preposition, 7. 216: 11. | Adclinis, 10. 835
175

Adcommodus, 11. 522
of the efficient cause in the Addensere, 10. 432
agent by which a thing is done, 11. 568 Addere, of a speech following an act, 11.95

where genitive would be usual, Adeo, used for emphasis, 9. 156: 11. 314
8. 694: 12. 522, 663, 672

after numbers, 7. 629
where dative or in with accusa- | Adficere pretio, 12. 352
tive would be usual, 10. 681

Adiunctus, of close juxtaposition, 9. 69
with in where accusative would Adire, of approaching in worship, 8. 544
be usual, 10. 838

Adiuro, with accusative, 12. 816
of extent, 10. 665

Adjective, emphatic position of, in descrip-
rare local uses of in Virgil, 9. tions, 11. 626
214: 10. 361, 681: 12. 911

for genitive, 10. 520 : 11. 84
Abunde est, with genitive, 7. 552

from proper name for genitive,
Ac velut, 12. 908

11. 88
Accipere, with ablative, of welcoming, 7.

of time applied to persons, 8.
210: 8. 178: 9. 233

465
omen, 12. 260

used for adverb, 8. 559: 11.
sacra, Additional Notes, p. 501 426
Accusative, cognate, 7. 460 : 11. 573

hypallage in construction with,
cognate in apposition to the 7. 207: 11. 890
action of the verb, 9. 53

Adlacrimare, 10. 628
--, cognate after nitor, 12. 386 Adludere, 7. 117
--, cognate after labo, 10. 283 Admiscere, of mixture of blood, 7. 579

and ablative interchange places, Admovere, of victims, 12. 171
8. 180

Adnixus, with ablative, 12. 92
in apposition to the sentence, Adnuere, with infinitive, 11. 20: 12. 187
8. 487

Adparere, of servants, 12. 850
Acer, contrasted with lentus, 7. 164 Adsidere, with accusative, 11. 304
Acerbus, of premature death, 11. 28 Adspectare, 10.4
Acies inferre, 10. 364

Adusque, 11. 262
Aclys, 7. 730

Adverbs formerl from participles, 10. 405

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Advertere, with dative, 12: 555

Anfractus, 11. 522
Aegis, of Jove, 8. 354

Anhelare, 8. 421
of Pallas, 8. 435

Animi, genitive with epithet, 9. 246 : 10.
Aeneadae, 8. 341

686: 11. 417: 12. 19
Aeneas, visit of, to Evander, 8. 102 Animis = animose, 11. 18, 438
shield of, 8. 447, 626

Animos tollere, 9. 637
his reputation for piety, 11. 292 Animus, seat of, in the breast, 7. 356
Aeneius, 7.1

of liberality, 12. 23
Aenides, 9. 653

Ante, without specified object, 9.315: 12.
Aequalis, 10. 194

680
Aequati numero, 7. 698

alios, pleonastic after superlative, 7.
Aeratus = aereus, 11. 656

55
Aerius, 7. 704

- tubam, proverbial expression, 11. 424
Aestus, of fluctuation in opinion, 12. 486

annos, 9. 311
Aetherius, of the sun, 8. 68

Antecedent repeated in another form, 7.
of the heavenly bodies, 8. 137 477
Agere, of leading to battle, 7. 804 : 8. 678 Antemnae, 7. 631

used for ducere, 10. 514: 12. 530 Antonius, 8. 685
Agger moerorum, 10. 24

Anxius, 9. 89
Agitare, of pursuit, 11. 686

Aperiri, of dawning, 8. 681
with infinitive, 9. 187

Apex, 8. 664
Agricola, contrasted with arator, 10. 805 --, of the top of a helmet, 10. 270
Agrippa, 8. 682

Apollo, worship of, at Soracte, 11. 787
Agylla, 7. 652 : 8. 479

Appenninicola, 11. 700
Ait, introduced towards the end of a Aptare, with dative, 10. 131
speech, 11. 24

Ara Maxuma, origin of, 8. 194
Alba, Latium, and Rome, 7. 602

Arabus, 7. 605
Alban kings, 12. 826

Arcadians, painted arms of, 8. 588: 12.
mount, 12. 134

281
Albani loci, 9. 388

Arces, of mountain heights, 7. 696
Albunea, 7. 82

Ardea, 7. 412
Alienum volnus, 10. 781

Argiletum, 8. 345
Alipes, used absolutely, 7. 277

Argumentum = a subject for art, 8. 791
Aliquando = olim, 8. 602

Argyripa, 11. 246
nearly = tandem, 8. 200 Aricia, temple of Diana at, 7. 764
Alituum genus, 8. 27

Arietare, 11. 890
Allia, 7. 717

Arisbe, 9. 264
Alliteration, 9. 89, 340: 11. 151, 160, Arma, of a single piece of armour, 8. 435
627

sequi, 10. 10
Almus
parens, 7. 644

Armare manus, 9. 115: 11. 682
Alta petere. 7. 362: 8. 691 : 9. 564

rates = to man slips, 10. 165
Altars of turf, 12. 119

Armentalis equa, 11. 571
touched in swearing, 12. 201 Arms, sound of, in the air as a portent, S.
Alternus, adverbial, 11. 426

528
Altus = noble, 10. 126, 374: 12. 546

- hung up on the stern of a ship, 8.93 :
--, epithet of Apollo, 10. 875

10. 80
Alveo, scanned as disyllable, 7. 303 Arripere, of rapidly occupying a place, 9.
Amarus, in mental sense, 11. 337

13: 11. 531
Amasenus, the, 7. 685

Arrows, poisoned, 9. 773
Amazons, the, 11. 659

Arruns, character of, 11. 793
arms of, 11. 660

Ars magistra, 8. 442: 12. 427
Ambrosia, 12. 419

Arva, of soil from which profit may be
Amiternum, 7. 710

reaped, 10. 78
Amnis, of river water, 7. 465: 12. 417 Arvina, 7. 627
Amplification, Virgil's turn for, 12. 899 Asper victu, 8. 318
Amsanctus, 7. 565

Aspernari, of rejecting entreaty, 11. 106
Amyclae, 10. 564

Aspicere contra, 11. 374
Anachronisms in Virgil, 7. 186

Ast, before a consonant, 10. 743
Anacolutha, 7. 611, 729, 741, 787, 799 : Astrorum decus, of the moon, 9. 405

9. 593: 10. 498, 710: 11. 288, 552 At non, in interrogation, 7. 363: 9. 144
Anceps, 7. 525

Ater, of an advancing army, 7. 525 : 12.
Ancilia, 8. 664

450

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Ater, of flames, 8. 198

Birth of men froin stocks and stones, 8.
Athos, quantity of fival syllable in, 12. 701 315
Atina, a Latin city Virgil, 7. 630 Biting the ground in death, 10. 489: 11.
Atinas, 11. 869: 12. 661

418
Atque, 7. 205: 9.1: 12. 531

Bonus = propitious, 12. 179
Attactus, 7. 350

Bubo, 12. 862
Attollere fasces, 7. 173

Bustum = funeral pile, 11. 201
Attonitus, of one under strong divine Buxum, of a top, 7. 382
influence, 7. 580

Buxus, of a flute, 9. 619
Attorquere, 9. 52
Auctor, of a god, 8. 336
of an authority for a fact, 10. 510

C.
Audax, of Turnus, 7. 409: 9. 3
Audere = tlnvar, 7. 300

Cacus, story of, 8. 194
of making a moral effort, 8. 364 Caecum volnus, 10. 733
Audire, with accus. = to hear of, 7. 196 Caecus Mars, 9. 518
Augere, of laying gifts on the altar, 7. 111 Caelum aspicere, of a dying person, 10.
Augustus, nearly = sanctus, 7. 170

781
Augustus, foreign wars of, alluded to, 7. Caeruleus, of water-gods, 8. 64
604

Caerulus, of a cloud, 8. 622
-, represented on shield of Aeneas, Caesars, the, spoken of as imperial and
7. 678

divine, 7. 101
Aurea, aureo, disyllables, 7. 190 : 10. 116 Caieta, 7. 2
Aurora, for the East, 8. 686

Camilla, 7. 803 : 11. 543
Aurum, for a thing made of gold, 7. 245 Canere, of predictions, 7. 271: 8. 534 :
Aurunci, 7. 206, 727

10. 417: 11. 399: 12. 28
Auspicium, 11. 347

of military music, 10. 310
dut for neque, after non, 10. 529

Capere = suscipere, 7. 403
after nec, 11. 802

-= to charm, 8. 311
Aut_aut separative, followed by que-que Captivus, of things, 7. 184
conjunctive, 7. 164, 165

Capua, 10. 145
Aut, distinguishing two ways of expressing Caput = fountain head, 11. 361 : 12.572
the same thought, 11. 392

, used in execrations, 11. 399
Aventinus, 7. 657

of the end of a bow, 11, 861
Avertere, of carrying off plunder, 8. 208 : Capys, 10. 145
10. 78

Carbaseus, 11. 776
Avus, used loosely, 10. 76, 619

Carbasus, 8. 34
Axe, the national weapon of the rural Carmentalis porta, 8. 338
population of Italy, 7. 627: 11. 656 Carmentis, prediction of, 8. 340

Cassida, 11. 775

Cassus aethere, 11. 104
B.

Castra movere, not of breaking up a camp,

11. 446
Racchanalia, the, 7. 385

Castrametation, Virgil's, 11. 159
Bay-tree, in Latinus' palace, 7. 59

Cateia, 7. 741
Bellari, 11. 660

Catilina, representation of, in Tartarus, 8.
Bellator equus, 10. 891 : 11. 89

668
Belli commercia, 10. 532

Cato of Utica, representation of, in Elysium,
portae, the gates of Janus, 7. 607 .8 670
rabies, 8. 327

Catullus imitated by Virgil in the last
signum, 8. 1

six books of the Aeneid, 7. 302, 356,
Bellipotens, 11. 7.

395, 593: 8. 19, 518: 9. 106, 313, 435,
Bellum, for battle, 8. 606

500, 582, 695: 10. 102, 230, 670, 844:
Bene emere, 9. 206

11. 68, 269, 581, 764: 12. 473, 669
Berecyntia, 9. 82

Caula, 9. 60
Bibere, of a spear, 11. 804

Caussa, followed by infinitive, 10. 90
Biforis, of the sound of a flute with two Cava nubes, 10. 636
stops, 9. 618

Cavae turres, 9. 46
Bimembris, 8. 293

Cavus, of the temples, 9. 633, 808: 10. 891
Bipatens, 10.5

of hills, 8. 599
Bipennis, in original adjectival sense, 11. Cedere = bene cedere, 12. 148
135

locis, 7. 559

Celebrare, of a ceremony, 8. 303

Conponere, 8. 322
Celeres umbrae, 12. 859

Considere, 7. 431
Centaurs and Lapithae, 7. 304

Considere luctu, 11. 350
Cerberus, 8. 297

Consilium, opposed to valour, 11. 704
Cernere ferro, 12. 709

Consors, with genitive, 10. 906
Cernuus, 10. 894

Conspectus conspicuous, 8. 588
Certamen pugnare, 11. 780: 12. 598 Construction of verb with accusative in
Certus trustworthy, 9. 249

first clause and infinitive in second
Cetra, 7. 732

clause, 8. 107
Cinctus Gabinus, 7. 612

changed in second relative
Cingere, of arming, 11. 486, 536

clause, 9. 593
Cingulum, of a sword-belt, 9. 360: 12.942 Constructions differing in parallel passages,
Cinis, coupled with Manes, 10. 828

9. 293
Cinyras, 10. 186

--, mixture of, 7. 624
Circe, her love for Picus, 7. 189

Consulere

= curare, 9. 322
Circeii, 7. 10

with accusative of thing, 11. 344
Circulus, of a band to confine the hair, 10. Consurgere in ensem, 9. 749: 12. 729
138

Contra, of replying, 9. 280
Citus for citatus, 8. 642

Contus, 9. 510
Clamorem tollere, of combatants, 9. 566 : Converti not = συστρέφεσθαι, 12. 549
11. 622

Co-ordination of ideas not strictly expressed,
Clarus, epithet of Alba, 8. 48

9. 48: 10. 794
Classicum, 7. 637

Copulative, place of, supplied by repetition,
Classis, ancient sense of, 7. 716

11. 171
Clausae portae, a sign of war, 8. 385 Coquere = inflammare, 7. 345
Clausus, 7. 707

Cornu, of helmet, 12. 89
Clipeatus, 7. 793

bucina, 7. 513
Clipeum, neuter, 9. 709

Cornus, of a javelin, 9. 698: 12. 267
Coctus, of a spear hardened in the fire, 11. Corona, 10. 122: 11. 475
553

navalis, 8. 684
Cocytus, 7. 563

rostrata, 8. 684
Coercere, of keeping troops in order, 9. 27

Coronare =

cingere, 9. 380
Cogere, of yoking a pair of horses, 7.639 Corpus, of the organization of a kingdom,
Cognomen, 8. 331

11. 313: 12. 835
Colere honores, 12. 778

used periphrastically, 9. 273
Collateral forms, employment of, 10. 571: Corythus, 7. 209: 9. 10: 10.719
11. 522

Country put for people, 10. 8, 365 : 12. 232
Colligere rabiem, 9.63

Crates, of the framework of shields, 8. 633
Comets, considered ill-omened, 10. 272

pectoris, 12. 508
Communes Di, 12. 118

Creare, 7. 283
Comptus for coronatus, 7. 751: 8. 128 Credere campo, of giving battle on level
Concilium and consilium confused in MSS., ground, 9. 42
11. 469

Crepido saxi, 10. 653
magnum, 11. 234

Cretheus, 9. 774: 12. 538
Concipere foedus, 12. 13

Crimen = a ground of quarrel, 7. 339
Concutere, 7. 338: 8.4

= cause of reproach, Additional
Condensus, 8. 497

Notes, p. 506
Condere = to compose, 10. 35

guilty cause, 12. 600
Confundere, metaphorical, 12. 619

Crinalis, 7. 403: 11. 576
Confusion between impressions on different Crinitus Apollo, 9. 638
senses, 12.591

Crudus = crudelis, 10. 682
Congeminare, 11. 698: 12. 714

Crustumerium, 7. 631
Congressus, of friendly meeting, 8. 467 Cum = ex quo, 12. 208
Coniicere, with dative, 7. 456

Cum tamen, 9. 513
Coniugium, for coniunx, 11. 270

Cuneus, of an army, 12. 457
Coniungere, with abl., 10. 653

Cupavo, 10. 186
Coniurare, of a general rising, 8. 4 Cupencus, 12. 539
Conjunction, used to couple words which Currus, plural for singular, 10. 574
are not co-ordinate, 9. 48

horses, 7. 163
Connixus, of a charge with lances, 11. 613 Cursu = at full speed, 11. 879
Connubiis, as a trisyllable, 7. 96

Cursum dare, 10. 870
Conplere, a naval term, 11. 327

Cursus, of a voyage, 9. 91

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Cursus negare, 7. 8

Devexus, 8. 280
Cybele, 9. 82, 618: 10. 252

Dextram tangere, 7. 266
Cycnus, 10. 189

Dicere =

loqui, 9. 233
Cytherea tonans, 8. 524

of naming and dedicating, 8. 344

of fixing and promising, 11. 353
D.

sortem, 9. 268

Dictamnus, 12. 412
Danae, foundress of a colony in Italy, 7. Dicto parere, 7. 433
410

Die = uno die, 11. 397
Dardanius, contemptuous, 11. 399: 12.14 Dies, of time, 11. 425
Dardanus, for Trojans generally, 11. 287 of a set day, 8. 601
Dare
: TIDévai, 9. 323: 12. 437

Different senses to same expression, 10.
= facere, 10. 529

396
funera, 8. 570

Differre, of tearing in pieces, 8. 643
quietem per membra, 8. 30

of delaying, with accusative of
fugam, 7. 24

person, 9. 155
- animos, 7. 383 : 9. 144

Digna atque indigna, 9. 595
·laborem, 7. 331

indigna, 12. 811
se campo, 9. 56

Dignus, with genitive, 12. 648
Dative for genitive, 8. 65: 10. 135, 203 Diluvium, 7. 228

for in with accus. of motion, 9. 676 : Diomedes, 11. 243 foll.
10. 401 : 12. 417, 488

birds of, 11. 273
for ad with accus., 8. 566: 10.319 :

city of, 8. 9
12. 464

Dira, name for Furies, 7. 324: 12. 845
De, force of, in composition, 10. 809

cupido, 9. 185
more, 10. 832

Dirigere aciem, 7. 523
Dead, both buried and burnt at Rome, 11. Discere = learn about, 12. 435
204

Discessio caeli, 9. 20
Debitus, of fate, 7. 120

Discinctus, of Carthaginians, 8. 724
Decernere ferro, 7.525 : 11. 218: 12. 282 Disfigurement of features forbidden to
Decolor, 8. 326

women by Roman law, 12. 606
Decus, as an address, 9. 18: 11. 508 : 12. Disiicere = rumpere, 7. 339
142

--, of laying in ruins, 8. 290
Deficere, 11. 231

Disjunctive in questions, use of, 10. 150
Deflere, 11. 59

dividing two clauses not really
Defluere, of alighting from a horse, 11.501 distinct, 10. 740
Deiicere, with dative, 10. 319

Dissidere, of physical separation, 7. 370
of throwing from a horse, 10.753: Diversus, 7. 150: 12. 621
11. 642, 665 : 12. 509

Dives, of abundance, 9. 26
Deinde, apparently out of place, 7. 135 Divi images of gods, 12. 286
- after nunc, 12. 889

Divine favour and human prowess viewed
Delecta iuventus, 8. 499

as independent, 11. 118
Demorari, 10. 30

Divortium, 9. 379
Depellere, 9. 109

Docere, of recounting, 11. 249
Depositus, 12. 395

Doliturus, 11. 732
Deprensus and depressus confounded in Dolo, 7. 664
MSS., 10. 98

Dolon, 12. 347
Dercennus, 11. 850

Dolor, 8. 220, 501: 9. 66
Descriptions in Virgil localized, 7. 516: | Domus, of place of extraction, 8. 114: 10.
10. 708: 12. 4

141
Homeric, 7. 534,

Aeneae, 9. 448
537

Dona ferre, 8. 284
Descriptive attributes, employment of, 9. Donec, with subjunctive, 11. 860
572

Donum = beneficium, 8. 658
Desertus, 11. 843

Drances, 11. 336
Detectus = nudus, 10. 133

Dubitare, 9. 191
Deturbare, 10. 555

Ducere inducere, 10. 192
Deum gens, of Aeneas, 10. 228

= to extend by beating, 7. 634
of the Trojans generally, 11. = to protract, 8. 55
305

of drawing a bow, 11. 860
Deus coupled with dementia, 9. 601

sacra, of a religious procession, 8.
-- loci, 8. 31

665

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