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1, 744, et al.

Arcitenēns, entis, adj. (arcus and | argentum, i, n., silver, I, 359, et al.;

tenens), bow-bearing; subst. the articles of silver; plate, 1, 640. archer; Apollo, 3, 75.

Argi, õrum, m., and Argos, n. (nom. Arctos, i, f., the constellation of the and acc.), Argos, the capital of Ar

Great and Little Bear, or of the golis, and a favorite abode of Juno,

Great Bear alone ; the north, 6, 16. 1, 24; Greece, 2, 95. Ar

m., the prin ipal star in Argilētum, i, n. (argilla, clay; the constellation Boötes; Arcturus, wrongly derived from Argi, lētum),

the Argiletum, a place in Rome at arcus, ūs, m., a bow, 5, 500, et al.; the the foot of the Capitoline hill, 8, 345. rainbow, 5, 88.

Argivus, a, um, adj. (Argos), belongĀrdea, ae, f., Ardea, the chief town of ing to Argos ; Argive; Grecian, 2, the Rutulians, 7, 411.

254; subst., Argīvī, õrum, Argives, ārdēns, entis, see ārdeo.

Greeks, 1, 40. ārdeo, ārsī, ārsus, 2, n. and a., to burn; Argo, ūs, f. (acc. -7), not used in dat.

to be on fire, or in flames, 2, 311, et and abl., the ship Argo; the ship al.; be burned, 2, 581; fig., rage in which bore Jason and his crew of combat, 1, 491; burn with impa- heroes to Colchis in search of the tience, to long, 1, 515; burn with golden fleece. love, 4, 101; glow, 4, 262; ārdēns, Argolicus, a, um, adj., of Argolis ; Ar. ntis, burning, hot, sparkling, flam- golic; Grecian, 2, 55. ing, 5, 637; bright, 4, 482; impas- Argos, see Argi. sioned, ardent, eager, 1,423; spirited, argūmentum, i, n. (arguo), the means fiery, 1, 472; glowing, lofty, 6, 130; of making clear; subject, theme,

fierce, furious, 2, 529; angry, 6, 467. story, 7, 791. ārdēsco, ārsī, 3, inc. n. (ārdeo), to be- arguo, ui, ūtus, 3, a., to make clear;

gin to burn; fig., burn, 1, 713; to to manifest, show, betray, 4, 13; increase, grow louder and louder, prove, 9, 282; accuse, II, 384; p., 11, 607.

argūtus, a, um, clear; clear-soundārdor, õris, m. (ārdeo), a burning ; ing; melodious; whistling, rattling, fire, flame, 11, 786; heat, drought ; whizzing, 7, 14. ardor, zeal, fervor, 4, 581.

1. Argus (Argos), i, m., a guest of arduus, a, um, adj., steep; erect, high, Evander, 8, 346.

raised high, 2, 475; 5, 480; lofty; 2. Argus, i, m., Argus, the hundredtowering, 2, 328; rearing, 11, 638; eyed keeper who was made the guard subst., arduum, ui, n., a high place ; of lo, after she was changed into a height, 5, 695; 7, 562.

heifer by Juno, 7, 791. ārēns, entis, p. of āreo.

Argus, a, um, adj., Argive; subst., āreo, uī, 2, n., to be dry; wither, 3, Argī, õrum, Argives, Greeks.

142; p., ārēns, entis, dry; dried up, argūtus, a, um, see arguo.

shallow, 3, 350; dry, thirsty. Argyripa, ae, f., Argyripa, afterArethūsa, ae, f:, 1. Arethusa, a nymph; wards Arpi, a town built by Dio

2. A fountain near Syracuse, 3, 696. medes in Apulia, 11, 246. argenteus, a, um, adj. (argentum), Aricia, ae, f., a nymph, mother of silver., silvery, white, 8, 655.

Virbius, 7, 762.

āridus, a, um, adj. (āreo), dry, armē, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (arma), to equip parched, 5, 200; thirsty.

with arms, arm, equip, 2, 395, et ariēs, ietis (oblique cases often trisyll. al.; fit out, make ready, prepare, 4,

aryetis, etc.), m., a ram, freq.; a 299; fig., imbue, charge, 9, 773; p., military engine, a battering ram, 2, armātus, a, um, armed, charged, 492.

12, 857; subst., armātī, õrum, m., arieto (by synaeresis sometimes tri- armed men, warriors, 2, 485.

syll.), āvi, ātus, 1, a. and n. (ariēs), armus, i, m., the shoulder, strictly at

to strike; to stumble; dash, 11, 890. the shoulder blade; of beasts, Arisba, ae, f., a town in the Troad, shoulder, 11, 497; flank, side, 6, 9, 264.

881; of men, the shoulder, II, arista, ae, f., the beard of wheat; a

644. head of wheat.

aro, āvi, ātus, 1, a. and n., to plow; arma, örum, n., arms, defensive and till, cultivate, 4, 212; of navigation,

offensive, freq.; armor, 10, 181; to plow, 2, 780; of age, to furrow, suits of armor, 8, 565; fig., or war- ! 7, 417. like exploits, 1, 1; conflict, 12, 844; | Arpī, örum, see Argyripa. implements, equipments, instru arrēctus, a, um, p. of arrigo. ments, utensils, 1, 183; sails, 5, 15; arreptus, a, um, p. of arripio. rudder, helm, 6, 353; military arrigó, rēxí, rēctus, 3, a. (ad and power, warlike command, 12, 192; rego), to raise up; erect; bristle war, conflict, 12, 6; means of injury, up, 10,.726; fig., to excite, rouse ; weapons, 2, 99; arma movēre (of p., arrēctus, a, um, standing up, the lion), to prepare for battle, 12, 6; rising; erect, 5, 426; bristling, 11, arma colligere, shorten sail.

754; attentive, I, 152; animated, armātus, a, um, see armo.

roused, encouraged, 1, 579; ardent, armentālis, e, adj. (armentum), of a intent; intense, 5, 138; in fearful

drove ; of the herd; unbroke, 11, expectation, 12, 731. 571.

arripio, ui, reptus, 3, a. (ad and armentum, i, n., collective (aro), rapiö), to seize for one's self; seize,

beasts used for plowing ; cattle, 2, 9, 561; lay hold upon ; surprise, 9, 499, et al.; of all kinds of animals, 13; fig., hasten to, gain, 3, 477. a herd, drove ; of deer, 1, 185; of Arrūns, untis, m., Arruns or Aruns, horses, 3, 540.

an Etruscan follower of Tarchon, armiger, erī, m. (arma and gero), an 11, 759.

armor bearer, 2, 477; armiger ars, artis, f., acquired skill ; dexterity, Iovis, the eagle as the bearer of the 5, 521; art, 2, 15; warlike device, thunderbolts of Jupiter ; Jove's | craft, 5, 442; skillful effort or toil, armor bearer, 9, 564.

5, 270; attainment, science, 7, 772; armipotēns, entis, adj. (arma and po. prophetic wisdom, 5, 705; aim, vo

tēns), powerful in arms; valiant, cation, pursuit, 6, 852; avocation, brave, warlike, 2, 425.

craft, 12, 519; artifice, plot, strataarmisonus, a, um, adj. (arma and gem, intrigue, I, 657; craft, subtlety,

sono), making arms to resound; cunning, 2, 152; skillful or cunwith resounding arms, 3, 544. ning workmanship, 5, 359,

artifex, icis, m. (ars and facio), an | aspargē, inis, f. (aspergő), a sprin

artist, 1, 455; artificis scelus, the kling upon; spray, 3, 534. iniquity of the deceiver = the ac- aspecto, āvi, ātus, i, intens. a. (ad cursed falsifier, II, 407; subtle

and specto), to look at or upon, beschemer, artful deviser, 2, 125. hold, 10, 4; survey earnestly, 6, 186; 1. artus, ūs, m. (generally in the pl., with admiration, 1, 420; with regret, except in later writers), a joint of

5, 615. the body of man or beast, 5, 422; aspectus, üs, m. (aspicio), a looking a limb, 2, 173, et al.; part, member, at; meton., that which is looked 6, 726; frame, body, 9, 490.

at; a vision, 9, 657; a view, sight, 2. artus, a, um, adj., straitened, nar- 4, 314; appearance, presence, 1, row; close, tight, 1, 293.

613. arundineus, a, um, adj. (arundo), of asper, era, erum, adj., rough, 2, 379; reeds, reedy, 10, 710.

rugged, craggy, jagged, 6, 360; arundò, inis, f., a reed, arrow, 4, 73. chased, embossed, 5, 267; fig., of the arvina, ae, f., grease, tallow, 7, 627. weather, stormy, 2, 110; of temperaarvum, i, n. (aro), arable land; ment, spirit, or nature, barbarous,

land; a field, 1, 246; soil; plain, 5, 730; formidable, fierce, 1, 14; the ground, 12, 237; the shore, 2, full of strife, warlike, 1, 291; cruel, 209; pl., arva, õrum, fields, lands, stern, 6, 882; angry, I, 279; bitter, country; waters, 8, 695.

2, 96;. displeased, 8, 365. arx, arcis, f. (arceo), a citadel, strong- aspergő, spersī, spersus, 3, a. (ad

hold, fortress, tower, 2, 56, et al.; and spargo), to sprinkle upon, to high abode, heaven, 1, 250; a sum. sprinkle. mit, height, 1, 56; mountain, hill, aspernor, ātus sum, i, dep. a. (ab 6, 783; palace, 4, 410.

and spernor), to slight, despise, 11, Asbýtēs, ae, m., a Trojan, 12, 362. 106. Ascanius, iī, m., Ascanius, son of aspero, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (asper), to

Aeneas, and traditional founder of make rough ; raise, arouse, lift up, Alba Longa, 1, 267.

3, 285. ascendo, scendi, scēnsus, 3, a. and n. aspersus, a, um, p. of aspergā.

(ad and scando), to climb, mount, aspicio, spexi, spectus, 3, a. (ad and ascend, 1, 419; scale, 9, 507.

specio, look), to look at; to behold, ascēnsus, ūs, m. (ascendo), a climbing see, 1, 393, et al.; fig., to consider, 1, or ascending, 2, 303.

526; regard, pity, 2, 690. Asia, ae, f., 1. Asia, a town of Lydia, asporto, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to carry from near the river Cayster. 2. Asia

or away, 2, 778. Minor ; Asia, 7, 224, et al. Assaracī, ārum, m., the Assaraci, two Asīlās, ae, m. 1. A Trojan warrior, Trojan heroes, 10, 124.

9, 571. 2. An Etruscan chief and Assaracus, i, m., Assaracus, a king of soothsayer, 10, 175.

Phrygia, son of Tros, brother of 1. Āsius, a, um, adj. (Asia), of Asia, a Ganymede and Ilus, and grand

town near the Cayster; Asian, 7, 701. father of Anchises, 1, 284. 2. Āsius, ii, m., a Trojan warrior, ast, conj., see at. 10, 123.

astrum, i, n., a star, constellation ; pl.,

12, 661.

741, et al.

astra, õrum, heaven, 3, 158; Tītā- , Atinas, ātis, m., Atinas, a Latin chief, nia astra, the heavenly bodies ; the sun, moon, or stars, 6, 725.

Atlantis, idis, f., a daughter or female. Astur, uris, m., Astur, an Etruscan descendant of Atlas ; Electra, 8, 135. chief, 10, 180.

Atlās, antis, m., Atlas, a king of astus, ūs, m., cunning ; abl. astū, with Mauretania, famed for his knowlcunning, craftily, 10, 522.

edge of the stars, and hence said Astyanax, actis, m., Astyanax, the son to have borne the heavens on his of Hector and Andromache, put to

head and shoulders, transformed, death by Ulysses after the capture of according to mythology, by Perseus Troy, to prevent the fulfillment of with the Gorgon's head into the the prophecy which said that Troy mountain that bears his name, I,

should be restored by him, 2, 457. asýlum, i, n., 1. A place of refuge ; atque, or ac, conj. (ad and que), and

an asylum ; a temple, sanctuary, 2, in addition, or and besides ; and, as 761. 2. The Asylum established by well, and indeed, and, 1, 575; freq.;

Romulus on the Capitoline, 8, 342. even, 2, 626; in comparisons, as, 4, at and ást, conj., denoting addition 90; than, 3, 561; repeated, atque —

either with the notion of difference, atque, both -- and. or of decided opposition, but, 1, 46; atqui, conj. (at and qui), but, yet. yet, still, after conditional proposi- Atrīdēs, ae, m., a son or descendant tions; in adding new particulars, and of Atreus; pl., Atridae, ārum, the in transitions, but also, but, now, 4, Atridae (Agamemnon and MeneI; denoting indignation, with exe. laus), 2, 104. cration, 2, 535.

ātrium, ii, n., a rectangular area in atavus, i, m., a great-great-great- the middle of a dwelling, partly open

grandfather, or forefather of the to the sky; and often surrounded fifth previous generation; forefather, with a colonnade , the court or prin. 7, 474.

cipal apartment of a dwelling : or, āter, tra, trum, adj., black; dark, in a house containing more than

gloomy, 1, 60, et al.; smoky, lurid, one court, the forecourt or first hall; 7,456; 4, 384; clotted, dark, 3, 622; a court, hall, 2, 483, et al. soiled, blackened, 2, 272; fig., sad, atrox, öcis, adj. (āter), cruel, fierce, fatal, 6, 429; venomous, deadly; of relentless, 1, 662.

the odor of smoke, 12, 591. attāctus, ūs (only in the abl., attāctū), Athesis, is, m., the Athesis, a river in m. (attingo), a touching ; touch, 7,

the N. E. part of Upper Italy, 9, 350. 680.

attingā, tigi, tāctus, 3, a. (ad and Athos (acc. on, ona), m., a mountain tango), to touch against; touch,

in Macedonia on the Strymonian grasp, 9, 558; fig., attain, reach, gulf, 12, 701.

arrive at, 5, 797; come upon, overAtii, orum, m., the Atii, a Roman take, 4, 568. gens, 5, 568.

attollo, 3, a. (ad and tollo), to lift or Ātina, ae, f., a town of Latium, 7, raise up, throw, cast up, 3, 574; 630.

rear, build, 2, 185; fig., to rouse,

excite, 2, 381; with se, lift one's self report, 7, 96; P.,, subst., audītum, or itself, 4, 690; come into view, ap- ī, n., a thing heard; report, 3, 107. pear, 3, 205; fig., arise, be exalted, 4, audītus, a, um, p. of audio.

49; pass., attolli, to rise, 5, 127. aufero, abstuli, ablātus, auferre, irreg. attonā, ui, itus, 1, a. (ad and tono), to a. (ab and fero), to carry, bear, or

thunder at; p., attonitus, a, um, fig., take away, 4, 29, et al.; remove, cut stunned; agitated, 7, 580; amazed, off, 4, 699; lay aside, leave off, 8, astonished, 3, 172; afflicted, over- 439; with se, withdraw, 4, 389. whelmed, 12, 610; spellbound, Aufidus, i, m., the Aufidus, a river in hushed, 6, 53.

Apulia, 11, 405. attorqueo, 2, a. (ad and torqueo), to auge7, auxī, auctus, 2, a., to cause to swing or hurl, 9, 52.

grow or increase; increase, 5, 565; attrāctus, a, um, p. of attraho.

load, pile, 7, 111; augment, 7, 211; attraho, trāxī, tractus, 3, a. (ad and multiply, 9, 407.

traho), to draw or bring to, 11, augur, uris, m., and rarely f., a sooth250; fetch, bring up.

sayer, foretelling from any kind of attrecto, āvi, ātus, i, a. (ad and sign; augur, diviner, prophet, 4,

tracto), to handle or touch, with the 376. notion of violating, 2, 719.

augurium, iī, n. (augur), the business attrītus, a, um, p. of attero.

of the augur; augury, divination, Atys, yos, m., a young comrade of 1, 392; an augury, omen, portent, Ascanius, 5, 568.

2, 703; oracle, 3, 89; presage, 5, auctor, õris, m. (augeo), one who in- 523.

creases, promotes, or produces ; an augurē, āvī, ātus, 1, n. (augur), to originator, author, contriver, 2, 150; divine, conjecture, 7, 273. founder, father, 4, 365; adviser, augustus, a, um, adj., venerable, 7, 153; counselor, guide, 5, 17; favorer, the surname given to Octavius Caesar patron, abettor, 12, 159; messenger, by the senate, B.C.27, and, after him, 10, 510; sender, 9, 421.

to the emperors generaily, 6, 792. audāx, ācis, adj. (audeo), daring, bold, aula, ae, archaic genit. āi, f., a fore

warlike, 4, 615; rash, 12, 786, freq. court, atrium ; court, peristyle (as audeo, ausus sum, semi-dep., 2, a. and surrounded with columns), hall, 3,

n., to dare; with inf., freq.; dare, 354; palace, royal seat, 1, 140. venture upon, attempt, with acc., 10, aulaeum, i, n., a curtain, covering, 811, et al.; to venture, 2, 347; P., hangings, embroidered stuff, tapestry; audēns, entis, venturing, daring, 2, 1, 697. 347; p., bold, brave, 10, 284; com- Aulestēs, is, m., an Etruscan chief, par., audentior, bolder, more boldly, 10, 207. 6,95; P., ausus, a, um, having dared, Aulis, idis, f., the port on the eastern daring, 5, 792; subst., ausum, ī, n., shore of Greece, whence the Grecian

a daring deed; outrage, 2, 535. fleet sailed to the siege of Troy, 4, audio, īvī, ītus, 4, a., to hear, with acc., 426.

or acc. and infin., freq.; to listen to, Aunus, i, m., an Italian chief, 11, 700. hear of, 2, 11; to heed, 4, 612; p., aura, ae (archaic genit. āi), f., audītus, a, um, heard of, known by the air in gentle motion; a breeze,

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