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virga, ae, f. (vireo), a twig, bough, sources, 2, 170; natural power, 7,

branch, 6, 144; a wand (the cadu- 258; personal power, influence, 8, ceus of Mercury), 4, 242.

404. virgātus, a, um, adj. (virga), made of viscera, see vīscus.

twigs; of basketwork; checkered or viscum, i, n., the mistletoe, 6, 205. striped; plaid-, 8, 660.

viscus, eris, n., an inner part of the virgeus, a, um, adj. (virga), of twigs, body; pl., viscera, um, the entrails,

rods, osiers, of brushwood, 7, 463. vitals, 6, 599; the flesh, I, 211; virgineus, a, um, adj. (virgo), per- heart, bosom, 6, 833.

taining to a virgin ; of a virgin, visā, vīsī, vīsus, 3, intens. a. (video), of virgins; a maiden's, II, 68; to look at much; look at carefully, maiden-, virgin-, 2, 168.

observe, see, 2, 63; visit, 8, 157. virginitās, ātis, f. (virgo), virginity, vīsū, supine of video. 12, 141.

vísum, i, n. see video at the end. virgū, inis, f., a maiden, virgin, freq.; 1. visus, a, um, p. of video.

virgin daughter, 2, 403; virgin 2. visus, ūs, m. (video), a seeing; child, 11, 565; the transformed vision, sight, 4, 277; a phenomenon, virgin, Io, 79.791.

spectacle, appearance, sight, 2, 212; virgultum, i, n. (virga), used only in aspect, 11, 271; prodigy, 3, 36.

the plural, a growth of brambles; a vīta, ae, f. (vīvā), life, 2, 92; of sothicket, grove, 12, 522; shrubs, 3, 23; ciety or nations, 6, 663; the living shoots or sprigs, 12, 207.

spirit, a soul or spirit, 4, 705. viridāns, antis, see virido.

vītālis, e, adj. (vīta), pertaining to viridis, e, adj. (vireo), verdant, green, life; essential to life, vital, 1, 388.

3, 24; green wood-, 7, 677; fresh, vītisator, oris, m. (vītis, a vine, and

blooming, 5, 295; vigorous, 6, 304. 1. sero), a vine-planter, 7, 179. virido, i, n. (viridis), to be green, ver- vītē, āvī, ātus, I, a. and n., to shun, dant; p., viridāns, antis, green,

avoid, 2, 433. grassy, verdant, 5, 388; mossy, 8, vitreus, a, um, adj. (vitrum), of or like 630.

glass, clear, shining, crystal, 7, 759. virilis, e, adj. (vir), pertaining to a vitta, ae, f., a fillet, band, or chaplet for

man; male, 7, 50; manly, 3, 342; the head, especially for religious of manhood, 9, 311.

occasions, 5, 366, et al. virtūs, ūtis, f. (vir), manhood; valor, vitulus, i, m., a young bullock, steer, courage, 2, 367, et al.; prowess, 1,

calf, 5, 772. 566; moral worth, virtue, 5, 344; vīvidus, a, um, adj. (vīvo), full of greatness, glory, 6, 806; heroism, 4, life ; lively, vigorous, ardent, 5, 754; 3; heroic effort, struggle, 12, 913.

quick, swift, 12, 753. vis, vīs, pl., virēs, vīrium, strength, vivo, vixī, vīctus, 3, n., to live, 3, 311,

force; persistence, industry, force, and freq.; to survive, remain, be power, 2, 452; keenness of scent, 4, still living, 1, 218; to support life, 132; might, 7, 432; violence, fury, live, 7, 749; exist, prosper, flourish, 1, 69; hurt, injury, 3, 242; pl., 1, 445; of inanimate things, lives; virēs, ium, physical power, strength, grow, increase; vīvite, live and be 2, 639; military strength, power, re- happy; farewell.

vivus, a, um, adj. (vivo), alive, living, Volsci, õrum, the Volsci or Volscians,

6, 531; lifelike, 6, 848; immortal, a warlike tribe of Latium. 12, 235; of water, living, running, Volscus, a, um, adj., Volscian, 7, 803. pure, 2, 719; of rock, natural, un- volūbilis, e, adj. (volvo), turning, quarried, living, I, 167.

whirling, spinning, 7, 382. vix, adv., hardly, scarcely, with diffi- volucer, cris, cre, adj. (1. volo), havculty, 5, 263, and freq.

ing the power to Ay; of birds or vocātus, ūs, m. (voco), a calling ; winged creatures, swift-winged, 5, summons; pl., a call, 12, 95.

488; of things, winged, fleeting, 2, vociferor, ātus sum, 1, dep. n, and a. 794; swift, 1, 317; subst., volucris,

(võx and fero), to raise the voice ; is, f., a bird, 3, 262. cry out, exclaim ; utter with loud volūmen, inis, n. (volvo), a roll; fold, cries, 2, 679.

coil, 2, 208. voco, āvi, ātus, 1, a., to call, name, .3, voluntās, ātis, f. (2. volo), a willing;

133; mention, speak of, 3, 185; in- will, wish, desire, 6, 675; consent, 4, voke, implore, 3, 264; propitiate, 125. 3, 253; invite, 3, 70; summon, 2, voluptās, ātis, f. (2.volo), satisfaction, 668; challenge, 6, 172; incite, 7, delight, pleasure, 3, 660.

614; assemble, rally, 7, 508. Volusus, ī, m., a follower of Turnus, volāns, antis, f., see 1. volo.

II, 463. volātilis, e, adj. (1. volo), Aying; volūtā, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n. missile, winged, 4, 71.

(volvo), to roll about ; to roll back, volēns, entis, see 2, volo.

reëcho, 5, 149; roll or send through, volito, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. n. (1. volo), make resound, 1, 725; of thought,

to fly about, whirl about, hover, flit, turn over, ponder, think over ; medi6, 329; ride or gallop around, 12, tate, 1, 50; with ellipsis of the acc.,

126; circulate, pass rapidly, fly. 4, 533; n., fall prostrate, 3, 607. 1. volā, āvī, ātus, i, n., to fly, 1, 300, volūtus, a, um, p. of volvo.

et al.; of rumor, to be spread volvo, volvī, volūtus, 3, a., to roll, 1, 86; rapidly, noised or spread abroad, 3, roll along or down, 1, 101; roll or 121; p., subst., volāns, antis, f., a cast up, 3, 206; toss, hurl, 12, 906;

winged creature; a bird, 6, 239. roll over, roll in the dust, 12, 329; 2. volo, voluī, velle, irreg. and def. a., cast, hurl down, 1, 116; 9, 512;

to will, wish, desire, intend, purpose, roll, wheel, i, 163; of books, open, freq.; followed by the infin., with or unroll, 1, 262; of the Fates, fix the without subject acc., by the subj., or circle of events, decree, ordain, disby a noun in the acc.; wish, desire, pose, 1, 22; 3, 376; of the mind, re2, 104, et al.; of the gods, order, volve, meditate; reflect upon, 1, 305; decree, 5, 50, et al.; be willing, 1, pass, continue, live through, experi733; think of, intend, mean ; of ence, endure, suffer, 1, 9; rotam things, to signify, mean, 6, 318; p., volvere, to complete a cycle, period; volēns, entis, willing, ready, unre- pass., volvī, roll over, roll, 10, 590; sisting, spontaneously, 6, 146.

turn or wind about, 7, 350; to be Volscēns, entis, m., a Latin chief, 9, shed, to flow, 4, 449; roll on, revolve, 370.

1, 269.

võmer, eris, m., a plowshare, plow, 7, titude, 2, 798; common soldiery, 2, 635.

99; rabble, throng, 1, 149; of anivomā, ui, itus, 3, a., to vomit; belch, mals, the herd, 1, 190; adv., vulgo, vomit forth, 5, 682.

in the multitude ; in common, genervorāgā, inis, f. (voro), a chasm, abyss, ally, 6, 283; all around, everywhere, gulf, whirlpool, 6, 296; torrent, 9,

3, 643. 105.

vulnero, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (vulnus), to voro, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to swallow up, 1, wound; offend, hurt, wound, 8, 583. 117.

vulnificus, a, um, adj. (vulnus and võs and võsmet, see tū.

facio), wound-making ; hurtful, võtum, i, n., see voveo.

deadly, 8, 446. võtus, a, um, p. of voveo.

vulnus, eris, n., a wound, 2, 436, and voveo, vāvī, võtus, 2, a., to make a freq.; blow, 5, 433; aim, thrust, 2,

pledge or vow to a deity ; vow, 10, 529; of the mind, distress, 12, 160; 774; consecrate, devote, 11, 558; p. hearl-wound, passion, 4, 2; of resubst., võtum, i, n., a thing vowed; venge, 1, 36. a conditional pledge made to some vulsus, a, um, p. of vello. deity; a vow, 5, 234, prayer, 4, 65; vult, see volo. votive offering, 2, 17; sacrifice, 3, vultur, uris, m., a vulture, 6, 597. 279.

Vulturnus, i, m., a river of Campania, võx, vocis, f., a voice, 1, 328; note, tone, 7, 729.

6, 646; language, 12, 825; response, vultus, ūs, m., the look or expression

answer, 2, 119; sound, 3, 556. of the face ; face, visage, countenance, Vulcānia, ae, f. (Vulcānius), the island 1, 209; features, 4, 556; appearance,

of Vulcan, Hiera; an island of vol- aspect, 5, 848; eyes, sight, 2, 539. canic origin off the northern coast of Sicily, and supposed by Virgil to

X be connected by subterranean channels with Aetna, 8, 422.

Xanthus, i, m. 1. The Xanthus or Vulcānius, a, um, adj. (Vulcānus), Scamander, a river near Troy,

pertaining to Vulcan; forged or 5, 808, et al. 2. A small river in wrought by Vulcan, 12, 739, et al.; Epirus named by Helenus after the of fire or flame, 10, 408.

Trojan Xanthus, 3, 350. 3. A river Vulcānus, i, m., the god of fire and of in Lycia, 4, 143.

the forge, son of Jupiter and Juno, 8, 422; meton., fire, 2, 311, et al.

Z 1. vulgo, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (vulgus), to

make common or commonly known ; Zacynthus, i, f., an island in the spread abroad, 1, 457; divulge, dis- Ionian sea opposite Elis, 3, 270. close, 10, 64.

Zephyrus, i, m., Zephyrus or Favonius, 2. vulgo, adv., see vulgus.

the god of the west wind, 2, 417, vulgus, i, n., rarely m., the common et al.; west wind, 4, 562; wind, 10,

people ; populace, people, 2, 39; mul- 103.

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