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Line 291. tui does not elide the final -;. III. Oratis; as videt in I, 308. 477. femineo; as in IV, 667.

262. Protei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 480. dehinc; as in I, 131.

-ei, 501. Ilionei; as in VII, 249.

265. Idomenei; four syllables by synae610. fatigamus; as in videt in I, 308.

resis of -ei. 647. Dardanio; as in I, 617.

323. amor; as videt in X, 872. 650. Synapheia; as in I, 332.

383. Proinde; dissyllable by synaeresis 674. Abietibus; as parietibus in II, 442.

of -oi-. 716. Typhoeo; trisyllable by synaeresis 469. pater; as videt in I, 308. of -eo-.

480. tanti does not elide the final -i.

609. Synapheia; as in I, 332. BOOK X

635. Semianimes; as in IV, 686.

667. abiete; as in II, 16. 17. The interjection O is retained be

890. Arietat; trisyllable by synaeresis fore hominum. See grammars,

of -ie-. See note on abiete, II, 16. under Hiatus. 67. petiit; as videt in I, 308.

BOOK XII 116. aureo; as in VIII, 372. 129. Menestheo; trisyllable by synaere- 13. pater; as videt in I, 308. sis of -eo

31. genero does not elide the final -0. 136. buxo does not elide the final -o. 68. ebur; as videt in I, 308. 141. domo does not elide the final -o. 83. Orithyia; four syllables; -yi- form156. duci does not elide the final -i.

ing a diphthong. 334. steterunt; as in II, 774.

84. anteirent; trisyllable by synaeresis 378. Deest; as one syllable by synaere

of -ei-. sis of -ee

232. manus; as videt in I, 308. 383. dabat; as videt in I, 308.

356. Semianimi; as in IV, 686. 394. caput; as videt in I, 308.

363. The final vowel of the first -que is 396. Semianimes; as in IV, 686.

long, as in III, 91. 404. See note on 396.

401. Paeonium loses the final -um by 433. sinit; as videt in I, 308.

ecthlipsis, and is then connected 487. eadem; dissyllable (-dem) by sy- with the following in by synaerenaeresis of ea

sis of i- i ; thus: Paeon-yin. sanguis; as videt in I, 308. 422. dolor; as videt in I, 308. 496. baltei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 535. Hyllo does not elide the final -o. -ei.

541. aerei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 720. profugus; as videt in I, 308.

-ei. 764. Nerei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 550. domitor; as videt in 1, 308. -ei.

668. amor; as in X, 872. 781. Synapheia; as in I, 332.

706. ariete; as in II, 492. 872, amor; as videt in I, 308.

772. stabat; as videt in I, 308. 895. Synapheia; as in I, 332.

821. conubiis; as in III, 136.

847. eodem; dissyllable (yo-dem) by BOOK XI

synaeresis of eo

883. erit; as videt in I, 308. 31. Parrhasio does not elide the final -o. 905. Genua; dissyllable (genva), as in 69. languentis; as videt in I, 308.


V, 432.



a., active.
f., feminine.

neg., negative.
abl., ablative.
fig., figuratively.

nominative. acc., accusative.

freq., frequentative or fre- num., numeral. adj., adjective.


obs., obsolete. adv., adverb. gen., genitive.

p., participle, or participial c., common.

id. (idem), the same. adjective. cf. (confer), compare. impers., impersonal.

pass., passive. comp., comparative. inc., inceptive or inchoa- pl., plural. conj., conjunction.


prep., preposition. dat., dative, ind., indicative.

pron., pronoun. def., defective,

indec., indeclinable. rel., relative and related. dem., demonstrative. indef., indefinite.

rt., root. dep., deponent. inf., infinitive.

S., singular. dim., diminutive. intens., intensive.

sc. (scilicet), supply or undissyll., dissyllable. interj., interjection.

derstand. distrib., distributive. interrog., interrogative. sqq., following. encl., enclitic. irreg., irregular.

subst., substantive, -ly. et al. (et alibi), and else- m., masculine.

sup., superlative. where ; i.e., not unfre- meton., metonymy. trisyll., trisyllable. quent. n., neuter.



(NOTE. — The parts of compound words are not indicated separately when they appear unmodified in the compound form, nor when prepositions in composition are modified only according to the general rules mentioned under the definitions of prepositions.

In verbs, only the principal parts are given which are understood to be in actual use; and generally one of the numerals, 1, 2, 3, 4, designates the conjugation, and therefore the form of the infinitive.

The numerals following definitions refer to passages in the text.]


ā, ab, abs, prep. with abl., from, in | abductus, a, um, p. of abdūco.

relations of space, time, source, Abella, ae, f., Abella, a town in Camcause, and agency; from, 1, 371; pania, N. E. of Naples, 7, 740. following a substantive directly, with abeo, ivī, or iī, itus, īre, 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; according 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. ā tergo, from the rear, behind, 1, abicio, iēcī, iectus, 3, a. (ab and iacio), 186; ab ūsque, as far as from, even to cast off, 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 trişyll. in the oblique il=j), h, b, d, l, n, r, s; becomes cases), f., a fir tree; fir wood or abs before c, 9, t, as before p; ā in fir timber, 16; meton., a ship, 8, āfui from absum ; and au is used in 91; a lancé, 11, 667. auferð, from ab and ferð, and in abigo, ēgī, āctus, 3, a. (ab and ago), aufugiò, from ab and fugiõ.

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, 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.

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

abluõ, 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, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to deny, reacc. with prep., or the ve; 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.

abnuõ, nuī, nuitus or nūtus, 3, a. and abdūcē, dūxí, 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, ēvī, itus, 2, a., to cause to wane

II, 261.


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

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

thrust off ; to conceal, hide, 6, 7. abreptus, a, um, p. of abripio. abstrūsus, a, um, p. of abstrūdo. abripio, ripuī, reptus, 3, a. (ab and ra- abstulī, perf. of auferõ.

pio), to take away violently; snatch, absum, āfuī or abfui, āfutūrus or abfu. carry 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, sūmpsī, sūmptus, 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, ī, n., anything broken off ; a sume, devour, 3, 257; cut off, end, precipice; abyss, chasm, 3, 422; in 1, 555.

abruptum, headlong, 12, 687. absūmptus, a, um, p. of absūmā. 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 abundo, āvī, ātus, i, n., to overflow;

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

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

Acamās, antis, m., Acamas, a son of abscindo, scidī, 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 betwveen Epirus and Aetolia ;

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., acabsistē, abstitī, 3, n., to stand off or cēstis for accessistis, I, 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, 1, 192.

accendő, ī, cēnsus, 3, a. (ad and cando, abstineo, uī, 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, exasperabstain from, with abl., 7,618; alone, ate, incense, 1, 29; incite, rouse, 4, abstain, restrain one's self, 2, 534. 232.

II, 820.

aocēnsus, 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. (accēdo), a going upon ; recline, with dat., 1, 79.

near to; an access, approach, 3, 570. accumulo, āvī, ātus, i, a. (ad and 1. accido, cidī, 3, n. (ad and cado), cumulo), to place heap on heap; to happen, 12, 593.

heap up, load; honor, 6, 885. 2. accido, cīdi, cīsus, 3, a. (ad and accurro, currī, seldom cucurrī, 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 accīnctus, a, um, p. of accingo.

ac, as in acuo), sharp; fig., bitter, accingo, cīnxī, cinctus (pass. inf., ac- pungent, 7, 291; ardent, active,

cingier, 4, 493), 3, a. (ad and cingo), strong, I, 220 ; brave, valiant, 8, to gird on; 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, cīvī, cītus, 4, a. (ad and cieo), to furious, 2, 414; keen, urgent, 1, summon, call, 11, 235.

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

capio), to take to one's self; to re. acerbā, no perf., ātus, 1, a. (acerbus), ceive, 1, 304; take in or up, admit,

to embitter ; to aggravate, augment, receive, I, 123; 3, 79; entertain, II, 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., accīsus, a, um, p. of accido.

acerba, õrum, n., vengeful deeds, 12, 1. accītus, a, um, p. of accio.

500; adv., acerba, harshly, sav2. accītus, ūs, m.; used only in the agely, fiercely, 9, 794.

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

maple ; maple-, 2, 112. acclinis, e, adj. (acclīnē, 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, āvi, 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, 11, 522.

a companion of Ulysses, 3, 614. accubo, uī, itus, 1, n. (ad and cumbo), Achāicus (poet., Achāius), a, um,

to lie near or by, to recline, 6, 606; adj. (Achāia), of Achaia ; Achaean; bend over, project.

Grecian, 2, 462,

4, 611.

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