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Caedicus, i, m., Caedicus, an Etruscan | Caesar, aris, m., a surname of the chief, 9, 362.

Julian gens, esp. Gaius Iulius caedo, cecīdī, caesus, 3, a. (rel. to Caesar, dictator and founder of the scindo), to.cut, freq.; cut down, slay, Roman Empire.

His name was 2, 266; sacrifice, 5, 96; strike, 10, inherited by his nephew and adopted 404.

son Octavius and his successors; caelestis, e, adj. (caelum), belonging Augustus Caesar, 1, 286; 6, 792.

to the sky; celestial, 1, 11; heaven- caesariēs, ēī, f., the hair of the head, sent, divine, 6, 379; subst., cae

I, 590, et al. lestēs, ium or um, C., the gods of caespes, itis, f. (caedo), turf, sod, 3, 304. heaven, 1, 387.

caestus, ūs, m. (caedo), a gauntlet caelicola, ae, c. (caelum and colo), for boxing; thongs or straps loaded

an inhabitant of heaven; a god, 2, with lead, and bound round the 641, et al.

hand and arm, 5, 69. caelifer, era, erum, adj. (caelum and caesus, a, um, p. of caedo.

fero), heaven-bearing, sky-bearing, caetra, ae, f., a short Spanish shield; 6, 796.

buckler, target, 7, 732. caelo, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (caelum, à chisel), Caicus, i, m., Caicus, commander of one

to cut in relief; carve, engrave, of the ships of Aeneas, 1, 183. chase, emboss, 1, 640.

Cāiēta, ae, f. 1. The nurse of Aeneas, caelum, i, n. (pl., caelī, õrum, m.), 7, 2. 2. A town and haven of Latium,

the sky, the firmament, the heavens ; named after the nurse of Aeneas (now heaven, 1, 225; region, 1, 331; air, Gaëta), 6, 900. weather, 5, 18; the upper world.or calamus, i, m., a reed or cane; an abode of living men, as distinguished arrow, 10, 140. from lades, 6, 896; personif., Cae- calathus, i, m., a wicker basket; worklus, i, m., the god Caelus, father of basket, 7, 805. Saturn, 7, 140.

calcar, āris, n. (calx), a spur, 6, 881. Caeneus (dissyl.), eos, m. 1. A Thes- Calchās, antis, m., Calchas, a priest

salian girl, formerly named Caenis, and prophet of the Greeks, at Troy, transformed by Neptune into a boy,

2, 100. 6, 448. 2. A follower of Aeneas, 9, calco, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (calx), to put

under the heel; trample upon; mix caenum, i, n., dirt, mud, mire, slime, by trampling, 12, 340. 6, 296.

calefacio, fēcī, factus, 3, a.; pass., Caere, n., indeclin. (gen. Caeritis, f., calefīō, factus sum, fieri (caleo

abl. Caerēte, f.), Caere or Agylla, and facio); to make hot, glowing, in the southern part of Etruria, 12, 66; fig., excite, arouse, 12, 269.

now Cervetri, 8, 597; 10, 183. caleo, uī, 2, n., to be warm; to glow, 1, caerula, see caerulus.

417. caerulus, a, um, adj., dark blue, 2, 381; Calēs, ium, f., a town of Campania,

sea-colored, azure, 5, 819; dark; black, 3, 64 ; subst., caerula, õrum, calidus, a, um, adj. (caleo), warm, hot, n., the dark blue waters; the sea, 3, 6, 218; reeking, 10, 486; of the 208.

spirit or disposition, hot, fiery.

573.

7, 728.

1. cālīgo, inis, f., mist, fog, 3, 203; candeo, uī, 2, n., to be of pure white

misty, obscurity; darkness, dimness, ness ; p., candēns, entis, white, 4,61; obscurity, 6, 267; smoke, il, 187; at white heat; glowing, 3, 573; 12, 91. cloud of dust, 9, 36; blinding dust, candidus, a, um, adj. (candeo), pure 12, 466.

white; snow-white ; white, 6, 708; 2. cālīgā, āre, 1, a. and n. (1, cāligo), fair, 5, 571. to be dark, darken, 2, 606.

candor, õris, m. (candeo), shining, Calliopē, ēs, and Calliopēa, ae, f., brilliant whiteness; whiteness, 3,538.

chief of the Muses, and mother of 1. cānēns, entis, p. of cāneo. Orpheus, 9, 525.

2. canēns, entis, p. of cano. callis, is, m., a narrow, uneven foot-cāneo, uī, 2, n. (cānus), to be white or path; path, 4, 405.

gray, to whiten, 5,416; canēns, entis, calor, oris, m. (caleo), warmth, heat, white, hoary, 10, 192. vital heat, 4, 705.

canis, is, C., a dog, freq. calx, calcis, f., and rarely m., the heel, canistra, õrum, n. pl., a basket; bas

5, 324; the hoof of a horse, the fore kets, 1, 701.

foot, or hoof, 10, 892; a spur, 11, 714. cānitēs, ēi, f. (cānus), hoaryness, gray. Calybē, ēs, f., an aged priestess of ness; gray hair, 6, 300; gray hairs, Juno, 7, 419.

old age, 10, 549. Calydon, õnis, f., a town of Aetolia, cano, cecinī, 3, n. and a., to make

the abode of Meleager, 7, 306. musical and rhythmical sounds with Camarīna, ae, f., a Syracusan colony voice or instrument; to make mel.

on the southwest coast of Sicily, 3, ody, play, or sing, to sing, rehearse, 701.

celebrate in song or verse, 1, 1; to Camers, ertis, m., Camertes or Camers, speak in measure or rhythm; to

a follower of Turnus, 10, 562. proclaim, as prophet or priest, 2, Camilla, ae, f., a Volscian heroine, 176; reveal, 3, 155; foretell, 2, 124; ally of Turnus, 7, 803, et al.

rehearse, narrate, 4, 14; explain, inCamillus, i, m., M. Furius Camillus, terpret, 5, 524; warn, 12, 28; fore

the conqueror of Veii, who expelled bode, croak, 11, 399 ; sound, 7, 513. the Gauls from Rome after the cap- canõrus, a, um, adj. (cano), tuneful,

ture of the city, B.C. 390, 6, 825. harmonious, 6, 120; resounding, 9, camīnus, i, m., a furnace; forge, 6, 503.

630; crevice, cavity, 3, 580. cantus, ūs, m.(cano), a singing or playCampānus, a, um, adj. (Campānia), ing; melody; song, 1, 398; strain,

of Compania, the country lying on sound, 6, 165; incantation, charm, the bay of Naples, Campanian, 10, 7, 754. 145.

cānus, a, um, adj., white, of the hair campus, i, m., a plain, field, 5, 128, and beard; whitened, hoary, of frost et al.; a race-course, 5, 144; a field

and cold; of the sea, foaming, of combat, 12, 116; fig., of the surface hoary, 8, 672; gray-haired, venerof the sea, plain, 6, 724; Mavortis able ; hoary, 1, 292. Campus, the Campus Martius, or Capēnus, a, um, adj. (Capēna), of Field of Mars, on the left bank of Capena, a town in the southern part the Tiber at Rome, 6, 873.

of Tuscany, 7, 697.

caper, prī, m., a he-goat; a goat, caput, itis, n., the head of men or anicapesso, ivī or iī, ītus, 3, intens. a. mals, freq.; by synecdoche, the per

(capio), to seize, 3, 234; fig., lay son, being, life, 2, 751, et al.; living hold of, assume, 8, 507; seek to body, life, 4, 699; personal interest, reach, hasten to, 4, 346; undertake, welfare, fortune, life, 4, 354; of achieve, perform, 1, 77.

plants, the head or flower, 9, 437; Caphēreus, ei, m., Caphareus, a pro- of other objects, a captain, leader,

montory on the southern coast of chief, 11, 399, et al. ; author, instiEuboea, 11, 260.

gator, source, cause, 11, 361 ; chief capio, cēpī, captus, 3, a., to take with town, capital, sovereign city, 10,

the hand, freq. ; seize, 2, 314; fig., 203; a peak or summit, 6, 360 ; conquer, 9, 267; occupy, 1, 396; point, end, of a bow, 11, 861; of catch, captivate, deceive, charm, al- rivers, etc., fountain-head, source, lure, receive, accept, 3, 488; enter spring; pl., capita, in enumerating upon, celebrate, 7, 403; contain, 7, animals, head, 3, 391 ; in caput, 466; confine, 9, 644; p., subst., cap- headlong, I, 116; suprā caput, tus, i, m., a prisoner, captive, 2, overhead, above, 3, 194; hoc caput, 64.

this person, myself, me, 8, 570. Capitolium, i7, n. (caput), the Capital, Capys, yos or yis, m.

I. The comor national temple on the Capitoline mander of one of the ships of Aeneas, hill at Rome, containing the shrines 1; 183. 2. The eighth king of Alba, of Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva, 6, 6, 768. 836; pl., the Capitoline places, or Cār, Cāris, see Cārēs.

buildings, the Capitoline, 8, 653. carbaseus, a, um, adj. (carbasus), of capra, ae, f. (caper), a she-goat; a linen, lawn-, linen-, 11, 776. goat.

carbasus, i, f. (pl. carbasa, Õrum, n.), caprea, ae, f. (caper), a kind of wild linen, cloth or web of lawn, 8, 34 ; goat; a roe.

canvas; a sail, 3, 357. Capreae, ārum, f. (caper), Capreae, carcer, eris, m., a dungeon, hold, prison,

now Capri, an island in the Bay of 1, 54; carcer, or pl., carcerēs, the Naples, 7, 735.

stalls, the starting place or barrier caprigenus, a, um, adj. (caper and

in the circus or race-course, 5, root gen-), pertaining to goats, of 145.

the goat kind, of goats, 3, 221. carchēsium, iī, n., a large drinking captīvus, a, um, adj. (capio), taken vessel with two handles ; bowl, beaker,

in war; captured, captive, 2, 765; 5, 77. of a captive or of captives, 10, 520; cardā, inis, m., a hinge, pivot, 1, 449 ; subst., captīvus, i, m., a captive, 9, the socket in which the pivot plays, 273.

2, 493 ; fig., a turning point, crisis, capto, āvī, ātus, 1, freq. a. (capio), to emergency, 1, 672.

lay hold upon vigorously, of the air, carentum, for carentium, gen. pl. of 3, 514.

carēns, p. of careo. captus, a, um, p. of capio.

care7, ui, itus, 2, n., to be without, to capulus, i, m. (capio), the handle ; be free from, 2, 44 ; to be deprived hilt, 2, 553

of, 4, 432.

Cārēs, ium, Gr. acc., as (sing., Cār, without being believed by her country

Cāris), m. (Cāria), the Carians, of men, 2, 246.
Caria in the southwestern part of cassida, ae, and cassis, idis, f., a hel-
Asia Minor, 8, 725.

met (of metal), 11, 775. carina, ae, f., the keel of a ship, ship, cassus, a, um, adj., void ; deprived of,

4, 398; a boat, 6, 391 ; frame, tim- 2, 85; fruitless, vain, 12, 780. ber, 5, 682.

castellum, i, n. (castrum), a fortress, Carīnae, ārum, f., the Carinae, a stronghold, castle, 5, 440.

quarter of Rome between the Caelian castīgā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (castus and and Esquiline, 8, 361.

ago), to chastise, punish; chide, recarmen, inis, n., a song, hymn, ode or prove, rebuke, 5, 387.

poem, freq.; a line or verse, 3, 287; Castor, oris, m., a Trojan warrior, a response, prophecy, 3, 445; an in- 10, 124. cantation, charm, spell, 4, 487; cry, castra, õrum, n. (sing., castrum, i, n., moan, 4, 462.

castle, fort), a camp, 2, 462 ; fleet, Carmentālis, e, adj. (Carmentis), of 4, 604 ; naval camp, station, 3, 519; Carmentis, 8, 338.

hive, 12, 589. Carmentis, is, f. (carmen), Carmentis, 1. Castrum Inuī, a town in Latium

a prophetess, mother of King Evan- near Antium and Ardea, 6, 775. der, 8, 336.

2. castrum, i, n., see castra. Carpathius, a, um, adj., of Carpathus, castus, a, um, adj., pure, 6, 563 ; pious,

an island northeast of Crete; subst., 3, 409; sacred, holy, 6, 661. Carpathium, iī, n., the Carpathian cāsus, ūs, m. (cado), a falling; close; Sea, 5, 595.

fall

, destruction, 2, 507; fortune, carpo, carpsī, carptus, 3, a., to pluck or chance, fate, 1, 615; event, 8, 533;

pull, crop, browse upon, eat, graze; hardship, misfortune, 1, 599 ; dancause to graze, pasture; gather, 6, ger, peril, 2, 563 ; juncture, crisis, 146; fig., catch, breathe, enjoy, 1, 4, 560 ; fate, death, 5, 869. 388; consume, 4, 2; devour, waste, 4, catēia, ae, f., a slender javelin, 7, 741. 32; carpere prāta, etc., to course catēna, ae, f., a chain, fetter, 6, 558.

caterva, ae, f., a troop, squadron, band, cārus, a, um, adj., dear, 4, 91, et al. ; 2, 370; crowd, throng, multitude,

poet., active, loving, fond, 1, 677 ; 2, 40; flock, 11, 456.

affectionate, tender, II, 215. Catilina, ae, m., L. Sergius Catiline, Casmilla, ae, f., the mother of Camilla, the conspirator, 8, 668. II, 543.

Catillus, i, m., Catillus, with his Casperia, ae, f., a town of the Sabines, brother, Tiburtus, founder of Tibur, 7, 714.

7, 672. Caspius, a, um, adj., of the Caspian Catö, õnis, m., a family name in the Sea, Caspian; Asiatic, 6, 798.

Porcian gens.

1. M. Porcius Cato, Cassandra, ae, f., a daughter of Priam, called the Censor and also Senex,

beloved of Apollo, and inspired by 6, 841. 2. M. Porcius Cato the him with prophecy; but because she younger, who perished by his own did not requite his love, condemned hand at Utica; hence, called Utito foretell the destruction of Troy censis, 8, 670.

over.

211.

catulus, i, m., a young dog ; a whelp, from, 9, 620; give way, 7, 636;

the young of wild animals; a cub, abate, 9, 126; draw back, 5, 445; whelp, 2, 357

submit, yield, 2, 704; fall to, come Caucasus, i, m., the Caucasus , the into one's possession, 3, 297; to come

Caucasian Mountains, between the behind, 3, 484 ; result, turn out;

Caspian and Euxine, 4, 367. turn out well, prosper, '12, 148. cauda, ae, f., the tail, 3, 428, et al. cedrus, i, f., the cedar, 11, 137; cedar caulae, ārum, f., an opening, a passage; wood, 7, 178. sheepfold, 9, 60.

Celaenā, ūs, f., one of the Harpies, 3, caulis, is, m., a stalk, 12, 413. Caulon, ōnis, m., Caulon, or Caulonia, celebro, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (celeber, fre

a town on the east coast of Bruttium, quented), to attend or be present in 3, 553.

great numbers; to attend, honor, 1, causa, ae, f., a cause, reason, I, 25 ; 735; celebrate, 5,58; observe, 8, 268.

cause, occasion, 2, 285; pretext, Celemna, ae, f., a town of Campania, excuse, occasion, 4, 51; a reason, 7, 739. an argument, 8, 395 ; a cause (judi- celer, eris, ere, adj., fleet, rapid, active,

cial), 6, 849 ; with infin., 10, 90. nimble, swift, 4, 180, et al; in a cautēs, is, f., a craggy or pointed rock, predicate, swiftly, 6, 425. or cliff; rock, crag, 3, 534.

celero, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (celer), to speed, cautius, adv., comp. of cautē; more hasten, '1, 357, et al. cautiously, 11, 153.

cella, ae, f., a storeroom, granary, cavea, ae, f. (cavus), a hollow place; wine-cellar; cell of the honeycomb,

that part of the theater or circus 1, 433; shrine, of a temple. which was occupied by the spectators, cēlā, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to hide, conceal, 8, 636; a theater; natural amphi

1, 351, et al. theater, 5, 340.

celsus, a, um, adj. (cello, rise), high, caveo, cāvī, cautus, 2, n. and a., to be lofty, 1, 56, et al.

on one's guard; to beware, w. subst, Centaurus, i, m. 1. A Centaur, a fabuII, 293.

lous monster, with a human head caverna, ae, f. (cavus), a hollow ; cav- and neck and the body of a horse, 6, ern, 2, 53, et al.

286. 2. The name of a ship in the cavo, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (cavus), to hollow fleet of Aeneas (fem.), 5, 122.

or scoop out ; p., cavātus, a, um, hol- centēnus, a, um, distr. num. adj. (cenlowed out ; vaulted, 310.

tum); pl., a hundred each, 9, 162; cavus, a, um, adj., hollow, 1, 81; con- sing. (after the analogy of multus,

cave, 8, 599; arching, vaulted, 2, many a), a unit repeated the hun487; cavae manūs, the palms of the dredth time, render by the plural, a hands, 12, 86.

hundred, 10, 207; as cardinal, a Cēcropidēs, ae, m., a son or descend- hundred, 10, 566.

ant of Cecrops; pl., the Athenians, centum, indecl. num. adj., hundred, 6, 21.

6, 625. cēdo, cessī, cessus, 3, a. and n., to go, centumgeminus, a, um, adj., hundred

freq., go away, depart, 6, 460; re- fold; of the hundred- (or many-) tire, withdraw, recede, 3, 496; desist handed Briareus, 6, 287.

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