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Achěrān, -ontis, m. Acheron,

a river of Hades [ăxos). Ăchillēs, -is, acc. -em, voc. -e,

m. Achilles, son of Peleus. #chivus, a,

-um, adj. a Grecian. ăcidus, -a, -um, adj. sour. ăcies, -ēi, f. (1) edge, (2) sight,

eye-ball, (3) battle array, (4)

keen light (9, 3). ăcănitum, -i, n. wolf's-bane,

aconite, a poison. acquiro, -ěre, -quisīvi, -quisi

tum, 3 v. a. to acquire. actūtum, adv. quickly [actu]. ăcūtus, -a, -um, adj. sharp,

prickly. ăd, prepos. accus. to, up to. adcělěro, -are, -avi, -atum, 1

v. a. to hasten, accelerate,

V, n. to make more haste. addo, -ěre, addidi, -itum, 3

v. a. to add, to give. addūco, -ěre, -xi, -ctum, 3 v.

a. to draw up, or back. ăděo, adv. to that point, to

such an extent (sometimes only emphasises the word

which it follows, as in 2, 8]. ăděo, -ire, -ivī, or -žī, -itum,

irreg. v. a. to approach. ădhūc, adv. as yet, still. ădigo, -ěre, -ēgi, -actum, 3

v. a. to drive, e.g. horses. adjungo, -ěre, -axi, -nctum,

3 v. a. to join. Adonis, -idís or - dos, m.

Adonis, beloved by Venus. adlŭo, -ěre, -ui, 3 v. n. to flow

ncar, to wash against. adnitor, -i, -nixus, or -nisus, 3

dep. v. n. to excrt oneself.

adno, -āre, -āvi, 1 v. n. to

swim towards. ădolesco, -ěre, -levī, adul.

tum, 3 v. n. to grow up, to

come to maturity. admitto, ore, -isī, -issum, 3

v. a. to admit. adpāreo (app.), -ēre, -ui, 2

v. n. to appear. adsensús, -ūs, m. assent. adsidŭus (ass.), -a, -um, adj.

constant, perpetual. adspecto (assp.), -āre, -āvi,

-ātum, 1 v. a. to look at

[frequent. of adspicio). adspicio, -ěre, -exi, -ectum,

3 v. a. to see, to behold. adspergo (assp.), -ěre, -ersi,

-ersum, 3, to besprinkle. adsuesco (ass.), -ěre, -ēvi,

-ētum, 3 (1) v. a. to accustom one to, to familiarise, (2) V. n. to become accustomed

to.

adsum, •esse, -fui, v. n. to be

present. ădultus, -a, -um, part. see

adolesco. advěnă, -ae, c. a stranger. adventus, -ūs, m. approach. adversús, -a, -um, adj. op

posite, contrary, advcrse. adverso flumine, against

stream. adverto, -ěre, -ti, -sum, 3 v.

a. to direct towards. advoco, -āre, -āvi, -ātum, 1 v.

a. to sunimon. advolvo, -ěre, -vi, -võlūtum,

3, to roll to. Aeăcidēs, -is, m. descendant

of Acacus.

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aegěr, -gra, -grum, adj. sick,

sad, sorry. aemŭlus, -a, -um, adj. emu

lous, rival. Aenzās, -ae, m. Aeneas. Aeněădēs, -um, m. sons or

companions of Acneas. aequo, -āre, -āvi, -atum, 1 v.

a. to make equal. aequor, -örís, n. the surface of

the sea, the sea. aequŭs, -a, -um, adj. equal,

fair, kindly. āěr, -ērķs, acc. āěră, m. the air. aéreus, -a, -um, adj. brazen. aeripěs, - dís, adj. brazen

footed. āěrius, -a, -um, adj. of the air,

airy, lofty (1, 13). aes, āērís, n. bronze, aera,

bronze vessels, bronze

statues. aestās, -ātis, f. summer. aestivus, -a, -um, adj. of

summer, summer. aestŭo, -āre, -ăvi, -atum, 1 v.

n. to surge. aestòs, -ūs, m. heat, the tide. aetās, -ātis, f. age, time of

life, life. aeternus, -a, -um, adj. eter

nal, perpetual. aethěr, -ěris, acc. aethěră, m.

air, the atmosphere, heaven. aethră, -ae, f. clear air, sheen. Aetnă, -ae, f. Mount Etna. aevum, i, n. age [only in

sing.). Āfěr, -fri, m. an African. affero, -rre, attŭli, adlātum,

irreg. v. a, to bring to, to bring (ad-fero].

affigo, -ěre, -ixi, -ixum, 3 v.

a. to fasten. affor, -ārī, -ātus sum,

v. a. to address. Agămēmnónius, -a, -um,

adj. of Agamemnon. Agănippē, -ēs, f. the fountain

ganippe, in Mount Helicon, sacred to the Muses. ăgě (see ago), come ! ăgěr, ăgri, m. a field, a farm. aggěr, -ěrňs, m. a mound, a

heap. aggredior, -ī, -essus sum, 3

dep. v. a. to approach. ăgitātor, -āris, m. a driver

[ăgo, ăgito]. ăgito, -āre, -āvi, -ātum, 1, to

drive, to goad [frequent. of

Ăgo]. agměn, -ínís, n. line of march, line, band [agmen remorum,

a bank of oars]. agnus, -i, m. or agna, -ae, f.

a lamb. ågo, -ěre, ēgi, actum, 3, to

drive, to spend [of time, etc.],

to drive away. ăgrestis, -is, m. a rustic, a

farmer. ăgrestis, e, adj. of the

country, rustic. agricolă, -ae, m. a farmer,

husbandman, a countryman, ah ! interj. ah! alas ! āio, šis, ăit, aiunt, defect.

v.n. to say. āla, -ae, f. a wing. ălăcer, -cris, -cre, adj. eager. Alba, -ae, f. Alba, a town of

Latium, also called Alba
Longa. Cf. 37, 187.

alterno, -āre, -āvi, -ātum, 1, to

interchange. altum, -i, n. the deep, the

sea.

m.

Albanus, -a, -um, adj. of

Alba, Alban. albesco, -ěre, 3 incept. to

begin to grow white, to grow

white. albus, -a, -um, adj. white. Alcidēs, -is, Alcides,

another name for Her

cules. Alcyon, -onís, f. a halcyon. Ålētes, -is, m. Aletes, a com

panion of Aeneas. ăliquot, indeclin.

number, some few. ăliās, adv, at another time, or

place. ăliēnus, -a, -um, adj. belong

ing to another, alien, not

some

our own.

ăliquando, adv. at some time,

at length. ăliquis [-quae), -quid, indef.

pron. some one, or thing. ălitěr, adv. otherwise. ălius, -a, -ud, gin. ălīus, dat.

aliī, adj. another, one of number; alius .. alius, the

one...the other. alligo, -āre, -āvi, -ātum, to

bind. almus, -a, -um, adj. kindly,

productive, boon, [ălo). šlo, -ěre, -ăi, -itum, 3, to

nourish, to encourage. Alpīnus, -a, -um, adj. of the

Alps, Alpine. altaria, ium, n. an altar. altē, adv. (altiŭs, altissimē),

high, loftily, aloft. alter, -ěra, -ěrum, n. altěrğus,

dat. altěrī, adj. another, one of two, a second.

altús, -a, -um, adj. high, deep.

altior, altissimus. alvěus, i, m. the bed of a

river, the river itself, a cur

rent. alvus, -i, f. a belly. ămans, -ntis, m. and f. a

lover. ămārus, -a, -um, adj. bitter

to the taste, sour, angry,

hostile. ambo, -ae, gen. amborum,

ambarum, adj. both. āmens, •ntis, adj. mad,

frenzied. ămicus, i, m. a friend. āmitto, -ěre, -isi, -issum, 3,

to love. Ăměrīnus, -a, -un, adj. of

Ameria, in Umbria. amnis, -is, abl. -i, or -ě, m. a

river. āmo, -ăre, -āvi, -ātum, i, to

love. ămõmum, -i, n. an aromatic

shrub from which balsam

was made, balsam. ămor, -ōris, m. love. Ampbitrýõniădes, -is, m.

son of Amphitryon, Her

cules. amplector, -i, •exus sum, 3,

dep. v. a. to embrace. amplius, compar. adv. more fully, more, any more,

longer. ăn and anně, interrog. par:

ticle. Whether ? Or?

-a,

narrow.

āra, -ae, f. an altar. arăbi, -ōrum, m. the Ara.

bians. Arăris, is, m. the River

Saône. ărātor, -āris, m. a ploughman, ărātrum, i. n. a plough. arbõr and arbös, -orís, f. a

tree. arborèus, -a, -um, adj. like a

tree, branching. arbūtěus, -a, -um, adj. made

of arbutus, arbute. Arcădia, -ae, f. Arcadia, a

district in the Pelopon

m.

ncse.

m.

anceps, .cặpītis, adj. doubtful,

double. Ancus, -i, m. Ancus Martius,

one of the kings of Rome. ango, -ěre, -nxi, -nctum, or

anxum, 3 v. a. to throttle. angustus, -um, adj. ănhēlitus, -ūs, m. a panting. ănimă, -ae, f, life, a spirit. ănimăí, -ālis, n. an animal,

a living thing. ănimus, i, a mind,

courage. animi, imagina

tion [19, 8], pride [34, 27). annŭs, -i, m. a year. anguis, -is, m. a snake. antě, (1) prepos. [accus.] bc

fore, of time or place; (2)

adv. first, before. Anthěús, -ei, acc. Anthěă, m.

Antheus, a companion of

Aeneas. antiquŭs, -a, -um, adj.

ancient. antrum, -i, n. a cave. Āõnius, -a, -um, adj. [Greek

fem. Aoniê, see 4, 4], Aon

ian, i.e. Bocotian. ăpěrio, -īre, -úi, -rtum, 4, to

open. Apollo, -inīs, m. Apollo. appāreo, see adpareo. ăpricus, -a, -um, adj. sunny,

basking. apto, -āre, -āvi, -ātum, 1, to fit

on, to fasten on. aptus, -a, -um (part. of ăpo],

studded, adorned. ã qua, -ae, f. water. Aquilo, -ōnis, m, the north

wind.

arcús, -ūs, m. a bow, the rain

bow. arděo, -ēre, -si, -sum, 2, to be

on fire, to be hot, to blaze. ardor, -orís, warmth,

cagerness. ardŭus, -a, -um, adj. upright,

steep, high. ărēna, -ae, f. sand. argentum, -i, n. silver, Argo, gen. Argūs, acc. Argo

or -on, f. the ship Argo. Argolicus, -a,

•um, adj. Grecian. Argos, indecl.

n, [m. in plur.] Argos. argũo, here, -ũi, 4 v. a. to

prove, to convict. argūtus, -a, -um, adj. shrill,

clear-sounding. āridus, -a, -um, adj. dry. ăries, -íětis, m. a ram. Krista, ae, f. an ear of corn,

in the plur. corn. arma, -orum, n. [no sing.)

arms, tools, or implements.

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armentum, -i, n. a herd of

cattle, a stud of horses. armigěr, -ěri, m. an armour

bearer. armipotens,-ntis, adj. power

ful in arms. armo, -āre, •ăvī, -ātum, 1 v. a.

to arm, to equip. arrigo, -ěre, -exi, -ectum, 3, to raise up,

to straight. ars, -tis, f. art. artús, -ūs, m a limb. ărundā, -ínís, f. a reed. arvum, -i, n. a ploughed field,

a field [ăro). arx, -rcís, f. a citadel. Ascănius, -i, m. Ascanius,

son of Aeneas, called also

lulus. ascendo, -ěre, -di, -nsum, 3,

v. a. to ascend. Ascraeus, -a, -um, adj. of

Ascra, in Boeotia. ăsellūs. -i, m. an ass [dimin.

of ăsînus]. Asță, -ae, f. Asia. Asius, -a, -um, adj. Asian. aspicio, -ěre, -exi, -estum, 3

V. a. to look at. Assărăcus, -i, m. Assaracus. assuesco, -ěre, -ēvi, -ētum,

3 v. a. to make used to. assurgo, -ěre, -surrexi, -sur

rectum, 3, to rise up. Assyrius, -a, -um, adj. of

Assyria, Assyrian. astrum, -i, n. a star. ăt or ast, disjunct. but. āter, -ra, -rum, adj. black. Atlās, -ntis, m. Atlas, father

of the Pleiades.

ātrium, -i, n. a hull, a court. ātros, -ācis, adj. stubborn,

fierce. atquě, conj. and, and yet.

After comparatives, than. atqui, disjunct. and yet. attingo, -ěre, -igi, -actum, 3

V. a. to attain, to reach. attollo, -ěre, 3, to raise up. attonitus, -a, -um, partic.

adj. thunderstruck, aston

ished. audax, -ācis, adj. bold,

audacious. audentior, -ius, over-bold, comp.

of participle audens, see audeo. audeo, -ēre, -ausus sum, 2,

to dare, to venture. audio, -ire, -ivi or -žī, -itum,

4, to hear. aufěro, -ferre, abstůli, ablā

tum, irreg. v. a. to take

away [ab, fero]. augeo, -ēre, auxi, auctum, 2

v. a. to increase, to enrich. augúr, úrís, m. an augur. augūrium, -i, n. an augury. Augustus,-i, m. Augustus, a

name assumed by Octavian

[majestic, augeo]. aula, -ae, f. a courtyard,

court. aură, -ae, f. air. auréus, -a, -um, adj. golden. aurīga, -ae, m. a charioteer. auris, -Is, f. (1) an ear, (2) carthboard of a plough (6,

12). Aurora, -ae, f. Aurora, god.

dess of the Morning, morn. ing.

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