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accendo
set on fire; inflame; arouse; inspire
accipio
receive, accept, admit, welcome
acer
sharp, keen, fierce, violent
Achates
Aeneas's constant companion
adeo
to that degree, so
adeo
adire - go to, approach, reach, visit, encounter, meet
adfor
address, speak to
adloquor
address, speak to
adsum
be present, be at hand, be near
adversus
turned toward, opposing, facing, adverse
aeger
sick, diseased, weary, weak
Aeolus
god of the winds
aer
air, breeze, mist, cloud
aeternus
everlasting, eternal
aether
upper air, ether; air; sky, heaven
agnosco
recognize
ala
wing, pinion
alter
one of the two, the other
amicus
friendly; as noun - friend
amitto
lose, send away; let go
amo
love, cherish, like
amplector
enfold, embrace, wind about
an
or
Anchises
Aeneas's father
anima
breath, breath of life; life, existence; shade, soul spirit
Anna
Dido's sister
annus
year
antiquus
of olden times, ancient, aged, former
antrum
cave, cavern, grotto
aperio
open, uncover, disclose, reveal
Apollo
god of music and prophecy
appareo
appear, be disclosed, be seen
arbor
tree, trunk, shoot
artus
joint, limb, frame, body
Ascanius
Aeneas's son
aspicio
look at, look upon, behold; regard
attollo
lift up, raise up; rear
aureus
golden, of gold
auris
ear
Ausonius
Ausonian, Italian
bonus
good
cado
fall, fall down, descend
caecus
blind
caedes
killing, slaughter, carnage
campus
field, plan, level place
cano
sing, sound, play
carus
dear, precious, valued
cedo
go from, remove, withdraw, abandon
celer
quick, swift, speedy
certus
determined, resolved, fixed, certain
cervix
neck, nape
circumdo
surround, place around, encompass
claudo
shut, close, enclose
clipeus
round shield
cogo
collect, compel, force, urge
colligo
gather, collect, assemble
coma
hair; foliage
comitor
accompany, attend, follow
compono
collect, lay; put to rest, quiet
conubium
marriage
cor
heart
Creusa
Aeneas's wife
crinis
hair
cruentus
spotted with blood, bloody, stained
cunctor
delay, linger, hesitate
currus
chariot, car, wagon
Dardanius
Trojan, of Dardanus
demitto
let down, drop, let fall, shed
desero
leave, forsake, abandon, desert
dirus
ominous, fearful, awful, dreadful, horrible
dives
rich, wealthy, opulent
doceo
teach, instruct, inform
dux
leader, guide, general
ecce
behold! look!
effero
carry out, take away; bear, produce
effor
utter, tell, speak out
egregius
distinguished, excellent, eminent
ensis
sword
ergo
therefore, consequently, accordingly
Eurus
southeast or east wind
exanimus
lifeless, dead
excipio
take out, withdraw; take up, catch, receive
excuviae
spoils; relics; skin
facilis
easy
fallo
trip, faller; err, mistake, deceive oneself
fas
divine law; with est = it is lawful, it is permitted
fides
faith, loyalty, belief, reliance; trustworthiness
fidus
loyal, faithful, credible
figo
fix, fasten; pierce
foedo
make foul, defile, pollute
forma
form, shape; beauty
foveo
cherish, fondle, caress
frater
brother
fremo
roar, resound, howl; applaud; grumble because of
frustra
in vain, for nothing
fulgeo
flash, glitter, gleam, shine
funus
funeral procession, funeral rites, burial; death, murder
geminus
twin
gero
bear, carry, wage
Graius
Greek
habeo
have, hold, support, carry; consider, regard
haereo
cling, stick, be fastened; linger, pause
hasta
spear, lance, javelin
Hector
Troy's champion, son of Hector
heros
hero, demigod
hiems
winter, winter time
honor
honor, repute, esteem, distinction
huc
to this place, hither; to this point, so far
iaceo
lie, be prostrate, lie at rest
Iliacus
of Ilium, Trojan
impello
strike against, strike, push; set in motion
impono
place upon, put on
inanis
useless, empty, meaningless
incendo
set fire to, burn; rouse, incite
incumbo
lean, press; bend to; opress
infelix
unfortunate, unlucky, miserable; barren
ingredior
advance, go forward; undertake
inimicus
hostile, unfriendly, hateful; damaging
inquit
says, said
insequor
follow after, come next; proceed, go on
insignis
distinguished, remarkable, prominent
is, ea, id
he, she, it
iste
that (of yours) - often contemptuous
iterum
again, a second time, once more
Iulus
another name for Ascanius
Iuppiter
Jupiter, king of the gods
ius
right, justice, duty
iuvenis
young, youthful; as a noun - young person
iuvo
help, aid, assist, serve; delight
Karthago
Carthage, an ancient city in North Africa
labor
labi - slip, glide, slide, move; sink, fall
letum
death, annihilation
lex
law, precept, regulation, principle
Libya
region of North Africa
Libycus
of Libya
linquo
go away, leave, depart from, abandon
loco
place, put, lay; establish
loquor
speak, talk, say, tell; declare
lucus
sacred grove
lustro
review, observe, examine; illuminate
lux
light, brightness; pl: heavenly bodies
maestus
sorrowful, dejected, despondent
magis
more
manes
departed spirit, ghost, shade
mater
mother; native land
memini
remember, recollect
memor
mindful, remembering
memoro
mention, recount, speak of, tell
miror
wonder, marvel at, be astonished
miseror
lament, commiserate; pity
modus
measure; way, manner; method
moles
mass, weight; greatness; difficulty, labor, trouble
molior
exert, strive, toil; build; rouse
mollis
yielding, soft, tender, gentle
monstro
point out, exhibit, indicate, inform; urge, advise
mora
delay, procrastination; obstruction, hindrance (n)
moror
delay, stay, remain, linger (v)
mortalis
mortal, transient
mos
practice, custom, habit; institution
moveo
move, remove, shake; excite, arouse, agitate
munus
service, office; burial
murmur
murmur, roar, growling, grumbling, crash
nam
for
nemus
wood, grove, forest
nequiquam
in vain, without reason
nullus
no, none; worthless; no one
nympha
nymph
obscurus
dark, shady, obscure; unknown
Olympus
Mt. Olympus, home of the gods
omnipotens
almighty, omnipotent
ops
aid, help, assistance; means, wealth, resources
opto
choose, prefer
ostium
door; mouth, entrance
pando
spread out, extend; open, lay open
par
equal, even; well-balanced
parvus
small; short, brief
pateo
be open, stand open
patior
bear, support, suffer, endure
patria
native land, own country; home
patrius
fatherly; traditional
pax
peace, reconciliation
Penates
household gods, gods of the state
pendeo
hang, be suspended; loiter
penitus
inwardly, deeply; thoroughly
Pergama
Troy
pergo
proceed, go on, hasten
pes
foot; sheet
Phoebus
Apollo
Phrygius
Phrygian, Trojan
Karthago
Carthage, an ancient city in North Africa
labor
labi - slip, glide, slide, move; sink, fall
letum
death, annihilation
lex
law, precept, regulation, principle
Libya
region of North Africa
Libycus
of Libya
linquo
go away, leave, depart from, abandon
loco
place, put, lay; establish
loquor
speak, talk, say, tell; declare
lucus
sacred grove
lustro
review, observe, examine; illuminate
lux
light, brightness; pl: heavenly bodies
maestus
sorrowful, dejected, despondent
magis
more
manes
departed spirit, ghost, shade
pietas
devotion, dutiful conduct, sense of duty (n)
pius
devoted, dutiful, devout, conscientious (adj)
poena
penalty, punishment
pontus
sea
portus
port, harbor
posco
ask, beg, demand, request
post
after, behind; afterwards
postquam
after, when
precor
ask, beg, entreat, request
prior
former, previous, prior, first
procul
in the distance, far, from afar
proles
offspring, children, descendants
pugna
fight, battle
Pyrrhus
Achilles' son
qua
where? how? in any way
quando
when?
quin
why not?; but, indeed
quisquis
whoever, whatever; everyone who
quo
where; at which time
quondam
once, at some time, at one time; sometimes
quoque
also, too
rapidus
fierce; rushing, swift
recipio
receive, take back; recover, rescue
reduco
lead back, bring back
regius
royal, regal, kingly
rego
rule, control; direct, guide
remitto
send back, drive back; loosen, relax; give up
repono
put back, restore; stretch out; lay aside, store
respicio
look back, gaze at, look for
reviso
look back; revisit
robur
hardwood, oak; tree trunk; oak tree
Rutuli
Rutulians, Turnus' tribe
sacro
consecrate, dedicate, devote
seco
cut, reap, carve; operate, divide
sedeo
sit; hold court
septem
seven
sermo
speech, conversation; talk, report, rumor
servo
save, guard, keep
seu
same as sive - whether; or if
Sibylla
Sibyl, prophetress
simul
at the same time, simultaneously
sine
without
sino
allow, permit
sinus
bay; fold; bosom
sive
whether; or if
solum
ground, base, foundation
solvo
loosen, relax; release, unfurl; dispel, dismiss
sono
resound, make a noise; speak, express
spero
hope, look for, expect
spumo
foam, forth
sterno
spread out; overthrow, level, flatten
strideo
make a harsh noise, hiss
superbus
proud, arrogant, insolent
taurus
bull; bullock
tego
cover, cover over, hide; shelter; dissemble, keep secret
tempestas
storm, tempest; disturbance; multitude
tempto
try; attempt; tempt
ter
three times, thrice
terreo
frighten, terrify
thalamus
inner room, chamber; marriage bed
torqueo
twist, bend, turn
torus
sofa, couch, bed
traho
draw, drag; lead, bring; sweep along; spend, prolong
tremo
tremble, shake, quake
tristis
sad, sorrowful, dejected; dismal, gloomy
Tros
Trojan
tutus
safe, secure
uterus
womb; belly
valeo
be well, be strong; say goodbye
varius
various, variegated; changing, variable; fickle
vastus
unoccupied; vast, immense, huge
vel
or, or indeed; certainly
velut
just as, even as, like
vestigium
step, footprint, track; trace, mark, vestige
vestis
clothing, attire, garments
vetus
old, aged
vinculum
chain, rope, fetter; bond
virgo
young woman, virgin
virtus
strength, courage, excellence; character, virtue
vita
life
vos
you