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a, ab
from, away from, by
Abas
1. an Argive king, 2. a friend of Aeneas
abdo
put away, hide, shut up
abeo
go away, depart, withdraw, deviate
abies
spruce, fir
abluo
wash off, purify; cleanse
abruo
refuse, decline, reject,
abripio
snatch away, snatch, seize
abrumpo
break off, destroy, violate
abscessus
departure, absence
absecondo
put away, conceal, hide
absens
absent, distant, left behind
absisto
withdraw, depart from; cease
abstineo
hold back, refrain
abstrudo
thrust away, hide
absum
be absent or away from; be wanting
ac
same as atque - and, and also
Acamas
one of the Greeks at Troy
accedo
come or draw near, go to, appoach
accendo
set on fire; inflame; arouse; inspire
accingo
gird, equip, make ready
accipio
receive, accept, admit, welcome
accumbo
reclineat, take one's place at the table
accumulo
heap up, honor
acer
sharp, keen, fierce, violent
acervus
pointed pile, heap
Acestes
king of Sicily
Achates
Aeneas's constant companion
Acheron
river of the underworld
Achilles
greatest of the Greek heroes at Troy
Achivus
Greek, pl. Greeks
acies
sharp edge, battle line, keen vision
acutus
sharpened, sharp, pointed, jagged
ad
to, toward, near, at, by
addenseo
thicken, pack densely
addo
give in addition, put to, add, lend
adeo
to that degree, so
adeo
adire - go to, approach, reach, visit, encounter, meet
adfatus
address, speech
adfligo
shatter, cast down
adflo
breath upon, inspire
adfluo
flow to, come to
adfor
address, speak to
adgredior
approach, go to
adhuc
hitherto, till now, as yet
adicio
throw at, add
adigo
drive to, drive, hurl, force
adimo
take to oneself, take away, snatch away
aditus
approach, audience, entrance
adiuro
call to witness, swear by
adiuvo
aid, assist, help
adlabor
glide to
adloquor
address, speak to
admiror
wonder at, be surprised at
admoneo
warn, admonish, remind
admoveo
move or bring to, offer
adnitor
strive, lean on
adnuo
nod assent, promise
adoro
pray to, worship, adore
adquiro
acquiro, gain
adservo
guard, watch
adsiduus
constant, unceasing
adsisto
stand by, attend; make a stand
adspecto
look at, look towards, overlook
adspicio
look at, observe, inspect
adsto
stand near; be at hand, look on; stand up
adsum
be present, be at hand, near
adsurgo
rise up, stand up, rise
adultus
adult, full grown
advena
stranger, foreigner
advenio
come to, come
adversor
oppose, resist
adversus
opposing, facing, adverse
adverto
turn toward, give heed, note, notice
advolo
fly to, fly towards
advolvo
roll to or toward
adytum
sanctuary, shrine, tomb
Aeacides
descendant of Aeacus, i.e. Achilles
aedes
hearth; pl. apartments; house, dwelling
aedifico
build, construct
aeger
sick, diseased, weary, weak
aemulus
rivaling, competing
Aeneadae
followers of Aeneas
Aeneas
hero of the Aeneid
Aeneius
of Aeneas
aenum
kettle, cauldron
aenus
of bronze, brazen
Aeolia
an island near Sicily, abode of Aeolus
Aeolides
son or descendant of Aeolus
Aeolus
god of the winds
aequaevus
of the same or equal age
aequo
make equal, adjust, equal, match, do justice to
aequor
the sea, surface of the sea, a level surface
aequus
even, level, just, fair
aer
air, breeze, mist, cloud
aeratus
made of or covered with bronze; brazen
aereus
made of plated with bronze; brazen
aerius
airy, high, lofty, towering
aes
copper, bronze
aestas
summer, summer air
aestus
heat, flame; tide, sea, flood
aetas
age; old age; years, time
aeternus
everlasting, eternal
aether
upper air, ether; air; sky, heaven
aetherius
of the ether, of heaven
aevum
age, time; old age
Africa
Northern Africa
Africus
the southwest wind
Agathyrsi
people of Scythia
Agenor
a king of Phoenicia and ancestor of Dido
ager
field, land
agger
heap, moundl; elevation; dike; rampart
aggero
heap up, increase
agitator
driver, charioteer
agito
drive with violence; chase, torment, harass
agmen
army (on the march), column, train, formation, rank, line
agnosce
recognize
ago
drive, do, pursue; comduct imp. - Come!
Aiax
one of two Greek heroes 1. son of Telamon 2. son of Oileus
ait
says, asserts
ala
wing, pinion
alatus
winged
Alba
Alba Longa, an ancient city of Latium
Albanus
of Alba, Alban
Alcides
descendant of Alcaeus, i.e. Hercules
ales
winged, as noun - winged creature, bird
Aletes
a friend of Aeneas
alienus
another's, foreign
aliqui
some, any
aliquis
someone, anyone
aliter
otherwise
alius
another, other, else
alligo
bind, tie, fasten, imprison
almus
nourishing, fostering, propitious, kindly
alo
nourish, feed, encourage, strengthen, rear
Alpinus
of the Alps, Alpine
altaria
altar
alter
one of the two, the other
alterno
do by turns; waver, hesitate
alternus
one after the other; in turn
altus
high, lofty; deep, profound; as noun altum - the sea, heaven
alumnus
nursling, foster-child, child, son
alvus
belly, body
amarus
bitter, unpleasant, unwelcome
Amazonis
an Amazon
ambages
turning, winding; riddle, mystery; details
ambio
go around, surround, encircle, approach
ambo
both; tow
ambrosius
ambrosial, diving; immortal; lovely
amens
senseless; frantic, distracted; amazed
amicio
throw around; wrap, envelop
amictus
cloak, mantle, robe; veil
amicus
friendly; as noun - friend
amitto
lose, send away; let go
amnis
river, stream; torrent
amo
love, cherish, like
amor
love, affection, fondness; as person - Cupid
amplector
enfold, embrace, wind about
amplus
grand, roomy, spacious; splendid, glorious
Amycus
king of the Bebrycians or friend of Aeneas
an
or
Anchises
Aeneas's father
Anchisiades
descendant of Achises
ancora
anchor
Androgeos
son of Minos, king of Cretes; or Greek hero slain at Troy
anguis
serpent, snake
angustus
narrow, as noun - narrow place
anhelus
panting, heaving
anima
breath, breath of life; life, existence; shade, soul, spirit
animus
soul, spirit, heart, courage, daring, feeling
Anna
Dido's sister
annalis
annual, yearly
annosus
aged, old
annus
year
ante
before, in front of, previously
antefore
put before, carry before
Antenor
Trojan leader, founder of Patavium
Antheus
friend of Aeneas
antiquus
of olden times, ancient, aged, former
antrum
cave, cavern, grotto
aper
wild boar
aperio
open, uncover, disclose, reveal
apex
tip, point, summit
apis
bee
Apollo
god of music and prophecy
apparro
prepare
appareo
appear, be disclosed, be seen
appello
drive to, bring to
apto
fit, adjust, equip
aqua
water
Aquilo
the north wind, wind
aquosus
watery, rainy, rain-bearing
ara
altar
arbor
tree, trunk, shoot
arboreus
treelike, branching
arbos
see arbor
Arcades
Arcadians
Arcadius
of Arcadia
arcanus
secret, hidden
arceo
bind, confine, keep off, debar
arcesso
cause to come, call, summon
Arctos
the North
arcus
bow, rainbow, curve, bend
ardens
burning, blazing, fiery, flashy
ardeo
be on fire, burn, blaze
arduus
steep, high, lofty, towering
argentum
silver; silver plate
Argivus
Greek, Argive
Argolicus
of Argos, Greek
Argos
Greek
arguo
prove, reveal, betray
aridus
dry, parched
aries
ram, battering ram
arma
arms, weapons; tools, equipment
armatus
armed, equipped
armentum
cattle for plowing; herd, drove
armiger
armor-bearer
armo
equip, arm
armus
shoulder; flank
aro
plow, till; inhabit
arrigo
direct to, raise, uplift
ars
skill, dexterity; art; practice
artifex
artist, artisan, contriver
artus
joint, limb, frame, body
arvum
plowed land, cultivated field, field
arx
citadel, fortress, stronghold; hill, peak
Ascanius
Aeneas's son
ascendo
climb, mount, ascend
Asia
Asia Minor
aspecto
look at, gaze at; face
aspectus
sight, view, appearance
asper
rough; thorny, jagged; harsh
aspicio
look at, look upon, behold; regard
asporto
carry away; carry off
Assaracus
former king of Troy, Anchises' grandfather
ast
but; yet, at least
astrum
star; pl. heaven
asylum
place of refuge
at
but; yet, at least
ater
black, dark, sable, dusky; gloomy
Altas
mt. in N. Africa; personified as giant
atque
and, and also; but, than
Atrides
descendant of Atreus, especially Agamemnon or Menelaus
atrium
court, hall, atrium, room
attollo
lift up, raise up; rear
attonitus
thunderstruck; awed, amazed, dazed
attono
thunder at, stun; strike with awe
auctor
father, progenitor, producer
audens
daring, bold, courageous
audeo
dare, venture, risk
audio
hear, listen to
aufero
take away, carry off, withdraw, remove
augur
seer, soothsayer, diviner, augur
augurium
the observance of omens, augury
aula
court, yard, inner court
Aulis
town on the coast of Boetia
aura
air, breeze, wind, blast
aureus
golden, of gold
auricomus
golden- haired, with golden foliage
auriga
charioteer, driver
auris
ear
Aurora
morning, dawn, personified as goddess of morning
aurum
gold
Ausonius
Ausonian, Italian
auspex
an interpreter of omens given by birds, diviner, augur
auspicium
divination by the flight of birds, augury from birds
auster
the south wind
ausum
bold deed, reckless act
aut
or; aut... aut = either... or
autem
however, on the other hand
Automedon
Greek charioteer of Achilles
auxilium
help, aid, assistance
avarus
greedy, covetous
aveho
carry away, take away
avello
tear away, pluck, snatch away
Avernus
a lake near Cumae (entrance to the underworld)
averto
turn away, avert, remove
avis
bird
avius
out of the way, remote, trackless
avus
grandfather
axis
axle, heaven, open sky
bacchor
celebrate the festival of Bacchus
Bacchus
god of wine, son of Jupiter and Semele
balteus
belt, sword-belt
barba
beard
barbaricus
foreign, strange, barbaric
Barcaei
inhabitants of Barce, a town in Libya
beatus
happy, blessed, fortunate
bellatrix
female warrior
bello
wage war, war
bellum
war
bene
well, agreeably
benignus
kind, good, friendly, pleasing
bibo
drink
bidens
a sheep, (literally having two teeth)
biformis
of double form, two shaped
bigae
a team of two horses, a two horse chariot
biiugus
two yoked together
bini
two by two, two each
bipennis
a two-edged axe, double axe, battle-axe
biremis
a ship with two banks of oars
bis
twice, double
bonus
good
Boreas
two north wind, the North
bracchium
arm; the fore-arm
brattea
thin plate of leaf or metal; metal
brevis
short, brief
bruma
winter
brumalis
wintry
bulla
knob, stud, bubble
Byrsa
citadel of Carthage
cado
fall, fall down, descend
cadus
jar, urn
caecus
blind
caedes
killing, slaughter, carnage
caedo
cut, cut down, strike, kill
caelestis
of heaven, from heaven,
as noun - the heavenly bodies
caelo
engrave, carve
Caesar
Augustus or Julius
Caicus
friends of Aeneas
Caieta
town on the coast of Latium
calcar
spur
caleo
glow, be hot, be warm
calidus
warm, hot
callis
a path, moutain-path
calor
heat, warmth, glow
campus
field, plan, level place
candeo
shine, glitter, glisten
canis
dog
cano
sing, sound, play
canorus
melodious, harmonious
cantus
song, singing
canus
white, hoary
capesso
seize eagerly, snatch at, lay hold of
capio
seize, grasp, capture
capra
she -goat
captivus
prisoner, captive
capulus
hilt
caput
head, the summit, person
Capys
friend of Aeneas or king of Alba
carbasus
canvas, sail
carcer
prison, jail
cardo
hinge
careo
lack, be free from
carina
keel; ship
carmen
song, poem, verse
carpo
pluck, pick, tear away
carus
dear, precious, valued
Cassandra
daughter of Priam and priestess of Apollo
castigo
correct, chastise, blame, chide
castra
military camp
casus
fall; falling-down, ruin, failure
caterva
crowd, troop, throng
Caucasus
chain of mountains between the Black and Caspian Seas
causa
cause, reason, motive
cautes
crag, pointed rock
caverna
cave, cavern, grotto
cavo
hollow out, excavate
cavus
hollow, excavated
Cecropidae
Athenians (descendants of Cecrops, founder of Athens)
cedo
go from, remove, withdraw, abandon
celebro
frequent, crowd, thring, practice, celebrate
celer
quick, swift, speedy
celero
quicken, hasten, accelerate
cella
store-room, cell, sanctuary
celo
hide, conceal from, elude, cover
celsus
lofty, elevated, towering
centum
100
Cerealis
sacred to Ceres
Ceres
daughter of Saturn, goddess of agriculture
cerno
seperate, distinguish, discern, perceive
certamen
contest, struggle, strife
certo
fight, contend, struggle
certus
determined, resolved, fixed, certain
cerva
hind, deer (female)
cervix
neck, nape
cesso
delay, loiter, do nothing
ceteri
the others. the rest
ceu
as, like, just as
Chalcidicus
of Chalcis, of Cumae
chlamys
mantle, military cloak
chorus
troop of dancers, chorus
cleo
cause to go, move; rouse, stir, call
cingo
equip, gird oneself, surround, encircle
cingulum
belt, girdle
cinis
ashes
circa
around, round about, near
circum
around, all around
circumdo
surround, place around, encompass
circumspicio
look about, observe
circumsto
stand around, surround
circumvenio
encircle, be around
circumvolo
fly around
Cithaeron
mountain sacred to Bacchus
cithara
lute, cithara
cito
quickly
citus
quick, swift, rapid
civis
citizen
clam
secretly, covertly
clamo
shout, call, cry out
clamor
shout
clarus
clear, bright, famous
classus
fleet, division
claudo
shut, close, enclose
claustrum
bar, bolt, barrier
clipeus
round shield
Cloanthus
friend of Aeneas
Clonus
Clonus, a craftsman
Cocytus
river of the underworld
coeo
come together, meet, assemble
coepi
begin, commence
coeptum
undertaking
coetus
assemblage, crowd, company
Coeus
one of the Titans
cognomen
surname, second-name, family-name
cognosco
ascertain, understand, learn, know
cogo
collect, compel, force
colligo
gather, collect; assemble
collis
hill
collum
neck
colo
till, care for cultivate; honor, love
colonus
farmer, settler
color
color, hue, tint
coluber
snake, serpent
columna
pillar, column, post
coma
hair; foliage
comes
friend, companion, comrade
comitatus
escort, crowd, retinue
comito
attend, accompany
comitor
accompany, attend, follow
commendo
commit, entrust; command
comminus
hand to hand, in close contest, near
commisceo
mix, mingle together, unite
committo
join, commit, fight, entrust, practice
commoveo
shake, stir, trouble; displace, carry away
communis
common, general, universal
como
comb, arrange, braid