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interj.,ah
a (ab)
+ abl. from away, from
abeo, ire, -ii or -ivi, -itum
go away, depart
abicio, -ere, -ieci, -iectum
throw away, aside
absum, -esse, afui, afuturus
be absent, be away
ac.
atque
accendo, -ere, -cendi, -censum
kindle, set on fire
accido, -ere, -cidi
fall down, happen
accipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum
receive
accuso
accuse
acer, -cris, -cre
bitter, hard, harsh, rough
Acestes, -ae
m., Acestes, king in Sicily
Achamenides
Achamenides, a Greek companion of Ulysses
Achates, -ae
m., Achates, faithful friend of Aeneas
Achilles, is
n., Achilles, Greek hero
Achivus, -a, -um
Greek
acies, -ei
f., keenness, edge, a line of battle, the battle itself
Acis, -idis
m., Acis, the lover of Galatea
aconitum, i
n., aconite, a poisonous herb
acutus, -a, -um
sharp
ad
+ acc. with verbs of movement, to toward
with verbs of rest, near
addo, -ere, -didi, ditum
place upon, join, attach, add
adduco, ere, duxi, -ductum
bring to, draw to, lead to, induce
adeo
adv., to this point, thus far
adeo, -ire, -ii or ivi, -itum
go near, approach
adfero, -ferre, attuli, allatum
bring, carry in (alternate spelling: affero)
adficio, -ere, -feci, -fectum
affect, afflict, weaken
adfigo, -ere, -fixi, -fixum
+ dat., pin to, affix, fasten to
adforet
adfuturum esset
adgredior, -gredi, gressus sum
go to, approach
adhuc, adv.
up to this time, to this point in time or space, here
aditus, us
m., approach, access
adiuvo, -iuvi, iutum
help, bring help to, aid
admitto, -ere, -misi, missum
send to, admit
adoro
worship
adquiro, -ere, quisivi, quisiturs
acquire
adspicio, -ere, -spexi, -spectum
look upon
adsum, -esse, adfui, adfuturum
be present, be at hand, be here
adultera, -ae
f. , adulteress
adulterium, -ii
n., adultery
adlterius, -a, -um
adulterous
advena, -ae
c., stranger
advento
arrive, approach
adversus, -a, -um
unfavorable
adverto, -ere, -ti, -sum
turn to
Aeacides, -ae
m., the son (really grandson) of Aecus; i.e., Achilles
aedes, -is
f., building shrine
aedifico
build, construct
aeger, -gra, -grum
weak, sick
Aegus, -ei
m., Aegus, King of Athens
Aegides, -ae
m., son of Aegeus
Aegyptus, -i
f., Egypt
Aeneas, -ae
m. Aeneas
aeneus, -a, -um
m., brass, bronze, brazen
aenus, -i
m. , brass pot
Aeolus, -i
m. Aeolus, king of the winds
aequor, -oris
n., flat or level surface of land or sea; poetically, the sea itself (from aequus, -a, -um)
aequus, -a, -um
equal, level, fair, just
aer, aeris
m., the air, the atmosphere; aera, Greek accusative
Aeson, onis
m., Aeson, father of Jason
Aesonides
the son of Aeson, Jason