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Sabaeus, a, um
Sabaean, of Saba in southern Arabia, famous for its incense
sacerdos, dotis m.(f.)
priest(ess)
sacro (1)
hallow, consecrate, dedicate
saeculum, i n.
generation, age, century
saepe
often, frequently, again and again
saepio, ire, psi, ptus
hedge in, inclose
saevio, ire, ivi(ii), itus
rage, storm
saevus, a, um
fierce, harsh, stern
sagitta, ae f.
arrow
sal, salis n.(m.)
salt (water), sea
saltem
at least, at any rate
saltus, us m.
forest, glade, pasture; leap, bound, dancing
salum, i n.
(lit., salt) sea, brine
salus, utis f.
saftey, salvation, health
Samos, i f.
island of the Aegean, center of the worship of Juno
sanctus, a, um
sacred, holy, revered
sanguineus, a, um
bloody, blood-red
sanies, ei f.
blood, gore
sanus, a, um
sane, sound, rational
Sarpedon, onis m.
Sarpedon, Lycian son of Jupiter and ally of the Trojans
sat(is)
enough, sufficent(ly)
sator, oris m.
sower; begetter, father
Saturnia, ae f.
Juno, daughter of Saturn, father of the gods
Saturnius, a, um
(born) of Saturn, father of Jupiter and Juno
saucius, a, um
wounded, hurt
scaena, ae f.
stage, background
scando, ere, i, scansus
mount, climb
sceleratus, a, um
criminal, wicked
scelero (1)
pollute, defile
scelus, eris n.
crime, impiety, sin
sceptrum, i n.
staff, scepter, power
scilicet
of course, to be sure, doubtless
scindo, ere, scidi, scissus
split, divide
scintilla, ae f.
spark
scio, ire, ivi(ii), itus
know (how), understand
scopulus, i m.
rock, cliff, crag
scutum, i n.
shield
Scyllaeus, a, um
of Scylla, a ravenous sea-monster, part woman and part sea creature, girdled with fierce dogs and destructive to mariners who attempted to sail past her cave situated on a narrow strait opposite the great whirlpool Charybdis
Scrius, a, um
Scyrian, of Scyros, an island in the Aegean sea where Neoptolemus (Pyrrhus) was born
secussus, us m.
inlet, recess
seco, are, ui, sectus
cut, slice, cleave
sortior,iri,itus
draw (by) lot
spargo,ere,rsi,rsus
scatter
Spartanus,a,um
Spartan
spatior,ari,atus
walk,stride
spatium,i,n.
space,time
species,ei,f.
appearance
spectaculum,i,n.
sight
spectator,oris,m.
viewer
specula,ae,f.
lookout
speculor,ari,atus
spy out
spelunca,ae,f.
cave
sperno,ere,sprevi,spretus
scorn
spero(1)
hope
spes,ei,f.
hope
spira,ae,f.
fold
sortior, iri, itus
to draw (by) lot, allot
spargo, ere, rsi, rsus
to scatter
spatior, ari, atus
to walk, stride
spatium, (i)i (n)
space, time, period
species, ei (f)
appearance, sight, aspect
spectaculum, i (n)
sight, spectacle
spectator, oris (m)
viewer, spectator
specula, ae (f)
lookout, high place
speculor, ari, atus
to spy out, watch
spelunca, ae (f)
cave, cavern, grotto
sperno, ere, sprevi, spretus
to scorn, reject
spero (1)
to hope (for, to), expect, suppose
spes, ei (f)
hope, expectation
spira, ae (f)
fold, coil, spire
spiritus, us (m)
breath, spirit, life, soul
spiritus,us,m.
breath
spiro(1)
breath
spolio(1)
despoil
spolium,i,n.
hide (of an animal)
spons,spontis,f.
wish
spuma,ae,f.
foam
spumeus,a,um
foamy
spumo(1)
foam
spumosus,a,um
foamy
squaleo,ere,ui
be rough
squameus,a,us
scaly
stabilis,e
firm
stabulum,i,n.
stable
stagnum,i,n.
still waters
statio,onis,f.
station
spiro (1)
to breathe (forth), blow, quiver
spolio (1)
to despoil, plunder, rob (+abl)
spolium, (i)i (n)
hide (of an animal), spoils, arms stripped from an enemy
spons, spontis (f)
wish, will, desire
spuma, ae (f)
foam, froth, spray
spumeus, a, um
foamy, frothy
spumo (1)
to foam, froth, spray
spumosus, a, um
foamy, frothy
squaleo, ere, ui
to be rough, be filthy
squameus, a, um
scaly
stabilis, e
firm, stable, lasting
stabulum, i (n)
stable, stall, lair, den
stagnum, i (n)
still waters, depth
statio, onis (f)
station, anchorage
statuo, ere, ui, utus
to set (up), found
statuo,ere,ui,utus
found
stellatus,a,um
starred
sterno,ere,stravi,stratus
lay low
Sthenelus,i,m.
Greek leader
stimulo(1)
spur
stimulus,i,m.
spur
stipes,itis,m.
stock
stipo(1)
stuff
stirps,pis,f.
stock
stratum,i,n.
bed
strepitus,us,m.
uproar
strideo,ere,di
grate
stridor,oris,m.
noise
stringo,ere,strinxi,strictus
graze
struo,ere,struxi,structus
build
stellatus, a, um
starred, star-spangled
sterno, ere, stravi, stratus
to lay low, spread, strew
Sthenelus, i (m)
Greek leader
stimulo (1)
to spur, goad, prick, incite
stimulus, i (m)
goad, spur
stipes, itis (m)
stock, trunk, stem
stipo (1)
to stuff, crowd, throng, stow
stirps, pis (f)
stock, lineage, race
stratum, i (n)
bed, couch, pavement
strepitus, us (m)
uproar, noise
studium,i,n.
eagerness
stupeo,ere,ui
be dazed
stuppeus,a,um
flax or hemp (rope)
Stygius,a,um
Stygian
Styx,Stygis,f.
river
suadeo,ere,asi,asus
persuade
subeo,ire,subii,sibitus
undergo
subicio,ere,ieci,iectus
place under
subigo,ere,egi,actus
subdue
subito,adv.
suddenly
subitus,a,um
sudden
sublimis,e
on high
subnecto,ere,neci,nexus
tie,fasten
subnixus,a,us
resting on
suboles,is,f.
offspring
secretum, i, n.
secret
secundus,a,um
following
securis,is,f.
axe
securus,a,um
free from care, careless
secus, adv.
otherwise
sedeo,ere,sedi,sessus
sit
sedile,is,n.
seat
seditio,onis,f.
riot
seduco,ere,duxi,ductus
withdraw
segnis,e
slow
semen,inis,n.
seed
semianimis,e
dying
seminex,necis
dying
semino(1)
sow
semita,ae,f.
path
semivir,viri
half-man
semper,adv.
always
senatus,us, m.
senate
senecta,ae,f.
old age
senex,senis,m.
old man
seni,ae,a
six(each), by sixes
senior,oris,m.
old man
sensus,us,m.
feeling
sententia,ae,f.
opinion
sentio,ir,sensi,sensus
feel
sentus,a,um
rough,thorny
sepelio,iri,ivi,pultus
bury
septem
seven
septemplex,icis
of seven layers
septenus,a,um
seven (each), by sevens
sepulcrum,i,n.
tomb
sereno(1)
calm, clear
serenus,a,um
serene, calm
Serestus,i,m.
Trojan leader
Sergestus,i,m.
Trojan leader
sermo, onis,m.
conversation
sero,ere,sevi,satus
sow
sero,ere,ui,rtus
join
serpens,entis,m.
serpent
serpo,ere,psi,pstus
creep
sertum,i,n.
wreath
servio,ire,ivi,itus
be a slave
servitum,i,n
slavery
seu,sive
whether,or
sex
six
sibilus,a,um
hissing
Sibylla,ae,f
the Sibyl
sicco(1)
dry
siccus,a,um
dry
Siculus,a,um
Sicilian
sido,ere,sedi
sit
Sidonius,a,um
of Sidon
signum,i,n.
sign
silentium,i,n
silence
sileo,ere,ui
be silent
silex,icis,m
flint,rock
similis,e
like, similar
Simois,entis,m
river near Troy
simulacrum,i,n
image
simulo(1)
pretend
sine
without
singuli,ae,a
each
sino,ere,sivi,situs
permit
Sinon,onis,m.
a lying Greek
sinuo(1)
fold, curve
sinus,us,m.
fold
sisto,ere,steti,status
stand
sitis,is,f.
thirst
situs,us,m
position
sive,seu
whether, or
socio(1)
unite
sol, solis,m.
sun, day
solamen,inis, n.
consolation
soleo,ere,itus sum
be accustomed
solidus,a,um
solid
solium,i,n
throne
sollemnis,e
annual
sollicito(1)
agitate
solor,ari,atus
console
solum,i,n
ground
solvo,ere,i,solutus
loose
Somnus,i,m
Sleep
sonipes,pedis,m
prancing steed
sonitus,us,m
sound
sono,are,ui,itus
sound
sonorus,a,um
roaring
sopor,oris,m
sleep
soror,oris,f
sister
sors,rtis,f
lot,destiny
summergo(subm-), ere, rsi, rsus
sink, drown
summitto, ere, -misi, -missus
lower, submit
sumo,ere,mpsi,mptus
take, assume
superbus,a,um
proud, haughty
supersum,esse,fui
survive, remain
superstitio,onis f.
superstition, object of dread
supinus,a,um
flat,upturned
supplex,icis m.
suppliant, humble
suppliciter
beseechingly, humbly
supplicium,i n.
punishment, torture
suppono,ere,posui,positus
place under, subject to
supra
above, over
sura, ae f.
(calf of) leg
suscipio,ere,cepi,ceptus
take up, beget, bear, receive
suspendo,ere,i,ensus
suspend, hang (up)
suspensus,a,um
suspended, agitated
suspicio,ere,spexi,spectus
look from beneath, suspect, look up at
suspiro,are,avi,atus
draw a deep breath, sigh
Sychaeus,i m.
deceased husband of Dido
Syrtis (or syrtis),is f.
region of quicksand on the northern coast of Africa; sand bar, reef
sacer, cra, crum
sacred, holy
sanguis, inis m.
blook; race, descendant
saxum,i n.
stone, rock, reef, clif, crag
sed
but, moreover, however
sedes,is f.
seat; abode, habitation; bottom; tomb, shrine; place, region
sequor,i,secutus
follow, attend, pursue, accompany, seek
servo,are,avi,atus
save, guard, keep, rescue
si
whether, if (only), in case that
sic
thus, so, in this manner
sidus,eris n.
star, constellation, meteor; season, weather; heaven
silva,ae f.
forest, wood(s), tree(s)
simul
at the same time, together
socius,i m.
ally, comrade, follower
solus,a,um
alone, only,lonly
somnus,i m.
sleep, slumber, dream
sto,are,steti,status
stand
sub
(from) under, close (to)
subeo,ire,ivi,itus
go under, bear; apporoach, enter
sublatus,a,um
see tolo
sui
(of) himself, herself, itself, themselves
sum,esse,fui,futurus
be, exist
summus
of superus
super
above, beyond,left, in addition
superus,a,um
upper, higher, above
supremus,a,um
of superus
surgo,ere,surrexi,surrectus
raise, (a)rise, spring up
suus,a,um
his,her,its,their (own)