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tikras,æ, m. a tiara (or turban,) tolero, v. 1. I endure, undergo, E. (kis head.) G. 1. 309.
an ornament for the head which the viii, 515.

whirling down stream, G. iii.
Eastern kings wore, Æ. vii. 247. maintain, support, Æ. viii. 409.
Tib-er, (and Tib-eris, and Tibr-is, is,) toll-ens, éptis, par. lifting,

darting, rolling round, G. iii.
eris, m. the Fiber.
heaving, . xii. 934.

Æ. vii. 448.
Tibe: n-us, i, m. th: Tiber, Æ. vi. raising, rising in, G. iii. 21. shaking, supporting, Æ. vii. 666.

3. vii. 30. 797. viii. 31. ix. 125. tollo, v. 3. I lift up, G. iv. 174. 2. ii. poising, brandishing, hurling,
Tiberinus, adj. of Tiber, G. iv. 369. 153. viii. 452. ix, 17.

ix. 402
E... 13, X. 833. xi. 449, xii, 35, or set up, Æ. vi. 492. X. 262. xi. 37. torqueo, v. 2. I wrest or writhe,
Tiber-is, is, m. the Tiber, G. i. 499. 622. 877.

distort, G. ii, 247.
E. vii. 715.

or raise, G. ii. 47. iii. 9. Æ. i. 134. ii. shoot, E. X. 59. Æ. xi.773. xii. 858
tibi, pru. dia. for thee,

222. iii. 673. viii. 541. xi. 455. turn about, guide, G. i. 174.
to oblige you, E. viii. 30.

--se, I mount, take aing, Æ. v. 657. or roll, Æ. ix. 93.
tibia, 2, 1. a pipe.

861. vi. 302. ix. 14.

throat, cast, G. iv. 523.
Tibr-is, is, n. the Tiber, Æ. ii. 782.

or I rise, grow, G. ii. 57.

drive, force, Æ. i. 108.
iii. 500. v. 63. 797. vi. 87. vii. 171.
gather, take, G. ii. 350.

or twist, whirl about, £. i. 117.
22. viii. 86. 330, 331. A. 124, xi.

support, sustain, or seem to life up, dash, Æ. iji. 208. iv. 583.
393.

G.iii. 25. Æ. viii. 141.

turn, E. jii. 592. 669. iv. 220. v.
Tibr-is, idis, (-idos,) m. the Tiber, Æ. mister up, collect, G. iii. 207.

177. vi. 547.737. xii. 670.
iii. 500. vii. 303. 436. viii, 72.

rear, uprear, G. iv. 273. Æ. v. 369. dart, (direct,) Æ. iv. 208.
Tib-ur, uris, n. the city Tibur, Æ. vii. S75, x. 892

shake or govern, £. iv. 269.
630.

swell, raise, Æ. i. 66. 103. vii. 522. conduct, manage, Æ. xii. 180.
Tib-urs, urtis, E. ix. 900. (vel Tibur- take along with me, Æ. xi. 542. turn, roll, support, curry, A. iv. 482.
tius, E. vij. 670.) adj. of Tibur.
carry, bear, Æ. i. 692 ii. 635.

vi. 797.
Titúrt-es, um, pl. m. the Tiburtians,

or take off, G. i. 76.

hurl, Æ. v. 497. vii. 741. X. 585. xii.
inhabitants of Tibur, Æ. xi. 757. take away, bear azay, A. iii. 601. 461. 536. 578.
Tibúrt-us, i, (vel Tib-urs, urtis,) m. vi. 370. viii. 439. X. 624. xi. 200. furl, tack, f. v. 831.
Tiburs, Æ. vii. 671. II. 519.

414.

whirl, Æ. vi. 551. ix. 93. 665. 671.
iign-um, i, n. the eves of a house, (the

(or cut awry) E. xii. 771.

push open, £. ix. 724.
cornish.) or any wood-work near snatch away, Æ. ix. 564.

throw, 2. X. 334. xi. 284. 578.
its top, G. iv. 307.
break through, E. X. 333.

toss, A. xii. 301.
Tigr-is, is, m. (the river) Tigris, E. i. (praise,) erolt, eztol, E. v. 51. Æ. torqueor, v. 2. I am bent, G. ii. 448.
63.

iii. 158. vi. 876. ix. 657. X. 144. torqu-es, is, m. (f.) a collar for a horse,
tigr-is, is, f. a tiger, E. v. 29. &c. stir

* up, rouse, excite, . ix. 127. x. G. iii. 168.
tigr-is, ixtis, l. a liger, Æ. xi. 577.

250. 278, 357.

a wreath, G. iv. 276.
Tigr-is, is, f. Tigris, (the name of a

urge on, impel, E. y. 235.

torr-ens, éntis, m. a flood,
ship:) Æ. x. 166.
abstain from, Æ. X. 451,

torrent, Æ. ii. 305. vii. 567. X. 369.
tili-a, r, T. the linden, the lime-tree, end, extinguish, Æ. xii. 39. borr-ens, éntis, par. burning,
G. i. 173. ii. 449.
issue frem, Æ. xii. 114.

parching, G. iv. 425.
Timáv-us, i, m. Timavus, E. vii. 6. bring up, educate, (kidnap.) 2. ix. overflowing, impetuous, rapid, E.
G. iii. 475. Æ. i. 244.
517.

vii. 52. G. ii. 451. Æ. X. 603.
tim-ens, enuis, par. fearing, tollor, v. 3. I am raised, G. iii. 111. running, flowing, Æ. vi. 550. IX.

alrealy trembling, . xii. 875. (set up.) Æ. ii. 339. ix. 567. xi. 745. 105. X. 114.
timeo, v. 2. I foar, drear,

xii. 462

torreo, y: 2. I burn, parch, G. i. 267.
am afraid of, G. i. 469. £. i. 661. mounted, Æ. iji. 564. vii. 408.

Æ. i. 179.
suspect, E. fi. 607.

token, carried, bore away, E. v. fry, broil, G. ij. 306. Æ. v. 103.
tremble, E. v. 505.

390. xi. 59. xii. 795.

torreor, v. 2. I am brernt,
timidus, adj. fearful, G. iii. 422. Tolumni-us, i, m. Tolumnius, Æ. xi. parched up, £. vii. 720.
timorous, E. vi. 20. viii. 28. G. iii. 429. &c.

torridus, adj, hot, sultry, E. vii. 48.
403. 539.

ton-ans, antis, par. thundering, Æ. v. toryid, burning, scorching, G. i. 234.
trambling, E. vi. 77.

820.

torr-is, is, m. a fire-brand, £. vii. 506.
tim-or, óris, m. fear,

tond-ens, éntis, par. shaving, E. i. 29. xii. 298.
coreardice. Æ. iv. 13. xi. 393.
grazing, Æ. iii. 538.

tortil-is, e, adj. wreathed, linked in
tine-a, æ, f. a moth, G. iv. 246. tondeo, v. 2 1 clip, G. iii. 312.

links, Æ. Vü. 351.
tingo, v. 3. I tinge, dip, G. ii. 481. E. or shear, G. iii. 561. iv. 137.

fort-us, us, m. a twist,
1.745.
browse, graze, G. i. 15.

bending, writhing, E. v. 276.
or quench, Æ. iv. 179. viii. 450. xii. lop, G. ií. 368.

tortus, par. wreathed, G. i. 349.
91.

tondeor, v. 3. I am mowed, G. i. 290. twisted, dose twisted, G. ül. 32. 106.
stain, G. ii. 8.
cut, G. ii. 451.

E. iv. 575. vii. 378.
wer, moisten, Æ. . 665. vii. 811. tonitru, n. indec. thunder,

lortuous, winding, G. j. 121. Æ. xii.
bathe, E. xi, 914.
dap of thunder, Æ. iv. 122. &e.

481.
imbrue, E. xii. 358.

tono, v. 1. 1 Thunder, G. I. 371.c. impetuous, £. vii. 367.
tingor, v. 3. I am dipped, G. i. 246. make a terrible noise, roar, E. iii. dartcd, 2. viji. 429.
stained, reddened, (imbrued,) Æ. iii.

571.

tor-us, i, m. a bed,
492.

Tour out, . iv. 513.
tinnit-uns, ús, m. atinbrel, G. iv. 64.

swellings, knots, collops of flesh, G.
ratile, cash, A. viii. 529.

iii. 81.
loud blows, (jarring.) E. ix, 809. tons-, árum, f. oars, Æ. vii. 28. X.
Tiph-ys, yos, m. Tiphys, E. iv. 34.

a dining bed, E. i. 708.

299.
Tishner-us, i, m. Tisander, Æ. ji. 201. torsus, par. clipped, sherred, shorn,

or couch, mattress, 2. ii. 2. v. 388.

tables, Æ. vi. 224.
Tisiphon-e, es, 1. Tisiphone, G. iii. (lutely gracil, G. i. 71.)
552. &c.

a mane, or fleshy muscular parts of
or new moned, G. iv. 277.
Tit-an, énos, in. Tiun (the sien,) E.

the neck, x. xli. 7.
wreathed with falinge, cut into a torvum, adv, sternly, loud, Æ. vii. 399.
fureuth, G. iii. 21.

torvus, adj. cruul, horrible, Æ. vi. 571.
of Titan or the giants, E. vi. 519.

oft and fine, (i. iv. 377 Æ. i. 702. grim, E. ii. 63.
of the sola system, Æ.vi. 725,

topi-ks, i, in. gravrl, scuebrush, stern, Æ. iii. 636. 677. vii. 415. X.
rotlen-stone, ti, ii, 214,

170.
Tithonius, adj. of Tithonus, . viii. torment-um, i, n. an engine or ma- sour-looked. G. lii. 51.

384.
Tithon-us, i, m. Tithonus, G.1. 447.

chine to cast any rissive weapon, tostus, par. roasted, G. I. 298. E. viii.
2. xi. 616. xii. 422

180.
torment, punishment, E. viii. 487. tot, adj. pl. ivdec. so many.
torn-us, i, n. a ladhe, (or the tururd totidem, adj. pl. indec. even so many,
work.) E. lij. 38.

as many.
or chisel, G. ij. 443.

as many as they, Æ. X. 576.
torpeo, v. 2. I rust, G, i. 124. toties, adv. so often, so many times,
lie, (cm) benumbe 1, 6. Ül. 370.

A. i. 407.
languish, E. ix. 499.

tot-us, ius, adj. all, the whole or full,
torp-or, óris, m. numbness, A. xii. Æ. i. 274.
867.

in full length, E. vi. 31.
Torquat us, i, m. Torquatus, 2. vi. the whole length. £. v. 186.
825.

trabál-is, e, adj. huge, large, like
torquens, éotis, par. whirling round beam, 4. xii. 294.

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iv. 119.
Titanius, adj. Titanian,

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titubátus, par. tottering, Æ. s. 332.
Tity-us, i, m. (nous. on) Tityus, E.

vi. 595.
Tityr-us, i, m. Tityrus, E 1.1. &c.
Tmar-us, i, m. Triarus, Æ. ix. 685.
Tmol-us, i, m. Tinolus, G. 1, 56.11.98.
togatus, adj. of the gown, gounted,

mearing the toga, Æ.i. 282
tolerabil-is, e, adj. supportable,
(non-lerrible

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trabeth, i, f. a narrow robe ers by transfix, X. X. 400. xi. 685.

quivering, £. ii. 52. 175. V 481,
kings, consuls, &c. Æ. vii. 187. tram-es, itis, m. track, wayrood,

xii. 94.
pash, £. v. 610. vi. 676.

get panting, Æ. I. 212.
tra-bs, bis, f. the beam of a house, channel, gutter, G. i. 108.

tremisco, v. 3. I tremble at,
plunks, Æ. i. 552.
the passes, E. xi. 515.

dread, £. iji. 648. xi. 403. sii. 916.
wood, timber, Æ. ii. 112.

trano, v. 1. I swim over, G.jii. 270. shake, Æ. v. 694.
timber work of the window frame, cut, (skim, ny over,) Æ. iv. 245. X. tremo, v. 3. ! tremble,
E. ii. 481.

265.

quake, G. i. 330. ül. 84. £. vi. 722
a ship, Æ. iii. 191.
pass over, Æ. vi. 671.

ix. 715.
mars, . iv. 556.

tranquilius, adj. calm (smooth,) E. ii. shake, Æ. iii. 30. vii. 722.
bodies, trunks, 2. vi. 181.

203.

red, totter, G. i. 473.
trces, boughs, E. ix. 87.

tranquillo, alys. in cclms, (calm wea- sprawl, £. iii. 627.
tractabil-is, e, adj. calm,

ther,) Æ. v. 127.

jar, Æ. v. 19€.
trorable, 2. iv. 459.

trans, præ. over, from one place to dread or fear, £. viii. 236. 850.
non--inclement, Æ. iv. 53.

another,

nod, Æ. ix. 732
tract-ans, antis, par. (subst. one) through, E. vii. 65.

quiver, Æ.. xi. 645.
handling,

on the other side, E. vi. 415. trem-or, oris, m. a trembling,
feeling, G. iii. 302.

beyond, G. iii. 213. Æ. ii. 403. vi. a quuking (of the earth,) G. ii. 479.
tractim, adv. one after another in $12

iii. 250.
drawling manner, continually, G. behin, E. viii. 102.

tremulus, adj. trembling, Æ. vü. 595.
iv. 260.

transadigo, v. 3. 1
I pierce,

quirering, twinkling, curling, E.
tract-iis, as, in. length, truin, G. ii. thrust through, Æ. ix. 432. xil. 276. viji. 105. Æ. vii. 3. viii. 22.
154.

508.

trepid-ans, antis, par. trembling, E.
extent, E. iv. 51. G. iv. 222. transcribo, v. 3. I separate, (plant in ix. 147.
streaks, G. i. 367.

a colony,) #. v.150.

eager, hasty, panting, G. iv. 69.
Spil, mould, vein, G. ii. 182. trar cribor, v. 3. I am resigned, disturbed, £. x. 788.
in its course, G. iii. 183.

transferred, Æ. vii. 422.

trepido, v. 1. I tremble, Æ. ii. 685.
touche embrare, E. ji. 683.

transcurro, v. S. I shoot along, Æ. v. &c.
space, erpansion, £. iii. 138.

528. ix. 111.

kurry (for fear,) hasten, eagerly,
tractus, par. dragged, £. vi. 558. vid. transeo, v. 4. I pass away, Æ. i. 286. Aiv. 121. ix. 114. xii. 737.
210.
or pass over, Æ. v. 274.

huddle, Æ. II. 416.538.
irndo, v. 3. I deliver,

liare unsung, G. ii. 102. Æ. X. 186. anxiously hasten, Æ. xii. 403.
commit to one's trust, care, charge, Jerry over, G. iv. 503.

trepidus, adj. fearfii, £. vii. 518.
E. iii. 2. 4. v. 713. xi. 710,
pass by, X. v. 526.

trembling

(for fear,) Æ. ii. 585. iii.
surrender, sulmuit, £. iv. 619.
pierx, bore, Æ. ix. 413. x. 817.

666. X. 656. xii. 583. 748.901.
tradico, v. s I transfer, E. viii. 99. or run through, E. xii. 926.

astonished, E. ii. 755. vi. 800.
traductor, v. 3. i an tran:ferred, G.
My pass, A. x. 785.

or surprised, 2. vi. 290.
iii. 157.
o'tirip, . xi. 719.

frighied, E. lii. 616. xi. 805.
trahe-a, x, f. a threshing dray, sled transfero, v. irr. I transfer, Æ. ii. eager, hurrying, G. iv. 73. Æ. vil.
without wheels, G. i. 161.
327.

638. xi. 838
tral-ens, entis, par. drawing, transfixus, par, stuck, thrust through, doubtful, uncertain, Æ. iv. 64.
druzging along, G. iv. 91. E. v. transfired, Æ. i. 41.

violent, exceeding great, Æ. iv. 672
403.
or piercing through him, Æ. xi. 615.

quick with haste, sudden, Æ. viii.
reflecting, Æ. iv. 701.

transformo, v. 1. I transform, G. iv. 5. ix. 169.
traho, v. 3. I drea,

441. £. vii. 416.

swift, hasty, Æ. j. 616.
druw out, f. xi. 810.

transfóssus, per. having them trans- panting, &. ix. 233.
draz, E. ii. 58. vi. 396.

fixed,

tumultuous, 2. ix. 756.
----long, x. il. 6$1. vi. 351. viii. thrust, pierced through, Æ. ix. 544. or mutinones, Æ. xi. 300.
192.

transilin, v. 1. I pass over, 2. x. 658. disordered, out of their ranks, Æ. I.
slowly alonz, Æ. iii. 140.
cut, Æ. xij. 839.

283.
a'lura, entice, E. ii. 65.

transmissus, par. wnfred, . iii. 403. solicilous about, concerned or anr-
lengthen out, G, iii. 98.
transmitio, v. 3. I transmit,

ious for, Æ. xii. 539.
pillon, G. ibi. 173.
pass orer, 10. jii. 329.

in great pain or fear for, E. xi.
muster up, collect, roll along after sronr opcr, . iv. 154.

730.
it, G. ill. 238.

am wafted over, E. vi. 313. tr-es, is, adj. pl. three.
turn, change, G. iii. 485.

transpório, v. 1. I prass over, Æ. vi. tribul-um, a threshing instru-
furl, G. iv. 117.

S28.

ment, (a flail) G. i. 164.
assign, ljust, E. i. 508.

transtr-um, i, n. rowing seats or bench- tribul-us, i, m. a thistle,
pritract, spin out, pass, Æ. i. 748. 8,

land-caltrop, G. i. 153. ill. 985.
il. 32. vii. 315.
oars, Æ. iij. 289. iv. 573.

tricórpor, oris, adj. three, or triple-
Stocep, whirl, Æ. ii. 307.
transverbero, v. 1.1 pass.

bodied, Æ. vi. 289.
Chyry along, G. ii. 183.

pierce through, Æ. X. 336. 484. tridens, éntis, m. a trident, G. i. 13.
Sicer p away, E. ii. 199.
stike through, 2. xi. 667.

2. i. 139. 145. ij. 418.
bear, snstch, E. ii. 321.

transversů, adv. askuunt, askew, E. triders, entis, adj. trident, three
lead, E. ii. 467. iji. 647. vi. 753. iii. 8.

forked or three spiked, Æ.' v. 145.
face,) xii. 585.812.
triinsterse, E. v. 19.

viii. 630.
contract, suck, 2. iv. 101.

transversus, adj. crossurize, atkwart, trietericus, adj. triennial, q. iv. 302.
roll, E. v. 85.

Giv. 26.

trif-aux, áucis, adj. three-morthcd, E.
reflect, Æ. v. 83.

trapét-um, i, 17. (" press or oil-mill vi. 417.
call. E. v.709.

fes birising or olives.) an olice- triginta, adj. pl. indec. thirty.
apont, E. vi. 537.

mill, G. ü. 519.

tril-ix, ivis, adj. tissue zrought of dif.
take, ... viii. 511.

trecéni-i, órum, pl. a'lj. three hun- ferent triple threads, i.iis. 487.
tear, Æ. ix. 340.

dred, Æ. X. 173.

v. 259. vii. 632.
trail along, x. x. 735.

tremebundus, adj. quivering, E. 3. Trinncri-ti, a, f. Sicily, Æ. iii. 440.
endure, Æ. X. 888.

321.

582 v. 555.
trahor, v. 3. I am draun,

tremesacio, v. 3. I make tremole, £. Trinacrius, adj. Sicilian, E. iii. 334.
dragged, E. i. 477. ij. 403. xii. 374. ix. 106, X. 115.

&c.
stretched out, G. i. 235.

or make shake or quakı, 2. vi. &03. tri-o, onis, m. (septentrio, per tme-
annfeed or driven about, G. iv. 60. tremefartus, par. trembled, shook, Æ. sin,) the north pole, or the lesser
linked together by frute, G. iv. 303.

X. 102.

bear, G. iii. 381.
formed, spread, G. iv. 557.

quirering, Æ. 11. 29.

trion-es, um, pl. m. two constellations
traiectus, par. trajerted,

astonished, frighted, &. ii. 228. SS2. near the north pole, Charles s
thrusl, stnbbed through, x. i. 355. xii. 419.

main, or the tao bears, Æ. i. 744.
X. 319.

tremendus, par. drea!fu, G. iv. 469. rii. 510.
transfired with, or having them or terrible. E. ii. 193.

tripl-ex, icis, adj. threefold, triple,
drawn through, E. ii. 278. v. 188. arxful, E. viii. 535.

Three, E. viii. 75. £.

X. 202.
broke, pierced, bored through, Æ. ix. trem-ens, éntis, par. tremlling, G. tripod-es, um, pl. m. (accus. -as.) tri-
413. x.939.

iii. 189. A. ii. 550. vi. 396. (for pods,
trajicio, v. 3. 1 pierce through, E. fear.) v. 451. xii. 761.

chairs on three feet, 2. iii. 360. IL
634.
shaking, E. ii. 509.

265.
paas, A. sj. 536.
dreading, E. vij. €69.

the tripos e Apollo, E. fil. 300.

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disti-or, us, adj. more sud, G. iv. 235. xij.723.

tundor, v. 3. em blown upon, or buf.
very sail or concerned, E. I. 228. trucido), v. 1. I kill, slay, Æ. ii. 494. feled, (pierced.) G. iii. 382.
more pernicious or ercoruble, E. iii. xii. 577.

am battered, £. iv. 448. v. 125.
trud-eos, éntis, par, pushing against, tunic-a, a, f. a coal,
trist-is, e, adj. sad, heuvy, vexatious,

G. j. 373.

rind, membrant, G. ii. 75.
G. iv. 531.

trudo, v. 3, 1 push or drive forward, vest, E. ix. 616. X. 818.
sorrowful, causing sorroz, Æ. li. shoof, E. iv. 105.

Corslet, Æ. x. Si 4.
115. ix 262. X. 612.
full along, G. i. 310.

Tobes, Æ. xi. 777.
frightful Æ. v. 840.

bul, G. ii. 74.

tunsus, par. bewer, trodden, G. iii.
terrible, drear'ful to behold, £. vi. short, put forth, G. ii. 335.
€35. vii. 197.

trudur, v. 3. I am put, thrust forth, G. pounded, squeezed, G.iv. 257.
tai le-tvasiing, Dino ty, E. vi. 7.

ii. 31.

bruised, battered, G. iv. 502. (piero
tiiter, G. i. 75. (or pungent,) il. 126. trunc-us, i, m. a stock (or body of a edy) . xi. 56.
E. v. 111. vii. 541. viii. 29. xi.

t.ee, E. viii. 315.) 6. li. 78. 9. vi. haring beat, Æ. 1. 481.
5A3.

207.

turb-a, æ, f. a naultitude, crowd, rab-
efended, sour, wry, fi. il. 217.
a trunk, G. ii. 426. üt. 233. X... . 83.

lle,
Sirk, careful, G. jsi. 67. £. vi. 275, 173. X. 835. xii. 105.

a kerd, E. i. 191.
sharp, bitlir, G. iii. 413. (severe, iv. a truncheon, G. ii. 63. 302.

brood, flock, E. jij. 233.
135.)

a body or corpse, (without a kead.) turb-ans, antis, par. disturbing,
sort, G. iv. 252.

2. ij. 567. ix. 382. X. 555. xii. raging, E. vi. 257. ix. 339. 397.
chominable, E. ii. 184.

382.

routing, £. ix. 692.
dire, cruel, Æ. 1.337.

truncus, adj. cut short, broken, £. turbátur, v. imp. there is a confusion,
or serere, Æ. vii. 596.

xi. 9.

bustle, or hurly-burly, E. i. 12.
or foul, unworthy, E. ii. 543.

short of, G. iv. 310.

turbátus, par. troubled, disturbed, E.
mournful, G. iv. 256. £. iii. 301. Ii. lopped, E. ill. 659.

viij. 29.
534. xii. 109.
mangled, Æ. vi. 197.

disordered, Æ. xii. 269.
denreful, E. ii. 14. £. iii. 366.

tru-x, cis, adj. fierce, grim, E. x. 447. perplexed, Æ. iii. 211. xi. 470. xii.
dreary, Æ. iv. 243. v. 754. vi. 438. tu, pro. tkou, yolu, passim.

160.
Surly, .£ vi. 3'5.
tub-a, æ, f. a trumpet,

confounded, Æ. ii. 67. xi. 669.
frtal, E. vii. 617.

or the sound of it, Æ. xi. 424. dispersed, Æ. vi. 75.
or destructise, E. iii. 80.

tuéndo, ger. in gazing, Æ. i. 713. viii. frightened, startled, £. vii. 767. ir.
baleju, E. vii. 787.

205.

124. xii. 302.
hurd, severe, Æ. X. 612.

tuéndus, par. to be preserved or bred angry, Æ. viii. 435.
inauspicious, Æ. xi. 259.

up, G. iii. 305.

confusel, Æ. v. €68. viii. 4. 223. ix.
urluky, ominous, G. i. 494. Æ. v. 7. to be defended, maintained, Æ. ix. 13. 531. XI. 297. xij. 925.
bad, larrullious, troublesome, Æ. 175.

surprised, £. ix. 735. xi. 796.
xi. 170.

tu-ens, entif, par. beholding, Æ. v. turbidus, adj. troubled, disturbed,
pensive, Gi. iv. 319.355.

575. ix. 65. X. 397. xii. 22. 792. flowing thick, choaked up, G. ik
inIncholy, (i. ii. 517. Æ. vi. 223. looking, E. ii. 8. E. ii. C04. vi. 467. 137,
xii. 10).

ix. 731.

dark, A. v. 696.
glumy, E. vi. 58 1.

tueor, v. 2. I defend, Æ. ii. 183. xii. foul, Æ. vi. 290.
trisúlrus, adj, forky, three-forked, G.

94.

incensed, furious, turbulent in ire,
iii. 483. E. ii. 473.
or guard, E. j. 564.

ix, ji. A. 763. xi. 742.
tritic us, adj. benrded,--thcaten, G. tenul, proiect, G. i. 21. Æ. vii. 443. haghty, proud!, Æ. x. 648.
1.219.

prole in canci tary to, protect, Æ.ji. confissid, thick, Æ. xi. 876. xii. 283.
Trilova, óuis, in. Triton, E. i. 144.

3.23.

roaring, Æ. xii. 685.
&c.
cye, E. iv. 342.

turb-o, inis, m. a boisterous rind, kur.
Triio.-es, um, pl. m. the Tritons, Æ. behold, E. iv. 451. vi. 688.

ricane,
V. 821.

tuguri-um. i, n. a cottage, hut, E. i. gust, G. i. $20.
Tritonia, ir, C. Pallas, Æ. ii. 171.

63.

whirlwind, G. ii. 470. Æ. i. 45. iii,
Tritos-is, idos, f. Pallas, A. ii. 2. Tull-a, x, f. Tulla, E. xi. €56.

573.
Tritonis, arij. Tritonian, an epithet Tull-us, i, m. Tullus, . vi. 814. vii. violent swing of the arm, £. vi. 594
of l'allas, Æ. ii. 615. v. 701. xi. 814.

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a top, Æ. vii. 378.
183.

tum, a.lv. then, passim,
tritúr-a, æ f. threshing, (abundunce,)

inptuosity, #. xi. 281. xii. 520
afterwards, Æ. v. 513. 1. 445,

591.
G. i. 130.
besides, G. i. 181. E. ii. 223.

turbo, v. 1. I embroil, x. xi. 401.
tritus, par. pounded, bruised, G. iv. luwens, évtis, par. swelling, Æ. vii. break, dissolve, Æ. xii. 633.
63.

810. viii. 86.

trouble, disturb, con found, Æ. .
Trivi-A, 2, f. Trivia, Æ. vi. 13. &e. heaving, G. iii. 421. Æ. ii. 381,

515. iii. 407.
trivi-um, i, n. highways,
boasting, bragging, q. xi. 854.

surprise, Æ. xii. 556.
streets, E. iii. 26. A. iv. 609.

tumeo, v. 2. I swell,
triumphátus, par. triumphed over, G.

put in confusion, E. xii. 70.
or am big with juice, G. ii. 324.

perpler, Æ. xii. 246.
ji). 33.
keane, Æ. vi. 49.

chuse, (6. iii. 412.) disperse, #. i
subdued, congruer'd, Æ. vi. 836. tumésco, v. 3. I swell,

335. iii. 449.
triumph-us, i, m. a triumph, conquest. am going to break out, G. i. 465.
Troad-es, um. pl. f. the Trojan wo-

dissipate, E. ix. 40%.
rise in high tide, G. i. 357. ij. 479. tremble, am troreled, Æ. vi. 800.
men, E. v. 613.

tumidus, adj. saollen (boisterous,) . turbor, v. 1. I am disturbed, 2. xii.
Tro-es, um, pl. m. the Trojans, £. i. i. 142. jii. 157. 357. v. 125. viii. 620.
30. &c.

120. 171.
Troj-a, or, 1. Troy, E. iv. 37. &c.

am perplexed, Æ. xl. 3.
swollen with poison, 2. ii. 472. am disordererd, E. xi. 618. xii. 599.
new Troy, E. X. 578.

swelling, G. ii. 102.
Trojan-i, brum, pl. m the Trojans,

am confounded, £. xi. 451.
clated, 2. ix. 596. X. 21.

am trouilid. (tassed, G. ii. 106.) ruf-
Æ. v. 683.

heading, Æ. X. 387.
Trojánus, adj. of Troy,

fled, iii. 253. A. iv. 566.
tumult-us, as, m. tumult, sedition,
Trojan, Æ. i. 19. &c.

turgco, v. 2. I swell, G. i. $15.
war, £. vi. 657. viii. 371. xi. 897.
Troján-us, i, m. a Trojan, Æ. vii.

burgeon, or sprout out, E. vii. 46.
uproar, E. ix. 397.

turn-a, a, s. a troop,
260. xii. 353.
hasto, E. xi. 447.

the lines, Æ. xi. $03.
Troilus, i, m. Troilus, Æ. i. 474.

noise, Æ. ii. 466: xii. 757.
Trojugen-a, æ, m. one born at Troy,

Turn-us, i, n. Turnus, E. vi. 56. &c.
tamul-us, i, m. a tornb, grate,
Trojan, Æ. iij. 559.

lurp-ans, antis, par. besmearing, Æ.
se pulchre, E. v. 42. &c.

1.832. xil 611.
Trujugen-2, árum, pl. m. Trojans, hill, hillock, mount, rising ground,
A. viii. 117.

turpis, e, adj. fou!, filthy, G. iil. 299.

G. ii. 276. iii. 475. E. ii. 713. 7412 411.557. iv. 96. E. y. 558. vi. 276.
Trojus, adj of Troy, Trojan, £. i. iii. . 40. v. 511. vi. 74. viii. 112. rinnatural, E. vi.49.
119.
xi. 6. xii. 136. 562.

tuorthless, tile, G. ii. 60.
trophæ'um, i, n. a trophy,

heap, busini, Æ. xi. 103.
or spoils taken in war, G. iii. 32. tunc, adv. then, at that time,

unshaped and surge, G. iii. 52.

ingloricu, dishonourable, G. UL
(formerly, Æ. 1.517.)
Tro-s, is, m. Tros, G. iii. 38.
(subst.) a Trojan, E. i. 574. X. 108. tund-ens, entis, par. puuncing, A. vi.
(afterwards, Æ. xi. 208.

unforan'd, shapeless, monstrow
xi. 592.

largs, G. iv. 39.
5.08.
(radio) Trajan, £. ri. 52. 126. X. 250. tundo, v. 3. I knock. bent. ... 731.

basc, corvardly, Æ. ii. 400. iv. 194.
turrigerus, adj. crowned oth tower

things

- art4 ៩ ត"

ci's

, E SU
izm 15

Anth per tot

&c.

Petty

263.

Æ. vii. 631. 3. 253.

vacat, v. imp. you are at leisure, £. i. vaporo, v.1.1 perfume, E. xi. 481.
turr-is, is, f. a torer,

S73.

vario, v. 1. I change, alter, water,
turreis, L. IL 445. ix. 46. 470. it is luwful, permitted, Æ. X. 625. xii. 223.

the fort or tower, P. i1. 575. 677. vacc-4, a; f. a cow, E. vi. 60. &c. stain, streak, G. i. 441.
turr-itus, sudj, towering,

heifer, £. it. 61.

reliede, Æ. ix. 164.
rising likc high tuwert, Æ. iii. 536. vaccini-um, i, n. a black-berry or hur- varius, adj. carious, diverse, sundry,
carrying towers, viü. 695.

tle-berry, E. ii. 18. 50. x. 39. or manifold, Æ. xii. 665.
wearing a crown with a turret, 2. račo, v. 1. I am rid of, £. ii. 123. or of diverse kinds or varimu serta,
vi. 789.
remain, E. xi. 173.

G. I. 383. £. vi. 285. 0& 73%
turt-ur, uris, m. a trertle, E. 1. 59.
vacu-un, i, n. open air, G. ii. 287.

viii. 95.
Tunc-i, órum, pl. m. Tuscans,
vre spesce, t. xii. 900.

different, Æ. iv. 286. viii. 21. 728.
Etrurians, t. xi. 623. xii. 551. vacus, adj. void, empty,

X. 160.
Tuscus, auj. Tuscan, G. i. 193. &c. tinpeoples, desert, G. 1. 62. jl. 225. or of divers colours, party-coloured,
tuss-is, is, l. a cough, G. iii. 497. solutury, &. iv. 82.

E. ix. 40. Æ. iv. 202. vi. 708.
tutamen, inis, o. a defence,

open, G. ii. 51. iii. 109. (spacitrus.) incrusted, inlaid with, G. ii. 463.
safeguard, E. v. 262.

113. £. . 515. xii. 592.

unequal, G. ji. 478.
tute, pro.thou, E. lii. 35.

careless, disengaged, G. iii. 3. variegated, spotted, speckled, G. ÜL
tulél-it
, æ, 1. guardian care, or pretec- free fiom ara, 6. iv. 90.

261.
tion, G. fv. 111.
spas 10 us, I coniy, #. ii. 578. vii. 579.

promiscuous, Æ. xi. 475.
tati-or, us, adj. more secure, Æ. iii. CT2Utd, E. ii. 761.

varium, neutsing. inconstant,
S77.
lity, E. xii. 176.

fickle, E. iv.569
tutissimus, adj. most safe or secure, wide, E. xii. 710.

Var-us, i, m. Varus, E. vi. 7. &c.
G. iv. 421.
vade. adverbialiter, gom,

vastál-or, óris, m. a destroyer of for-
turd, adv. sa foly, G. ii. 332.

proceed, I. ii. 402 480. iv. 223. v. est beasts, A. ix. 772
without danger, Æ. xi. 381.

543.

vasto, v. 1. I destroy,
tutor, v. 1. I defcrude

vadens, entis, par, walking, 2. vi. plunder, make havoc, G. iv. 16.
prolact, Æ. i. 677. v. 313. vii. 460.

bereave, 2. viii. 8.
tutus, arij. safe, secure,
vado, v. 3. 1),

vastus, adj; great, mighty, big, huge,
free from fear,) danger, E. x. 713. Darth on, Æ. . 369. 396. vili. 702. vast, (loul, G. iii. 232. A. i. 245.
inu, artair, £. iv. 373.
vadlaus, 'attj. fordable, X. vii. 728.

X. 718.
difendech, £. vi. 238. ix. 43. vad-un, i, n. l shullow ford,

immense, boundless, Æ. i. 118. ii.
(subst.) the safer yield, Æ. ix. 366. shclors, A. I. 112. v. 221.

780. iii. 191. C05. vi. 741. vii. 228.
in tutum, into harbour, ashure, E. sund, flut. A. X. 303.

X. 57.698.
i. 391.
gull, quackrand, . . 67€

lurge, wile, broad, extended, spre-
tuus, pro.tkine (orun.) your,
wave, Æ. viii. 91. ix. 713.

cious, Æ. i. 52. ii. 730. iii. 13.
thy friend, E. ix. 16. £. iii. 488. tide, 2. vii. 24. xi. 628.

451. 617. vi. 237. viii. 217. 424.
thy future sons or descendants, Æ. the sends, E. v. 158. 615. vii. 198. ix.

xi. 208.
xii. 820.

670.

neut. pl. roaste, Æ. ix. 323.
Tyberinus, adj. of Tiber, or (subst.) bottom of the sea, E. i. 130. vat-es, is, c. a seet, prophet,
Tiber. See Tiberinus, (auj. & fount, i. vil. 212.

en augur, soothsayer, G. iii. 491
subst.)
væ, interj. alas! wo! E. ix. 28.

2. iv. 65, 464. v. 524.
Tybr-is, is, vel idis, m. Tibtis. See vagin-, , f. a scabbard,

a prophetess, q. iii. 127. 246. v.
Tibris.
sheath, &. iv. 579. &c.

636. vi. 211. vii. 455. 442. viil.
Tyd-eus, ei, m. Tydeus, Æ. vi. 479. vaght-us, ùs, m. a slender

cry,

Æ. vi. 340.
Tydid-es, re, m. Tydides,

426.

or a Sibyl, E. ii. 448. 456. vi. 65.
Diomedes the son of Tydeus, £. i. vagor, v. 1. I wander, stray, rove, 78. 82. 125. 161. 189. 259. 372. 398.
97. &c.
iv. €6.

419. 562.
Tyınb-er, (vel rus) ri, m. Tymber, 2. spycud wide and far, Æ. ii. 17. post, E. vii. 28. Æ. vi. €С2. 669. vii.
X. 391. 394.
ride rourd, Æ. v. 560.

41.
tympan-um, i, n. a cymbal, timbrel, vale, v. 2. imp. farewell, adicu, E. iii. pout indeed, one that deserves the
E. ix. €19.

name, E. ix. 34.
E nace for wheels, or the covering val-ens, éutis, adj. & par. strong, G. priat, &. xi. 774.
of a wagon, G. ii. 414.

ii. 426. 2. v. 431.

prophecies, Æ. viii. 627.
myndar-is (itlos idis) 1. llelen, the fairest, ruddiest, G. 11. 70.

ub-er, eris, n. a teát, Æ. iji. 642. vii.
daughter of Tyudareus, Æ. ii. va.co, v. 2. I am able, can,

484. viii, 691. xi. 572.
563 €01.

prevail, signify, E. ix. 12. Æ. xi. an uldır or dug, E. ii. 42. iii. 99.
Typho-eus, eos, m. Typhodus, G. i. 223.

iv. 2. ix. 31. G. ii. 524. iii. 178.
279.
et tl, E. v. 67.

187. 319. 317. S36. q. il. 592.
Typhoeus, adj. Typhocan,
do, pe form, Al. xii. 798. 911,

(or milk,) E. iii. 3).
forged by Typhoeus, £. i. 685. Valer-us, i, m. Valerus, Æ. x. 752. a broast (of a woman.) E. v. 285.
tyránn-iis, i, m. a tyrant, (Pluto) G. validus, adj. strong, valiant,

vi. 428.
iv. 492,
stronger, G. ii. 367.

fruitfulness, (richness or fatness of
or haughly monarch, E. i. 361. viti. tough, G. ii. 447.

soil.) G. il. 185. 234. 475. A. I
483. X. 448. xii. 75.

kugs, firassy, G. iii. 172. iv. 331. Æ. 581. (tasun embract, iii. 95.) 164.
monarch, E. vii. 266.

401, xi, 651. 696. xii. 33.

vii. 262.
or king, f. iv. 320). vii. 342.

strong built, A. i. 120.

uberrimus, adj. very many or fruit
Tyr-es, is, m. Tyres, £. X. 103, all, full, collected, w. ü. 01. v. 500. ful, G. iv. 141.
2yri-i, brun, pl. m. Tyrians, Æ. i. stit touch, large, £. v. 13. X. 294. most wealthy, E. jii. 106.
423. &c.
mi Thy, f. x. 815.

ubi, adv, when, (F. iv. 118. vi. 271.)
Tyri-us, i, m. a Tyrian, £. j. 574. valles, (in.. xi. 522.) vallis, is, f. a val- or after taut, as soon as, Æ. I. 81
Tyrius, aiij. Tyrian, G. iii. 17.307. ley, dule, bottom,

715. ii. 720. Di, 410. v. 52. SIS
iv. 262. A. 1. 12. 20. 836. 388. X. or meads, G. iv. 277.

vi. 028. vii. 523. 471. 541. ViN.
55.
vall-um, i, n. a bank, bulwuk,

175. 51, A. CS3. xi. 10. xii. 81
Tyrinthi-us, i, m. llercules, 2. vii. u rampart with pallisades upon it, 441. 495.
662. viii. 228.

E. ix. 324.

where, G. ii. 486. ic. 49. Æ. jil. 312.
Tyrrhen-i, órum, pl. m. the Tyrrhe- ral-us, i, m. a stake, G. i. 264.

iv. 595. v. 382. x. 78. 297.
nes, A:. viii. 003. xi. 171, 733. or poles, (i. ii. 409.

where socvet, .F. VII. 100.
Tyrrhénus, adj. Tuscan,
vann-18, i, f. a fan, G. i. 166.

there, Æ. vi. 897.
Eirurian, L. vii. 13. c.

vanus, adj. vain, in vain, E. i. 302. ubique, adv. in all pinces,
Tyrrhén-us, i, m. Tyrrhenus, X. X.

e apty, G. i. 226.

coery where, Æ. Í. 001. &c.
787. xi. 612. 686.
false, deceitful, Æ. ii. 80.

l'calek-on, untis, m. I'calegon,
Tyrrhens, ei, m. Tyrrheus, 2. vii. (pl. n.) triftcs, Æ. ii. 287.

(melou.) Ucalegon's house, £. ii.
485. 508. 532.

boundless, (trifling, G, iii. 79.) A. S12
Tyrrhia-r, árum, pl. m. the sons of iv. 12.

udus, adj. wel, moist, G. ii. 77. li.
Tyrrheus, A. vii. 484. ix. 28.
unr, uriled, 2. viii. 253.

S68. (liqui!) 4. vii. 355.
Tyr-os, (vel-us.) i, 1. Tyre, L. i. 34€. inorant, t. X. 631.

mistra'd with

smoke, or the soaking
&c.
bring E. xi. 715.

SCO, Æ. v. 621.
V

Hvernaliter, rainly, Æ. si. 251. derry, G. fil. 423.

var-or, oris, m. fire, t. v. 683. 638,
VAC-ANS, átis, par. desert,

gues, formy, Æ. vij. 354.
long spires or wreaths of smokt, ... soukuil, G. vii. 446.
lying waste, (1. tu, 177.

my clinging, E. v. 98%.

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CLAVIS VIRGILIANA.
ve, conj. enclil. or (E. ix. 211.) either, renát-us, ûs, m. hunting, 2. vii. 747. or to conue, G. iv. 338.
passim,

viii. S18. ix. 245. 605.

to drive, E. vi. 346.
and, Æ. x. 150.
sylvan spoils, R. ix. 107.

descending, Æ. iii. 158.
veet-is, is, a bolt or bar, Æ. vii. 609. vendo, v. 3. I sell, £. I. 484. vi. 621. future, Æ. ii. 458.
vecto, v. 1.1 carry, E. vi. 391. xi. 138. venen-um, i, p.Poison,

approaching, G. iv. 156.
vect-or, oris, m. a sailor or mariner, poison of love, 2. i. 628.

about to return Æ, viii. 550. 576.
E. iv. 38.

charms, magic simples, £. vii. 190. about to arist, Æ. x. 93.
vectus, par. carried, G. i. 204. E i.

powerful drugs, E. viii. 93.

pl. n. things to come, future, 2. ii.
121.
purple color, G. ii. 465.

125.
bore away, Æ. xii. 651,

venerabil-is, e, adj. venerable, q. vi. vent-us, i, m. the wind, a gale, E. ii.
arrived, A. vii. 124.

403.

26. passim,
tossed, Æ. iii. 325. vii. 228.
sacred, . xii, 767.

& furourable wind, 2. ii. 25. 180.
driven about, Æ. i. 376. 524. vi. 335. venerandus, par. venerable, adored,

air, &. iy. 257, 705. x. 82.
692

G. iii. 294.

storm, tempest, E. iii. 81. G. i. 445.
flying, Æ. vii. 65.

much esteemed, adoruhle, Æ. ix. 278. ii. 360. 2. i 43. 162. 307. 3SS.
veho, v. 3. I carry, bear,
vener-ans, antis, par. bowing ah, A.

551. vii. 27. X. 36.xii. 685.
bring about, G. 1. 461.

xii. 220.

impetuvus, force, flash, blast, E.ü.
bring, Æ. v. 105.

venerátus, par. reverenced, reverend, 649.
toss, Æ. vi. 356.

Æ. iii. 460.

Venul-us, i, m. Venulus, E. viii. 9.
transport, E. vii. 364.
veneror, v. 1. I worship, adore,

&e.
vehor, v. 3. I um carried,

reverence, 2. in. 79. 84.

Ven-us, eris, f. Venus, E. vii. 62. &
sail, G. iv. 289. come sailing on, Æ. implore, £. vii. 597.

passim,
x. 165.
veni-a, æ, f. faroour,

one's love or mistress, E. ij. 68. G.
ride back in state, E. xi. 44.
pardan, G. iv. 536. Æ. j. 519.

iii. 210. iv. 516.
rude or am draun, Æ. xii. 162. grace, Æ. xi. 101.

coition, love, G. ii. 329. iii. 64. 97.
vel, conj. or, passim,

a gracious air, Æ. xi. 107.

(joy of love.) 157.
even, E. iii. 50. viii. 69. G. ii. 289. veniéndi, ger. Of coming, E. i. 418. lust, pleasure, G. iv. 199. Æ. vi. 28
iii. 202. E. xi. 259. 438.
vi. 488.

xi. 736.
and, Æ. vi. 769.

veniens, éntis, par. coming, spring- vepr-es, is, m. a thorn, briar,
velám-en, inis, n. a covering, G. iii.

bramble, G. i. 271. &c.
SS.

being at hand, E. v. 82. E. vii. 587. ver, eris, n. the spring, E. ix. 40. pas
a mantle, teil, Æ. i. 649.711. vi. hovering over, E. ix. 13.

sim,
221.
flying, E. ix. 746.

sky, season, G. iv. 77.
velátus, par. covered,

next, future, G. ij. 405.

verdure, bloom of foreign grasses,
veiling their bodies, Æ. xii. 120. returning home, G. iv. 167. Æ. i. G. ii. 149.
dressed with fillets, Æ. iii. 174.

434.

ver-a, órum, pl. n. true things,
adorned, Æ.
v. 366.

rising, appearing, E. viii. 17. G. iv. the truth, £. ii. 161. iii. 434 vi. 100
stretched full, hung with canvass,

466. £. vii. 218. ix. 668.

real things, £. iii. 316.
Æ. iii. 549.
shooting, Æ. iv. 258.

verbén-a, æ, f. servain, (or all sucred
having their temples wreathed or descended, E. v. 573. X. 544.

learses that used to adorn the ala
bounch, E. vii. 154. xi. 101. being, displaying itself, £. v. 344. tars, E. viii. 65.)
crowned, Æ. X. 205.

peeping, Æ. x. 241.

verb-er, éris, D. a stripe,
Velin-us, i, m. Velinus, (a lake or making to, Æ. iii. 652.

thongs, G. I. 309.
river,) £. vii. 517.712.
landing, É. X. 277.

whip, lash, G. iii. 106. 208. 252. E.
Velius, adj. of Velia, (a city) or of approaching, advancing, Æ. vi. 755. v. 147. vi. 558. vi. 336. 378. 451.
Velinus, &. vi. 366.

A. 456. xi. 145 vi, 46, 535.
velivolus, adj. navigable, Æ. i. 224. pouring upon, Æ. vii. 587.
vello, v. S. I rend, pull up, Æ viii.

the beating, flopping, Æ. xii. 876,
rushing in, Æ. xii. 299. 510. 540 verbero, v. 1. I beat,
650.

Venili-a, æ, f. Venilia, £. x. 76. dash, sweep, lash, G. i. 141.
pluck (away,) unfix, A. ii. 480. venio, v. 4. I come,

verb-um, i, n. a word, E. ix. 45.
mode, G. iv. 108. A. xi. 19.
spring, grow, G. i. 54.

passim,
twitch, E. vi. 4.

urrive, Æ. ii. 781. vi. 85. 86. 532. a charm, G. ii. 129. iii. 283.
level with the plain, Æ. ix. 506. approach, am at hand, E. vii. 47. loftiness of language and express
lift, tug, Æ. x. 381.
X. 77.

sion, G. iii. 283.
wrench, Æ. x. 889. xi. 566.

reach, Æ. iv. 387.
vellor, v. 3. I am pulled up, £. iii. 28.

complaining strains, £. ii. 96.
become, G. i. 29.
vell-us, eris, n. a fleece,

verunt, £. 1. 547. xi. 638.
mount, G. i. 90.

verè, adv. truly, E. vi. 188. ix. 617.
flakes, fine threads, G. i. 397. ii. 121. happen, E. xi. 42
wool, G. iv. 334.

vereor, v. 2 1 fear, passim.
am discovered G. i. 145.
woollen fillets, Æ. iv. 459.

vergo, v. 3. I incline, look towards,
return, G. i. 216.

G. ii. 298.
skins, Æ. vii. 95.
velo, v. 1. I cover, hide,
pour, fall, G. i. 322.

descend, sink, Æ. xii. 727.
roll, lash, flow, G. il. 108.
crown, bind, 2. ii. 250. v. 72.

verius, adj. n. more just or fit, Æ. xil
am, G. ii. 130. £. vii. 470.

694.
clothe, 2. vii. 815. viii. 33.
veil, Æ. viii. 277.
appear, Æ. i. 353.

verd, adv. but, but yet, truly, passim.
fall, tumble, Æ. ix. 544.
veloci-or, us, adj. more swift, Æ. iv.

verr-ens, éntis, par. sweeping, G. iil
run, Æ. xi. 149.

201.
174.

come in arms, Æ. xi. 286.
velor, v. 1. I am covered, G. iii. 383.

verro, y. 3. I sweep, brush,
£. ii. 406. 545.

happen to, seize, Æ. xi. 538.733. whirl along, Æ. i. 59.

venor, v. 1. I hunt, E. X. 56. G. iii. lask, Æ. vill. 674.
or crowned, (wear a chaplet of) Æ.

410.

versando, ger. in ploughing, G. i
V. 134.
vel-ox, ocis, adj. surift,
vent-er, ris, m. abelly,

119.
fleet, G. u. 405. X. V. 253.

large size, a swelling like a belly, G. vers-áns, ántis, par. deliberating,

iv. 122
vel-um, i, n. a sail,

weighing, E. v. 702. xi. 551.
hunger, Æ. U. 556.
curtain or banner, A. i. 469.

lors,
velut, adv. as, like, just as, pas- ventósus, adj. windy, E. ix. 58.
veluti, sim.

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versicol-or, óris, adj. of various co-
entrails, E. iii. 216.

painted, Æ. X. 181.
ven-a, a, f. a vein,

stormy, G. i. 206. £. vi. 335. verso, v. 1. I turn,
cleft, chink, G. i. 91.

breathing, full of wind, Æ. viii. 449. turn round, Æ. v. 408.
loud, blustering, E. xi. 390.

or poise, Æ viii. 619.
vainly boasted, Æ. xi. 708.

apply, A. iv. 630.
swift, Æ. xii. 548.

change, E. ix. 5.
ven-ams, antis, par. hunting, Æ. vii. ventum est, v. imp. it cume,
493.

tend, feed from place to place, E.
(pl.) hunters, huntsmen, . ix. 551.

ventúr-um, i, n. futurity, E. iv. 52.
Æ. vi. 66. viii. 627.

fan, G. iii. 289.
(things
are come.) E. xii. 809.

carry about, stir up, G. iv. 88.
or huntsman, 2. xi. 678. xii. 751.
he comes, G. iii. 9a.

skift, E. i. '967.
he is arrived, Æ. x. 710.

contride, la, Æ. ii. 62. xi. 704
they come, Æ. iv. 151.

nieditate, recolze, Æ. iv. 563. X. 288.
famed for hunting, A. ix. 178.

they came, 2. vi. 45. viii. 562. whirl round, Æ. v. 460.
renktura, sun. to hunt, &. iv. 117.
venturus, par. ubcut to come, Æ. ii. roll, Æ. vi. 362.

ouetur, con found, 2.vii. 538.

venabul-um, i n. a hunting spear,

Æ. iv. 131. ix. 533.

xii. 5.
venát-or, oris, m. a hunter,
Yenatr-ix, icis, l. a huntress,

huntress-like, Æ. i. $19.

x. 68.

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