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wield, Æ. ix. 747.

poinied spear or pile, G. ii. 168. breach, £ ii. 494.
ruelter, Æ. xi. 699
vosalus, ailj. furionis,

the places about me, E. li. 76%
tonithe, A. xi. 753.

inimuderate, Æ. ix. 340. x. 724. voyage, Æ. lii. 714. v. 28.
wheel, Æ. xii. 664.
insolent, 20. X. 583.

course, Æ. v. 582
vers-us, ús, m. a ver 86, song, E. v. 2. vesc-ens, éntis, par. feasting, Æ. vi. circuit, tropics, &. vi. 796.
& passim,

etriets, Æ. viii. 717.
a runk, Itru, Giv, 144.
vescor, v. 3. I eat,

the means, endeavour, attempt, &
a tire of rewers, £. v. 119.

druto in, live upon, Æ. i. 546. iii. xii. 405.
versuc par. turned,

339.

an expedient, Æ. xii. 913.
(turned runnd, F. X. 573.) iii. 448. vest'is, adj. eatulle, to be eaten as viat-or, oris, m. a traveller, G. iv. 98.
alire ted, E. X. 28.

fora, G. t. 175. iv. 131.

&c.
changed, 2. vii. 777.

Vesévus, adj. of Vesevus or Vesuvi- vibr-ans, ántis, par. quivering, E. ii.
mitmmvrphosed, transformed, E. UK, G. il 234.

211.
vii. 180.

vesp-er, eris, m. the evening star, brandished, Æ. ix. 769.
drezon, G. i. 93.
or evening, E. vi. 86. &c.

darted or driven with a full ring,
confounded, blended, transposed, G. the rest, Æ. v. 19.

689.

Æ. x. 484.
1. 505.

Vest-a, æ, f. Vesta, G. i. 493. &c. vibrátus, par. darted, E. viii. 524.
bel, strack in it, drove or pointed fire, G. iv. 381.

curled, frizzled, Æ. xii. 101.
rt it, , ii. 309.

vester, pro. your or yours, E. iii. 83. vibro, v. 1. 1 shake, brandish, E. xi.
shifted, G. iii. 24. Æ. i. 391.

&c.

606.
shiut backwards, G. iii. Si.

or thy, Æ. x. 189.

viburn-um, i, n. underwood,
routed, G. iji. 120. Æ. ix. 686. 756.

yotu country's, Æ. xi. 637.
x. 512. xi. 472. 618. 629. 684. xii. vestibul-um, i, n. a porch, portal,

broom, shrubs, E. 1. 26.

vici-a, it, f. a vetch or tare, G. i. 75.
462.
an entrance into a hive, G. iv. 20.

227.
pushed, G. iii. 222.

vestig-ans, ántis, par. seeking, £. xii. vicini-a, a, f. neighbourhood, G. Iv.
inverted, Æ. i. 478. xi. 93.

557.

290.
turned upwards, 2. v. 141. X. 208. vestigi-um, i, n. the print of a foot, vicinus, adj. ncar, neighbouring, ad-
reversed, E. viii. 210. xi. 287. footstep, E. ii. 12. &c.

joining
sbrrrted, Æ. xi. 264.
relics, taint, E. iv. 13. 31.

vicin-us, i, m. a neighbour, E. iii. 53.
verténdus, par. worked backwards signs, tokens, marks, G. il. 258. £. vicis, (gen. à vix,) t. pl. vices, coure,
and forwards, kneaded,
iii. 244.

stead,
wrough, G. i. 179.

feet, G. iii. 59. Æ. v. 331. vi. 159. instead of, G. iii. 188.
Terl-ens, éntis, par. rolling, E. viii. 197. 331. XI. 788.

by turns, G. iv. 166.
438.

sole of the feet, G. iii. 195. Æ. vii. un interchange, Æ. vi. 535.
vertex, icis, m. the top or head (of a

dangers, attacks, charges, Æ. ii. 433.
rock, hill, or mountain,

tread, steps, Æ. iii. 659. ix. 797. X. loss, fortunes, events, E. iii. 376.
a pole in the heavens, G. 1. 242.

283. xi. 573.

posts, E. iii. 634. ix. 164.
lop, heal of a tree, G. ii. 291. Æ. i.
symptoms, Æ. iv. 23.

watch, guard, Æ. ix. 175. 222.
629. iv. 4.15. ix. 682.

fore feet, (primi pedis.) Æ. v. 566. vicissim, adv. by turn or course,
mountain, G. ii. 440.

course, motion, £. v. 592. vi. 547. alternately, E. iii. 28.
the north pole, G. lii. 11.

xi. 290. 763.

in her turi, . iv. 80.
or above, G. ii. 310.

vestigo, v. 1. I search after or out, Æ. victim-a, æ, l. a beast killed in sans-
prow of a ship, A. i. 114.

vi. 145. xii. 467.

fice for a victory,
sinmál, Æ. i. 225.
descry, Æ. xii. 588.

a victim, G. ii. 141. A. xii. 296.
crown of the head, Æ. iv. 698. xi. explore, reconnoitre, Æ. vii. 132. sheep to be sold in order to be sacri-
6-12.
.vestío, v. 4. I clothe, cover,

fiad, E. I. 34.
verto, v. 3. I turn, change,

closely intermix or interweave, E. vict-or, óris, m. a conqruror, victor,
happen, fall out, E-ix. 6.

iii. 39.

as it were in triumph, G. iii. 9.
plough, G. i. 2. 147. £. vii. 539. vest-is, is, f. a garment, robe,

3
mind, G. 1. 289.

victorious, conquering, G. d. 27. E.
(a beard, Æ.
viii. 659. Serv.).

ili. 324.
interpret, translate, G. iii. 148. habit, Æ. v, 619. vii. 167. xíi. 825. famed

for conquests, G. di. 499. E.
em changed, G. iii. 365.

Vesul-as, i, m. Vesulus, Æ. x. 709. V.372.
overturn, denulish, Æ. i. 20. ii. 625. veter-es, um, pl. m. the ancients, G. i.

second conqueror,

Æ. v. 493.
v. 810. vii. 407. X. 88.

176.

master of oue's wish, Æ. ii. S29. vili.
Goud, end. E. i. 671.
vetérn-us, i, m. sloth, inactivity, G. i.

50. xi. 505.
ulter one's mind, Æ. i. 237. 260.

124.

victori-a, æ, f. victory,
contounul, Æ. i. 652.

veterrimus, adj. dery old, Æ. ii. 515.
driut, E. i. 528.

conquest, G. iii. 112. &c.
vetit-um, i, n. a prohibition, Æ. x. 9. such an exploit as this, E. ji. 584.
polio, atcer, Æ. lii, 146."

vetitus, par. forbidden, E. vi. 02. ix. victi-ix, icis, adj. she that conquereth,
ur direct, E. v. 23.

517.

victorious, . xi. 764.
mench E. v. 586.
veto, v. 1. I forbid, hinder,

triumphal, E. viii. 1S.
stick, infix, 2. vi. 101. ix. 713. dissuade from, £. ii, 84.

conquering, (2. iii. 54.) in triumph,
1962
,. ix. 165.

vetor, v. 1. I am forbidden, Æ. i. 39. triumphantly, Æ. vii. 544.
nisl., 2. X. 593.

vet-us, eris, adj. old, ancient, vietu, sup: to live, conquer, or be re-
* back, Æ. iv. 189. x. C-16.
fore, £. ii. 448. v. 39. 576.

nouncd, 2. i. 445.
Curry back, Æ. xi. 282.

past and over some time ago, Æ. i. vict-us, ùs, m. food,
Trut, turu buck, E. ix. 800. xi. 784. 23.

sustenance, G. i. 149. ii. 460. is,
disperse, E. xi. 798.
former, past, Æ. iv. 23. vi. 418.

158. Æ. i. 214. ii. 649.
vertor, v. 3. I am tuned, changed, 2. vetust-as, átis, f. old age,

fodder, G. iii. 520.
X. 7.
tract, Æ. iii. 415.

breed, Ajii. 142.
transformud, Æ. vii. 309.

posterity, Æ. x. 792.

victus, par. conquered, vanquished,
am demolished, E. ii. 625.

vetustus, adj. old, ancient, Æ. iii. &1. subdud,
voll round und shifted, E. ii. 250. &c.

outdene, E. in. 21.
vii. 101.

vexatus, par. plagued, Æ. iv. 614. mastered, E. ix. 5.
nun, um settled, A. iii. 378.
vexo, v. 1. I disturb,

chapped, loosened, G. i. 180.
com pissed, E. v. 628.
toss up and down, E. vi. 70.

(animi) being no longer master of,
mush, move, 7. vii. 78. ix. 23. Ulens, éntis, in. Ufens, 2. vii. 745. G. iv, 491.
tum, £. x. 523.

&c.

baffled, Æ. i. 37.
:!if, serveile, E. xij. 915.

vi-a, æ, f. a way, road, journey, Geerpowered, E. ii. 608 xil. 23.
stund for, E. i. 15€.

pusage through the pores, G. i. 89. 254.
veru, 1. tl spil,

Track, G. i. 238.

softened, or relenting with pity, E
qjawlin with a rounded point, Æ. tomper, qualities, G. i. 418.

iv. 370.
vii. USA.
a nithod, manner, G. 1. 122.

subdued with grief, q. iv. 434.
ver-um, 1, 1). truth, Æ. ii. 111. iv. 188. a (erdorin method or invention, G. broken, Æ. vii. 40. 452.
vii. 452. X. 630.

ii. 2. iii. 164.

quite ruined, Æ. viii. 471.
verum, conj. truly, but, but se!, E. i. a clef, G. ii. 79.

iverpowered, Æ. ii. 452 ir. 337.
ale utenue, G. ii. 273.

slain, X. X. 842. xil. 640.
verus, adj. right, truc,

circl, orbit, G. ii. 477.

though they are even conquered, E.
proper, G. iii. 2.9. £. viii. 332.
puss, dit h, G. iii. 1411.

xi. 307.
ital, Æ. I. 407. 403. vi. 8u1.
Hurch, G. iii. 347.

almost conquered, Æ. xii. 799.
Terutus, adj. arm'I wick around rath, E... 101. y. 52.

prevailed upon hy your sit, 2. xil

tied, G. ii. 416.

forces, E. viii, 173. 637. x. 303.
videndi, ger. of seeing, E. 1. 27. Æ. crowned, Æ. xii. 120.

forceful saing, Æ. ix. 431,
il 137.

vincul-um, i, n. a band, chain, bond, substance, Æ. *.68.
videndo, ger. by being seen, G. üi. knats, E. viii. 78.

nourishment, sop, f. xi. 71.
215.

cables, Æ. i. 168. ix. 118. X. 253. virésco, v. 3. I gruw foesh and greena
videndas, par. to be seen, visible, Æ. ties, Æ. iv. 16. 59. xij. 30.

G. j. 555.
ii. 589.

sandals, £. jv.518. viii. 458. virét-um, i, n. a green, £. vi. 638.
vid-ens, entis, par. seeing,

ligaments, fastenings, Æ. v. 408. virg-a, æ, f. a twis, (bough, E. vi.
perceiving, E. i. 70. &c?
string, £. v. 510. 5-15.

144.) xi. 65.
opening his eyes, E. vi. 21
restraint, Æ. vii. 203.

brushes, G. i. 206.
foreseeing, G. i. 354.
reins, Æ. xi. 492.

(thurea) frankincense-tree, G. is.
video, v. 2. 1 see or perceite,

vindemi-i, w, f. the vintage (grupe,) 117.
foresee, E. ii. 125.

G. ij. 6. 89. 522.

bough, G. ii. 358. Æ. vi. 403.
heed, G. iv. 459.

vindico, v. 1. i rescue, Æ. iv. 228. wand, g. iv. 242. vii. 190.
visit, £. vi. 134.

vine-a, e, f. a vine or vineyard, E. iv. virgátus, adj. chequered, X. viii. 660.
understand, E. x. 652. xi. 179.

40. G. 390. 403.

virgeus, adj. made of osiers, asier, G.
dispose, Æ. x. 744
vinét-um, i, n. vineyard, G. ii. 29e.

i. 165.
think, consider, reflect on, Æ. xi. rows of vines, G. ii. 357.

triggen, G. ii. C20.
394

vinit-or, oris, m. a vine-dresser, E. .. brushy, £. vii. 403.
distinctly view, Æ. xi. 909.

36. G. ii. 417.
videor, v. 2. I am seen, E. iü. 65. &c.

Virgili-us, i, in. Virgil, G. iv. 565.
vin-um, i, n. wine, E. v. 71. &c.

virgineus, adj. virgin, G. i. 480. &c.
or seem, E. vi. 24.
viol-a, a, f.a violet, E. V. 38. &c.

female, E. iii. 216.
or appear, E. vii. 41.

violabu-is, e, adj. that may be pro- virginit-as, átis, f. chastity,
think, Æ. ii. 750. v. 231.

faned,

virginity, Æ. xi. 523. xu. 141. 878.
viduátus, par. free from, clear of, G. non--inviolable, Æ. ii. 151.

virg-o, inis, f. a virgin muid,
iv. 518.
violari-um, i, n. a bazık or bed of vio-

Astrea, E. iv. 6.
riduo, v. 1. I deprive, bereave, 2. lets, G. iv. 52.

female or woman, E. vi. 47. 52.
viii. 571.
violentia, æ, f. violence, E. xi. 354.

mistress, G. ill. 268.
vigeo, v. 2 I flourish, prosper, £. ii. rage, fire, fierceness, Æ. xi. 375. celestial maid, heavenly female, vir.
86.
xii. 9. 45.

gin indeed, Æ. 1, S21.
enlarge, spread, Æ. iv. 175. violenti-or, us, adj. fiercer than usual,
vig-il, ilis, m. a sentry,

maiden daughter, 2 ii. 403. iii
G. ii. 107.

321.
guards, £. ii. 266. 335. ix, 159. 221. more rapid, G. iv. 373.
vigil-ans, antis, par. watchful,

the girl turn'd cow, the female, E.
violentus, adj. violent, strong, 2. vi. vii. 791.
quick, £. v. 138.

356.
with his eyes broad open, Æ. ix. 315.

nymph, Æ. xi. 536.
impetuous, insolen!, £.x. 151.
that kecpeth awake, or never goeth violo, v. 1. I violate, £. iv. 27.

female infant, Æ. xi. 565.

virgúlt-um, i, n. a young shoot or
out, £. iv. 200.

profane, Æ. ii. 139.
vigilándus, par. guarded or provided

sprig, Æ. xii. 207.
break, A. vii. 111.

browse, E. .. 7.
against, G. i. 313.
lay waste, £. xi. 255.

trees, G. ii. 3.
vigilanti-a, i, f. watchfulness,

round, E. xi. 277.

lushes, brakes, G. ii. 328.
diligence, G. ii. 265.
or hurt, Æ. xi. 591. 848.

Inyers, G. ii. 346.
vigil is,) e, adj. ever waking, Æ. iv. stain, E. xii. 67.

shrubs, Æ. iii. 23. v. 661. vi. 704.
182.
violor, v. I. I am hurt,

underwood, little trees, £. vii. 677,
vigilo, v. 1. I wake, £. x. 228. 229.

wounded, E. xii. 797.

STODES,

2. xii. 522.
watch, Æ. iv. 573.
viper-a, æ, f.a viper,

virid-ans, ántis, par.green,
viginti, adj. pl. indec. twenty, Æ. i. adder, G. iii. 417.515.

verdant, Æ. v. 339. 388.
694. &c.
vipereus, adj. of vipers, Æ. vi. 281.'

grassy, 2. vii. 435.
vig-or, oris, m. strength of body, G. viperous, (venomous,) Æ. vii. 851. virid-is, e, adj. green, (verdant.) E
iv. 418.
753.

ij. 9.
force, activity, £. vi. 780.
v-ir, iri, m. a man, passim,

moesy, E. i. 76.
the vigour of the soul, Æ. ix. 611. a brave man, a man of honour, E.
vil-is, e, vile, of no value, G. 1. 274.

still fresh and green, E. i. 31.
iii. 7.

hale, Æ. vi. 304.
or hungry, common, G. i. 227. captain, father, E. vii. 7.

alive, spreading, E. v. 13.
mean, G. i. 165.

hero, soldiers, G. ii. 142. £. ii. 18.
base, vulgar, inferior, Æ. xi. 372.

refreshing, E. vii. 12.
373, ix. 503. X. 280.

of greenwood, E. ix. 20.
vili-or, us, adj. more vile, E. vii. 42. heroes, chiefs, G. ii. 167. Æ. vi. 415.
vill-a, æf. a village, E. i. 83. &c.

swelling, G. L. 815.

490. 863.
villósus, adj. hairy, shaggy, Æ. viii. charioteers, riders, G. iii. 252.

out in flowers, flowery, G. iv. 30.
177. 266.

fruitful, blooming, G. iv. 291.
ye brave rearlike youth, Æ. ix. 153.

ever-green, Æ. n. 125.
vill-us, i, m. coarse shag hair,

252.

twreathed with greens, £. v. 180."
feeces, G. iii. 386. 446,
citizens, £. i. 507. vi. 814.

blooming, Æ. v. 295.
rough nap, G. iv. 377. Æ. i. 702.

people, £. I. 532. 566. ii. 782.

viridissimus, adj. very or more green,
vim-en, inis, 8. a rod, or osier twig, E. forces, 2. iii. 8.
ii. 72. G. ii. 341. 446. iii. 166. iv.

or full of, G. ill. 144.
their friends, £. 1.517.

viril-is, e, adj. male, Æ. vii. 50.
34. E xi. 65.

my friends, E. ii. 668. iv. 573. zi.
strainers, G. il. 245.

manly, Æ. iii. 342.

14.
binding twigs, G. ii. 414.

or beyond his years, Æ. ix. 311.
the servants, Æ. vi. 41.

virósus, adj. medicinal, efficaciorid,
stalk, or winding trail, G. iv. 123.'

messengers, E. ix. 193.
shrub, shoot, 2. lii. 31.

powerful, G. 1.58.
the mariners, 2.v. 177.

virtus, utis, f. virtue,
sprigs, £. vi. 137.

husband, E. viii. 32. G. iv. 475. Æ.
pinineus, adj. full of bushes, osier, G.

valuable endoaments of mind and

il. 744. iv. 192. 461. 656. vi. 306.
i. 95.

body, #.j. 566.

vii. 53. 268.
viacio, v. 4. I tie, hind,

courage, Æ. ii. 367. 390.
husbandmen, farmers, G. i. 210.
inclose, Æ. i. 337.

glory, conquests, E. vi. 806.

313.
vincl-um, i, n. See vinculum.

virus, n. indec. poison,

ghosts, R. vi. 712.
vinco, v. 3. I win, conquer, overcome,

venom, G. i. 129. iii. 419.
the youths, E. ix. 471.
ewel, E. iv. 55. vii. 64.
virag-o, inis, f. a worlike maid, £. vis, vis, f. strength, might, force,

a viscous juice, G. ii. 28).
surmount, fly as high as, G. ii. 123. xii. 468.
outlast, survive, G. ii. 225.

industry, G. I. 198.
Virbi-us, i, m. Virbius, &. vii. 762.
coerpower, burst open, or can't be

777.

impulse, occult quality, G. ii. 479.
contained in, 6. ii. 318.

violence, G. iv. 37. £. i. 529. 1. 857.
vir-ens, entis, par. flourishing,

898. xil. 150.
am equal to, exalt, raise, G. ill. 289.

green, G. ül: 146. &c.
purge, G. iii. 560.

S power, 2. 4.
having a green edge round their
sterwhelm, subdue, Æ. i. 122.

powers, Æ. vii. 432.

banks, G. iv. 18.
dispo, £. 1. 727.

viscer-a, um, pl. n. entrails,
vireo, v. 2 I am green or flourish, E.
um master of, R. vi. 148.

flesh, G. ül. 569. Æ. ib. 662. v. 103
vii. 59. &c.

vi. 253.
vincor, v. 3. I am conquered, wrecked, vir-es, iam, pl. f. help, assistance,
#. ix. 92.

bowels, 2. vi. 833. viii, 180.
support, G. ii. 360
Slootumus par. about to tze, G. jj. 94.

énmost blood, A. vii. 374.
power, E. vii. 258.
lactos, par.bound, £. 1. 498.

the body pieocmeal, . viil. $14.,
interest, & vii. 404

prey, 27

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286.

visc-am, i, 33. ricire, £. 1. 205. uln-a, r, f. an ell, E. ill. 105. G. iii. umbror, v. 1. I am sảaded,
birbimo, G. i. 133. iv. 41.

355.

grow dark, 2. li. 508.
viscudi, ger. of seeing, A. ii. 63. ulteri-or, us, adj. distan!,

umbrosus, adj. shady, E. ii. 3. &e
viséndus, par. worth one's going to further, id. vi. 314.

tlarksome, A. viii. 242.
sce, G. iv. 309,

ulterius, adv. further, Æ. xii. 806. una, adv. together, at once, passim,
vis-ens, enuis, par. visiting, Æ. viii. 938.

with him, Æ. vi. 35.
157.

ultimus, adj. the last, extremest, unanim-is, e, adj. loving, confidante
visu, sup. to be seen,
I. i. 111. li.621. outermost, A. v. 218.

Æ.iv. 8.
vi. 277. vii. 78. viii. 234. ix. 465.

remotest, G. i. 30. E. iy. 431. xii. agreeing, Æ. vii. 335.
821. 2. 637. xii. 152.

S34.

unanimus, adj. oil at once, together,
visum, i, 11. a sight, vision, E. iii. 172. the very last there, Æ. ii. 249. ix. unanimously, Æ. xii. 264.
a prodigy, E. iv. 456.

759.

unctus, par. greated, G. ii. 584.
visum est, v. imp. il is scen, Æ. ix. the worst, Æ. iv. 537.

new pitched, £. viii. 91.
375.
the goal, Æ. v. $17.

or careened, Æ. iv. 498.
it seemed, E. IL, 621.

the last allotted, E. vi. 478. uncus, adj. crooked,
it pleased, G iv. 394. £. ii. 428.
original or first, Æ. vii. 49.

bare, unarmed, with only nails on
iii. 2.
distant, Æ. viii. 187.

them, G. ii. 365.
visúrus, par. (about) to sce, Æ. v. 108.. (pl. n.) extremities, Æ. ii. 446. biting, sharp, G. ii. 423.
viii. 576.

ult-or, oris, m. a revenger or avenger, having claws or talons, Æ. ii. 217.
to tsy, experience, G. ii. 68.

(repenge.) Æ. ii. 96.
vis-us, ús, m. sight,

vengeful, Æ. vi. 818. xi. 260. hooky, Æ. v. 255. ix. 564. xi. 723
aspect, &, viii. 109. X. 447. xi. 271. ultra, prae. beyond, E. vii. 27. Æ. vi. xii. 250.
prodigy, Æ. iii. 36.

114.

unda, æ, f. water, liquor, G. i. 296.
visus, par. scen, Æ. vi. 409. X. 787. ultra, adv. any farther, Æ. iii. 480. sterges, G. ii. 451. 2. vi. 295.
secuid, visible, Æ. v.610.

a waving throng or tide of people,
vit-a, æ, f. life,
besides, Æ. is. 732.

G. ii. 462
human life, E. vi. 663.

ultr-ix, cis, adj. revengefu, Æ. iv. torrent, G. ii. 254.
lot or conlition of life, G. iv. 252. 479. &c.

lake, G. iii. $49. E. vi. 328. 385.
souls, G. iv. 224.
most eager, Æ. ii. 587.

xii. 91.
shades, ghosts, Æ. vi. 292.
vengeful, Æ. xi. 590.

channel, G. iii. 361.
vital-is, e, adj. vital, Æ. i. 388. ultid, adv. willingly, without compul- fountain head, G. iv, 355.
viteus, adj. vinous, of wins, G. iii. sion, of one's own accord,

sca, Æ. i. 106. vi. 195. 202. 285. 507.
380.

first, G. iv. 530. Æ. ii. 279. 372. iv. iv. 628. v. 11. 193. 789, 796. 868.
vitiosus, adj. rotten, mouldering, G. 80 4. vi. 387. x. 282. 312. 606. xi. X. 281.650. xii. 803.
ii. 453.

billow, wave, Æ. i. 161. iii. 200. 384.
vit-is, is, f. & vine.
of himself, Æ. v. 446.

423. 565. 673. v. 151. 165. 193.
vitisai-or, oris, m. a planter of vines, eagerly, Æ. x. 278.

595. 629.820. vi. 174. 354. 357.
L. vii. 179.
at once, Æ. X. 830.

vii. 523. 588. 719. viii. 87. 91. 589.
vitium, i, n. (evil, mischief)

impetuously, easily, quickly, A. 710. ix. 99, X. 48, 09, 765, xì.
intemperate heat, E. vii. 57.

xii. 3.

405.625.
barrenness, a vicious disposition, G. ultus, par. having revenged, E. vi. trmpost, Æ. iii. 209. 39.
i. 88.

240.

river, £. iii. S02. vi. 425. in. 22.
vito, v. 1. I shun, Æ. ii. 433.ili. 567. uly-a, , f. sen-weed,

.

stream, current, 2. iii. 389. vi. 43e.
vitreus, adj. transparent,
rushes, E. vii. 87.

vii. 759. x. 833.
crystal, G. iv. 350. Æ. vii. 759. long sedgy grass, G. iii. 175.

oecan, Æ. iv. 253. 381. xii. 204
viita, a, i. a fillet,

reeds, £. ii. 135.

train of waters, £. viii. 72€.
wreaths, &. ii. 168. iii. 64. 81. y. 366. sedges, Æ. vi. 416.

tide, Æ. X. 307. 560).
vii. 237.

ulul-a, a, f. a screech-ow!, E. viii. 55. shiprereck, Æ. xii. 768.
grlands, . ii. 296.

ulal ans, antis, par. howling, G. i. 486. und-ans, antis, par. Powing, Æ. v.
itul-a, il, f. a heifer or young cow, E. shouting, Æ. xi. 662.

1:46. xii. 471.
iii. 23. &c.
ululát-us, ús, m. nn howling,

streaming out in fiames, G. i. 472.
vitulus, i, m. a calf, G. il. 195. &c. shrieks, Æ. iv. 667. ix. 477.

traving, G. ij. 437.
bullock, stce, G. iv. 299.
yells, &. vii. 395.

swelling, disturbed, foaming, G. iii.
u sea-cell, G. iv. 434.

loud luments, E. xi. 190.
viv-x, acis, adj. long lived, E. vii. 30. ululátus, par. whose name is howled, thick-rolling, redounding, Æ. ii.
G. ii. 181.
Æ. iv. C09.

609.
rivendi, ger. of living, Æ. x. 346. ulula, v. 1. I hoztl, A. vi. 257. vii. 19. boiling, Æ. vi. 218. vii. 463.
vivendo, ger. in living, A. xi. 160. rinn, resound, E. ii. 433.

gushing, flooding, Æ. x. 908.
viv-ens, intis, par. living, X. X. $19. shriek, E. iv. 163.

unde, adv. from whence, passiin,
olive, Æ. X. 513.

Uly'ss-es, is vel ei, m. Ulysses, E. viii. by which meuns, G. i. 63.
rividus, adj.
brave, stout,
73. &c.

fron what quarter, G. i. 461.
rigorous, Æ. X.609.

Umber, ra, rum, adj. Umbrian, Æ. from whom, £. v. 123.56& vi. 766.
redoubted, Æ. v. 751. xi. 386.

xi. 753.

viii. 71.
fleet, E. xii. 753.

mb-o, onis, m. the surface or boss of on rohich account, E. vi. 242 vit.
rivo, v.s. I live,

a shield or target, E. ii. 546.

778.
id)forewell, E. viii. 58.

a shild or target, E. vii. 633. undecimus, adj. the eleventh,
last, grow, am nourished, G. iii. 451. the target's orb, E. ix. 210. 8. 272. alter ab undecimo, twelve, (19) E.
Æ. v. 651.
884.

viii. 59.
bleed fresh or inward, Æ. iv. 67. umbr-a, e, f. a shade, shadow, undique, adv. all around, on every
sivus, adj. living, £. 1. 721.

shady boughs, E. v. 40. ix. 20. G. i. side, passim.
to the life, E. vi. 848.

157.

undo, v. 1. I stream, roll, Æ. xii. 673.
still growing, G. ii. 27.

cloud, Æ. xi. 611. xii. 669.

undósus, adj. rough,
running fresh, G. ij. 469. 2. ij. 719. dusky light, Æ. ix. 373.

stormy, Æ. ju. 693. ir. $13.
to the quick, G. iii. 442.

darkness, G. i. 209. Æ. vi. 271. Sł0. ungu-en, inis, o. a clammy juice,
strong, fresh, G. iii. 419.

866.

ointment, G. iii. 450.
immortal, G. iv. 226. E. xii. 235. the night, Æ. xi. 210.

ungu-is, is, m. a nail,
natural, Æ. i. 167. iii. 688.
shade, Æ. v. 81. vi. 510.

in unguern, to a nail's breadth,
yet living, alive, Æ. vi. 531. xii.

phantom, 2. vi. 289. 894. x. 595. actly, accurately, G. u. 277.
214.

686.

a clari, Æ. v. 352. viii. 558.
vix, adv. scarce, hardly, with much or image, Æ. vi. 894.

talons, Æ. xi. 752. xii. 255.
ado, passim.

a ghost, G. iv. 472. E. iv. 386. vi. ungo, y. 3. I aneint, Æ. vi. 219.
ulciscor, v. 3. I revenge, Æ. ii. 576. 231. X. 519.

plaister, G. iv. 46.
&c.
the manes, Æ. iii. 632. xi. 81.

tinge, &. ix. 773.
tulcus eris, n. a sore, ulcer, G. iii. shades below, P.. X. 541. Il. 831. ungul-a, æ, f.a hoof, G. ill. 88. &c.
434.

xii. 881.952.

unquam, adv. ever, at any time,
ullg-o, inis, f. impregnating or fut- relirenent, Æ. vii. 619.

at length, after being kept out of is
tening juices of the earth,
urbraeul-uni, i, n. an arbour,

a long time, &. vi. 770
poriness, G. ii184.

buwer, E. ix. 42.

unus, adj. ong, alone,
ullus, adj. any, passim.

umbrátus, par, shaded, ... vi. 772.
wimus, l, f. an elm-tree,

one only, G. ii. 83. Æ. v. 815.
umbrifer, adj. shady, Æ. vi. 473.
whole elms, G. vii. 378.

one, single, Æ. i. 47.
Umbro, onis, m. Umbro, 2. vij. 752. knited, continuous, £. ill. €17

90.

.

&c.

one thing, E. lii. 435. vi. 106. ix.

whirling, Æ. vii. 378.

volúpt-as, átis, f. pleasure, E IL 60.
284. x. 903. xii. 60.

cureering swiftly, Æ. xii. 328.
the saine, *. iv. 110. v. 616. viii. volito, v. 1. Illy often,

the passion of their race, G. ül. 130
142. 1. 201. 703. xii. 272. 282. whisk, whirl round, G. i. 568. Volus-ns, i, m. Volusus, &. i. 468
the very same, G. iv, 1841.

am the theme, or frequent subject, volutabr-um, i, n. alaire,
the like, Æ. v. 303.

G. iii. 9.

the soil (of a wild boar.) G. iiL 411,
to a man, Æ. v. 687.

hover about, Æ. v. 666. xi. 546. Folút-ans, antis, par. rolling about,
the only person there present, Æ. v. fleet, Æ. vi. 293.

revolving, Æ. 1. 50.
704.
Mutter, Æ. vi. 329. 1. 641.

falling, throuring himself on, E.
single, Æ. vi. 783.
ride round, Æ. xii. 126.

iii. 607.
above all mortals, Æ. vii. 556. solo, v. irr. I will, (2. xi. 527.) or an volúto, v. 1. I roll,
being a match ulone, or above the willing of,

con over, E. ix. 37.
Test, £. viii. 447.
please, E. vii. 19.

think, E. iv. 558.
together again, 2. vill. 576.
choose, G. i. 26. E. xi. 528.

meditate, revolve, £. vi. 185. L 189.
they two only, 2. ix. 544.

am pleased, at pleasure, G. ij. 218. xii. 843.
him alone, &. ix. 801.
am pleased to make, Æ. i. 733. volutus, par.

being rolled, rolling,
unanimous, Æ. X. 182
megn, signify, £. vi. 318.

whirling, G. iii. 521.
in one hand, Æ. X. 410.
wish, seek, desire, £. vi. 436. ix.539.

trickling down, Æ. x. 790.
only, £. xii. 57. 817.

xi. 111.303.

vom-ens, éntis, par. vomiting, casting
together, E. vii. 2. £. xii. 714. volo, v. 1. 1 Aly, run or go quickly, out,
vocans, antis, par. calling or calling mount upwards, G. iv. 226. £. vii. expiring, 2. viii. 199.
for,

466.

belching, Æ. viii. 259.
naming it, G. ii. 148.

spread a flying report, Æ. iii. 121. vom-er & vom-is, eris, m. the coulter
inviting, G. iii. 322. 2. v. 656. viii. skim, Æ. v. 819.

or share of a plough, G. i. 46. &c.
712.

Volsc-ens, éntis, m. Volscens, Æ. ix. the plough, G. ii. 424. iii. 515. E.
seeming to call aloud, £. iv. 460.

370. &c.

vii. 798. xi. 318.
pocatúrus, par. about lo call upon, £. Volsc-i, orum, m. Volscians, G. ii. vomo, v. S. I vomit, voniit up or forth,
iv. 384.
168. &c.

pour forth, G. ii. 462
vocátus, par. called,

Volscus, adj. Volscian, E. vii. 803. flash out, £. viii. 681.
invokéd, G. iv. 7. £. i. 219. jii. 253. volubil-is, e, adj. spinning,

vorág-o, inis, f. a gulf,
595. v. 211. viii. 707. xij. 95. whirling, Æ. vií. 382.

whirlpool, Æ. vi. 296.&c.
assembled, £. v. 758. vii. 246. xi. voluc-er, °(ris,) re, adj. swift, any voro, v. 1. I suck in,
379.
thing that flieth saift,

swallou, E. i. 117.
rallied, Æ. v. 581.

thin, light, G. ii. 217.

vort-ex, icis, m. an eddy,
vocifer-ans, antis, par. calling, or rapid, £. I. 317. viii. 433.

whirlpool, G. i. 481.
crying out woud, Æ. ii. 679. &c. flitting, Æ. ii. 794.

whirls, fulls, Æ. vii. 31.
voco, v. 1. I call, name,

feathered, Æ. v. 242. 544. xi. 858. fall, £. vii. 567.
call to, Æ. xii. 312.

xii. 415.

torrent, Æ. xii. 673.
invoke, call upon, E. i. 37. G. i. swift winged, Æ. v. 488.

vos, pro. pl. you, ye, passim,
347. ii. 529. . iii. 264. 303. 526. liquid, light, Æ. v. 503. xi. 795.

ye ninc muscs, Æ. ix. 525.
v. 98. 231. 514. 686. vi. 506. vii. fleeting, slippery, Æ. ii. 794. vi. 702 vosmet, pro. pl. yourselves, Æ. i. 207
133. 471. viii. 275. xi. 740. xii. volucr-is, is, c. a bird, G. iii. 243. &c vot-um, i, n. a vow or promise mada
181.
vultures, E. vi. 42.

to God,
seem to require one's presence, E. i. screech oris, G. i. 470.

offerings, E. v. 74.
40.

volvéndus, par. rolling on successive- utmost wishes, G. i. 42. 47.
call down, obtain, G. i. 157.

ly, or one after another, £. I. 269. prayers, G. i. 157. iv. 536. Æ. iy
challenge, dare, G. iv. 76. Æ. vi. rolling, passing, &. ix. 7.

158. v. 597. viii. 556.
172. xi. 375. 442.

volv-ens, entis, par.rolling, or having vowed or promis'd fires, £. iii. 279
draw, engage, Æ.i. 610.

roli'd round

2020s and prayers, Æ. ix. 310.
incite, &. ii. 70. 222. 357. 455. iv. drugged on, G. i. 163.

votus, par. devoted, Æ. xii. 769.
223. 303. 417. 678. vi. 519. ix.
passing away, G. ii. 295.

voveo, v. 2. I vow, Æ. x. 774. xi. 553.
920. 619. xi. 476.

tracing backwards, Æ. i. 262. v-ox, ocis, f.a voice, word,
stir up, ercite, Æ. ii. 668.
revolving, Æ. i. S05. iii. 102.

song, E. iii. 51. Æ. X. 193.
recal, Æ. ill. 101.

rolling round, Æ. iv. 363. 643. xii. notes, G. 1.410.
demund, Æ. vi. 821, X. 472

939.

speech, G. iv. 320. 505. Æ. i. 406.
send for, Æ. vij. 193.

volúm-en, inis, n. a.
folding,

iii. 172. iv. 76. 447. xi. 730. xii.
assemble, . vii. 508.
joint, G. iii. 192.

318. 912.
call forth, £. vii. 614.

spires of a serpent, £. ii. 208. v. 85. noises, Æ. iii. 556.
rally, £. viii. 696.

xi. 753.

answer, . v. 616. vi. 492. xi. 274
summon, Æ. ix. 22. 2. 2. xi. 97. folds, Æ. v. 408.

sounds, Æ. vi. 44.
admit, Æ. xi. 322

volunt-as, átis, f. the will, E. vi. 675. laments, Æ. vi. 426.
snatch, kurty, Æ. xii. 487,

xii. 647,

note in music, Æ. vi. 646.
beg, implore, Æ. xij. 780.
volvo, v. 3. I roll,

che sound, 2. viii. 217.
vocor, v. 1. I am invoked, G. I. 42. Æ. dart up, belch forth, G. i. 473. pote, suffraçe, Æ. xi. 343.
i. 290.

send forth in clouds, G. iji. 85. language, q. xii. 825.
nominoned, Æ. iii. 494.

bear or whirl down the stream, G. upili-o, onis, m. a shepherd, E. x. 19.
admitted, E. vii. 578.

iy. 255. E. i. 101.

urb-s, is, f. a walled town, city,
vol-ans, ántis, par. fying, running am involved in a round of, or al- the inhabitants, Æ. ii. 265.
quickly,

ways harassed with, Æ. 1. 9.

people, Æ. iv. 187.
sailing, G. ii. 11.
determine, ordain, . i. 22.

Rome, E. i. 35.
whirling, bounding, G. iii. 181. roll in curls, E. iii. 206.

Mantua, E. ix. 1.
stretching at full speed, G. iii. 194. mingle, shuffle, Æ. iii. 376.

a commonwealth, G. iv. 151..
(the becs) flying, G. iv. 16.

complete, turn round, Æ. vi. 748. a hide, G. iv. 195.
streaming quick along, £. v. 52. meditate, revolte, Æ. vii. 254. ur-ens, entis, par. killing, G. ii. 196.
subst. birds, £. vi. 239. 728.
fold, wrap, £. viii. 539.

urg-ens, entis, par. pressing, G. I. 146.
nodding, Æ. xii. 570.
throw doron, tumble, A. ix. 512.

&c.
volándo, ger. in short Mights, Æ. vi. roll down, É. xj. 529.

urgeo, v. 2 I press, terge,
199.

roll over, Æ. xii. 329.
volatıl-is, e, adj. missive, E. iv. 71. volvor, v. 3. I am roll'd,

press down (cover) G. ii. 351.

am at hand, G. i. 443.
viii. 694.
am whirl'd round, G. ii. 402.

drive, G. iii. 200. £. i. 111.
volém-um, i, n. the warden or pound- glide on, G. iii. 438.

hasten forward, Æ. ix. 489.
er pear, G. ii. 88.

trickle down, Æ. iv. 449.
vol-ens, éntis, par, willing, wishing,

urgeor, v. 2. I am pressed,

whirl round, slide round quick and drove, G. iü. 222. £. vií. 705
ondancow, G. li. 500.

smooth on their acles, £. iv. 524. crushed, Æ. iii. 579.
the nonce, or purpose, G. iii. am tossed, Æ. v. 629.
129.

tortured, E. vi. 561.
am plunged, grovel, 2. vi. 581. attacked, 2. X. 575.
commanding, Æ. i. 303.

tumble, sink down, Æ. ix. 414. 433. urua, &, f. a water pitcher, & vil
consenting, E. viii. 133.

xi. 640.
solitans, ántis, par. Aying often, lay extended, E. 1. 590.
strinming about, or fluttering round,

an urn, E. vi. 22. 432.
leap down, Æ. xi. 889.
B. vik 89. viit. 650.

uro, v. 3. I burn,
am dispersed, æ. xii. 591,

dry up, exhaust, (impoverish, G.L

1

792

77.) 78. iii. 215.

in the same dress or habit at, E.T. every where, abroad, G. lil. 484
check, gall, G. ii. 56.

667.

round about, Æ. iii. 643.
torment, £. I. 662.
so that, E. viii. 88.

all around, Æ. vi. 283.
uror, v. s. I am burnt, Æ. iv. 68. with what delight, Æ. viii. 155. vulgor, v. 1. I am spread abroad, E.
ursa, c, f. a she bear, Æ. v. 37. &c. least, that I might not, &. xi. 269. xil. 608.
urus, i, m, a male bear, G. üi. 247. utcunque, adv. howsoever, Æ. vi. 822. Fulg-us, i, m. & n. the common people,
&c.

ut-er, ris, m. a leathern bag like a or soldiers,
ur-us, i, m. a buffalo, G.ii. 374. iii. 532. bottle, G. i. 284.

the herd, bulk, or rest of the flock,
usquam, adv. any where,

utérque, adj. both or each, E. iii. 28. G. iii. 469.
in uny place. }. i. 604. &c.

&c.

the common herd, Æ. i. 190.
at all, E. viii. 568.
uter-us, i, m. the belly,

the vulgar, G. iv. 69. £. ii. 798.
usque, adv. continually, alway, inside, E. ii. 20. &c.

vulnero, F. 1. 1 (wound) grate upon
all along, E. ix. 64.
carcass, G. iv. 556.

offend, £. viii. 583.
still, or a long while, Æ. ii. 628. vi. womb, £. iil. 428.

vulpificus, adj. wounding,
487.
flank, E. vii. 429.

deadly, Æ. viii. 446.
usque aded, so much, so far, E. 1. 12 uti, conj, as, Æ. vii. 528. xii. 488. vuln-us, eris, n. a wound,
G. iv. 84.
that, G. ii. 285.

a slight wound, E. xii. 378.
usque adeone? is it so much or far? hoze, E. vi. 31. £. i. 466.

a mortal zound, Æ. xii. 943.
Æ. xii. 646.

utili-or, us, adj. fitter, (best) G. ii. 93. blous, strokes, E. ii. 650. v. 435.
quo usque? how long? E. v. 384. util-is, e, adj. profitable,

436. xij. 720.
usque, ad, præ. as far as, quite to, E. good for, G. i1. 150.

malady, G. iii. 455.
5. 43. is. 9. ad usque, Æ. xi. 262. seasonable, G. ii. 523.

perplexity, Æ. xii. 100.
usque sub, towards, or very near, G. utinam, adv. oh that! would! oh had! the passion of love, Æ. iv. 2.
1.211.

oh was, E. X. 35. &c.

vulp-és, is, f.a for, E. iji. 91.
usque ab, as far back as, G. iv. 203. utor, v. 3. I use,

vulsus, par. turn, Å. j. 650. xi. 724.
ab usque, as far as, coen from, 2. experience, prove, £. vi. 546. vull-ur,

uris, in. a vrdlture, Æ. vi. 597.
vii. 289.
enjoy, Æ. xii. 932

Vulturn-us, i, m. Vulturnus, E. vil.
super usque, beyond, Æ. xi. 317. utrinque, adv. on every side,

729.
us-us, as, m. use,

around, £. vii. 566.

vult-us, ûs, m. the countenance,
life, business, E. ii. 71.
utróque, adv. on both sides,

face, Æ. v. 848.
experience, G. i. 153.

from one side to the other, Æ. v. image, E. i. 64.
curious search, experience joined 469.

sight, Æ. ii. 539.
with art, G. ii. 22.
uv-a, æ, f. a grape,

looks, A. ii. 173. iv. 4. vi. 47. 755.
passage through, G. iil. 135

cluster
of grapes, E. iv. 29. &c.

848.
work, G. jii. 163.
trine, G. 1. 9.

head or eyes, Æ. iii. 320.
breed G. ill. 211.
the vine, G. ii. 60. 91.

mien, figure, Æ. iv. 556.
profil, G. iii. 306. 559.

a swarm of bees dike a large cluster form, shape, Æ. vii. 20. 416.
communication, £. ii. 459.

of grapes, G. iv. 558.

visage, Æ. viii. 156.
need, full employment, £. vii. 441. uvidus, adj. wet, moist, E. x. 20. eyes, Æ. xij. 70.
ut, adv. as,

Vulcani-a, x, 1. Vulcania, (Sicily) Æ. ux-or, óris, . a bride, E. viii. 29.
conj. that, passim,

viii. 422

uxorius, adj. wroriors, too fond of
in the same manner, E. v. 79. Vulcanius, adj. forged by Vulcan, Æ. your intended wife; or of one
hoz, E. vi. 33. 44. G. iij. 24. 250. £. viii. 335. xii. 733.

who already thinks you all one as
1. 667. IL 4. 283. vi. 513. 779. vii. of fire, E. X. 108.

a husband, Æ. iv. 266.
814. X. 20. xii. 143.

Vulcau-us, i, m. Vulcan, G. iv. 346.
afler what manner, E. vi. 65. 66. G.

X
&c.
ii. 121. Æ. vi. 513. viii. 191. 288. fire, G. i. 295. Æ. ii. 311. ix. 76. Xanth-o, us, £ Xantho, G. iv. 336.
as soon aus, after that, when, G. ii. vulgátus, par. celebrated,

Xanth-us, i, m. Xanthus, Æ. 1. 478
426. Æ. 1. 306. ii. 119. 531. iii. 53. known, E. i. 457.

&c.
Ir. 269. 586. v. 8. 178. vi. 102. 385. thread-bare, G. üi. 4.

Z
490 vii. 112. viii. 1. 107. 225. 362. difused, blazed, Æ. viii. 554
610. Iz. 889.683. 722. x. 148. 365. vulgo, v. 1. I make known,

Zacy'nth-os, i, f. Zacynthus, &. iii.
418. 441. 570. 821. xi. 36. 40. 500. disclose, Æ. X. 64.

270.
838. 854. 892 uli. 1. 47. 129. 324. vulgo, adv commonly, G. iii. 363. Zephyr-us, i, m. Zephyr, the west
S53. 557. 669. 710, 869.
over all the world, E. iv. 25.

wind, E. v. 5. &c.
for, E. v. 329.

oft, G. j. 476.

zon-a, æ, f. a zone of the earth, G. i.
becawe, £«281
ever, usually, G. iij. 246.

238. &c.

FINIS.

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