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Fallacia and pellacia confounded, 351 Foedera, of the laws of nature, 150
Fallowing, how practised in Italy, 151 foll. Foedus, of bad weather, 178
Falsus, 'counterfeited,' 67

Folia, perhaps for flores, 57
Fama = fabula, 334

Fontes, “spring water,' 344
est, volat, &c., with infinitive, 70 Forest-trees introduced in Georgic ii. chiefly
Families, disruption of in the civil wars, 246 as supporters of the vine, 196
Far, of corn in general, 152

Formido, senses of, 283
Farrago, 270

Fortis ad aliquid, 256
Fas et jura, 172

Fortuna, of a family or nation, 325
Fascis, meanings of, 97, 324

laborum, 290
Fastidium ferre, afferre, 53

Fovere, of paying attention to a person, 37:
Fastigium, meanings of, 224

shades of meaning of, 208, 309, 327: of
Fata, of oracles, 352

occupation, 288, 307
Fate, Stoic doctrine of, 186

Fremere, of a war-horse, 146
Fatiscere, senses of, 162

Frequens, with genitive or ablative, 213
Fauns associated with Dryads, 146

Frigidus, of rain, 171
Fecundus, with ablative, 241

Frigus, of winter, 31
Felix, &c., with genitive, 173: and for- Frondatio, time of, 26, 97
tunatus, 246

Frondator, 26
Fennel flowers used for garlands, 101 Frons, of leaves stripped for fodder, 102
Ferax, with genitive and ablative, 216 Frutices, trees without trunks, 197
Ferens ventus, 226

Fucari, not necessarily in a bad sense, 243
Feriae denicales, 172, 173

Fucus, of the pollen of flowers, 307
Fermentum, of beer, 284

Fulcire, of pressing against where there is
Ferre, of fate, 57: of giving and receiving no support, 68
presents, 61: of destroying, 241

Fulica, fulix, what, 182
-- pedem, 146 : sacra, 244

Fulminare, of a warrior, 363
Ferri equis, 194

Fumantia and spumantia confounded, 250
Ferruyo, colour intended by, 190

Fumus, of steam, 216
Fertilis, with genitive, 213: with dative, Fundamen, 320
316

Fundere, of easy production, 146
Fervěre, &c., 189

Fures, comic for servi, 37
Fescennina licentia, 235

Furor, of the object of passion, 103
Fessus, of sickness, 332

Future, in an imperative sense, 102: cou-
Festivals, old, mostly rural, 249

pled with perfect subjunctive, 280, 333
Fetus (adj.), various senses of, 25, 317

(subst.), of produce of all sorts, 328 -
Fibra, 192

G.
Figere, of hitting with a bullet, 177
Filix, 213

Gadfly, Greek and Latin names for, 264
Fine weather, sign of, 184

Galatea in Theocritus and in Virgil, 23, 75
Fingere, of moulding clay, 237: of making Galbanum, 287
honey, wax, &c., 309

Galls, astringent power of, 332
Fire, blazing of, a good omen, 89, 345 : Gallus (C. Cornelius) represented as a shep-
for the sake of light, 240

herd, 12: complimented with a place in
Firmare animum, 346

legend, 69 : connexion of with Virgil, 98:
Firmus, of wine, 204

mention of in first draught of the Geor-
Fiscella, used as a strainer, 106

gics, 302
Fish suffer from epidemics, 299

Gangaridae, 254
Flagellum, the shoot at the end of the vine- Gardening, one of the occupations of Vir-
branch, 226

gil's shepherds, 24, 33, 41 : Virgil's half-
Flax exhausts the ground, 152: when sown, intention of treating of in the Georgics,
166

314, 318
Flere, with an object clause, 43

Gargarus, its fertility, 154
Flocks driven afield before day-break, 81 Gargilius Martialis, 318
Florentinus, his description of the genera- Gebauer, treatise by, 13

tion of bees from slaughtered bullocks, Geese, how injurious to crops, 156
335 foll.

Gellius, A., readings in Virgil preserved by,
Florere studiis, 364

165, 217, 219
Fluere, of grapes, 205, 213 : of gradual Geloni, 206
sinking to the ground, 297

Gemma of a jewelled vessel, 247
Fluvius for aqua fluvialis, 263

Generatim, a Lucretian word, 199

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Genitive of locality in Greek, 27

Harrowing, modern and ancient, 154
of quality, 49, 97, 355

Hastilia, of shoots on the tree, 241
-, objective, 55

Haupt (Maurice), his “ De Carminibus Bu.
patronymic, 158

colicis Calpurnii et Nemesiani Liber," 109
--, partitive, 197

foll.
local, 197

Haurire, of the eyes and ears, 229 : of the
neuter plural with (saepta domo- effect of fear on the heart, 261: of rapid
rum, &c.), 319

motion, 350
Genitor of a river, 342

Hazel unfriendly to the vine, 226 : affords
Genius, man's happier part deified, 176 fodder for cattle, ib.
Genus of wine, 218

Hedges, making of, whether forbidden on
Geography, loose treatment of by Virgil, 26, holydays, 172

31, 150, 206, 282, 325, 333, 346, 359 Hendiadys, rationale of, 213
Georgics, probable time and place of their Herba used generically, 56 : widely, 237

composition, 141 foll., 166, 167, 214, Hermann, G., his dissertation " De Musis
363 : lines inserted after the completion fluvialibus Epicharmi et Eumeli,” 145
of, 255, 324 : occasional brevity and ob- Heroic age, manners of, 339, 344
scurity of expression in, 262, 286: lines Hesiod not alluded to in the 4th Eclogue,
transposed in, 334

47: all his rural didactics have not been
Germans and Celts sometimes confounded

preserved, 118: general characteristics of
by the ancients, 26

his Works and Days, 119: particular
Germany, Agrippa's expedition into, 99, 194 account of them, 120 foll. : comparison
Gerund in do, substantive or impersonal of them with the Georgics, 124 foll. :
use of, 86, 218, 219, 271, 290

possible reference to him, 253 : Manilius'
Getae confused with Thracians, 353

lines on, 366
Gifts of the gods restored to the gods in Hiatus, concurrence of the same vowels in
sacrifice, 41

avoided, 340
Gilvus, words connected with, 259

Hibiscus, what, 32
Glans of other fruits than acorns, 176: Hic, of a man speaking of himself, *93
glandis, nominative, 311

of time, 331
Glomerare, of high action in a horse, 262 Hiemes, of winter weather, 233
Goats bearing twins, 21, 279

Hinc incipiam, 144
browsing in thickets on rocks, 28 : Hippomanes, 277
injurious to vines, 214, 234 : recommen- Hive, fumigation of, 329
dations of, to the breeder, 279

Hives, varieties of, 306 : entrance to nar-
Gods, intercourse with, characteristic of the

row,

ib.
golden age, 49 : effect of their look. 235: Hoarding of gold natural during proscrip-

authors of agricultural discovery, 337 tions, 247
Golden age, stages of its return, 49: its Hoc, 'on this account,' 227, 239 : hoc ubi,
characteristics, 157, 158, 159

227
Gossypion or xylon, 206

Holydays, works allowed and forbidden on,
Gramina and germina confused, 228

172, 173 : markets why held on, 173
Grapes, vines raised from at Rome, 201 Honey, a common emblem of poetical sweet-
Gratitude and ingratitude attributed to land, ness, 44: notions about the origin of, 50,
153

303 : straining of, 313, 317: times of
Gratius, his Cynegetica, history, character- collecting, 328
istics, and specimen of, 371 foll.

Honeycake placed by a corpse, 361
Gravis with ablative, shades of meaning of, Honores of Roman magistracies, 51
295

Honos and honor, 41
Graviter spirans in a good sense, 306

beauty,' 101: other uses of, 235
Griffins, what, 82

Hoofs of horses, hardness of, 259: ring of,
Grynium or Grynia, grove of, 69

268
Gyrus, a ring for horses, 252

Horace and Virgil, their style the perfection

of Latin poetry, 14 : its characteristics, ib.

Hordea, Virgil censured for his use of the
H.

word, 57

Horns, yoking of bullocks by, 266 : rivers
H, metrical effect of as a semi-consonant, represented with, 343
34, 158

Horrere, of erect ears of corn, 177: of
Habere, ' to handle,' 219 : to wear,' ib. sharp-pointed hail, 188: of upturned
Hagnon, introducer of a breed of dogs, 372 ridges, 265 : of squalor, 313: with dative,
Half repetitions of words in Homer, 201 287

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Horses, asses, and mules had no holydays, | Indicium facere, 219
173

Indignus amor, of unreturned love, 81, 100
of Italy, 209 : of Mars, 260 : of

absolutely, 192
Achilles, ib.

of immoderate size, 233
when to be broken in for racing, Indoctus, of want of skill in an art, 38
268 : symptoms of disease in, 294 foll. Induere in aliquid, 163

their blood drunk by certain nations, -ine, feminine patronymics in, 75
291

Infelix with dative, 218
Hostia and victima, how distinguished by with genitive, 294
Fronto, 23

Inferiae, 361
Huc, perhaps for come hither,' 196 Infernal regions in the centre of the earth,
includere, 202

169
Humor, of animal juices, 337

Infinitive, poetical uses of, 52, 54, 73, 147,
Hunting, carrying or watching the toils 166, 202, 203, 214, 333 : passive and
during, 42

active mixed, 71 : perfect for present, 289:
--, part of a pastoral life, 32, 37

with est, 351
Hyacinth, letters supposed to be inscribed Infula, 294

Ingenia, shades of meaning of, 234
Hyalus, hyalinus, 339

Ingens, a perpetual epithet of bellum, 223
Hypallage, 33

Ingluvies, 288
Hyperboreans, 269

Inhiare, of gloating on one's own property,
Hypermeter, 175, 201, 290

243
Iniquus, shades of meaning of, 318

Iniusłus, ' excessive,' 282
I.

Inlaudatus, 252

Inludere, of artistic work, 243
I in the ablative sometimes discriminates Inmiscere se armis, 330

the adjective from the participle, 38 Innatare, with accusative, 241
I and ii in the genitive of the second de- Inoculation of trees, 202
clension, 364

Inpellere, of striking the senses, 341
Iacchus and Bacchus, 160

Inperare, of a farmer's dealings with his
Iapetus, 173

land, 154
Iapydia, Timavus connected with, 292 Inpius, of civil war, 194
Id ago, 95

Inpluvium, used for incantations, 85
Idem, at the same time,' 152

Inportunus, 190
Idumaea, palms of, 253

Inprobus, of those that drive others to crime,
Ignarus and ignotus, 66

84: 'unscrupulous' or 'exacting,' 156,
Ignis, of a beloved object, 42

288
Ignobilis, inglorius, opposed to active life, Inrigare with accusative of liquid sprinkled,
364

314
Ilex and suber, 241

Inriguus, active, 306
Ille semipleonastic, 240, 283 : ille alter, 312 Inscius aevi, 268
Images, use of in love charms, 87

Inserere, double construction of, 200 : in
Imago, of an echo, 308

the sense of interserere, 226
Imber, for water generally, 66

Insincerus, 333
Imbrices and tegulae, 335

Instratus, 272
Immunis, derivation and meaning of, 329 Integrare, . to renew,' 358
Imperfect rhetorically used in a present Intempesta nox, 170
sense, 28: epistolary use of, 363

Inter agendum, &c., 93
In with ablative of person, ‘ in the case of,' pocula, &c., 234
87

Interficere, of killing crops, 339
In faciem, adverbial, 203

Interpolations, real or supposed, in Virgil's
Inanis, of tears, 344

text, 22, 87, 207, 332, 340
Incedere with dative, 310

Intiba, 315
Inconditus, meaning of, 30

Intractabilis, 166
Incrementum with a genitive, 52

Invisere, like & TOT TEVELV, 147
Incumbere with infinitive, 330

Invocation of a patron in a poem, 147: of
Indi, of Ethiopians, 335

a god, 278
India, forest trees of, 206

Involvere, 'to roll upon,' 174
produced the largest elephants, 150 Ipse, 'in his turn,' 35: used of a superior,
Indian archers, 207

36, 97, 156, 178, 318: with the force of
Indicative instead of subjunctive, 208 ultro, 65: with the force of idem, 266 :

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of personal exertion, 178, 339 : of a thing | Labor, applied to things inanimate, 152,

distinguished from its accessories, 232, 332 159, 230, 233 : of eclipses, 245 : "suffer-
Irasci in cornua, 272

ing,' 258 : in re, 304
Isaiah referred to, 16, 49, 59

Labour, glorification of, 51, 137 foll., 151,
Ita, supposed to be a particle of transition, 199, 220, 229, 231, 277, 297, 314: ex-
178

emplified in Virgil's praise of the bees,
Italian cities, position of, 192, 210

140 foll.
Italy, praises of by Virgil and others, 208 : Lacrima, of exudations of plants, 320

name of whence derived, 209 : epidemic Lactens, a rural god, 177

in, Virgil's description of, 292 foll. Lacuna and lagena, 283
Ituraean archers, 241

Lacus, of a trough, 321
Ivory and gold, combination of in statues, Laetus, a perpetual epithet of the vine, 76 :
254

its application to physical luxuriance or
Ivy, white or yellow, 39: other kinds of, bounty, 144, 248
220

Laevus, in the sense of folly, 21 : other
Ixion, whether bound to his wheel with senses of, 304
snakes, 255

Lageos, 204

Lanitium, lanitia, lanities, 285
J.

Lapis bibulus, of sandstone, 230

Lapithae, the first riders of horses, 262
Iacere, of being left to lie, 31

Lappae, 159
Tacio, compounds of, written with a single Lar familiaris, worship of, 24
i, 44

Lares compitales, honours paid them by
Iactare, of wielding a heavy implement, 231 Augustus, 60
Iam, nearly in the sense of praeterea, 201 : deified heroes enrolled among, 60

• before now,' 231: marks a transition, Lassus and lapsus confounded, 351
299

Latifundia, 238
Iam olim, 237

Laudare, of complimentary refusal, 238
Jingle usual in charms, 87

Laurus (accusative) and lauros, 71
Johnson's Lives of the Poets referred to, Lava stream, 191
2, 3

Letum personified, 355
Iugum, of the plough, 161 : and clivus con- Leuce, story of, 78
trasted, 277

Levees, when held, 243
Julian harbour, 210

Levis, of Parthian bowmen, 337
Tungi, of marriage, 82

Lex, of a condition, 355
Juniper, thought prejudicial by the ancients, Libation after meals, 345
106

Liber, the inner bark, 106
Jupiter, legends of his childhood, 319

Liberalia, 56
Jupiters, several, 250

Libethrus (Libethra or Libethrum), 74
Iuppiter, of the air, 77, 186

Libyan sea, 205 : desert, ib.
Iuppiter Pluvius, vows paid to, 160 Licia, 174
Iussa, mandata, &c., capessere, facessere, Light and air confounded, 229, 326 : and
362

life, 33]
Justice attributed to the earth, 242: fled Lightning, striking by, an omen of evil, 21
with the golden age, 244

Lilies, how supposed to be propagated,
Iustus, 'regular,' 257

320
Iuvat, 199

Lime-tree a favourite with bees, 317
Iuvenis, applied to Octavianus, 24, 193 Limen, of a great man's door, 247

Lina, of a net, 158
K.

Linter, 171
Lion unknown to Italy or Sicily, 56

Lioness, mane attributed to, 318
Keightley, Mr., extract from a letter from,
107

Liqui constructed like fluere, 213
Kidney-beans, when sown, 168

Lirare, of a third ploughing, 154

Lizard an enemy to bees, 304
Kids, the stars so called, 165

Longum inquit, 43
Kwuydia, etymology of, 234

Longus applied to heaven, 271

Loqui for dicere, 56
L.

Lotus, genera and species of, 203, 285

Love-knots (Veneris vincula), 87
Labefactus, 'loosened,' 221

Lucan, vague geography of, 192
Labor and labos, 41

Lucifugus, lucifuga, 329

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Lucina and Diana identified, 48

Maxuma (maxima), perpetual epithet of
Lucky and unlucky days, 173

the earth, 179
Lucretius, philosophical terms borrowed Mecum, various meanings of, 30

from, by Virgil, 65: general relation of Medica, lucerne, 166
his poem to the Georgics, 131 foll. : re- Medical receipts, ancient, needless ingre-
ferred to by Virgil, 244 foll. : his account dients in, 290
of the plague of Athens, 292 foll.

Medicum, citron, 207
Lucrine lake, 210

Meditari, of composition, 20
Lucus, of the shades, 354

Medius, of the sea, 85 : used loosely, 272
Ludere, of poetry, 21, 364

Meliboeus, etymologies assigned to the
Lumen, of an eye, 352

word, 20: a personage in Calpurnius,
Luminis orae, aurae, 200

for whom intended, 11l: a personage in
Lupatus, lupatum, 270

Nemesianus, 113
Lupines and vetches acted as manure, 152 Melisphillum, melissophyllum, 309
Lycaeus, Pan connected with, 146, 252 unlopoleīv, a form of flirting, 41
Lycidas, Milton's, referred to, 12

Meminisse, like the Homeric peuvñolai,
Lyciscus, 38

185
Lygdamus avoids eliding long vowels after Menalcas identified with Virgil, 11, 54
the first foot, 109

Merces, of pains taken, 201
Lynx unknown to Italy or Sicily, 79 : drew Mergus, what, 182
the car of Bacchus, 275

Merivale, Mr., his opinion about the Sibyl.

line verses, 47: his character of the

Georgics, 137: quotation from his His-
M.

tory, 143

Merops, 305
Madere, of being sodden, 164

Messis, of collecting honey, 328
Maenalus, relation of to pastoral poetry, Metagon, breed of dogs so named, 372
81

Metals of Italy, 211
Magis, in the sense of potius, 21

Metaphrastae, 126, 128 foll.
magis, 337

Metere, of the vintage, 237
Magister, senses of, 267, 300, 333

Metuere, with dative, 163, 238, 307
Magnum fluentem, 254

Micare, with ablative, 259
Magnus, ordinary epithet of the gods, 180 Milling he-goats, a proverbial expression
cum magno, &c., 228

for folly, 44
-, epithet of law, 319

Millet, when sown, 166
Mala, included all fruit with pips, 41 Millstones, indented, 173
tactu, 288

Mincius (Mincio), its appearance, 25, 214,
Malcontents, political, 255

253
Male, scarcely,' 182

Minium, 102
pinguis, &c., 155

Minutatim, 293
Malus, ‘malicious,' 37: used in a simple Mirari, of desiring, 256

style, 157: of noxious animals, 273 Misceri, with ablative or qualifying word,
Mandare, of death-bed injunctions, 57

182
Manilius, his Astronomica, history, cha- Modo, with imperative, 87

racteristics, and specimens of, 365 foll. Modum, supra, praeter, extra, 328
Mavvopópos, meaning of, 33

Mola, in sacrifices, 87
Mantele, 344

Moliri, implying effort in the agent or bulk
Mantua, scenery of, 9, 25, 38, 107: unjust in the object, 179
treatment of its territory, 94

Mollis, 'flexible,' 40, 258, 399: of tempera-
Manu, expressing labour, violence, care, ture, 177: of wine, 180 : other meanings
&c., 210

of, 235
Mapalia and magalia, 281

Monosyllable ending a hexameter, 163
Mareotic wine, 204

Mons greater than saxum, 273
Mares not to be worked when near foaling, Monstrum, of a small creature, 163: of a
264

prodigy, 362
Marmoreus, of the body, 359

Moon drawn down by sorcery, 86: prog-
Mascula tura, 86

nostics from, 187: parent of dew, 281
Massa, a lump of ore, 32)

Mora in aliquo or per aliquem, 40
Mater, of Ceres, 160: of the earth, 222: Moram facere, 100
of a Bacchanal, 359

Mores, meanings of, 303
Material for object, 191

Moretum, how compounded, 30
Materialistic expressions in Virgil, 186 Moriturus, 295

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