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trabs, trabis, f., a beam ; timber, 1, through, athwart, 7, 65; of rest, or

552; post, jamb, 1, 449; trunk, 6, the other side of, beyond, 3, 403.

181; tree, 9, 87; ship, 3, 191. trānsabeo, abii, abitus, ire, irreg, a. trāctábilis, e, adj. (trācto, handle), and n., to go through, pierce through,

that can be handled'; indulgent, 9, 432. yielding, flexible, 4, 439; non trāc. tränsadigo, adēgi, adāctus, 3, a., to tābilis, unfavorable, inclement, 4, drive through, thrust, 12, 508; of the 53.

object which is stabbed, pierci, 12, 1. trāctus, a, um, p. of traho.

276. 2. trāctus, üs, m. (traho), a dragging, trānscrībā, scripsī, scriptus, 3, a., to

drawing, an extending ; stretch of transfer by writing; enroll, 5, 750; space, tract, region. of land, sea, or transfer, convey, 7, 422. sky, 3, 138.

trānscurrõ, curri or cucurri, cursus, 3, trādā, didi, ditus, 3, a., to give over ; n. and a., to run across ; flash or

give up, submit, 4, 619; intrust, shoot across, 5, 528; traverse, 9, II. 'consign, 5, 713.

trānseo, ii, itus, ire, irreg. n. and a., traho, trāxi, trāctus, 3, a. (inf., trāxe to go across; go through, pass, 12,

for trāxisse, 5, 786), to draw, pull ; 926; pass by, 5, 326; pass away', 1, draw along, drag, 1, 477; tear, 9, 266; run over, 5, 274; pass through, 340; carry, sweep along, away, 2, 9, 413. 307; bring, conduct, 6, 753; lead, trānsferð, tuli, lātus, ferre, irreg. a., to conduct, 2, 457; draw, catch, 4, 701 ; carry over ; transfer, remote, 1, draw in, drink, of passion, 4, 101; 271; give over, 2, 327. derive, 8, 511; draw out; extend, trānsfigo, fixi, fixus, 3, a., to pierce, protract, I, 748; spend, 6, 537; transfix, 1, 44. trahere sorte, draw or assign by transfixus, a, um, p. of trānsfigo. lot, distribute, 1, 508.

trānsfodio, fodi, fossus, 3, a., to dig trāicio, iēcī, iectus, 3, a. and n. (trāns through ; run through, transfix, 9,

and iació), to throw across, over ; 544 pass over, cross, 6, 536; pierce, 2, trānsförmā, āvī, ātus, I, a., to change 273; transfix, 1, 355; p., trāiectus, the form, transform, 7, 416. a, um, drawn or passed through, 5, trānsilio, ivi, ii or ui, 4, n. and a.

488; transfixed, pierced, 9, 419. (trāns and salió), to leap over ; pass trāiectus, a, um, p. of trāicio.

over, 10, 658; fly through, 12, 859. trāmes, itis, m., a crossway; by-path transmissus, a, um, p. of trānsmitto.

or narrow way; a pass, II, 515; trānsmitto, misi, missus, 3, a. and n., course, line, track, 5, 610.

to send across, bear or convey across trānā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n. (trāns and or over, 3, 403; give over, 3, 329;

no), to swim or sail across, 6, 671; to cross, pass over, Ay over, with acc. Ay across or through, 4, 245.

of the space crossed over, 4, 154; tranquillus, a, um, adj., calm, still, 2, to make across, of a passage or voy

203; subst., tranquillum, i, n., a age, 6, 313.

calm ; calm weather, 5, 127. trānsporto, ävi, ātus, 1, a., to carry trāns, prep. w. acc., across, with verbs across or over, governing the acc, of

of motion, over, beyond, across ; | the space crossed, 6, 328.

et al.

trânstrum, i, n. (trāns), a cross-tim- trepidus, a, um, adj., agitated, uneasy,

ber; a thwart, transom, or bench disturbed, trembling, affrighted, 2, for rowers ; bench, 3, 289.

380; excited, tumultuous, 11, 300; trānsverbero, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to beat confused, in disorder, 10, 283;

or strike through ; pierce through, alarmed, fearful of, anxious for, 10, 484.

w. gen., 12, 589; panic-stricken, 12, trānsversus, a, um, of trānsverto. 583. trānsvertõ, verti, versus, 3, a., to turn trēs, tria, gen. trium, acc. trēs, adj.,

across; P., trānsversus, a, um, three, I, 108, et al.
turned across ; across the path or tria, see trēs.
course, 5, 19; crosswise.

tribus, ūs, f., one of three original trecenti, ae, a, num. adj. (trēs and grand divisions of the Roman peocentum), three hundred, 10, 173, ple; and retained as the designation

of similar bodies of the people when tremebundus, a um, adj. (tremo), they were multiplied; a (Roman) quivering, 10, 522.

tribe, 7, 708. tremefacio, fēci, factus, 3, a. (tremo tricorpor, oris, adj. (trēs and corpus),

and facio), to cause to tremble or three-bodied, 6, 289. quake ; to shake, 106; make to tridēns, entis, adj. (trēs and dēns), tremble with fear; cause to tremble, three-pronged, trident, 5, 143; subst., 6, 803; p., tremefactus, a, um, tridens, entis, m, a triple-pointed trembling, 2, 382; 10, 102; quiver spear; trident, 1, 138. ing, 2, 629.

trietēricus, a, um, adj., triennial, 4, tremefactus, a, um, p. of tremefacio. 302. tremendus, a, um, p. of tremo. trifaux, faucis, adj., found only once . tremēsco, 3, inc. n. and a. (tremo), (trēs and faux), three-throated, three

to begin to tremble; to tremble, voiced, triple, 6, 417.

quake, 5, 694; to tremble at, 3, 648. trīgintā, num. adj., indecl., thirty, 1, tremo, ui, 3, n. and a., to tremble, 269.

quake, shake, quiver, 5, 198; trem- trilix, icis, adj. (trēs and licium, ble at, fear, dread, 8, 296; p., tre thread), of three threads or leashes ; mendus, a, um, to be trembled at; of three layers of thread; three-ply;

dreadful, fearful, terrible, 2, 199. triple, 3, 467. tremor, õris, m. (tremo), a trembling; Trinacria, ae, f. (Tpivakpla, with three

quaking ; tremor, a shudder, horror, promontories), the three-cornered 2, 121.

land; Sicily, Trinacria, 3, 440. tremulus, a, um (tremo), tremulous, Trinacrius, a, um, adj. (Trinacria), quivering, 7, 395.

Sicilian, 3, 384. trepido, ävi, ātus, i, n. and a. (tre. trio, onis, m., an ox as the breaker of

pidus), to be in trepidation, alarm the sod in plowing; the Team" or or panic, 10, 788; to hurry, hasten Wain"; pl., Triönēs, um, m., the to and fro or about, 2, 685; to constellation of the greater and lesser hasten (with inf.), 9, 114; to strive

bear, I, 744. nervously, make trembling effort, 12, triplex, icis, adj. (trēs and plico), 403.

threefold, triple, 10, 784, et al.

tripus, odis, m., a three-footed vessel or | Trões, see Tros.

seat; a tripod, 5, 110; the seat of the Trõia, ae, f. 1. Troy, ihe capital of

priestess of Apollo; an oracle, 3, 360. the Troad, 2, 625, et al. 2. A.city trīstis, e, adj., sad, sorrowful, 1, 228, built by Helenus in Epirus, 3, 349.

et al.; melancholy, woeful, mourn 3. A part of the city of Acesta in ful; dismal, gloomy, 4, 243, et al.; Sicily, 5, 756. 4. The name of an grim, stern, 6, 315; dire, 2, 337; equestrian gaxie of Roman boys, 5, inauspicious, ii, 259; fearful, 3, 602. 366; fatal, 5, 411.

Trõiānus, a, um, adj. (Troia), Trojan, trisulcus, a, um, adj. (trēs and sulcus), I, 19; subst., Trõiānus, i, m., a

three-furrowed; three-forked, 2,475. Trojan, 1, 286; pl., Trõiāni, orum, Triton, ōnis, m., Trilon, a son of Nep m., the 7rojans, 5, 688.

tune, 1, 144; pl., Trītānēs, um, m, Trõilus, i, m., one of the sons of Priam,

sea-gods of the form of Triton, 5, 824. 1, 474. Tritonia, ae, f., see Tritonius.

Trõiugena, ae, c. (Troia and cf. giTritonis, idis, f. (Triton), Pallas or gno), of Trojan descent; Trojan, 3,

Minerva, so called from Lake Tri 359; Trỗiugenae, arum, C., Troton near the Lesser Syrtis in Africa, jans, 8, 117. near which, according to an Egyp- Trõius, a, um, adj., of Troy, Trojan, tian fable, she was said to have been 1, 119. born, 2, 226.

tropaeum, i, n., a memorial of the Trītonius, a, um, adj. (Trīton), per turning (cf. Tpérelv, to turn) or rout

taining to the lake Trilon (see Tri of an enemy; the trunk of a tree on tonis); Tritonian, an epithet of which were hung the arms or spoils Pallas, 2, 615, et al ; subst., Trīto. of an enemy slain; any memento of

nia, ae, Minerva, Tritonia, 2, 171. victory; a trophy. trītus, a, um, p. of terõ.

Tros, õis, m., Tros, one of the kings of triumpho, āvi, ātus, 1, n. and a. (tri Troy, adj., m., Trojan, 6, 52, et al.;

umphus), to have the honor of a tri subst., m., Trões, the Trojans, 1, 30, umph; with acc. of the country over

et al. which the triumph is held, to triumph trucido, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (trux and caeover, conquer, 6, 836.

do), to slaughter, kill, slay, 2, 494. triumphus, i, m., the grand procession trudis, is, f. (trudo), a pole, boathook,

at Rome awarded to a victorious pike, 5, 208. general; a victory, 2, 578.

trūdo, si, sus, 3, a., to thrust, shove, Trivia, ae, f. (trivium), an epithet of push, 4, 405.

Hecate or Diana, whose images were 1. truncus, i, m., the stem, stock, or placed at the forks of roads, 6, 13, et trunk of a tree ; stem, trunk, 6, 207; al.

trunk of the human body, 2, 557. trivium, ii, n. (trēs and via), the inter- 2. truncus, a, um, adj. (truncus),

section of three roads; a road-cross stripped of its branches, 3, 659: muing; a public place, 4, 609.

tilated, maimed, mangled, 6, 497; Troas, adis or ados, f. 1. The Trojan broken, shattered, 11, 9.

country, the Troad. 2. A Trojan trux, trucis, adj., ferocious, grim, stern, woman, 5, 613

fierce, 10, 447.

tū, pers. pron. pl. võs, thau, freq.; abl. tunc, adv. (tum-ce), then, at that

with cum, tēcum, vobiscum, with time; then, thereupon, afterwards, thee, with you; võsmet, thyself, your

II, 208. selves, 1, 207.

tundo, tutudi, tūnsus or tūsus, 3, a., to tuba, ae, f., a trumpet, 2, 313, et al.; beat, pound, bruise, strike, smite, 1, trumpet-signal, 11, 424.

481; lash, 5, 125; fig., importune, tueor, tuitus or tūtus sum, 2, dep. a., assail, 4, 448.

to look at, gaze upon, behold, regard, tunica, ae, f., the under-garment of 4, 451, et al.; watch, guard, dejend, men and women; vest, tunir, 9, maintain, protect, 1, 564, et al.; p., 616; cuirass, corselet, 10, 314. tūtus, a, um, secure, safe; in safety, tūnsus, a, um, p. of tundo. 1, 243; sure, 4, 373; subst., tūtum, turba, ae, confusion, uproar, tumult, i, n., safely, place of safety, 1, 391; 5, 152; a crowd, throng, 2, 580; pl., tūta, õrum, safe places, safety, multitude, 6, 305; herd, 1, 191; security, II, 882; adv., tūtē, with flock, 3, 233. safety, safely, without danger, 11, turbidus, a, um, adj. (turbo), con381.

fused; mingled, foul, 6, 296; disTulla, ae, f., a follower of Camilla, 11, mal, dark, 6, 534 ; whirling, 5, 656.

696; of the mind, sad, troubled, 4, Tullus, i, m., Tullus Hostilius, the 353; startled, in alarm, 11, 814; third king of Rome, 6, 814.

furious, 11, 742. tum, adv., then, freq.; then too; at the 1. turbo, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (turba), to

same time, moreover, 4, 250, et al.; stir up, confuse, disturb, 3, 449; referring to a perf. p., 5,719; answer scatter, 1, 395; overthrow, 11, 796; ing to, cum, cum - tum, while-- at agitate, 4, 566; perplex, 1, 515; the same time; both and, not only enrage, anger, 8, 435; madden, 7,

-- but; opposed to nunt, 10, 14. 767; without obj. acc., to make distumeo, uī, 2, n., to swell, 2, 381; to be turbance, uproar, 6, 857, et al.;

puffed up, boastful, ii, 854 ; P., reflex., to be troubled, 6, 800.

tumēns, entis, swollen, 2, 381. 2. turbo, inis, m. (cf. turba), a tortumidus, a, um, adj. (tumeo), swollen, nado, whirlwind ; storm, tempest, 1,

1, 142; distended, 10, 387; elated, 442; whirling cloud, 3, 573; wind 9, 596; incensed, angry, 6, 407; accompanying the lightning ; light

causing to swell, swelling, 3, 357. ning-blast, 1, 45; 6, 594; whirling tumor, õris, m. (tumeo), a swelling ; or stormy force, u, 284, et al.; a

of the mind, passion, indignation, whirling top, a child's top, 7, 378. resentment, 8, 40.

tūreus, a, um, adj. (tūs), of frankintumultus, ūs, m. (tumeo), commotion ; cense, 6, 225.

uproar; outcry, 9, 397; shouting, tūricremus, a, um, adj. (tūs and cries, 3, 99; haste, 11, 447; upris cremo), incense-burning, 4, 453. ing, 6, 857.

turma, ae, f., a squadron or troop, tumulus, i, m. (tumeo), a rising properly of Roman cavalry; in gen

ground; a low hill, 9, 195; a eral, a troop, squadron, 5, 560; host, mound, 2, 713; sepulchral mound, army', II, 503; in turmās, into or sepulcher, tomb, 3, 304; 11, 103. in squadrons, 11, 599.

Turnus, i, m., the chief of the Rutulians, down to Hades by the thunderbolt of 7, 56, et al.

Jupiter. turpis, e, adj., unsightly, unseemly, Typhoius, a, um, adj. (Typhõeus),

freq.; squalid, 6, 276; foul ; be pertaining to the giant Typhoeus ; smeared, covered, 5, 358; shameful, Typhoian, 1, 665. base, dishonorable, disgraceful, 2, tyrannus, i, m., a sovereign prince, 400.

chief, ruler, 4, 320; in a bad sense, turpā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (turpis), to make a despot, tyrant, 1, 361.

indecent; to soil, disfigure, defle, 12, Tyrēs, ae, m., an Arcadian follower 611.

of Pallas, 10, 403. turriger, gera, gerum, adj. (turris and Tyrius, a, um, adj. (Tyrus), of Tyre;

gero), turrel-bearing, tower crowned, Tyrian or Phoenician, 1, 12; subst., 7, 631; 10, 253.

Tyrius, i7, m., a Tyrian, 1, 574 ; turris, is, f., a tower, 2, 445, et al. pl., 1, 747 turritus, a, um, adj. (turris), turreted, Tyros (Tyrus), i, f., Tyre, the ancient

8, 693; crowned with turrets; with maritime capital of Phoenicia, 1, crown of towers, 6, 785; tower-like, 346. towering, lofty, 3, 536.

Tyrrhēni, Õrum, m., the Tyrrheni, a tūs, tūris, n., incense, 1, 417, et al. branch of the Pelasgic race who are Tusci, õrum, m., the people of Etruria ; said to have settled in Etruria ;

Etruscans, Etrurians, Tuscans, II, Etrurians, Tuscans, 8, 603. 629, et al.

1. Tyrrhēnus, a, um, adj. (Tyrrhēni), Tuscus, a, um, adj., Etrurian, Tuscan. Tyrrhenian; Etruscan, Tuscan, 1, tūtāmen, inis, n. (tūtor), a means of 67; subst., Tyrrhēnus, i, m., a protection; a defense, 5, 262.

Tuscan, 10, 787. tūtā, see tueor.

2. Tyrrhēnus, i, m., the name of an tūtor, āvī, ātus sum, 1, dep. intens. a. Etruscan ally of Aeneas, 11, 612.

(tueor), to protect, defend, 2, 677; Tyrrheus (dissyll.), ei, m., and Tyrbefriend, 5, 343.

rhus, i, m., a shepherd of Latium, in tūtus, a, um, see tueor.

the service of Latinus, 7, 532, et al. tuus, a, um, poss. pron. (tū), thy, Tyrrhidae, ārum, m. (Tyrrheus), the

thine, your, yours; pl., tuī, õrum, sons of Tyrrheus, 7, 484.
m., thy friends, kinsmen, country-
men, descendants, etc., 3, 488; freq.

U
Týdeus (dissyll.), ei or eos, m., son of

Oeneus and Periboea, and father of 1. ūber, eris, n., a teat, an udder, 3, Diomed, 6, 479.

392 ; the breast, 5, 285; breast, Týdidēs, ae, m., the son of Tydeus, bosom, 3, 95; meton., richness, fer

Diomedes or Diomed, 1, 97, et al. tility, fruitfulness, productiveness, tympanum, i, n., a drum, timbrel, I, 531. tambourine, 9, 619.

2. ūber, eris, adj. (compar., ūberior; Tyndaris, idis, f., a daughter of Tyn superl., ūberrimus), (über), fruitdarus; Helen, 2, 569.

ful, fertile, 3, 106. Typhõeus (trisyll.), ei or eos, m., ubi, adv. of place and time; relat,

Typhoeus or Typhon, a giant struck where; indefinite, wheresoever, 7,

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