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1. Eryx, ycis, m., a Sicilian giant and Euhan! shrieking madly, celebratking, son of Venus and Butes, and

ing, 6, 517. brother of Aeneas, slain by Her- euhoe (dissyll.), interj., a joyous Baccules, 5, 419.

chanalian shout, evoe! joy! 7, 389. 2. Eryx, ycis, m., a mountain on the Eumēdēs, is, m., a Trojan, 12, 346.

northwest coast of Sicily, 1, 570. Eumēlus, ī, m., a Trojan, 5, 665. es, esto, esse, essem, etc., see sum. Eumenides, um, f., the well-disposed; ēsca, ae, f. (edo), food, bait.

a deprecatory title given by the et, conj., and, freq.; moreover, also, Greeks to the Furies; the Eu

too, freq.; and even, and indeed; menides, the Furies, 4, 469. and yet; and immediately, 9, 22; Eunēus, i, m., a Trojan slain by et - et, both -- and, freq.

Camilla, 11, 666. etenim, conj., for, indeeil, truly, 7, euntis, ti, etc., see eo, p., iēns. 390.

Euphrātēs, is, m., the Euphrates. etiam, conj. (et emphasized by iam), Europa, ae, f. 1. Europa, the daugh

and also, and besides ; even, and ter of Agenor, king of Phoenicia, even, freq.; for praeterea, besides, borne by Jupiter over the sea moreover, II, 352; of time, still, yet, Crete. 2. Europe, 1, 385. even now, 6, 485.

Eurētās, ae, m., the Eurotas, the Etrūria, ae, f., ancient Tuscany; river on which Sparta was situated, Etruria.

1, 498. Etrūscus, a, um, adj. (Etrūria), Etru- Eurous, a, um, adj. (Eurus), pertain.

rian, Tuscan, 8, 503; subst., ing to Eurus, the southeast wind, Etrūsci, õrum, m., the Etrurians, eastern, 3, 533. Tuscans, 9, 150.

Eurus, i, m., the southeast wind, 1, 85, etsi, conj., even if, although, though, et al.; wind, 1, 383, et al. 2, 583.

Euryalus, i, m., a Trojan youth Euander (-drus, 8, 100; Ēvander, among the followers of Aeneas, 5,

-drus), drī, m., Evander, an Arca- 294. dian prince, son of Carmentis, and Eurypylus, i, m., a Thessalian prince, king of Pallanteum on the Tiber, one of the Grecian chiefs at Tror,

2, 114 Euandrius, a, um (Euander), of Eurystheus (trisyll.), ei, m., the king

Evander, Evandrian, 10, 394. of Mycenae, who assigned to Hercules Euandrus, i, see Euander.

the twelve labors, 8, 292. Euanthēs, ae, m., a Trojan warrior, Eurytidēs, ae, m. (Eurytus), the son 10, 702.

of Eurytus, 10, 499. Euboicus, a, um, adj., of Euboea, an Eurytión, önis, m., brother of the

island on the eastern coast of Greece; Lycian archer Pandarus, and folEuboean, 6, 2.

lower of Aeneas, 5, 495. Euhadnē, ēs, f., Evadne, the wife of ēvādā, vāsi, vāsus, 3, n. and a., to

Capaneus, who cast herself on the go out, forth, or up; ascend, 2,

funeral pile of her husband, 6, 447. 458; come in flight, 2, 531; come euhāns, antis, p. n. and a. (Evan forth from, w. the idea of danger Euan, i.e. Bacchus), crying surmounted; асс.,

to escape

8, 52.

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the dangers of, 2, 731; escape, 5, ex or ē, prep. w. abl., out of, from ; of 689; 6, 425; w. dat., II, 702; place, 3, 554, and freq; down from, 9, 99.

2, 410; of source, material, of, 5, ēvalēsco, valui, 3, inc. n., to grow 266; partitive, of, 2, 659; of time, strong; be able, can, 7, 757.

after, from, since, 1, 623; of transiēvānēsco, vānui, 3, inc. n., to dis- tion from one condition to another, appear, vanish, 4, 278.

10, 221; of correspondence, in, 1, ēveho, vexī, vectus, 3, a., to carry 456; according to after, 5, 244;

forth; carry up, raise, elevate, 6, with, 8, 621; ex eo, illő, quo (temI zo.

pore), from that, from which, what, ēvenio, vēni, ventus, 4, n., to come out ; time ; since, 8, 268.

come to pass, happen, 2, 778. exācta, see exigo. ēventus, ūs, m. (évenio), an out- exāctus, a, um, p. of exigo.

come, issue, result, event, fortune, 6, exaestuo, āvi, ātus, 1, n., to boil up, 158.

foam up, rage, 3, 577; to be agitated, ēverbero, āvi, ātus, 1, a., to beat to burn, 9, 798.

violently, strike, flap upon, 12, exāmen, inis, n. (ex and ago). I. A 866.

multitude ; swarm, 7, 67. 2. The ēversor, oris, m. (ēverto), an over- tongue or indicator of the scales or thrower, destroyer, 12, 545.

balances ; the index, 12, 725. ēversus, a, um, p. of ēverto.

exanimis, e, and exanimus, a, um, ēvertā, verti, versus, 3, a., to upturn, adj. (ex and anima), breathless ;

1, 43; overthrow, demolish, destroy, li feless, dead, 1, 484; slain, 11, 110; 2, 603.

breathless with fear, terrified, 4, 672. ēvictus, a, um, p. of ēvinco.

exanimo, āvī, ātus, I, a. (ex and ēvincið, vinxi, vinctus, 4, a., to bind anima), to deprive of life; p., ex

round; crown, wreathe, 5, 269; animātus, a, um, without breath, bind, 5, 364.

breathless ; disheartened; terrified, ēvinco, vici, victus, 3, a., to conquer ! 5, 805.

completely ; overcome, 2, 630; move, I exārdēsco, ārsī, ārsus, 3, inc. n., 10 4, 548, et al.; bear down, sweep begin to burn; fig., to be roused to away, 2, 497.

anger; kindle, burn, 2, 575; 5, ēvinctus, a, um, p. of ēvincio.

172. ēviscerā, no perf., ātus, 1, a. (ē and exaudio, ivi, or iī, ītus, 4, a., to hear

viscus), to disembowel, 11, 723. distinctly; hear, I, 219; catch the ēvoco, āvi, ātus, i, a., to call out or sound, hear from afar, 7, 15; listen

forth ; summon, conjure, 4, 242. to, heed, 11, 157. ēvolő, āvī, ātus, 1, n., to fly away, 9, excedo, cessi, cessus, 3, n., to go out or 477.

away; depart, 6, 737; flee from, I, ēvolvo, volvī, volūtus, 3, a., to roll out 357; withdraw from, 5, 380; retire, or forth, 5, 807; unroll a scroll or

9, 789. volume; hence, fig., reveal, declare, excellēns, entis, p. of excello. 9, 528.

excello, cellui, celsus, 3, n. and a., to ēvomo, ui, itus, 3, a., Yaa vomit out or rise out of or superior to; p., exup, 8, 253.

cellēns, entis, surpassing ; beautiful,

stately, 12, 250; p., excelsus, a, um, pletely; cultivate; refine, perfect, elevated, high, lofty, 5, 35.

polish, 6, 663. excelsus, a, um, p. of excello. excubiae, ārum, f. (excubo), a lying exceptus, a, um, p. of excipio.

out; watching; vigils, watch, 4, excidium, i7, n. (exscindo), a complete 201.

cutting or tearing down ; razing, excubo, ui, itus, i, n., to lie out; be on demolition, destruction.

guard, keep watch, 9, 175. 1. excido, cidi, 3, n. (ex and cado), excūdē, cūdi, cūsus, 3, a., to strike

to fall out ; fall from ; drop, come out, 1, 174; beat out, mold, 6, 847. from, 2, 658; come down, descend, 9, excussus, a, um, p. of excutio. 113; depart, 1, 26.

excutio, cussi, cussus, 3, a. (ex and 2. excido, cīdi, cisus, 3, a. (ex and quatio), to shake out or off, 2, 224;

caedo), to cut out, 1, 429; cut off, throw or cast down, 1, 115; cast out, away, or down, 2, 481; destroy, 2, 10, 590; drive away, 3, 200; expel, 637.

7, 299; shake out, uncoil, 3, 267; exció, cīvi or ciī, ītus, 4, a., and ex- uncoil and arrange (set the sails),

cie7, itus, 2, a., to rouse up or forth ; 3, 683; deprive of, 6, 353; throw call forth, assemble, 5, 107; arouse, aside, break, 12, 158; hurry forth, excite, agitate, 4, 301; stir, shake, call forth, 9, 68. I 2, 445

exedo, ēdi, ēsus, 3, a., to eat out, hol. excipio, cēpi, ceptus, 3, a. (ex and low out, devour ; consume, destroy, capio), to take out or up; except,

5, 785. exempt, 9, 271; receive, receive in exemplum, i, n. (eximo), example, 12, turn, 1, 276; receive, with the no.

439. tion of hospitality or shelter or exēmptus, a, um, p. of eximo. favor, 4, 374; 5, 41; catch, take, sur- exeo, ivi or iī, itus, ire, irreg. n. and prise, fall upon, 3, 332; seize, 6, a., to go out or forth, 1, 306; come 173; overtake, 9, 763; intercept, il, out, 5, 492; overflow, burst forth, 2, 517; befall, 3, 318; hit, 12, 507; 497; avoid, elude, 5, 438. take up the conversation; reply, exerce7, ui, itus, 2, a. (ex and arceo), answer, 4, 114; catch mentally; to keep in action or motion ; hurry,

surmise, suspect, detect, 4, 297. drive along, whip, 7, 380; exercise, excisus, a, um, p. of excido.

carry on, pursue, 1, 431; employ, excito, āvi, ātus, 1, intens. a. (exció), 10, 808; engage in, cultivate, cherish, to

up completely; excite, 4, 110; practice, 4, 87; train, lead, awaken, arouse, 2, 594; alarm, 2, I, 499; agitate, torment, harass, 5,

728; stimulate, impel, 3, 343. 779; pursue, 4, 623. excītus, a, um, p. of exció.

1. exercitus, a, um, p. of exercei. excitus, a, um, p. of excieõ.

2. exercitus, ūs, m. (exerceõ), an er. exclāmā, āvi, ātus, i, n. and a., to call ercising; meton., an army', 2, 415. or cry out, 2, 733.

exēsus, a, um, p. of exedo. exclūdo, clūsī, clīsus, 3, a. (ex and exhālo, āvi, ātus, I, a. and n., to claudo), to shut out, exclude.

breathe out, 2, 562. exclūsus, a, um, p. of exclūdo. exhaurio, hausi, haustus, 4, a., to draie excolo, ui, cultus, 3, a., to till com- out, drain, exhaust, toil through,

1ouse

achieve, 4, 14; undergo, 1, 599; stretch the warp for weaving ; make

endure, II, 256; inflict, 9, 356. a beginning; p. subst., exorsum, exhaustus, a, um, p. of exhaurio. ī, n., a thing begun or undertaken ; exhorrēsco, horruī, 3, inc. n. and a. enterprise, action, 10, HI.

(exhorreo), to shudder greatly; shud- exordium, ii, n. (exordior), a beginder at, fear, dread, 7, 265.

ning; origin, 7, 40; opening, beginexhortor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a., to en- ning, of discourse, 4, 284.

courage, rouse, 7, 472; advise, 8, exorior, ortus sum, 4, dep. 1., to rise 510; to spur, 11, 610.

up; come forth, appear, rise, 4, 130; exigā, ēgi, actus, 3, a. (ex and ago), arise, 3, 128; spring up, arise, 4,

to drive out or work out; drive 625. through, thrust, 10, 682; drive, 2, exoro, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to pray effect357; investigate, examine, ascertain, ually; entreat, implore, 3, 370. 1, 309; weigh, consider, determine, exõrsum, see exordior. 4, 476; fulfill; finish, complete, 6, exortus, a, um, p. of exorior. 637; of time, spend, pass, 1, 75; p. exõsus, a, um, p. (ex and õdi), hat. subst., exăcta, õrum, discoveries, 1, ing much; usually w. an obj. acc.; 309.

hostile, adverse to, hating, 5, 687. exiguus, a, um, adj. (exigo), minute, expedio, ivi or iī, itus, 4, a. (ex and

scanty, little; insignificant, small, pes), to make the foot free; to extri4, 212; few, 5, 754; thin, slender, cate, disentangle; bring forth, get feeble, 6, 493.

ready, 1, 178; seize, use, 5, 209; eximius, a, um, adj. (eximo), excep- serve, 1, 702; unfold, describe, distional; choice, select; distinguished, close, 3, 379, 460; declare, II, 315;

pass. in middle sig., make one's way eximo, ēmī, ēmptus, 3, a. (ex and out, escape, 2, 633.

emo), to take out; remove, 6, 746; expello, puli, pulsus, 3, a., to drive take away, remove, I, 216.

out; drive or carry up; banish, 1, exin, see exinde.

620; repel, drive, 10, 354. exinde (abbrev. exin), adv., from that expendo, pendi, pēnsus, 3, a., to weigh

place; thence, of place; of time, out; fig., pay; suffer, 6, 740; expiate, thereafter; thereupon, then, 6, 743, 2, 229. et al.

experior, pertus sum, 4, dep. a., to try exitialis, e, adj. (exitium), destructive, thoroughly ; try, prove, resort to, 4, fatal, deadly, 2, 31.

535; experience, encounter, know by exitium, iī, n. (exeo), a going out ; experience, I, 202; employ, use ; w.

death ; hardship, 7, 129; destruction, inf., try; p., expertus, a, um, hardownfall, ruin, 2, 131.

ing trieit, learned, 11, 283; P., exitus, ūs, m. (exeo), a going or com- acquainted with, skilled in, tried in,

ing out; departure, exit, passage, 6, w. gen., 10, 173.

894; event, 5, 523; end, death, 2, 554. expers, pertis, adj. (ex and pars),. exoptē, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to choose out; having no part in; w. gen., free

wish exceedingly, long for, desire from, without, apart from, 4, 550; much, 2, 138.

destitute of, 10, 752. exordior, õrsus sum, 4, dep. a., to expertus, a, um, p. of experior.

7, 496.

expleo, plēvi, plētus, 2, a., to fill com- | exseco, ui, tus, 1, a., to cut out, 10,

pletely ; fill up; gorge, 3, 630; satisfy, 315. 1, 713; finish, complete, 1, 270; w. exsecror, ātus sum, I, dep. a. and n. gen., satiate, glut, 2, 586.

(ex and sacro), to curse bitterly; explētus, a, um, p. of expleo.

execrate, curse, 3, 273. explico, āvi or uī, ātus or itus, 1, a., exsectus, a, um, p. of exseco.

to unfold; deploy, draw out, extend; exsequiae, ārum, f. (ex and sequor), describe, tell, 2, 362.

funeral rites, 7, 5. explorātor, oris, m. (exploro), a scout, exsequor, secūtus sum, 3, dep. a., to II, 512.

follow out or throughout ; to per. exploro, āvi, ātus, 1, a., to ascertain by form, conduct, 4, 53; execute, 4,

calling out ; investigate, search ; re- 396; do, 4, 421; pursue, treat of, connoiter, explore, examine, 1, 307; describe. observe, 3, 514; find out, determine, exsero, ui, tus, 3, a, to thrust out ; 1, 77.

expose, uncover ; p., exsertus, a, um, expõnõ, posuí, positus (expostus), 3, a., stripped; naked, 1, 492.

to put forth; plunge, 10, 305; to exsertā, āvi, ātus, 1, intens. a. (exsero), land, 6, 416; to put out or extend, to stretch or thrust forth, 3, 425. 10, 654; expose to, 10, 694.

exsertus, a, um, p. of exserā. exposco, poposci, 3, a., to ask im- exsiliö, ui, sultus, 4, n. (ex and salio),

portunately; to beg, entreat, seek, 3, to spring or leap forth ; dart forth. 261.

exsilium, ii, n. (exsul), banishment, expositus (-postus), a, um, p. of ex- exile, 2, 638; place of exile, 2, 780. pono.

exsolvo, i, solūtus, 3, a., to loosen exprõmo, prõmpsi, promptus, 3, a., to completely, w. acc. and abl.; disen.

bring or draw out ; to utler, 2, gage, 11, 829; set free, deliver, 4, 280.

652. expūgno, āvi, ātus, I, a., to fight out ; exsomnis, e, adj. (ex, and somnus),

carry by storm, 9, 532; win by sleepless, 6, 556. assault, 10, 92.

exsors, sortis, adj., without share, lot, expulsus, a, um, p. of expello.

or part; deprived of, 6, 428; not exquiro, sīvī, situs, 3, a. (ex and provided or given by lot; unallotted,

quaero), to seek out, 3, 96; dis- undesignated, 5, 534; different from cover, petition, pray for, implore, others; distinguished, 8, 552. 4, 57.

exspecto, āvi, ātus, i, a. and n., to exsanguis, e, adj., without blood; life- look out for ; to expect, wait for, 4,

less, 2, 542; pale with terror, terri. 134; await, 6, 614; tarry, linger, fieit, 2, 212.

delay, 4, 225; P., exspectātus, a, exsaturābilis, e, adj. (exsaturo), that , much looked for ; much desired, can be satisfied, 5, 781.

2, 283; expected, trusted. exsaturo, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to satisfy, exspectātus, a, um, p. of exspecto. glut, 7, 298.

exspergo, spersi, spersus, 3, a. (ex exscindo, scidi, scissus, 3, a., to tear and spargo), to sprinkle over, be

out; tear down, destroy, 2, 177; sprinkle, 3, 625. extirpate, 4, 425.

exspersus, a, um, p. of exspergo.

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