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exspiro, āvi, ātus, 1, a. and n., to extemplo, adv. (ex and tempus), im.

breathe out, 1, 44; to expire, die, mediately, forthwith, at once, directly, 10, 731.

6, 210. exstinctus, a, um, p. of exstinguo. extendo, tendi, tentus or tēnsus, 3, a., exstinguo, stinxi, stinctus, 3, a. (plu- to stretch forth; stretch, extend, 5,

perf. extinxem, for extinxissem, 4, 374; continue, 12, 909; magnify, 606), to extinguish, put out, quench, advance, 6, 806. 8, 267; blot out, extinguish, 6, 527; exter (exterus), era, erum, adj. (ex), extirpate, kill, destroy, 4, 682; p., on the outside ; external, foreign, 4,

exstinctus, a, um, lust, 4, 322. 350; superl., extrēmus (or exexsto, āre, n., to stand forth or out ; timus), a, um, outer most; outer, 12, rise above, 6, 668.

925; last, most distant, farthest, 5, exstructum, i, n. (extruo), an elevated 327; remotest, hindmost, last, 5, 183; seat or tribunal, 5, 290.

final, 3, 714; consummating, finishexstrūctus, a, um, p. of exstruo. ing, 7, 572; last in degree; exexstru), strūxi, strūctus, 3, a., to treme, basest, worst, 11, 701; the

build up; erect; raise, spread, 3, instant of, verge of, 2, 447; subst., 224; build, 4, 267; p., exstructus, extrēma, õrum, pl. n., the most disa, um, raised by, reclining on, 9, tant parts, 1, 577; the last sufferings, 326.

death, 1, 219; perils, 3, 375; adv.; exsul, is, C., an exile, 3, 11.

extrēma, for the last time, one's last, exsulo, āvī, ātus, i, n. (exsul), to be in 11, 865.

exile, banished, or driven away, 11, externus, a, um, adj. (exter), exter. 263.

nal; pertaining to foreigners; forexsulto, āvi, ātus, i, intens. n. (ex- eign, 6, 94; subst., externus, i, m.,

silio), to spring; move with bold or a stranger, 3, 43. exulting strides, 2, 470; 10, 643; exterreo, ui, itus, 2, a., 10 frighten ; advance proudly, 10, 550; bound, alarm, startle, terrify, 3, 307; flut12, 658; rise, surge in billows, ter in terror, 5, 505; P., exterritus, swell, 3, 557; bubble, 7, 464; pant, a, um, startled; roused, 4, 571. 5, 137; exult, rejoice, triumph, 2, extimēsco, timui, 3, inc. n. and a., to 386.

be afraid, 8, 129. • exsupero, ävi, ātus, 1, n. and a., to be extimus, superl. of exter.

completely above; mount upward, extollo, 3, a., to lift up; fig., laud, rise on high, 2, 759; pass by, 3, extol, 11, 401. 698; pass over, 11, 905; surpass, extorqueo, torsi, tortus, 2, a., to wrest excel, 12, 20; overrule, 7, 591; sur- out of, w. dat., 12, 357. mount, 10, 658; of wrath, boil over, extorris, e, adj. (ex and terra), out of

one's country; exiled, w. abl., 4, 616. exsurgā, surrēxī, 3, n., to rise up; extrā, prep. w. acc. (exterā, abl. of rise, 11, 697; stand, 6, 607.

exter), outside of, beyond, 6, 796; exta, Õrum, n. pl., the inner parts of out of; from, 2, 672.

animals, esp. the upper portions, as extrēmus, a, um, superl. of exter. distinguished from the lower intes. extundo, tūdi, tūsus, 3, a., to beat out, tines; entrails, 4, 64.

emboss, 8, 665.

12, 46.

exūbero, āvi, ātus, i, n., to abound, | facesso, cessi, cessītus, 3, intens. a. overflow, 7, 465.

(facio), to do effectively; per form, exuo, uī, ūtus, 3, a. (cf. induo), to execute, 4, 295.

put off; take off, lay aside, 1, 690; faciēs, ēi, f. (facio), the make or fashunclasp, unbuckle, 9, 303; put away,

ion of things; form, figure, 12, 416; change, 4, 319; divest; lay bare, face, countenance, 1, 658; image, strip, bare, 5, 423; w. abl. of the specter, 7, 448; aspect, 6, 104; apthing from which, free from, 2, 153, pearance, 3, 310; form, kind, 6, et al.

560. exūrā, ussī, ūstus, 3, a., to burn out, facile, adv., see facilis.

consume with fire; burn up, 1, 39; facilis, e, adj. (facio), that can be dry up, parch, 3, 141; burn out, done ; easy, 1, 445; easily working, purge, 6, 742.

ready, skillful ; of pliant, easy naexūstus, a, um, p. of exuro.

ture; good-natured; superl., facilexūtus, a, um, p. of exuo.

limus, a, um, 11, 761; adv., facile, exuviae, ārum, f. (exub), that which easily.

has been taken off ; a garment, vest. facio, fecī, factus, 3, a.; pass.: fið, ment, 4, 496; armor, arms; spoils, factus sum, fieri, to make or do, with 2, 275; memorials, relics, 4, 651; or without an object; freq.; constiskin, 2, 473; hide, 11, 577.

tute, render, make, I, 8o; perform,

execute, 1, 302; do, 2, 110; make F

or represent, in art, 8, 710; compose,

make; handle, manage, make, of Fabaris, is, m., the Fabaris, a small sails or ropes, 5, 281, 830; suppose, branch of the Tiber, 7, 715.

grant, 4, 540; to cause, make, w. Fabius, i7, m., the name of a gens con- inf., 2, 539; effect, cause that, take

spicuous în Roman history, of whom care, see, w. subj., 12, 438; old fut. the most illustrious was Q. Fabius pers.; faxo, I will cause, will see to Maximus Verrucosus, who

it, 9, 154; pass.: fieri, to be made, manded the armies as dictator after done ; sacrificed, 5, 763; to become, the battle of Lake Trasimene, 6, 5, 620; p., factus, a, um, made, 845.

wrought, 10, 527; subst., factum, fabricātor, õris, m. (fabrico), a con- ī, n., a thing done; deed, action,

structor, contriver, framer, artificer, achievement, 1, 364. builder, 2, 264.

factus, a, um, p. of facio. Fabricius, ii, m., Fabricius, a Roman Fādus, i, m., a Rutulian, 9, 344.

family name, esp. C. Fabricius, con- falcātus, a, um, adj. (falx), scythesul, B.C. 281 and 278, conspicu- shaped; hooked, crooked, 7, 732. ous in the war with Pyrrhus, 6, Faliscī, õrum, m., the Falisci, a Tus844.

can people dwelling in Falerii; perfabrico, āvī, ātus, 1, a., and fabricor, haps kindred with the Aequicoli, 7,

ātus sum, i, dep. a. (fabrica, struc

ture), to construct, frame, build, 2,46. fallāx, ācis, adj. (fallo), prone to fabrīlis, e, adj. (faber, smith), pertain- cheat; deceitful, treacherous, false, ing to a smith; forging, 8, 415.

5, 850, et al.

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fallo, fefelli, falsus, 3, a., to deceive, trates of Rome, 6, 818; meton.,

cheat, ensnare, beguile, 1, 688; coun- civil honors. ter feit, assume, 1, 684; to be unob- fastigium, iī, n. (fastigo), that which served by, escape the notice of, 2, 744; is carried to a point or apex; the make useless or deceptive, 5, 591; aper or point of a pediment; a disappoint, 4, 17; to violate an oath, gable, upper part of a house ; roof, 6, 324; pass., to deceive one's self, pinnacle, battlement, 2, 444; slope be mistaken, err, 5, 49; impers., of a trench; fig., chief point, 1, fallit, it escapes one, is hid from or 342. unknown to, 4, 96; p., falsus, a, fastus, ūs, m., haughtiness, pride, um, deceptive, misleading; delusive,

arrogance, 3, 326. 6, 896; groundless, false, 2, 83; fātālis, e, adj. (fātum), fated, 4, 355; pretended, feigned, 1, 716; counter- of fate or destiny, 2, 165; sent by feit, 3, 302; longē fallēns, far-shoot- fate, 12, 232; fraught with fate, deing (from a distant and

structive, calamitous, deadly, fatal, hand), 9, 572.

12, 919. falsus, a, um, p. of fallo.

fateor, fassus sum, 2, dep. a. (rel. to falx, falcis, f., a sickle, 4, 513; a prun- for), to own, admit, acknowledge,

ing hook or knife; scythe, 7, 635. confess, 2, 134; tell, declare, 3, 609; fāma, ae, f. (cf. onun, report), report, consent, 12, 568.

rumor, 1, 532; tradition, 7, 765; fātidicus, a, um, adj. (fātum and dico), renown, name, fame, 1, 463; glory, prophetic, sooth saying, 8, 340. 9, 195; fame, reputation, honor, 4, fātifer, era, erum, adj. (fātum and 91; personified as a goddess, Fame, fero), fatal, deadly, 8, 621. Rumor, 4, 173.

fatigo, āvi, ātus, 1, a., to weary, tire, famēs, is, f., hunger, I, 216; famine, 1, 316; exhaust, 11, 306; goad, 9,

3, 256; greed, desire, 3, 57; per- 610; harass, vex, pursue, 6, 533;

sonified, Famine, Hunger, 6, 276. infuriate, 9, 63; rouse, 4, 572; beat famula, ae, f. (famulus), a female up, hunt, scour, 9, 605; disturb,

house slave; maidserz'ant, 1, 703. confrund, 1, 280; strike upon, beat, famulus, i, m., pertaining to the house ; 10, 304; demand with importunity,

a house servant or slave; manser. clamor for, 7, 582.

vant, 1, 701; attentant, 5, 95. fatiscā, 3, inc. n., to come apart; to fandi, fando, see for.

open, 1, 123; gape open, 9, 809. far, farris, n., spelt, 4, 402; grain or fātum, i, n. (for), that which is demeal, 5, 745.

creed; fate, lot, destiny, 1, 299; a fãs, indecl. n. (rel. to for), dizine prophecy, an oracle, 1, 382; misfor

right or law ; duty, justice, 3, 55; tune, destruction, death, 4, 20; natprivilege, 9, 96; as predicate with ural destiny, a natural death, 4, esse, permitted, lawful, proper, in- 696; the (usual) limits of life, II, cumbent, 1, 77, et al.

160. fascis, is, m., a bundle; burden, pl., fātus, a, um, p. of for.

fascēs, ium, the fasces or bundle of faucēs, ium, f., the jaws, throat, 2, 358; rods, a symbol of authority, borne fig, mouth, entrance, jaws, 6, 241; by the lictors before the higher magis- defiles, 11, 516.

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Faunus, i, m. (faveo), Faunus, the quite ; generally, usually, for the

tutelary god of husbandmen, identi- most part; freq. fied by the Romans with the Greek ferēns, entis, p. (fero), carrying for. Pan, 7, 254, et al.

ward; of winds, favorable, 3, 473. faveo, fāvi, fautus, 2, n., to be favor- See fero.

able to; befriend, favor, I, 735; feretrum, i, n. (sero), a vier, 6, 222. applaud, 5, 148; ore favēre, to keep ferinus, a, um, adj. (ferus), of wild reverent, religious, or solemn silence, beasts ; of game; of animals, ii, 5, 71.

571; subst., ferina (sc. caro, flesh), favilla, ae, f., ashes, embers, cinders, ae, f., flesh, game, venison, 1, 215. 3, 573.

ferio, 4, a., to smite or strike, 1, 103; favor, oris, m. (faveo), good will, par- cut, 4, 580; pierce, 12, 304; slay, tiality, favor, 5, 343.

10, 315; strike or slay the covenant fax, facis, f., a torch ; firebrand, 1, victim ; hence, of a treaty, to make,

150; fire, 4, 626; of a meteor, fiery 10, 154. train, 2, 694.

feritās, ātis, f. (ferus), fierceness, 11, faxo, see facio.

568. fécundus, a, um, adj. bringing forth ; fero, tuli, lātus, ferre, irreg. a., to fruitful, productive, 6, 598; teem- bear, bring, carry, 1, 702; bear ing, 7, 338.

away, 2, 374; bring againsi, 12, fel, fellis, n., the gall bladder; gall, 465; carry, drive, 1, 536; bear,

bile; poison, 12, 857 ; fig., wrath, bring forth, breed; produce, give, 8, 220.

1, 605; conduct, lead, 6, 295; offer, fēlix, icis, adj. fruitful, 6, 230; happy, 3, 19; aim, 12, 299; cast, throw,

lucky, fortunate, 3, 493; successful, 2, 570; move, 3, 490; induu e, cause, II, 196; skillful, 9, 772; active, attend, 5, 356; suffer, allow, 2, 94; making happy; favorable, kind, take away, 2, 555; destroy, 2, 600; propitious, 1, 330.

bring, afford, 1, 463; grant, pul, 3, fēmina, ae, f., a woman, 1, 364. 145; render, make, 3, 529; derire, fēmineus, a, um, adj. (fēmina), per- have (others supply sê w. ferebat),

taining to women; female, 9, 142; 11, 341; bear, suffer, endure, 2, a woman's, of a woman, 2, 584; of 131; carry or lift, in praises, exalt, women, 4, 667; fit for a woman, extol; bring tidings, report, 1, 645; 12, 53.

bring to light, disclose, 2, 158; profemur, oris, and (from obsol. femen), pose, 10, 150; relate, tell, say, 2,

feminis, n., the thigh, 10, 344; 788. 230; call, 7, 208; impel, prompi, fenestra, ae, f. (rel. to paivw, show), 6, 675; direct, 2, 34; require, 11,

an opening for the admission of 345; mē, tē, sē ferre, to bear, carry, light; loop hole, window, 3, 152; present one's self; moze, stalk, 8, opening, gap, breach, 2, 482.

199; return, 7, 492; go, 2, 456; fera, see ferus.

appear, 1, 503; rise, 6, 241; rusk, fērālis, e, adj., pertaining to the dead; 2, 672; boast, 5, 373; pass., ferri,

funereal, funeral, 6, 216; mourn- to be borne, carried, presented'; to ful, 4, 462.

be rendered, to be, 4, 1o; rusk, ferē, adv., almost, nearly, about; just, hurry, hasten, 2, 337; ride, 5, 587; march, 11, 530; sail, 3, 16; p., ferveo, ferbui, 2, n., and fervo, fervi, 3, ferēns, of the wind, blowing; favor. n., to boil; fig., to blaze, be bright, ing, 4, 430; signa ferre, to move the 4, 567; flash, 8, 677; glow, 11, 195; standards, move on to war, advance, stir, be alive, teeming, 4, 407; move, 8, 498; ferre manum, to engage in speed on, 1, 436; rage, 9, 693, conflict, 5, 403; ferre pedem, to fervidus, a, um, adj. (ferveo), glowcome; return, go, 2, 756.

ing hot; glowing; fired, 9, 736; Fēronia, ae, f., an ancient Italian god. furious, 7, 397; boiling, 7, 24;

dess, presiding over woods and or- threatening, 12, 894; eager, imchards, 7, 800.

petuous, 12, 748. ferox, ocis, adj. (ferus), wild; im- fervo, see ferveo.

petuous ; ferocious, fiery, fierce, 5, fervor, oris, m. (ferveo), fury, 10, 277; warlike, martial; proud, 12, 578. 895.

Fescenninus, a, um, adj. (Fescennia), ferrātus, a, um, adj. (ferrum), fur- of Fescennia, a Tuscan city on the

nished or covered with iron; iron, Tiber, 7, 695. 7, 622; iron pointed, iron shod, 5, fessus, a, um, adj. (rel. to fatisco), 208; iron spurred, armed with the faint, wearied, tired; spent, exspur, II, 714.

hausted, feeble, 2, 596; languid; ferreus, a, um, adj. (ferrum), of iron, fig., strained, sea-tossed, I, 168;

iron-, 3, 45; fig., inflexible, stern, afflicted, 3, 145; wearied with, exiron; of death, 10, 745.

hausted by, w. gen., 1, 178; w. abl., ferrūgineus, a, um, adj. (ferrūgő), of 5, 715. the color of iron rust; dusky, dark, festino, āvi, ātus, i, n. and a., to

make haste, haslen, 2, 373; speed, ferrūgo, inis, f. (ferrum), iron rust; quicken, hasten, 4, 575.

the color of iron rust; dusky or festinus, a, um, adj. (festīnā), hastenbrown tint, 11, 772; red or purple, ing, 9, 488. 9, 582.

fēstus, a, um, adj. festive, festal, 2, ferrum, i, n., iron; an iron imple-' 249.

ment or weapon; battleax, ar, 2, 1. fētus, a, um, p., pregnant, with 55; sword, 1, 350; arms; dart, young; bearing; filled, full, teemarrow, 4, 71 ; spear, javelin, 9, ing, I, 51; 2, 238; having brought 410; war, 10, 10; iron point, 1, forth ; fruitful.

313; 9, 633; curling iron, 12, 100. 2. fētus, ūs, m., a bearing or breedfertilis, e, adj. (fero), productive, fer- ing; the young; the new swarm, 1, tile, fruitful, 9, 136.

432; litter, 3, 391; of vegetable ferus, a, um, adj. (rel. to Ońp, wild products, growth, sprig, shoot, 6,

beast), wild, untamed; fierce, 10, 207; fruit; product. 12; hard, cruel, 2, 326; mad, fren- fibra, ae, f., a fiber, 6, 600; root; enzied, 6, 49; of prey, carrion, 10, trail. 559; subst., ferus, i, m., and fera, fibula, ae, f. (figo), a clasp, brooch, ae, f., a wild beast; in gen., a brute ; buckle, 5, 313, et al. a beast, 2, 51; courser, steed, 5,818; fictor, oris, m. (fingo), one who molus, flag, 7, 489.

or shapes; deviser, 9, 602.

6, 303.

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