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fictum, i, n. (fictus), see fingo. filia, ae, f. (filius), a daughter, 7, 52. fictus, a, um, p. of fingo.

filius, ii, m. (rel. to fēmina), a son, fidēlis, e, adj. (1. fidēs), faithful, 1, 325. trusty, secure, 9, 707.

filum, i, n., a thread, 6, 30. Fidēna, ae, and Fidēnae, ārum, f., fimus, i, m., mire, slime, 5, 333.

Fidena, a town of the Sabines, on findo, fidi, fissus, 3, a., to split, cleare, the Tiber, five miles northeast of sever, crack; separate, divide, 6, 540. Rome, 6, 773.

fingõ, finxi, fictus, 3, a., to moli, shape, fidēns, entis, p. of fido.

fashion, 8, 726; form; render, 2, 80; 1. fidēs, ei, f. (fido), a trusting; con- arrange, 4, 148; conceive, think out,

fidence, faith, belief, reliance, trust, devise, invent, 3, 18; feign, 11, 406; 3, 69; confident hope, trust, 9, 260; imagine, suppose, think, 4, 338; of trustiness, faithfulness, sincerity, the will or spirit, 6, 80; p., fictus, fidelity, honor, 2, 143; 4, 597; an a, um, feigned; false, 2, 107; subst., alliance, league, 10, 71; truth, fact, fictum, i, n.,

, falsehood, 4, 188. 2, 309; certainty, assurance, 3, 375; finio, ivi or iī, itus, 4, a. (finis), to end, personified as a goddess, Faith, put an end to, 11, 116. Fides, 1, 292, et al.

finis, is, m., and rarely f., a boundary, 2. fidēs, is, mostly in the pl., fidēs, limit, of space, time, or action;

ium, f., a lute string, string, or term, end, 2, 619; I, 241; a geal,

stringed instrument, 6, 120. 5, 328; pl., a starting point or bar. fido, sisus sum, 3, n. (rel. to relow, rier, 5, 139; borders, 1, 339;

persuade), to confide, trust, rely; country, territories. freq., w. dat., 7, 290; w. abl., 5, finitimus, a, um, adj. (sinis), perlain. 398; w. inf., dare, 5, 69; p., fidēns, ing to boundaries; bordering upon, entis, trusting, bold, confident, w. neighboring, 7, 549; subst., finitiabl., dat., or gen., freq.

mus, i, m., a borderer; pl., finitimi, fidūcia, ae, f. (sido), confidence, trust, õrum, neighboring tribes, people,

reliance, assurance, hope, 2, 75, et al.

fio, factus sum, fierī, see facio. fidus, a, um, adj. (sido), trustworthy, firmā, āvi, ātus, 3, a. (firmus), to make

faithful, trusty, 1, 188; safe, secure, firm or strong; make steady, assure, hospitable, 5, 24 ; w. gen., tui fidis. 3, 659; to establish, mature; confirm,

sima, most faithful to thee, 12, 659. 2, 691; ratify, 12, 212; encourage, fīgo, tixi, fixus, 3, a., to fix or fasten; 3, 611, secure, guard, 11, 466.

freq., the object in or on which, in firmus, a, um, adj., firm, strong, solid, the abl., 1, 212; abl. w. prep., 6, 2, 481; fig., resolule, steadfast, 6, 636 ; acc. w. prep., 9, 408 ; fas- 261. ten up, suspend from, 3, 287; hang fissilis, e, adj. (findo), easily split; up, 1, 248; set up, establish, make, fissile, 6, 181. 6,622; transfix, pierce, 5, 516; hurl fissus, a, um, p. of findo. (fix by hurling), 10, 883; wound, fixus, a, um, p. of figo. 10, 343; inscribe, 11, 84.

flagellum, i, n. (dim. of flagrum, a figūra, ae, f. (fingo), a form, figure, whip), a scourge or whip, 5, 579; shape, 12, 862; sex, 6, 449.

thong, 7, 73I.

5, 106.

mourn ,

flagito, ävi, ätus, 1, a. (rel. to fāgro), fluo), to shed tears; weep, 2, 279; to ask importunately; demand, 2,

a., lament, bewail, weep 1 24.

for, 6, 213, et al. flāgrā, āvī, ātus, i, n., to be on fire or 1. flētus, a, um, p. of fleo.

in flames; burn, blaze, 2, 685; glow, 2. flētus, ūs, m. (fieo), a weeping; 1, 710; flash, 12, 167; blush, 12,65; tears, 3, 599; a flood of tears, 2, 271; roge, 11, 225.

lamentation, mourning, 4, 463; flāmen, inis, n. (flo, blow), a blowing; tearful, sad message, 4, 437.

blast, gale, breeze, wind, 4, 241. flexilis, e, adj. (flecto), flexible, pliant, flamma, ae, f., a blaze or flame ; freq., 5, 559. fire, 6, 6; torch, 6, 518; signal fire, 1. flexus, a, um, p. of flecto. 2, 256; funeral flame or fire, 5, 4; 2. flexus, ūs, m. (flecto), a bending, lightning, 6, 586; beam, 4, 607; winding flaming brand, 2, 478; burning flíctus, ūs, m. (fligo), a striking, dashrage; flame of wrath, wrath, re- ing, collision, stroke, 9, 667. venge, 2, 587; burning love, fire, floreó, uī, 2, n. (Aõs), to be in flower, passion, I, 673.

bloom ; to be adorned with flowers; flammeus, a, um, ailj. (flamma), like fig., blooming, decorated, 4, 202; to

flame; fiery, flaming, 7, 448. be in the bloom, in the flower of age flammo, ävi, ātus, I, a. and n. (flam- or life; to be prosperous, to flourish;

ma), to set in flames; fig., inflame, to be bright, to flash, it, 433. enrage, 1, 50.

floreus, a, um, adj. (flos), flowery, 1, flātus, ūs, m. (fo, blow), a blowing ; 430.

wind; a blast, 4, 442; breath, snort- flös, floris, m. a blossom, flower, 6, 708; ing, 11, 911; fig., boasting, pride, flower, freshness, 7, 162; down, 8, 11, 346.

160; beauty, perfection, glory, flower, flāvēns, entis, p. of Māveo. flāveo, no perf. nor sup., 2, n. (Alāvus), fluctuo, āvī, ātus, i, n. (fluctus), to

to be yellow ; p., flāvēns, entis, grow- wave, fluctuate ; fig., toss, 4, 532; ing yellow, 10, 324; P., yellow, rage, boil, 12, 527. golien, 4, 590.

fluctus, ūs, m. (fluo), a flowing: bilFlāvinius, a, um, adj. (Flāvinium), of low, surge, wave, 1, 66; ocean, sea, Flavinium or Flavina, in Etruria ;

3, 270; water, 5, 182; fig., of the Flavinian, 7, 696.

mind, 12, 831. flāvus, a, um, adj., yellowish; yellow, fluēns, entis, p. of fluo.

7, 31; gold-tinted, golden, 1, 592; fluentum, i, n. (fluo), a stream, river, 4,559; yellow-haired, golden-haired;

4, 143; current, water, 12, 35. pale green, 5, 309.

fluidus, a, um, adj. (fuo), flowing, flecto, flexi, fexus, 3, a, and n., to bend; fluid, running; dropping, 3, 663.

make by twisting, weave, 7, 632; fluito, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. n. (fluo), to turn, guide, 1, 156; rein, manage, float, 5, 867. 9,606; influence, sway, bend, move; flūmen, inis, n. (fluo), a stream, current, retain, check, 12, 46; p., flexus, a, river, 3, 389; torrent, floout, 2, 305; um, crooked, 5, 500.

water, 2, 719; flood (of tears), 1, fleo, flēvi, filētus, 2, n. and a. (rel. to 465; rēcto flūmine, by the direct

8, 500.

n.,

stream, straight along the current or fomes, itis, m. (foveo), kindling stuff ; channel, 8, 57.

fuel, 1, 176. fluo, fluxi, fluxus, 3, n., to flow; freq., fons, fontis, m., a spring, fountain, 1,

run, stream, 5, 200; drip, 5, 179; 244; water, 2, 686; living water, 12, pour forth, 12, 444; flock, crowd, 119; lake, 4, 512. throng, II, 236; sink, fall, 11, 828; for, fātus sum, 1, dep. a. and n. (rel. tu ebb, droop, wane, 2, 169; P., fluēns, prul), to speak, report, say', 1, 131, entis, fig., luxuriant; abounding 610; ger., fandi; copia fandi, opwith ; p., fluxus, a, um, flowing portunity of speaking, 1, 520; fando,

away; perishing, waning, 10, 88. by report, 2, 81; while speaking, 2, 6; fluviālis, e, adj. (fluvius), pertaining p., fandus, a, um; subst., fandum, i, to a river or brook, 4, 635.

that
may

be uttered; right, 1, 543. fluvius, is, m. (Auo), a stream; river, forceps, ipis, f., a pair of tongs, pin

1, 607; water, fountains, abundant cers, 8, 453. water; secundo fluvio, by the favor- fore, forem, etc., see sum. ing stream, with or down the stream, foris, is, f. (rel. to Oupa), a door ; often 7, 494.

in the pl. with reference to double fluxus, a, um, p. of fuo.

doors, 1, 505; door or entrance. focus, i, m., a fireplace, hearth, 5, 660; forma, ae, f., form, figure, shape, 1, 72;

home, 3, 134; place where the fu- beauty, I, 27; kind, species, sort (of neral pyre has been consumed, place penalty), 6, 615; (of crime), 6, 626. of burning, II, 212; fire, firebrand, formica, ae, f., an ant, 4, 402. 12, 285.

1. formido, āvi, ātus, i, a. and n., to fodio, fodi, fossus, 3, a., to dig; pierre, be in dread; to dread, fear; p., for6, 881.

midātus, a, um, formidable, dreadfoedē, adv. (foedus), foully, basely, ful, 3, 275 shamefully, 5, 794.

2. formido, inis, f. (formīdo), dread, foedo, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (foedus), to make dismay, apprehension, terror, fear,

foul; defile, pollute, 3, 227; fig., dis- 2, 76; awe, 7, 608; personif., Fear, figure, mutilate, 2, 286; lacerate, Dismay, 12, 335. wound, 12, 871; break, tear in pieces, formā, āvi, ātus, i, a. (forma), to destroy, 2, 55.

form, fashion, train; build, 9, 80. 1. foedus, a, um, adj., foul, filthy, loath- formosus, a, um, adj. (forma), ex

some, 3, 216; malignant, 4, 195; celling in form, beautiful. vile, base, 11, 392.

fornāx, ācis, f., a furnace; forge, 7, 2. foedus, eris, n. (rel. to fido, trust), 636.

a treaty, league, alliance, freq., truce, fornix, icis, m., an arch, vault, 6, 631. 5, 496; side or party, 12, 658; cov- fors, fortis, f. (rel. tu fero), chance, enant, contract, 4, 339; laws of hos. hazard, luck, hap, fortune, 1, 377, pitality, hospitality, 10, 91; pledge, num., fors, as adv. (for fors sit, love, 4, 520; law, term, condition, haply, perchance, 2, 1 39, et al.; abl., rule, 1, 62.

forte, by chance, perchance, hani, folium, i7, n., a leaf, 1, 175. follis is, m., a pair of bellows, the bel- forsan, adv. (for forsitan), perhaps, 1, lows, 8, 449.

203.

1, 375, et al.

436.

53.

forsitan, adv. (fors sit an), perchance, a burst or clap of thunder, 2, 692; perhaps, 2, 506.

roaring, uproar, I, 154; shout, 5, fortasse, adv., perhaps, 10, 548. 228; noise of lamentation, 11, 214. forte, see fors.

fragõsus, a, um, adj. (fragor), crashfortis, e, adj., strong, physically, pow- ing, clashingroaring, noisy, 7,

erful, sturdy; strong in spirit; coura- 566.
grous, valiant, dauntless, bold, brave, frāgrāns, antis, p.

of frāgro. 1, 101; noble, 10, 865.

frāgro, i, m., to emit odor; be fragrant; fortūna, ae, f. (fors), fortune, destiny, p., frāgrāns, antis, fragrant, 1,

lot, chance, fate, 1, 628; success, 10, 422; the proper moment, a chance, frango, frēgi, frāctus, 3, a., to break, 1, 12, 920; misfortune, calamity, 12, 104; crush, grind, 1, 179;

dis593; personified, 3, 53, et al. hearten, discourage, 2, 13; baffle; fortūnātus, a, um, adj. (fortūna), weaken, impair, ruin, destroy, 3,

befriended by fortune; fortunate, happy, blessed, prosperous, 1, 437; frāter, frātris, m., a brother, 1, 130. w. gen., II, 416.

frāternus, a, um (frāter), pertaining Forulī, ārum, m., a Sabine town, 7, to a brother; brother's, 4, 21; fra714.

ternal, 5, 24. forum, i, n., a place of public assem- fraudā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (fraus), to de

bly; market, exchange; forum, 5, prive of wrongfully; cheurt, defraud 758; Forum Romānum, the princi- (w. abl. of the thing), 4, 355. pal Roman forum or chief place of fraus, fraudis, f., fraud, deception, popular assemblies, situated nearly treachery, deceit, guile, 4, 675; between the Capitol and the Palatine, stratagem, ambuscade,

II, 522; 8, 361.

wickedness; fault, offense, 9, 428; forus, i, m. (rel. to forum), a gangway mischance, harm, 10, 72; hurt,

between the rowing benches of a harm, 11, 708; treacherous nature, ship; the interior, the hold or hatches uncertainty, 9, 397. of a ship or boat, 4, 605; pl., hatches, fraxineus, a, um, adj. (fraxinus), per6, 412.

taining to the ash tree; of ash wood, fossa, ae,

f. (fodio), a ditch, trench, 7, ashen, ash, 6, 181. 157

fraxinus, i, f., an ash tree, II, 136. fötus, a, um, p. of foveo.

fremēns, entis, p. of fremo. fove7, fövī, fõtus, 2, a., to keep warm; fremitus, ūs, m. (fremā), a murmur

fig, foster, protect, cherish, 1, 281; ing, an uproar, din; tumult, shoutsoothe, 12, 420; caress, make love to, ing, 2, 338, et al.; buzzing, humming; 1, 718; rest, incline, 10, 838; to toy neighing, 11, 607. away, enjoy, 4, 193; cherish, hope, fremā, ui, itus, 3, n. and a., to make a long, desire, 1, 18.

murmuring noise; to roar, 1, 56; frāctus, a, um, p. of frango.

whinny, neigh, 12, 82; raise lamenfrāgmen, inis, n. (frango), a fracture; tations, 6, 175; whiz, 12, 922; re

a piece broken off, fragment, 9, 569. sound, 4, 668; rage, 5, 19; to be fierce, fragor, õris, m. (frango), breaking, the furious, 4, 229; fume, rave, 12, 535;

noise of breaking; a crash; noise; shout and sing, 4, 146; a., rage, rave for, clamor for, 11, 453, et al.; ore frondeus, a, um, adj. (1, fröns), fremere, applaud, shout applause, formed of leaves; cor'ered with 5, 385; p., fremēns, entis, raging, leaves ; leafy. 4, 229.

frondosus, a, um, adj. (1. fröns), full fremor, oris, m. (fremo), a roaring, a of leaves, leafy; woody, 5, 252. murmur, II, 297.

1. frons, frondis, f., a leaf, 3, 449; leaffrēnā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (frēnum), to bri- age, foliage ; leafy spray, branch,

dle, 5, 554; check, curb, restrain, I, twig, bough, 2, 249; a leafy crown, 54, 523.

a garland, wreath, 4, 148. frēnum, i, n.; in the pl. sometimes 2. frons, frontis, f., the forehead, browo,

frēnī, ārum, a bit, 4, 135; bridle, 636; face, 11, 238; 10, 211; horns, reins, 3, 542; fig., 6, 100.

3, 9, 627; front, 1, 166; prow, 5, frequēns, entis, adj., frequent; often

158. present, often; in great numbers, frūgēs, um, see frūx. thronging, 1, 707; abounding in; frūmentum, i, n. (fruor), grain, corn; plentiful.

a grain, 4, 406; growing wheat, frequento, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (frequens), blades of corn or wheat.

to visit often; to visit or attend in fruor, frūctus and fruitus sum, 3, dep. great numbers, resort to, frequent, n., to enjoy, w. abl., 3, 352. throng, inhabit, 6, 478.

früstrā, adv. (rel. to fraus), in zain, fretum, i, n., a frith or strait; water; to no purpose, 6, 294, et al. the sea, 1, 557.

frustror, ātus sum, I, dep. a. (frustrā), frētus, a, um, adj., leaning on; w. abl. to render main; frustrate, baffle,

of the thing on which; relying on, disappoint, 6, 493.

confiding in, trusting to, 4, 245. frūstum, i, n., a piece, 1, 212. frigeõ, frixi, 2, n., to be cold, stiff with frūx, frūgis, f., found usually in the pl.,

cold; stiffened, rigid with death, 6, frūgēs, um (fruor), fruit, of the 219; to be benumbed, paralyzed, tor- groun and of trees; fruit of the pid, 5, 396.

ground; corn, 1, 178; wheaten frīgidus, a, um, adj. (frigeo), cold, meal, sacrificial grits, cake, 2, 133; 7, 715; chilling, benumbing; chill,

herbs, 6, 420. shuddering, 3, 29; cool; fig., without fuat, see sum.

spirit, slow, w. dat., 11, 338. Fūcinus, i, m., a lake in the Apene frīgus, oris, n. (rel. to frigeo), coli, nines, east of Rome (recently re

frost, 6, 309; coli wrather, a cold moved, or nearly so, by artificial storm; coolness, cool brecce; frost; drainage), 7, 759. chilling, paralyzing far, I, 92; the fūcus, i, m., the male bee; a drone, 1, chill of death, 12, 951.

435. froudēns, entis, p. of frondeo. fuga, ae, f. (sugio), a fleeing; a flighi, fronde), 2, n. (1. frons), to be leafy; 1, 137; escape, 11, 815; speed, 1,

to bear or put forth leaves; fron- 317; voyage, 3, 190; personif., 9. dēns, leafy, 3, 25; green; still bear- 719; ēripere, agitāre fugam, to ing leaves, 4, 399.

hasten one's flight, 2, 619, 640; frondēsco, frondui, 3, inc. n. (fron- dare fugam, w. dat., to yield, i.e.

deo), to put forth leaves, 6, 144. tuke flight, 12, 367.

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