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fugāx, ācis, adj. (fugio), swift in fūmidus, a, um, adj. (fūmus), smok

flight; fleet, 10, 697; timid, 9, 591. ing, 9, 75; steaming, 7, 465; fugiēns, entis, p. of fugio.

veiled with smoke, 7, 76. fugio, fūgi, fugitus, 3, n. and a. (rel. fūmifer, era, erum, adj. (fūmus and

to peúnyw), to flee, fly, 2, 528; re- fero), smoke bearing; smoky, 8, 255. cede, 6, 61; run away from, out- fūmā, āvī, ātus, I, n. (fūmus), to strip, 10, 266; flee back from, ii, smoke, 3, 3, et al.; send up vapor; 405; escape, 2, 156; shun, avoid; fume, reek, 2, 698; foam, 12, 338. w. infin., refuse, 9, 200; P., fu- fūmus, i, m., smoke, 2, 609, et al.

giēns, entis, swifl, flying, il, 654. fūnālis, e, adj. (fūnis), made of or fugo, ävi, ätus, 1, a. (fugio), to put pertaining to a rope, cord, or wick;

to flight, drive, 6, 312; make to subst., fünāle, is, n., a wax taper, vanish, drive away, 3, 521; dis- candle, torch, 1, 727. perse, I, 143.

funda, ae, f., a sling, 9, 586. fui, fuisti, etc., see sum.

fundāmentum, i, n. (1. fundo), a fulcio, fulsi, fultus, 4, a., to sustain, foundation, 4, 266. support, uphold, 4, 247.

fundātor, õris, m. (1. fundo), a fulcrum, i, n. (fulcio), a support, prop, founder, 7, 678. post, foot, 6, 604.

funditus, adv. (fundus), from the bota fulgēns, entis, p. of fulgeo.

tom ; completely, utterly, entirely, fulgeo, fulsī, 2, and fulgo, 3, n., to shine 6, 736.

brightly; flash, gleam, glance, 5, 562; 1. fundo, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (fundus), to p., fulgēns, entis, gleaming, flash- make or lay the bottom of anything;

ing, 2, 749; glowing, bright, 9, 614. to found, erect, buili, 4, 260; esfulgor, õris, m. (sulgeo), lightning, tablish, render stable, organize, 6, flash of lightning, 8, 431; brilliancy, 811; of ships, hold to the bottom, brightness, splendor, 5, 88.

fasten, moor, hold, 6, 4. fulgur, uris, n. (fulgeo), a flash; 2. fundo, fūdi, fūsus, 3, a., to pour; lightning; a thunderbolt.

freq., pour in, 12, 417; pour fulmen, inis, n. (fulgeo), lightning, forth, 2, 329; discharge, 11, 610;

10, 177; thunderbolt, 2, 649, et al.; shed, 3, 348; emit, 2, 684; put thunder, 1, 230.

forth, 12, 207; bear, 8, 139; disfulmineus, a, um, adj. (fulmen), like perse, rout, defeat, 2, 421; pros

lightning; gleaming, flashing, 4, trate, slay, I, 193; utter, 3, 344; 580; like lightning (with his light- pass., fundi, to spread, gather, crowd, ning darts), 9, 812.

3, 635; to assemble, swarm, 6, 709; fulmino, i, n. and a. (fulmen), to P., fūsus, a, um, lying extended, lighten, or thunder, flash.

stretched out; expended, thrown fultus, a, um, p. of fulcio.

away, 7, 421; flowing, 10, 137; fulvus, a, um, adj., reddish or tawny overspread, 10, 838; fundi circum,

yellow; yellow, 5, 374; tawny, 2, to encompass, encircle, 12, 433. 722; brown, , 751; glowing, fundus, i, m., the bottom, 2, 419; bright, 12, 792.

depth, abyss, 6, 581; the ground; a fumeus, a, um, adj. (fūmus), smoky ; farm ; fundo, from the foundation,

smoking, 6, 593.

10, 88.

fūnereus, a, um, adj. (fūnus), of a 2. fūror, ātus sum, 1, dep. a. (für), to funeral; funeral-, 4, 507.

steal, w. acc. and dat., 5, 845 ; P., fūnestus, a, um, adj. (sūnus), fatal, fūrātus, a, um, having stolen, w. dat. destructive, 7, 322.

and ellipsis of acc., 7, 283. fungor, fūnctus sum, 3, dep. n., to per- fürtim, adv. (fūr), by stealth, secretly, form, fulfill, discharge, pay, w. 2, 18. 6, 885.

fürtivus, a, um, adj. (fūrtum), of the fūnis, is, m., a rope, 2, 239, et al.; nature of stealing; stealthy, secret, cord, string, 5, 488.

4, 171 ; adv., fürtivum, stealthily, fūnus, eris, n., a funeral; freq., fu- in secret, 7, 660.

neral rites, 4, 308; death, carnage, furtum, i, n. (fūr), that which is stolen; 2, 361; corpse, dead body, 6, 150; meton., the act of stealing; theft; deathbed, 9, 491; funeral pyre, il, secrecy, concealment, 4, 337; artifice, 189; calamity, 1, 232; pl., fūnera, deceit, fraud, deception,6, 24; treachum, a corpse prepared for burial, 9, erous deed (adultery), 10, 91; stealthy 486.

attack, stratagem, 9, 350; fürta belli, fuo, see sum.

an ambuscade, II, 515. fūr, fūris, c., a thief.

fuscus, a, um, adj., dark, dusky, 7, 408. furiae, ārum, f. (furo), rage, fury, 1. fūsus, a, um, p. of fundo.

madness, frenzy, 1, 41, et al.; ven- 2. fūsus, i, m., a spindle. geance, 8, 494; personif., Furiae, futtilis, e, adj. (fundo), vain, weak, ārum, the goddesses of vengeance, the foolish, 11, 339; brittle, treacherous, Furies, Allecto, Megaera, and Tisi- 12, 740. phone; the Avengers, 3, 331; for futurum, see sum.

the Harpies, 3, 252. furiālis, e, adj. (furiae), raging, 7, 375. furiātus, a, um, p. of furio. furibundus, a, um, adj. (furo), filled Gabiī, õrum, m., Gabii, a town of

with frenzy; raging, raving, wild, Latium at the foot of the Alban hills, frantic, 4, 646. furio, āvī, ātus, I, a. (furiae), to mad- Gabinus, a, um, adj. (Gabii), of Gabri,

den, enrage, infuriate, 2, 407. Gabinian, 7, 612. furā, ui, 3, n., to be mad; freq., 10 gaesum, i, n., a Gallic javelin, long

rave, be frantic, rage, 1, 491; to be and heavy; a gaesum, 8, 662. furious, burn, storm (for war), 7, Gaetūlus, a, um, adj., Gaetulian, Afri625; to be burning or mad with love, can, 5, 351. 1,659; to be frenzied, in a frenzy, 6, Galaesus, i, m., a Latin nobleman, 7, 100; inspired, 2, 345; distracteit

535. with grief, 3, 313; plunge madly, Galatēa, ae, f., a sea-nymph, daughter 9, 552; boil, 7, 464; with cognate of Nereus, 9, 103.

acc., give vent to one's fury, 12, 680. galea, ae, f., a helmet, either of leather 1. furor, õris, m. (furo), rage, mad- or of metal, 3, 468, et al.

ness, fury, 1, 150, et al.; frenzy, 4, galērus, i, m. (rel. to galea), a cap of 91; love, desire; personis. as a deity, fur or undressed skin, hat, cap, 7, a Fury, 1, 294.

688.

6, 773.

eye, 6, 686.

Gallus, i, m., a Gaul, 6, 858; Galli, lamentation, 2, 486; cry, 2, 413; örum, m., the Gauls, 8, 656.

noise, roaring, 3, 555. Gangēs, is, m., a river of India, 9, 31. gemma, ae, f., a bud, precious stone, Ganymēdēs, is, m., Ganymede, son of

gem, 1, 655, et al. Tros, and cup-bearer of Jupiter, 1, gemē, uí, itus, 3, n. and a., to groan, 28.

7, 501; sigh, 1, 465; bemoan, bewail, Garamantes, um (acc. pl., -as), m., lament, 1, 221; of inanimate things,

l'apájavtes, the Garamantes, a bar- creak, 6, 413. barian tribe of Northern Africa, in gena, ae, f., the cheek, 4, 644, et al.;

the modern Fezzan, 794. Garamantis, idis, adj., f. (Garamas), gener, eri, a son-in-law, 2, 344, et al. Garamantian, 4, 198.

generātor, oris, m. (genero), one who Gargānus, i, m., a mountain in Apulia, begets; a breeder, 3, 704. II, 247

genero, āvī, ātus, I, a. (genus), to beget, gaudeo, gāvīsus sum, 2, n. and a., to be w. abl, of source, 7, 734; produce ;

affected with joy; foll. by abl., to re- p., generātus, a, um, descended,

joice in, freq.; w. inf., 2, 239, et al. sprung from, 5, 61. gaudium, iī, n. (gaudeo), joyful feel- generosus, a, um, adj. (genus), of high

ing; delight, pleasure, joy, 1, 502; lineage, noble-blooded, generous, repl., joyful hope, 10, 652; love, 10, nowned, famed, 10, 174. 325; personif., Gaudia, orum, Pleas- genetrix, icis, f. (gigno), she who ures, 6, 279.

brings forth ; mother, 1, 590, et al. gāza, ae, f. (a Persian word, Greek geniālis, e, adj. (genius), pertaining to,

form, yása), strictly, the Persian or sacred to the birth-spirit, or guaridroyal treasure; in gen., riches, wealth, ian genius; genial, joyous, happy, treasure, I, 119.

festive, 6, 603. Gela, ae, f., Gela, an ancient Greek genitor, oris, m. (gigno), he who begets ;

town of Sicily on the river Gela, 3, father, sire, I, 155, et al. 702.

genitus, p. of gigno. gelidus, a, um, adj. (gelū), frosty, ice- genius, is, m. (geno, gigno), the birth

cold; cold, cool, icy, chilling, 2, 120; spirit; a tutelar deity, or guardian chilled, 3, 30.

genius, 5, 95. Gelõnus, i, m., a Gelonian,or Scythian; gēns, gentis, f. (geno, gigno), a family pl., Gelānī, õrum, the Scythians, 8,

stock or gens;

a clan or 725.

tribe, 10, 202; nation, 1, 17; people, Gelõus, a, um, adj. (Gela), belonging to 3, 133; lineage, child, offspring, Gela ; of Gela, 3, 701.

descendant, 1o, 228; descent, II, 331; gelū, ūs, n., frost, cold, numbness, meton., a country, land, 1, 533; 11, chilled blood, 8, 508.

324; pl., gentēs, ium, nations ; geminus, a, um, adj., twin, 1, 274, et

the world. al.; twofold, 6, 203; double, two, 4, genā, ūs, n. (yów), a knee, 1, 320, et 470; pl., gemini, ae, a, twin, 2, al. 500; trvo, 1, 162.

genus, eris, n. (geno), birth, origin, gemitus, ūs, m. (gemo), a groaning; lineage, descent, 1, 132; noble birth,

a groan, 3, 39, et al.; sigh, 1, 485;; nobility, 5, 621; Offspring, progeny,

a race,

5, 737, et al.; a son, descendant, 6, glāns, glandis, f., an acorn; a leaden 500 ; family, 4, 365; tribe, people, ball or bullet, 7, 686. nation, race, 1, 6, et al.; breedt, 7, 1. glaucus, a, um, adj. (ydavkós, bluish 753; sort, kind, 2, 468, et al.

gray); dark, 6, 416; sea-green, 12, germānus, a, um, adj., of the same par. 885.

entage; particularly, of the same 2. Glaucus, i, m., a jabled fisherman father; own ; subst., germānus, i, of Boeotia, one of the Argonauts, who m., own brother; brother, I, 341, et was transformed into a sea-god, 5, al.; germāna, ae, f., own sister ; 823. 2. The father of Deiphobe, the sister, 4, 478.

Cumaean sibyl, 6, 36. 3. A Lycian gero, gessi, gestus, 3, a., to carry, bear, prince, allied with Priam, and slain

12, 97, et al.; wear, 2, 156; assume, by Ajax, son of Telamon, 6, 483. put on as a guise, 1, 315; 12, 472; glisco, 3, inc. n., to grow, swell; rise, bear, produce, have, enjoy, 2, 90; increase, rage, 12, 9. take, feel, 12, 48; wage, carry on, I, globus, i, m., any body of a spherical 24; achieve, manage, 7, 444; do (of form; a globe, ball, 3, 574; sphere, conduct), 9, 203.

6, 725; phalanx, battalion, mass of Gēryon, onis, and Gēryonēs, ae, m., assailants, 9, 515; a mass of smoke

Geryon, a giant with three bodies, or dust; a cloud, 9, 36. dwelling in Gades, slain by Ilercules, glomero, āvī, atus, 1, a.(glomus, ball, to who carried his herd of cattle to Italy, gather into a ball or mass; roll, whirl, 7, 662; 8, 202.

3, 577; collect; assemble, gather, 2, gestāmen, inis, n. (gesto), that which 315; pass., glomerāri, in mid. signif.,

is carried; equipment, weapon, de- to throng, gather; troop, flock, 1, 500.

fense, 3, 286; crown, 7, 246. gloria, ae, f., glory', fame, renoien, 2, gestö, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n., freq. 83, et. al.; love of fame, ambition, 5,

(gero), to carry habitually; bear, I, 394. 336; have, I, 567.

Gorgo, onis, the common name of the gestus, a, um, p. of gero.

three daughters of l'horcus, terrible Getae, ārum, m., the Getae, a Thracian on account of their snaky hair; es

people dwelling on the Danube. pecially, the head of the Gorgon on Geticus, a, um, adj. (Getae), pertain- the shield of Mineria, 2, 616.

ing to the Getae; Getan, Thracian, Gorgoneus, a, um, adj. (Gorgon), per3, 35

taining to a Gorgon; Gorgonian, 7, gigno, genui, genitus, 3, a. (olyvomat, 341.

become), beget, 10, 848, et al.; bear, Gortynius, a, um, adj., of Gortyna, hring forth, 1, 618, et al.; p., geni- a town in Crete; Gortynian, Cretan. tus, a, um, w. abl. of source, begotten görýtus, i, m., a quiver, 10, 169.

of, born of, 9, 642; son of, 1, 297. Gracchus, i, m., the name of a Roman glaciālis, e, adj. (glacies), of ice; icy, family in the gens Sempronia, es3, 285.

pecially Tiberius and Gaius, 6, 842. glaciēs, ci, f., ice, 4, 251, et al. gracilis, e, adj., thin, slender. gladius, ii, m., a sword, 9, 769, et al. gradior, gressus sum, 3, dep. n., to step, glaeba, ae, f., a lump of earth; a clod; walk, go, I, 312; move, advance, 10,

572.

soil, 1, 531.

10, 628.

Gradīvus, i, m. (gradior), the one who gravidus, a, um, adj. (gravis), heavy, 7,

steps or marches; an epithet of Mars, 507, et al.; with young, pregnant; 3, 35.

fig., pregnant, teeming with, 4, 229. gradus, ūs, m. (gradior), a step, footstep, gravis, e, adj., heavy, 1, 728, et al.;

pace, 3, 598; step, stair, 1, 448; con- pregnant, 1, 274; ponderous, firm, ferre gradum, to walk side by side, 5, 437; fig., grave, venerable, 1, 151; 6, 488.

stern, grave (gravely), 5, 387; cruel, Graecia, ae, f., Greece.

10, 630; fierce, 10, 755; weighed Grāi (Grāii) (dissyll.), õrum, m., the down with years or disease; infirm, Greeks, 1, 467, et al.

en feebled, 2, 436; grievous, hard, 6, Grāiugena, ae (quadrasyll.), m. (Grāius 56; painful, deep, 4, 1; offensive;

and gigno), a native Greek; a Greek, comp., graviūra, um, subst., n. pl., 3, 550.

greater hardships, sufferings, 1, 199. Grāius, a, um (dissyl.), adj., Greek, Graviscae, ārum, f., Graviscae or Gra

Grecian, 2, 598; subs., Grāius, i7, visca, a l'uscan town, 10, 184. m., a Greek, 3, 594.

graviter, adv.(gravis), heavily ; deadly: grāmen, inis, n., grass, 3, 537, et al.; 7, 753; greatly, deeply, 1, 126; heav

a blade of grass or of grain, 7, 809; ily, mournfully, 2, 288. plant, herb, 2,471; pasture, meadow; gravo, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (gravis), to weigh grassy field, plain, 7, 655.

down, 9, 437; oppress, burden, 2, grāmineus, a, um, adj. (grāmen), of 708; pass., to resist, yielil reluctantly,

turf, grassy, 5, 287, et al. grandaevus, a, um, adj. (grandis and gremium, iī, n., the lap, the bosom, 1,

aevum), very aged; old, aged, 1, 121. 685, et al.; ante gremium suum, grandis, e, adj., large, great; big, pon- in front of or before one's self, 11, derous, 4, 405.

744. grando, inis, f., hail, 4, 120, et al. 1. gressus, a, um, p. of gradior. grātēs, defect. (found only in nom. and 2. gressus, ūs, m. (gradior), a stepping;

acc. pl.), f. (grātor), thanks, 1, 600; step, walk, course, way, 1, 401; of a in a bad sense, return, reward, 2, ship, 5, 162; air, mien, gait, 5, 649; 537.

ferre gressum, to walk, 6, 677; efgrātia, ae, f. (grātus), acceptableness, ferre gressum, to go forth or out, 2,

agreeableness; charm, delight, love, 6, 753; comprimere gressum, to stop, 653; gratefulness, gratitude, thank- stay one's steps, 6, 389.

fulness, 4, 539; regard, 7, 402. grex, gregis, m., a herd, 6, 38; flock; grātor, ātus sum, i, dep. n. (grātus), to litter; the young, 8, 85.

wish joy to; w. dat. (the acc. is doubt- grus, gruis, f., a crane. ful), rejoice with; congratulate, 4, Grynēus, a, um, adj., of Grynia, a town 478; greet, welcome (perhaps w. in Asia Minor, the seat of one of esse), 5, 40.

the oracles of Apollo, Gruneian, grātus, a, um, adj., acceptable, pleasing, 4, 345.

agreeable, welcome, 2, 269, et al.; gubernāculum, i, n. (gubernõ, steer), dear, 10, 158; thankful, grateful, 11, a helm, 5, 176. 127.

gubernātor, oris, m. (guberno), a gravātus, a, um, p. of gravā.

helmsman, pilot, 3, 269.

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