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gurges, itis, m., a whirlpool, gulf, 3, 1. habitus, a, um, p. of habeo.

421; flood, 2, 497; wave, billow, 3, 2. habitus, ūs, m. (habeo), the having 564; rolling, raging sea, abyss, 1, itself or one's self ; condition, habit; 118; sea, ocean, 7, 704.

dress, attire, 1, 315. gusto, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (gustus, taste), to bāc, adv., see hic. taste, I, 473.

hāctenus, adv., far, so far, of gutta, ae, f., a drop, 3, 28.

space and time; thus far (separated guttur, uris, n., the throat, 6, 421. by tmesis), 5, 603; 6, 62. Gyaros, i, f., one of the Cyclades, be- Hādriacus, a, um, adj. (Hādria), per tween Tenos and Ceos, 3, 76.

taining to the Adriatic Sea ; Adri. Gyās, ae, m. 1. Gyas, commander of

atic, II, 405. one of the ships of Aeneas, I, 222. haedus, i, m., a kid; Haedi, orum, m.,

2. A Latin slain by Aeneas, 10, 318. the constellation of the Kids in the Gýgēs, ae or is, m., a Trojan, 9, 762. hand of Auriga, whose rising porGylippus, i, m., an Arcadian slain by tends storms. Tolumnius, 12, 272.

Haemon, onis, m., a Rutulian, 9, 685. gõrus, i, m., a circle, circular track, Haemonidēs, ae, m., a Latin slain by ring; circuit, 10, 884; coil, 5, 85. Aeneas, 10, 537.

haereo, haesi, haesus, 2, n., to stick ; H

foll, by dat., or by abl. w. or without

a prep.; hang, cling, adhere, cling to, habēna, ae, f. (habeo), a rein, 1, 63, 1, 476, et al.; stop, stand fixed, 6,

et al.; strap, thong, 9, 587; whip, 7, 559; halt, II, 699; adhere to as 380; immissis or laxis habēnīs, companion, 10, 780; stick to in the with all the reins let out, without re chase, 12,. 754; persist, 2, 654; straint, unchecked, 5, 662; pressis dwell, 4, 4; pause, hesitate, 3, 597; or adductis habēnis, with tightened be fixed or decreed, 4, 614. reins, 12, 622.

Halaesus, i, m. 1. An ally of Turnus, habeo, ui, itus, 2, a., to have, in the formerly companion of Agamemmost general sense, freq.; hold, pos non, 7, 724.

2. Another ally of sess, 5, 262; wield, use, 12, 88; main Turnus, 10, 411. tain, keep up, perpetuate; seize, hālitus, ūs, m. (hālo), a breathing; inspire, possess, animate, 4, 581; breath, 4, 684; exhalation, vapor, deem, esteem, reckon, regard, 2, 102;

6, 240. designate, call, 12, 134; hoc habet, Halius, i7, m., a Trojan, 9, 767.

he has got it, he is wounded, 12, 296. hālā, āvi, ātus, 1, a. and n., to breathe ; habilis, e, adj. (habeo), handy, wieldy, exhale or emit odor ; be fragrant or

convenient, easily handled, light, 11, redolent, 1, 417. 555; well formed, 1, 318; well fitted Halys, yos, m., a Trojan, 9, 765. for, adapted to, fit for; well fitted, 9, Hammon, õnis, m., Jupiter, or Zeus 365.

Ammon, a god of Fgypt and Libya, habito, āvi, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n. 4, 198.

(habeo), to have continually, have hāmus, i, m. a hook, ring, 3, 467. in possession: occupy, inhabit, 3, harēna, ae, f., sand, 1, 112; sandy 106; dwell, 3, 110.

shore, strand, 1, 540; sandy ground,

arena ; space for races; an arena, Hector, oris, m., son of Priam, and 5, 336.

chief defender of Troy, 1, 99, et al. harēnāsus, a, um, adj. (harēna), sandy, Hectoreus, a, um, adj. (Hector), of 4, 257

Hector, 2, 543; Hectorean, Trojan, Harpalycē, ēs, f., a Thracian huntress, I, 273.

daughter of King Harpalycus, 1, 317. Hecuba, ae, f., daughter of Dymas and Harpalycus, i, m., a Trojan warrior, wife of Priam, 2, 501, et al. II, 675.

hedera, ae, f., ivy. Harpỹia (trisyll.), ae, f., a Harpy, a hēia, interj., up! come on! away!

fabled monster, half woman and 4, 569. half bird, 3, 112, et al.

Helena, ae, f., llelen, daughter of haruspex, icis, m., an inspector of en Jupiter and Leda, sister of Clytem

trails; diviner, soothsayer, prophet, nestra and of Castor, and wife of 8, 498.

Menelaus ; on account of her fight hasta, ae, f., a spear, 2, 50, and freq.; with Paris to Troy, the immediate

hasta pūra, a headless spear, 6, 760; cause of the ten years' siege and de

pampinea hasta, a thyrsus, 7, 396. struction of that city; whence she hastile, is, n. (hasta), the shaft of a was carried back by Menelaus to

spear; a spear, lance, javelin, 1, Sparta, 1, 650, et al. 313, et al.; a spear-like sapling or Helēnor, oris, m., a Lycian, follower branch; a shoot, 3, 23.

of Aeneas, 9, 545. haud, adv., not at all; not, 1, 387, Helenus, i, m., a prophet, son of Priam; et al.

carried away captive by Pyrrhus to haurio, hausī, haustus, 4, a., to draw Epirus, where he became the husband

any fluid, 9, 23; drink; drain, 1, of Andromache and ruler of a small 738; draw blood with a weapon;

kingdom, 3, 329, et al. devour, slay, 2, 600; pierce, 10, 314; Helicon, õnis, m., a mountain in Bootake in with the eyes or ears; receive, otia, and favorite resort of Apollo 12, 26; perceive, see, 4, 661; hear, and the Muses, 7, 641, et al. 4, 359; strain, thrill, 5, 137; suffer, Helõrus, i, m., a river on the S. E. 4, 383; conceive, 10, 648.

coast of Sicily, 3, 698. haustus, a, um, p. of haurio.

Helymus, i, m., a Sicilian Trojan, hebeõ, 2, n., to be blunt ; fig., to be slug and friend of King Acestes, 5, 73, zish, run slowly, 5, 396.

et al. hebeto, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (hebes, blunt), to herba, ae, f., any grassy or herbaceous

make blunt ; to make dull ; to impair, growth ; grass, turf, 1, 214, et al ; dim, obscure, 2, 605.

fodder ; herb, plant, 3, 650; grassy 1. Hēbrus, i, m., a river of Thrace, 1, land, pasture, meadow, 3, 221;

plant. 2. Hēbrus, i, m., a Trojan slain by Herbēsus, i, m., a Rutulian, 9, 344. Mezentius, 1o, 696.

Herculēs, is, m., the god of strength and Hecatē, ēs, f., the sister of Latona ; labor, son of Jupiter and Alcmena, usually identified with Diana and

5, 410, et al. Luna, and so represented with three Herculeus, a, um, adj. (Herculēs), of heads, 4, 511.

Hercules , Herculean, 3, 551, et al.

317, et al.

some

hērēs, ēdis, m., an heir, 4, 274. Hibērus, a, um, adj., Iberian, SpanHerminius, iī, m., a Tuscan, 11, 642. ish, 9, 582; western, II, 913. Hermionē, ēs, f., daughter of Menelaus 1. hic, haec, hoc, pron., referring to

and Helen, and wife of Orestes, 3, the first person, this, he, she, it; 328.

pl., these, they; freq., for meus, 9, Hermus, i, m., a river in Aeolis, de 205; for is, 1, 742; repeated, hic positing gold, 7, 721.

– hic, one another, the one the Hernicus, a, um, adj. (Hernici), of the other, this that; pl., these those, Hernici, an Italian tribe of Latium ;

- others; hic — ille, the latHernican, 7, 684.

ter the former; this that, the hērās, õis, m., a demigod; a hero, 6, one the other; freq. adv., hāc

192, et al.; an illustrious man, (abl. f.), by this way or route, 8, champion, hero, 5, 453.

203; this way, here, 1, 467; on one Hēsionē, ēs, f., daughter of Laomedon, side, 12, 565.

saved from a sea monster by Her- 2. hic, adv. (hic), here, there, I, 247, cules, and afterwards wife of Tela et al; of time, hereupon, thereupon, mon, 8, 157

1, 728; now, then, here, 5, 340; in Hesperia, ae, f., the western land;

this work, 10, 73. Italy, 1, 569, et al.

Hicetāonius, a, um, adj. (Hicetāon), Hesperis, idis, pl., Hesperides, um, f., of Hicetaon; the son of Hicetaon,

the daughters of Hesperus, the Hes 10, 123. perides; called also daughters of hiems, hiemis, f., winter, 3, 285; storm, Erebus and Nox, to whom was given tempest, 1, 122; personif., 3, 120. the care of the fabled gardens of the Himella, ae, m., a river of the Sabine Hesperides, in an island of the At country, 7, 714. lantic west of Mount Atlas, 4, 484; hinc, adv. (hic), from this place, from

adj., Hesperian, Italian, 8, 77. here, hence, 3, II; from that place, Hesperius, a, um, adj., of Hes hence, thence, 3, 707; from that or

perus; western (as related to Asia this time (others, from this thing), and Greece); Hesperian, Italian, 2, 97; henceforth, 2, 148; for ab

hoc or ab his, 9, 763; then, there hesternus, a, um, adj., of yesterday, upon, 1, 194; hinc — hinc, on this yesterday's, 8, 543.

side - on that, here - there, 4, 40; heu, interj., alas! ah! oh! 2, 289, hinc atque hinc, on both sides, on et al.

either side, I,

162. heus, interj., ho! hilloa ! lo there! 1, hið, āvī, ātus, i, n. and a., to rawn,

gape ; to distend or open the mouth, hiātus, ūs, m. (hio), a gaping; 6, 493; p., hiāns, antis, with open

throat, 6, 576; opening, 11, 680; mouth, 12, 754.

cleft, chasm, vortex, abyss, 6, 237. Hippocoon, ontis, m., companion of hibernus, a, um, adj. (rel, to hiems), Aeneas, 5, 492.

of winter; wintry (others, in win- Hippolytē, ēs, f., an Amazon, capter), 4, 143; tempestuous, stormy, 4, tured by Theseus, 11, 661. 309; subst., hīberna, orum, n., win. Hippolytus, i, m., son of Theseus and ters, 1, 266.

Hippolyte, 7, 761.

3, 418.

321, et al.

Hippotadēs, ae, m., the son of Hippo fierce, 10, 237; p., horrendus, a, tas, Amastrus, 11, 674.

um, to be shuddered at; dreadful, hirsūtus, a, um, adj., rough, shaggy, fearful, 2, 222; awe-inspiring, venhairy.

erable, 6, 10; strange, wonderful, hirundo, inis, f., a swallow.

8, 565; fierce, warlike, il, 507; Hisbo, onis, m., a Rutulian, 10, 384. n. as adv., horrendum, frightfully, hisco, 3, inc. n. and a. (hio), to fearfully, 6, 288.

gape, open the mouth; speak in horrēsco, horrui, 3, inc. n. and a. (hor

broken utterances, falter, 3, 314. reo), to become rough ; bristle, rise hispidus, a, um, adj., shaggy, hairy, bristling, 7, 526; fig., to tremble, 10, 210.

shudder, 2, 204; dread, 3, 394. 1. hoc, see 1, hic.

horribilis, e, adj. (horreo), to be shud2. hoc, old form of hūc, which see. dered at; frightful, dreadful, horrihodiē, adv. (höc and diē), to-day, 2, ble, fearful, 11, 271. 670, et freq.

horridus, a, um, adj. (horreo), rough, homo, inis, C., man, a human being ; bristling, 3, 23, et al. ; bristling freq., mortal, 1, 328.

with arms; shaggy, grizzly, stiffened, Homolē, ēs, f., a mountain near Tempe, 4, 251; blustering, tempestuous, 9, in Thessaly, 7, 675.

670; terrible, fearful, 1, 296. honestus, a, um, adj. (honos), honor- horrifer, fera, ferum, adj. (horreo and

able, honored; good ; fair, 12, 155. fero), fear-bringing ; dreadful, 8, honoro, āvī, ātus, i, a. (honos), to 435.

honor; keep, observe with honor, horrifico, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (horrificus), 5, 50.

to make rough ; make to shudder ; honos, āris, m., honor, praise, re terrify, 4, 465.

nown, glory, I, 609, et al.; recom- horrificus, a, um, adj. (horreo and pense, reward, 1, 253; an honor, facio), occasioning horror; terrible, prize, 5, 42; meton., sacrifice, fearful, 3, 225. offering, 1, 49; luster, beauty, 1, horrisonus, a, um, adj. (horreo and 591; celebration, game, ceremonial, sonus), having or making a fearful festival, 5, 601; libation, 3, 178; sound; harsh-sounding, thundera robe or mantle, 7, 815.

ing, 6, 573. höra, ae, f., with the Romans, the horror, oris, m. (horreó), a roughen

twelfth part of the period from sun ing or bristling; fig., a shuddering; rise to sunset, an hour; in an in terror, dread, horror, dismay, 2, definite sense, 4, 679; personif., 559; clashing din, 2, 301.

Hõrae, ārum, f., the Hours, 3, 512. hortātor, oris, m. (hortor), one giving horrendus, a, um, see horreo.

encouragement or inciting; an inhorrēns, entis, see horreo.

stigator, 6, 529. horreo, 2, n. and a., to bristle up or be hortor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a., to encour.

bristling, 6, 419; to bristle, 11, 602; age, urge, 2, 74; advise, counsel, 2, fig., to shudder, tremble, 2, 12; 33. shudder at, fear, dread, 4, 209; hortus, i, m., a garden. p., horrēns, entis, bristling, bristly, hospes, itis, m., one who either gives 1, 634; rough, roughening, 1, 165; or receives the entertainment of a

guest; a guest, 1, 753, et al.; a Hydaspēs, is, m., a Trojan, 10, 747.

visitor, stranger, 4, 10; host, 11, 105. hydra, ae, f., a water-serpent ; any hospitium, i7, n. (hospes), the relation serpent like the Lernaean Hydra, ti

of host and guest; hospitality, 10, monster with many heads, slain ly 460; friendly reception, entertain Hercules, 6, 576. ment; protection, hospitality, wel- hydrus, i, m., a water-serpent; snake, come, 1, 299; guest-land, ally, 3, 15; 7, 447.

refuge, 1, 540; alliance, 11, 114. Hğlaeus, i, m., a centaur who assailed hospitus, a, um, adj. (hospes), welcom Atalanta.

ing; friendly, hospitable; foreign, Hyllus, i, m., a Trojan warrior, 12,

strange, 3, 377; friendly, 3, 539. 535 hostia, ae, f., a sacrificial animal; Hymenaeus, i, m., Hymen, the god of victim, 1, 334, et al.

marriage, 4, 127; pl., Hymenaei, hostīlis, e, adj. (hostis), of an enemy, õrum, meton., marriage, 1, 651.

an enemy's, 10, 847; of the foe, 3, Hypanis, is, m., a Trojan, 2, 340. 322; hostile, unpropitious, ominous, Hyrcānī, ārum, m., a tribe dwelling 3, 407.

near the Caspian Sea, 7, 605. hostis, is, c., a stranger; foreigner ; Hyrcānus, a, um, adj. (Hyrcāni), per

an enemy, foe, 1, 378, and freq. taining to the Hyrcani, a tribe on hūc, and old form höc, adv. (hic), to the Caspian; Hyrcanian, 4, 367.

this place; hither, here, 2, 18, and Hyrtacidēs, ae, m., the son of Hyrtacus. freq.; hūc — hūc, this way and this, 1. Hippocoon, 5, 492. 2. Nisus, , or this way and that, 11, 601; hūc 177 - illūc, this way and that, in every Hyrtacus, i, m., the father of Nisus, 9, direction, 12, 764.

406. hūmānus, a, um, adj. (cf. homo), of or

I pertaining to man; human, 1, 542. humilis, e, adj. (humus), near the iaceo, ui, itus, 2, n., to be prostrate, lie,

ground; low down; low, 4, 255; 1,99; extend, spread out ; p., iacēns, low-lying, 3, 522 ; near the surface, entis, spread out, extended, 1, 224; shallow, 7, 157 ; unpretentious, lying low, 3, 689. lowly.

iació, iēci, iactus, 3, a., to throw, cast, humā, āvi, ātus, 1, a. (humus), to lay hurl, 5, 643; scatter, strew, 5, 79;

earth on anything; inhume, inter, lay foundations, build, 5, 631. bury, 6, 161.

iacto, āvī, ātus, I, freq. a. (iació), to humus, i, f., the surface of the ground, throw often or much; toss to and

the soil; the ground, 3, 3, et al.; fro; toss, freq.; hurl, cast, 2, 459; humi, locative, on the ground, upon thrust out, 5, 376; aim, 5, 433; fig.,

the ground; to the earth, 1, 193, et al. throw out words, utter, say, 1, 102; hyacinthus, i, m., a hyacinth.

of the mind, revolve, meditate, 1, Hyades, um, f., the Hyades, daughters 227; sē iactāre, boast, exalt one's

of rain; the seven stars in the head self, rejoice, glory, 1, 140; prae sē of Taurus, whose rising, which iactare, to make pretense of, 9, 134; occurs in the month of May, was P., iactans, antis, arrogant, assumthought to betoken rain, 1, 744. ing, ambitious, 6, 815.

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