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sacrum, i, n., see sacer.

solemn procession through the city, saeculum and saeclum, i, n., a genera- with hymns and dances, 8, 285.

tion, race; century, period, age, salio, uī, saltus, 4, n. and a., to leap, time, I, 291, et al.

spring, jump, dance, bound. saepe, adv. (comp, saepius), often, Salius, is, m., Salius, an Acarnanian, frequently, 2, 108, et al.;

5, 298, et al. saepe, when, as often happens, 1, Sallentīnus, a, um, adj., pertain 148.

the Sallentini, a people in lapygia, saepio, saepsī, saeptus, 4, a. (saepēs, southeast of Tarentum ; Salentine,

inclosure), to fence in; inclose, sur- 3, 400.

round, 1, 506; envelop, 1, 411. Salmõneus (trisyll.), ei, m., Salmosaeptus, a, um, p. of saepio.

neus, king of Elis, son of Aeolus saeta, ae, f., a bristle ; a stiff hair, 6, and brother of Sisyphus ; for at245; fur.

tempting to imitate the thunder of saetiger, era, erum, adj. (saeta and Jupiter, cast into Tartarus by a

gero), bristle-bearing, bristly, 7, 17. thunderbolt, 6, 585. saevio, iī, ītus, 4, n. (saevus), to be salsus, a, um, adj. (cf. sal), made salty;

fierce; to be furious, rage; be saited, 2, 133; salt-, briny, 2, 173. angry, 6, 544.

saltem, adv., at any rate, at least, 1, saevus, a, um, adj., fierce, fell, wrath- 557

ful, of men, animals, and things; 1. saltus, ūs, m. (salió), a leap, bound, i cruel, 1, 458; dreadful, direful, spring, 2, 565; an ascending, 6, 515.

fearful, 2, 559; furious, 9, 792; 2. saltus, ūs, m., woodland pasture, stern, bloody, 6, 824; formidable, glade, forest, 4, 72, et al. valiant, warlike, 1, 99; relentless, salūbris (also salūber, m.), e, adj. 12, 849; maddening, angering ; bit- (salūs), health-bringing; healing, ter, 1, 25; mortal, 12, 857.

12, 418. Sagaris, is, m., Sagaris, a slave of salum, i, n., the tossing or heaving swell Aeneas, 5, 263.

of the sea; the open sea, the main, sagiita, ae, f., an arrow, 1, 187, et I, 537:

salūs, ūtis, f. (rel. to salvus, safe), the sagittifer, a, um, adj. (sagitta and state of being well; safety, 1, 555; fero), arrow-bearing, 8, 725.

preservation, means of safety, remsagulum, i, n. (sagum, a military edy, relief, deliverance, 1, 451.

cloak), a soldier's cloak, 8, 660. salūtā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (salūs), to wish sāl, salis, m., salt; brine, salt water, safe or well; greet, salute, 3, 524; 1, 173; meton., the sea, 1, 35.

welcome, hail, 12, 257. Salamis, īnis (acc. Salamīna), f., an salveõ, 2, n. (salvus, safe), to be well;

island opposite Eleusis, 8, 158. imperative, all hail! hail! 5, 80. salīgnus, a, um, adj. (salix, willow), Samē, ēs, f., Same, a name of Cephal

made of willow; willow-, 7, 632. lenia, in the Ionian sea, west of the Saliī, õrum (salio), the Salii, or Gulf of Corinth, 3, 271.

priests of Mars who had charge of Sāmos (-us), i, f., Samos, an island the sacred shields called ancilia, southwest of Ephesus, near the coast which they bore once a year in of Ionia, 1, 16.

al.

Samothrācia, ae, f., Thracian Samos, enough ; w. gen., 2, 314; alone as

a small island about thirty-eight miles subject, 2, 291; as predicate, 2,642; south of the Thracian coast, supposed comp., satius, better, preferable, 10, by some to have been colonized from 59. Samos, 7, 208.

satius, see satis. sancio, sānxī, sānctus, a. (sacer), to sator, oris, m. (1. sero), a planter ;

make sacred; sanction, ratify, 12, sire, father, I, 254. 200; p. used as adj., sānctus, a, um, Satura, ae, f., a place in Latium, sacred, holy, 2, 700; sacred, vener- probably on the Pontine marshes, 7, able, 1, 426; unstained, with untar- 801. nished honor, 12, 648.

Sāturnius, a, um, adj. (Sāturnus), sānctus, a, um, p. of sancio.

belonging to Saturn; Saturnian ; sānē, adv. (sānus), truly, indeed, 10, sprung from Saturn; Saturnian, 48, et al.

4, 372; subst., Sāturnius, iī, m., the sanguineus, a, um, adj. (sanguis), of son of Saturn, 5, 799 ; Sāturnia,

blood; bloodshot, 4, 643 ; of bloody ae, f., 1. Daughter of Saturn, Juno, color or aspect, bloody, 2, 207; fiery, 1, 23; 2. The city of Saturnia, bloody, 10, 273; ruddy, burnished, 8, built by Saturn on the Capitoline 622; bloodthirsty, 12, 332.

hill, 8, 358. sanguis, inis, m., blood, 3, 30, et al.; Sāturnus, i, m. (rel. to 1. sero), a

parentage, lineage, descent, race, I, deified king of Latium, whose reign 19; offspring, son, 6, 835.

was the golden age; identified saniēs, em, ē, f. (rel. to sanguis), by the Romans with the Greek

putrid, corrupt blood ; bloody mat- Cronos, 8, 319, et al. ter; gore, 3, 618.

saturā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (satur, full), to sānus, a, um, adj., sound in body or fill; glut, cloy, appease, 5, 608.

mind; male sānus, diseased, morbid satus, a, um, p. of 1, sero. with love, love-sick, 4, 8.

saucius, a, um, adj., wounded, 2, 223; Sarnus, i, m., a river running into the pierced, 4, 1.

Bay of Naples near Pompeii, 7, 738. saxeus, a, um, adj. (saxum), rocky, Sarpēdõn, onis, m., Sarpedon, son of stony, 9, 711.

Jupiter and Europa, killed at the saxum, i, n., a large rough stone, rock, siege of Troy by Patroclus, 1, 100, freq., cliff, crag, stone, 1, 150; 3, 699. et al.

Scaea, ae, adj., western ; Scaea Porta, Sarrastēs, um, m., the Sarrastes, a and pl., Scaeae Portae, the Scaean

people dwelling near the Sarnus, 7, or western gate of Troy, 2, 612. 738.

scaena, ae, f., the stage of a theatre, 4, sat, see satis.

471; a sylvan scene, view, 1, 164. sata, örum, see 1. sero.

scālae, ārum, f. (scando), a ladder ; Saticulus, i, m. (Satīcula), a Saticu- scaling ladder, 2, 442.

lan; of Saticula, a Campanian scando, scandi, scānsus, 3, a., to climb, town, 7, 729.

2, 401; ascend, 2, 237. satio, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (satis), to satisfy; scelero, no perf., ātus, 1, a. (scelus), appease, 2, 587.

to make impious; desecrate, polsatis or sat, adj. and adv., sufficient, lute, 3, 42; p., scelerātus, a, um, foul with crime; polluted, impious, scūtum, i, n. (OKÚTOs, hide), an oblong wicked, 2, 231; accursed, 6, 563; shield carried by the Roman legionpertaining to the guilty or to guilt, ary; a shield in general, 1, 101, et al. due to wickedness, 576; sacrile. Scylacēum, i, n., a town on the Brutgious, 9, 137

tian coast, 3, 553. scelus, eris, n., an evil or atrocious Scylla, ae, f. 1. A dangerous rock

deed; a crime, freq.; wickedness, 6, on the Italian side of the Straits of 742; meton., punishment, 7, 307; Messana opposite Charybdis, 3, 420; like nefās for wretch, imp; hence, personified as a monster, half woman scelus artificis = artifex scelestus,

and half fish, 3, 424.

2. The name the accursed deceiver, ii, 407. of one of the ships of Aeneas, 5, 122. scēptrum, i, n., a royal staff; scepter, Scyllaeus, a, um, adj. (Scylla), per

1, 653; freq; meton., rule, sway, taining to Scylla ; Scyllaean, 1, 200. power, royal court, realm, 9, 9; 1, scyphus, i, m., a cup, goblet, bowl, 8, 253; authority, 11, 238.

278. scilicet, adv. (scio and licet), one Scyrius, a, um, adj. (Scūros), of

may know or understand; be as- Scyros, an island in the Aegean sured; certainly, in sooth, doubtless; northeast of Euboea; Scyrian, 2, 477. for this purpose, 6, 750; ironical, sē, reflex. pron., see suī. forsooth, 2, 577, et al.

sē-, or, before vowels, sēd- (cf. sine), scindo, scidī, scissus, 3, a., to cut asun- an inseparable particle denoting

der; split, 6, 182; part, separate, privation or separation; often meandivide, 1, 161; tear, 9, 478; fig., ing without, apart, aside. divide, 2, 39.

Sēbēthis, idis or idos, f., the daughter scintilla, ae, f., a spark, 1, 174.

of Sebethus, a river or river-god of sciā, īvī or iī, ītus, 4, a., to know, un- Campania, 7, 734.

derstand, 1, 63, et al.; know how, sēcerno, crevi, crētus, 3, a., to sepabe able, can.

rate; p. sēcrētus, a, um, separated, Scīpiadēs, ae, m. (Scīpio), one of the apart, retired, solitary, 2, 299; seScipios, a Scipio, 6, 843.

cret; unnoticed, 4, 494; subst., sēscissus, a, um, p. of scindo.

crētum, i, n., anything apart; a scitor, ātus sum, i, dep. intens. a. solitary place, recess, cave; pl.,

(scio), to seek to know; ascertain ; sēcrēta, orum, solitude, chamber, inquire, 2, 105; p., scītāns, antis, 8, 403; secret abode, 6, 10.

consulting, to consult, 2, 114. sēcessus, ūs, m., (sēcēdo), a going scopulus, i, m., a projecting ledge of apart; a retreat, retirement; a re

rock; a high cliff or rock, 1, 180; cess, I, 159. crag, 1, 45; ledge, reef, 1, 145; de- sēclūdo, clūsī, clūsus, 3, a. (se- and tached rock, fragment of rock, 12, claudo), to shut apart, off, out; shut 531.

up, 3, 446; shut out, dismiss, 1, 562; scrūpeus, a, um, adj. (scrūpus, a sharp p. sēclūsus, a, um, sequestered, restone), consisting of jagged stones ;

tired, 6, 704. flinty, 6, 238.

sēclūsus, a, um, p. of sēclūdo. scūtātus, a, um, adj. (scītum), equipped seco, secuī, sectus, I, a., to cut, freq.;

or armed with a shield, 9, 370. cut off, 4, 704; engrave, carve, 3,

a

464; cut through, cleave, 5, 218, fig., to be fixed, settled, resolved, 4, et al.; of the channel of a river, 8, 15; to suit, be pleasing, 5, 418; 63; sail through, pass, 8, 96; speed, circum sedēre, to encamp about ; to 6, 899; shape out mentally, form, besiege. IO, 107.

sēdēs, is, f. (sedeo), a seat of any kind, sēcrētum, ī, see secerno.

freq.; meton., an habitation, abode, sēcrētus, a, um, p. of sēcerno.

dwelling (pl. for sing.), 2, 634; dessectus, a, um, p. of secā.

tined or proper place, 2, 232 ; founsēcum, see suī.

dation, 2, 465; of the sea, bottom, 1, secundo, 1, a. (secundus), to direct 84; temple, shrine, 2, 742; palace,

favorably; aid, favor, prosper; 2, 760; final resting-place, grave, make auspicious, 3, 36.

tomb, 6, 328; realm, 7, 52. secundus, a, um, adj. (sequor), the fol- sedile, is, n. (sedeo), a bench, seat, 1,

lowing ; second, 5, 258; inferior, 11, 167. 441; favorable, fair, 4, 562; swiftly sēditio, onis, f. (sēd- and eo), a flying, 1, 156; fortunate, prosperous, mutiny; faction, 11, 340; uprising, 1, 207; successful, 2, 617; joyful, 8, riot; outbreak, tumult, 1, 149. 90; 10, 266; auspicious, propitious, sēdē, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n. (sedeo), 4, 45; of a river, easily flowing, to cause to sit, to render quiet; p., downwards.

sēdātus, a,

um, composed, calm, secūris, is, f. (seco), an ax, 2, 224, quiet, 9, 30; of the mind, 9, 740. et al.

sēdūcē, dūxī, ductus, 3, a., to lead sēcūrus, a, um, adj. (sē- and cūra), apart or away; to separate, 4, 385.

free from anxiety ; untroubled, no seges, etis, f., a field of grain; standlonger fearing, I, 290; tranquil, ing corn, 2, 304; crop, harvest, undisturbed; peace-giving, peaceful, growth of spears, 3, 46; pasture 6, 715; with gen., reckless, regard

land, 4, 129. less, 1, 350 ; safe from, 7, 304. sēgnis, e, adj., tardy, sluggish, dilaoccus (sequor), following, late; other. tory, backward, 11, 736; slothful, wise, differently; non or haud

inactive, 3, 513; mean-spirited, secus, not otherwise, not less; like- cowardly, 9, 787; helpless, 10, 700; wise, even so, 2, 382, et al.; none fig., idle, exhausted; comp., sēgnior, the less, nevertheless, 5, 862; haud less glorious, less divine, 4, 149; less secus ac, nor otherwise than, just rapid, 7, 383 See also setius.

sēgniter, adv. (sēgnis), sluggishly; secūtus, a, um, p.

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comp., sēgnius, more backward, less sed, conj. (etymologically connected furiously; less impetuously, 12, 525.

with sē-, sēd-, and sine, apart from, sēgnitiēs, ēi, f. (sēgnis), sloth, tardihence), except that; but, yet, freq.; ness, delay, 2, 374. sed enim, but indeed, however, I, 19, sēgnius, see sēgnis and sēgniter.

et al. ; sed autem, but yet, 2, 101. Selīnūs, ūntis, f., Selinus, a town on sēd-, see sē- and sine.

the southwestern coast of Sicily, 3, sēdātus, a, um, p. of sēdo.

705. sedeo, sēdī, sessus, 2, n , to sit, 1, 56; sella, ae, f. (sedeo), a seat; chair ;

sit inactive, 9, 4; alight, 6, 192; chair of state, 11, 334.

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semel, adv., once, even once, 3, 431; | senior, see senex.

once for all, finally, 11, 418. sēnsus, ūs, m. (sentio), feeling; emosēmen, inis, n. (1. sero), seed; fig., a tion, 4, 408 ; faculty of sense ; sense,

spark, an element, 6, 6; pl., sēmina, 7, 355 ; inclination, affection, 4, 22 ; seeds of things, vital germs, elements, spirit, soul, 6, 747 ; thought, pur6, 731.

pose, 12, 914. sēmēsus, a, um, adj. (sēmi- and 1. sententia, ae, f. (sentio), a feeling or edo), half eaten, 3, 244.

thinking; opinion; resolution, desēmianimis (in hexam. poetry pron.

sign, purpose, 1, 237 ; 11, 21 ; judg. semyanimis), e, adj., half alive ; ment, 2, 35; plan, 4, 287; idea, dying, 4, 686.

thought, 1, 582. sēmifer, fera, ferum, adj., half wild ; sentiā, sēnsī, sēnsus, 4, a., to perceive

savage ; half brute, 10, 212; subst., by the senses ; hear, 3, 669 ; see, 4, sēmifer, ferī, m. (sc. homo), half 588 ; perceive, I, 125; of the intel. beast, 8, 267.

lect and moral faculties, understand, sēmihomo, inis, m. (in hexam. poetry know, 3, 360 ; think, 10, 534 ; will,

the oblique cases are pronounced desire, 10, 623 ; w. acc. of person,

semyomin-), a half man, 8, 194. know, 7, 434. sēminex (nom. not in use), ecis, adj. sentis, is, m. and f., a thorn, brier,

(sēmi- and nex), half slain, half bramble, 2, 379. dead, 5, 275.

sentus, a, um, adj. (sentis), thorny; sēmino, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (sēmen), to rugged; squalid, 6, 462.

plant, sow; produce, 6, 206. sepelio, pelīvī or peliī, pultus, 4, a., sēmita, ae, f. (sē- and cf. meo, to go), to perform the rites of sepulture,

a byway, lane, 9, 383 ; path, 1, 418. whether by interring (humāre), or sēmivir, virī, adj., m., half man, effem- cremation (cremāre); to bury, 3, inate, unmanly, 4, 215.

41 ; p., sepultus, a, um, buried, 4, semper, adv., always, ever, 2, 97, et al. 34 ; of slumber, 6, 424, et al. sēmustus, a, um, adj. (sēmi- andūro), septem, num. adj., seven, freq.

half burned, half consumed, 3, 578. septemgeminus, a, um, adj., sevenfold, senātus, ūs, m. (senex), the council of said of the Nile on account of its elders ; a senate, 1, 426.

seven mouths, 6, 800. senecta, ae, f. (senex), old age, 5, 395. septemplex, icis, adj., (septem and senectūs, ūtis, f. (senex), old age, 5, plico), sevenfold, 12, 925. 416; personified, 6, 275.

septēnī, ae, a, distrib. num. adj. (sep. senex, senis, adj., old, aged, hoary, 7, tem), seven by seven, seven each; 180; subst. (gen. pl., senum, 9,

as a cardinal, seven, 5, 85. 309), an old man, 4, 251 ; comp., septimus, a, um, ordin. num. adj. (sepsenior, õris, older; very aged, 5, tem), the seventh, 1, 755. 179 ; hoary, 5, 704 ; subst., a very sepulcrum, i, n. (sepelio), a place of aged person ; old man, 5, 409 ; sire, burial ; tomb, sepulchre, grave ; 2, 509.

burial, sepulture, 2, 542. sēnī, ae, a, distrib. num. adj. (sex), sepultus, a, um, p. of sepelio.

six by six, six each ; as a cardinal, sequāx, ācis, adj. (sequor), prone to six, 1, 393, et al.

follow, following, pursuing, swiftly

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