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soporifer, era, erum, adj. (sopor and sparsus, a, um, p. of spargo. fero), somniferous, sleep-bringing, Sparta, ae, f., Sparta, or Lacedaemon,

in Laconia. sopārā, no perf., ātus, 1, a. (sopor), to Spartānus, a, um, adj. (Sparta), Spar.

cause to sleep or to render sleepy; to tan, 1, 316.

make soporific: to drug, 5, 855. sparus, ī, m., a rustic weapon having sopõrus, a, um, adj. (sopor), sleep- an iron head with projecting hook bringing, drowsy, 6, 390.

or blade, something like a halberd; Sõracte, is, n., Soracte, in Etruria, a hunting spear, 11, 682.

northeast of Rome, on which in an- spatior, ātus sum, 1, dep. n. (spatium), cient times was a temple of Apollo, to walk about or to and fro; move

about, 4, 62. sorbeō, ui, 2, a., to suck; absorb, draw spatium, iī, n., room, space, distance, on, 3, 422.

5, 321, et al.; course, voyage, 10, sordidus, a, um, adj. (sordēs, filth), 219; place, direction, 5, 584; res

unclean, filthy, unsightly, squalid, 6, pite, time, 4, 433; pl., spatia, õrum, 301.

course, track, 5, 316. soror, oris, f., a sister, 1, 322; sorõrēs speciēs, ēi, f. (specio, look), aspect,

Tartareae, the Furies, 7, 327. appearance, 6, 208; sight, 2, 407; sors, sortis, f., a lot, 5, 490, et al.; form ; in a moral sense, reputation,

fate, lot, destiny, fortune, condition, propriety, honor, 4, 170. 6,114; hazard, 12, 54; luck, success, specimen, inis, n. (specio, look), a victory, 12, 932; oracular response, means of seeing or knowing; token, oracle, 4, 346; 7, 254; allotment, symbol, emblem, 12, 164. designation, 6, 431; division, part, spectāculum, i, n. (specto), a striking 10, 40.

object of sight; a sight, show, spectasortior, itus sum, 4, dep. n. and a.

cle, 6, 37. (sors), to cast lots; obtain, get, take spectātor, õris, m. (specto), a beby lot, 3, 634; share, 8, 445; dis- holder, 10, 443. tribute, 3, 510; assign, allot, ap- specto, āvī, ātus, i, intens. a. and n. point, 3, 376; select, choose, 2, 18; (specio, look), to look at, view, gaze 12, 920.

at, 5, 655; fig., examine, prove, try, 1. sortītus, a, um, p. of sortior.

test, approve, 8, 151; estimate, 9, 2. sortītus, ūs, m. (sortior), a draw- 235; n., look on, 10, 760.

ing of lots; allotment, 3, 323. specula, ae, f. (specio, look), a lookout ; sõspes, itis, adj., saved; safe, 11, 56; watch-tower, 4, 586; eminence, hill, alive, 8, 470.

3, 239; a height, 11, 526. spargo, sparsi, sparsus, 3, a., to scatter, speculātor, oris, m. (speculor), a look

strew; cast in fragments, 3, 605; out; scout, spy, 12, 349. disperse, I, 602; shower, hurl, 12, speculor, ātus sum, i, dep. a. and n. 51; sprinkle, 4, 512; besprinkle, be- (specula), to look out, mark, survey, dew, stuin, 8, 645; infuse, 4, 486; behold, espy, 7, 477; watch, consider, fig., spread abroad, disseminate, 2, observe, 1, 516. 98; bring over or upon, diffuse, specus, ūs, m., f., and n., a cave, 7, 754.

cavern; cavity, deep wound, 9, 700.

224, et al.

6, 855.

5, 826.

spēlunca, ae, f., a cavern, 1, 60; re- gleaming, shining, bright, brilliant;
treat, 5, 213

splendid, sumptuous, stately, 1, 637.
sperno, sprēvī, sprētus, 3, a., to sever, spolio, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (spolium), to

remove; fig., reject, despise, scorn, take the spoils; to strip; despoil, 12,

disdain, 4, 678; insult, 1, 27. 297; plunder, rob, 5, 661; with acc.
spērā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (spēs), to hope, and abl., strip, deprive, despoil of, 5,

w. acc.; hope for, 1, 451; expect,
fear, 1, 543; look for, expect, 4, 419; spolium, iī, n., that which is taken
w. acc. and inf., 9, 158; w. inf. fut., from the body of a slain man or
4, 382; w. inf. pres., 4, 338.

beast ; spoil, trophy, I, 289; spolia
spēs, spei. f., hope, expectation, pros- opīma, the arms or spoils taken by a
pect, freq.

victorious general from the body of
spículum, i, n., a sharp point; meton., a hostile commander slain in battle,

an arrow, a dart, javelin, spear, 5,
307.

sponda, ae, f., the frame of a bedstead
spīna, ae, f., a thorn, 3, 594, et al.; or couch ; a couch, 1, 698.

the vertebrae, spine, backbone, io, spondeo, spopondī, spõnsus, 2, a., to
383.

promise, pledge, give assurance, 5,
Spio, ūs, f., Spio, one of the Nereids, 18, et al.

sponsa, ae, f. (spondeo), one promised
spīra, ae, f., a fold, coil, especially of as a bride; the betrothed, 2, 345.
serpents, 2, 217, et al.

sponte, f., abl. of obs. spons, of which
spīrābilis, e, adj. (spīrā), that may be only the gen., spontis, and abl. occur,
breathed; vital, 3, 600.

by or of one's own will, of its own
spīrāculum, i, n. (spiro), a breathing- or their own will, 4, 341; of cne's

place; fig., of Hades, breathing vent, self, of itself, of themselves, 6, 82;
mouth, 7, 568.

freely, voluntarily, spontaneously;
spīrāmentum, i, n. (spiro), a means non sponte, helplessly, 11, 828.

of breathing; of the lungs, breath- sprētus, a, um, p. of sperno.

ing-cell, air-duct, channel, 9, 580. spūma, ae, f. (spuo, spit), froth, foam,
spiritus, ūs, m. (spiro), a breathing; spray, 1, 35; pl., spray, 3, 208.

breath; air; blast, 12, 365; life, spūmeus, a, um, adj. (spūma), foamy,
soul, spirit, 4, 336; divine air, mien,' frothy, foaming, 2, 419.

spūmā, āvī, ātus, i, n. and a. (spūma),
spiro, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a., to breathe, to foam, 3, 534, et al.

blow, 5, 844; palpitate, 4, 64; pant; spūmāsus, a, um, adj. (spūma), full
breathe heavily, 7, 510; heave, boil, of foam; foaming, 6, 174.
10, 291; of odors, breathe forth, squālēns, entis, p. of squāleo.
exhale, emit; w. acc., 1, 404; p., squāleo, uī, 2, n., to be rough, foul,
spīrāns, antis, lifelike, breathing, ' neglected, waste ; p., squālēns, entis,
6, 847.

foul, filthy, neglected, squalid, 2, 277;
spissus, a, um, adj., compact, thick, of armor, scaly, covered with work

dense, 2, 621; hardened, 5, 336. of scales, embossed, 10, 314.
splendeo, uī, 2, n., to shine, gleam, 7, 6. squālor, õris, m. (squāleo), foulness,
splendidus, a, um, adj. (splendeo), roughness, filth, squalor, 6, 299.

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squāma, ae, f., a scale of fishes, ser- set with stars ; fig., glittering, gleam

pents, etc.; of the small plates or ing, 4, 261. scales of armor, 11, 488; singular as sterilis, e, adj., unproductive, unfruit

a collective, scales, 5, 88, et al. ful, 3, 141; barren, 6,251. squāmeus, a, um, adj. (squāma), cov- sternāx, ācis, adj. (sterno), throwing

ered with scales ; scaly, 2, 218. flat; throwing the rider ; plunging, stabilis, e, adj. (sto), steadfast, lasting,

12, 364. permanent, 1, 73.

sterno, strāvī, strātus, 3, a., to spread stabulo, 1, n. (stabulum), to be in a out, spread, 1, 700; stretch on the

stall or standing-place; to stay, har- ground, strike down, slay, I, 190; bor, dwell, 6, 286.

cast down, prostrate, devastate, 2, stabulum, i, n. (sto), a standing-place, 306; make level, smooth, calm, 5, 763;

stable, stall, 2, 499; a shepherd's spread, cover, 8, 719; strew, litter; dwelling, grange, 7, 512; den, haunt, overthrow, conquer, 6,858; pass. (in 6, 179; cattle-camp, 8, 207.

middle sense), sternor, i, to stretch stāgnā, āvī, ātus, 1, n. and a. (stāg- one's self, lie down, 3, 509; p. subst.,

num), to be stagnant, to form a stand- strātum, i, n., that which is spread ing pool; to overflow, so as to form out; a layer, cover ; bed, couch, 3, standing pools or lakes; overflow, 3, 513; pavement, 1, 422. 698.

Steropēs, is, m., a lightning-forger; stāgnum, i, n. (sto), a collection of a cyclops at the forge of Vulcan, 8,

standing water; a pond, pool, lake; 425. sluggish water or stream, 6, 323; pl., Sthenelus, i, m. 1. Sthenelus, an Ar. stāgna, õrum, deep waters of the sea, give chief, charioteer of Diomed, 2, 1, 126; waters, 6, 330.

261. 2. A Trojan slain by Turnus, statiö, õnis, f. (sto), a standing; place 12, 341.

of standing; station, post, 9, 183; Sthenius, iī, m., a Rutulian slain by anchorage, 2, 23; resting-place, Pallas, 10, 388. haunt, 5, 128.

stimulā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (stimulus), to statuā, statuī, statūtus, 3, a. (status), spur; to rouse, urge, 4, 576; infu

to station, place, set, 1, 724; to place riate, incite, 4, 302. at or on the altar; found, build, 1, stimulus, i, m., a prick; spur, fig., 6, 573; set up, 8, 271; restore, stay, 12, 101, et al.; incentive, sting. 506; of the mind, resolve, determine, stīpes, itis, m., a log or post, stem, decide, 11, 302.

trunk of a tree, 3, 43; club, 7, 524. status, ūs, m. (sto), a standing; posi- stīpā, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to tread down, tion, state, condition, 7, 38.

compress; pack together, store up, I, stella, ae, f., a star, freq.; a meteor, 2, 433; load, w. acc. and dat., 3, 465; 694.

throng around, attend, 4, 136; p., stellāns, antis, see stello.

stīpātus, a, um, pressing on, charging stellātus, a, um, see stello.

together, 10, 328; surrounded, 4, 544. stello, no perf., ātus, i, n. and a. stirps, stirpis, f., the lower part of the

(stella), to cover over with stars; to trunk together with the roots of stud with stars; p., stellāns, antis, plants and trees; the extremity, starry, 7, 210; p., stellātus, a, um, end; root; trunk, tree, 12, 770;

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fig., origin, descent, lineage, stock, grating, or whizzing sound; a creakrace, I, 626, et al.

ing, whistling, 1, 87; din, clank, sto, stetī, status, i, n., to stand ; stand rattling, 6, 558; humming, 7, 65.

up or erect, 2, 774; remain stand- strīdulus, a, um, adj. (strīdo), hissing, ing, remain, 1, 268; rise, 6, 554; whizzing, twanging, 12, 267. stand one's ground, fight, 5, 414; stringõ, strinxī, strīclus, 3, a., to draw of blood, to be stanchéd, 12, 422; tight, bind; of a sword, draw out, stand complete, be built, 3, 110; draw, 2, 334; graze, touch lightly, stand at anchor, be moored, 3, 277, go near, 5, 163; trim up, cut, 1, 403; to be situated, lie, 3, 210; re- 552; fig, touch the mind, 9, 294. main firm, persistent, 7, 374 ; to Strophades, um, f. the Strophades, stand out with, be filled with, 6, 300; two small islands in the Ionian Sea to be thick with, 12, 408; emphatic off the coast of Messenia, where the for esse, to be, 6, 471, et al.; of the Harpies were allowed to remain, mind, to be fixed, 1, 646; to depend, and where Zetes and Calais turned 2, 163; impers., stat, it is fixed, back from the pursuit of them. determined, resolved, 2, 750, et al.; Hence the name, from otpédelv, to stāre pro, to defend, 8, 653.

turn; the islands of turning, 3, 210. stomachus, i, m., the gullet ; chest, strūctus, a, um, p. of struo. stomach, 9, 699.

struē, strūxī, strūctus, 3, a. (rel. to strāgēs, is, f. (cf. sterno), a prostrat- sterno), to place side by side or upon ;

ing; slaughter, havoc, carnage, 6, to pile up; build, erect, 3, 84; cover, 829, et al.; ēdere strāgem, to make load, 5, 54; arrange, 1, 704; like havoc, 9, 784.

instruõ, to form or draw out a line strāmen, inis, n. (sterno), something of battle, 9, 42; fig., to plan, pur

spread out; a couch, litter, 11, 67. pose, intend, 4, 271; bring about, strātum, ī, see sterno.

effect, 2, 60. strātus, a, um, p. of sterno.

1. Strymonius, a, um, adj. (Strymon, strepitus, ūs, m. (strepo), a noise ; a river of Thrace), Strymonian,

an uproar; din, 6, 559; stir, noise Thracian, 10, 265. of festivity, I, 725; confused noise, | 2. Strymonius, iī, m., an Arcadian I, 422.

follower of Pallas, 10, 414. strepo, uī, itus, 3, n. and a., to make a studium, iī, n. (studeā, to be zealous),

noise ; murmur, 6, 709; of music, earnest feeling or effort; eager or resound, 8, 2; of arms, ring, rattle, deep anxiety, 12, 131; desire, imclash, 10, 568.

patience, 4, 400; emulous zeal, rival strīctūra, ae, f. (stringo), a mass or acclamation, applause, 5, 148; desire, bar of hot iron, 8, 421.

purpose, 2, 39; pursuit, study, symstrictus, a, um, p. of stringo.

pathy, interest, 5, 450; delight, II, strīdeo, 2, n., and strīdā, strīdī, 3, 739; abl., studio, with zeal, ear

to produce a grating or shrill sound; nestly, thoughtfully, 6, 681, et al. to creak, 1, 449; gurgle, 4, 689 ; stupefacio, fēcī, factus, 3, a. (stupeo rustle, 1, 397; whiz, roar, 1, 102; and facio), to amaze, stupefy, astound, hiss, 8, 420; twang, 5, 502.

bewilder, 5, 643; surprise, 7, 119. stridor, oris, m. (strīdo), a harsh, stupefactus, a, um, p. of stupefacio.

to

stupeo, uī, 2, n. and a., to be amazed subdūc), dūxi, ductus, 3, a., to haul,

or dazeit; to be bewildered, con- draw up, 1, 573; w. abl. of place, 3, founded, lost in wonder, 1, 495; 135; w. acc, and dat., draw, rescue wonder at, 2, 31.

from, 10, 81; draw or take away stūppa, ae, f., the coarse part of flax, stealthily, withdraw, 6, 524; draw

the calking of a ship; tow, 5, 682. from beneath, 3, 565. stūppeus, a, um, adj. (stūppa), made subductus, a, um, p. of subdūco.

of tow or flax; flaxen, 2, 236. subeo, ii, itus (p. subiēns, euntis), 4, Stygius, a, um, adj. (Styx), pertain

n. and a.,

go or come under, into, ing to the Styx ; of Hades; Stygian, or up to ; alone, or with acc. and 4, 638, et al.

prep., or with dat.; without a case, Styx, Stygis, f., the hateful; the Styx, come up, 2, 216; go under, bend,

the river of Hades which encompassed stoop down under, 10, 522; come the final abode of the dead, 6, 439, et after; follow, 2, 725; take one's al.

place, 12, 471; enter, 1, 171; come suādeo, suāsī, suāsus, 2, n. and a., to into or upon the mind, suggest itself,

advise, warn, urge, exhort, 1, 357, et occur, 2, 560; with acc. and prep., al.; invite, 2, 9; impel, prompt, 11, go, advance towards, 8, 359; with 254; compel, force, 10, 367.

dat., come or go up to, down to, into, sub, prep. with abl. and acc.; with 5, 203; succeed to, 5, 176; come

abl., under, denoting situation; be- after, follow, 10, 371; with acc., apneath, under, freq.; at the foot of, 3, proach, enter, 1, 400; go under a 5; in the lower part of a thing, in, burden, bear, with abl. of instrument, 1, 453; down in, deep in, 1, 36; by, 2, 708; go under the yoke, draw, 3, close, to, 5, 837; of time, in, 4, 560; 113; enter the mind of, strike, occur of rank or order, just behind, next to, 9, 757; approach, reach, 3, 512; after, 5, 323; close to, in subjection approach, 7, 22; meet, encounter, to, subordinate to, under, 9, 643; 10, 798; attack, 9, 344; p., subitus, by reason of, under, 2, 83; with acc., a, um, having come up suddenly ; denoting tendency, down to, 4, 243; unexpected, sudden, 2, 692; suddown under, into, 4, 654; down be- denly, 3, 225; adv., subito, suddenly, fore, 6, 191; near to, 5, 327; in the

1, 88, et al. midst of, 12, 811; of approaching sūber, eris, n., the cork tree, 7, 742. the foot of some high object, up to subeuntis, ti, etc., see subiēns, p. of or close to, 2, 442; to or towards, 6, Subeo. 541; of some object situated above subicio, iēcī, iectus, 3, a. (sub and or on high, up to, towards, 3, 422, et iació), to cast, throw, place or put al.; of time, just before or after ; under, 2, 236; fig., to excite, kindle, following after, in reply to, 5, 394; 12, 66; to subjoin, utter in reply, coming under, subject to, under, 4, answer, 3, 314; p., subiectus, a, um,

618; sub noctem, at nightfall, 1, 662. cast under, put under, 6, 223; situsubāctus, a, um, p. of subigo.

ated under, bowed, bending, 2, 721; subdo, didī, ditus, 3, a., to put under ; put down, subdued, conquered, 6,

place or fasten under, 12, 675; bury, 853. 7, 347

subiectus, a, um, p. of subició.

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