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catulus, i, m., a young dog; a whelp, from, 9, 620; give way, 7, 636;

the young of wild animals; a cub, abate, 9, 126; draw back, 5, 445; whelp, 2, 357

submit, yield, 2, 704; fall to, come Caucasus, i, m., the Caucasus; the into one's possession, 3, 297; to come

Caucasian Mountains, between the behind, 3, 484 ; result, turn out;

Caspian and Euxine, 4, 367. turn out well, prosper, 12, 148. cauda, ae, f., the tail, 3, 428, et al. cedrus, i, f., the cedar, 11, 137; cedar caulae, ārum, f., an opening, a passage; wood, 7, 178. sheepfold, 9, 60.

Celaenā, ūs, f., one of the Harpies, 3, caulis, is, m., a stalk, 12, 413. Caulon, ōnis, m., Caulon, or Caulonia, celebro, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (celeber, fre

a town on the east coast of Bruttium, quented), to attend or be present in 3, 553.

great numbers; to attend, honor, 1, causa, ae, f., a cause, reason, I, 25 ; 735; celebrate, 5, 58; observe, 8, 268.

cause, occasion, 2, 285; pretext, Celemna, ae, f., a town of Campania, excuse, occasion, 4, 51; a reason, 7, 739. an argument, 8, 395; a cause (judi- celer, eris, ere, adj., fleet, rapid, active,

cial), 6, 849 ; with infin., 10, 90. nimble, swift, 4, 180, et al; in a cautēs, is, f., a craggy or pointed rock, predicate, swiftly, 6, 425. or cliff; rock, crag, 3, 534.

celerā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (celer), to speed, cautius, adv., comp. of cautē; more hasten, 1, 357, et al. cautiously, 11, 153.

cella, ae, f., a storeroom, granary, cavea, ae, f. (cavus), a hollow place; wine-cellar; cell of the honeycomb,

that part of the theater or circus 1, 433; shrine, of a temple. which was occupied by the spectators, cēlā, āvī, ātus, 1, a., to hide, conceal, 8, 636; a theater; natural amphitheater, 5, 340.

celsus, a, um, adj. (cello, rise), high, caveo, cāvī, cautus, 2, n. and a., to be lofty, I, 56, et al.

on one's guard; to beware, w. subst., Centaurus, i, m. I. A Centaur, a fabuII, 293

lous monster, with a human head caverna, ae, f. (cavus), a hollow ; cav- and neck and the body of a horse, 6, ern, 2, 53, et al.

286. 2. The name of a ship in the cavā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (cavus), to hollow fleet of Aeneas (fem.), 5, 122.

or scoop out; p., cavātus, a, um, hol- centēnus, a, um, distr. num. adj. (cenlowed out ; vaulteil, 1, 310.

tum); pl., a hundred each, 9, 162; cavus, a, um, adj., hollow, 1, 81; con- sing. (after the analogy of multus,

cave, 8, 599; arching, vaulted, 2, many a), a unit repeated the hun487; cavae manūs, the palms of the dredth time, render by the plural, a hands, 12, 86.

hunılred, 10, 207; as cardinal, a Cēcropidēs, ae, m., a son or descend- hundred, 10, 566.

ant of Cecrops ; pl., the Athenians, centum, indecl. num. adj., hundred, 6, 21.

6, 625. cēdo, cessi, cessus, 3, a. and n., to go, centumgeminus, a, um, adj., hundred

freq., go away, depart, 6, 460; re- fold; of the hundred- (or many.) tire, withdraw, recea'e, 3, 496; desist handed Briareus, 6, 287.

I, 351, et al.

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cēra, ae, f., wax.

tātum est, we have fought, 11, 313; Ceraunia, õrum, n. pl., the Ceraunian certandum est, we must fight, 12, peaks, a range of mountains on the 890. coast of Epirus, 3, 506.

certus, a, um, p. (cerno), determined; Cerberus, i, m., Cerberus, the three- distinct ; separate, peculiar; fixed,

headed watch-dog of Pluto, 6, 417. 2, 350; 6, 673; stated; direct, 2, Cereālis, e, adj. (Cerēs), of Ceres ; 212; resolved, 2, 554; certain of,

pertaining to Ceres or to grain ; resolved on, 4, 554; confident, stout, Cereālia arma, utensils for prepar- 9, 249; unerring, 12, 490; secure, ing grain or making bread; instru- 9, 96; trustworthy, sure, faithful, 1, ments of Ceres, 1, 177.

576; undoubted, true, 6, 322; cercerebrum, i, n., the brain, 5,413, et al. tum est, it is determined, I resolve, Cerēs, eris, f., daughter of Saturn and we resolve, 3, 686; (aliquem) cer

Ops, and goddess of agriculture ; tum facere, to inform, 3, 179; adv., meton., corn, grain, 1, 177; bread, certē, certainly, surely, at any rate, 1, 701; cake, loaf, 7, 113; Cerēs åt least, 1, 234, et al. labörāta, bread, 8, 181.

cerva, ae, f. (cervus), a hind, 4, 69; cēreus, a, um, adj. (cēra), waxen, 12,

stag, 6, 802. 589.

cervix, īcis, f., the neck, including the cerno, crevī, crētus, 3, a. (rel. to kplvw, back or nape of the neck, 1, 477, decide), to distinguish; discern, per

et al. ceive, see, behold, 1,413; freq., descry, cervus, ī, m., a stag, deer, I, 184, et al. 3, 552; for décernere, to contend, de- cesso, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. n. (cēdā), cide, 12, 709.

to remit action; stay, linger, rest; cernuus, a, um, adj., with head or face be inactive, 1, 672; cease, 2, 468;

prone downward ; pitching, bending delay, 6, 51; impers., cessātum est, with the head to the ground, pros- delay has been made, has happened,

trate, 10, 894. certāmen, inis, n. (certo), a striving, cētē, see cētus.

a struggle; effort, 5, 197; combat, cētera, see cēterus. emulation, strife, 3, 128; battle, war, cēterus, a, um, adj. (nom. sing. masc. 8, 639; contest, game, 5, 286.

not used), the other, 2, 207; other; certātim, adv. (certo), with striving or the rest of, 5, 74, freq.; n. pl.,

contention ; emulously, vying one cētera, adverbially, in other respects, with another; with every blow, 2, 3, 594; as to the rest, henceforth, 9, 628; emulously, 3, 290; impatiently, 656. 11, 486; as if in rivalry ; fiercely, Cethēgus, i, m., a Rutulian, 12, 513. II, 209.

cētus, i, m.; cētos, i, n.; pl., cētē, certē, adv., see certus.

KŘtos, whales, sharks, 'sea-monsters, certā, āvi, ātus, i, n. (certus), to make

certain by conflict ; to contend, 2, 30; ceu, adv. and conj. (ce-ve), as, just struggle, strive, 3, 668; with dat., as, 5, 88; as if, 2, 438, et al. to struggle against, contend with, Chalcidicus, a, um, adj., of Chalcis, rival ; with infin., 4, 443; impers., the chief town of Euboea ; Chalci. certātur, it is fought; we fight; cer- dian, 6, 17.

II, 288.

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6, 299.

Chalybes, um, m., a people of Pontus, 4, 122; excite, kindle, rouse, 6, 165;

skillful in making steel ; the Chaly- raise, 12, 104; call upon, invoke, bes, meton., masses of steel or iron, 3, 68; call up, exhibit, 5, 585; of 8, 421; metalla Chalybum, mines tears, shed, 6, 468; p., citus, a, um, of iron, 10, 174.

swiftly moved or driven ; speedy, chalybs, ybis, m., steel, 8, 446.

rapid, swift, 1, 301; as an adv., 4, Chāòn, onis, m., a Trojan, brother of 574; adv., cito, speedily; soon ; Helenus, 3, 335.

comp., citius, 5, 242. Chāonia, ae, f., a country of Epirus, Ciminus, i, m., Lake Ciminus, in named after Chaon, 3, 335.

Etruria, 7, 697.
Chāonius, a, um, adj., of Chaonia ; 1. cīnctus, a, um, p, of cingo.
Chaonian, 3, 293.

2. cīnctus, ūs, m. (cingo), an encirChaos (only in nom. and acc. sing.), cling; a mode of girding; cincture, n.,

1. Void and boundless space. 2. Chaos, father of Night and Ere- cingā, cīnxi, cinctus, 3, a., to gird, 2, bus, 4, 510; placed among the in- 520; clothe, 8, 282; surround, infernal gods, 6, 265.

close, I, 112; encompass, envelop, 5, Charon, Öntis, m., son of Erebus and 13; wreathe, crown, 5, 71; involve, Night, and ferryman of the Styx, 1, 673; fly around, 1, 398.

cingulum, ī, n. (cingo), a girdle, belt, Charybdis, is, f., a whirlpool near the I, 492.

Sicilian coast, in the Straits of cinis, eris, m., ashes, embers, 5, 743; Messina, opposite the rock of Scylla ; ashes of the dead, 4, 34; meton.,

personified as a monster, 3, 420. tomb, sepulcher, 4, 633. Chimaera, ae, f. 1. A monster, said Cinyrus, ī, and Cinyrās, ae, m.,

to have infested Lycia, having the Ligurian chief, 10, 186. head of a lion, the body of a goat, circā, adv. and prep. with acc. (rel. to and the tail of a dragon, and breath- circum); adv., around, 7, 535; ing out fire, 6, 288. 2. The name

prep., about, around. of one of the ships of Aeneas, 5, 118. Circaeus, a, um, adj. (Circē), of chlamys, ydis, f., a mantle or cloak of Circe, 7, 10.

woolen cloth, worn by the Greeks; a Circē, ēs or ae, f., a sorceress, daughter mantle, 3, 484.

of Helios and Perse or Perseis, 3, Chloreus (dissyll.), ei and eos, m., 386, et al.

Chloreus, a Trojan, priest of Cybele, circēnsis, e, adj. (circus), pertaining 11, 768.

to the Circus Maximus; Circensian, chorea, ae, f., a circling dance, 10, 8, 636. 224; a dance, 6, 644.

circuitus, ūs, m. (circumeo), a going chorus, i, m., a dance in a circle; a round; circuit, 3, 413.

dance; a company of singers or circulus, ī, m. (circus), a circle or dancers, choir, train, 1, 499; band, orbit; ring; chain, torques, collar, troop, 5, 581; festival, 11, 737.

5, 559. Chromis, is, m., a Trojan, 11, 675. circum, adv. and prep. with acc.; cieo, cīvī, citus, 2, a., to cause, to adv., about, around; prep., around,

move ; stir, 2, 419; agitate, move, about.

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circumdo, dedi, datus, dare, 1, a., to circumvenio, vēnī, ventus, 4, a., to

put or throw around; with abl., to come about ; surround, 6, 132. encircle, surround, encompass, in- circumvolo, āvī, ātus, I, a., to fly close with, 1, 368; of dress, gird, 9, around or surround in flying; 462; adorn, 6, 207; set, 1, 593; hover round, swoop round, 3, 233; border, 4, 137; with dat., throw enshroud, cover, 2, 360. around, 2, 792;

twine or coil circumvolvo, no perf., volūtus, 3, a., around, 2, 219; put round, 2, 510. roll round; pass., to complete, 3, 284. circumeā, īvi or iī, itus, 4, n. and a. circus, i, m., a circle, circuit, circular

(circum and eo), to go about, circle. area, 5, 289; surrounding multiround, 11, 761.

tude or throng of spectators, 5, 109. circumferð, tuli, lātus, ferre, irreg. Cissēis, idis, f. (Cisseus), the daughter

a., to bear round; pass around, of Cisseus; Hecuba, 7, 320. sprinkle, purify by sprinkling, 6, Cisseus (dissyll.), ei, m. I. Cisseus, 229; cast about, 12, 558.

a king of Thrace, said by a late circumflecto, flexi, flexus, 3, a., to bend myth to have been the father of around; turn far round, 3, 430.

Hecuba, 5, 537.

2. A Rutulian, circumfundo, fūdi, fūsus, 3, a., 10, 317

pour around; to encompass, sur- citātus, a, um, p. of cito, swiftly round; pass., circumfundor, füsus driven or swiftly running, 12, 373. sum, in middle signif., to rush Cithaeron, õnis, m., a mountain of around, surround, 2, 383; p., cir- Boeotia, where the orgies of Bacchus cumfūsus, a, um, surrounding, 1, were celebrated, 4, 303.

586; gathering around, 6, 666. cithara, ae, f., the cithara, cithern, or circumfūsus, a, um, p. of circum- lute, 1, 740. fundo.

citius, see cieo. circumligā, āvī, ātus, i, a., to tie or cito, adv., see cieo. bind round or to, II, 555.

citus, a, um, p. of cieo. circu to, steti, 3, a. and n., to take civilis, e, adj. (cīvis), pertaining to

one's stand around; gather round; the citizen ; civil, civic, 6, 772. assail, surround, 8, 490.

cīvis, is, c., a citizen, 2, 42, et al.; pl., circumsono, i, n. and a., to sound comrades, 5, 196.

about; raise a din around, 8, 474. clādēs, is, f., destruction ; slaughter, circumspicio, spexī, spectus, 3, a. and carnage, 2, 361; scourge, destroyers,

no (circum and specio, look), to 6, 843 look around; cast a glance round clam, adv., secretly, I, 350. upon ; survey, 2, 68; look round and clāmā, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n. (rel. to see, 12, 896; observe, 3, 517; look kaléw, call), to call, 12, 600; call; round for, look out, seek.

call upon, 4, 674; cry out or aloud, circumsto, steti, 1, a. and n., to stand

shout, 9, 442. around; hem in; threaten, beset, clāmor, oris, m. (clāmo), a shout, et 10, 905;

encompass, threaten, 2, al.; loud cry or shriek, 2, 488; 1 559.

call, 2, 769; clamor, outcry, shoutcircumtextus, a, um, p. (circum and ing, 1, 87; sound, roaring sound, 3,

texo), woven round, 1, 649.

566.

clangor, oris, m. (clango, resound), a cliēns, entis, m. (clạo, to hear), a

clashing sound; braying, din, blast, 2, client, dependent, 6, 609.

313; rushing sound, flapping, 3, 226. clipeātus, a, um, adj. (clipeus), armed clārēsco, claruī, 3, inc. n., to become with a shield, or shield-bearing, 7,

clear to the ear or eye; grow loud, 793. increase, 2, 301.

clipeus, i, m., and clipeum, i, n., a Clarius, a, um, adj., of Claros, a town round shield ; a shield, 2, 227, et al.

in Ionia, noted for one of the oracles Cloanthus, i, m., commander of one of of Apollo located there; Clarian, 3, the ships of Aeneas, 1, 222. 360.

Cloelia, ae, f., the Roman heroine who 1. clārus, a, um, adj., clear, of sight escaped with other maiden hostages

or sound; clear, 1, 588; shining, from the camp of Porsena, and swam bright, lustrous, 9, 582; making across the Tiber to Rome, 8, 651. clear; fair, bright ; shrill, loud, 3, Clonius, i7, m., a Trojan, 9, 574. 519; fig., renowned, 1, 284; noble, Clonus, i, m., the name of a Grecian illustrious, honored, 1, 550.

silversmith, 10, 499. 2. Clārus, ī, m, Clarus, a Lycian fol- Cluentius, iī, m., a Roman gentile lower of. Aeneas, 10, 126.

name, 5, 123 classicum, i, n. (classis), the sound of Clūsīnus, a, um, adj. (Clūsium), of

the trumpet ; the trumpet, 7, 637. Clusium, 10, 655. classis, is, f. (rel. to kaléw, call), a Clūsium, i7, n., one of the chief cities fleet, 1, 39; a ship, 6, 334; a troop or of Etruria, now Chiusi, 10, 167. body of soldiers, 7, 716; pl., armies Clytius, ii, m., the name of several or hosts (coming in ships or fleets), Trojans, 9, 774 ; 10, 129, etc.

Cnõsius, a, um, adj. (Crāsus or GnoClaudius, a, um, adj. (Claudius), per- sus), of Gnosus, a city in Crete;

taining to the family of Claudius; Gnosian; Cretan, 3, 115. Claudian, 7, 708.

CO-, see cum. claudo, clausī, clausus, 3, a., to shut or coāctus, a, um, p. of cõgõ.

close; freq., shut up; shut up or close Coclēs, itis, m., Horatius Cocles, the against, i, 233; inclose, bound, 8, Roman hero who defended the bridge 473; confine, 6, 734 ; with circum, against the Tuscans, 8, 650. surround, 1, 311; subst., clausum, coctus, a, um, p. coquo. i, n., a pen.

Cocỹtius, a, um, adj., of Cocytus, 7, claudus, a, um, adj., lame, limping, 479. maimed, 5, 278.

Cocýtus, i, m., the Cocytus, the river claustra, õrum, n. pl. (claudo), fast- of lamentation," in the lower world,

enings; bolts, bars; barriers, 1,.56; narrows, straits, 3, 411.

coeo, coīvi or coiī, coitus, coīre, irreg. 1. Clausus, i, m., a chief of the n. and a., to go or come together, asSabines, 7, 707.

semble, 7, 582; come together in con2. clausus, a, um, p. of claudo. flict, join battle ; of the blood, stand clāva, ae, f., a club, 10, 318.

still, congeal, curdle, 3, 30; come to clāvus, i, m., a nail, a peg; a helm, terms, form a compact, 7, 317 ; 5, 177.

coīre in ūnum, to come to one place,

3, 602.

6, 132.

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