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tenebrae, ārum, f., darkness, 9, 425; ' tepefacio, fēcī, factus, 3, a., to make

gloom, 6, 238; 2, 92; dark abode, 6, tepid or warm ; pass., to reek, 9, 545.

333. tenebrosus, a, um, adj. (tenebrae), tepefactus, a, um, p. of tepefacio.

dark, dusky, murky, 5, 839. tepeo, 2, n., to be moderately warm ; to Tenedos, i, f., an island in the Aegean reek, 8, 196.

about five miles from shore in sight tepēsco, uī, 3, inc. n. (tepeõ), to grow of Troy, 2, 21.

warm, 9, 701. teneo, ui, tentus, 2, a. and n. (rel. to tepidus, a, um, adj. (tepeo), lukewarm,

tendo), to hold, in every sense, freq.; tepid; warm, 3, 66; smoking, reekhold fast, grasp, 2, 530; 12, 754; ing, 9, 455. cling to, 2, 490; keep, hold, 1, 482; ter, num. adv. (três), thrice, three times, inhabit, 1, 12; gain, reach, 1, 400; seize upon, 12,673; hold one's course terebinthus, i, f., the turpentine tree; through, traverse, 7, 287; hold, direct a kind of ebony, 10, 136. one's way, 1, 370; retain, 6, 235; terebro, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (terebra, an to have, inherit, 5, 121; preserve, instrument for boring), to bore maintain, observe, 3, 408; govern, through ; pierce, penetrate, 2, 38; rule, I, 236; detain, 1, 670; with. | take out by boring, bore out, 3, 635. hold, forbid, 12, 819; bind, control, teres, etis, adj. (tero), rubbed or 2, 159; fill, possess, 1, 132; keep in rounded off smooth; tapering, 7, mind or memory; n., have pos- 665; polished, 5, 313; well twisted, session, be mester, 2, 505; prīma strong, 11, 579. tenēre, to take the lead, 10, 157; sē Tēreus, ei or eos, m., a Trojan, II, tenēre, stand fast, 7, 589.

675. tener, era, erum, adj., tender, 2, 406; tergeminus, a, um, adj., of threefold

young, 11, 578; light, delicate, 3, birth ; threefold, having three bodies, 419; thin, 9, 699.

8, 202; of three forms or names; tenor, oris, m. (teneo), a holding on; triple, 4, 511.

a continuous course; course. tergeo, tersī, tersus, 2, a., and tergő, tentorium, ii, n. (tendo), a tent, 1, 3, a., to wipe; clean, polish, 7, 626. 469.

tergum, ī, and tergus, oris (1, 20; tenuis, e, adj. (cf. tendo), stretched 9, 764), n., the back of men or ani.

out; slender, thin, 4, 278; light, 3, mals, 1, 296, et al.; the stern of a 448; little, 10, 511; airy, ethereal, ship, 5, 168; skin, hide, I, 211; 6, 292 ; delicate, fine, 4, 264 ; scanty, gauntlet, hide, 5, 403; form, frame, yielding a scanty livelihood, 8, 409 ; body, 2, 231; carcass, body, 1, 635; reduced, perishing, sinking, 5, 690; length, long body, 2, 208; a layer, simple, trivial, humble.

plate, 10, 482 ; pl., terga, õrum, tenus, prep. w. gen. or abl., placed members, frame, 6, 422; gauntlets,

after its case (rel. to tendo), as 5, 419; ā tergő, behind, 1, 186; far as ; up to, 2, 553; down to, in tergum, to the rear, II, 653 ; to, 3, 427; to, 1, 737; hāc tenus, vertere or dare terga, to run away, separated by tmesis, thus far, 5, retreat, 6, 491; 9, 794. 603.

tergus, oris, n., see tergum.

termino, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (terminus), tertius, a, um, ord. num. adj. (três),

to put bounds to ; limit, 1, 287. the third, 1, 265, et al. terminus, i, m., a boundary line; tessera, ae, f., a square tablet ; a ticket limit, end, destiny, 4, 614.

inscribed with the watchword'; the terni, ae, a., distrib. num. adj. (três), watchword or password, 7, 637.

three each, 5, 247; as a cardinal, testis, is, C., a witness, 5, 789. three, 1, 266; once in the sing., testor, ātus sum, 1, dep. a. (testis), to terno ordine, in triple rank, in three testify, bear witness to, with acc. of tiers, 5, 120.

object witnessed, 3, 487; to call ternus, a, um, see terni.

to witness, appeal to, with acc. of tero, trīvī, tritus, 3, a., to rub; wear, witness called upon, 2, 155; invoke,

clash, strike, 5, 324; of time, spend, 12, 496; w. object omitted, adjure, pass, 9, 609; waste, 4, 271.

implore, 3, 599; declare, proclaim, terra, ae, f., the earth; a land, country, 6, 619; beseech (call to witness the

3, 13; lind as opposed to sea or offering), 11, 559. water, 1, 598, et al.; to air, sky, 4, testūdē, inis, f., a tortoise; a vault:d 184, et al.; ground, 1, 395; an estate, roof, vault, 1, 505; a testudo, formed a farm, 6, 811; pl., terrae, ārum, of the shields of soldiers held over lands, for the sing., 6, 18; the world, their heads, 2, 441. all lands, 4, 607; orbis terrārum, Tetrica, ae, m., a mountain in the the world, the whole earth, 1, 233; Sabine country, 7, 713. sub terrās, to the lower world, 4, Teucer (Teucrus), cri, m. 1. Teucer, 654; terram petere, to fall upon first king of Troy, son of the river. the ground prostrate in awe and god Scamander, and father-in-law

fear, 3, 93; in death, 10, 489. of Dardanus, I, 235. 2. Teucer, terrēnus, a, um, adj. (terra), made of son of Telamon and Hesione, half

earth ; earthen, of earth, 11, 850; brother of Ajax, and founder of earthly, earth-born, 6, 732.

Salamis in Cyprus, 1, 619. terreo, uī, itus, 2, a., to frighten, alarm, Teucrī, õrum, m. (Teucer), the Tro

appall, terrify, freq.; threaten, seek jans, descendants of Teucer, I, 38, to terrify, 10, 879.

et al.; adj., Teucrian, Trojan, 9, terribilis, e, adj. (terreo), frightful,

appalling, terrible, fearful, 6, 299, Teucria, ae, f. (Teucer), the Trojan et al.

land; Troy, 2, 26. terrifico, āvī, ātus, 1, a. (terrificus), Teucrus, i, see Teucer. to affright, terrify, 4, 210.

Teuthrās, antis, m., an Arcadian folterrificus, a, um, adj. (terreo and lower of Pallas, 10, 402.

facio), causing terror; dread-inspir. Teutonicus, a, um, adj. (Teutoni), of ing, alarming, terrifying, dreadful, the Teutons, Teutonic, Germanic, 7, dread, 5, 524.

741. territo, 1, freq. a. (terreo), to fill with texõ, texui, textus, 3, a., to weave ; to

alarm; affright, alarm, 4, 187. build cunningly; form, fashion, territus, a, um, p. of terreo.

fabricate, construct, 2, 186; make terror, õris, m. (terreo), fright, fear, intricate movements, interweare, dread, alarm, 7, 552, et al.

5, 593; p., textus, a, um, woren,

779, et al.

constructed, made, 5, 589; subst., Athens, who descended with Peiritextum, i, n., that which is woven thous into Hades to aid him in his

or plaited; a texture, 8, 625. attempt to carry away Proserpina, textilis, e, adj. (texo), woven, em- 6, 121, et al. broidered, 3, 485.

Thessandrus, i, m., Thessandrus, a textum, i, n., see texo.

Grecian chief, 2, 261. textus, a, um, p. of texā.

Thetis, idis or idos, f., Thetis, daughThaemon, onis, m., a Lycian, follower ter of Nereus and Doris, married to of Aeneas, 10, 126.

Peleus, of Thessaly, by whom she bethalamus, i, m., a bedchamber; cham- came the mother of Achilles, 5, 825.

ber, 2, 503; couch, 6, 280; mar. thiasus, i, m., a dance in honor of riage, 4, 18; bridals, the bride, 7, Bacchus, a wild dance, 7, 581. 388; pl., thalami, òrum, nuptials, Thoās, antis, m. 1. Thoas, a Grecian wedlock, marriage, 6, 94.

chief, 2, 262.

2. An Arcadian, folThalia, ae, f, Thalia, an Oceanid or lower of Pallas, 10, 415. sea-nymph, 5, 826.

tholus, i, m., a cupola, dome, the vault Thamyris, is, m., a Trojan, 12, 341. of a temple, vaulted shrine, 9, 408. Thapsus, i, f., Thapsus, a city and thörāx, ācis, acc. pl., -ācas, m., a corse

peninsula of the eastern coast of let, breastplate, cuirass, 7, 633. Sicily, 3, 689.

Thrāca, ae, f., Thrace, 12, 335. Thaumantias, adis, f. (Thaumas), the Thrāces, see Thrāx.

daughter of Thaumas, Iris, 9, 5. Thrācius, a, um, adj., Thracian, 5, Theānā, ūs, f., the wife of the Trojan

536, et al. Amycus, 10, 703.

Thrāx, ācis., adj., Thracian; subst. theātrum, i, n., a place for seeing; a pl., Thrāces, um, Thracians, 3, 14,

theater, 1, 427; any place suited for et al. public spectacles; theatri circus, Thrēicius, a, um, adj., Thracian, 3, the curving area of a theater, formed 51, et al.; Thracian in character, by nature, 5, 288.

northern, 11, 659. Thēbae, ārum, f., Thebes, the capital Thrēissus, a, um, adj., Thracian, 1, of Boeotia, 4, 470.

316, et al.; subst., Thréissa, a huntThēbānus, a, um, adj. (Thēbē), of ress, 11, 858.

Thebe, in Mysia ; Theban, 9, 697. Thronius, i7, m., a Latin, 10, 753. Themillās, ae, m., a Trojan, 9, 576. Thýbrinus, see Tiberinus. Thermodon, ontis, m., a river of Pon- 1. Thõbris, see Tiberis.

tus, in the country of the Amazons, 2. Thõbris, idis, m., an ancient king 11, 659.

of Latium, 8, 330. Thēron, õnis, m., a Latin warrior Thờias (dissyll.), adis, f., a female slain by Aeneas, 10, 312.

worshiper of Bacchus; a Bacchante, Thersilochus, i, m. 1. A Paeonian Bacchanal, or Thyiad, 4, 302.

allied with the Trojans, and slain Thymber, brī, m., a Rutulian, son of

by Achilles, 6, 483. 2. A Trojan. Daucus, 10, 391. thēsaurus, i, m., a treasure, I, 359. 1. Thymbraeus, a, um, adj. (ThymThēseus (dissyll.), ei or eos, m., The- bra), of Thumbra, a town in the

seus, son of degeus, and king of Troad, in which was a temple of Apollo; hence, Thymbraean, antimidus, a, um, adj. (timeõ), subject epithet of Apollo, 3, 85.

to fear; fearful, cowarılly, trembling, 2. Thymbraeus, i, m., a Trojan war. timid, 6, 263, et al. rior, 12, 458.

timor, oris, m. (timeo), fear, appre. Thymbris, idis, m., a Trojan, 10, 124. hension, dread, anxiety, I, 202; Thymoetēs, ae, m., a Trojan, 2, 32, personified, Fear, 9, 719. et al.

tingõ, tinxi, tinctus, 3, a., to wet; thymum, i, n., the herb thyme, 1, 436, moisten, 3, 665; wash, dip, bathe, I, et al.

745; imbrue, 12, 358. thyrsus, i, m., the stalk of a plant; a tinnitus, ūs, m. (tinnio, jingle), a

staff wreathed with ivy and vine- jingling, rattling, jingle, chinking, leaves, and borne by Bacchus and

9, 809. his worshipers, the thyrsus, 7, 390. Tirynthius, a, um, adj. (Tiryns), of tiāra, ae, f., and tiārās, ae, m., a head- Tiryns, a town in Argolis, where

band or crown worn by the Asiatics; Hercules was brought up; Tiryn. a tiara, 7, 247.

thian; subst., Tirynthius, ii, m., Tiberīnus (Thýbrinus, 12, 35), a, the Tirynthian; Hercules, 7, 662.

um, adj. (Tiberis), pertaining to the Tīsiphonē, ēs, f., one of the three Tiber ; Tiberine, 1, 13, et al.; Furies, 6, 571, et al. subst., Tiberīnus, m., the river.god, Tītān, ānis, m., a Titan, one of the Tiber; the Tiber, 6, 873.

six sons of Caelus and Terra ; any Tiberis, is (Thybris, 2, 782, et al., idis, descendant of a Titan; the Sun

acc. -brim, voc. -bri), the river Tiber. (son of Hyperion), 4, 119. tibi, see tū.

Titānius, a, um, adj. (Titān), Titatībia, ae, f., the larger of the shin- nian, consisting of Titans, 6, 580;

bones; a pipe or flute, as this bone of Titanian origin, 6, 725.

was used for a musical pipe. Tithonius, a, um, adj. (Tīthõnus), of Tibur, uris, n., a city on the eastern bor. Tithonus ; Tithonia coniūnx, Auder of Latium, 7, 630.

rora, 8, 384. Tīburs, tis, adj. (Tībur), of Tibur, 9, Tithõnus, i, m., brother of Priam,

360; n. pl., Tīburtia, 7, 670; subst., lover of Aurora, by whom he became Tiburtēs, um, m., the people of father of Memnon, 4, 585, et al.

Tibur; the Tiburtines, 11, 757. titubo, āvī, ātus, i, n. and a., to totler ; Tiburtus, i, m., the founder of Tibur, p., titubātus, a, um, made to lotter. 7, 671.

tottering, unsteady, 5, 332. 1. tigris, is or idis, C., a tiger or Tityos, i, m., a giant, son of Jupiler tigress, 4, 367, et al.

and Elara, who was slain by Apollo 2. Tigris, is or idis, f., the name of a for offering violence to Latona, 6,595. ship, 10, 166.

Tmarius, a, um, adj. (Tmaros), of. Timāvus, i, m., the T'imatus, a river Tmaros, a mountain in Epirus ;

at the head of the Adriatic, north- Tmarian, 5, 620.

west of Trieste, 1, 244, et al. Tmarus, i, m., a Rutulian warrior, time7, ui, 2, a. and n., to fear, dread, 9, 685.

1,661, et al.; show fear or terror; togātus, a, um, adj. (toga), wearing to tremble, 5, 505.

the toga ; of the toga, I, 282.

tolerābilis, e, adj. (tolero), that can 497; cast, dash, 1, 108; direct, be borne ; endurable, 5, 768.

4, 220; turn awny, 6, 547; turn, tolero, āvī, ātus, i, a. (cf. tollo), to cause to revolve, 4, 269; control, 12,

sustain ; support, maintain, 8, 409; 180; P., tortus, a, um, whirled, enture, 8, 515.

whirling, impetuous, 7, 567. tollo, sustuli, sublātus, 3, a., to lift up, torrēns, entis, see torreo.

raise, rear, 1, 66, et al.; carry, bear, torreo, ui, tostus, 2, a. and n., to burn, 1, 692; bear off, 5, 390; remove, 8, scorch, roast, parch, 1, 179; rush, 175; take or carry away, 3, 601; roll, 6, 550; of a river bank, 9, 105; lift, impel, 1o, 295; remove, take p., torrēns, entis, subst., a torrent, away; end, cause to cease, 12, 39;

7, 567. destroy, cut down, 12, 771; rouse, torris, is, m. (torreo), a firebrand; exciti, 9, 127; exalt, praise, extol, brand, 7, 506. 3, 158; p., sublātus, a, um, lifted up tortilis, e, adj. (torqueo), of twisted

in spirit; haughty, proud, 10, 502. work, winding, 7, 351. Tolumnius, ii, m., a Latin chief and 1. tortus, a, um, p. of torqueo. soothsayer, 11, 429, et al.

2. tortus, ūs, m. (torqueo), a twisttondeo, totondi, tõnsus, 2, a., to shear; ing, coil, 5, 276.

finish, 1, 702; clip, trim, 5, 556; torus, i, m., a bed, couch, 1, 708; seat, browse, feed upon, graze upon.

5, 388; royal seat, throne, 8, 177; tonitrus, ūs, m. (tono), thunder, 4, bank, 6, 674; the swelling part of

122, et al.; thunderbolt, 8, 391. flesh; a brawny muscle. tonā, ui, i, n. and a., to thunder, 3, torvum and torva, adv., see torvus.

571, et al.; of speech, 11, 383; with torvus, a, um, stern, grim, wild; savacc., utter, invoke with a loud voice, age, lowering, 3, 677; fierce, 6, 571; thunder forth, 4, 510.

shaggy, 3, 636; adv., torvum and tõnsa, ae, f., an oar, 7, 28.

torva, sternly, wildly, 7, 399; 6, 467. tönsus, a, um, p. of tondeo.

tostus, a, um, p. of torreo. tormentum, i, n. (torqueo), an engine tot, num. adj. pron., indecl., so many,

for hurling missiles by means of 4, 182, et al. twisted ropes; a catapult or ballista, totidem, num. adj. pron., indecl. (tot 11, 616; punishment by the rack, and idem), just, even so many; as torture, 8, 487.

many, 4, 183, et al. torpeo, ui, 2, n., to be numb, torpid; totiēns (totiēs), num, adj. (tot), so unmoved, 9, 499.

many times, so often, 1, 407, et al. torpor, oris, m. (torpeõ), numbness ; tõtus, a, um, adj., the whole, total, enfig., dread, 12, 867.

tire, 1, 128, et al.; toto corpore, Torquātus, i, m. (torqués, a twisted with all one's strength, 12, 920.

collar), a surname of Titus Man- trabālis, e, adj. (trabs, a beam), of lius, who wore the collar or torques beams; like a beam, 12, 294. of a Gallic champion whom he had | trabea, ae, f., a toga of purple cloth, slain in single combat, 6, 825.

or one of white cloth with horizontal torqueo, torsi, tortus, 2, a., to wind, purple stripes, worn by Roman dig.

turn, twist, 4, 575; roll along, 6, nitaries, and ascribed to the primi551; whirl, hurl, 3, 208; shoot, 5, tive Latin kings, 7, 612.

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