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Naupactus, i, m., a coast-town of

Ætolia. Naupliades, is, Palamēdes, son

of Nauplias, myth. k. of Eubea. ! #nausea, æ, F., sea-sickness.

nauseo, 1, be sea-sick, qualmish. | nauseola, æ, F., qualm.

nauseõsus, a, um, sickening. nauta=navita, sailor. fnautea, æ, F., nausea. bilgewater. | nauticus, a, um, of ships; pl.,

sailors, seamen. nāvālis, e, of ships; N., port, dock

yard; pl., harbor, rigging. fnāvarchus, i, m., ship’s captain. nāvē, diligently. nāvia, æ, F., ship, trough.

nāvicula (-cella), æ, F., boat, skiff. ināviculārius, a, um, of boats ; M.,

skipper; F., boat-hiring or agency. nāvifragus, a, um, causing wreck. nāvigābilis, e, navigable. nāvigātio, önis, F., sailing. nāviger, a, um, ship-bearing. nāvigium, i, N., vessel, ship, raft. nāvigo, 1, to sail, navigate. nāvis, is, em (im), F., ship. nāvita, (nauta), æ, sailor, boatman. nāvitas, ātis, F., promptness. nāviter, diligently, promptly, fully. tāvo, I, do zealously, accomplish. nāvus, a, um, prompt, diligent. Naxos, i, F., an island in the

Ægean Sea. nē, lest; (w. imperat.) not; ne

quidem, not even. nē for næ, surely. -ne, interrog. part. ($ 71), whether. Neapolis, is, F., Naples, in Cam

pania, 120 miles S. E. of Rome. ť nebris, idis, F., fawn-skin. nebula, æ, F., mist, vapor, cloud. nebulo, ōnis, N., worthless fellow. nebulosus, a, um, cloudy, misty. nec=neque, nor, and not. necātus, [neco,] slain. necdum, and not yet. necessārio (ē), necessarily. necessārius, a, um, necessary, kin

dred; M., friend, relative. necesse (neut.), necessary.

necessitas, ātis, F., necessity, need,

friendship, relationship. necessitūdo, inis, F., intimacy,

need; pl., friends, relatives. necessum, inevitable. necne, or not. necnon, also. neco, cāvi, cāt- (ct-), 1, to kill. necopinans, tis, unaware. necopinātā, unexpectedly. necopinātus, a, um, unexpected. necopīnus, a, um, unsuspecting,

unlooked for. ť necromantía, æ, F., evoking the

dead, necromancy. fnectar, əris, N., nectar, drink of

the gods. nectareus, a, um, of nectar, deli

cious ; F., a fragrant plant. necto, xi (xui), xum, 3, to bad,

clasp, fasten, weave, devise. nectus=necātus, (neco,] slain. necubi, lest anywhere. necunde, lest from any place. nēdum, much less, not to say. nefandus, a, um, [for,] impious,

abominable. nēfāriē, impiously, wickedly. nefārius, a, um, execrable, abomin

able; N., a heinous crime. nefās, N. wrong, crime, harm, wretch. nefastus, a, um, impious, inauspici

ous; dies, a day when no court

business could be done. nefrens, dis, toothless. negātio, onis, F., denial, refusal. negito, 1, persist in denying. neglectē, (-tim), negligently. neglectus, negligo, slighted. neglectus, ūs, M., neglect. negligens, tis, negligent, heedless. negligenter, heeillessly. negligentia, æ, F., neglect. negligo, exi, ect-, 3, to neglect,

slight, despise, disregard. nego, 1, to deny, refuse; hinder. negotiālis, e, of business. negotians, tis, M., a dealer. negotiātio, onis, F., wholesale trade. negotiātor, õris, M., agent, trader. negotior, i, to deal, traffic.

negotiosus, a, um, full of business. negotium, [ūtium,] i, n., business,

trouble, difficulty, a thing. Nēleus, ei, myth. k. of Pylos, son

of Neptune, father of Nestor. Nemea, æ, F., a town of Argolis. nēmen, inis ; -ma, ătis, N., thread, Nemesis, is (ios), the goddess of

Justice, or Retribution. nēmo (T. 5), C., [ne homo,] no one. nemorālis (ensis), e, of the grove. nemorāsus, a, um, woody, leafy. nempe, surely, why! fnemus, oris, N., wood, grove, tree. nēnia, æ, F., wail, dirge, song. neo, nēvi, nēt-, 2, to spin, weave. Neoptolemus, i, son of Achilles. #neotericus, a, um, new. nepa, æ, F., scorpion, crab. Nephele, ēs, wife of Athamas,

mother of Phryxus and Helle. nepos, ātis, M., grandson, nephew;

prodigal, spendthrifi. nepotīnus, a, um (-ālis, e), profuse. nepātor, I, squander, lavish. neptis, is, F., granddaughter. Neptūnius, a, um, of or built by

Neptune. Neptūnus, i, god of the Waters,

brother of Jupiter ; the sea. nēquam, worthless, wretched, vile. nēquāquam, by no means. neque (nec), neither, nor, and not. nequedum, and not yet. nequeo ($ 37, viii.), cannot. nēquicquam (-quîquam), in vain. nēquior, nequissimus, [nēquam,]

more and most worthless. nēquis, qua, quod (quid), lest any. nēquiter, worthlessly, badly. nēquitia, æ (-es, ēi), F., badness,

vileness, negligence, levity. nēquo, no-whither. nēreis, idis, F., sea-nymph. Nēreus, i, a sea-deity, son of

Oceanus and Tethys. Nēritos (us), i, m., a mountain of

Ithaca ; -īus, a, um, Ithacan. Nero, ōnis, family name of L. Do

mitius Aënobarbus, the sixth emperor, A.D. 54-68.

Nerva, successor of Domitian,

A.D. 96-98. nerviæ, ārum, F., strings, chords. Nervii, Õrum, a Belgian tribe. nervösē, energetically. nervosus, a, um, sinewy, vigorous. nervus, i, M., sinew, string, thong,

bow-string, vigor, force, a prison. nesciens, tis, ignorant, unskilled. nescienter, ignorantly. nescio, 4, be ignorant or unskilled. nescius, a, um, ignorant, unable,

unskilled, unknown. Nessus, i, a Centaur, slain by

Hercules. Nestor, oris, myth. king of Pylos,

son of Neleus. nētus, ūs, M., [neo,]spinning, thread. neu=nēve, nor. neuter, tra, um, neither of two. neutiquam, by no means. neutrālis, e, neuter. neutro, to neither side. neutrubi, in neither place. nēve, and not, and lest. nex, necis, F., death (by violence). nexilis, e, bound together. nexio, ōnis, F., fastening. nexo, xui (xi), 3, bind, join, fasten. nexum, i, N., slavery for debt. nexuosus, a, um, full of knots. nexus, [necto,] fastened ; M., pris

oner, one bound to service. nexus, ūs, M., binding, obligation. , not, that not, unless. Nicæa, æ, F., a town of Bithynia. Nīcias, æ, Athenian commander of

the Sicilian expedition B.C. 415. nico, ci, 3, beckon. Nicomēdia, æ, F., the capital of

Bithynia. nicto, 1, wink, blink, sign, strive. nictus, ūs, M., winking. nidāmentum, i, n., stuff for nest. nidifico, i, to build nests. nidor, õris, M., vapor, steam, odor. nidulor, 1, to build nests. nidus (-ulus), i, m., nest, retreat. nigellus, a, um, dark, swarthy. niger, gra, um, black, dark. nigrans, tis, black, dusky.

nigrēdo, inis, F., blackness. nigresco, 3, grow black or dark. nigricans, tis, blackish. nigritia, æ, F., blackness. nigro, 1, Vlacken, be black. nigror, õris, M., blackness. nihil, nothing, not at all. nihildum, nothing yet. nihilominus, none the less. nihilum, i, n.=nihil, nothing. nil=nihil, nothing. Nilus, i, M., the Nile, the great

river of Egypt. nimbātus, a, um, light, vapory. nimbifer, era, um, stormy. nimbāsus, a, um, stormy, rainy. nimbus, i, m., rain-cloud, storm. nimiē (-7), by far, too much. nimietas, ātis, F., excess. nīmīrum, doubtless. nimis, too much, excessively. nimius, a, um, excessive, too great. ningit, ninxit, 3, it snows. ninguidus, a, um, snowy. ninguis, is, F., snow. ningulus, a, um, nobody. Ninivē, ēs, F., Nineveh, the capi

tal of Assyria, on the Tigris. Ninus, myth. founder of Niniveh. Niobē, ēs (-ba, æ), daughter of

Tantalus, changed to stone after

the loss of all her children. Nisæus (- ius), of Nisus. Nisēis, idis, Scylla, d. of Nisus,

k. of Megara, who betrayed his

kingdom to Minos. nisi (nī), unless, if not. nīsus, (nītor,] relying. nisus (-xus), ūs, M., effort, pressure. Nīsus, i, myth. king of Megara,

changed to a hawk. nītēla (-dula), æ, F., dormouse. nitens, tis, shining, brilliant, bloom

ing, famous. nītens, tis, (nitor,] striving. niteo, ui, 2, to shine, glitter, thrive,

flourish. nitesco, tui, 3, to shine forth., nītibundus, a, um, straining. nitidē, brightly. nitido, 1, make bright, bathe.

nitidus, a, um, bright, sleek, elegant. nītor, nīsus (nixus), 3, to strain,

mount, strive, rely. nitor, Õris, M., brightness, neatness. #nitrum, i, n., soda, alkali. nivālis, e, snowy. nivārius, a, um, of snow. nivātus, a, um, cooled with snow. nīvens, tis, closing (winking). niveus, a, um, snowy, white. nivõsus, a, um, full of snow. nix, nĩvis, F., snow. nixor, 1, lean, strive. nixus, [nitor,] relying. nixus, ūs, M., effort, presssure. no, i, to swim, sail. nõbilis, e, famous, noble. nõbilitas, ātis, F., nobility (of rank,

fame or quality), the nobles. nõbiliter, nobly. nõbilito, 1, make famous. nobiscum, [ego,] with us. nocens, tis, guilty, harmful; M.,

a criminal. nocenter, guiltily. noceo, cui, cit-, 2, to harm, hurt. nocīvus, a, um, noxious. noctilūca, æ, F., night-shining. noctivagus, a, um, night-wandering. noctu (-te), by night. noctua, æ, F.,

owl. noctuābundus, a, um, in the night. noctuinus, a, um, of owls. nocturnus, a, um, nightly, dark. nocuus, a, um, harmful. nõdātus, a, um, knotted. nõdo, i, to fill with knots, fasten. nõdõsus, a, um, knotty, swollen,

intricate, difficult. nõdus (-ulus), i, m., knot, knob, band,

coil, difficulty. nõlens, tis, unwilling. nālo, nolle, nõlui ($ 37, ii), be un

willing, wish ill. nomades, um, C., wanderers. nõmen, inis, N., name (s 15), race,

debt, thing, fame, reason, pretext. nõmenclātor, Oris, M., namer. nominātim, by name. nominātio, ōnis, F., naming. nominātus, a, um, celebrated.

nomino, 1, call by name, make fa

mous, nominate, accuse. †nomisma, štis, N., coin, medal. #nomos, i, M., district, tune. non, not, no. nõnæ, ārum, F. pl., Nones ($ 83),

the 7th of March, May, July,

Oct. ; 5th of the other months. nõnāgēni, ninety (each). nõnāgiēs, ninety times. nõnaginta, ninety. nõnānus, a, um, of the 9th legion. nõnārius, a, um, of the gth hour. nondum, not yet. nongenti (noningenti), a, a, 900. nõnies (-ens), nine times. nonna, æ, F., a nun. nonne (interrog.), not? nonnēmo, inis, M., some one. nonnihil, something. nonnullus, a, um, some. nonnumquam, sometimes. nonnusquam, somewhere. nõnus, a, um, ninth. nõnus decimus, nineteenth. Norēia, æ, F., a town of Noricum,

the dist. north of the Adriatic. norma, æ, F., square, rule. normālis, e, by the square. nos, nostrum, nobis, we. noscito, 1, recognize. nosco, nāvi, not-, 3, learn, be ac

quainted, to know; perf. know. noster, tra, trum, our; pl., M., our

men, N., our possessions. nostras, ātis, of our country. nostrātim, in our fashion. nota, æ, F., mark, sign, note, stain. notābilis, e, noteworthy. notārius, a, um, of writing ; M.,

short-hand writer, clerk. notātio, ōnis, F., marking, choice. nõtesco, tui, 3, become known. nothus, a, um, illegitimate, false. notio, ōnis, F., a getting knowledge,

investigation, notion, idea. notitia, æ (-es, ēi), F., knowing, ac

quaintance, note. notius, a, um, southern. noto, i, designate, mark, signify,

brand, remark, write in cypher.

notor, oris, M., voucher, witness. nõtus, [nosco,] known. notus (os), i, m., the South wind. novācula, æ, F., razor, knife. novālis, e, fallow, fresh-ploughed. novātio, ōnis, F., renewing. novē, in new fashion, unusually. novellus, a, um, young, new, fresh. novem, nine. november, bris (9th month), No

vember. novemdecim, nineteen. novemdiālis, e, of nine days. novēnārius, a, um, of nine. novēni, æ, a, nine (each). noverca, æ, F., stepmother. novercālis, e, of a stepmother, hos

tile, malevolent. nāvi, [nosco,] I know. novies (-ens), nine times. novissimē, quite lately, lastly. novissimus, a, um, latest, last, low

est, furthest ; agmen, the rear. novitas, ātis, F., newness, strange

ness, novelty. noviter, newly, afresh. novitius, a, um, new, fresh. novo, I, to renew, alter, invent, re

fresh, change by revolution. novus, a, um, new, fresh, strange,

unwonted ; N., novelty ; res novæ,

revolution, novelties. nox, noctis, F., night, darkness, the

world below, gloom, storm, death. noxa (-ia), æ, F., harm, crime, pun

ishment. noxius (-osus), a, um, harmful,

injurious, guilty nūbēcula, æ, small cloud, dark spot. nūbēs, is, F.; (-is, M.), cloud, smoke,

vapor, gloom, obscurity. nūbifer, a, um, cloud-bearing. nūbigena, æ, C., cloud-born; pl.

the Centaurs. nūbilārium, i, N., shed, barn. nūbilis, e, marriageable. nūbilo, i, to be or make cloudy. nūbilus (-osus), a, um, cloudy, dark,

overcast, gloomy. nūbo, psi, pt-, 3, cover, veil, marry

(put on the veil, with dat.).

num,

nucētum, i, N., wood of nut trees. Numidicus, a, um, Numidian ; a nuceus, a, um; -ālis, e, of a nut. name given to Metellus, connucleus, i, m., kernel, nut.

queror of Jugurtha. nucula, æ, F., little nut.

numisma=nomisma, coin. nūdātio, onis, F., stripping bare. Numitor, õris, grandfather of nūdē, nakedly, simply.

Romulus. nūdius (tertius), now the (third) nummus=nūmus, coin, money. day since.

numnon, numne=num, whether. nūdo, 1, to strip, make bare, despoil. nūmāsus, a, um, wealthy. nūdus, a, um, naked, bare, stripped, numquam, never.

unadorned, alone, destitute. numquid, whether (emphatic). nūgæ, ārum, F., nonsense, finery, numquis, whether any. jesters.

nūmulārius, a, um, of money; M., nūgālis, e, frivolous; N. pl., trifles. state-banker. nugātor, õris, M., trifter, jester. nūmus (-ulus), i, M., money (as nūgātorius, a, um; nūgax, ācis, coin=4 cents, $ 84); farthing. trifling, futile, useless.

nunc, now (§ 41, ii. 2), but now. nūvigendus, i, M., dealer in finery. nunccine? now? nūgor, 1, jest, trifle, cheat.

nunciātio, ōnis, F., declaration. nullātenus, by no means.

nuncio=nuntio, announce. nullus, a, um (gen. ius), no, none, nuncubi? anywhere? ever? of no account.

nuncupātio, ōnis, F., naming, apwhether (871).

pointing, dedication. Numa, æ, Pompilius, second k. nuncupo, 1, to name or appoint (as of Rome, B.C. 713–679.

heir), vow publicly. Numantia, æ, F., a city of South nuncusque, till now.

Spain, capt. by Scipio, B.C. 133. nundinæ, ārum, F., market-day. nūmārius, a, um, of money, bribed. nundinālis, e, of the market. nūmātus, a, um, moneyed, rich. nundinātio, ōnis, F., trafficking. numella, æ, F., shackle, fetter. nundinor, i, to attend market, buy, nūmen, inis, N., (nuo,] nod, com- trade, troop together.

mand, divine will, divinity. nundinus, a, um, of the 9th or numerābilis, e, that can be counted. market-day; N., market-time. numerārius, a, um, of accounts. nunquam=numquam, never. numerātio, onis, F., payment. nuntia, æ, F., messenger. numerātus, a, um, in ready money, nuntiātio, ōnis, F., announcement.

N., cash ; in numerato, at hand. nuntio, 1, to announce, declare. numero, 1, count, reckon, pay out. nuntius, i, M., messenger, message, numero, precisely, quickly.

order, tidings. numerosē (-iter), numerously, har- [nuo, nūt-, 3, to nod (only in commoniously, in poetic numbers.

pounds). numerāsus, a, um, numerous, pro- nūper, lately, just now. lific, populous, melodious.

nūperus, a, um, recent, fresh. numerus, i, M., number, quantity, nupta, æ, F., [nūbo,] bride. troop, rank, part

, order, measure nuptiæ, ārum, F., marriage. or number (in verse).

nuptiālis, e, of a wedding. Numicius, i, m., a stream in La- nuptus, a, um, [nūbo,] married ;

tium ; name of a Roman Gens. F., bride, wife. Numida, æ, Numidian.

nuptus, ūs, M., marriage. Numidia, æ, F., a dist. of N. nurus, ūs, F., daughter-in-law.

Africa, W. of Carthage ; Algiers. nusquam, nowhere, in or to nothing.

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