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vāticinātio, ōnis, F., prophecy. vāticinor, 1, to prophesy, sing, rant. vatius, a, um, knock-kneed. [-ve, or. (vē-, of negative effect. vēcordia, æ, F., folly, madness. vēcors, dis, (cor,] senseless, mad. vectārius, a, um, for draught. vectigal, ālis, N., tax, revenue. vectīgālis, e, of taxes, tributary. vectis, is, M., bar, lever. vecto, I, carry, convey. vector, oris, M., carrier, passenger. vectorius, a, um, for carrying. vectūra, æ, F., freight or passage. vectus, (veho,] borne. vegeo, 2, excite, rouse. vegeto, i, to rouse, invigorate. vegetus, a, um, vigorous, active. vēgrandis, e, diminutive. vehemens, tis, eager, violent, vig

orous, powerful. vehementer, eagerly, vigorously. vehementia, æ, F., strength, vehe

mence, fervor. vehens, tis, riding. vehes, is, F., cart-load. vehiculum, i, n., cart, vehicle. veho, xi, ct-, 3, carry, bear, convey. Vēiens, tis; -tānus, a, um, of Veii,

a city of Etruria near Rome. vel, or, either, or indeed, even. vēlābrum, i, N., awning; a street

in Rome for small shops, &c. vēlāmen, inis, N., cover, garment. vēlāmentum, i, N., cover, veil, cur

tain ; pl., rods wound with fil

lets, borne by suppliants. vēlārium, i, N., awning. vēlāti, Õrum, M., reserve-troops. vēles, itis, M., skirmisher. Velia, æ, F., top of the Palatine

Hill; a coast-town of Lucania. vēlifer, era, um, sail-bearing. vēlificor, i, to make sail. Vēliternus, a, um, of Velitræ, a

Volscian town. vēlites, (vēles,] light troops. vēlitātio, ōnis, F., skirmishing. vēlitor, i, to skirmish, wrangle. vēlivolus, a, um, winged with sails.

vellātūra, æ, F., conveyance. vellico, i, to pinch, twitch. vello, vulsi, vuls-, 3, pull, pluck. vellus, eris, N., fleece; pelt, wool. vēlo, 1, to veil, cover, wrap. vēlācitas, ātis, F., swifiness. vēlociter, swifily. vēlox, ācis, swift, fleet. vēlum, i, N., sail, curtain, veil. vēlūmen, inis, N., fleece. velut, veluti, just as, as for instance,

as it were, just as if. vēna, æ, F.,

vein. vēnābulum, i, N., hunting-spear. Venāfrānus (-fer), a, um, of Vena

frum, a Samnite town. vēnālicius, a, um, for sale. vēnālis, e, for sale, venal. vēnāticus, a, um, for hunting. vēnātio, ōnis, F., the chase, game. vēnātor, oris, M.,

hunter. vēnātrix, icis, F.,

huntress. vēnātus, ūs, M. ; -tūra, æ, F., hunt

ing, the chase. vendibilis, e, salable, agreeable. vendico=vindico, claim. venditārius, a, um, for sale. venditātio, ōnis, F., display. venditio, ōnis, F., selling, sale. vendito, 1, offer for sale, praise. venditor, õris, M., seller. vendo, didi, dit-, 3, to sell, cry up

(as if for sale), betray for money. venēficium, i, N., poisoning, magic. venēficus, a, um, poisonous, magi

cal; M., sorcerer; F., sorceress. venēnātus, a, um, envenomed. venēno, i, to poison, dye. venēnum, i, N., poison, venom,

magical, charm, potion, dye. vēneo, ivi (ii), it-, 4, to be sold or

on sale. venerābilis, e, worthy of veneration. venerābundus, a, um, reverential. venerandus, a, um, venerable. venerātio, ōnis, F., reverence. Venereus, a, um, of Venus, or love;

M., a lucky throw; F., a shell. veneror, i, revere, supplicale. Venetus, a, um, of Venetia, the

country near Venice.

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venia, æ, F., favor, permission, for- verenter, reverently. bearance, pardon.

vereor, i, to fear, be afraid, revere. veniālis, e, gracious, pardonable. Vergiliæ, ārum, F., the Pleiades. venio, vēni, vent-, 4, to come. vergo, si, 3, bend, turn, lie towards. vēnor, i, to hunt, pursue.

vēridicus, a, um, iruth-speaking. vēnāsus, a, um, full of veins. vērisimilis, e, likely, truth-like. venter, tris, ium, M., belly, pro- vēritas, ātis, F., truth, reality. tuberance.

veritus, (vereor,] afraid. ventilo, 1, toss in the air, fan, win- vēriverbium, i, n., veracity. now, disturb, disquiet.

vermiculātus, a, um, worm-tracked ventio, ōnis, F., coming.

(a style of pattern). ventito, 1, keep coming.

vermiculor, I, to be wormy or ventosus, a, um, windy, speedy. worm-eaten. ventriõsus, a, um, big-bellied. vermiculus, i, M., grub. ventus (-ulus), i, M., wind, breeze. vermina, um, N., gripes. vēnācula, æ, F., a raisin-grape. vermino, I, to have worms, or crawlvenum, ui, o, M., sale.

ing pains. vēnum-do, I, set to sale.

vermis, is, M., (verto,] worm. Venus, eris, the goddess of Love; verna, æ, C., a home-born slave, love, charm.

native. venustas, ātis, F., charm, grace. vernāculus, a, um, native, inmate. venustē, charmingly.

vernālis, e, (ver] of spring. venustus, a, um, graceful, lovely. vernīlis, e, slavish, fawning, jesting. vepres, is, M., brier, bramble.

verno, 1, to bloom, flourish. veprētum, i, N., bramble-bush. vernula, æ, C., a young slave. vēr, vēris, N., spring.

vernus, a, um, of spring; N., springvērāciter, truthfully.

time; verno, in the spring. vērātrix, icis, F., sorceress.

vērā, in truth, but, indeed. vērātrum, i, N., hellebore.

verres, is, M., a boar-pig. vērax, ācis, truthful.

verrinus, a, um, of hog or pork. verbascum, i, N., mullein.

verro, ri, sum, 3, scrape, sweep, verbēnæ, ārum, F., sacred boughs drive, drag away, conceal.

(of olive, myrtle, laurel, &c.). verrūca, æ, F., a steep height, wart. verber, eris, N., lash, scourge, thong. verrūcāsus, a, um, warty, hilly. verberātio, ōnis, F., flogging. verrunco, I, to turn, turn out well. verbereus, a, um, of stripes. versābilis, e, changeful. verbero, i, to scourge, beat, lash.

versātilis, e, revolving, movable. verbero, ōnis, M., scamp, rascal. versicolor, õris, parti-colored, vaverbõsē, wordily.

riable. verbõsus, a, um, wordy.

versiculus, i, m., a little verse. verbum, i, n., word pl. language, versifico, 1, to write in verse.

discourse, phrase, saying, talk; versipellis, e, that changes skin, verbi causā, for example.

dissembling, crafty. verculum, i, N., (ver,] darling. verso, I, turn, whirl, bend, disturb, vērē, truly, rightly.

revolve, transact. verēcundē, molestly.

versor, I, dwell, abide, occupy one's verēcundia, æ, F., modesty, shyness. self, engage

in. verēcundor, 1, be shy, or ashamed. versõria, æ, F., turning, return. verēcundus, a, um, modest, bashful. versum, towards. verēdus, i, m., post-horse.

versūra, æ, F., turn, turning-place, verendus, a, um, venerable, awful. borrowing to pay.

versus, (verto,] turned.

vestigium, i, N., footstep, track, versus (vorsus), towards.

moment; ex vestigio, instantly. vers us, ūs, M., furrow, line, verse. vestigo, 1, to trace back. versūtus, a, um, shrewd, crafty. vestimentum, i, N., clothing. vertagus, i, N., greyhound.

vestio, 4, to clothe, cover, surround. vertebra, æ, F., joint.

vestiplica, æ, F., laundress. vertex, icis, M., whirl, eddy, vortex; vestītus, a, um, clad. top, crown, peak.

vestis, is, F., clothing, garment, carverticāsus, a, um, whirling, eddy- pet, tapestry, covering. ing, full of whirls.

vestispica, æ, F., clothes-maid. vertigo, inis, F., whirling, giddiness. vestītus, ūs, M., raiment, attire. verto (vorto), ti, sum, 3, to turn, vestras, ātis, C., of your people. change, subvert, translate.

veterānus, a, um, (vetus,] veteran. Vertumnus, i, god of Seasons. veterasco, āvi, 3, to grow old. veru, ūs, um, ubus, N., a spit. veterātor, oris, M., one grown old, veruīna, æ, F., javelin.

or cunning. vērum, i, N., the truth.

veterātorius, a, um, crafty. vērum, truly, yes, but, yet.

veterīnus, a, um, of beasts of burverumtamen, but yet.

den, or draught-cattle. verus, a, um, true, real.

veternosus, a, um,drowsy, lethargic. verūtum, i, N., dart, javelin. veternus, i, M., old age, drowsiness. verūtus, a, um, armed with darts. vetitum, i, N., (veto,] prohibition, vervactum, i, N., a fallow field. a forbidden thing. vervago, 3; to break up land. veto, ui, it-, 1, forbid, hinder. vervex, ēcis, M., a wether, mutton- vetulus, a, um, little old. head.

vetus, eris, old; pl. the ancients. vēsānia, æ, F., madness.

vetustas, ātis, F., antiquity, old age. vēsānus, a, um, mad, fierce, savage. vetustē, in the old way. vescor, 3, to feed, eat, enjoy. vetustus, a, um, aged, ancient, out vescus, a, um, little, thin, fine- of date, antiquated. grained, wretched.

vexātio, ōnis, F., shaking, distress. vēsica (-ula), æ, F., the bladder, vexātor, Õris, N., troubler.

purse, g'c. (of bladder-skin). vexillārius, i, m., standard-bearer. vespa, æ, F., wasp.

vexillātio, onis, F., battalion, squadvesper, eri (eris), M., evening.

ron, under one flag. vespera, æ, F., evening.

vexillum, i, N., standard, ensign, the vesperasco, 3, get towards evening. red flag of the general. vespertilio, ōnis, M., a bat.

vexo, i, shake, harass, vex, distress. vespertinus, a, um, of evening. via, æ, F., way, road, street, jourvesperūgo, inis, F., the evening

ney, passage, manner, fashion. star, a bat.

viālis, e; -rius, a, um, of the road. Vesta, æ, d. of Saturn, goddess viāticus, a, um, of a journey; N., of the Household.

travelling-supplies, prize-money. Vestālis, e, of Vesta; pl. F., Ves- viātor, oris, M., wayfarer, traveller,

tal Virgins (priestesses of Vesta). vester, tra, um, your.

viatorius, a, um, of the journey. vestiārius, a, um, of clothes; N., vībex, īcis, F., scar, stripe, weal. wardrobe.

vibia, æ, F., cross-plank. vestibulum, i, N., fore-court, en- vibrātus, ūs, M., flickering. trance, vestibule.

vibro, 1, brandish, shake, fling, vivesticeps, cipis, bearded, corrupt. brate, quiver, sparkle.

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summoner.

viburnum, i, N., wayfaring-tree (a

shrub). vicānus, a, um, of a village, villager. vicārius, a, um, substituted; M., a

substitute, deputy. vicātim, from street to street. vicēnārius, a, um, of twenty. vicēni, æ, a, twenty (each). vicennālis, e, of twenty years. vicēsimus, a, um, one-twentieth ;

F., tax of five per cent. vicia, æ, F., vetch. vicies, twenty times. vicīnālis, e; -ārius, a, um, neigh

boring, of the village. vicīnia, æ; -tas, tātis, F., neighbor

hood, likeness, vicinity. vicīnus, a, um, near, neighboring,

like; M., neighbor. vicis (gen.), em, e; es, ibus, change,

turn, lot, recompense; acc., instead

of, for; in vicem, by turns. vicissātim, again, in return. vicissim, on the other hand; in turn. vicissitūdo, inis; -tas, ātis, F.,

change, alternation. victima, æ, F., victim (for sacrifice). victimārius, i, M., assistant at sacri

fice, or dealer in victims. victito, 1, [vivo,] subsist. victor, oris, M., conqueror. victoria, æ, F., victory. victrix, īcis, F., she that conquers. victuālis, e, of provisions. victus, (vinco,] conquered. victus, ūs, M., (vivo,] food, living,

way of life. vicus, i. N., street (of houses), village. vidēlicet, manifestly, plainly, of

course, namely. viden (videsne), do you see? video, vidi, vīs-, 2, see, observe, un

derstand, provide ; P., scem, appear,

seem good. vidua, æ, F., widow. viduitas, ātis, F., dearth, lack. vidulus, i, N., knapsack. viduo, i, bercave, deprive. viduus, a, um, bereft

, widowed. Vienna, æ, F., Vienne, in south

eastern Gaul, on the Rhone.

vieo, ēt-, 2, to twist, plait, weave. viesco, 3, to shrink, wither. viētus, a, um, shrivelled, shrunk. vīgēni=vicēni, twenty each. vigeo, 2, to thrive, flourish. vigesco, vigui, 3, grow flourishing. vīgēsimus, a, um, Eventieth. vigil, ilis, awake, watchful, alert. vigilans, tis, watchful, anxious.. vigilantia, æ, F., watchfulness, vigi

lance, wakefulness. vigilia, æ, F., wakefulness, u vrh,

guard, night-watch (1 of the i vigilo, 1, watch, guard, be wa viginti, twenty. viginti viri, Board of twentys

assigning lands). vigor, oris, M., energy, force, . , ;r. vilesco, vilui, to grow worthle: vilipendo, 3, [pendo,] hold < ap. vilis, e, cheap, worthless, abundant. vilitas, ātis, F., cheapness, baseness. viliter, cheaply. vilito, 1, to cheapen, degrade. villa (-ula), æ, F., country-seat, villa. villāticus, a, um, of a villa. villico (-or), I, manage an estate. villicus, a, um, of a villa; M., F.,

steward, overseer. villosus, a, um, hairy, shaggy. villum, i, N., [vinum,] sup of wine. villus, i, m., shaggy hair. vīmen, inis, N., slender twig, osier. vīminālis, e; -eus, a, um, of osiers. vin (visne), will you ? vinācea, æ, F., grape-husk. vināceum, i, N., grape-stone. vīnālis, e, of wine; N. pl., wine

festival (in April and August.) vīnārius, a, um, of wine; M., wine

dealer; pl., N., wine-pots. vinca, æ, F., periwinkle. vinceus, a, um, for binding. vincibilis, e, of conquest. vincio, vinxi, vinct-, 4, bind, wind,

fetter, confine, fortify. vinco, vīci, vict-, 3, conquer,

subdue, surpass, prevail. vinctūra, æ, F., bandage. vinctus, (vincio,] bound. vinculum, i, N., bond, chain, cord.

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vindēmia, æ, F., vintage, grape-

harvest; grapes, wine.
vindēmiātor, õris, M., vintager.
vindēmio, I, gather grapes.
vindex, icis, C., defender, deliverer,

protector, avenger.
vindicātio, oris, F., claim, defence,

vengeance.
vindiciæ, ārum, F., claim at law.
vindico, 1, to lay claim, save, de-

liver, avenge.
!, vi 'icta, æ, F., the liberating-rod;

ince, vengeance.

æ, F., vineyard, pent-house
i besiegers).

tum, i, n., vineyard.
10.Is, a, um, belonging to wine.
vidiulus, a, um, delightful.
vintilentia, æ, F., intoxication.
vīnulentus, a, um, drunk with wine.
vinõsus, a, um, full or fond of wine.
vīnum, i, N., wine, grapes.
vio, I, go, travel.
viola, æ, F., violet, gilliflower.
violābilis, e, subject to harm.
violāceus, a, um, of violet-color.
violārius, a, um, of violet dye; N.,

bed of violets.
violātio, onis, F., injury.
violātor, oris, M., injurer, profaner,

murderer.
violātus, (violo,] harmed.
violens, tis, [vis,]violent, impetuous.
violentia, æ, F., violence, fierceness.
violentus, a, um, vehement, violent,

boisterous.
violo, i, to harm, profane, violate.
vīpera, æ, F., viper, adder.
vīpereus (-inus), a, um, of a viper

or snake.
vipio, ōnis, M., a small crane.
vir, viri, N., man, male, husband.
virāgo, inis, F., (virgo,] a heroine.
vireo, 2, to be green or vigorous.
vireo, ōnis, N., green-finch (?)
vires, ium, F., [vis,] strength, forces.
viresco, 3, grow verdant.
vīresco, 3, to grow strong.
virētum, i, n., turf, greensward.
virga, æ, F., twig, rod, wand.
virgātor, õris, M., a flogger.

virgātus, a, um, of twigs, striped.
virgētum, i, n., osier-thicket.
virgeus, a, um, of rods or twigs.
virgidēmia, æ, harvest of rods.
virginālis, e; -eus, a, um, of a

girl or maiden.
virginitas, ātis, F., maidenhood.
Virginia, a Roman maiden, slain

by her father, to save her from

the decemvir, Ap. Claudius.
virginitas, ātis, F., maidenhood.
virgo, inis, F., maiden, virgin, young

woman, Vestal; dea, Diana.
virgõsus, a, um, full of twigs.
virgula, æ, F.,

small rod.
virgultum, i, N., thicket, shrubbery.
viriæ, ārum, F.,

bracelets.
viridārium, i, N., pleasure-garden.
viridicātus, a, um, green.
viridis, e, green, verdant, youthful.
viriditas, ātis, F., verdure, vigor.
virido, 1, to make or grow green.
virilis, e, manly, belonging to a man.
virīlitas, ātis, F., manhood.
viriliter, manfully:
viriola, æ, F., a little bracelet.
viriosus, a, um, robust, rude.
virītim, man by man.
virāsus, a, um, (vir,] fond of men.
vīrāsus, a, um, [vīrus,] rank, slimy.
virtus, ūtis, F., manhood, courage,

valor, virtue, power.
virulentus, a, um, poisonous.
virus, i, n., slime, poison, stench.
vis, vim, vi, F., force, violence,

abundance; pl., vires, strength.
viscātus, a, um, (viscum,] limed.
viscera, um, N., flesh, bowels.
viscerātio, onis, F., distributing or

devouring of meat.
viscidus (-osus), a, um, clammy,

sticky.
viscum, i, N., mistletoe, birdlime.
viscus, eris, N., (vescor,] an in-

terior organ; pl., flesh, entrails.
vīsibilis, e, visible.
vīsio, ōnis, F., sight, vision, idea.
vīsito, I, to see or visit oflen.
viso, si, sum, 3, view, look at, visit.
vīsus, (video,] seen; N., a vision.
visus, ūs, M., act or object of sight.

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