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name of Latini, built the city of Lavinium, and obtained the right of succeed. ing to the kingdom of Latinus. Thus he secured a dwelling place in Italy, and introduced his gods into Latium, according to the purpose indicated in the beginning of the poem.
IRREGULARITIES OF SCANSION
369. pavor; as videt in 1, 308. 16. The final vowel in Samo is not 411. obruimur; as pavor in l. 369. elided. See grammars, under
442. parietibus; pronounced paryettbus. Hiatus.
Cf. abiete, I. 16. 73. The last two vowels of Conubio are 492. ariete; as abiete, b. 16.
pronounced as one syllable. See 563. domus; as pavor in l. 369. grammars, under Synaeresis or 745. que at the end of the verse is elided, Synizesis.
as in 1, 332 120. The last two vowels of Ilionei as in 774. Steterunt shortens the second sylConubio, l. 73.
lable. See grammars, under sys131. dehinc is scanned by synaeresis as
tole. one syllable: d'hinc. 195. deinde; synaeresis of ci.
BOOK III 256. dehinc as in l. 131. 308. videt lengthens its final syllable 48. Steterunt; as in II, 774. under the ictus. See grammars,
74. matri and Neptuno do not elide
the final -i and , and the versc under Diastole,
is spondaic. 332. The final vowel of que at the end
91. The final vowel of the first-que is of the verse is elided before the initial vowel of the next. See
long under the ictus.
112 nemus; as videt in 1, 308. grammars, under Synaphcia. 405. The final vowel of dea is retained. 122. Idomenea; as Ilionea, I, 611. See grammars, under Hiatus.
136. Conubiis; trisyllable, as Conubio in 448. que is elided as in l. 332.
211. Insulae; the final diphthong of In478. pulvis; as videt in l. 308. 6x1. Ilionea lengthens the penultimate e,
sulae is unelided and is shortened.
See grammars, under Hiatus. See note on this line,
464. The final vowel of gravia is long 617. Dardanio does not elide the final o,
under the ictus. and the verse is spondaic. 651. peteret; as videt in l. 308.
504. Casus; as videt in I, 308. 668. The last syllable of iactetur as in 602. Scio is scanned as one syllable by
synaeresis. peteret, above. 698. The last two vowels of Aurea form 606. pereo does not elide the final o.
681. Constiterunt; as steterunt in 11,774 one syllable. 726. aureis; as Aurea in l. 698.
64. Pectoribus; as videt in I, 308. 16. abiete; a dactyl; ie forms one syl- 126. Conubio; as in 1. 73.
lable by synaeresis, and the first | 168. Conubiis ; as in III. 136.
IRREGULARITIES OF SCANSION
Line 558. que at the end elides -e by syna. 175. ariete; as in II. 492. pheia.
178. cedro does not elide the final -0. 629. The last -que as in l. 558.
186. The final vowel of the first que is 667. femineo does not elide the final -0. long under the ictus, as in III, 91. 686. Sēmianimem; four syllables, by sy- 190. Aurea; as in 1, 698. naeresis of -ia-: semyanimem. 226. Oceano does not elide the finale.
237. precantia; trisyllable by synaeresis BOOK V
249. Nionei; quadrisyllable by synaero261. flio retains and shortens the final -0.
sis of in. 284. datur; as videt in 1, 308.
253. conubio; as in I, 73. 337. Euryalus; as datur in l. 284.
262. deerit; dissyllable by synaeresis of 352 aureis ; dissyllable by, synaeresis of-ci-.
303. alveo; as in VI, 412. 472 que; see note on I, 332. 432. Genua; scanned as a dissyllable: 333. conubiis; as in 111, 136.
389. Euhoe ; dissyllable ; pronouncer: genva. See note on Il; 16.
nearly yu-hoy. 521. pater; as videt in I, 308.
398. canit; as videt in 1. 308. 589. Parietibus; as in II, 442
470. Synapheia, as in I, 332 663. abiete; as in II, 16.
532 Tyrrhei; dissyllable by synaeresis 735. colo does not elide the final -0.
of rin 753. que at the end as in I. 332.
609. aerei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 853. amittebat; as videt in 1, 308.
631. turrigerae does not elide the final BOOK VI
diphthong, and the verse is spon
daic. 33. omnia; dissyllable by synaeresis
769. Paeoniis ; trisyllable by synacresis of -ia.
of -ii-. 201. Graveolentis; pronounced by sy
naeresis in four. syllables: grau
98. procul; as videt in 1, 308. ci-.
194. Semihominis; as a quadrisyllable: 912. alves by synaeresis a dissyllable:
228. Synapheia as in 1, 332. 507. te retains and shortens the final 292 Eurystheo; trisyllable by synaere
sis of -40-. vowel, 602. Synapheia; as in 1, 332.
337. dehinc; dissyllable, 653. curruum; dissyllable by synaeresis 363. subiit; as videt in 1, 308. of -uw
372. aureo; as alveo in VI, 412. 678. dehinc; as in I, 131.
383. Nerei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 768. Numitor; as videt in I, 308.
553. aureis ; as in 1, 726. BOOK VII
599. abiete; as in II, 16.
33. alveo; as in VI, 412.
9. petit; as videt in 1, 308. The verse
IRREGULARITIES OF SCANSION
Linc 291. tui does not elide the final -;. 111. Oratis; as videt in 1, 308. 477. femineo; as in IV, 667.
262. Protei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 480. dehinc; as in I, 131.
i. 501. Ilionei; as in VII, 249.
265. Idomenei; four syllables by synae. 610. fatigamus; as in videt in I, 308.
resis of ci. 647. Dardanio; as in 1, 617.
323. amor; as videt in X, 872 050. Synapheia; as in I, 332.
383. Proinde; dissyllable by synaeresis 674. Abietibus; as parietibus in II, 442. of oi716. Typhoeo; trisyllable by synaeresis 469. pater; as videt in I. 308. of co-.
480. tanti does not elide the final
609. Synapheia; as in I, 332 BOOK X
635. Semianimes; as in IV, 686.
667. abiete; as in II, 16. 17. The interjection O is retained be- 890. Arietat; trisyllable by synaeresis
fore hominum. See grammars, of -ie. See note on abiete, 11, 16.
under Hiatus. 67. petiit; as videt in I, 308.
BOOK XII 116. aureo; as in VIII, 372 129. Menestheo; trisyllable by synaere 13. pater; as videt in 1, 308. sis of co-.
31. genero does not elide the final -0. 136. buxo does not elide the final -0. 68. ebur; as videt in 1, 308. 141. domo does not elide the final -6. 83. Orithyia; four syllables; -yi- form 156. duci does not elide the final -;.
ing a diphthong. 334. stetorunt; as in II.774.
84. anteirent; trisyllable by synaeresis 378. Deest; as one syllable by synaere
of ci-. sis of ees,
232 manus; as videt in I, 308. 383. dabat; as videt in 1, 308.
356. Semianimi; as in IV, 686. 394 caput; as videt in I, 308.
363. The final vowel of the first -que is 396. Semianimes; as in IV, 686.
long, as in III, 91. 404. See note on 396.
401. Paeonium loses the final -um by 433. sinit; as videt in 1, 308.
ecthlipsis, and is then connected 487. eadem; dissyllable (ya-dem) by sy with the following in by synaerenaeresis of ca-.
sis of i- i; thus: Pacon-yin. sanguis; as videt in I, 308. 422 dolor; as videt in 1, 308. 496. baltei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 535. Hyllo does not elide the final -o.
541. aerei; dissyllable by synaeresis of 720. profugus; as videt in I, 308.
ci. 764. Nerei; dissylable by synaeresis of 550. domitor; as videt in I. 308. -ei.
668. amor; as in X, 872 781. Synapheia; as in I, 332.
706. ariete; as in II, 492. 872. amor; as videt ia I, 308.
772. stabat; as videt in 1. 300. 895. Synapheia; as in I, 332.
821. conubiis; as in III, 136.
847. eodem; dissyllable (yo-den) by BOOK XI
synaeresis of co-.
883. erit; as videt in 1. 308. 31. Parrhasio does not elide the final v. 905. Genua; dissyllable (genva), as id 69. languentis; as videt in 1, 308.
nom., nominative, acc., accusative
freq., frequentative or fre- num., numeral. adj., adjective.
obs., obsolele. adv., adverb. gen., genitive.
P., participle, or participial C., common.
id. (idem), the same. adjective. cí. (confer), compare. impers., impersonal. pass., passive comp., comparative. inc., inceptive or inchoa- pl., plural. conj., conjunction.
prep., preposition. dat., dative, ind., indicative.
pron., pronoun. def, defective.
indec., indeclinable. rel., relative and related, dem., demonstrative. indef., indefinite.
rt., root. dep., deponent. inf., infinitive.
S., singular. dim., diminutive. intens., intensive.
(scilicet), supply or updissyll., dissyllable. interj., interjection.
derstand. distrib., distributive. interrog., interrogative. sqq., following. encl., enclitic. irreg., irregular.
subst., substantive, -ly. et al. (et alibi), and else- m., masculine.
sup., superlative. where ; i.e., not unfre-meton., metonymy. trisyll., trisyllable. quent. n., neuter.
(NOTE. — The parts of compound words are not indicated separately when they appear unmodified in the compound form, nor when prepositions in composition are modified only according to the general rules mentioned under the definitions of prepositions.
In verbs, only the principal parts are given which are understood to be in actual use; and generally one of the numerals, 1. 2. 3. 4. designates the conjugation, and therefore the form of the infinitive.
The numerals following definitions refer to passages in the text.)