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LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY 329

timor

timor, -ōris, m. [cf. timeō, fear], fear, dread, alarm. Cf. metus
Tiryns, Tirynthis, f. Ti’ryns, an ancient town in southern Greece, where Hercules served Eurystheus
toga, -ae, f. [cf. tegō, cover], toga
tormentum, -ī, n. engine of war
totiēns, adv. so often, so many times
tōtus, -a, -um (gen. -īus, dat. ), adj. all, the whole, entire {§108)
trā-dō, -ere, -didī, -ditua [trāns, across, + , deliver], give up, hand over, surrender, betray
trā-dūcō, -ere, -dūxī, -ductus [trāns, across, + dūcō, lead], lead across
trahō, -ere, trāxī, trāictus, draw, pull, drag, multum trahere protract, prolong much
trā-iciō,-ere,-iēcī,-iectus [trāns, across, + iaciō, hurl], throw across; transfix
trā-nō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus [trāns, across, + , swim], swim across
trāns, prep, with acc. across, over (§340)
trāns-eō, -īre, -iī, -itus [trāns, across, + go], go across, cross (§413)
trāns-fīgō, -ere, -fīxī, -fīxus [trāns, through, + figō, drive], transfix
trānsitus, —— (acc. -um, abl. ), m. [cf. trānseō, cross over], passage across
trēs, tria, numeral adj. three (§479)
trīduum, trīduī, n. [trēs, three, + diēs, days], three days’ time, three days
'trīgintā, indecl. numeral adj. thirty
triplex, -icis, adj. threefold, triple
trīstis, -e, adj. sad; severe, terrible
trīstitia, -ae, f. [titetis, sad], sadness, sorrow
triumphō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus [triumphus, triumph], celebrate a triumph

ūsus

triamphus, -ī, m. triumphal procession, triumph, triumphum agere, celebrate a triumph
trucīdō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus, cut to pieces, slaughter. Cf. interficiō, necō, occidō
tū, tuī (plur. vōs), pars. pron. thou, you (§480)
tuba, -ae, f. trumpet
Tullia, -ae, f. Tullia, a Roman name
tum, adv. then, at that time
turris, -is, f. tower (§ 465.2)
tūtus, -a, -um, adj. safe
tuus, -a, -um, possessive adj. and pron. your, yours (§98)

U

ubi, rel. and interrog.adv. where, when
ubique, adv. everywhere
ūllus, -a, -um (gen. -īus, dat. -Ī, adj. any (§108)
ulterior,-ius,-ōris, adj. in comp. superl. ultimus, further, more remote (§315)
ultimus, -a, -um, adj. in superl. degree (see ulterior), farthest (§315)
umbra, -ae, f. shade
umerus, -ī, m, shoulder
umquam, adv. ever, at any time
ūnā, adv. [ūnus, one], in the same place, at the same time
ūndecimus, -a, -um, numeral adj. [ūnus, one, + decimus, tenth], eleventh
undique, adv. from every quarter, on all sides, everywhere
ūnus, -ā, -um (gen. -īus, dat. -ī), numeral adj. one; alone (§108)
urbs, -is, f. city (§465.a)
urgeō, -ēre, uraī, ——, press upon, crowd, hem in
ūrus, -ī, m. wild ox, urus
ūsgue, adv. all the way, even
ūsus, -ūs, m. use, advantage