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sustulit i 121; (= arripio) unde mentem
sustulimus II 18; viros excellentes in

caelum II 62, filium in currum III 76.
Tolossanum aurum III 74.
tonsillae II 135.
torpedines torpore se tutantur II 127.
tortuosa et multiplex alvus est II 136, ex tor-

tuosis locis soni referuntur (?) II 144.
tot (substantival use) non tam multa I

88.
totus. See Ablative.
trabes sing. 111 75 (quotation).
tracta ratio a physicis rebus ad deos II 70.
tracto. Epicurus res occultas sic tractat ut

manu i 49.
trado repagula (quotation) 111 66.
traduco, omnia ad similitudinem imbecilli-

tatis humanae II 70.
tragicus. ut tragici poetae confugitis ad

deum I 53.
tranat omnia genus hoc igneum 11 25.
transcribo tabulas III 74.
transitiones perviae jani ii 67; imagines

similitudine et transitione perceptae I

49.
Translation (of one Greek by several Latin

words) see n. on perceptum I l; cf.

quasi, quidam.
transmittunt grues maria II 125.
Transubstantiation III 41.
traversa mente (quotation) III 66.
trianguli forma, basis II 125.
tribuo 'ascribe' (as effect) III 24, (as qua-

lity) 11 39; 'show towards' baec (sancti.
tas religio) tribuenda numini ita sunt, si
est aliquid a dis hominum generi tribu-

tum i 3.
tributio aequabilis (=icovouia) 1 50.

tris. a cae 120.75; nt II 122. inhaeren-

tributio des III 58. septem. hy Hercules

natura 11 83, tribus rebus animantium

vita II 134, cf. contineo.
Tense (see Sequence).
tenuis aer 11 42, ardor 11 117; tenuissimus

aether II 42.
tennitate et calore caeli temperatus aer II

117.
tepefacio II 40; tepefactus II 26.
tepesco II 26.
Terentius. quotation fr. Eunuchus II 60, III

72; Phormio III 73.
tereti cervice II 107.
terminavit regiones lituo II 9; stomachus

palato terminatur II 135, lingua vocem

terminat II 149.
tero. et calore et terendo cibo et praeterea

spiritu omnia cocta II 136; tritum est pro

Latino illud nomen ii 91.
terra. terrae motus II 13, hiatus II 14.

pl. I 22, 100, II 13, 17, 56, 66, 77, magna
vis terrae cavernis contineatur caloris...
calorem insitum in terris contineat II
25, terras... umbra terrae II 49, deus

pertinens per terras Ceres II 71, III 52
terrena soliditas viscerum II 18, natura II 25,

vis II 66; terreni umores II 43, terreno-
rum commodorum est in homine domina-
tus II 152, bestiarum terrenae sunt aliae
partim aquatiles I 103, perturbationes
caelestes et maritimae et terrenae III 16,
maritimae nuptiae terrenis anteponun.

tur III 45.
terrestris. a caelestibus rebus ad terrestres

veniamus II 120.75: cibum terrestrem

rostris facile contingunt II 122.
testa. beluae ad saxa nativis testis inhaeren-

tes II 100.
testamenta in procinctu II 9, testamentorum

quaestiones III 74.
testudo fluviatilis 11 124, 129; (the shell) in

fidibus testudine resonatur II 144.
texo. tegumenta texta II 150.
Thales I 25, vol. I p. x.
Thaumas III 51.
theatrum. exeamus e theatro III 74.
Thelxinoe III 54.
O eoyovia I 36 Add.
Theodorus of Cyrene i

117.
theologi 11 53, 54.
Theology, Natural (Arg. from Design) illus-

trated by a ship, an army, a plant, an
animal II 85, by painting, statuary, a
clock II 87, 97, the orrery of Posidonius
or Archimedes ib., the Argo II 89, the
poetry of Ennius II 93. (See under

God.)
Theophrastus I 35.
Theseus III 45, 76.
Theuth (P) III 56.
Thyestes III 68.
Thyone III 58.
Tiberinus III 52.
tibiarum cantibus II 149.
tibicinii scientia II 22.
Tides II 19 n., III 24 nn.
Timaeus of Plato I 18, 30.
Time X Eternity I 21.
Timocrates I 93.
Tiresias 11 7.
Titan (the sun) II 112. Titani 11 70.
titillatio (=yapyadio uós) 1 113.
Tmesis of qualiscumque II 76.
Tmolus (Eviolus MSS) III 53.
togatus (a Roman) i 58.
tollo X relinquo deos I 85; pietate sublata

justitia tollatur I 4, Metellum veneno u
81; (with Dat.) Epicurus dis gratiam

102.

triones II 105, see Septem.
tripos (carried from Delphi by Hercules) 111

42.
tristitia quadam sol contrahit terram II
Triton 1 78, II 89.
Tritopatreus III 52.
tritu lapidum elici ignem videmus II 25.
Trophonius III 49, 56.
truculenta tueri (adverbial) 11 110.
truncus 'a block' 1 84.
Tubulus I 63, III 74.
turbines globosos (quotation) 11 89, III 51.
turbulentos errores II 70.
turpissima bestia simia (quotation) 1 97.
Tusci et barbari ii 11.
tutelae judicium III 74.
Tyndaridae III 11.
Typanidis (?) III 84.

uberius disputantur et fusins II 20, uberius

id dicere i 59; uberrimi laetissimique

fructus II 156.
ubertas mammarum II 128, pomorum II 158;

ubertates virtutis II 168.
ubi nitatur 'on whom to lean' II 125.
ubicumque erit gentium I 121.
VELY II 111.
ulcus trop. I 104.
Ulixes II 166.
ultimus. ab ultimo repetam superiorum I

25, nullam oram ultimi i 54; (perfec-
tion') videmus naturam suo quodam

itinere ad ultimum pervenire II 35.
altro citro commeantes II 84.
umbra terrae soli officiens noctem efficitur

49, 103.
umerorum vires (of oxen) 11 159.

umoribus Oceani (sol alitur) II 40, sidera

umoribus longo intervallo extenuatis
aluntur II 43; nec iis escis vescuntur ut
nimis concretos umores colligant II 59,
umores qui renibus profunduntur II
137, nares umorem semper habent II

145.
umquamne i 96 (!).
unde haec nata sunt III 48, haec unde fluxe-

runt III 47, manant III 49.
unguentorum compositiones II 146.
unguium tenacitate arripiunt II 122.
ungulae vestigium III 11.
universa natura I 39, II 35, quae species uni.

versi (maris) II 100.
Universality of belief. See God.
Universe (Stoic view) one great organism all

the parts of which are in sympathy with
each other II 19, 82-86, 100, 101, 119, III
28, 92; its intelligence í 23, II 18, 21, 22,
30—39, 47; perfection II 46, 86, 87, and
divinity I 37 Add., II 19-47; the com-
mon city of gods and men II 133, 154,
cf, II 15, 17; its eternity disputed by

Academics III 29 foll. See God.
universitas omnia continens I 39 (?), rerum

I 20, universitatem generis humani con-

trahere II 164.
unus (with superl.) I 4, ad unum omnium

consensio I 44, in te convenit unum lima-

tum (?) II 74 Add.
Upis III 58.
urbanitas nostrorum hominum II 74.
uredo III 86.
urget pedibus oculos Nepai 11 109.
usitatas perceptasque cognitiones I 36.
usque eo premere capita dum illae captum

amitterent II 124.
usu saepe venit mihi i 59, perceptum usu

nomen ii 91.
ut 'supposing that'11 85; 'to imagine that'

ut ego illis supplicarem III 65; ut sint
(wrong for ws eigiv) I 63; after retinen-
dum est i 94, proximum II 73, 8equi.
tur II 80, (after Demonstrative) I 44,
55, 75, 95; (with Dem. understood) 1 24.
(Repeated after parenthesis) tantas ut
nemo agnosceret, cum autem ... tum ut
viderentur II 96, cf. III 67. (Depending
on thought understood) ut hic ne ignoret
quae res agatur, de natura agebamus
deorum 117, ut intellegamus nihil horum
esse fortuitum... data est multitudo II
128. ut si (beginning a sentence) 'as,
if' ut si quis dicat desit illud, sic II 74
Add.; for instance if' I 88, II 86 Add.,
III 78; 'as though' 111 76. ut--sic (com-

paring opposites) 11 58 n.
uterus II 128.
utilitatum provida natura II 58, utilitatum

magnitudine constituti sunt ei di qui

utilitates quasque gignebant II 62.
utiliter latent II 143.
ntinam quidem (elliptic) II 78.
utor liberalitate tecum 1 67, crasso caelo II

42, et fruor I 103.
utrobique (both in gods and men) II 79.
utrum ea fortuitane sint an II 87.
utrumvis ut sit II 85.

vaga sententia il 2, stellae quas vagas dici.

mus II 103.
valeat goodbye to him'i 124 Add.; eo vale-

battended in this direction' III 5. ad

cogitationem i 105.
Valens (Gr. 'loxus) III 56.
vallum pilorum ii 143.
valvae X janua II 67 n.
vanitas X veritas II 55.
Variety of belief a favorite sceptical argu-

ment i 1, 5.
varium est quales sint 'opinions differ' II

13.
Varius III 81.
vastitas Libyae the desert' i 101 ; 'devasta-

tion' II 14.
vasto. terram stirpium asperitate vastari II

99.
vastus 'clumsy' 1 98.
vates I 55.
vaticinatio II 10, 163.
Vatinius II 6, III 11.
vectiones quadrupedum efficimus domitu

nostro II 151.
vectis i 19.
vector passenger' III 89.
Vegetarianism II 43 n. Add., of the Golden

Age II 159, of Pythagoras III 88.
vehiculum novum (of the Argo) II 89.
Vejovis III 62.
vel. subjecta est ei vel necessitati vel natu.

rae qua terrae regantur 11 77.
Velleius í 15, 58, p. xli.
velut (beginning a sentence) for instance I

2, 69, 101, II 73; veluti crocodili aqua

persequuntur II 124.
venae et arteriae micare non desinunt II 24.

venis et nervis et ossibus continentur II
59, a corde in totum corpus distribuitur
per venas II 137, 138; vena cava ib. ;
(trop.) auri argentique venas II 98,

151.
venator naturae physicus I 83.
vendo. quae ex empto aut vendito contra

fidem fiunt III 74.
venena 'poisoning' 111 74 (?).
venenata carne 1 126, sagittis (?) ib.
venerationem habet quicquid excellit I 45.
venia bona me audies I 59 Add.
venio. quodcumque in solum venit, ut dici.

tur 1 65; ad quem dolor veniat ad eundem
interitum venire III 36, quo omnes duce

natura venimus I 4 (?).
venor. ferae confixae venantis sagittis (ve-

nenatis Mss) 11 126.
Venus 11 60, 61, (etym.) 11 69, III 62; four of

the name III 59.
venustas II 69, 145.
ventre metiri omnia I 113.
ventriculum cordis II 138.
verbum amoris i 122 Add.
vereor quid agat Ino III 48.
Vergiliae. (See II elades II 112.)
vergo in medium II 116.
veritas opposed to species II 9, to vanitas II

56; Jovem esse sempiternam rerum fu-
turarum veritatem i 40, 55; non opinione

sed ad veritatem i 61.
vero. emphatic (with Pron.) mihi 1 17, III 65,

ille I 86, II 27, III 28, illum II 4, ego III 4.
5, 95; repetam vero I 17, neque i 18, at II

vacans corpore (=dowójatov) 1 25 Add.
vacatio munerum i 53, vacatione donatus est

II 6.
vacillat et claudicat tota res i 107.
vaferrimus interpres Stoicorum somniorum I

39, homo minime vafer Epicurus I 85.

10, minime II 3.
versantur haec in errore III 25, in incon.

stantia opiniones I 43; 'revolves' II

111.
versat huc et illuc cogitatione rationem 111

68.

quibus nominantur I 84, cupidinis et
voluptatis vocabula consecrata sunt

II 61.
vocito ii 105, 111.
volatus pl. 11 101, 129.
volo. (pleonastic) dies deficiat si velim nu.

merare III 81; (with passive Inf.) con-
firmari volo II 23 Add; ( hold') ita
vultis nihil esse animale praeter ignem
III 36, 64, 93; (potential use) velis III 1,
vellem 1 91, III 9; velim nolim i 17; qui

volt esse quod volt (quotation) III 66.
volubilis et rotundus deus I 18, II 46.
volubilitas mundi II 49.
volucres angues I 101.
volumen caeleste Epicuri de regula I 43.
voluntarius motus astrorum II 44, natura

mundi omnes motus habet voluntarios

II 58, cf. II 54 n.
voluptas (personified) II 61.
vomicam aperire III 70.
vomitione canes se curant II 126.
voro X carpo and mando II 122.
vota suscipere III 93.
Votive tablets III 89.
vox. vocis genera 11 146, culpae paene

vocem audire III 91.
Vulcaniae insulae III 55.
Vulcanus I 81, 83 (statue by Alcamenes), 84;

non idem in Italia, Africa, Hispania, III

54, 55, 59, 62.
vulnus rei publicae II 8.
vulpecula I 88.

vertex caeli 11 106, duplici de cardine vertex

II 105.
verto. reliqua se in sanguinem vertunt II

137; anno vertente il 53.
verum (resumptive after parenthesis) 1 95.
vescor potionibus II 59.
Vesta II 67, simulacrum Vestae II 80.
vestigium nullum cursus inflectat II 49; Ze-

nonis vestigiis concludere III 23.
vestitus 8. riparum viridissimos II 98, densis-

simos montium II 161.
vestivit Capricornum lumine Titan II 112,

oculos membranis natura II 142, vestita

floribus terra II 98.
vetustati mandare II 151, nihil umquam

vetustas mentita est II 15.
vexavit Epicurus Aristotelem I 73, 93; locus

a vestris vexatus II 73.
via progrediens 'methodically'11 57, 81.
vicinitatem oris secutae sunt nares II 141.
Victoria II 61, III 61, 88.
Victoriolae aureae III 84.
videlicet (ironical) I 22, 69; (-videre licet)

quid efficiatur (?) 11 147.
video I see your point' 1 90 Add., cf. II 48;

dedicatas videmus proxime II 61; viderit
'it is his look-out' i 17, tu videris III 9
nn.: videor (before Inf. without mihi)

audisse i 58, dixisse II 117, videre i 106.
viget aether II 42.
villis vestitae animantes II 121.
Vincla (constellation) 11 114.
vinctum juvencum II 159.
vindicati in libertatem i 55.
vindices facinorum Furiae III 46.
vineae regiones terminare II 9.
vinetum II 167, III 86.
vinum aegrotis prodest raro III 69.
violentissimae res II 152.
Virgo (constellation) ir 110.
viri vocantur II 9.
Virtue divine and human, identical in kind

1 96, II 39, 79, but differing in degree II
33 n.; human virtue derived from God
11 79, 165, 167. Academic denial: virtue
cannot be ascribed to God III 38, it is
man's own achievement and the proper

subject of praise III 86, 87.
virtus (personified) II 61, III 61, 88.
vis (quantity') infinita innumerabilium ato-

morum i 54 Add., ibes maximam vim
serpentium conficiunt I 101, infinitam
vim marmoris II 98, magnam vim semi-
num Indus deportat 11 130; vim obtinere
(=évepyeiv) i 36; vim esse ignem III 35.
(Periphrastic) fugere intellegentiae nos-
trae vim et notionem I 27, vis et natura
deorum i 122, numen et vis II 95, Scorpios
posteriore vi corporis (with his tail) II

113.
viscera 'flesh' terrenam ipsam viscerum

soliditatem II 18, 159.
viscus birdlime' in sordibus aurium tam-

quam in visco inhaerescere II 144.
visio (process) eam esse dei visionem ut

transitione cernatur i 105; (result) flu-

entium transitio fit visionum I 109.
visus X visum I 12; humano visu (!) I 85.
viticula III 86.
vitio captum tabernaculum, creatos consules

II 11.
vituperator X objurgator I 6.
vocabulum. his vocabulis esse deos facimus

Worlds innumerable acc. to Epicurus I 53,

67, 96, II 94.
Xenocrates I 34, 72.
Xenophanes I 28 Add., p. xiii.
Xenophon i 31, (his Memorabilia cited) II

18, III 27, cf. II 140, 141, 143.
Xerxes i 115.

Zagreus n. on Tritopatreus III 53.
Zeno of Citium I 36, 57, 63, 70, II 20, 57, 63,

III 18, 22, 63, 77; vol. I p. xxix foll.
the Eleatic III 82.

the Epicurean i 59, p. xlv, xlvi, li, lii.
Zoology. Differences in the coverings of ani-

mals, feathers, scales, prickles, fur; in
their movements, walking, creeping,
flying, swimming; in their way of seizing
and eating their food, sucking, tearing,
chewing, swallowing; adaptations to
facilitate the getting of food. trunk of
elephant, &c.; mode of catching prey,
remarkable provision in case of spider,
pinna, fishing frog ; some animals make
others their purveyors ; instincts of
aquatic birds and reptiles; mutual anti-
pathies of certain species. Migration of
cranes. Medicinal remedies first used
by animals. Weapons : horns, tusks,
&c., ink of the sepia, electric shock of
torpedo, offensive odour of bonasus II
121-127. Propagation of species, sexual
desire, development of embryo, provi-
sion for the young, 11 128, 129. See

animal.
Zeugma. nec vero supra terram sed in inti.

mis ejus tenebris latet utilitas 11 162,
quae libido, quae avaritia, quod facinus
suscipitur 111 71.

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