Translation: from latin

a fire of straw and hay

  • 1 Palīlis or Parīlis

        Palīlis or Parīlis e, adj.    [Pales], of Pales: flamma, a fire of straw at the feast of Pales, O.: festa, O.— Plur n. as subst, the feast of Pales, shepherd festival (the 21st of April), C., O.

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  • 2 stipula

        stipula ae, f dim.    [STIPA-], a stalk, stem, blade, halm: viridis, V.: Stridenti stipulā disperdere carmen, a screeching reed-pipe, V.— Dried stalks, straw, stubble: stipulam conligere, T.: Ferret hiemps stipulas volantīs, V.: fabales, beanstalks, O.—Prov.: Flamma de stipulā, quickly extinguished fire, O.
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    stalk; stubble; straw; reed played on as a pipe

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  • 3 Palilis

    Pălīlis, e, adj. [Pales], of or belonging to Pales:

    flamma Palilis,

    a fire of straw and hay, over which the rustics leaped at the feast of Pales, Ov. F. 4, 798:

    festa Palilia,

    id. M. 14, 774; Tib. 2, 5, 87.—Also as subst.:
    II.
    Pălīlĭa, ĭum (euphon. collat. form Părīlĭa, Varr. R. R. 2, 1, 9; Col. 7, 3, 11; Plin. 19, 5, 24, § 69 et saep.; cf. Prob. ad Verg. G. 3 init.; Charis. p. 43 P.; Mar. Vict. p. 2470 P.), n., the feast of Pales, the shepherd festival, celebrated on the 21st of April, the anniversary of the foundation of Rome, Varr. L. L. 6, 3, 15; Cic. Div. 2, 47, 98; cf. also Ov. F. 4, 721; Tib. 2, 5, 89:

    Parilia,

    Prop. 5, 1, 19; 5, 4, 75; Pers. 1, 72; Serv. Verg. G. 3 init.; Fest. p. 236 Müll.—Hence, Părīlīcĭus, a, um, occurring at the time of the Parilia, Plin. 18, 26, 66, § 247.

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  • 4 Parilicius

    Pălīlis, e, adj. [Pales], of or belonging to Pales:

    flamma Palilis,

    a fire of straw and hay, over which the rustics leaped at the feast of Pales, Ov. F. 4, 798:

    festa Palilia,

    id. M. 14, 774; Tib. 2, 5, 87.—Also as subst.:
    II.
    Pălīlĭa, ĭum (euphon. collat. form Părīlĭa, Varr. R. R. 2, 1, 9; Col. 7, 3, 11; Plin. 19, 5, 24, § 69 et saep.; cf. Prob. ad Verg. G. 3 init.; Charis. p. 43 P.; Mar. Vict. p. 2470 P.), n., the feast of Pales, the shepherd festival, celebrated on the 21st of April, the anniversary of the foundation of Rome, Varr. L. L. 6, 3, 15; Cic. Div. 2, 47, 98; cf. also Ov. F. 4, 721; Tib. 2, 5, 89:

    Parilia,

    Prop. 5, 1, 19; 5, 4, 75; Pers. 1, 72; Serv. Verg. G. 3 init.; Fest. p. 236 Müll.—Hence, Părīlīcĭus, a, um, occurring at the time of the Parilia, Plin. 18, 26, 66, § 247.

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  • 5 stipula

    stĭpŭla, ae, f. dim. [stipes], a stalk, stem, blade, halm; of grain (syn. culmus):

    frumenta in viridi stipulā lactentia turgent,

    Verg. G. 1, 315; Plin. 14, 16, 19, § 101; 17, 27, 47, § 260; 18, 18, 47, § 169:

    e segete ad spicilegium stipulam relinquere,

    Varr. L. L. 7, § 109 Müll.—Of the stalks of grain left behind in reaping, straw, stubble, Varr. R. R. 1, 53; Ter. Ad. 5, 3, 62; Verg. G. 1, 321; Ov. Am. 1, 8, 90; id. F. 4, 781:

    in stipulā placidi carpebat munera somni,

    id. ib. 3, 185; cf. Dig. 50, 16, 30.—Of hay, Varr. R. R. 1, 49, 1.—Of a reed, Verg. E. 3, 27; Plin. 37, 10, 67, § 182.—Of bean-stalks, Ov. F. 4, 725. —Prov.:

    flammaque de stipulā nostra brevisque fuit,

    of a quickly extinguished fire, Ov. Tr. 5, 8, 20:

    postmodo de stipulā magnus acervus erit,

    id. Am. 1, 8, 90.

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  • 6 accendō, or ad - cendō

       accendō, or ad - cendō cendī, cēnsus, ere    [ad + * cando, act. of candeo], to kindle, set on fire, light: faces: ignem, V.: flamma ter accensa est, flashed up, O.: accensus ad sacrificium foculus, L.: focos, O.—Meton.: lumina (of the stars), V.: accensis cornibus, i. e. bundles of twigs attached to the horns, L.: aestūs, the noonday heat, V.—Fig., to kindle, inflame, fire, excite, arouse, stir, awaken, stimulate, provoke, encourage, exasperate, embitter: vim venti, L.: dictis virtutem, V.: alqm ad dominationem, S.: accendis, quā re cupiam magis illi proximus esse, you inflame my desire the more, H.: discordiam, L.: animos in hostem, V.: studia ad consulatum mandandum, S.: bonum ingenium contumeliā, S.: accensus laudis amore, O.: certamen, L.; (poet.): animos bello, to war, V.; (absol.): pariter accendit et ardet, O.

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  • 7 accēnsus

        accēnsus ī, m    [P. of accenseo], an attendant of a magistrate, apparitor, orderly, C., L.: Neroni: Gabinii.—Plur.
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    I
    accensa, accensum ADJ
    reckoned among; attached, attending
    II
    attendant/orderly; supernumerary soldier (usu. pl.)
    III
    lighting; kindling, setting on fire

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  • 8 accēnsus

        accēnsus    P. of accendo.
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    I
    accensa, accensum ADJ
    reckoned among; attached, attending
    II
    attendant/orderly; supernumerary soldier (usu. pl.)
    III
    lighting; kindling, setting on fire

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  • 9 aciēs

        aciēs ēī (old form ē; acc. aciem, disyl. V.; plur. only nom. and acc.), f    [2 AC-], a sharp edge, point, cutting part: securium: falcis, V.—Fig.: horum auctoritatis, the edge, i. e. efficiency. — Meton., of sight, sharpness of vision, keen look: aciem oculorum ferre, Cs.: fugere aciem: cum stupet acies fulgoribus, the sight, H. — Brilliancy, brightness: neque tum stellis acies obtunsa videtur, V. — Concr., the pupil of the eye: acies ipsa, quā cernimus.—Poet., the eye: huc geminas nunc flecte acies, V.: huc atque huc acies circumtulit, V.—In war, the front of an army, line of battle, battle-array: triplex, i. e. the legion in three ranks, Cs.: duplex, Cs.: mediā acie, Cs.: exercitūs nostri: aciem instruere, Cs.: extra aciem procurrere, Cs.: neque in acie, sed alio more bellum gerendum, S. — Of a line of ships: productā longius acie (navium), Cs.—The battle-array, an army in order of battle: hostium acies cernebatur, Cs.: unius corporis duae acies dimicantes, two divisions of an army: prima, the van, L.: tertia, Cs.: novissima the rear, L. — Of cavalry: equitum acies, L. — Poet.: Volcania, a line of fire, V.—A battle, engagement: in acie Pharsalicā: in acie vincere, Cs. —Fig., of mind, acuteness, sharpness, force, power: mentis: animi.—A verbal contest, disputation, discussion, debate: in aciem prodire.
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    sharpness, sharp edge, point; battle line/array; sight, glance; pupil of eye

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  • 10 ācriter

        ācriter adv. with comp. ācrius, and sup. ācerrimē    [2 ācer], sharply, fiercely: caedunt acerrime: maleficium vindicare.—Fig., of the sight, keenly: intueri.—Of the mind, keenly, sharply, accurately: intellegere: acrius vitia quam recta videre, has a keener eye for.—Of will, passion, action, zealously, eagerly, earnestly: agere: elatrare, H.: pugnare: acrius cupere, Cu.—Implying reproach, passionately, furiously, severely: inimicus: minari: exaestuat acrius ignis, the fire of passion, O.
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    acrius, acerrime ADV
    sharply, vigilantly, fiercely; severely, steadfastly; keenly, accurately

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  • 11 (ad-edō)

       (ad-edō) ēdī, ēsus, ere,    to eat away, gnaw at, consume: iecur, L.: favos, V.—Meton., of fire, to consume: flamma postibus haesit adesis, V.— Of water: lapides adesos, worn by water, H.— Fig.: adesa pecunia, used up: fortunae, Ta.

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  • 12 adoleō

        adoleō oluī, —, ēre    [2 OD-, OL-], to turn to vapor; hence, to burn in sacrifice: Verbenasque, V.: Iunoni iussos honores, the prescribed burntofferings, V.: altaria taedis, to fire up, V.: flammis Penatīs, to fill with sacred fires, V.—Poet., to destroy by fire: ut leves stipulae adolentur, O.
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    I
    adolere, -, - V INTRANS
    emit/give out a smell/odor
    II
    adolere, adolui, adolultus V TRANS
    worship, make/burn sacrifice/offerings; cremate; destroy/treat by fire/heat

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  • 13 ad-ūrō

        ad-ūrō ūssī, ūstus, ere,    to set on fire, kindle, scorch, parch, burn, singe: hoc, T.: panis adustus, scorched, H.: ossa flammis, H.: sine gemitu aduruntur, endure burning.—To nip, freeze, blast: ne frigus adurat, V.: Poma, O.—Of love, to burn, inflame: te Venus, H.

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  • 14 aedīlīcius

        aedīlīcius (not -tius), adj.    [aedilis], of an aedile: munus.—As subst, m., one who has been an aedile.
    * * *
    I
    aedilicia, aedilicium ADJ
    of an aedile (magistrate - police, fire, market); of aedile rank/ex-aedile
    II
    ex-aedile (magistrate - police, fire, market); one who has been an aedile

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  • 15 aedīlis

        aedīlis is, m    [aedes], a commissioner of buildings, aedile, magistrate for public works.
    * * *
    aedile - commissioner (magistrate) of police/fire/markets/games; sacristan

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  • 16 aestuō

        aestuō āvī, ātus, āre    [aestus], of fire, to rage, burn: Aestuat ignis, V. — To be warm, be hot, burn, glow: ager aestuat herbis, V.: erudire iuventutem algendo, aestuando: sub pondere, O.— Of the sea, to rise in waves, surge: Maura semper unda, H.: gurges, seethes, V.; cf. nebulā specus, i. e. smokes, V.—To undulate, swell, be tossed, heave: in ossibus umor, V.—Fig., of passion, to burn, be excited, be inflamed: aestuare illi, qui dederant pecuniam: quae cum aestuans agitaret, S.: in corde pudor, V.: rex in illā Aestuat, for her, O.— To waver, vacillate, hesitate, be in doubt: dubitatione: Aestuat et vitae disconvenit, H.
    * * *
    aestuare, aestuavi, aestuatus V INTRANS
    boil, seethe, foam; billow roll in waves; be agitated/hot; burn; waver

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  • 17 aestus

        aestus ūs, m    [AID-], an agitation, glow, heat, rage of fire: furit aestus ad auras, V.: quia oleam momorderit aestus, H.: labore et aestu languidi, S.: ad aestūs vitandos aedificare, Cs.: Aestibus mediis, in midday heat, V.: Caniculae, H.: sidereus, O.: ulceris aestus, fever: aegri aestu febrique iactantur.—Poet., summer: medio in aestu, O. — Of the sea, a heaving, swell, surge: fervet aestu pelagus; cf. exsultant aestu latices, boil up, V.: aequoris, breakers, V.: ingreditur ferventes aestibus undas, O. — The waves, billows, sea: delphines aestum secabant, V.: maritimos aestūs maximos in oceano efficere, tides: minuente aestu, at low tide, Cs.—Fig.: quantos aestūs habet ratio comitiorum, tides of passion: civilis belli aestus, H.: quasi aestus ingeni.—Irresolution, uncertainty, hesitation: qui tibi aestus, qui error: amor irarum fluctuat aestu, V.: aestūs graves, H.
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    agitation, passion, seething; raging, boiling; heat/fire; sea tide/spray/swell

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  • 18 aeternus

        aeternus adj.    [for * aeviternus], of an age, lasting, enduring, permanent, endless: inter nos gratia, T.: hostes, L.: sollicitudo, S.: vincula: audaciae monumentum: ignis, the vestal fire.—Of all time, everlasting, eternal, perpetual, immortal: deus: rerum Potestas, V.: mentes: supplicia: ignes, i. e. the heavenly bodies, V.: puer, Bacchus, O.: Te ex aeterno patientem mortis efficere, from immortal make mortal, O.: urbs, i. e. Rome, Tb. — Neut. as subst, perpetuity: urbs in aeternum condita, L. — Adverb.: aeternum salve, forever, V.: vivere, O.: latrans, perpetually, V.: servire, H.: aeterno, O.
    * * *
    aeterna -um, aeternior -or -us, aeternissimus -a -um ADJ
    eternal/everlasting/imperishable; perpetual, w/out start/end

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  • 19 āgna

        āgna ae, f    [agnus], a ewe lamb, H., V., O.
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    ewe lamb; ear of grain; straw/blade (L+S)

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  • 20 anhēlō

        anhēlō āvī, ātus, āre    [anhelus].— Intrans, to breathe with difficulty, gasp, pant, puff: confugere anhelantem domum, T.: anhelabat sub vomere taurus, O.—Meton., of fire, to roar, crash: fornacibus ignis anhelat, V.— Trans, to breathe out, exhale, breathe forth: anhelati ignes, O.: verba... anhelata gravius.—Fig., to breathe out, pant after: scelus: crudelitatem ex pectore, Her.
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    anhelare, anhelavi, anhelatus V
    pant, gasp; breathe/gasp out, belch forth, exhale; utter breathlessly

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