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Yfcr, offe. Besides j, still j hitkerto., .



YEW (yu), n. An evergreen tree.
YIELD (yeld), V. a. To produce ; to

give ; to affoid ; to allow ; to concede.
YlE.LDy«,7», Te>giveup; to submit,
YIELD, 71. Ketnrn for culture ; produce,
yield'er (yeld'er),^;?. One who yields,
yi^eld'inGjJ). a. Complying: flexible,,
Y€>KE'.,,7i, A Mndaige for tise neck; a

jihain ; a 6<wid i — a couple ; a* psiT,
yoke, v. a. To bind by a yoke; to

join by a hook: — to confine. [mate.
yoke'-fel-low, 71. A companion ; a
yolk'mate, 7). Same as yoke-fellow.
YOLK (yok), 71. The yellow part of au

egg ; yelk. See Yelk,
TON, «, &- ad'. At a distance' ; yonder.
Yon'der, a. BeiBg at a distance, but

within view. [in view,

Yon'der, ad. At a distance, but with-
YORE, ad. Of old time ; long ago.
YoO {yu.% personal pron. Plural of fAow,
YOUNG (yung), a. Not old ; youthful,
toOng,, 71. The offspring of animals,
soinsG'JSH, a.. S&mewteat jomig..
young'ling, 71. A young animal',
young'ster, 71. A young person ; a

youth ; a boy.
YotR, pron. or a. Belonging to you.
YOUR-self', pron. You ; even you.
YOtfTH (yuth.),7i. The early part of life t

— a young man ; young persons..
YOiJTH'FUL (yath'ful), a. Young ; freshv.
YOiJTH'Ft)L-LY,o6?. In syMithful man-
ner, [youthful ; juvenility,
yo^th'fOl-nEss, 71. State of being
Yuc'CA, 71. Aa American tree, and its;

fruiu



z.



ZXf^re CzaFfur), n. An impure pro-
toxide of cobalt.

za'ny, n. A merry-andrew; a lHiffi)on',

Z AX,. 71.. A 1x^ fii* cutting sfetes.

ZEAL, 71. Passionate ardor; fervency,

ZEAL'qt (zel'ut), n. One full of zeal.

zeal'ous (zel'lus), a. Full of zeal ; ar-
dent ; passionate in any cause.

z£al'ous-LY, ad. In a zealous manner.

ZE 'kra,. ku hm aaiiraali lik^e csn ass.

z£d'o-A-ry, n. A spicy plant or root-.

ze'nith, 71. The point directly over-
head, opposite to the nadir.

ZEPH'yr (zef'ir), 71. The west wind :—
any mild, soft wind.



Ze'ro, n. The- point from which a ther^
moroetrer is graduated ; the cipher [0],
ZEST, 71. Something added for a relish ?
a relish; gusto; [relish,

ZEST, V. a. To heighten by additionaE
ZIG'ZAG, TT, A line with sharp turns,
ZIG'zag, a. Having short turns.
ZlG'zlG^ V. ffl.To form with quick turns,
zinc, n. A bluish- white metal.
2INCK'"y, a. Eelating to, w like, zinc,
Zo^T)f-ACf n. An inrafinary belt in the'
heavens, w^hieh contains the twelve
signs, and the sun's apparent path.
20-Di'A-CAL, ffi, Kelatiiig to the zo-
diac.



AEiau Y, long- ; MlotJIZ^, short ; AE lOU Y, oftscwre.— rABE ,F AR,f1si ,f1li* infelRj.



ZONE



313



ZYMOLOGY



ZONE, n. A giidle ; a belt : — a division
of the earth's surface by parallel lines.

zone'less, a. Having no zone.

zq-og'ra-pher, n. One versed in zo-
ography. [ography.

zo-o-graph'i-cal, a. Relating to zo-

Zp-oG'RA-PHYj n. Natural history of
animals. [ogy*

ZO-p-LO^'l-CAL, a. Relating to zool-

ZO-OLi'o-^^lST, n. One versed in zo-
ology.

zp-OL'Q-c^Y, n. The science of animals.



zp-ON'O-MY, n. Animal physiology.

zo'p-PHYTE, n. A body or substance
supposed to partake of the nature both
of vegetables and animals.

zo-p-PH? t'ic, a. Relating to zoophytes.

zp-OT'p-MlST, n. One versed in zoot-
omy.

zp-OT'p-MY, n. That branch of anat-
omy which relates to the structure of
the lower animals.

ZY-MOE'p-^Y, n. The doctrine of, or
a treatise on, fermentation.



HERiMiEN,siRiD6,NOR,SONjBt)LL,BiJR,RtLE. (^, (}, soft; /d^G, hard; § as z; ^ as gz.



PRONUNCIATION

OF

GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



RULES OF PRONUNCIATION.



Rule 1. — The consonants c, s, and t,
immediately preceded by the accent, and
standing before i, followed by another
vowel, commonly have the sound of sh ;
as in Pho'cion (fo'she-on), Ac'cius (ak'-
she-us), M'sium (al'she-um), Helve'tii
(hel-ve'she-I). — C, following an accent-
ed syllable, has also the same sound be-
fore eu and yo, as in Cadu'ceus (ka-du'-
she-us), Si"cyon (sish'e-Sn).

Rule 2. — In some proper names, t
preserves its true sound ; as, Aetion, Am-
phictyon, Androtion, Eurytion, Oration,
Harpocration, Hippotion, Tphition, Metion,
Ornytion, Pallantion, Philistion, Polytion,
Sotion, Stration, and a few others ; but
HephcBstion and Theodotion are Angli-
cized, the last syllable being pronounced
like the last syllable in question, commo-
tion. In the words ^sion, Dionysion,
and lasion, the s takes the sound of z, but
not of zh.

Rule 3. — In words ending in eia, m,
eium, and eius, with the accent on the e,
the i following the accent is to be under-
stood as articulating the following vowel
like y consonant j as, Elege'ia (el-e-jg'-



ya), Pompe'ii (pom-pe'yi), Pompe'ium
(pom-pe'yum), Pompe'ius (pom-pe'yus).
The same rule also applies to words end-
ing in ia, preceded by a or o having the
accent upon it, as Acha'ia (3i-k.3L'y8i), La~
to'ia (la-to'ya), and likewise to words
having the accent on a vowel, followed
by ia, though they may not end the word,
as Ple'iades (ple'ya-dez).

Rule 4. — The diphthongs cb and <b,
ending a syllable with the accent on it,
are pronounced like long e, as in Ces'sar
(se'zar) ; but when followed by a con-
sonant in the same syllable, like short c,
as in Dmd'alus (ded'a-lus).

Rule 5. — In Greek and Latin words
which begin with uncombinable conso-
nants, the first letter is silent ; thus, C
in Cneus and Ctesiphon, M in Mneus, P
in Psyche and Ptolemy, Ph in Phthia,
and T in Tmolus, are not sounded.

Rule 6. — The termination eus in
most Greek proper names corresponds to
£vs, and is then to be pronounced in one
syllable ; as, ^'geiis, Or'pheus, used as
nouns ; but JE-ge'ns, Or-phe'us, as ad-
jectives.



The figures annexed to the words refer to the preceding Six Rules of Pronuncia-
tion. Thus the figure 1, annexed to Abantias, refers to Rule 1, which shows
that the word is pronounced A-bdn'she-as.

The words in Italics are the preceding words Anglicized. Thus the Latin word
Adrianus is changed, in English, into Adrian.



A'ba, and A'bae

Ab'a-a

Ab'^-ba

Ab-a-ce'ne

Ab'Ei-g?t

A-bag'^-rus

Ab'si-lSi



Ab-an-ti'a-de§
A-ban'ti-as 1
A-ban'tj-das
Ab-ar-ba're-a
Ab'a-ri
A-bar'i-mon
Ab-§i-ri'mon



Ab'a-ris
Ab'a-rus

A-ba'riis
Ab'a-sa

A-ba'sa
Ab-a-si'tis
Ab-as-se'na



Ab'a-tos
Ab-da-16n'i-

mus, or
Ab-da-lon'y-

mus
Ab-de'ra
Ab-de'ri-^



Ab-de-ri'te§

Ab-de'rus

Ab-do-lon'i-

mus
A-be-a't£e
Ab-el-la'nl
Ab-el-li'num
C3i5)



316



GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



A-be'lua

A'bcl

Ab'e-lux

A-bgr'cj-us 1

Ab'ga-rus

A'bi-|

A-bi-a'nus

A'bi-i

Ab-i-le'ne

A-bis'a-re?

Ab-i-son'te§

A-bT-ti-a'nus 1

A-bla'bi-us

A-bla'vi-iis

A-ble'rus

A-ble'te§

Ab'no-ba

Ab-o-bri'c?i

A-bo'bus

Ab-o-di'ai-cum

A-boec'ri-tus 4

Ab-o-la'ni

Ab'9-lus

A-bon-i-tei'-

chos
Ab-o^ra'c?
jA.-b6'ras
Ab'o-tTs
Ab-ra-da'tas

A-bvad'a-tas
Ab-ra-da'te§
A-bra'ha-mus
A-bren'ti-us 1
Ab-ret-te'ne
A-broc'o-mas
A-brs'ni-us
A-bron'y-chus
A-bro'ta
A-brot'o-num
A-bru'po-lis
A-bryp'o-lis
Ab'sa-rfis, or

Ab-sa'rus
Ab-se'us
Ab-sim'a-rus
Ab-sin'thi-I
Ab'so-rus
Ab-syr'ti-des
Ab'u-la ■
Ab-u-li'te§
Ab-un-dan'ti-

us 1
A-bu'ri-us
Ab-u-se'na, or

Ab-u-si'na
Ab-y-de'nus
A-by'dl
A-by'dos
Ab'y-la
Ab'y-lon
Ab-ys-si'ni



Ac-a-CaI'lis
Ac-a-ce'§i-um 1
Ac-a-ce'^i-us 1
Ac-?-ce't5§
A-ca'ci-uS 1
Ac'a-cus
Ac-a-de-mi'a

Ac-a-de'mi-Ji
Ac-a-de'raus
Ac-a-de'ra
Ac-ri-di'ra
Ac-a-Ian'drus
Ac'a-le
Ac-a-mar'gliis
Ac'a-mas
A-caii'thj-ne
Ac'a-r^
A-ca'ri-51
Ac-ar-na'ne^
Ac-ar-na'nj-a
Ac-$i-than'tus
Ac'a-ton
Ac'ba-rus
Ac'ci-a 1
Ac'ci-la
Ac'ci-on 1
Ac'ci-us 1
Ac'cu-a
A<j-e-di'ci
A^'e-l?
A^'e-lum
A-ceph'a-li
A-cer'a-tiis
Ac-e-ri'ngi
A^-er-ro'nj-a
A<j-er-sec'o-

A^-e-sam'e-

nfis
A^'e-sas
A-ce'fi-§i 1
Ac-e-sl'nus
A-ce'si-us 1
A-ces?te§
A-ces'ti-um 1
A-ces-to-do'-

rus
A^-es-tor'i-def
A-ce'tef
Ach-a-by'tos
A-chae'i-um
A-chEem'e-ne§
Ach-se-me'ni-ai
Ach-oB-men'j-

de§
A-choe'us
A-cha'i-a 3
A-cha'i-cus
A-cha'is
Agti'^i-ie
A£h'st-rsi



A-char'a-ca

AcTi -a-ren'sef

A-clia'tes

Acti-e-lo'i-de^

Ach-e-lo'is

Ach-e-l6'ri-um

Ach-e-lo'us

A-che'lus

Acli-e-men'i-

def
A-ghe'ras
A-cher'dus
AcTi-e-ri'nl
Ach'e-ron
Acli-e-ron'ti-al
A'^ber'ras
Acli'e-run§
Ach-e-ru'fi-^ 1
Ach-e-ru'sjs
A-che'tus
A-chi'lsis
A-chil'ias
Agti-il-le'a
A-ghil-lei-en'-

sef
Ach-il-le'is
A'^ghil'le^
Ach-il-le'um
A-chil'leus
' ^{n.)6
Ach-il-le'us

Agh-il-li'de^

A-chi'vi

Ach'o-l^i

Agh-o-la'i

A-gho'li-iis

A-£hol'o-e

Ach-o-lo'e
A-cfio'reus 6
A-cho'rus
Ach-ra-di'na
Ach'ra-dus
A^-i-cho'ri-us
A^-i-Sa'li-ai
A^-j-da'sat
A(j-i-di'nus
A cl'lfi, W.

Ac'i-Ia, S.
A-cil'i-a
A-cIl-i-a'nus
A^-i-lTg'e-na
A-cil'i-us

Ac-in-dy'nus
A-cin'dy-
niis
A^-i-ni'po
A^'i-rls
A'ci-um 1
Ac-me'n€a



Ac-rao'ni-a
Ac-mon'i-de§
Ac-ce-me'tae
A^-CB-non-o-e^-

tus
Ac-o-iy'tl
Ac-o-min'a-t59
Ac'o-nae
A-con'tefis 6
A-con'ti-us 1
Ac-on-tob'o-li
/^-cbn-t9 bu'lus
Ac'o-rus
Ac-ra-di'n?
A-crse'pheus 6
A-craeph'ni-fi 4
Ac-ra-gal-li'dae
Ac'ra-gas
Ac-ra-toph'o-

rfis
Ac-ra-top'o-tef
A-cra'tus
A'cri-se
A'crj-as
Ac-ri-doph'a-^i
A-cri'on
A-cri''se-us 1
A-cris-i-6'ne
A-crls-i-o-ne'is
A-cris-i-o-nl'a-

de^
A-cri"si-us 1
A-cri'tas
A-cr6'a-thon
Ac-ro-ce-rSiu'-

ni-a
Ac-ro-ce-re'te§
Ac-ro-co-rin'-

thus
A-cro'mfi
Ac-ro-pa'tos

A-crop'a-tos
A-cr6p'o-lis
A-crop-o-lis'tis
A-crop-o-li'ta
Ac-ro-re'^
Ac'ro-t?
A-crot'a-tus
Ac-ro-te-leu'ti-

um 1
Ac-ro-tho'on
Ac-toe'on
Ac'ti-a 1
Ac-ti'a-cus
Ac-tis'a-ne^

Ac-ti-sa'ne§
Ac'ti-um 1
Ac-tor'i-de§
Ac-to'ri-on
Ac'to-rls
j^c-to'rj-us



Ac-tu-a'ri-usf

A-cu'le-5

A-cu'me-nus

A-cu-si-la'us

A-cu'ti-cus

A-cu'ti-us 1

A-cy'riis

Ac'y-tus

Ad'a-da

Ad-a-man'ti-

us 1
Ad'a-mas
A-da'mus
Ad'a-na
Ad'a-tha
Ad-de-pha'gi 51
Ad'dii-a
A-dei'phi-us
A-de'mon
A-deph'a-gus
Ad-gan-des'tri-

us
A-di-a-be'ne
A-di-at'o-rix
Ad-i-man'tus
Ad-i-me'te
Ad-me'taj or

Ad-me'te
A-do'ni-a
A-do'neus 6

A-do'ne-us

■ in.) '
Ad-o-ne'us (a.)
A-don'i-cus
A-do'nis
Ad'ra-a
Ad-rst-mi't8B
Ad-ra-myt't}-

um
A-dra'nJi

Ad'ra-na
A-dra'ne
A-dra'nus
Ad-ras-te'9, or

Ad-ras-ti'a
Ad-ras-ti'ne
A-dre'ne
A-dn-a'nus
A'di'i-qn
A-dri-at'i-cum
Ad-iy-me't'im
Ad-u-at'j-ca
A-du'la, or -le
A-du'las
Ad-u-li'tae
A-du'^i-us 1
Ad'vo-ian§
Ad-yr-mach'j-

daB
^-a-ce'at



GREEK AND LATIN PROPEK NAMES.



317



^-a-ci'um
-^E'a-ciis

^-fin-te'iim
^-an'ti-de§
^E-an'tjs
^'a-tiis
iE-bu'ti-iis 1

JE-chl'on

^?3cli-mag'o-ras

^c-la'num

iEc-u-la'num

^-dep'sus

^-de'si-a 1

^d'i-la 4

^-di'lc-^

^d'i-liis 4

^-dlp'sys

A-e'don

A-e-do'nis

JEd'u-B^ 4

^-e'ta

JE-e'te^

<^-e'ti-as 1

^-e-ti'ne

/E-e'tis

/E-ga'le-os

/E'|e-as

-iE-^e'as
/E-^e-a'tef
M-^e'le-on
JE-^e'ri-a.

-^'geus (m.) 6
^-|e'us (a.)
JE'li-x

JE-§j'x
^-gl'a-le
^-|i-a-le'a
^-gl'a-leus 6
^-*i-a-li'a
^-|l'a-lus
iE-flc'o-res
^f i-da 4
JE-^iiie^
jE-*Td'!-us
Ji:*'i-la 4
JE-^iVi-a.
^I'i-lips 4

jE-|jni'o-rus

iE|-i-mu'rus
iE*'i-mus 4
iE-*i'na
iE|-i-ne't£i 4
^-|Tn'i-um



^*'i-pan 4
^*-i-pa'n5^ 4
^-gi'ra
^*-i-ru'sa 4
^-gis'thus
^-*i"ti-Qm 1

^g'le 4
^g-le'is 4
^g'l5? 4
^<?-lS'tes 4
^g'lo-ge 4
iE-gbb'o-lus
^-go9'e-ro3
^E-go'ne
iEg-o-ne'a 4
7E-go'n5:j
^-goph'a-gus
^-gos'a-^re
^'gos Pot'a-
ml, or -mbs
iE-gos'the-nsi
^-gu'sa

iE*-y-pa'ne5 4
yE-|;yp'sus
iE-lyp'ti-uni ]
^"lyp'tus
^-la'na"

^-li-a'nus
^'li-an '
iEl'i'-rios 4

A-ei'Ig-puS

^-ma'thi-a

JE-mU'i-i '

^-mil-}-a'nus

iE-mil'i-us

-(Em-nes'tus 4

.Em'o-dEe 4

iE-mo'na

^ inon'i-de§

^m'o-nis 4

-^-myl'i-a

yE-myl-i-a'niis

iE-myl'i-us

^-nan't}-6n 2

iE-na'ri-a

^-na'sj-us 1

^-nS'a

^-ne'a-dse

JE'ne-AS

zE-ne'as
M-ne'as Tac'-
^-ne'is [ti-cus
.M-ne'id
iE-nes-i-de'-
mus



/E-nS'^i-uS 1

iE'neus 6
^-ni'a

^-ni'a-cfis

^-ni-a'ne|

/En'i-cus 4

^-ni'dae

^-nl'o-chi

^iV9-b;rr'bus4

^n'o-cle§ 4

JE-nd'ne^

^-ny'r^i

M'o-le^

^-o'li-a

^-ol'i-da

^-ol'i-des

JE-o'ni-g.

M-6'ra.

^-pa'lj-us

^-pe'a

^p'u-io 4

-(Ep'y-tiis 4

^-qua'na

J3-quic'o-la

^ quic'o-lus

^q-ui-mS'li-

um i
A-e'ri-si
A-er'o-pe
A-er'o-pus
^s'a-cus 4
iE-sa'|e-^
-^-sa'pus
iEs'a-ra 4
^-sa'ms

^Es'a-rus 4
^s'chi-ne^ 4
iEs'chi-nus
^s'chj-ron 4
iEs-chro-do'-

ra 4
jEs-ciiyl'i-de^
^s'chy-lus 4
^s-cu-la'pi us
^-se'pus
^-ser'ni-a
^s-er-ni'nus 4

iE-s5'nis
^-son'i-de^
^s-o-pe'us 4
iE-so'pus
^'sop '
^s't'ri-a 4
iEs'tu-I 4
^s'u-a 4



^-sy'e-te§ 1
iE-sy'rae
iEs-ym-ne'tae 4
^s ym-ne'tes4
^th'a-le 4
^th-a-l6'a 4
^-tlial'i-de^
^-tha'li-6s
^-the'vi-e

iEth'i-ciis 4

iE-thi'on
^-tlil'o-pe^
^-thi-o'pi-?
iE'thi-ops
A-eth'li-us 4
^-thu'sa
yE-thy'ia 3
^'ti-a i
A-e'ti-on 9
is ti-o-ne'a 1
iE-ti'te§
A-e'ti-us 1
uEt'na 4

^-to'li'-a
^-to'lis
^x (eks) 4
^x-6'ne

A-fra'ni a

A-fra'ui-us

Af'ri-ca

Af-ri-ca'nus

APri-cus

Ag'a-bus

A-gac'ly-tus

A-gag-ri-a'nae

Ag-a-las'se§

Ag'a-me

Ag-a-me'de

Ag-a-me'des

Ag-a-mem'iion

Ag-a-mem-

non'i-de|
Ag-a-mem-n6'-

ni-us
Ag-a-me'tor
A-gam'ma-tae
Ag-am-nes'tor
Ag'a-mus
Xg-a-nl'ce
Ag-an-ip-pe'us
Ag a-nip'pi-de§
A-gan'za-gsi
Ag'a-paB
Ag-a-pe'nor
A-ga'pi-us
Ag'a-ra
Ag-^-vh'nl



A-ga'fi-as 1
A-^as'i-ci5^
A-ga's6
A-gas'the-nes
A-gas'tvo-phus
Ag'a-sus •
Ag a tha-^e'tiiS
Ag-51-tlian'^e-

liis
Ag-a-thai'chi-

das
A g-?-thar 'chi-
des
Ag-a-tliem'e-

riis
Ag-^-thi'a %
A-ga'tlii-as

Ag-a-tlii'as
Ag-a-thl'nus
Ag-a-tlio-cle'51
A-gath'o-cle§
Ag'a-tlion
A-gath'o-pus
Ag-a-thos'the-

ne§
Ag-?-thot'y-

chiis
Ag-a-thyr'na
Ag-ai-thyr'num
Ag-a-thyr'nu3
Ag-a-tliyr'si
A-gS.u'i
A-ga've
Ag-bat'a-na
A-^e-e'na
A|;-e-la'de§
Ag-e-la'us
A|-e-le'a
A|-e-le'is
A|'e-les
A-^en'a-tha
A-*en'dj-cum

A*-en.di'cum
A-ge'nor
Ag-e-nor'i-de§
A-|ep'o-lis
A^-e-ri'nus
A|-e-r6'n?i
A^-e-san'der
Ag-e-san'dri-

das
A|-e-si'a-nax
A-^C'^j-as 1
A-*es'i-cle|
A-|es-i-la'iis
A^-e-sTm'bro-

tus
A|-e-sis'tr? ta
A-^e'tas
Ag-^e'nus (aj-

e'nys)



318



GREEK AND LATIN PROPEU NAMES.



A'|i-as

A^-i-la'us

A-gin'num

Ag^a'i-a 4

Ag-la-o-nl'ce

Ag-la'g-pe

iig-Ia-o-plie'me

Ag-la'o-phon

Ag-la-os'the-

Ag'la-us

Ag-la'us
Ag'-na'li-a

iVg-nod'i-ce

,?i.g-no-iii'a

Ag-non'i-de§

Ag-no'tC§

Ag-iiotli'e-tse

Ag-o-na'li-a

/i-go'ni-a

A-go'ne§

yji-go'iii-us

A-go'nus

Ag'o-ra

Ag-o-vac'ri-tus

Ag-o-ra'njs

Ag-o-rau'o-ml

Ag-o-ras'to-cle§

Ag'ra-gas

A-graii'li-a

A-grSiu-o-ni'taB

A'gre-e§

^-gre'nl

A'greus 6

A-gri-a'nef

A-gric'o-la

A-gri"ci-us 1

Ag-ri-gen-ti'-

nys
Ag-ri-|en'tum -
A-giin'i-um
A-grl'o-dos
A-gri-6'ni-a
A-gri'o-pas
A-gri-oph'a-^I
Ag-rip-pe'um
Ag-rip-pi'na
Ag-rip-pi'nus
A-gris'o-pe
A'gri-us
A-grcE'ci-Qs 1
Ag'ro-las
A-gro'tas
A-grot'e-ra
A-^y'ieiis 3 6

j\-*yr'i-uin



A-*yr'rhi-us

A-|yr'tef

A-ly'rus

A-na'la

A-i-do'neus 6

A-i'la

A-im'y-lus

A'i-us Lo-cu'ti-
us 1

a1 Ei-ban'dj-cus

Al'a-bis

Al-a-go'ni-a

A-lk'la

Al-al com'e-nae

A-lal-com-e-
ne'is

A-lal-co-me'-
ni-§i

A-la'li-a

Al-a-ma'nef

A-la'ni

A-la.'iiu3

Al'a-res

Al-a-ri'cu3

Al'q-rtc

Al-a-ro'di-I

A-las'to-re|

Al-as-tor'i-de^

Al-a-th5'i.is

A-la'threus 6

A-la'zon

Al-a-z5'ne§

Al-ba'ni

Al-ba'ni-a

Al-ba'iiys

Al'ba Sj^l'vj-us

Al-be-rl'ciis

Al'bi-a Te-ren'-
ti-a i

Al-bl'ci

Al-bi-5'ta3

Al-bi-giii'num

Al-bi'na

Al-bin'i-us

Al-bT-no-va'-

nus
Al-bln-te m3'-

Ij-um
Al-bi'm.is
Al'bi-on
Al-bi'o-ncij
Al-l)u'ci-us 1 •
Al'bu-la
Al-bii'ne-a
Al-bu'ti-us 1
Al-ceen'e-tus 4
Al-cam'e-ne§
Al-ca'no'r
Al-cath'o-e
Al-ce-do'ni-a
Al-cg'n9r



Al-ces-i-mar'-

chus
Al-ces'i-mus
Al-ces'te
Al'ce-tas
Al-ci-bi'a-de;j
Al-ci'dae
Al-cid'a-mas
Al-ci-da-me'51
a1 ci-dam'i-das
Al-ci-da'mus
Al-ci'def
Al-cid'i-ce
Al-cid'o-ciis
Al-cim'a-chus
Al-cim'e-de
Al-cim'e-ne§
Al'ci-mus
Al-cui'o-e
Al'ci-nbr
Al-Ciii'g-us
Al-ci'o-pus
Al'ci-phion
Al-cls'tlie-ne
Al-cith'o-e
Alc-mae-on'j-

dae
Alc-me'na, or

-ne
Al-com'e-nEB
Al'co-ne
Al-cy'o-ngt
Al-cy'9-neus 6
Al-cy-on'i-def 1
Al-du'a-bis
A'le-a
A-l5'bas
A-le'bi-on
A-le'bus
A-lec'try-on
A le'i-usCam'-

pus3
Al-e-man'ni
Al-e-raa'nus
A-le'mon "
Al-e-m6n'i-de|
Al-e-ma'§i-i 1
A'le-oii
A-l5'ri-a
A-lc'ris
A-le'sa
A-l5'^i-us 1
A-le'sus
A-l5'te§
A-le'thi-a
A-let'i-'das
A-l5'tis
Al-e-tri-na'te|
A-le'trj-um
A-l5'tum
A'le-us



A-lS'v^ts

Al-ex-am'e-nus

Al-ex-an'dra

Al-ex-stn-dre'a

Al-ex-an-dri'a

Al-ez-(in' dri-q

Al-ex-an'dri-

de§
Al-ex 5in dri'iia
Al-ex-a'nor
A-lex'i-a 1
Al-ex-i'a-ref
Al-ex-ic'a-c3s
Al-ex-ic'ra-te§
A-lex'i-d^i
A-lex'i-5 1
Alex ir'ho-e
A-lex'i-us 1
Al-fa-ter'nat
Al-fe'nus
Al'fi-us
Al'gi-dus
Al-g5'num
A-li-ac'mon
A-li-ar'tuin
Al-i-bi'dai
Al'i-cis
A-li-e'nus
A-ll'fe ■
Al-i-men'i-de^
A-lim'e-nos
Al-in-d5'i-a 3
A-li'phae
Al-i-pha'nus
Al-i-phe'ra
Al-ir-r6'tlii-us
Al-i-son'ti-a 1
A-ll'sum
Al-le'di-us
Al'li-a
Al-li-e'nus
Al-ll'fBB ■
Al-li-fa'nus
Al'li-us
Al-lob'ro-ge§
Al'lo-biox
Al-lob'ry-*e§
' Al-lo-phy'lus
Al-lot'ri-ge§
Al-lu'ti-us 1
Al-me'ne
Al-nio'pe§
Al-my-r5'de
A-io'a
A-lo'eus 6
Al-o-i'dse
A-lo'is
A-lo'ne
Al'o-pe
A-lop'e-ca
Al-9-pe'ce-ai



A-lop'e-cef

A-lo'pi-us

A-Io'rus

A-l6'tj-5i 1

Al-pe'nu3

Al'pef

Alj)S

A! -pile 'a

Al phe'i-as 3

Al-phe'nus

Al-phe'us

Al-phl'on

A 1 'phi-US

Al-pi'iius

Al-p5'nu3

Al-si-e-ti'nus I

Al'sj-um 1

Al-thaem'e-

ne§ 4
Al-thfiiii'e-ne:j
Al-tliG'pus
Al-t;'i)um
A-lun'ti-um 1
Al'y-ba
Al-y-bi'da
A-ly'mou
A-ly p'i-us
A-ly'pus
Al-yx-oth'o-e
Al-y-ze'a
A-ly'zeus 6
A-mad'o-cus
Am'a-^e
Am-al-the'a
Ani-al-the'um
A-iiian'i-CK
A-man'i de§
A-man'ti a 1
Ani-an-tl'nl
A-ma'nus
A-mar'a-cus
Am-a-ryl'lis
Ara-a-ryn'-

ceus 6
Am-a-ryn'tlij a
Am-9-ry"§i-a 1
Am~a-se'a
Am-a-se'nus
Am-a-sl'a
A-ma'sis
A-ina'ta
Aiu-a-the'a
Am'a-thus [us-
A-max-ani-pe'-
A-niax-au-ti'a
A-max'i-a 1
Am-ax-ob'i i
Am-a-ze'nE?
A-ma'zon
Am'q.-zon
A-m'az'o-nef



GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



319



Avi'<t-zonf

Am-?-z6n'i-cus

Am-a-zo'ni-us

Am-bar-va'lef

Am-ba'tae

Am'be-nus

Am-bi-a-ll'te^

Am-bi-a'num

Am bi a-ti'num

Am-bi-bar'e-ti

Am-bi-ga'tu3

Am-bi'o-rlx

Am'bla-d§i

Am-bo-lo-|e'r5t

Am-bra'cj-a 1

Am-bra-ci-6'-

tae' 1 '
Am-bra'ci-us 1
Am-br6'dax
Ain-br5'§i-us 1
Am'brose
Am-bryl'lja
Am'bry-on

Am-bry'on
Am-bry'aus
Am-bu-ba'i-se,

or Am-bui-

ba'jae
Am'bu-li
A-nie'li-us
Am-e-na'nus
Am-e-ni'de|
A-men'o-cle?
Am-e-no'phis
A-m5'ri-3i
Am-e-ri'nus
Am-e-rl'o-la
A-mes'e-lum
A-mes'tra-tu3
A-raes'tri-us
A-mi-a'nus
A-mi'clais
Am'i-da

A-ml'da
Ani-i-mo'ne, or
Am-y-mo'ne
A-min'i-iis
A-min'o-cle§
A-mip's|-as 1
Am-i-se'na
A-mi"§i-a 1
Am-i-sod'at-fus
A-mi'sus
Am-i-ter'num
Ain-i-tha'on,or
Ain-y-tha'on
Am-i-ti'num
Am-ma'lo
Am-mi-a'mis
Am-mo-m5'tus
Am-mo'nas



Am-mo-ni-a'-

nus
Am-mo-ni'taB
Am-mo'ni-us
Am-m5'the-a
Ain-nem'o-ne?
Am'ni-as
Am-m'sus
A-raoe'beus 6
Am-o-mS'tus
Am-om-phar'e-

tiis
Am-p6'li-us
Ain'pe-los, or

Am'pe-lus
Am-pe-lu'^i a 1
Am-phax-i'tis
Am-phS'a
Am-plii-a-la'us
Am-phi'a-lus
Am-phi-ar-a e'-

um [des
Am-phi-ar-a-i'-
Am-phi-a-ra'us
Am-phi-cle'a
Am-phTc'ty-

6n 2 [nef
Am-phic-ty'o-
Am'phj-cus
Am-phid'?-

mas
Am-phi-da'mus
Am-phid'i-cus
Am^phid'o-li
Am-phi-dro'-

mi-a
Am-phi-|e-ni'a
Am-'phi-ge'ni-q
Am-phi-lo'chi-

us [cum
Am-phi-loch'i-
Am-phil'y-tus
Am-phTm'a-

chiis
Am-phim'e-

don
Am-phin'o-me
Am-phi'on
Am-phip'a-gus
Am-phj-re'tus
Am-pliir'o-e
Am-phl'sa
Am-phis-se'ne
Am-phis'the-'

Am-phis-tl'de§
Am-phis'tr§i-

tus
Am-phi'sus
Am-phi-tlie-a'-

trum



Am-phith'e-

mts
Am-phj-tri'te
Am-pli!t'm-5
Am-phit- ry-o-

ni'5i-de§
Am'phi-tua
Am-phi'us
Am-phot'e-rus
Am-pli6t-ry-o-

ni'a-ded
Am-phry'su3
Amp'sa-ga

Amp-sa'ga
Amp-si-gu'r5i
Am-pyc'i-de§
A-mu'ri-us
A-my'cl^i
A-my'clas
Am-y-cli'de§
Am'y-cus
Am-y-m5'ne
Am-yn-ti'a def
A-myn-tj-a'-

nus i
Am-yn-tor'i-

de§
Am-y-ri'cus
Am'y-ris
x\-myr'i-us
Am-y-tha'on
Am-y-thg-o'ni-
A-nab'^sis [us
An-a-ce'a
An'§i-ces
An-?-ce'um, or

An-a-cl'um
An-a-cle'tus
A-nac're-on

A-na'cre-on
An-ac-to'ri-a
A-nac'to-rum
An-a-dy-6m'e-
A-nag'nj-a ["ne
An-a-gy-ron'-

tum
A-nai'y-rus
An-a i'tis
A-na'ni-us
A -na 'pi-US
A-na'pus
A-nar'|y-ri
An-as-ta'§i-a 1
A-nat'o-le
An-a-to'lJ-us
A-nau'chii-das
A-nau'sis
An-ax-ag'o-ras
An-ax-an'dri-

de^
An-ax-ar'e-te



An-9X-e'nor
A-nax'i-as 1
An-ax-ib'i-9
An-ax-ic'ra-te§
A-uax-i-da'-

mus
A-nax-i-la'iis
An-ax-il'i-des
A-nax-i-maii'-

der
An-ax-im'e-nb^
An ax-ip'o-lis
An-ca-ll'te|
An-ca'ri-us
An-cha're:^
An-^ha'te^
An-cliera'o-lus
An-che-si'te:^
An-ghi'a-la
An-ghi a-le'a
An-ghi-a-li'a
An-chi'a-lus
An chj mo'li-us
An-^tiin'o-e
An-chl'se^
An-chi"§i-a 1
An-clii-si'a de§
An-chi-sl'te^
An'cho-e
An'cho-ra
An-chu'rus
An-ci'le
An-co'na
An'cus Mar'tj-

us 1
An-cy'le
An-cy'ra
An-cy-ra'nus
An-dab'a-tae
An-da'na
An-da'ni-a
An-de-ca'o-ne§
An-de-ca'vi-a
An-de-ga'vum
An-dg'r§i
An-do^'i-de^
An-dom'a-tTs
An-dra-ga'thj-

us
An drag'a thus
An-drag'o-ias
An-dram'y-tef
An-dra-no-do'-

rus
An'dre-as
An'drew
An-dre'mon
An'dreus 6
An'dri-a
An-drl'a-ca
An'dri-clus



An'dri-on

An-dro'bj-us

An-dro-ba'lus

An-dro-cle'ai

An'dro-cles

An-dm-di'de^

An'dro-clus

An-dr6'clu9
An-dro-cy'd5§
Aii-dro'dus
An-dro']^e-us
An-dr6|'y-nus
An-drora'a chS
An-drom'e-da
An-drom'e-de§
An-dro-me'-

de§
An-dro-ul'cus
An-dron'i-das
An-dios'the-

ne§
An-dr5'ti-on 2
An-e-mo-li'a
An-e-mo-ri'a
An-e-mo'sa
An-e-mu'ri urn
An-e-ras'tu3
A-ne'tor
An'ga-ri
An-^e'lj-?
An'|e-lus
An-fe-ro'nsi
An-^i'te§
An-gi"ti-8i 1
An'gli-a
An-gui''ti-ai 1
A-ni-a'nus
An-i-ce'tus
A-ni"ci-um 1
A'ni-en
A-ni-e-nic'o-1^
A-ni-e'nus
A-nl'grus
An-i-ne'tum
An-i-tor'ljs
A'ni-us
An'na Com-

ne'nst
An-na'lis
An-ni'a-das
An-ni-a'nus
An'ni-bal
An-nl9'e-ris
An-ni-cho'ri
An'ni-us Scap'-

u-la
A-n5'Ius
An'o-nus
An-si-ba'ri-i
An-tkg'o-ras
An-^r'a-diis



320



GREEK AND LATIN PROPER NAMES.



An-te'a
An tec'si-nis
An-te'i-us 3
An-te'nor
An-te-nor'i-da3
An-ter-br5'-

ii-us
An'te-rus
.^n-the'51
An'the-as
i^n-the'don
An-the'l:ji
An'the-mls
An-the'mi-us
An-the-mon'j-

An-the-mu'-

Aii-thS'ne
An-thes-pho'-

An-thes-te'rH

An'tlieus 6

An-thl'91

An-thi-a'nus

An'thi-as

An'thi-mus

An'thi-nas

An-th6're§

An-thra'cj-gi 1

An-throp'i-nus

An-thro-po-

mor-phl'tae
An-thro-poph'-
An-ti'a r?-|;i
An-ti-a-ni'ra 1
An'ti-?s 1
An-ti-bac-ghl'-
An-tic'^-to [us
An-tich'tho-'

An-tT^-i-nS'lis

An-ti-cie'91

An'ti-clef

An-ti-cli'des

An-tic'ra-gus

An-tic'y-ra

An-tid'a-mas

An-ti-do'rus

An-tid'o-tiis

An-ti^'e-ne§

An-ti-^e-ni'd^is

An-ti-^en'j-
das
An-tlg'o-ne
An-ti-go-ni'si

An-ti-g6'ni-8i
An-tig'o-nus
An-til'e-on
An-ti-lib'a-nus
An-til'g-chus



An-ti-mach'i-

de^
An-tim'a-ghuS
An-ti-men'i-

das
An-tin'o-e
An-tin-o-e'§i
An-tin'o-us
An-ti'num
An-ti-o-che'nus
An-ti-o^hi'si
An'ti-oqk
An-ti'o-£his
An-ti'o-pj, or

An-tl'o-pe
An-ti-6'rus
An-tip'a-ros
An'ti-pas
An-tip'51-ter
An-ti-pa'tri-?i

An-ti-pa-tri'a
An-ti-pat'ri-das
An-tip'a-tris
An-ti-phe'mus
An-tiph'i-lu's
An'ti-phou
An'ti-phus
An-tip'o-de|
An-tir'rhi-um
An-tis'the-ne^
An-tis'ti-iis
An-tith'e-iis
An'ti-us 1
An-t5m'e-ne§
An-to'ni-a
An-to-ni'n^
An-to-nl'nus
An-to'ni-us
Aii'to-ny
An-t6're|
An-tor'i-de|
A-nu'bis
An-u-li'nus .
Anx-a'num
Anx'i-us 1
Anx'u-rus
An'y-sis
An'y-t^i, or -t5
An'y-tiis
An-za'be
A-o-bri'g?
A-ol'li-Qs
A'o-ne§
A-o'ni-a
A-on'i-des
A-o'rus

A-6'ti

A-o'us
A-pa'me
Ap-a-me'a
Ap^-me'ae



Ap-a-tu'ri-9

Ap-?-tu'rum

A-pe-3iu'ros

A-pe-li-6'te§

A-pel'ies

Ap-el-le'us

Ap-eii-ni-nic'

9-I51 [e-n?
Ap-en-nl-iii*'-
Ap-en-ni'nu3
Ap-e-ran-ti'V
Ap-e-ro'pi-^
Ap'e-sus
Aph'a-cji
Aph-a-ci'tjs
Aph-51-re'tus
Aph'ei-reus 6
A-phep'si-on 1
Apli'e-sas
Aph'e-tae
A-phe'toi"
A-phi'daa
Aph-ne'um
Aph-nl'tis
Aph-oe-be'tus
A-phri'ce?
Apli-ro-di"se-
us 1 [nus 1
Aph-ro-di-^i-a'-
Aph-ro-di"§j-

as 1
Aph-rg-dl'te
Aph-thl'te^
Aph'y-te

A-phy'te
Aph'y-tis '
Atpi-a'nus
Ap-i-ca'ta
A-pi"ci-us 1
A-pid'a-nus
Ap'i-nsi
A-pi'o-lae
A'pi-on
Ap-i-sa'on
A-pi"ti-us 1
A-poc'o-pa
Ap-o-do'ti

A-pod'o-tl
A-pcB(;'i-de§
A-pol-lj-na're?
Ap-ol-liii'i-de§
A-pbl'li-nis
Ap-ol-lin'e-us
A-pol-lo-do'rus
Ap-ol-lo'ni-a
A-pol-lo-nl'a-

de§
Ap-ol-lo'ni-as
Ap-ol-lo-n}-a'-

tis
Ap-ol-lon'j-das



Ap-^l-l5'niS
Ap-ol-lopli'ai-

ne§
A-pol'ly-on
Ap-o-my'ios 3
A-po-ni-a'ng.
A-p5']ii-us
Ap'o-niis
Ap-os-tro'phi-9
Ap-o-tlie-o'sis
Ap-Q-the' o-sts
Ap-pi'a-def
Ap-pi-a'niis
Ap'pi-an
Ap'pi as
Ap'pi-si Vi'a
Ap'pi-us
Ap-pu-le'i-us 3
A'pii-e^
A-pii'lis
A'prj-us
A-pro-ni-a'nus



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