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Vulcānius (Vol.), -a, -um, [Vul- | vultur (vol-), -uris, [?], m., vui.

cano + ius), adj., of Vulcan. - ture. Less exactly, of fire.

| vultus (vol-), -ūs, [vvol + tus), Vulcānus (Vol-), -ī, [?], m., Vul- m., expression, countenance, face.

can, the god of fire in its mechanical and destructive forms. — Less

X. exactly, fire. vulgõ (volgo), -āre, -āvī, -ātum, Xanthus, -i, [Gr. Eávdos], m., 1. A

(vulgo- (as if a-stem) + 0], v. tr. river of the Troad; 2. A river in 1, make common, spread abroad, Lycia, a favorite haunt of Apollo. make known. – p.p., famed, common.

z. vulgus (volg-), -i, [?], n., the crowd, the people.

Zacynthos (-us), -i, [Gr. Zákuva vulnero (voln-),-āre, -āvi, -ātum, 1 00s], f., an island in the Ionian

[vulner- (as stem of vulnus) + Sea (now Zante). 0], v. tr. 1, wound.

Zephyrus, -i, [Gr. Zépupos), m., vulnificus (voln-), -a, -um, Zephyrus (the west wind). – Less

[tvolno- (perh. only vulnus, re | exactly, wind (from any quarter),

duced) + ficus), adj., deadly. I zephyr. vulnus (voln-), -eris, [akin to zmaragdus (sm-),-1, [Gr. Sudpay.

vello (i.e. veln + us)], n., wound, gos], f., emerald. attempted wound, thrust : vulnera zāna, -ae, [Gr. Sávn], f., girdle, minitans (to wound).

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