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chapter 15
2012-03-19 23:03:36
genitive whole ablative cardinals time

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  1. genitive of whole
    • the genitive of a word indicating the whole of something or group is used after the word designating a part of that whole.
    • ex. pars urbis - part of the city
    • nemo amicorum meorum - none of my friends

    • may be used after neuter nominative and accusative of certain pronouns and adj such as:
    • aliquid, quid, multum, plus, minus, satis, nihil, tantum, quantum, milia
  2. ablative w cardinals
    • the ablative used after a cardinal number (other than milia) and with quidam (a certain one) and sometimes pauci expresses the idea of the whole by ex or de and the ablative, for example:
    • tres ex amicis meis - three of my friends
    • quinque ex eis - five of them
  3. ablative of time when or within which
    • time when or within which an action occurred was designated by using the ablative without a preposition
    • in translating apply in, on, at or within (never for, this is duration and an accusative construction)
    • usually involves a unit of time, so relatively easy to distinguish this ablative use
    • ex -eo tempore non poteram id facere - at that time I could not do it
  4. Italy
    Italia, Italiae, f
  5. memoria, memoriae, f
    memory, recollection
  6. period of time, season; weather, storm
    tempestas, tempestatis, f
  7. a thousand
    • mille - indeclinable in singular
    • declinable in plural, as follows:
    • milia
    • milium
    • milibus
    • milia
    • milibus
  8. wretched, miserable, unfortunate
    miser, misera, miserum
  9. between, among, prep
    inter + acc.
  10. and so, therefore, adv.
  11. to entrust, commit
    committo, committere, commisi, commissum 3
  12. to look for, expect, await
    exspecto, exspectare, exspectavi, exspectatum, 1
  13. to throw, hurl
    iacio, iacere, ieci, iactum, io of 3rd
  14. to fear, be afraid (of)
    timeo, timere, timui 2