Letter 57: Seneca

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Letter 57: Seneca
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  1. repetere (repeto, ere, ivi, itus) (3)
    return to
  2. iterum (adv)
    again
  3. experirer (experior, experiri, expertus) (4) (dep)
    to experience, try
  4. lutus, luti (m)
    mud
  5. fatum -i (n)
    fate
  6. navigasse (navigo) (1)
    to navigate, sail
  7. perpetiendum fuit (perpetior, perpeti, perpessus) (3) (dep)
    it was to be fully endured
  8. ceromate (ceroma, atis) (n)
    mud layer; wax ointment
  9. haphe (f nom/abl)
    sand
  10. excepit (excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptus) (3)
    it followed, received
  11. crypta -ae (f)
    tunnel
  12. carcere (carcer, -eris) (M)
    prison
  13. facibus (fax, facis) (f)
    torches
  14. obscurius (adv comp)
    dimmer
  15. praestant (praesto (1))
    they provided, fulfilled
  16. tenebras (tenebra, -ae) (f)
    darkness
  17. ceterum (adv)
    but yet
  18. pulvis -is (m)
    dust
  19. auferret (aufero)
    it would remove
  20. aperto (apertum, i) (n)
    the open (air)
  21. quoque (adv)
    even; also; not only
  22. molesta (us a um)
    troublesome
  23. illic (adv)
    in that place, there
  24. volutatur (voluto) (1)
    it is tumbled about
  25. spiramento (spiramentum, i) (n)
    an airhole
  26. inclusus sit (includo, ere, usi, usus) (3)
    it should have been shut up
  27. excitatus (excito (1)) est
    it had been roused, stirred up
  28. recidit (recido, recidere, recidi, recasus)
    it came to nothing, fell back, reverted
  29. incommoda (incommodum, i) (n)
    inconveniences
  30. pertulimus (perfero, perferre, pertuli, perlatus)
    We endured, carried through to the end
  31. quamvis (adv)
    as much
  32. mortifera (mortifer, mortifera, mortiferum)
    deadly
  33. adeo (adv)
    as far (as)
  34. effectus um (m)
    an effect, accomplishment
  35. efficienta (efficiens, (gen.), efficientis) (adj)
    effective
  36. pondere (pondus, i) (n)
    a weight
  37. extriti (extero, exterere, extrivi, extritus)
    having been crushed
  38. permanere (permaneo, permanere, permansi, permansus) (2)
    to remain, endure
  39. spargi (spargo, spargere, sparsi, sparsus) (3)
    to be scattered
  40. exitus -us (4) (m)
    death/departure
  41. quemadmodum (adv)
    just as
  42. opprimi (opprimo, opprimere, oppressi, oppressus)
    to be overwhelmed, oppressed
  43. urguentur (urgueo, urguere, ursi, -) (2)
    they are pressed
  44. verbere (verber, verberis) (n)
    blow, beating; whip
  45. laeditur (laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus) (3)
    it is wounded
  46. scinditur (scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus) (3)
    it is torn
  47. refunditur (refundo, refundere, refudi, refusus)
    it flows back/around
  48. tenuissimo (tenuis, tenue, tenuior)
    most meagre, feeble
  49. constat (consto, constare, constiti, constatus)
    it consists of
  50. deprendi (deprendo, deprendere, deprendi, deprensus) (3)
    to be caught, seized
  51. effligi (effligo, effligere, efflixi, efflictus) (3)
    to be destroyed
  52. beneficio (beneficium, -i) (n)
    benefit
  53. subtilitatis (subtilitas, tatis) (f)
    subtlety, exactness
  54. premitur (premo, premere, pressi, pressus) (3)
    it is pressed hard
  55. erumpit (erumpo, erumpere, erupi, eruptus) (3)
    it breaks out, bursts forth
  56. quomodo (adv)
    just as
  57. fulmini (fulmen, fulminis) (n) (3)
    thunderbolt
  58. latissime (latus, lata) (adj)
    most widely
  59. percussit (percutio, percutere, percussi, percussus) (3)
    it struck
  60. fulsit (fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi, -) (2)
    it flashed
  61. exiguum (exiguus, exigua, exiguum)
    little, scanty, meagre
  62. foramen (foramen, foraminis) (n)
    hole
  63. adhuc (adv)
    until now
  64. tenuior (tenuis, tenue, tenuior)
    more delicate, subtle
  65. igne (ignis, ignis) (neut)
    fire
  66. fuga (fuga, fugae) (f)
    flight, exile
  67. quaerendum est (quaero, quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus) (3)
    it is to be sought
  68. superstes (supersto, superstare, supersteti, -) (1), +DAT/ABL
    it stands on top of
  69. proteri (protero, proterere, protrivi, protritus) (3)
    to be crushed, oppressed
  70. quoniam (adv)
    seeing that
  71. noxium (noxius, a um) [end]
    harmful

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