Letter 63: Seneca

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Letter 63: Seneca
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  1. moleste (adv)
    with distress
  2. decessisse (decedo, decedere, decessi, decessus)
    to have passed away, departed
  3. aequo (aequus, aequa)
    fair, just (equal)
  4. vix (adv)
    hardly
  5. exigere (exigo, exigere, exegi, exactus)
    to expel, drive out
  6. continget (contingo, contingere, contigi, contactus)
    it touches, affects
  7. supra (prep)
    above
  8. elato (effero, efferre, extuli, elatus)
    having been raised
  9. vellicabit (vellico, vellicare, vellicavi, vellicatus)
    it will criticise, nip at
  10. ignosci (ignosco, ignoscere, ignovi, ignotus) +DAT
    to be forgiven
  11. prolapsis (prolabor, prolabi, prolapsus)
    having collapsed
  12. nimiae (nimius a um)
    too much, excessive
  13. decucurrerunt (decurro, decurrere, decurri, decursus)
    they flowed down
  14. sicci (siccus a um)
    dry
  15. amisso (amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus)
    having departed
  16. fluant (fluo, fluere, fluxi, fluxus) (3)
    they flow
  17. plorandum (est) (ploro, plorare, ploravi, ploratus)
    we must wail
  18. flendi (fleo, flere, flevi, fletus) (2)
    crying for
  19. dumtaxat (adv)
    only
  20. unde (adv)
    from where
  21. immodici (immodicus, immodica, immodicum)
    excessive
  22. fletus (fletus, fletus) (m)
    weeping
  23. argumenta (argumentum -i) (n)
    evidence
  24. desiderii (desiderium -i) (n)
    grief
  25. sequimur (from sequor)
    follow, obviously, but in this context perhaps: obey, give way to
  26. ostendimus (ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensus) (3)
    We exhibit
  27. stultitiam (a, ae) (f)
    folly
  28. mansura (maneo, manere, mansi, mansus)
    going to last
  29. frontem (frons, frontis) (f)
    brow
  30. quaelibet (quilibet, quaelibet, quodlibet)
    any(thing)
  31. fortuita (fortuitus a um)
    accidental, chance
  32. differo (differo, differre, distuli, dilatus)
    I put off, delay
  33. mulcetur (mulceo, mulcere, mulsi, mulsus)
    it is soothed
  34. luctus (luctus, luctus) (m)
    grief
  35. desieris (desino, desinere, desivi, desitus)
    you stop, (desist)
  36. discedet (discedo, discedere, discessi, discessus)
    it will dissipate
  37. custodis (custodio, custodire, custodivi, custoditus)
    you guard, watch
  38. elabitur (elabor, elabi, elapsus)
    it slips away
  39. citius (adv)
    more quickly
  40. agamus (ago, agere, egi, actus)
    let us manage
  41. amissorum ((amitto, amittere, amisi, amissus))
    of those having departed
  42. redit (redeo, redire, redivi(ii), reditus)
    he returns
  43. morsu (morsus, us) (m)
    bite
  44. occurrat (occurro, occurrere, occucurri, occursus) +DAT
    it occurs, meets with
  45. voluptatem (voluptas, voluptatis) (f)
    enjoyment
  46. quomodo (adv)
    how
  47. poma (pomum -i) (n)
    apple
  48. suaviter (adv)
    sweetly
  49. aspera (asper, aspera)
    sharp
  50. nimis (adv)
    too much
  51. amaritudo (amaritudo, amaritudinis) (f)
    the bitterness, tang
  52. angebat (ango, angere, anxi, anctus)
    it was pressing, troubling
  53. incolumes (incolumis, incolumis, incolume)
    alive, unharmed
  54. melle (mel, mellis) (n)
    honey
  55. placenta (placenta, placentae)
    cake
  56. frui (fruor, frui, fructus) +DAT
    to enjoy, delight in
  57. retractatio (retractatio, onis) (f)
    recollection??
  58. acerbitate (acerbitas, tatis) (f)
    bitterness
  59. iuuat (juvo, juvare, juvi, jutus)
    it pleases, is helpful
  60. habentia -ae (f)
    possession?
  61. austeritatis (austeritas, austeritatis) (f) [end 6]
    bitterness

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