Letter 77: Seneca

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Letter 77: Seneca
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  1. praemitti (praemitto, praemittere, praemisi, praemissus)
    to be sent ahead
  2. nuntiare (nuntio, nuntiare, nuntiavi, nuntiatus)
    to announce, report
  3. secuturae (sequor,sequi, secutus)
    going to accompany, follow
  4. tabellarias (tabellarius, tabellari(i)) (m)
    couriers
  5. gratus (gratus, grata) (adj)
    pleasing, welcome
  6. pilis (pila, pilae) (f) ?
  7. consistit (consisto, consistere, constiti, constitus)
    it stood together
  8. velorum (velum, veli) (m)
    sails
  9. quamvis (adv)
    however much
  10. siparum (siparum, sipari) (n)
    topsail
  11. intendere (intendo, intendere, intendi, intentus)
    to stretch, extend
  12. alto (altum, alti) (n)
    a height, a depth (e.g. the deep sea)
  13. cursum (cursus, cursus) (m)
    the course
  14. illinc (adv)
    from there
  15. increbruit (increbresco, increbrescere, increbrui, -)
    it became stronger
  16. expedit (expedio, expedire, expedivi, expeditus)
    it is expedient, useful
  17. antemna (antemna, antemnae) (f)
    the sail-yard
  18. summittitur (summitto, summittere, summisi, summissus)
    it is lowered
  19. virium (vis, vis) (f)
    strength, force
  20. flatus (flatus, flatus) (m)
    breeze, wind
  21. intravere (intro, intrare, intravi, intratus)
    they entered (NB -ere can = -erunt!)
  22. promunturium (promunturium, promunturi(i)) (n)
    promontory, headland
  23. procelloso (procellosus, procellosa, procellosum)
    stormy
  24. vertice (vertex, verticis) (n)
    peak, summit
  25. discursu (discursus, discursus) (m)
    running about
  26. properantium (propero, properare, properavi, properatus) (1)
    hurrying
  27. pigritia (pigritia, pigritiae) (f)
    laziness
  28. olim (adv)
    formerly, once
  29. perit (pereo, perire, perivi(ii), peritus)
    it is lost, wasted
  30. adquiritur (adquiro, adquirere, adquisivi, adquisitus)
    it is acquired, gained
  31. nunc vero
    'as it is'
  32. quantulumcumque (adv)
    however little
  33. superesset (supersum, superesse, superfui, superfuturus)
    be in excess, be left over
  34. viatici (viaticum, -i) (n)
    travel money
  35. praesertim (adv)
    especially
  36. simus ingressi (ingredior, ingredi, ingressus)
    we undertook, began
  37. peragere (perago, peragere, peregi, peractus)
    to complete
  38. iter (iter, itineris) (n)
    journey
  39. citra (adv)
    short of
  40. steteris (sto, stare, steti, status)
    you stood still
  41. ubicumque (adv)
    wherever
  42. noveras (nosco, noscere, novi, notus)
    you had known
  43. cito (adv)
    quickly
  44. morbo (morbus, morbi) (m)
    disease
  45. insanabili (insanabilis, insanabilis, insanabile)
    incurable
  46. correptus (corripio, corripere, corripui, correptus)
    having been gripped, seized
  47. imperante (impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus)
    demanding
  48. unusquisque (adj)
    each one
  49. suadebat (suadeo, suadere, suasi, suasus)
    he was advising, persuading
  50. adulator (adulator, adulatoris) (m)
    a flatterer, sycophant
  51. suspicabatur (suspicor, suspicari, suspicatus)
    he suspected
  52. cohortatus (cohortor, cohortari, cohortatus)
    having admonished
  53. torqueri (torqueo, torquere, torsi, tortus)
    to be distorted, twisted, tortured
  54. prudenter (adv)
    sensibly
  55. miser (miser, miseri) (m)
    the wretched man
  56. fastidiosus (fastidiosus, fastidiosa, fastidiosum)
    disdainful
  57. opus erat
    there was need
  58. adiutore (adjuto, adjutare, adjutavi, adjutatus)
    to help
  59. parere (pareo, parere, parui, paritus)
    to obey
  60. alioqui (adv)
    besides
  61. inhumanum (inhumanus, inhumana)
    rude, unfeeling
  62. quemadmodum (adv)
    just as
  63. peracta (perago, peragere, peregi, peractus) (3)
    having been completed
  64. reliquiae (reliquia, reliquiae) (f)
    the remains
  65. circumstantibus (circumstans, circumstantis) (m)
    by-standers
  66. porrigi (porrigo, porrigere, porrexi, porrectus) (3)
    to be extended (as in given)
  67. ministri (minister, ministri) (m)
    attendants
  68. liberalis (liberalis, liberalis, liberale)
    generous, courteous
  69. summulas (summula, -ae) (f)
    a small sum
  70. ultro (adv)
    besides, voluntarily
  71. triduo (triduum, tridui) (n)
    (for) three days
  72. abstinuit (abstineo, abstinere, abstinui, abstentus)
    he fasted
  73. tabernaculum -i (n)
    tent

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