Letter 47 (Pt 1/2): Seneca

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Letter 47 (Pt 1/2): Seneca
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  1. libenter (adv)
    gladly
  2. familiariter (Adv)
    on friendly terms
  3. eruditionem (eruditio, -onis) (f)
    • culture, education
    • NB - a buzzword for philosophical learning
  4. decet (decet, decere, decuit, -) (impers pass)
    it is becoming, fitting
  5. immo (adv)
    no indeed
  6. contubernales (contubernalis, contubernalis) (m)
    colleagues, comrades-in-arms
  7. humiles (humilis, humile)
    low-born
  8. conservi (conservus, conservi) (m)
    fellow-slaves
  9. tantundem (adv)
    just as much
  10. licere (licet, licere licuit (impers))
    to be permitted
  11. turpe (turpe, turpis) (n)
    a shameful thing, a disgrace
  12. superbissima (superbus, superba, superbum)
    most arrogant, haughtiest
  13. consuetudo (consuetudo, consuetudinis) (f)
    habit, custom, practice
  14. circumdedit (circumdo, circumdare, circumdedi, circumdatus)
    it surrounded, passed around
  15. est (which 2 verbs does this come from?)
    • sum, and edo (edo, edere, edi, essus)
    • 'he consumes'
  16. capit (capio, capere, cepi, captus)
    he takes
  17. aviditate (aviditas, aviditatis) (f)
    greed, gluttony
  18. ventrem (venter, ventris) (m)
    belly
  19. desuetum (desuesco, suescere, suevi, suetus)
    having become unaccustomed, having forgotten
  20. egerat (egero, egerere, egessi, egestus)
    he discharges
  21. ingessit (ingero, ingerere, ingessi, ingestus)
    he forced in
  22. labra (labrum, labri) (n)
    lips
  23. quidem (adv)
    indeed, even
  24. virga (virga, virgae) (f)
    a switch, rod
  25. compescitur (compesco, compescere, compescui, -)
    it is curbed, checked
  26. verberibus (verber, verberis) (n)
    with blows
  27. excepta (exceptus, excepta, exceptum)
    excepted
  28. tussis -is (f)
    cough
  29. sternumenta (sternumentum -i) (n)
    cough
  30. singultus (singultus, singultus) (m)
    a hiccup
  31. interpellatum (interpello, interpellare, interpellavi, interpellatus)
    having been interrupted
  32. luitur (luo, luere, lui, lutus)
    it is punished
  33. ieiuni (jejunus, jejuna)
    hungry
  34. muti (mutus a um)
    mute
  35. perstant (persto, perstare, perstiti, perstatus)
    they stand firm, endure
  36. coram (prep) +ABL
    in the presence of
  37. sermo -onis (m)
    talk, discussion
  38. os (os, oris) (n)
    mouths
  39. consuebatur (consuo, ere, ui, utus)
    it was forbidden to speak(?)
  40. parati (paratus, parata)
    prepared
  41. cervicem (cervix, cervicis)
    neck
  42. avertere (averto, avertere, averti, aversus)
    to divert
  43. conviviis (convivium, convivi(i)) (n)
    dinner parties
  44. arrogantiae (arrogantia, arrogantiae) (f)
    arrogance, arrogant practice
  45. iactatur (i/jacto, jactare, jactavi, jactatus)
    it is said
  46. totidem (adv)
    just as many
  47. interim (adv)
    meanwhile
  48. crudelia (crudelis, crudele)
    cruel, harsh
  49. praetereo (praetereo, praeterire, praeterivi(ii), praeteritus)
    I pass over/omit
  50. iumentis (iumentum, iumenti) (n)
    beasts of burden
  51. abutimur (abutor, abuti, abusus)
    we abuse, exhaust
  52. discubuimus (discumbo, discumbere, discubui, discubitus)
    we recline (at table)
  53. sputa (sputum -i) (n)
    spittle
  54. deterget (detergeo, detergere, detersi, detersus) (2)
    he wipes away
  55. temulentorum (temulentus, temulenta, temulentum)
    of drunken (people)
  56. subditus (subdo, subdere, subdidi, subditus)
    having been placed under, crouched down
  57. colligit (colligo, colligere, collegi, collectus) (3)
    he collects, picks up
  58. pretiosas (pretiosus, pretiosa)
    expensive
  59. scindit (scindo, scindere, scidi, scissus)
    he cuts, carves
  60. clunes (clunis, clunis) (mfn)
    rumps, hindquarters
  61. ductibus (ductus, ductus) (m)
    • commands, here: strokes
    • (??)
  62. frustra (is there a 'frustrum, -i (n)')?
    ??
  63. excutit (excutio, excutere, excussi, excussus)
    he cuts out
  64. altilia (altilis, altilis) (f)
    fat(tened) fowl
  65. decenter (adv)
    properly
  66. secet (seco, secare, secui, sectus)
    he should cut, carve
  67. docet (doceo, docere, docui, doctus) (2)
    he teaches
  68. discit (disco, discere, didici, discitus) (3)
    he acquires knowledge, learns of
  69. muliebrem (muliebris, muliebris, muliebre)
    feminine, womanly
  70. ornatus (orno, ornare, ornavi, ornatus)
    having been dressed
  71. aetate (aetas, aetatis) (f)
    age
  72. luctatur (luctor, luctari, luctatus)
    he wrestles
  73. convivarum (conviva -ae) (f)
    dinner guests
  74. censura (censura, censurae) (f)
    oversight
  75. intemperantia (intemperantia, intemperantiae) (f)
    immodesty
  76. gulae (gula, gulae) (f)
    appetite
  77. crastinum (crastinum, crastini) (n)
    tomorrow
  78. immittere (immitto, immittere, immisi, immissus)
    to send in, to involve
  79. usu (usus, usus) (m)
    use
  80. disputare (disputo, disputare, disputavi, disputatus)
    to debate
  81. praecepti (praeceptum, praecepti) (n)
    teaching, advice
  82. forsitan (adv)
    perhaps
  83. coeperit (coepio, coepere, coepi, coeptus)
    [end (12)]
    she had begun

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