Letter 47 (Pt 2/2): Seneca

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Letter 47 (Pt 2/2): Seneca
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  1. dementer (adv)
    ??
  2. comiter (adv)
    kindly, affably
  3. admitte (admitto, admittere, admisi, admissus)
    permit! allow!
  4. convictum (convictus, convictus) (m)
    cohabitation/friendship
  5. acclamabit (acclamo, acclamare, acclamavi, acclamatus)
    • it will protest
    • it will applaud
  6. delicatorum (delicatus, delicati) (m)
    the pleasure-seekers, luxuriators
  7. humilius (humilis, humile, humilior)
    more base, mean
  8. deprendam (deprendo, deprendere, deprendi, deprensus)
    i might catch out/surprise
  9. osculantes (osculor, osculari, osculatus)
    kissing
  10. invidiam (invidia -ae) (f)
    envy, dislike
  11. in mimis
    in similar form
  12. instituerunt (instituo, instituere, institui, institutus) (3)
    they founded
  13. vescerentur (vescor, vesci, -) (3) +ABL
    they should eat with
  14. utique (adv)
    certainly, for certain
  15. gerere (gero, gerere, gessi, gestus) (3)
    to bear, attain
  16. permiserunt (permitto, permittere, permisi, permissus)
    they allowed
  17. pusillam (pusillus, pusilla)
    very small
  18. sordidioris (sordidus, sordida)
    more vulgar
  19. reiecturum esse (rejicio, rejicere, rejeci, rejectus) (3)
    to be going to reject, refuse
  20. puta  (f)
    for example
  21. mulionem (mulio, mulionis) (m)
    mule-driver
  22. bubulcum (bubulcus, bubulci) (m)
    herdsman
  23. moribus (mos, moris) (m)
    by character, behaviour
  24. casus (casus, casus) (m)
    chance, fortune
  25. attenderis (attendo, attendere, attendi, attentus)
    you should pay attention
  26. artifice (artifex, artificis) (mfn)
    artist
  27. tempta (tempto, temptare, temptavi, temptatus)
    try!
  28. experire (experior, experiri, expertus) (4)
    to experience
  29. empturus (emo, emere, emi, emptus) (3)
    going to buy
  30. inspicit (inspicio, inspicere, inspexi, inspectus) (3)
    he inspects, examines
  31. stratum -i (n)
    saddle
  32. frenos (frenus, freni) (m)
    bridle
  33. veste (vestis, vestis) (f)
    clothing
  34. condicione (condicio, condicionis) (f)
    situation
  35. fortasse (adv)
    perhaps
  36. nocebit (noceo, nocere, nocui, nocitus) (2)
    it will harm
  37. ostende (ostendo, ostendere, ostendi, ostensus) (3)
    show!
  38. spei (spes, spei) (f)
    hope
  39. amiculae (amicula, amiculae) (f)
    mistress
  40. ancillulae (ancillula, ancillulae) (f)
    serving girl
  41. divitem (dives, divitis) (m)
    a rich man
  42. iuvenes (juvenis, juvenis, juvene)
    youthful (men)
  43. pantomimorum (pantomima, pantomimae) (f)
    of mimes
  44. deterreant (deterreo, deterrere, deterrui, deterritus) (2)
    they should discourage
  45. quominus (conj)
    that not
  46. hilarem (hilaris, hilare)
    cheerful
  47. colant (colo, colere, colui, cultus) (3)
    they should respect, honour
  48. potius (comp adv)
    more strongly
  49. pilleum (pilleum, pillei) (n)
    the cap of freedom/manumission
  50. fastigio (fastigium, fastigi(i)) (n)
    the top
  51. deicere (deicio, deicere, dejeci, dejectus) (3)
    to bring down
  52. prorsus (adv)
    in short
  53. salutatores (salutator, salutatoris) (m)
    early-morning callers
  54. obliviscetur (obliviscor, oblivisci, oblitus) +GEN
    he forgets
  55. sat (adv)
    enough
  56. misceri (misceo, miscere, miscui, mixtus) (2)
    to be mixed
  57. rectissime (rectus, recta)
    most proper
  58. muta (mutus, muta, mutum)
    dumb things (animals)
  59. laedit (laedo, laedere, laesi, laesus)
    it injures
  60. rabiem (rabies, rabiei) (f)
    madness
  61. cogunt (cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus)
    they compel
  62. iram (ira -ae) (f)
    anger
  63. voluntate (voluntas, voluntatis) (f)
    wish, will
  64. evocet (evoco, evocare, evocavi, evocatus)
    it summons
  65. induimus (induo, induere, indui, indutus)
    we clothed, covered
  66. obliti (obliviscor, oblivisci, oblitus) +GEN
    been forgotten
  67. imbecillitatis (imbecillitas, imbecillitatis) (f)
    weakness
  68. excandescunt (excandesco, excandescere, excandui, -)
    they blaze
  69. saeviunt (saevio, saevire, saevivi, saevitus)
    they rage, bluster
  70. tutissimos (from tueor, tueri, tutus) (2)
    fully protected
  71. permanent (permaneo, permanere, permansi, permansus)
    they endure
  72. leius
    ? fickle?
  73. malitia (malitia, malitiae) (f)
    //
    ill-will; vice

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