Letter 56: Seneca

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Letter 56: Seneca
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  1. avocare (avoco, avocare, avocavi, avocatus)
    to call away, distract
  2. verberat (verbero, verberare, verberavi, verberatus)
    it had struck
  3. avocatione (avocatio, avocationis) (f)
    distraction
  4. circumstrepunt (circumstrepo, circumstrepere, circumstrepui, circumstrepitus) (3)
    they surround with noise
  5. essedas (essedum, essedi) (n)
    carriages
  6. fabrum (faber, fabri) (m)
    carpenter
  7. inquilinum (inquilinus, inquilini) (m)
    inhabitant of same block
  8. ferrarium (ferrarius, ferrarii) (m)
    blacksmith
  9. vicinum (vicinus, vicina, vicinum)
    neighbouring
  10. metam (meta, metae) (f)
    cone(-shaped fountain)
  11. sudantem (sudo, sudare, sudavi, sudatus)
    perspiring
  12. tabulas (tabula, ae) (f)
    tablets, paintings
  13. tibias (tibia, tibiae) (f)
    flutes
  14. vel (adv)
    even
  15. pausarium
    A hapax?
    rowing commander; cox?
  16. remigibus (remex, remigis) (m)
    'pausarium voce acerbissima remigibus modos dantem'
    rowers
  17. intentum (intentus, intenta)
    'animum cogo sibi intentum esse'
    serious, strict
  18. foris (adv)
    outdoors
  19. resonent (resono, resonare, resonavi, resonatus)
    they resound
  20. intus (intus)
    at home; inside
  21. rixentur (rixor, rixari, rixatus)
    they quarrel
  22. dissideant (dissideo, dissidere, dissedi, dissessus) (2)
    they should disagree
  23. silentium (silentium, silenti(i)) (n)
    Distinguish: silens, silentis
    silence
  24. affectus (affectus, affectus) (m)
    feelings, moods
  25. fremunt (fremo, fremere, fremui, fremitus)
    they are raging
  26. composta (compostus, composta)
    calm
  27. tacita (taceo, tacere, tacui, tacitus) (2)
    having been silenced
  28. exhibet (exhibeo, exhibere, exhibui, exhibitus)
    it presents, exhibits
  29. tollit (tollo, tollere, sustuli, sublatus)
    it destroys, removes
  30. sollicitudines (sollicitudo, sollicitudinis) (f)
    concerns, anxieties
  31. explicatur (explico, explicare, explicavi, explicatus)
    is exhibited, unfolded
  32. aspice (aspicio, aspicere, aspexi, aspectus) (3)
    consider! Look!
  33. laxae (laxus, laxa)
    spacious
  34. agitet (agito, agitare, agitavi, agitatus)
    it should stir
  35. conticuit (conticisco, conticiscere, conticui, -) (3)
    it lapsed into silence
  36. suspensum (suspensus, suspensa, suspensum)
    in a state of anxiety
  37. propius (propior, propior, propius)
    nearer
  38. vestigium (vestigium, vestigi(i)) (n)
    footstep
  39. huc (adv)
    to this point
  40. nempe (conj)
    truly, certainly
  41. aegritudines (aegritudo, aegritudinis) (f)
    afflictions, anxieties, grief
  42. captans (capio, capere, cepi, captus)
    catching
  43. queritur (queror, queri, questus)
    'somnum quae non audit, audisse se queritur'
    he complains, grumbles
  44. obstrepit (obstrepo, obstrepere, obstrepui, obstrepitus) (3)
    'animus illi obstrepit'
    it is roaring
  45. placandus (placo, placare, placavi, placatus)
    going to be placated, soothed
  46. compescenda (compesco, compescere, compescui, - )
    'compescenda seditio est'
    going to be held in check, quenched
  47. seditio (seditio, seditionis) (f)
    rebellion
  48. iacet (jaceo, jacere, jacui, jacitus) (2)
    Distinguish: jacto, jactare, jactavi, jactatus
    Distinguish: jacio, jacere, jeci, jactus
    it lies (still)
  49. interdum (adv)
    sometimes
  50. inquieta (inquietus, inquieta)
    restless, unquiet
  51. actus (actus, actus) (m)
    deed
  52. excitandi (excito, excitare, excitavi, excitatus)
    cause, rouse, stir up
  53. tractatione (tractatus, tractatus) (m)
    handling, management, treatment
  54. impatiens (impatiens, impatientis)
    impatient, intolerant; unbearable
  55. male parere
    to obey/comply badly; to be mutinous
  56. detinent (detineo, detinere, detinui, detentus) (2)
    he occupies, detains
  57. vacat (vaco, vacare, vacavi, vacatus)
    he/it is free, idle
  58. lasciuire (lascivio, lascivire, lascivi, lascivitus) (4)
    to run riot
  59. districtis (distringo, distringere, distrinxi, districtus) (3)
    having been over-stretched
  60. otii (otium, oti(i)) (n)
    leisure, spare time, lull
  61. negotio (negotium, negoti(i)) (n)
    work, activity
  62. discuti (discutio, discutere, discussi, discussus)
    'otii vitia negotio discuti'
    to be dissolved
  63. taedio (taedium, taedi(i)) (n)
    Distinguish: taeda, -ae (f)
    disgust; weariness
  64. ingratae (ingratus, ingrata, ingratum)
    unpleasant; ungrateful
  65. paenitentia (paenitentia, paenitentiae) (f)
    change of attitude; regret
  66. secessisse (secedo, secedere, secessi, secessus)
    to have withdrawn
  67. latebra (latebra, latebrae) (f)
    retreat, lair
  68. lassitudo (lassitudo, lassitudinis) (f)
    exhaustion
  69. recrudescit (recrudesco, recrudescere, recrudui, -) (3)
    it breaks open

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