Letter 53: Seneca

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Letter 53: Seneca
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  1. navigarem (navigo, navigare, navigavi, navigatus)
    navigate; sail
  2. solvi (solvo, solvere, solvi, solutus) (3)
    I set sail; also 'let loose'
  3. fere (adv)
    generally
  4. resolvuntur (resolvo, resolvere, resolvi, resolutus) (3)
    loosen, release
  5. pauca (paucus, pauca)
    few
  6. milia (mille, milis) (n)
    miles
  7. surripi (surripio, surripere, surripui, surreptus) (3)
    to be stolen away from
  8. impendente (impendeo, impendere, -, -) (2)
    threatening
  9. protinus (adv)
    at once
  10. derexi (derigo, derigere, derexi, derectus) (3)
    I steered, directed
  11. praecisurus (praecido, praecidere, praecidi, praecisus) (3)
    going to cut short
  12. sinus (sinus, sinus) (m)
    the bays
  13. corruperat (corrumpo, corrumpere, corrupi, corruptus)
    it had bribed, tempted
  14. periit (pereo, perire, perivi(ii), peritus)
    it passed away, came to nothing
  15. fluctus (fluctus, fluctus) (m)
    waves
  16. aspera (asper, aspra)
    rough, uneven, harsh
  17. passum (patior, pati, passus)
    having suffered
  18. erepo (?
    I scrambled over
  19. immerito (adv)
    without cause
  20. tulerim (fero, ferre, tuli, latus)
    I should have borne, endured
  21. natum (nascor, nasci, natus)
    having been born
  22. ubique (adv)
    everywhere
  23. naufragia (naufragium, naufragi(i)) (n)
    shipwrecks
  24. quocumque (adv)
    anywhere;wherever
  25. vicensimo (undecl)
    twentieth
  26. collegi (colligo, colligere, collegi, collectus) (3)
    I gathered together, recovered
  27. recreavi (recreo, recreare, recreavi, recreatus)
    I restored, revived
  28. oblivio (oblivio, oblivionis) (f)
    forgetfulness
  29. corporalium (corporalis, corporalis, corporale)
    physical, of the body
  30. nedum (conj)
    much more, not to speak of
  31. latent (lateo, latere, latui, -) (2)
    they lie hidden
  32. motiuncula -ae (f)
    shiver, fever
  33. decipitur (decipio, decipere, decepi, deceptus) (3)
    it is cheated, deceived
  34. crevit (cresco, crescere, crevi, cretus) (3)
    it has increased
  35. febris -is (f)
    fever
  36. exarsit (exardo, exardere, exarsi, exarsus) (3)
    it has broken out, inflamed
  37. perpessicio (perpessicius, a, um)
    able to endure much
  38. exprimit (exprimo, exprimere, expressi, expressus) (3)
    it pushes out
  39. articuli (articulus, articuli) (m)
    joints
  40. punctiunculas (a, -ae) (f)
    a tingling sensation
  41. dissimulamus (dissimulo, dissimulare, dissimulavi, dissimulatus)
    we conceal
  42. talum (talus -i) (m)
    ankle(bone)
  43. extorsisse (extorqueo, extorquere, extorsi, extortus) (2)
    to have twisted
  44. laborasse (laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus)
    to be tired, over-worked
  45. talaria (talaris, talaris, talare)
    of the ankle, neut pl - ankles
  46. intendere (intendo, intendere, intendi, intentus) (3)
    to stretch, swell
  47. podagram (podagra, podagrae) (f)
    gout
  48. fateri (fateor, fateri, fassus)
    +ACC
    • to acknowledge
    • +Acc = 'confess'
  49. evenit (evenio, evenire, eveni, eventus) (4)
    it happens
  50. afficiuntur (afficio, afficere, affeci, affectus) (3)
    they are affected
  51. species (species, speciei) (5) (f)
    type
  52. sopor -oris (m)
    deep sleep
  53. intellectu (intellectus, intellectus) (m)
    understanding, meaning
  54. vigilantis (vigilans, vigilantis)
    wide awake
  55. expergiscamur (expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus)
    we stir ourselves
  56. coarguere (coarguo, coarguere, coargui, -)
    convict, overwhelm with proof
  57. excutiet (excutio, excutere, excussi, excussus)
    it will shake off
  58. complexum (complexus, complexus) (m)
    an embrace
  59. alter alterius
    'one another'
  60. aperte (adv)
    openly, frankly
  61. precario (precarius, precaria, precarium)
    'with doubt', on precarious terms etc
  62. intermisisses (intermitto, intermittere, intermisi, intermissus)
    you would interrupt
  63. forensia (forensis, forensis, forense)
    public (matters)
  64. negotium -i (n)
    business duties
  65. excidissent (excido, excidere, excidi, - )
    they would disappear
  66. remissione (remissio, remissionis) (f)
    abatement
  67. descenderes (descendo, descendere, descendi, descensus)
    you should come down
  68. dimitte (dimitto, dimittere, dimisi, dimissus)
    let go! send away!
  69. subsiciua (subsicivus, subsiciva, subsicivum)
    spare
  70. ordinaria (ordinarius, ordinaria, ordinarium)
    ordinary things, everyday things
  71. dimidium (dimidium, dimidii)
    half
  72. proposito (propositum, propositi) (n)
    intention, purpose
  73. dedissetis (do, dare, dedi, datus)
    you had given
  74. superfuerit (supersum, superesse, superfui, superfuturus)
    it should have been left over
  75. reiecero (reicio, reicere, rejeci, rejectus)
    I might reject
  76. conuerte (converto, convertere, converti, conversus)
    turn to!
  77. asside (assideo, assidere, assedi, assessus) (2)
    sit beside!
  78. cole (colo, colere, colui, cultus)
    cherish!
  79. antecedes (antecedo, antecedere, antecessi, antecessus)
    you will surpass
  80. clusisse (cludo, cludere, clusi, clusus)
    to have confined
  81. exiguo (exiguus, exigua, exiguum)
    little, small
  82. sapienti (sapiens, sapientis) (m)
    the wise man
  83. patet (pateo, patere, patui, -)
    he extends
  84. retundendam (retundo, retundere, rettudi, retunsus) (3)
    blunting, weakening
  85. solida (solidus, solida)
    firm, solid
  86. defatigat (defatigo, defatigare, defatigavi, defatigatus)
    she tires, breaks the force of
  87. velut (adv)
    just as
  88. laxo (laxus, laxa)
    loose
  89. sinu (sinus, us) (m)
    folds
  90. discutit (discutio, discutere, discussi, discussus)
    she strikes down
  91. miserat (mitto, mittere, misi, missus)
    she hurled
  92. respuit (respuo, respuere, respui, - )
    ///
    she repels, rejects

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