Letter 122 (1/2): Seneca

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Letter 122 (1/2): Seneca
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  1. detrimentum -i (n)
    diminishment
  2. resiluit (resilio, resilire, resilui, -)
    it rebound, shrunk back
  3. aliquantum (aliquantum, aliquanti) (n)
    a considerable part
  4. surgat (surgo, surgere, surrexi, surrectus) (3)
    it should grow
  5. officiosior (officiosus, officiosa, officiosum)
    more attentive
  6. vigilia (vigilia, vigiliae) (f)
    watch, wakefulness
  7. antelucanum (antelucanum, antelucani) (n)
    hours before dawn
  8. diducant (diduco, diducere, diduxi, diductus) (3)
    they draw open
  9. hesterna (hesternus, hesterna, hesternum)
    of yesterday
  10. crapula (crapula, crapulae) (f)
    drunkenness, or hangover
  11. appetere (appeto, appetere, appetivi, appetitus) (3)
    to approach
  12. condicio (condicio, condicionis) (f)
    situation; agreement
  13. subditos (subditus, subdita, subditum)
    hidden(?)
  14. Oriens (oriens, orientis) (m)
    Dawn
  15. afflavit (afflo, afflare, afflavi, afflatus)
    breathed on
  16. anhelis (anhelus, anhela, anhelum)
    panting
  17. rubens (rubens, (gen.), rubentis)
    red-tinged
  18. sera (serus, sera)
    late
  19. antipodes (antipodis, antipodis) (m)
    keepers of late hours
  20. orientem (orior, oriri, ortus) nec occidentem (occido, occidere, occidi, occasus)
    the rising nor the setting
  21. condiderunt (condo, condere, condidi, conditus) (3)
    they buried
  22. infausti (infaustus, infausta, infaustum)
    unlucky, unfortunate
  23. unguentoque (unguentum, unguenti) (n)
    oil, perfume
  24. epulis (epula, epulae)
    banquets, feasts
  25. fericula (fericulum, fericuli) (n)
    dishes, courses
  26. discoctis (discoquo, discoquere, discoxi, discoctus)
    having been thoroughly cooked
  27. educant (educo, educere, eduxi, eductus)
    they draw out
  28. convivantur (convivor, convivari, convivatus)
    they feast (together)
  29. iusta (justum, justi) (n)
    funeral rites
  30. mortuis (mortuus, mortui) (m)
    the dead
  31. interdiu (adv)
    during the day
  32. parentatur (parento, parentare, parentavi, parentatus)
    they are given offerings
  33. agenti (agens, (gen.), agentis)
    efficient, active
  34. circumscribatur (circumscribo, circumscribere, circumscripsi, circumscriptus)
    confine, restrict
  35. conviviis (convivium, convivi(i)) (n)
    dinner parties
  36. comparantur (comparo, comparare, comparavi, comparatus)
    they are prepared
  37. continentur (contineo, continere, continui, contentus)
    they are held, kept safe
  38. tumor (tumor, tumoris) (m)
    a swelling
  39. membra (membrum, membri) (n)
    limbs
  40. sagina -ae (f)
    fat?
  41. succrescit (succresco, succrescere, succrevi, -)
    it grows up
  42. dicaverunt (dico, dicare, dicavi, dicatus)
    they dedicated
  43. visuntur (viso, visere, visi, visus)
    they seem
  44. quippe (adv)
    naturally, of course
  45. suspectior (comp adj?)
    more concerning?
  46. euanidi (evanidus, evanida, evanidum)
    passing away
  47. albent (albeo, albere, -, -)
    they are white
  48. caro (caro, carnis) (f)
    flesh
  49. morticina (morticinus, morticina, morticinum)
    of dead tissue
  50. stupet (stupeo, stupere, stupui, -) (2)
    he is dazed
  51. caligat (caligo, caligare, caligavi, caligatus)
    he has dim vision
  52. invidet (invideo, invidere, invidi, invisus) (2)
    he envies
  53. pravitas (pravitas, pravitatis) (f)
    bad condition; depravity
  54. aversandi (averto, avertere, averti, aversus) (3)
    in withdrawing
  55. deserunt (desero, deserere, deserui, desertus)
    desert, abandon
  56. propositum -i (n)
    purpose, intention
  57. ieiuni (jejunus, jejuna)
    hungry, empty of food
  58. inanibus (inanis, inanis, inane)
    empty
  59. ebrii (ebrius, ebria, ebrium)
    intoxicated
  60. excolunt (excolo, excolere, excolui, excultus)
    they develop, improve
  61. paene (adv)
    almost
  62. sudorem (sudor, sudoris) (m)
    sweat, hard labour
  63. potionibus (potio, potionis) (f)
    drinks
  64. crebris (creber, crebra)
    numerous
  65. destringant (destringo, destringere, destrinxi, destrictus)
    they rub down
  66. ignari (ignarus, ignara, ignarum)
    ignorant, strange
  67. merum -i (n)
    unmixed wine
  68. innatat (innato, innatare, innatavi, innatatus)
    it floats upon
  69. ebrietas (ebrietas, ebrietatis) (f)
    intoxication
  70. commutant (commuto, commutare, commutavi, commutatus)
    they (ex)change
  71. hieme (hiems, hiemis) (f)
    winter, cold
  72. concupiscunt (concupisco, concupiscere, concupivi, concupitus)
    they long for, desire
  73. fomentoque (fomentum, fomenti) (n)
    hot/cold compress
  74. calentium (caleo, calere, calui, -)
    being kept warm
  75. calorum (calor, oris) (m)
    heat, warmth
  76. apta (aptus, apta)
    apt, suitable, proper
  77. brumalium (brumalis, brumalis, brumale)
    during winter, wintry
  78. vernum (vernus, verna, vernum)
    spring
  79. praecipiunt (praecipio, praecipere, praecepi, praeceptus)
    they anticipate
  80. pomaria (pomarium, pomari(i)) (n)
    orchard
  81. turribus (turris, turris) (f)
    towers
  82. serunt (sero, serere, sevi, satus)_
    they cultivate, sow
  83. fastigiis (fastigium, fastigi(i)) (n)
    rooves
  84. nutant (nuto, nutare, nutavi, nutatus)
    they wave, sway
  85. inde (adv)
    • from that time
    • from that cause
  86. radicibus (radix, radicis) (f)
    roots, bases
  87. improbe (adv)
    recklessly
  88. cacumina (cacumen, cacuminis) (n)
    tips of trees
  89. fundamenta (fundamentum, fundamenti) (n)
    basis, foundation
  90. thermarum (therma, thermae) (f)
    bath(room)s
  91. calentia (caleo as above!)
    being warm
  92. natare (nato, natare, natavi, natatus)
    to swim
  93. delicate (adv)
    luxuriously
  94. stagna (stagnum, -i) (n)
    standing water
  95. feriantur (ferio, ferire, -, -)
    they are struck
  96. consuetudinem (consuetudo, consuetudinis) (f)
    custom, habit
  97. desciscunt (descisco, desciscere, descivi, descitus)
    they desert, deviate
  98. lucet (luceo, lucere, luxi, -)
    it is clear
  99. gestemur (gesto, gestare, gestavi, gestatus)
    let us carry(?)
  100. propius (adv)
    nearer

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