Letter 122 (2/2): Seneca

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Letter 122 (2/2): Seneca
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  1. oportet (oportet, oportere, oportuit, -)
    it is fitting, necessary
  2. trita (tritus, trita, tritum)
    common
  3. publicus (publicus, publica, publicum)
    common, ordinary
  4. proprium (proprius, propria, proprium)
    special, of one's very own
  5. mane (f) (indecl)
    morning
  6. peculiare (peculiaris, peculiaris, peculiare)
    exceptional
  7. defunctorum (defungor, defungi, defunctus)
    having died
  8. quantulum (quantulus, quantula, quantulum)
    how small, little
  9. funere (funus, eris) (n)
    funeral, burial
  10. faces (fax, facis) (f)
    torches
  11. cereos (cereus, cerei) (m)
    tapers, candles
  12. meminimus (memini, meminisse, -)
    We recall
  13. patrimonium (patrimonium, patrimoni(i)) (n)
    inheritance
  14. paupertatem (paupertas, paupertatis) (f)
    poverty
  15. experrectus (expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus)
    having awoken
  16. carmen (carmen, carminis) (n)
    a poem
  17. frigore
  18. inserebat (insero, inserere, inserui, insertus)
    he was putting in, inserting
  19. indignaretur (indignor, indignari, indignatus)
    he resented, was indignant
  20. numquid (adv)
    can it be that...?
  21. liberalius (liberalis, liberalis, liberale)
    more generous, honourable
  22. Phoebus
    Apollo! God of light, dawn
  23. rubicunda (us a um)
    ruddy
  24. hirundo -onis (f)
    swallow
  25. argutis
  26. immittere (immitto, immittere, immisi, immissus)
    insert, let in
  27. nidis (nidus um) (m)
    nestlings
  28. molli (mollis, molle, mollior)
    gentle
  29. partitos (partior, partiri, partitus)
    having shared, divided
  30. ore (os, oris) (m)
    mouth, beak
  31. comes (comes, comitis) (mf)
    companion, associate
  32. assectator (assectator, assectatoris) (m)
    disciple, follower
  33. merebatur (mereor, mereri, meritus)
    he deserved, earned
  34. armenta (armentum, armenti) (n)
    herds
  35. sopitis (sopio, sopire, sopivi, sopitus)
    having been put to sleep, made drowsy
  36. ibo (eo, ire, ivi(ii), itus)
    I will go!
  37. contrarium (contrarium, contrarii)
    opposite
  38. circumacta (circumago, circumagere, circumegi, circumactus)
    having been turned over
  39. iucundius (jucundus a um)
    more pleasing
  40. obvium (obvius, obvia, obvium)
    exposed to; in the way
  41. conscientiae (conscientia, conscientiae) (f)
    conscience
  42. concupiscenti (concupisco, concupiscere, concupivi, concupitus)
    eagerly desiring, craving
  43. contemnenti (contemno, contemnere, contempsi, contemptus)
    scorning, desiring
  44. prout (conj)
    just as
  45. parvo (parvus a um)
    little, small
  46. empta sunt (emo, emere, emi, emptus)
    they have been bought
  47. fastidio (fastidium, fastidi(i)) (n)
    loathing, contempt
  48. praeterea (adv)
    besides
  49. aliquotiens (adv)
    several times
  50. comedunt (comedo, comedere, comedi, comesus)
    consume, eat up; waste
  51. notabilem (notabilis, notabilis, notabile)
    remarkable, notable, (notorious)?
  52. vulgaris (vulgaris, vulgaris, vulgare)
    commonplace, everyday
  53. nequitia -ae (f)
    wickedness
  54. lychnobium (lychnobius, um) (m)
    one who lives by the lamp
  55. proprietates (proprietas, proprietatis) (f)
    characters
  56. comprendi (comprehendo, comprehendere, comprehendi, comprehensus)
    to be expressed, dealt with
  57. simplex (simplex, (gen.), simplicis)
    simple!
  58. rectum -i (n)
    good, virtue, righteousness
  59. declinationes (declinatio, declinationis) (f)
    avoidance, diversions, swerves
  60. moribus (mos, moris) (m)
    Distinguish: mors, mortis (f)
    habits, ways
  61. evenit (evenio, evenire, eveni, eventus)
    it happens
  62. exiguas (exiguus, exigua, exiguum)
    a little, meagre, scanty
  63. sequentium (sequor)
    pres part - following
  64. plurimum (plurimum, plurimi) (n)
    the greatest amount
  65. praecipua (praecipuus, praecipua, praecipuum)
    particular, especial
  66. munditiis (munditia, munditiae) (f)
    cleanliness, elegance of manners
  67. vehiculorum (vehiculum, vehiculi) (n)
    carriages
  68. dispositione (dispositio, dispositionis) (f)
    orderly arrangement, division
  69. infamia -ae (f)
    disgrace
  70. praemium -i (n)
    prize, reward
  71. retro (adv)
    backwards
  72. declinandum (declino, declinare, declinavi, declinatus)
    swaying, varying, diverging
  73. nitentibus (nitor, niti, nisus)
    pres part - struggling
  74. remigantibus (remigo, remigare, remigavi, remigatus)
    ///
    rowing

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