Letter 114 (1/2): Seneca

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Letter 114 (1/2): Seneca
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  1. oratio -onis (f)
    speech
  2. inflata (inflatus, inflata)
    inflated, puffed up
  3. vigeret (vigeo, vigere, -, -)
    be active, flourish
  4. infracta (infractus, infracta, infractum)
    broken; humble in tone
  5. cantici (canticum, cantici) (f)
    a song, sing-song
  6. ducta (duco, ducere, duxi, ductus)
    having been led; having been considered
  7. egressi (egredior, egredi, egressus)
    having come out; having surpassed
  8. fidem (fides, fidei) (f)
    belief
  9. abruptae (abrumpo, abrumpere, abrupi, abruptus)
    having been broken
  10. sententiae (sententia, sententiae) (f)
    opinions, feelings; sentences
  11. inverecunde (inverecundus, inverecunda, inverecundum)
    shameless
  12. vulgo
  13. talis...qualis
    • such as x... such as y
    • 'x is just like y'
  14. delicias (delicia, deliciae) (f)
    airs, affectations, self-indulgence
  15. lascivia (lascivia, lasciviae) (f)
    wantonness
  16. approbata (approbo, approbare, approbavi, approbatus)
    having been approved, commended
  17. vitiato (vitio, vitiare, vitiavi, vitiatus)
    having been spoiled
  18. elanguit (elanguesco, elanguescere, elangui, -)
    is slackened
  19. trahi (traho, trahere, traxi, tractus)
    to be dragged
  20. incessu (incessus, incessus) (m)
    walk
  21. mollitiam (mollitia, mollitiae) (f)
    softness, effeminacy
  22. ferox (ferox, (gen.), ferocis)
    ferocious! arrogant, wild
  23. concitari (concito, concitare, concitavi, concitatus)
    to be spurred, rushed
  24. gradum (gradus, gradus) (m)
    step
  25. furit (furio, furiare, furiavi, furiatus)
    he is enraged
  26. furori (furor, furoris) (m)
    frenzy, madness
  27. turbatum (turbo, turbare, turbavi, turbatus)
    having been agitated
  28. permixtum (permisceo, permiscere, permiscui, permixtus)
    having been mixed together
  29. fingitur (fingo, fingere, finxi, fictus)
    it is created, shaped
  30. vixerit (vivo, vivere, vixi, victus)
    he lived
  31. latere (lateo, latere, latui, -)
    to lie hidden
  32. soluta (solvo, solvere, solvi, solutus)
    having been loosened
  33. discinctus (discinctus, discincta, discinctum)
    wearing loose clothes
  34. cultus (cultus, cultus) (m)
    training, refinement, style
  35. vitasset (vito, vitare, vitavi, vitatus)
    he had avoided
  36. difflueret (diffluo, diffluere, diffluxi, diffluctus)
    he was rambling
  37. involutam (involvo, involvere, involvi, involutus)
    having been rolled along
  38. licentiae (licentia, licentiae) (f)
    disorder; outspokenness
  39. incesserit (incedo, incedere, incessi, incessus)
    he went along
  40. fungeretur (fungor, fungi, functus)
    he was performing, executing
  41. signum -i (n)
    the seal, signature
  42. rostris
  43. coetu (coetus, coetus) (m)
    meeting, encounter
  44. pallio (pallium, palli(i)) (n)
    (Greek) cloak
  45. velaretur (velo, velare, velavi, velatus)
    it/he is clothed/wrapped in
  46. utrimque (adv)
    on both sides
  47. aliter (adv)
    in any other way; otherwise
  48. mimo (mimus -um) (m)
    farce, mime
  49. fugitivi (fugitivus, fugitivi) (m)
    runaway slaves
  50. diuitis (dives, divitis) (m)
    rich man
  51. civilibus (civilis, civilis, civile)
    civil
  52. strepentibus (strepo, strepere, strepui, strepitus)
    resounding
  53. sollicita (sollicitus, sollicita, sollicitum)
    concerned, upset
  54. armata (armatus, armata)
    armed, fortified
  55. spadones (spado, spadonis) (m)
    eunuchs
  56. milliens (adv)
    countless times
  57. improbe (improbus, improba, improbum)
    immoderate, unsound
  58. pravos (pravus, prava, pravum)
    crooked, misshapen
  59. tribuitur (tribuo, tribuere, tribui, tributus)
    it is bestowed, assigned
  60. mansuetudinis (mansuetudo, mansuetudinis) (f)
    clemency, gentleness
  61. pepercit (parco, parcere, peperci, parsus)
    he was sparing
  62. portentosissimae (portentuosus, portentuosa, portentuosum)
    most monstrous, unnatural
  63. mollem (mollis, molle)
    effeminate, womanish
  64. mitem (mitis, mite)
    mild, gentle
  65. ambages (ambages, ambagis) (f)
    ambiguities
  66. transversa (transversus, transversa, transversum)
    inverted(?)
  67. enervati (enervo, enervare, enervavi, enervatus)
    having been weakened
  68. exeunt (exeo, exire, exivi(ii), exitus)
    they expire
  69. nimia (nimius, nimia, nimium)
    excessive
  70. interdum (adv)
    sometimes
  71. late
  72. fudit (fundo, fundere, fudi, fusus)
    it scatters, sheds
  73. supellectili (supellex, supellectilis) (f)
    furniture
  74. impenditur (impendo, impendere, impendi, impensus)
    it is devoted, spent
  75. laxitatem (laxitas, laxitatis) (f)
    largeness, spaciousness
  76. parietes (paries, parietis) (m)
    (house) walls
  77. advectis (advectus, advecta, advectum)
    imported
  78. marmoribus (marmor, marmoris) (m)
    marble
  79. fulgeant (fulgeo, fulgere, fulsi, -)
    they might shine, glitter
  80. lacunaribus (lacunar, lacunaris) (n)
    the ceilings
  81. pavimentorum (pavimentum, pavimenti) (n)
    of the floors
  82. nitor (nitor, nitoris) (m)
    splendour
  83. lautitia (lautitia, lautitiae) (f)
    elegance, luxury
  84. dentur (do, dare, dedi, datus)
    they are given

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