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Flashcards in Horace, Satire 1.3.63-79 Deck (39):
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simplex –icis

artless, naïve, lacking guile

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impellō impellere impulī impulsum

to strike against, impel

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quīvīs quaevīs quodvīs or (subst.) quidvīs

who or what thou pleasest; any whatever, any

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sermō sermōnis m.

conversation, discussion; rumor; diction; speech; talk; the word

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molestus –a –um

annoying; troublesome; tiresome [molestus esse => to be a worry/nuisance]

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commūnis commūnis commūne

common, joint, public; general, universal; ordinary; sociable, courteous; related; neutral, impartial; applicable on either side; same form for two cases

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sēnsus sēnsūs m.

perception, feeling; sense

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plānē

clearly, distinctly

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careō carēre caruī caritūrus

to lack, be without, be free from (+ abl.)

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temerē

rashly, blindly

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sanciō sancīre sānxī sānctus

to confirm, ratify; sanction; fulfill (prophesy); enact (law); ordain; dedicate

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inīquus –a –um

uneven; inequitable, unjust

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nāscor nāscī nātus sum

to be born

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urgeō urgēre ursī

to press/squeeze/bear hard/down; tread/traverse continually; push/shove/thrust; spur on, urge; press hard in attack/pursuit, beset, follow hard on heels of; hem in; threaten by proximity; press verbally/argument/point; follow up

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compensō (1)

to balance mentally, weigh (against) (with cum + abl.)

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modo

provided that; only, just; now, just now

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trutina –ae f.

balance, set of scales

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īdem eadem idem

same

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tūber –eris m.

protuberance, lump, wen

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proprius –a –um

own, very own; individual; special, particular, characteristic

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offendō offendere offendī offēnsus

to offend, give offense (to); displease/annoy/vex; trouble/upset, hurt (feelings); strike/knock against; bump into; stumble upon; spoil/harm; meet, find, encounter, be faced with; run aground; violate/wrong

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amīcus amīcī m.

male friend

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postulō postulāre postulāvī postulātus

to demand, claim; require; ask/pray for

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īgnōscō īgnōscere īgnōvī īgnōtus

to pardon, forgive (+ dat.)

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verrūca –ae f.

wart

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peccō peccāre peccāvī peccātus

to commit a wrong, injure

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venia veniae f.

indulgence, pardon

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poscō poscere poposcī

to ask, demand

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rūrsus or rūrsum

turned back, backward; on the contrary/other hand, in return, in turn, again

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quātenus

to what point, how far

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excīdō –ere –cīdī –cīsus

to cut out; cut off, away, or down; destroy (> ex and caedo)

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penitus or penitē

inwardly, internally, entirely

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pondus ponderis n.

weight, burden, impediment

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modulus –ī m.

measure, unit of measurement

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ūtor ūtī ūsus sum

to use; experience, enjoy (+ abl.)

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quisque quidque/quīcque

each, every; each one, every one, everything; in apposition w. pl.

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supplicium supplici(ī) n.

punishment, suffering; supplication; torture

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dēlictum –ī n.

wrong; transgression

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coerceō coercēre coercuī coercitus

to enclose, confine; restrain, check, curb, repress; limit; preserve; punish; keep in order, control