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Flashcards in Horace, Satire 1.4.81-100 Deck (34):
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rōdō rōdere rōsī rōsum

to gnaw, eat away, erode; to slander, carp at

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culpō culpāre culpāvī culpātus

to blame, censure

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solūtus –a –um

unbound, free, loose, at large, unfettered, unbandaged

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captō captāre captāvī captātus

to grasp at, seize, captivate

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dicāx

talking sharply, satirical, sarcastic, acute, witty

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fingō fingere fīnxī fīctus

to mold, form, shape; create, invent; produce; imagine; compose; devise, contrive; adapt, transform into; modify (appearance/character/behavior); groom; make up (story/excuse); pretend, pose; forge, counterfeit; act insincerely

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caveō cavēre cāvī cautus

to be careful, beware; avoid, take precautions/defensive action; give/get surety; stipulate

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lectus lectī m.

bed, couch

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cēnō cēnāre cēnāvī cēnātus

to dine, take a meal, eat dinner

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quaternī –ae –a

4 each

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quāvīs

in whatever way you like, in any way possible (rare)

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aspergō –ere –spersī –spersus

to sprinkle upon, to sprinkle (> ad and spargo)

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pōtō pōtāre pōtāvī pōtus

to drink

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condō condere condidī conditus

to put/insert (into); store up/put away, preserve, bottle (wine); bury/inter; sink; build/found, make; shut (eyes); conceal/hide/keep safe; put together, compose; restore; sheathe (sword); plunge/bury (weapon in enemy); put out of sight

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vērāx –ācis

speaking truly, truthful, true, veracious

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aperiō aperīre aperuī apertus

to uncover, open, disclose; explain, recount; reveal; found; excavate; spread out

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praecordia –ōrum n.

the diaphragm or midriff; the vital parts; the heart; the heart as the seat of courage; spirit, heart (> prae and cor)

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cōmis –e

courteous, affable, kind, obliging, friendly, loving

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īnfestus –a –um

hostile, aggressive

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pastillus –ī m.

lozenge

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Rūfillus –ī m.

A Roman name

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Gargonius–ī m.

Gargonius, a Roman male name, otherwise unknown

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hircus –ī m.

he goat

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līvidus –a –um

bluish; envious

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mordax –ācis

biting, caustic

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mentiō mentiōnis f.

mention

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Capitōlīnus –ī m.

the Capitoline Hill in Rome

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fūrtum fūrtī n.

theft; trick, deception; stolen article

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iniciō –ere –iēcī –iectum

to bring into, instill

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Petillius –(i)ī m.

A Roman name

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corām

in person, face–to–face; in one's presence, before one's eyes; publicly, openly

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convictor –ōris m.

intimate friend, companion

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ūtor ūtī ūsus sum

to use; experience, enjoy (+ abl.)

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laetor laetārī laetātus sum

to be glad/joyful/delighted; rejoice; be fond (of), delight in; flourish (on/in)