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forte

by chance, as it happens (adv.)

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via Sacra, viae Sacrae, f.

The Sacred Way (the main street through the Forum)

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sīcut or sīcutī

in the same way as, just as

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mōs, mōris, m.

custom, established practice

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nesciō quid

something or other, some slight part (+ partitive genitive)

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meditor (1)

think about, ponder

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nūgae, -ārum, f. pl.

worthless stuff, trifles

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* accurro, accurrere, accurrī or accucurrī, accursum

accurrō, run up to

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* nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtus

get to know; (perfect) know

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tantum

only

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* arripiō, arripere, arripuī, arreptum

seize by the hand, grab

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dulcis, dulce

sweet

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suāviter

sweetly; nicely

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* cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupitus

desire, yearn for; want desperately

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assector (1)

attend, escort, keep someone company

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num

you surely don’t (expects the answer no)

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occupō (1)

seize, take possession of; act first

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doctus, a, um

learned, wise

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hīc

here

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plus, pluris, n.

more

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miserē

wretchedly; desperately

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* discēdō, discēdere, discessī, discessum

part company; go away, depart

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* quaerō, quaerere, quaesīvī, quaesītus (compounds -quīrō, -quīrere, -quīsīvī, -quīsītus)

seek, look for; ask

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ocior, ocius

quicker (ocius, adv., more quickly)

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interdum

sometimes

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consistō, consistere, constitī

stop moving, come to a halt; stand still

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auris, auris, f.

ear

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puer, puerī, m.

boy; slave

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sūdor, ōris, m.

sweat

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īmus, a, um

lowest

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mānō (1)

flow, pour

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tālus, ī, m.

ankle-bone, ankle

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Bōlānus, ī, m.

a Roman cognomen (Bolanus is not otherwise known)

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cerebrum, -ī, n.

brain; seat of intelligence; seat of anger, anger

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fēlix, fēlīcis

fruitful; lucky; blessed, fortunate

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āiō (defective verb, nb. ait, āiunt)

say yes; affirm; say

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tacitus, a, um

silent

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quīlibet, quaelibet, quidlibet (quī libet, quae libet, quid libet)

whoever you please, whatever you please; anyone at all, anything at all

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garriō, garrīre, garrīvī

chatter about

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vīcus, ī, m.

village; city district, neighborhood

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respondeō, respondēre, respondī, respondum

answer, reply

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* abeō, abīre, abiī or abīvī, abitum

go away, depart

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iamdūdum (iam dūdum)

some while ago now

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usque

all the way to (with ad or in etc.); completely, thoroughly.

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* teneō, tenēre, tenuī, tentus (compounds -tineō, -tinēre, -tinuī, -tentus)

hold

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* persequor, persequī, persecūtus

follow all the way; pursue

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hinc

from this place, from here, hence (adv.)

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quō (quō1)

to what place? (interrog.); to which place, whither

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iter, itineris, n.

journey; route

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opus, operis, n.

work

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opus est

it is essential (+ inf.; or + dat. of the person and ablative of the thing)

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circumagō, circumagere, circumēgī, circumactum

lead around; take someone out of his/her way.”

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vīsō, vīsere, -vīsī

see; go to see, visit”

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Tiberis, is, m. (f.)

the Tiber (river of Rome)

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longē

a long way (adv.)

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cubō (1)

recline, lie down; be confined to bed by illness

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prope

near (adv. and prep. + acc.)

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Caesar

cognomen of the gens Julia; usually Julius Caesar or Augustus or a later emperor

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hortus, ī, m.

garden

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piger, pigra, pigrum

sluggish; slothful

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* dēmittō, dēmittere, dēmīsī, dēmissum

drop, let fall; lower

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auricula, ae, f.

ear

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inīquus, a, um

uneven; unequal; prejudiced; resentful

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mens, mentis, f.

mind

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asellus, ī, m.

ass, donkey

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dorsum, ī, n.

back

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subeō, subīre, subiī or subīvī, subitum

go underneath; place oneself so as to carry

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onus, oneris, n.

burden, load

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bene

well (adv.)

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Viscus

a Roman name (cognomen?); a friend of Horace

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Varius

a Roman gentile name; L. Varius Rufus was an epic poet and friend of Horace

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* scrībō, scrībere, scrīpsī, scrīptus

write

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citus, a, um

quick, rapid (citius, more quickly)

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versus, ūs, m

row; line of writing; line of poetry

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membrum, ī, n.

limb

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mollis, molle

soft; graceful (mollius, more gracefully)

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* invideō, invidēre, invīdī, invīsum

be jealous of; begrudge

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Hermogenēs, is, m.

Hermogenes Tigellius, a famous singer satirized by Horace; the name is Greek

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cantō (1)

sing

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interpellō (1)

interrupt

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cognātus, ī, m.

male relative, kinsman

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salvus, a, um

safe, unharmed; in good health, well

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haud

not

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quisquam, quicquam

anyone at all, anything at all

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* compōnō, compōnere, composuī, compositum

place together; pack up; lay out for burial, bury

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restō, restāre, restitī

remain; be left over

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conficiō, conficere, confēcī, confectum

complete; finish off

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instō, instāre, institī

press on with; assail; press upon

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fātum, ī, n.

decree of fate; destiny, fate

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tristis, triste

sad

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Sabellus, a, um

Sabine, i.e. from the Sabine Hills, near Rome

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* canō, canere, cecinī (compounds -cinō)

sing; play

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dīvīnus, a, um

divine; having supernatural power, magic

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anus, anūs, f.

old woman

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urna, ae, f.

urn, jar

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dīrus, a, um

aweful, dire; frightful

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venēnum, ī, n.

poison

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hosticus, a, um

foreign; enemy

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* auferrō, auferre, abstulī, ablātum

take away, remove; carry off, kill

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ensis, ensis, m.

sword

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latus, lateris, n.

side

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dolor, ōris, m.

pain

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tussis, tussis, f.

cough

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tardus, a, um

slow

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podagra, ae, f.

gout

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garrulus, a, um

talkative

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quandōcumque

whenever; at some time or other

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* consūmō, consūmere, consumpsī, consumptum

use up; kill

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loquax, loquācis

talkative

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sapiō, sapere, sapīvī or sapiī

have good taste; be intelligent, show good sense

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vītō (1)

avoid

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simul atque or simul ac (simulatque or simulac)

as soon as, the moment that

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adolescō, adolescere, adolēvī (adoluī), adultum

reach manhood

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Vesta, ae, f.

the goddess of the domestic hearth; a shrine to Vesta

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quartus, a, um

fourth

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* praetereō, praeterīre, praeteriī or praeterīvī, praeteritum

pass by, go past

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cāsus, ūs, m

a falling down; an accident; chance

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tunc

then

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vador (1)

accept sureties (similar to bail) from

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unless

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perdō, perdere, perdidī, perditum

ruin, destroy

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līs, lītis, f.

lawsuit

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paulum or paullum

a little; for a short time (adv.)

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hīc

here

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adsum, adesse, adfuī

be present; be present with assistance, provide support

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intereō, interīre, interiī, interitum

die

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valeō, valēre, valuī, valītum

have strength; have the power (to)

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cīvīlis, e

of citizens, civil (ius civile, the private law of Roman citizens)

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properō (1)

hurry

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dubius, a, um

uncertain

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* relinquō, relinquere, relīquī, relictus

leave, abandon

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sōdēs

if you don’t mind, please (contraction of si audes)

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* praecēdo, praecēdere, praecessī, praecessum

go in front, precede

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* coepī, coepisse, coeptus

to have begun; begin

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* contendō, contendere, contendī, contentum

draw tight; strive; compete

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victor, ōris, m.

one who defeats an adversary, victor