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Maecēnās, ātis, m.

C. Cilnius Maecenas, Roman knight of Etruscan origin; friend of Augustus and patron of Horace, Vergil, and others.

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quōmodo or quō modo

how (interrog. and indef. adv.)

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hinc

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

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repetō, repetere, repetīvī or repetiī, repitītum

return; attack again; repeat (words, actions)

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paucī, ae, a

few

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mens, mentis, f.

mind

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sānus, a, um

healthy

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dexter, dextra, dextrum

right-hand; propitious, favorable (dexterius, favorably)

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adiūtor, ōris, m.

helper, supporter

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secundus, a, um

favorable; second

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* trādō, trādere, trādidī, trāditum

hand over; entrust; introduce

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dispereō, disperīre, disperiī

perish

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unless

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submoveō (summoveō), submovēre, submōvī, submōtum

move (someone) out of the way, remove

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illīc

over there, there

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* reor, rērī, ratus

think, believe, suppose

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pūrus, a, um

clean; free from defilement

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magis

more (adv.)

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aliēnus, a, um

belonging to others; foreign

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malum, ī, n.

trouble; misdeed; evil

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* officiō, officere, offēcī, offectum

block the path of, impede; be an obstacle (to), stand in the way of, bother

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quia

because; seeing that

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dīs, dītis

wealthy, rich; fertile

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doctus, a, um

learned, wise

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ūnusquisque or ūnus quisque

each one

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narrō (1)

relate, tell, say

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vix

with difficulty; scarcely, barely

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crēdibilis, e

credible; plausible

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atquī

but

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sīc

thus, in that way

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accendō, accendere, accendī, accensum

ignite; incite

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quārē

how?; whereby; why

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* cupiō, cupere, cupīvī, cupitus

desire, yearn for; want desperately

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proximus, a, um

nearest, closest

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tantummodo or tantum modo

only, merely

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expugnō (1)

take by storm

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* vincō, vincere, vīcī, victus

conquer

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for that reason, therefore (adv.)

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difficilis, e

difficult

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aditus, ūs, m.

approach, entry; right of entry, access

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dēsum, dēesse, dēfuī (dē + e usually contracted in poetry)

be wanting, be lacking; fail (+ dat.)

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mūnus, eris, n.

task, duty; public show; present, gift

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servus, ī, m.

slave

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* corrumpō, corrumpere, corrūpī, corruptum

damage physically; pervert; seduce; bribe

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hodiē

today

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* exclūdō, exclūdere, exclūsī, exclūsum

keep out, shut out

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dēsistō, dēsistere, dēstitī

leave off, cease

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

seek, look for; ask

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* occurrō, occurrere, occurrī or occucurrī, occursum

run to meet; confront

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trivium, -(i)ī, n.

crossroad (literally a place where three roads come together).

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* dēdūcō, dēdūcere, dēduxī, dēductum

lead away; stretch out; escort, accompany (on formal occasions, in a group of supporters

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vīta, ae, f.

life

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labor, ōris, m.

work, toil

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mortālis, is, m.

human being

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ecce

look!

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Fuscus Aristius

Aristius Fuscus, a friend of Horace

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cārus, a, um

dear

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pulchrē

beautifully, very well

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nōscō, nōscere, nōvī, nōtus

get to know; (perfect) know

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consistō, consistere, constitī

stop moving, come to a halt; stand still

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quō (quō1)

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

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rogō (1)

ask

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respondeō, respondēre, respondī, responsum

answer

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vellō, vellere, vellī (vulsī), vulsum

pluck

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* coepī, coepisse, coeptus

to have begun; begin

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pressō (1)

exert pressure on, press

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lentus, a, um

slow; unresponsive, cold

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brācchium (brāchium), (i)ī, n.

arm

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nūtō (1)

nod

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distorqueō, distorquēre, distorsī, distortum

twist this way and that

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oculus, ī, m.

eye

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ēripiō, ēripere, ēripuī, ēreptum

snatch away; rescue

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male

unpleasantly, painfully; wickedly

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salsus, a, um

salted; witty, funny

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* rīdeō, rīdēre, rīsī, rīsum

laugh

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dissimulō

conceal (thoughts, actions, etc.); pretend; pretend not to notice, ignore

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iecur, iecoris or iecinoris, n.

liver

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ūrō, ūrere, ussī, ustum

destroy by fire, burn up (trans.)

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bīlis, is, f.

bile; anger

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certē

without doubt, certainly

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nesciō quid

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

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sēcrētō

separately, individually; apart; in private (not “in secret”)

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āiō (defective verb, ait, aiunt, aiebam, etc.)

say yes, say so; affirm, say

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meminī, meminisse (perfect forms with present meaning)

remember

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melior, melius

better

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vin

do you want? (= visne)

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curtus, a, um

having a part missing, damaged; castrated; incomplete

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Iūdaeus, ī, m.

(male) inhabitant of Judaea; Jew

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religiō, ōnis, f.

religious constraint; religious feeling; religious observances

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paulō or paullō

by a small amount, a little; somewhat

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infirmus, a, um

weak; lacking strength of purpose

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* ignoscō, ignoscere, ignōvī, ignōtum

forgive

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aliās

at another time (adv.)

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sōl, sōlis, m

sun

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niger, nigra, nigrum

black

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* surgō, surgere, surrēxī, surrēctum

rise, arise, get up

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* fugiō, fugere, fūgī, fugitūrus

escape, flee

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improbus, a, um

of poor quality; unprincipled, rascally; shameless, greedy

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culter, -trī, m.

knife

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cāsus, ūs, m.

a falling down; chance, accident (casū, by chance)

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obvius, a, um

in the way

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adversārius, (i)ī, m.

opponent, antagonist; (legal) the opposing party

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turpis, turpe

disgraceful

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inclāmō (1)

call out to (a person); shout out, cry aloud

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vox, vōcis, f.

voice

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licet, licēre, licuit or licitum est

it is permitted, one may

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antestor (1)

call as witness

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vērō

truly; certainly

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oppōnō, oppōnere, opposuī, oppositum

place in the way; offer

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auricula, ae, f.

ear

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rapiō, rapere, rapuī, raptus

snatch, seize, carry away

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clāmor, ōris, m.

shout, outcry

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utrimque

on both sides

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undique

from all sides

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concursus, ūs, m.

an assembly, a gathering of a crowd; charge, attack

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sīc

thus, in that way

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servō (1)

save

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Apollō, ōnis, m.

the God of prophesy, medicine, music, and poetry