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Flashcards in Horace, Satires 1.6.22-42 Deck (42):
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fulgeō fulgēre fulsī

to shine

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trahō trahere trāxī tractus

to draw, drag, haul; derive, get

3

cōnstringō cōnstringere cōnstrinxī cōnstrictus

to tie up, confine, hinder

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glōria glōriae f.

renown, glory

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currus currūs m.

chariot

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quō

where, whither; to what purpose, what for

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sūmō sūmere sūmpsī sūmptus

to take up; begin; suppose, assume; select; purchase; exact (punishment); obtain

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dēpōnō dēpōnere dēposuī dēpositus

to put/lay down/aside/away; let drop/fall; give up; resign; deposit/entrust/commit; lift off; take off (clothes); have (hair/beard/nails) cut; shed (tusks); pull down, demolish; plant (seedlings); set up, place; lay to rest; fire

9

clāvus –ī m.

a nail, a peg; a helm; purple stripe on the tunic

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tribūnus tribūnī m.

tribune; [~ plebis => tribune of the people; ~ mllitum => soldier's tribune]

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invidia invidiae f.

envy, jealousy; ill–will, resentment

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accresco (or adcresco) accrescere accrēvī accrētum

to grow, increase; to be joined to; to fall to one

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īnsānus –a –um

insane

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impediō impedīre impedīvī/impediī impedītus

to hinder, impede

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crūs –ūris n.

shin, leg

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pellis pellis f.

skin, hide

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lātus –a –um

broad, wide

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demittō demittere demīsī demīssus

to send down, drop

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pectus pectoris n.

chest, breast; heart

20

clāvus –ī m.

a nail, a peg; a helm; purple stripe on the tunic

21

continuō

immediately, straightway (> continuus); continuously

22

aegrōtō aegrōtāre

to be ill

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morbus morbī m.

sickness, illness, weakness; disease; distemper; distress; vice

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Barrus -ī m.

Barrus (a name)

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fōrmōsus –a –um

beautiful, finely formed, handsome, fair; having fine appearance/form

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quācumque

by whatever way, wherever; by whatever means, by all means, wherever; separated by tmesis

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iniciō –ere –iēcī –iectum

to bring into, instill

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quaerō quaerere quaesiī/quaesīvī quaesītus

to search for, seek, ask

29

sūra –ae f.

the calf of the leg; the leg

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capillus capillī m.

hair

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dēlūbrum –ī n.

the place for sacrificial cleansings; a shrine, temple, sanctuary (> deluo, cleanse)

32

Syrus –a –um

Syrus (a name); a Syrian; a male name, esp. of slaves

33

Dama –ae f.

Dama (a name), a male name, esp. of slaves

34

audeō audēre ausus sum

to dare

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dēiciō dēicere dēiēci deīctum

to throw down, eject

36

saxum saxī n.

rock, boulder, stone

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tradō tradere trādidī trāditus

to hand over, surrender; hand down

38

Cadmus –ī m.

Cadmus, (1) son of the Phœnician king Agenor (2) historian of Miletus (3) bloodthirsty executioner in the time of Horace (4) mountain in Caria

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Novius –iī m.

Novius (a name)

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collēga collēgae m.

colleague (in official/priestly office); associate, fellow (not official)

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Paulus –ī m.

Paulus

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Messalla -ae m.

Messalla (a Roman cognomen)