Principia Latina, part iv. An introduction to Latin prose composition

9781130709476: Principia Latina, part iv. An introduction to Latin prose composition
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1864 Excerpt: Cuncti clamare eoeperunt, all (in an assembly, for instance) eried out. TJnlversa familia, The whole body of slaces, TJnlversos esse pares aiebat, dispersos perIturos, Combined, he said, they would be a mateh for them (the Persians); but scattered, would all perish.--Nep. 2. Terra, ae, /., the earth, or sometimes a part of the earth. Tellus, Oris,/., properly the goddess of the earth; hence used poetically for the earth itself. Humus, 1, m. (root xali--whence xaMai'=humi), is the ground. Solum, i, n., properly that which sustains anything upon it; hence the soil or the earth itself: Terra lilcata in mCdia mundi sCde, The earth planted in a central position of the unicerse.--Cic. MIhi calceamentum selorum callum est, The hard skin of my soles serces me for shoeleather.--Cic. 3. Rellgio, onls, /. (prob. fr. riWgere), the fear of God; with the ancients often, a religious or ceremonial seruple. Fides, e% /., a sense of obligation, because of a promise. Supersti tio. onis, /., a ncedless fear of the gods, superstition: SOperstttio in qua mest munis tlmor deorum, rellgio quae deorum cultu pit) contrnetur, (It is) superstition in which there is involved an empty (foolish) fear of the gods, it is) religion which is comprised in a pious worship of the gods.--Cic. 4. Perniciosus, a, um (per, nex), bringing death, destructive. Danmosus, a, um (damnum), causing damage, also used in the sense of prodigal or extravagant. ExItiosus, a, um (exrtium), destructive, charged with fatal consequences. Exitialis, e (poet.), destructive, calculated to destroy. Capltalis, e (caput), affecting the life or civil status cf a citizen; mortal, deadly: Leges pernlciosae, Lairs destructive to states.--Caes. Exltiosa conjuriltio, A conspiracy of fatal tendency.--Cic. Dommi exItUUe M1n...

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Publisher: Nabu Press, 2011