An epitome of part of Cæsar's commentaries; With a vocabulary, a geographical outline, and a map of Cæsar's Gaul [for first reading in Latin]

 
9781130392432: An epitome of part of Cæsar's commentaries; With a vocabulary, a geographical outline, and a map of Cæsar's Gaul [for first reading in Latin]

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...to die. Fut. part, moriturus. Besides the inf. moriri, morimur also occurs in very old. Latin; but the verb is otherwise of the third conj. Quum or cum, (cum, prep, indicating the contemporaneity of one event with another,) conj. when, since, seeing that, although. Ob. See chap. xi. Cio, civi, citum, ire, and Cieo,--, citum, ere, (civi in comp.) to stir up, to rouse; to cite or summon. Of the compounds, those with con, in, and per are, with the best writers, of the 2d conj.; that with ad of the 4th; and that with ex of either. Clto, Svi, Stum, are, (cieo,) to stir up often, to excite, to summon. Incito, avi, Stum, are, (in, cito,) to stir up violently, to incite or spur on, to provoke. Anna, orum, pl. arms, armour. Dist. annus, i, the shoulder. Der. anno, Svi, atum, are, to arm. Jus, juris, right, justice, law. See chap. viii. Exsequor, sequutus or secutus, sequi, (ex, sequor,) dep. to follow out, to pursue, to prosecute, to finish. Post, prep, after, behind. Mors, rtis, (morior,) death. Der. mort&lis, is, e, adj. mortal. Dist. nex, ecis, violent death; and fatum, i, fate, natural death. Ne, adv. not; conj. that--not, lest. It is used as an enclitic, with the quantity shortened, ni, in asking a question, as audisne, dost thou hear? Hilum, i, the small black spot of a bean or pea; a thing of no value. Nihtlum, i, (ne, hilum, I becoming 1,) nothing. Contracted and abbreviated forms are nilum, nihil, and nit. Minor, or, us, gen. oris, adj. (comp. of parvus, a. um, little,) less, inferior. Minus adv. (comp. of parum, little,) less. NiMl5mmus, adv. (nihilum, minus, less by nothing,) nevertheless. ubi, adv. where, in what place; when, at what time. Paro, avi, atum, are, to get, to obtain; to make ready. See chap. x. Bito or beto, ere, to...

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