Cicero's Cato the elder, with a vocabulary by J.T. White


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Página 36 - ... contrarium. Sed credo, deos immortales sparsisse animos in corpora humana, ut essent, qui terras tuerentur, quique caelestium ordinem contemplantes, imitarentur eum vitae modo atque constantia.
Página 126 - fear": That [prob. akin to Sans. na, " not "]. 2. në, enclitic and interrogative particle : 1. In direct questions with verb in Indie. it throws force and emphasis on the word to which it is attached, pointing it out as the principal one in the clause or sentence ; in this force it has no English equivalent. — 2. In indirect questions with Subj. : Whether: — ne . . . ne, whether ... or whether; — ne ... an, whether ... or whether. -1. nee ; see nëque. 2. nee, au inseparable" negative" particle...
Página 17 - Intentum enim animum, tamquam arcum, habebat, nee languescens succumbebat senectuti. Tenebat non modo auctoritatem, sed etiam imperium in suos ; metuebant aervi, verebantur liberi, carum omnes habebant : vigebat in ill& domo patrius mos, et disciplina.
Página 109 - between " the parts of a thing, so as to separate and break it up ; hence) To destroy; esp. to kilt, slay, slaughter.
Página 115 - Icgis.f. [ = leg-s ; fr.leg-o, "to read"] (" That which is read"; hence," a bill," ie a proposition reduced to writing and read (to the people) with a view to its being passed into law ; hence) A law, statute, decree, ordinance.
Página 129 - Sgo. no-sco, vi, tum, scere, 3. va : 1. In Present tense and its derivatives : To come to know, to become acquainted with. — 2. In Perfect tense and its derivatives: To have become acquainted with, ie to know [old form gno-sco; fr. root GNO, akin to Sans, root JNA ; Gr. yL-yvti)-ffKia\. nos-ter, tra, trum, pron. poss. [nos, plur. of ego, " I "] Our, our own, ours. no-ta, tse,f. [no-sco] ("That by which a person or thing is known...

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