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57 terms
Horace Vocabulary 2
integer, integra, integrum
scelus, scelerus
latus, a, um
veneno (1)
faultless
crime
wide
to poison
integer, integra, integrum
faultless
scelus, scelerus
crime
58 terms
Horace Vocabulary 2
integer, integra, integrum
scelus, sceleris (n)
latus, a, um
veneno, are, avi, atum
faultless
crime
wide
to infect with poison
integer, integra, integrum
faultless
scelus, sceleris (n)
crime
38 terms
Horace 2
cervici
metuam
vigui
parcent
neck
dread
flourish
spare
cervici
neck
metuam
dread
Latin Horace Vocabulary 2.0
Quaesieris
Scire
Nefas
Finem
To seek/ask
To know
Wickedness , wrong
End, boundary
Quaesieris
To seek/ask
Scire
To know
57 terms
Latin Horace Poetry Vocabulary 2
Integer, integra, integrum
Remus, remi (m)
Scelus, sceleris (n)
adurgeo, adurgere, adursi
faultless
oar
crime
to pursue
Integer, integra, integrum
faultless
Remus, remi (m)
oar
18 terms
Horace Vocabulary
finis, finis m.
nefas n. (indeclinable)
moneo, monere, monui, monitus
gramen, graminis n.
end, boundary
violation, crime, wrondoing
to warn, to advise
grass
finis, finis m.
end, boundary
nefas n. (indeclinable)
violation, crime, wrondoing
107 terms
Horace Odes 1.2
nix, nivis, f.
dīrus, -a, -um
grandō, grandinis, f.
rubēscō, -ere, rubuī, ---
snow
dreadful
hail
to become red, to glow
nix, nivis, f.
snow
dīrus, -a, -um
dreadful
63 terms
Horace Odes 2.7
tempus in ultimum:
dēdūcō, -ere:
mīlitiae (loc.):
redōnō, redōnāre:
into danger
to lead out
in war; in military service
to restore
tempus in ultimum:
into danger
dēdūcō, -ere:
to lead out
40 terms
Horace 2
facundus
nepos
ferus
recens
eloquent
grandson
wild
new
facundus
eloquent
nepos
grandson
168 terms
Horace 2
vito (1)
innuleus, i
pavidus, a, um
avius, a, um
avoid, shun
fawn
frightened, terrified, trembling, fearful
pathless, remote
vito (1)
avoid, shun
innuleus, i
fawn
Horace 2
Nunc
Oppositis
Debilitat
Pumicibus
Now
Against
Weaken
Pumice stone
Nunc
Now
Oppositis
Against
Horace 2
1
2
3
4
I hate Persian magnificence, boy;
Crowns woven with lime tree bark displease me;
Do not hunt after the places where
The late rose lingers.
1
I hate Persian magnificence, boy;
2
Crowns woven with lime tree bark displease me;
107 terms
Horace Odes 1.2
nix, nivis, f.
dīrus, -a, -um
grandō, grandinis, f.
rubēscō, -ere, rubuī, ---
snow
dreadful
hail
to become red, to glow
nix, nivis, f.
snow
dīrus, -a, -um
dreadful
48 terms
Horace Odes 2.14
ēheu
fugāx (fugācis)
lābor, lābī, lāpsus sum
annus, -ī, m.
alas!, ah!
fleeting, ready/apt to take flight
to slip, glide
year
ēheu
alas!, ah!
fugāx (fugācis)
fleeting, ready/apt to take flight
46 terms
Horace Odes 2.10
altum, -ī, n.
urgeō, -ēre
procella, -ae, f.
cautus, -a, -um
the deep
to press
storm
wary / warily
altum, -ī, n.
the deep
urgeō, -ēre
to press
34 terms
Horace Odes 2.3
aequus, -a, -um
mementō (future imperative)
arduus, -a, -um
secus
even
remember, be mindful
difficult
otherwise
aequus, -a, -um
even
mementō (future imperative)
remember, be mindful
36 terms
Horace Vocabulary
aemulus
domo
careo
exsecretus
rival
conquer
lack
cursed
aemulus
rival
domo
conquer
14 terms
Horace 2.10
Spero
Infestus
Secundus
Sors, sortis
Hope
Hostile, dangerous
Favorable
Lot, fortune
Spero
Hope
Infestus
Hostile, dangerous
54 terms
Horace Vocabulary
gracilis, gracile
perfundo, perundere, perfudi, perfusus
flavus, flava, flavum
simplex munditiis
skinny
to soak
yellow
simple in your refinements
gracilis, gracile
skinny
perfundo, perundere, perfudi, perfusus
to soak
80 terms
Horace Vocabulary
aestivus, a, um
aestuosus
ales, alitis
arduus, a, um
hot, sultry
boiling
bird, swan
steep, lofty
aestivus, a, um
hot, sultry
aestuosus
boiling
Latin Horace Books 2&2 Vocabulary
arduus, a, um
non secus
tempero (1)
laetitia, ae (f)
steep, difficult
just as, equally so
restrain, hold back
joy
arduus, a, um
steep, difficult
non secus
just as, equally so
Horace 2
Rectus -a -um
vivo
altus -a -um
urgendus -a -um
right
vivere vixi victum... to live
deep
urge
Rectus -a -um
right
vivo
vivere vixi victum... to live
HORACE VOCABULARY
aestivus, -a, -um
aestuosus, -a, -um
ales, alitis (m)
arduus, -a, -um
hot, sultry
boiling
bird, swan
steep, lofty
aestivus, -a, -um
hot, sultry
aestuosus, -a, -um
boiling
55 terms
Horace 2.4 vocab
sit
ancilla
tibi
pudor
let it be
slave-girl
for you
shame
sit
let it be
ancilla
slave-girl
194 terms
Horace Epodes 2
procul (+ abl.)
negōtium, -ī, n.
ut
prīscus, -a, -um
far from
business
as
old, ancient
procul (+ abl.)
far from
negōtium, -ī, n.
business
82 terms
Horace Odes 3.2
angustus, -a, -um
amīcus, -a, -um
pauperiēs, -eī, f.
patior, patī, passus sum
confining
cheerful
poverty
to endure
angustus, -a, -um
confining
amīcus, -a, -um
cheerful
101 terms
Horace Odes 2.16
ōtium, ōtiī, n.
dīvōs
rogō, rogāre, rogāvī, rogātus
patēns (patentis)
peace of mind, freedom from care
= deōs
to ask for
wide-open
ōtium, ōtiī, n.
peace of mind, freedom from care
dīvōs
= deōs
7 terms
Latin Poem #2: Horace
beatus ille, qui procul negotiis
ut prisa gens mortalium
paterna rura bobus exercet suis
solutus omni faenore
Blessed is that man, who far from business
as the ancient race of mortals
works his paternal lands with oxen
free from all debt
beatus ille, qui procul negotiis
Blessed is that man, who far from business
ut prisa gens mortalium
as the ancient race of mortals
18 terms
Horace Readings 1-2
aetas, aetatis (f.)
hiems, hiemis (f.)
nefas (n.)
spatium, -i (n.)
time, age
winter, storm
crime, offense against divine law, sacrilege
space, period of time, span of life
aetas, aetatis (f.)
time, age
hiems, hiemis (f.)
winter, storm
33 terms
Horace 2.10
arcus, -us
casus, -us
cithara, -ae
fulgur, -uris
(masc) bow
(mac) fall
(fem) lyre
(neut) lightning
arcus, -us
(masc) bow
casus, -us
(mac) fall
18 terms
Horace Vocab 2
grex, gregis, m
hostia, ae, f
licentia, ae, f
nitor, nitoris, m
flock, herd, crowd, group
victim, sacrifice
license, freedom, outspokenness, licentiousness
luster, beauty, elegance
grex, gregis, m
flock, herd, crowd, group
hostia, ae, f
victim, sacrifice
60 terms
horace vocab 2
accendo, accendere, accendi, accenus
aditus us
adsum adesse adfui
alienus a um
to arouse, ignite
approach, access
to be present
alien, strange
accendo, accendere, accendi, accenus
to arouse, ignite
aditus us
approach, access
Horace Vocab 2
cervix, cervicis
bilis, bilis
dens, dentis
cardo, cardinis
neck
bile
tooth
hinge
cervix, cervicis
neck
bilis, bilis
bile
15 terms
Horace 2 vocab
nefas
quicquid
melius
pati
sin
how much
better
to suffer
nefas
sin
quicquid
how much
28 terms
Horace Vocab 2
cervix, cervicis
bilis, bilis
dens, dentis
cardo, cardinis
neck
bile, anger, wrath
tooth
hinge, pivot
cervix, cervicis
neck
bilis, bilis
bile, anger, wrath
43 terms
Horace Vocab (2)
grex, gregis, masc.
hora, horae, fem.
imperium, imperii, neut.
lacertus, -a, -um
flock, herd
hour
rule, command, empire
upper arm
grex, gregis, masc.
flock, herd
hora, horae, fem.
hour
Horace Epistle 2.1
commodum, -i
asper, aspera, -um
ploro (1)
contundo (3)
advantage, profit, wages, gift
rude, cruel, severe, rugged, grating
cry over, lament, deplore
crush, subdue, beat
commodum, -i
advantage, profit, wages, gift
asper, aspera, -um
rude, cruel, severe, rugged, grating
60 terms
horace vocab #2
Accendere
aditus
adsum
alienus
to arouse, kindle, ignite
approach
to stand in court
alien, strange
Accendere
to arouse, kindle, ignite
aditus
approach
Horace 2-1
Administer
Consistent
Devise
Exert
manage and be responsible for the running of (a business, org…
(of a person, behavior, or process) unchanging in achievement…
plan or invent (a complex procedure, system, or mechanism) by…
apply or bring to bear (a force, influence, or quality).
Administer
manage and be responsible for the running of (a business, org…
Consistent
(of a person, behavior, or process) unchanging in achievement…
HOrace 2.14
Eheu fugaces, Postume, Postume labuntu…
nec pietas moram rugis (adferet at the…
et instanti senectae
adferet indomitaeque morti: (last 2 ph…
Alas Postumus, Postumus the fleeting years are passed
nor does loyalty bring delay for wrinkles
and for threatening old
and invincible death:
Eheu fugaces, Postume, Postume labuntu…
Alas Postumus, Postumus the fleeting years are passed
nec pietas moram rugis (adferet at the…
nor does loyalty bring delay for wrinkles
2.1 Horace
Rectius vives, Licini
neque altum semper urgendo
neque, dum procellas cautus horrescis,
nimium premendo litus iniquum
You will live better Licini
neither by always sailing the deep sea
nor while you cautiously fear the storms,
the shore bearing down too unequal
Rectius vives, Licini
You will live better Licini
neque altum semper urgendo
neither by always sailing the deep sea
Horace 2 and 3
arduus
non secus
tempero
laetitia
steep, difficult
just as, equally so
restrain
joy
arduus
steep, difficult
non secus
just as, equally so
52 terms
Horace 1 and 2
gracilis
rosa
perfundo
liquidus
gracile: slender, thin
ae, f. rose
perfundere, perfudi perfusum: to pour over
a, um: flowing, liquid
gracilis
gracile: slender, thin
rosa
ae, f. rose
51 terms
Horace 2.14
Postumnus, -i
Labor, labi, lapsus sum
Pietas, pietatis
Mora, -ae
Name, meaning "After Death"
To slip, slide, glide
Duty, piety
Delay
Postumnus, -i
Name, meaning "After Death"
Labor, labi, lapsus sum
To slip, slide, glide
horace 2.10 vocab
canreo
invideo
contraho
decido
lack
envies
collect
falls down
canreo
lack
invideo
envies
Horace 2.3
cumba
filum
gramen
heres
boat
string
grass
heir
cumba
boat
filum
string
32 terms
Horace Odes 2.10
rectus, a, um
Licinius, i
altum
urgeo, urgere, ursi
straight, right, correct, proper
Licinius
sea of life or politics
To push, press upon, make for
rectus, a, um
straight, right, correct, proper
Licinius, i
Licinius
36 terms
Horace Odes 2.10
rectus, a, um
altum, i, n
urgeo, urgere, ursi
procella, ae, f
straight, right, correct, proper
high place or position, heaven, sea, the deep
to push, press upon
storm, trouble
rectus, a, um
straight, right, correct, proper
altum, i, n
high place or position, heaven, sea, the deep
Horace 2.14
Eheu fugaces, Postume, Postume, labunt…
non, si trecenis, quotquot eunt dies,…
scilicet omnibus, quicumque terrae mun…
Frustra cruento Marte carebimus fracti…
Alas Postumus, Postumus, the fleeting years slip away and not…
Friend if not you should please pitiless Pluto with three hun…
which must be sailed across by all of us surely whichever of…
We will avoid bloody war and we will avoid the broken waves o…
Eheu fugaces, Postume, Postume, labunt…
Alas Postumus, Postumus, the fleeting years slip away and not…
non, si trecenis, quotquot eunt dies,…
Friend if not you should please pitiless Pluto with three hun…
Horace 2.10
Rectius vives, Licini, neque altum
semper urgendo neque, dum procellas
cautus horrescis, nimium premendo
litus iniquum.
You will live better, Licinius, by neither
always pressing for the deep nor, while you cautiously
dread storms, by excessively pressing
the treacherous shore.
Rectius vives, Licini, neque altum
You will live better, Licinius, by neither
semper urgendo neque, dum procellas
always pressing for the deep nor, while you cautiously
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