Latin Prose Composition For College Use (volume 2) by Walter MillerLatin Prose Composition For College Use (volume 2) by Walter Miller

Latin Prose Composition For College Use (volume 2)

byWalter Miller

Paperback | January 8, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1891. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... TABLE OF SYNONYMS. Notb. This table does not pretend to be exhaustive. The meanings of many synonymous words found in the text shade into one another so imperceptibly as to require more extended and critical discussion than can be given in a work of this scope. ACCOUNT, ON ACCOUNT OF. ob signifies the object in view. causa, for the sake of, specifies a purpose to be attained -- the inner motive. propter gives a cause that already exists in reality -- the outward motive. per denotes a hinderance, dependence, or permission; e.g. per aetatem (old age) armaferre non poterant. For the abl. of cause, see grammar. - ACCUSE. accusare (causa): to accuse publicly (before a third party or otherwise), of itself without any secondary notion of malice; while incusare always contains an idea of hostile intent, insimulare (similis) : to make a thing look probable ; to charge (usually) falselycriminari: to accuse with intent to injure; to slander, arguere (cf. &py6s, iprhs): to bring to light; to accuse with the purpose of proving the accusation clearly, nomen deferre (sc. ad praetorem) : to hand in some one's name to the preetor; to accuse (used only of the plaintiff). The accused is not accusalus, but reus. ACQUAINTED (to be). See KNOW. AFRAID. See FEAR. AFRICAN. Afer: in reference to place of birth. Afer is the substantive. Africus: belonging to the land or the inhabitants; or, composed of Africans. Africanus: incidentally connected with, or located in Africa. Distinguish between exercitus Africus and ex. Africanus. So also Gallus, Gallicus, and Gallicanus; Hispanus, Hispanicus, Hispaniensis. AGAIN. iterum: a second time (the first repetition), rursus: used not only of the second time, but of every repetition. denuo (de novo): anew; used of a repetition made because ...
Title:Latin Prose Composition For College Use (volume 2)Format:PaperbackDimensions:24 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.05 inPublished:January 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217011276

ISBN - 13:9780217011273