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Subject, thing. Res, ret, f. On the

subject of, concerning, de, prep.

with abl.
Subject — to be subject to. Pareo,

ire, ui, Hum. G. 885.
Succeed. Succedo, ire, cessi, ces-

sum. G. 886.
Success. FdiAtas, Otis, f.
Successful. Secundum, a, um.
Such. Talis, e; sometimes ren-
dered by qui, qu^ae, quod. Such,

so great, ianiu^, a, um. Such —

as, talis, e — qualis, e ; is, ea, id

— qui, qua^, quod ; tantus, a, um

— quanius, a, um. See 634.
Sudden. Suintus, a, um.
Suffer. Paiior, i, passus sum, dep.
Suffering, pain. Dolor, Oris, m.
Sufficient — to be sufficient, be able.

Possum, posse, potui.
Sufficiently. Saiis, adv.
Suggestion — at the suggestion of.

Auctor, in abl. absol. See 504.
Suitable. Idoneus, a, um.
Suitably = worthily enough. Satis

digne, adv.
Sulla. Sulla, ae, m.
Sum of money. Pecunia, ae, f.
Sumptuous. SumptuOsus, a, um.
Sun. Sol, solis, m.
Sunset. Solis occOsus, us, m.
Superbus. Superbus, i, m.
SuppUcate. Supptlco, dre, dvi, a-

tum.
Suppose, think. ArhXiror, dri, d-

tus sum, dep. ; puto, dre, dvi,

dtum.
Suppress. Comprlmo, ire, pressi,

pressum.
Supremo* Summus, a, um. G.

>63,3



Sure. Cerius, a, um*

Surely. Certe, adv.

Surpass. Supiro, dre, dvi, diuvu

To surpass the folly of = to be

more foolish than, sum, esse, fui^

dementior, ius.
Surround. Circumdo, dre, didi,

ddtum; cingo, ire, cinxi, cino'

tum.
Sword. Ferrum, i, n. Sec 117.

With fire and sword, /erro igni»

que.
Syllable. SpUaba, ae, f.
Syracuse. Syracilsa^, drum, f. pi.

Of Syracuse, Syracusan, Syro"

cusius, a, um*



Table. Mensa, a^, f.

Tablet. TaMla, ae, f.

Take, take up. Capio, ire, cepi,
captum. Take, appropriate, su^
mo, ire, sumpsi, sumptum. Take,
carry, porto, dre, dvi, atum.
Take away, toUo, ire, susiidi, suh-
latum. Take care,.caveo, ere, ea -
ti,cauium. Take .place, ^,^W,
factum sum. Take the census of,
censeo, ire, ui, censum. See 490.

Talent, native talent. Ingenium,
ii, n. Talent, mental ability,
mens, mentis, f. Talent, a sum
of money, talentum, i, n.

Tarentum. Tarentum, i, n.

Tarquin, Tarquinius. Tarqutnius,
ii, m.

Tarquinii. Tarquinii, drum, m. pi.

Tarry. Commdror, dri, dius sum,
dep.

Teach. Doceo, ire, ui, doetum.
Teach, instruct, eriidio, ire, ivi
and ii, Uum. Teach, train up,
instituo, ire, ui, Htum. See 585.

Teacher. Doctor, Oris, m. ; wMgis*
ter, tri, ra. See 423.

Tear. Lacrim^, ae, f.

Tedious, long. Longus, a, um.

Tell. Dico, ire, dixi, dictum.

Temperate. Tempirans, antis.



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303



Temple. Templunit t, n.; aedes,
isy f. ; fanunif i, n. See 871.

Ten. Decern, indecl.

Terms — in the strongest terms.
AmpUssimis verbis*

Terrify. Terreo, ere, ui, Hum,

Territory. Fines, ium, m. pi.

Thales. Tholes, is, m.

Than. Quam, conj.

Thank. Graiias ago, ire, egi, dc-
ium. See 548.

Thanks. Graiiae, drum, f, pi. G.
132. To express thanks, graiias
ago, €re, egi, actum.

That. Jlle, a, ud ; is, ea, id, less
strongly demonstrative than iUe,
And that too, ei is / €t is quidem,
G. 451, 2.

That, in that. Quod, conj. That,
' expressing purpose or result, ui,
coiy. with subj. That, express-
ing purpose, when the dependent
clause contains a comparative,
gi/o, conj. with subj. That == but
tliat, quin, qodj, with subj. G.
604.

The =that, emphatic. IUe, a, ud;
not emphatic, is, ea, id. The —
the, with comparatives, quo — eo.
See 454.

Theban, of Thebes. Thchanus, a,
um.

Theft Furtum, i, n.

Their, theirs. Suus, a, um ; not
reflexive, eOrum, edrum. See
468, 2. Their own things, pro-
ductions, sua, Orum, n. pi. G*
441, 1.

Themistocles. Themistdcles, is, m.

Then. Turn, adv.

There. Mlic, adv.

Thermopylae. Thermopplae,lZrum.
f.pl.

Thing. Res, rei, f.

Think. Seniio, ire, sensi, sensum /
pido, acre, Rvi, Stum ; arhitror,
ari, aius sum, dep. Think, be of
opinion, censeo, ire, ui, censum.
See 576. Think, ponder, cogtto,
are, avi, aium. Think out, com-
mentor, Sri, ittus sum, dep.



Think little of, despise, contemno,
ire, tempsi, iemptum.

Third. Tertiuf, a, um,

Thirfy. THginia, indecl.

Thirty-eight. Duodequadraginta,
indecl.

This. Hie, haec, hoe. This = that,
not strongly demonstrative, t^,
ea, id.

Thou, you. Tu, iui. Thou thyself,
you yourself, intensive, ipse, a,
um.

Though. See Lesson LXXVIII.

Thought, opinion. SerUeniia, ae,
f. Thought, reflection, cogiiaiio,
Onis, f.

Thousand. Mtlle, G. 178.

Three. Tres, tria, Tliree days,
iriduum, ui, n.

Three hundred. Trecenii, ae, a, pi.

Through. Per, prep, with ace.

Thus. Sic, adv. Thus far, adhuc,
adv.

Thy, your. Tuus, a, um.

Thyself, yourself, emphatic or re-
flexive, not intensive. Tu, iui.
By thyself, by yourself, tecum,

Tiberius. Tiberius, ii, m.

Tigranes. Tigrdnes, is, m.

Till. Chlo, ire, colui, cuUum,

Time. Tempus, 6ris, n. At some
time, aliguando, adv.; aVlquo
iempdre, G. 429. At times, in-
ierdum, adv. For the first time,
primum, adv. The second time,
itirum, adv. The seventh time,
sepUmum, adv. For a long time,
jamdiidum ; Jampridem, adv. G.
467, 2. In the time of. See
255, 2.

Timid. Timidus, a, um.

To. Ad, prep, with ace. To, to-
wards, of friendly feelings and
conduct towards a person, erga,
prep, with ace. To no purpose,
nequidquam, adv.

Toil, labor. Labor, Oris, m.

To-morrow. Cras, adv.

Tongue. Lingua, ae, f.

Too. Nimis, adv. ; often expressed
by the comparative. See 448.



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' And that too, et is; et is qui-
dem (ts, ea, id). G. 451, 2.

Topic — each topic, each thing.
Quidque.

Torture. Crucio^ are, Svi^ Sium.

Touch. Tangoy ire, iettgi, iactum.

Towards. Adversus, versus, prep,
with ace. ; versus, adv. G. 433,
N. 2. Towards, of friendly feelings
and conduct towards a person, er-
ga, prep, with ace.

Town. Oppldum, i, n.

Treachery, treason. Prodilio, 6-
nis, f.

Treasures, things. Res, rcrMi»,f.pl.

Tried. SpectcCtus, a, um.

Troublesome. Molesius, a, um.

True. Verus, a, um.

Trumpeter. Tublcen, inis, m.

Trust, to hope. Spero, are, avi.
Stum. Trust in, confido, ire,
fisus sum. G. 425, 1, N.

Truth. Veritas, atis, f. ; verum,
t, n. G. 441, 2.

Try. Tenio, are, avi, atum.

Tullius. Tidlius, ii, m.

Twenty. Viginti, indecl.

Twice. Bis, adr.

Two. Duo, duae, duo. G. 175.

Tyranny. 7)frannis, idis, f.

Tyrant. Tgrannus, i, m.



XT.

Unable, be unable. Non possum,
posse, potui.

Unbridled. Effrenatus, a, um.

Uncertain. Incertus, a, um.

Under. Sub, prep, with ace. and
abl. G; 435. Under the guid-
ance of, dux, ducts, in abl. abs.

Understand. Cognosco, ire, nOvi,
nltum.

Understanding. Mens, Tnentis, f.

Undertake. Susclpio, ire, dpi,
cepium.

Unfriendly. Inimlcus, a, um.

Unhappy. Jnfilix, lets.

Unharmed. incoliLmis, e; sine in-
juria. See 604.



Unimpaired. InUger, gra, grum*
Unless. Nisi, coi^. G. 507.
Unmindful. Immimor, 6ris.
Unnecessary. JVbn necessarius^

a, um.
Unpopularity. Invidia, ae, f.
Until. Dum, donee, conj. G. 519.
Unusual. InusitjOtus, a, um.
Unwilling — to be unwilling. NoHOf

nolle, nolui. G. 293.
Unwillingly. Invitus, a, um. G«

443.
Upon. In, prep, with ace. and abl.

G. 435. Upouy. concerning, <2£,

prep, with %bl. ^ « . ,
Upright. Prohus, a, um.
Urge. Impello, ire, puli, pulsum.
Use, make use of. Utor, i, usus

sum, dep. G. 421, 1.
Useful. Uillis, e. To be useful,

utUis, e, sum, esse, fui ; uiilita-'

iem affiro, ferre, attvli, aUatum

See 444.
Usefulness. Utititas, atis, f.
Useless. Inutilis, e.
Utter. Eldquor, i, tocntus sum^

dep.
Utterly. Funditus, adv.



Vain — in vain. Frustra, nequid-
quam, adv. See 338.

Valor. Virtus, tUis, f.

Value, price. Pretium, ii, n. Of
greater value, of more value,
pluris. G. 404, N. 1.

Vender. Venditor, dris, m.

Verres. Verres, is, m.

Verse. Versus, us, m.

Very. Valde ; often rendered by
the superlative. See 448. Very,
with nouns, ipse, a, um. G. 452,
2. Very much, plurimum, adv.
Very highly, with verbs of valu-
ing, maxlmi. Gram. 404 N. 1.
Not very, non ita, adv. How
very busy one is, quanta occupa^
tidne distinitur. See 631.

Viands. Epfda^, arum, f. pi.



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Vice. VUium, tt, n.

Vicinity — in the vicinity of, near.

Ad, prep, with ace.
Victor. Victor, Oris, m.
Victory. Victoria, ae, f. Victory

over the Cimbrians, Cimbrica

victoria.
Views — set forth views, state.

Praedico, are, Hvi, Utum.
Vigilant. Vigilans, aniis.
Vigilantly, sharply. Acriier, adv.
Village. Vicus, i, m.
Violate. Vidlo, are, avi, atum.
Virtue. Virtus, Hdis, f.
Visit. Viso, ire, visi, visum.
Voice. Vox, vocis, f. A feeble

voice, vodla, ae, f.
Voyage — have a prosperous voy-
age. Ex sententia navigo, are,

avi, atum. See 339.



W.

Wage. Gero, ire, gessi, gestum.

Wage against, inflro, ferre, tUli,

ittatum, G. 386. .
Wait. Mxspecto, are, avi, atum.
Walk. Amh^lo, are, avi, atum.

Walk, go along, ingridior, i, in-

gressus sum, dep.
Wall. Murus, i, m. ; moenia, ium,

n. pi. ; paries, His, m. See 377.

Walls of the city, city walls,

moenia, ium, n. pi. Walls of my,

&c., own house, mei, etc., parU-

ies. See 378.
War. Bellum, i, n.
Warrior. Js qui helium gerit (gero,

ire, gessi, gestum). See 444.
Watch. Vigilo, are, avi, atum.
Way, manner. Modus, i, m. In no

way, nullo modo ; in no thing,

nidla re.
Wealth. Divitiae, arum, f. pi.
Wealthy. Dives, itis.
Weary. Vefatigo, are, avi, atum.
Weep at. Illacrimor, ari, atus

sum, dep. G. 386.
Weighty. Ghravis^ e,
Welf^e, advantage. Commddum,



i, n. Highest welfare of the
state, highest public welfare.
summa res pubUca,

Well. Bene, adv. Well known,
sometimes rendered by Hie, a,
ud, G. 450, 4.

What, interrog. Qui, quae, quod,
adj. ; quis, quae, quid, substant.

Whatever. Quisquis, quaequae,
quodquod and quicquid or quid"
quid. Whatever = that which,
is, ea, id — qui, quae, quod.

When. Quum, sAy, When and
wMU are sometimes rendered by
the abl. abs., by a participle, by
an adjective, or by an appositive.
See Lesson LXXIX. ; also G.
431, 2, (8) ; 549, L ; 442 ;
363, 3. When, interrog., quan-
do, adv.

Where. Uhi, adv.

Whether. Num, conj. ; in double
questions, utrum / num ; ne,
enclit. conj. Whether — not,
nonne. Whether — or, utrum —
an, G. 858.

Which, relat. Qui, quae, quod;
interrog., qui, quae, quod, adj.,
quis, quae, quid, substant. Which
one, of two, uter, utra, utrum,
G. 149.

While. Dum, conj. G. 519. When,
quum, conj. See also ** When."

Who, which, what, relat. Qui,
quue, quod ; interrog., qui, quae,
quod, adj., quis, queue, quid,
substant.

Whoever. Quisquis, quaequae,
quodquod and quicquid or qwid-
quid. Whoever = he, etc. —
who, is, ea, id — qui, quae, quod.

Whole, the whole of. Totus, a,
um ; G. 151; cunctus, a, urn;-
omnis, e ; universus, a, um.

Wholly, whole. Totus, a, um, G.
151 ; 443.

Why. Quare; cur; Sidy,; quid,
G. 454, 2.

Wicked. Sceleratus, a, um ; im*
prdbus, a, um.

Wickedness. Scelus, iris, n.



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LATIN COMPOSITION.



Will — good will. BenevoUniia,
ae,f.

Willing— be willing. Volo, veUe,
ffolui. G. 293.

Willingly. Libenier, adv.

Winter. Hiems, imisj f. Winter
quarters^ hiberna, Orum^ n. pL

Wisdom. SapierUia, ae, f.

Wise. 8api€nSi entis.

Wisely. Sapienterf adv.

Wish. Volo, vdle, Tolui. G. 298.

With. CuMf prep, with abl. With,
among, near to, at the house of,
apud, prep, with a6c. WUh is
sometimes rendered by the abl.
abs. With the attendance of,
comeSf iiis, in abl. abs. With
each other, inter se, G. 448, N.
With fire and sword^ ferro igrU-
que. See 117.

Withdraw, call off. Avdeo, drCy dviy
dtum. Withdraw, retire, se re-
movSre (remdveo, 6re, mOvi, md'
turn); decedOf ire, cessi, cessum.

Within. Intra, prep, with ace.

Without. Sinej prep, with abl.;
sometimes rendered by nullus, a,
urn, G. 151, in agreement with
noun ; sometimes by quinj conj.
with subj. See 671 ; also G. 604,
1, N. Without exception, alone,
unusy a, um, G. 176, N. 1. With-
out a nomination from the peo-
ple, injttssu popiUi. G. 416, ft
n. 2. To be without, vaco, are,
dvi, dtum / careo, ere^ ui, itum ;
egeOf ere, ui. See 239, I.

Witness. Testis, is, m. and f.

Witness, to witness. Specto, dre,
dvi, dtum.

Wonder, wx)nder at. Miror, dj-i,
dtus sum, dep.

Wonderful. MiraUlis, e ; admi-
rahilis, e ; mirus, a, um.

Wont, be wont. Soleo, €re, soUius
sum.

Word. Verlumi *, n. Word for
word, ad verhum. See 361.

Work, monument. Monum^ntum,
i, n..

World. Mundus, i, m.



Worship. VeiUrorf dri, dtus suTn^

dep.
Worth, moral worth. HonestaSy

diis, f. ; virtus, atis, f.
Worthily. Digne, adv.
Worthy. Di^nus, a, um.
Would rather. McUo, maUe, malui.

G. 293.
Would that. UfCnam, adv. G.

488, 1.
Write. Scribo, Hre, scripsi, scrip'

tum.
Writing. Scriptum, i, n. To com-
mit to writing, litUris mandoj

dre, dvi, dtum.
Wrong. Pravus, a, um.
Wrong, crime. Nefas, n. indecl.



X.

Xenophon. XenHphon, ontis, m.
Xerxes. Xerxes, is, m.



Year. Annus, i, m.

Yesterday, fferil adv.; hestemo
die. G. 429. Yesterday's, of
yesterday, hesternus, a, um.

Yet. Tamen, adv.

Yoke. Jugum, i, n.

You, thou. Tu, tui. You your-
self, ipse, a, um.

Young man. Adoleseens, entis, m. ;
juvinis, is, m.

Your. Vester, tra, trum. Your, thy,
iuus, a, um. Your companions,
&.Q.,vestri, Oram; tui, 6rum; m.
pi. G. 441, 1.

Yourself, emphatic, not intensive.
Tu, tui ; intensive, ipse, a, um.
By yourself, tecum.

Youth. Juvinis, is, tH' and f.



Z.

Zeal. Studium, ii, n.



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Boiie, James B. Xenophon^s Anabasis. With Notes, and Kieperi^s Map.

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Cojt Edward O. Mayor^s Greek for Beginners.

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Hadlej, James. Greek Grammar.

Elements of Greek Grammar.

Greek Verbs. Paper cover.

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Owen, John L. Acts of the Apostles, in Greek. With Lexicon. ISmo.

Anabasis of Xenophon. With Notes, and References to Crosby's,

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