Döderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes

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Sida 116 - 20, to renew the battle ; and pugnam integrare, Liv. vii. 7, to begin the battle again quite from the beginning. Aut. Herenn. ii. 3, 47. Enumeratio est per quam colligimus et commonemus quibus de rebus verba fecerimus, breviter, ut renovetur, non redintegretur oratio. (i. 184.) JUBERE ; IMPERARE ; PR^CIPERE ; MANDARE. J ubere (from
Sida 70 - which the buyer might either claim as his due, or ought to receive freely and gratuitously, such as peace, justice, love, and so forth. Cic. Sext. 30, 36. Quis autem rex qui illo anno non aut emendum sibi quod non habebat, aut redimendum quod habebat,
Sida 64 - 2. Divisio denotes, theoretically, the separation of a genus into its species, whereas partitio, the separation of the whole into its parts. Quintil, v. 10, 63. Cic. Top. 5. 3. Dividere refers to a whole, of which the parts are merely locally and mechanically joined, and therefore severs only an exterior connection ; but
Sida 137 - qusestor urbanus, fuerit erga te et dignitatem tuam ; sed parum est, me hoc meminisse ; spero etiam te, qui oblivisci nihil soles, nisi injurias, quoniam hoc est animi, quoniam etiam
Sida 10 - Sen. Ep. 42. Meministi, cum quendam affirmares esse in tua potestate, dixisse me volaticum esse ac levem, et te non pedem ejus tenere, sed pennam. Mentitus sum ; pluma tenebatur, quam remisit et fugit. Cic. ND ii. 47.121. 3. Penna denotes the whole, consisting of quill and feathers ; pinna, the feather only, in opposition to the quill, (v. 204.) ALACER, see
Sida 1 - see Celare, A. ABESSE; DEESSE; DEFICERE. 1. Abesse denotes absence as a local relation, ' to be away ' from a place ;. but deesse denotes an absence by which a thing is rendered incomplete, and means ' to fail,' ' to be wanting/ in opp. to esse and superesse. Cic. Brut. 80. Calidio hoc unum, si nihil utilitatis habebat, abfuit, si opua erat,
Sida 178 - are expressions of indignation ;querimoniain the just feeling of the injured person, who will not brook an act of injustice ; querela in, for the most part, the blamable feeling of the discontented person, who will brook no hardship. The Querimonia is ~an act of the understanding, and aims at redress or satisfaction ; the
Sida 191 - inimici quam recentissimum ostenderet. Tac. Ann. xii. 46. Mox ubi sanguis artus extremos suffuderit, levi ictu cruorem eliciunt atque invicem lambunt. Sanguis is the condition of physical life ; cruor, the symbol of death by slaughter. 2. Sanguineus means, consisting of blood, sanguinolentus, smelling after blood, or blood-thirsty ; cruentus, red with blood, (iv. 258.). SANIES ; Pus. Sanies (from
Sida 92 - GELICIDIUM, GELIDUS, GELU, see Frigere. GEMERE, see Suspirare. GEMINUS, see Duplex. GENA, see Mala. GENERARE, see Creare. GENS ; NATIO ; POPULUS ; CIVITAS. 1. Gens and natio denote a people, in a physical sense, in the description of nations, as a society originating in common descent and relationship, without any apparent reference to civilization; whereas populus and
Sida 7 - marte the battle between two parties is considered as a whole ; in pari marte the fortune of one party is set against that of the other, and declared to be equal to it. 2. Par denotes similarity with respect to greatness, power, and value, or equality and proportion with regard to number, like

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