Capitulum Quārtum Dominus et Servī

  1. sacculus, sacculī


    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a small bag (as a filter for wine), Lucil. ap. C
    • a purse
  2. pecūnia, pecūniae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • property, riches, wealth
    • money
  3. nummus, nummī
    (nūmus, nūmī)


    noun (m., 2nd declension)
    • a piece of money, coin, money
    • the Roman unit of account, a silver coin, sesterce
    • a trifle, mere nothing, penny
  4. mēnsa, mēnsae


    noun (f., 1st declension)
    • a table
    • a table, meal, course
    • a money-changer's counter
    • a sacrificial table, alter
  5. baculum, baculī


    noun (n., 2nd declension)
    • a stick, staff, walking-stick
    • a sceptre
  6. vacuus, vacua, vacuum

    cf. vaco

    adjective (2-1-2)
    • empty, void, unoccupied, vacant, free, clear, devoid of, without
    • [as subst n.] an empty space, vaeant place, void, vacuity
    • [figuratively] free, freed, clear, devoid of, without
    • free from labor, without business, at leisure, idle, clear, disengaged, unoccupied, not engrossed
    • [of places] quiet, peaceful, undisturbed (poet.)
    • [of time] free, vacant, disengaged, leisure
  7. bonus, bona, bonum

    old duonus


    adjective (2-1-2)
    • good
    • [as subst] a good man
    • [plural] the better classes, aristocracy, rich
  8. quattuor

    adjective (indeclinable)
    [numeral] four
  9. quīnque

    adjective (indeclinable)
  10. septem

    (German) sieben


    adjective (indeclinable)
  11. octō

    adjective (indeclinable)
  12. novem

    adjective (indeclinable)
  13. decem

    adjective (indeclinable)
  14. habet - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    habeō, habēre, habuī, habitus


    verb (2nd conjugation)
    • to have, hold, support, carry, wear
    • to have, hold, contain
    • to have, hold, occupy, inhabit
    • [of relation or association] to have
    • to have, be furnished with
    • to have, hold, keep, retain, detain
  15. numerat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    numerō, numerāre, numerāvī, numerātus


    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to count, enumerate, reckon, number, take account of
    • [of money] to count out, pay out, pay
    • to recount, relate
    • [figuratively] to reckon, number, possess, own
    • to account, reckon, esteem, consider, regard, hold
  16. adest - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    adsum, adesse, adfuī, -
    assum, adesse, affuī, - (affuturus)
    -, adfore, -, -

    verb (sum conjugation)
    • to be at, be present, be at hand
    • to be at hand, stand by, assist, support, aid, help
    • [hence] to come, appear
    • [figuratively] to be present, be at hand
  17. abest - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    absum, abesse, āfuī, - (āfutūrus)

    verb (sum conjugation)
    • to be away from, be absent, be free from
    • to be removed from, be disinclined to
    • to be removed from, be different from, differ
    • to be unsuitable, be inappropriate
    • to be wanting to, fail, not to help
  18. salūtat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    salūtō, salūtāre, salūtāvī, salūtātus


    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to greet, wish health, pay respects, salute, hail
    • to call upon, visit, pay respects to, wait upon
    • to greet, welcome
  19. tacet - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    taceō, tacēre, tacuī, tacitus


    verb (2nd conjugation)
    • to be silent, not speak, say nothing, hold one's peace
    • to pass over in silence, keep quiet, leave unsaid, not speak
  20. accūsat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    accūsō, accūsāre, accūsāvī, accūsātus

    ad + causa

    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to call to account, make complaint against, reproach, blame, accuse
    • supin. acc
    • [by metonymy] of things, to blame, find fault with, throw the blame on
    • [in law] to call to account, bring to trial, prosecute, accuse, arraign, indict
  21. pōnit - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    pōnō, pōnere, posuī, positus
    -, -, posīvī, postus

    port- (pro)

    verb (3rd conjugation)
    • to put down, set down, put, place, set, fix, lay, deposit
    • [of troops and guards] to place, post, set, station, fix
    • to set up, erect, build
    • to form, fashion, mould, depict
    • [of plants] to set, set out, plant
    • [of wagers or prizes] to offer, propose, promise, lay, stake, wager
  22. sūmit - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    sūmō, sūmere, sūmpsī, sūmptus

    sub + emo

    verb (3rd conjugation)
    • to take, take up, take in hand, lay hold of, assume
    • to take, eat, drink, consume, enjoy, put on
    • to take in exchange, buy, purchase
    • [figuratively] to take, take up, assume
    • to take up, under take, enter upon, begin
    • to exact, inflict
  23. discēdit - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    discēdō, discēdere, discessī, discessus


    verb (3rd conjugation)
    • to go apart, part asunder, divide, separate, disperse, scatter
    • to go away, depart, leave
    • [of troops] to march off, march away, decamp
    • [from a battle] to get away, come away, come off, be left, remain
    • [from a trial or struggle] to come off, get off, be left, remain
    • [figuratively] to depart, deviate, swerve from, leave, forsake, give up, abandon
  24. imperat - 3rd person singular present active indicative

    imperō, imperāre, imperāvī, imperātus
    inperō, inperāre, inperāvī, inperātus


    1 in

    verb (1st conjugation)
    • to command, order, enjoin, bid, give an order
    • to exercise authority, command, rule, control, govern
    • to be master, rule, control, govern
    • to give orders for, make requisition for, levy, require, impose, demand
  25. pāret = 3rd person singular present active indicative

    pāreō, pārēre, pāruī, -

    2 PAR-

    verb (2nd conjugation)
    • to appear, be visible, be at hand
    • [impers] it is clear, is evident, is manifest
    • [with dative] to obey, be obedient, submit, comply
    • to be subject, be dependent, be subservient
    • to submit, comply, indulge, gratify, yield
    • to satisfy, fulfil, accomplish, pay
  26. nūllus

    nūllus, nūlla, nūllum

    ne + ullus

    adjective (UNUS NAUTA)
    • not any, none, no
    • [as subst m. and f] no one, nobody
    • [for nihil] nothing
    • [colloquially] not, not at all
    • of no account, insignificant, trifling, worthless, null
  27. eius
    masculine genitive singular
    feminine genitive singular
    neuter genitive singular

    is, ea, id
    2 I-

    pronoun (demonstrative)
    • this, that, the
    • he, she, it, the one mentioned
  28. suus, sua, suum

    cf. sui,


    pronoun (possessive)
    • of oneself, belonging to oneself, his own, her own, his, her, its, their
    • one's, one's own
    • his, her, its, their
    • his, her, its, their
    • own, peculiar
    • [a. Plur m. as subst., of intimates or partisans] one's people, their own friends
  29. is, ea, id

    2 I-

    pronoun (demonstrative)
    • this, that, the
    • he, she, it, the one mentioned
  30. quod
    neuter nominative singular
    neuter accusative singular
    neuter vocative singular

    quī, quae, quod

    2 CA-

    pronoun (relative)
    who, which, that
  31. rūrsus

    vorsus or revorsum-- P. of reverto

    adverb - positive
    • turned back, back, backwards
    • [of reciprocity] on the contrary, on the other hand, in return, in turn, again
    • [pleonastic with retro or invicem]
    • [of recurrence or repetition] back again, again, anew, once more
  32. tantum

    adverb - positive
    • so much, so greatly, to such a degree, so far, so long, so
    • [with an adj.] so
    • only so much, so little, only, alone, merely, but
    • [with non] only not, very nearly, almost, all but
    • [with quod] only, just, but just, a little before, hardly, scarcely
    • [poetic] just, only now
  33. salvē - 2nd person singular present active imperative

    salveō, salvēre, -, -


    verb (2nd conjugation)
    • to be well, be in good health
    • to be well, be greeted
    • [imperative] greetings!, hello!
    • [imperative] goodbye!, be well!
  34. vocātīvus, vocātīva, vocātīvum


    adjective (2-1-2)
    of or belonging to calling
  35. imperātīvus, imperātīva, imperātīvum
    (inperātīvus, inperātīva, inperātīvum)


    adjective (2-1-2)
    of or proceeding from a command, commanded
  36. indicātīvus, indicātīva, indicātīvum

    adjective (2-1-2)
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