Letter 77 part 2 Seneca

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  1. solium -i(i) (n)
    seat
  2. inlatum (infero, inferre, intuli, inlatus)
    having been carried in
  3. calda -ae (n)
    hot water
  4. suffusa (suffundo, suffundere, suffudi, suffusus)
    having been poured on
  5. paulatim (adv)
    little by little
  6. defecit (deficio, deficere, defeci, defectus)
    he passed/faded away
  7. lenis, -e (adj)
    gentle, easy
  8. dissolutio (dissolutio, dissolutionis) (f)
    disconnection, destruction
  9. liquit animus
    he had fainted
  10. excessi (excedo, excedere, excessi, excessus)
    I passed, digressed
  11. consciverit sibi (conscisco, consciscere, conscivi, conscitus)
    he brought it on himself
  12. elapsus est (elabor, elabi, elapsus)
    it slipped away
  13. volumus (volo, velle, volui, -)
    we are willing
  14. inperitus (imperitus, imperita, imperitum)
    inexperienced
  15. quandoque (adv)
    at some time
  16. accessit (accedo, accedere, accessi, accessus)
    it approached, came
  17. tergiversatur (tergiversor, tergiversari, tergiversatus)
    he hangs back, hesitates
  18. plorat (ploro, plorare, ploravi, ploratus)
    he weeps
  19. stultissimus (stultus, stulta, stultum)
    most stupid
  20. paria (par, paris) (adj)
    equal
  21. punctum (punctum, puncti) (n)
    point
  22. coniectus (conicio, conicere, conjeci, conjectus)
    having been assigned, cast upon
  23. quousque (adv)
    how long? until when?
  24. operam (opera -ae) (f)
    effort
  25. flecti (flecto, flectere, flexi, flexus)
    to be bent, persuaded
  26. rata (reor, reri, ratus)
    having been deemed, thought
  27. series (series, seriei) (f) (5)
    a series(!), chain, sequence
  28. inligavit (inligo, ligare, ligavi, ligatus)
    it bound, is bound
  29. cuncta (cunctum, cuncti) (n)
    all things
  30. comitabitur (comitor, comitari, comitatus)
    it will join, follow
  31. commorerentur (commorior, commori, commortuus)
    they died together with
  32. inpubis (inpubes, (gen.), inpuberis)
    beardless, youthful
  33. contumelioso (contumeliosus, contumeliosa)
    humiliating
  34. ministerio (ministerium -i) (n)
    service
  35. vas obscenum
    a chamber pot
  36. inlisum (inlido, inlidere, inlisi, inlisus)
    having been struck
  37. parieti (paries, parietis) (m)
    the wall
  38. rupit (rumpo, rumpere, rupi, ruptus)
    he broke
  39. perire (pereo, perire, perivi(ii), peritus)
    to die
  40. puerile (puerilis, puerilis, puerile)
    youthful
  41. sumes (sumo, sumere, sumpsi, sumptus)
    you will take up
  42. servis (servio, servire, servivi, servitus) +DAT
    you will be a slave to
  43. ecquid (adv)
    at all?
  44. propter (adv)
    near; because of which
  45. morantur (moror, morari, moratus)
    they delay
  46. mulsi (mulsum, mulsi) (n)
    honeyed wine
  47. sapor (sapor, saporis) (m)
    flavour
  48. vesicam (vesica, vesicae) (f)
    bladder
  49. saccus (saccus, sacci)
    a sack
  50. sapiat (sapio, sapere, sapivi, -)
    he/it has the taste of
  51. ostreum (ostreum, ostrei) (n)
    an oyster
  52. mullus (mullus, mulli) (m)
    mullet
  53. invitus (invitus, invita, invitum)
    reluctant, unwilling
  54. divelleris (divello, divellere, divelli, divulsus)
    you are separated from
  55. confitere (confiteor, confiteri, confessus)
    confess!
  56. curiae (curia, -ae) (f)
    the senate
  57. macellum -i (n)
    market
  58. boletatione (boletatio, boletationis) (f)
    a mushroom supper
  59. contemnis (contemno, contemnere, contempsi, contemptus)
    you scorn
  60. porro (adv)
    again
  61. agmine (agmen, agminis) (n)
    a troupe
  62. demissa (demitto, demittere, demisi, demissus)
    having let hang down
  63. usque (adv)
    all the way to
  64. succursura (succurro, succurrere, succucurri, succursus) est
    it would be helping
  65. officia (officium, offici(i)) (n)
    duties
  66. explere (expleo, explere, explevi, expletus)
    to fill out, finish
  67. respexeris (respicio, respicere, respexi, respectus)
    you consider, look at
  68. gloriari (glorior, gloriari, gloriatus)
    to boast
  69. centesimum (centum, centesimus)
    one hundred
  70. refert (refero, referre, rettuli, relatus)
    it counts
  71. quocumque (adv)
    wherever, anywhere
  72. clausulam (clausula, clausulae) (f)
    the end, conclusion
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Letter 77 part 2 Seneca
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