The First Part of Jacobs and Doring's Latin Reader; Adapted to Andrew's and Stoddars's Latin Grammar. by Prof. E.A. Andrews

The First Part of Jacobs and Doring's Latin Reader; Adapted to Andrew's and Stoddars's Latin Grammar. by Prof. E.A. Andrews

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1840 edition. Excerpt: ...re, f. Great Britain. Britannicus, a, um, adj. belonging to Britain; British: oceanus Britannicus, and mare Britannrcum, the North sea, including apart of the Baltic. Britannus, a, um, adj. British: Britanni, the Britons. Bruma, re, f. the winter solstice; the shortest day. Bruttium, i, n. a promontory of Italy. Bruttii, orum, m. pi. a people in the southern part of Italy. Brutus, i, m. the name of an illustrious Roman family. Bucephalus, i, m. the name of Alexander's war-horse. Bucephalos, i, f. a city of India, near the Hydaspes, built by Alexander, in memory of his horse. Buxeus, a, um, adj. of box; of a pale yellow color, like boxwood. Byzantium, i, n. now Constantinople, a city of Thrace, situated upon the Bosphorus. C. C, an abbreviation of Caius. Cabira, ind. a toum of Pontus. Cacumen, lnis, n. (Ae top; the peak; the summit. Cadens, tis, part, (cado.) Cadmus, i, m. a'son of Jigenor, king of Phoenicia. Cado, cadere, cecidi, casum, n. to fall. Ccilius, i, m. the name of several Romans. Crecubum, i, n. a town of Campania, famous for its urine. Ca?cubus, a, um, adj. Cozcuban; of Ccecubum. Csdes, is, f. slaughter; carnage; homicide; murder; from Credo, credere, cecidi, cresum, n. to cut; to kill; to slay; to beat. Crelatus, a, um, part, from Caelo, are, avi, atum, a. to carve; to engrave; to sculpture; to emboss. Crepe, or Cepe, n. indec. an onion. Crepio, onis, m. a Roman consul who commanded in Spain. Caesar, Sris, m. a cognomen or surname given to the Julian family. Crestus, us, m. a gauntlet; a boxing glove. Cresus, a, um, part, (credo, ) cut; slain; beaten Caius, i, m. a Roman pnenomen. Calais, is, m. a son of Boreas. Calamitas, atis, f. a calamity; a misfortune; from Calamus, i, m. a reed. Calathiscus, i, m. a small basket....show more

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  • Paperback | 78 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 154g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236796888
  • 9781236796882