The First and Second [Third and Fourth] Books of Eutropius

The First and Second [Third and Fourth] Books of Eutropius

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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. Niet afgebeeld. 1887 edition. Uittreksel: ...gero. gestus, a, um, P. perf. pass. of gero. gigno, genui, gecitum, gignere, 3. v. a.: 1. To bear or bring forth.--2. Pass.: Of a child: To be born.--Pass.: gignor, geni'tus sum, gigni. Grsecia, se, f. Grseci, "the Greeks " Greece. gratior, us, comp. adj.; see gratus. gratus, a, um, -adj. Pleasing, delightful, agreeable;--at ii. 20 folld. by Dat. 106, (3).--C3" Comp.: gratior; (Sup.: gratissimus). gravissime, sup. adv.; see graviter. graviter, adv. gravis, "heavy" Heavily, severely, grievously.--tJ3T (Comp.: grfivius); Sup.: gravissime. habeo, ui, ltum, ere, 2. v. a.: 1. To have, in the fullest sense of the term;--at i. 2 haberent is plur. on account of the composite Subject ipse et populus 92;--at ii. 13 the Subject of habere is eum 93, (2).--2. With second Acc.: To have, or hold, an Object in the state denoted by such second Acc.: --exercitum salvum habuit, he had his army safe; i.e.) he saved his army, ii. 26; cf., also, L 7 99; Notes to Syntax, p. 134, III..-.--3.: a. With second Acc.: To account, deem, consider, regard, as that which is denoted by such second Acc.--b. In Pass. constr. that which was the second Acc. after act. verb becomes the Complement, and hence is Nom. with finite verb, or Acc. with Infinitive mood 94; 87, D, a.--Pass.: habeor, itus sum, eri. Hamilcar, Sris, m. Hamilcar; a Carthaginian, father of Hannibal, the celebrated general of the Carthaginians in the second Punic War. hie, hsec, hoc, pron. adj. This;--at ii. 7 hoc agrees with the following clause, ut unus... crearetur, as its Subst, 156, (3).--As Subst.: a. hi, m. plur. These men, these.--b. hsec, n. plur. These things. Hiero, onis, m. Hiero; king of Syracuse in Sicily, who from more

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