P. Vergili Maronis Opera Volume N . 2

P. Vergili Maronis Opera Volume N . 2

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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. 1882 edition. Excerpt: ...2. 5 'equidem si scis tute, ' Pers. v. 45 'non equidem hoc dubites, ' Prop. iii. 23. 5 'Hie equidem Phoebo visus mini pulcrior ipso, ' Cic. Att. xiii. 26 'equidem credibile non est: ' (3) with other cases of 1st pers., e.g. Pers. i. 110 'per me equidem sint omnia protinus alba, ' or 3rd pers., e.g. Ter. Eun. v. 4. 34 (955) 'equidem orante, ut ne id faceret, Thaide.' 28, 29. velis, abl., as in 'tendit iter velis' vii. 7. demittere, 'bring to haven;' cp. ' deducere, ' 'devenire, ' etc., where ' de-' implies a fixed 'terminus ad quem.' 37. in iaculis, 'with javelins;' abl. of circumstance; cp. iv. 518. Criniso MSS; more commonly 'Crimiso.' 52-54. deprensus, 'storm-caught;' cp. G.iv.421. suis ='propriis, ' as Aen. vi. 142. 55. ultro, 'beyond all hope;' cp. ii. 145. 56. 'Not indeed, as I think, without the purpose and the will of heaven.' equidem, though in connection with reor, seems only to strengthen haud; see above l. 26. divum, Med., Pal., Gud., a, b: see Introd. Ill, p. xlv. 60. velit, 'may he deign;' so of Jupiter, i. 733. 62. adhibete, 'invoke;' cp. Hor. Od. iv. 5. 32 'alterisTe mensis adhibet deum.' 64. si... extulerit. No doubt is implied; the expression being originally connected with some superstitious fear of speaking too confidently: cp. the Greek opt. with av = a. modified future. See also vi. 770; and cp. Plaut. Capt. ii. 2.1 'lam ego revortar intro si ex his quae volo exquisivero, ' Catull. xiv. 17 'si luxerit' ('come dawn'), Hor. Epp. i. 7. 10 'Quod si bruma nives Albanis illinet agris.' 65. retexerit, iv. 119. 69. crudo, 'of raw hide;' cp. G. iii. 20. 71. ore favete, 'hush! one and all' (1it. 'favour with the lips'), a formula at sacrifices, bidding people keep silence at any rate from ill-omened words; cp. Hor. Od. iii. 1. 2 'favete...
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