New Latin Grammar eBook

Charles Edwin Bennett
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 240 pages of information about New Latin Grammar.

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saepio, 123, III. salio, 123, II. sancio, 123, III. sapio, 122, III. sarcio, 123, III. scindo, 122, I, 2, N. scisco, 122, IV, 2. scribo, 122, I, 1, a. sculpo, 122, I, 1, a. seco, 120, II. sedeo, 121, V. sentio, 123, III. sepelio, 123, I. sequor, 122, V. sero, 122, I, 6. serpo, 122, I, 1, a. sileo, 121, II, a, N. sino, 122, I, 6. solvo, 122, I, 4. sono, 120, II. spargo, 122, I, 1, b. sperno, 122, I, 6. splendeo, 121, II, a, N. 1. spondeo, 121, IV. statuo, 122, II. sterno, 122, I, 6. -stinguo, 122, I, 1, a. sto, 120, IV. strepo, 122, I, 5. strideo, 121, VI. stringo, 122, I, 1, a. struo, 122, II. studeo, 121, II, a, N. 1. suadeo, 121, III. subigo, 122, I, 3. subsum, 125. sum, 100. sumo, 122, I, 3. suo, 122, II. supersum, 125. sustineo, 121, II, b.

T.

taceo, 121, II, a. taedet, 138, II. tango, 122, I, 2. tego, 122, I, 1, a. temno, 122, I, 1, a. tendo, 122, I, 2. teneo, 121, II, b. tero, 122, I, 6. terreo, 121, II, a. texo, 122, I, 5. timeo, 121, II, a, N. 1. tingo, 122, I, 1, a. tollo, 122, I, 2, N. tonat, 138, I. tondeo, 121, IV. tono, 120, II. torpeo, 121, II, a, N. 1. torqueo, 121, III. torreo, 121, II, b. trado, 122, I, 2. traho, 122, I, 1, a. tremo, 122, I, 5. tribuo, 122, II. trudo, 122, I, 1, b. tueor, 121, VII. tundo, 122, I, 2.

U.

ulciscor, 122, V. unguo, 122, I, 1, a. urgeo, 121, III. uro, 122, I, 1, a. utor, 122, V.

V.

vado, 122, I, 1, b. valeo, 121, II, a. veho, 122, I, 1, a. vello, 122, I, 4. venio, 123, IV. vereor, 121, VII. vergo, 122, I, 7. verro, 122, I, 4. verto, 122, I, 4. vescor, 122, V. veto, 120, II. video, 121, V. vigeo, 121, II, a, N. 1. vincio, 123, III. vinco, 122, I, 3. vireo, 121, II, a, N. 1. viso, 122, I, 4. vivo, 122, I, 1, a. volo, 130. volvo, 122, I, 4. vomo, 122, I, 5. voveo, 121, V.

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ABBREVIATIONS.—­Abl., ablative; acc., accusative; adj., adjective; adv., adverb, adverbial, or adverbially; cf., compare; comp., comparison or comparative; conj., conjunction or conjugation; const., constr., construction; dat., dative; decl., declension; gen., genitive; ind., indicative; indir. disc., indirect discourse; loc., locative; N., note; nom., nominative; plu., plural; prep., preposition; pron., pronoun or pronunciation; sing., singular; subj., subject; subjv., subjunctive; voc., vocative; w., with.

A.

a, vowel, 2, 1; ——­ pronunciation, 3, 1; ——­ development of a, before a single consonant, 7, 1, a; ——­ before two consonants, 7, 1, b; ——­ a as ending of nom. sing. of 1st decl., 20; ——­ in voc. sing. of Greek nouns in -es of 1st decl., 22; ——­ in nom. sing. of Greek nouns in -e of 1st decl., 22, 3; ——­ termination of nom. and acc. plu. of neuters, 23; 35;
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