Adjective-Adverb Interfaces in Romance

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Metadata

Setting of examples
LanguageLatin
RegionAncient Rome
Date4th century b.C. - 3rd century A.D.
Persons involved
CompilationSolari Jarque, Nicolás (2019-2020)
AnnotationSolari Jarque, Nicolás (2020-2021)
Annotation
Types of examplesPrepositional phrases
Annotated Categories
  • obligatory: Adverb: Lemma, Morphosyntactic Structure (Adjectival), Inflection (uninflected=m.sg. / fem.sg. / neut.sg. / masc.pl. / fem.pl. / neut.pl.), Attribution target (Verb / Verb and Subject / Verb and Object / Sentence / Adverb / Adjective / Noun or syntagma without verb-reference), Semantic classification (Manner / Quantity / Time / Location / Discourse / Specification), Coordinated (true / false), Modified (true / false), Reduplicated (true / false), Part of prepositional phrase (true)
  • optional: Verb: Lemma, Syntactic construction (Transitive / Intransitive / Reflexive), Coordinated (true / false), part of the text (true)
  • optional: Subject: Gender (Masculine / Feminine), Number (Singular / Plural), Overt subject (true)
  • obligatory: Preposition (Adverbial = Preposition + Adjective): Lemma, Contracted (false)
Sources
texts from Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, see sources
Related Publication
Solari Jarque, Nicolás (in preparation): Las Formaciones Adverbiales con Preposición y Adjetivo (tipos de pleno, in serium) en Latín. PhD Thesis at the Universidad de Alcalá, Alcalá de Henares (Madrid).
Corpus Description
This corpus contains around 3.500 annotated examples of PA patterns which have an adjectival phraseme core, such as in primis or ex aequo. Approximately 200 different adjectival lemmata are registered, as shown in the List of Lemmata, which includes a count of examples per lemma. These examples were found within the Latin literature from the 4th century b.C. to the 3rd century A.D., hence covering Early Latin (4th–2nd century b.C.), Classical Latin (1st century b.C.) and Imperial Latin (1st–4th century A.D.), except Christian authors, whose language was strongly influenced by biblical texts and, therefore, by Hebrew and Greek. The compilation of the prepositional phrases was made after parsing and analysing one-by-one the classical texts referred in the index of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae and according to the little information that can be found regarding this topic in some grammars and stylistic Latin manuals such as the ones written by Ferdinand Hand (after the work of Tursellinus), Hoffmann-Szantyr or Lisardo Rubio, among others. Additionally, this database offers a glossary which contains the translation into English of the phraseme, the adjective involved and its etymology, which has been taken from the Etymological dictionary of Latin and the other Italic languages by M. de Vaan.The bibliography (see sources) was complemented by the counting of words per author, summing up the total of words which were parsed (ca. 5,4 million words). This table includes also authors who do not appear in the corpus because no instance of PA was found in their texts.
Extent
Tagged examples of adverbs3568
Types of adjective - lemmata137
All words52506
Date2020
Suggested Citation
Solari Jarque, Nicolás (2021): Corpus of Latin Prepositional Adverbials with Adjectival Core. In: Schneider, Gerlinde / Pollin, Christopher / Gerhalter, Katharina & Hummel, Martin: Adjective-Adverb Interfaces in Romance. Open-Access Database (=AAIF-Database). https://gams.unigraz.at/o:aaif.ltpaaif.

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Acc.trag.Lucius Accius Tragoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vol. 1,1898 Ancient Rome
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Afran.tog.Lucius Afranius Comoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta,1898 Ancient Rome
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Cic.adBrut.Marcus Tullius Cicero Epistulae ad Brutum Prose ClassicalShakelton Bailey, D. R. Oxford classical texts Oxford Cicero: Epistulae ad Quintum Fratrem et M. Brutum,1980 Ancient Rome
Cic.Caecin.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro A. Caecina Oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.Cael.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro M. Caelio Rufo Oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 1,1905 Ancient Rome
Cic.catil.Marcus Tullius Cicero In L. Sergium Catilinam Orationes Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 1,1905 Ancient Rome
Cic.Cato.Marcus Tullius Cicero Cato maior de senectute Prose ClassicalSimbeck, K. Teubner Stuttgart M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 47,1917 Ancient Rome
Cic.Cluent.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 1,1905 Ancient Rome
Cic.Deiot.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro rege Deiotaro oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 2,1918 Ancient Rome
Cic.div.Marcus Tullius Cicero De divinatione Prose ClassicalMueller, C. F. W. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia Part. 4, Vol. 2,1890 Ancient Rome
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Cic.dom.Marcus Tullius Cicero De domo sua ad pontifices oratio Prose ClassicalPeterson, W. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 5,1911 Ancient Rome
Cic.fam.Marcus Tullius Cicero Epistulae ad familiares Prose ClassicalShakelton Bailey, D. R. Oxford classical texts Oxford Cicero: Epistulae ad Familiares,1977 Ancient Rome
Cic.fat.Marcus Tullius Cicero De fato Prose ClassicalMueller, C. F. W. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia Part. 4, Vol. 2,1890 Ancient Rome
Cic.fin.Marcus Tullius Cicero De finibus bonorum et malorum Prose ClassicalSchiche, T. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 43,1915 Ancient Rome
Cic.Flacc.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro L Valerio Flacco oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.Font.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro M. Fonteio orationes quae extant Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 6,1911 Ancient Rome
Cic.Har.Resp.Marcus Tullius Cicero De haruspicum responso oratio Prose ClassicalPeterson, W. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 5,1911 Ancient Rome
Cic.inv.Marcus Tullius Cicero Rhetorici libri qui vocantur de inventione Prose ClassicalStroebel, E. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 2,1915 Ancient Rome
Cic.Lael.Marcus Tullius Cicero Laelius de amicitia Prose ClassicalMueller, C. F. W. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia Part 4, Vol. 3,1890 Ancient Rome
Cic.leg.Marcus Tullius Cicero Librorum de legibus quae exstant Prose Classicalde Plinval, G. Belles Lettres Paris Traité des Lois,1968 Ancient Rome
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Cic.Lig.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro Q. Ligario oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 2,1918 Ancient Rome
Cic.Manil.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro lege Manilia (de imperio Cn. Pompei) oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 1,1905 Ancient Rome
Cic.Marcell.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro M. Claudio Marcello oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 2,1918 Ancient Rome
Cic.Mil.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro T. Annio Milone oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 2,1918 Ancient Rome
Cic.Mur.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro L. Licinio Murena oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 1,1905 Ancient Rome
Cic.NatDeor.Marcus Tullius Cicero De natura deorum Prose ClassicalAx, W. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 45,1933 Ancient Rome
Cic.off.Marcus Tullius Cicero De officiis Prose ClassicalAtzert, C. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 48,1932 Ancient Rome
Cic.orat.Marcus Tullius Cicero Orator (ad M. Brutum) Prose ClassicalReis, P. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 5,1932 Ancient Rome
Cic.deOrat.Marcus Tullius Cicero De oratore Prose ClassicalWilkins, A. S. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Rhetorica Vol. 1,1955 Ancient Rome
Cic.parad.Marcus Tullius Cicero Paradoxa stoicorum Prose ClassicalMueller, C. F. W. Teubner Leipzig M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia part 4, Vol. 3,1890 Ancient Rome
Cic.part.Marcus Tullius Cicero Partitiones oratoriae Prose ClassicalRackham, H. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Cicero in Twenty-Eight Volumes Vol. 4,1942 Ancient Rome
Cic.Phil.Marcus Tullius Cicero In M. Antonium orationes Philippicae Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 2,1918 Ancient Rome
Cic.Pis.Marcus Tullius Cicero In L. Calpurnium Pisonem oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.Planc.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro Cn. Plancio oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 6,1911 Ancient Rome
Cic.prov.Marcus Tullius Cicero De provinciis consularibus oratio Prose ClassicalPeterson, W. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 5,1911 Ancient Rome
Cic.AdQFr.Marcus Tullius Cicero Epistulae ad Quintum Fratrem Prose ClassicalShakelton Bailey, D. R. Oxford classical texts Oxford Cicero: Epistulae ad Quintum Fratrem et M. Brutum,1980 Ancient Rome
Cic.QRosc.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro Q. Roscio Gallo Comoedo oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.Quinct.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro C. Quinctio oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.RabPerd.Marcus Tullius Cicero Pro C. Rabirio perduellionis reo orationis quae exstant Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.RabPost.Marcus Tullius Cicero Por C. Rabirio Postumo oratio Prose ClassicalClarck, A. C. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 4,1909 Ancient Rome
Cic.PRedAdQuir.Marcus Tullius Cicero Post reditum ad quirites Prose ClassicalPeterson, W. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 5,1911 Ancient Rome
Cic.PRedInSen.Marcus Tullius Cicero Post reditum in senatu Prose ClassicalPeterson, W. Oxford classical texts Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Orationes Vol. 5,1911 Ancient Rome
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Enn.com.Ennius Comoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vol. 1,1898 Ancient Rome
Enn.trag.Ennius Tragoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyJocelyn, H. D. Cambridge classical texts Cambridge Ennius, The Tragedies: the fragments,1967 Ancient Rome
EpicedDrusi. Epicedion Drusi Poetry ImperialMozley, J. H. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid in Six Volumes Vol. 2,1979 Ancient Rome
Fest.Sex. Pompeius Festus Epitomae operis de verborum significatu Prose ImperialLindsey, W. M. Teubner Leipzig Sexti Pompei Festi De Verborum Significatu Quae Supersunt cum Pauli Epitome,1913 Ancient Rome
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Hyg.astr.Hyginus Astronomica Prose ImperialLe Boeuffle, A. Belles Lettres Paris L'Astronomie,1983 Ancient Rome
Hyg.fab.Hyginus Fabulae Prose ImperialRose, H. J. Sijthoff Leyden Hygini Fabulae,1933 Ancient Rome
Hyg.grom.Hyginus De limitibus Prose ImperialThulin, C. Teubner Leipzig Corpus Agrimensorum Latinorum Vol. 1,1971 Ancient Rome
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Liv.Titus Livius Patavinus Ab urbe condita Prose ClassicalConway, R. S., Walters, C. F., et alii Oxford classical texts Oxford Ab urbe condita,1914-1969 Ancient Rome
Liv.perioch. operis Liviani epitoma Prose ImperialJal. P. Belles Lettres Paris Abrégés des Livres de l'Histoire Romaine de Tite-Live,1984 Ancient Rome
Iuv.D. Iunius Iuvenalis Carmina Poetry ImperialClausen, W. V. Oxford classical texts Oxford A. Persi Flacci et D. Iuni Iuvenalis Saturae,1959 Ancient Rome
Lucan.M. Anneus Lucanus Bellum civile Poetry ImperialHousman, A. E. Basil Blackwell Oxford M. Annaei Lucani Belli Civilis Libri Decem,1927 Ancient Rome
Lucil.C. Lucilius Saturarum fragmenta Poetry EarlyMarx, F. Teubner Leipzig C. Lucilii Carminum Reliquiae marx,1904 Ancient Rome
Lucr.Titus Lucretius Carus De rerum natura Poetry Classicalmartin, J. Teubner Leipzig De Rerum Natura Libri Sex,1953 Ancient Rome
Manil.M. Manilius Astronomica Poetry ImperialMorel, W. Teubner Leipzig Fragmenta Poetarum Latinorum Epicorum et Lyricorum praeter Ennium et Lucilium,1927 Ancient Rome
Mart.M. Valerius Martialis Epigrammata Poetry ImperialHeraeus, W., Borovxkij, J. Teubner Leipzig M. Valerii Martialis Epigrammaton Libri,1925 Ancient Rome
Mela.Pomponius Mela De chorographia Prose ImperialRanstrand, G. Universitas Gothoburgensis Stockholm Pomponii Melae De Chorographia Libri Tres : Una Cum Indice Verborum,1971 Ancient Rome
Naev.com.Cn. Naevius Comoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vols. 1-2,1898 Ancient Rome
Naev.trag.Cn. Naevius Tragoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vol. 1,1898 Ancient Rome
Nep.Ages.Cornelius Nepos Agesilaus Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Alc.Cornelius Nepos Alcibiades Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Arist.Cornelius Nepos Aristides Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Att.Cornelius Nepos Atticus Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Dat.Cornelius Nepos Datames Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Epam.Cornelius Nepos Epaminondas Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Eum.Cornelius Nepos Eumenes Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Ham.Cornelius Nepos Hamilcar Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Hann.Cornelius Nepos Hannibal Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Iph.Cornelius Nepos Iphicrates Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Milt.Cornelius Nepos Miltiades Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Paus.Cornelius Nepos Pausanias Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Nep.Them.Cornelius Nepos Themistocles Prose ClassicalMarshall, P. K. Teubner Leipzig Cornelii Nepotis Vitae cum Fragmentis,1977 Ancient Rome
Novius.Atell.Novius Atellanarum fragmenta Drama ClassicalRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vol. 2,1898 Ancient Rome
Octavia. Octavia Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Ov.am.Publius Ovidius Naso Amores Poetry ClassicalShowerman, G., Goold, G. P. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid in Six Volumes Vol. 1,1977 Ancient Rome
Ov.ars.Publius Ovidius Naso Ars amatoria Poetry ClassicalMozley, J. H., Goold, G. P. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid in Six Volumes Vol. 2,1979 Ancient Rome
Ov.epist.Publius Ovidius Naso Epistulae (heroides) Poetry ClassicalShowerman, G., Goold, G. P. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid in Six Volumes Vol. 1,1977 Ancient Rome
Ov.fast.Publius Ovidius Naso Fasti Poetry ClassicalAlton, E. H., Wormell, D. E. W. Teubner Leipzig P. Ovidi Nasonis Fastorum libri sex,1978 Ancient Rome
Ov.Ibis.Publius Ovidius Naso Ibis Poetry ClassicalMozley, J. H., Goold, G. P. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid in Six Volumes Vol. 2,1979 Ancient Rome
Ov.met.Publius Ovidius Naso Metamorphoses Poetry ClassicalMiller, F. J., Goold, G. P. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid: Metamorphoses in Two Volumes,1977-1984 Ancient Rome
Ov.Pont.Publius Ovidius Naso Epistulae ex Ponto Poetry ClassicalAndré, J. Belles Lettres Paris Pontiques,1977 Ancient Rome
Ov.rem.Publius Ovidius Naso Remedia amoris Poetry ClassicalMozley, J. H., Goold, G. P. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge Ovid in Six Volumes Vol. 2,1979 Ancient Rome
Ov.trist.Publius Ovidius Naso Tristia Poetry ClassicalLuck, G. Karl Winter Heidelberg P. Ovidius Naso: Tristia,1967 Ancient Rome
Pacuv.trag.M. Pacuvius Tragoediarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vol. 1,1898 Ancient Rome
Pers.A. Persius Flaccus Satura Poetry ImperialClausen, W. V. Oxford classical texts Oxford A. Persi Flacci et D. Iuni Iuvenalis Saturae,1959 Ancient Rome
Petron.Petronius (arbiter) Satyrica Prose ImperialMüller, K., Ehlers, W. De Gruyter Berlin Petronius: Satyrica,1983 Ancient Rome
Phaedr.Phaedrus Augusti libertus Fabulae Poetry ImperialGuaglianone, A. Augus Taurinorum, osv. Turin Phaedri Augusti Liberti Liber Fabularum,1969 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Amph.Titus Maccius Plautus Amphitruo Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Asin.Titus Maccius Plautus Asinaria Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Aul.Titus Maccius Plautus Aulularia Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Bacch.Titus Maccius Plautus Bacchides Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Capt.Titus Maccius Plautus Captivi Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Cas.Titus Maccius Plautus Casina Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Cist.Titus Maccius Plautus Cistellaria Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Curc.Titus Maccius Plautus Curculio Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Epid.Titus Maccius Plautus Epidicus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Men.Titus Maccius Plautus Menaechmi Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Merc.Titus Maccius Plautus Mercator Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 1,1895 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Mil.Titus Maccius Plautus Miles Gloriosus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Most.Titus Maccius Plautus Mostellaria Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Persa.Titus Maccius Plautus Persa Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Poen.Titus Maccius Plautus Poenulus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Pseud.Titus Maccius Plautus Pseudolus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Rud.Titus Maccius Plautus Rudens Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Stich.Titus Maccius Plautus Stichus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Trin.Titus Maccius Plautus Trinummus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Truc.Titus Maccius Plautus Truculentus Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plaut.Vid.Titus Maccius Plautus Vidularia Drama EarlyLeo, F. Weidmann Berlin Plauti Comoediae Vol. 2,1896 Ancient Rome
Plin.nat.C. Secundus Plinius Naturalis historia Prose ImperialMayhoff, K. F. T., von Jan, L. Teubner Leipzig C. Plini Secundi Naturalis Historiae Libri XXXVII,1892-1909 Ancient Rome
Plin.epist.C. Plinius Caecilius Secundos Epistulae Prose ImperialMynors, R. A. B. Clarendon University Press Oxford C. Plini Caecili Secundi Epistularum Libri Decem,1966 Ancient Rome
Plin.paneg.C. Plinius Caecilius Secundos Panegyricus Prose ImperialMynors, R. A. B. Clarendon University Press Oxford XII Panegyrici Latini,1964 Ancient Rome
Pompon.praetext.P. Pomponius Secundus Fabularum praetextarum fragmenta Drama EarlyRibbeck, O. Teubner Leipzig Scaenicae Romanorum Poesis Fragmenta Vol. 1,1898 Ancient Rome
Prop.Sex. Propertius Elegiae Poetry ClassicalBarber, E. A. Clarendon University Press Oxford Sexti Properti Carmina,1963 Ancient Rome
Publil.Publilius Syrus Sententiae Poetry ClassicalMeyer, W. Theobaldus Griebenus Berlin Publilii Syri Mimi Sententiae,1880 Ancient Rome
QCic.pet.Q. Tullius Cicero Commentariolum petitionis Prose ClassicalWatt, W. S. Clarendon University Press Oxford M. Tulli Ciceronis Epistulae Vol. 3,1958 Ancient Rome
Quint.decl.M. Fabius Quintilianus Declamationes minores Prose ImperialWinterbottom, M. De Gruyter Berlin The Minor Declamations Ascribed to Quintilian,1984 Ancient Rome
Quint.inst.M. Fabius Quintilianus Institutio oratoria Prose ImperialWinterbottom, M. De Gruyter Berlin M. Fabi Quintiliani Institutionis Oratoriae Libri Duodecim,1970 Ancient Rome
PsQuint.decl.Ps. M. Fabius Quintilianos Declamationes maiores Prose ImperialHåkanson, L. De Gruyter Berlin Declamationes XIX Maiores Quintiliano Falso Ascriptae,1982 Ancient Rome
Rhet.Her. Rhetorica ad Herennium Prose ClassicalMarx, F. Teubner Stuttgart M. Tulli Ciceronis Scripta Quae Manserunt Omnia fasc. 1,1923 Ancient Rome
Rut.Lup.Publius Rutilius Rufus De vita sua Prose EarlyPeter, H. Teubner Leipzig Historicorum Romanorum Fragmenta Vol. 1,1914 Ancient Rome
Sall.Catil.C. Sallustius Crispus De coniuratione Catilinae Prose ClassicalKurfess, A. Teubner Leipzig C. Sallusti Crispi Catilina, Iugurtha, Fragmenta Ampliora,1957 Ancient Rome
Sall.epist.C. Sallustius Crispus Epistulae Prose ClassicalKurfess, A. Teubner Leipzig Appendix Sallustiana,1970 Ancient Rome
Sall.hist.C. Sallustius Crispus Historiarum reliquiae Prose ClassicalMaurenbrecher, B. Teubner Leipzig C. Sallusti Crispi Historiarum Reliquiae,1893 Ancient Rome
Sall.Iug.C. Sallustius Crispus De bello Iugurthino Prose ClassicalKurfess, A. Teubner Leipzig C. Sallusti Crispi Catilina, Iugurtha, Fragmenta Ampliora,1957 Ancient Rome
PsSall.rep.Ps. C. Sallustius Crispus Epistulae ad Caesarem senem de re publica Prose ClassicalKurfess, A. Teubner Leipzig Appendix Sallustiana,1970 Ancient Rome
ScribLarg.Scribonius Largus Compositiones Prose ImperialSconocchia, S. Teubner Leipzig Scribonii Largi Compositiones,1983 Ancient Rome
Sen.contr.L. Annaeus Seneca (rhetor) Controversiae Prose ImperialWinterbottom, M. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge The Elder Seneca: Declamations in Two Volumes,1974 Ancient Rome
Sen.suas.L. Annaeus Seneca (rhetor) Suasoriae Prose ImperialWinterbottom, M. Loeb Classical Library Cambridge The Elder Seneca: Declamations in Two Volumes,1974 Ancient Rome
Sen.Ag.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Agamemno Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.apocol.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Divi Claudii apocolocyntosis Prose ImperialEden, P. T. Cambridge classical texts Cambridge Seneca: Apocolocyntosis,1984 Ancient Rome
Sen.benef.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) De beneficiis Prose ImperialHosius, C. Teubner Leipzig L. Annaei Senecae opera quae supersunt Vol. 1, fasc. 2,1914 Ancient Rome
Sen.clem.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) De clementia Prose ImperialHosius, C. Teubner Leipzig L. Annaei Senecae opera quae supersunt Vol. 1, fasc. 2,1900 Ancient Rome
Sen.dial.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Dialogi Prose ImperialReynolds, L. D. Clarendon University Press Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Dialogorum Libri Duodecim,1977 Ancient Rome
Sen.epist.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Epistulae morales ad Lucilium Prose ImperialReynolds, L. D. Clarendon University Press Oxford L. Annaei Senecae ad Lucilium Epistulae Morales,1965 Ancient Rome
Sen.HercF.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Hercules (furens) Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.HercO.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Hercules (Oataeus) Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.Med.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Medea Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.nat.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Naturales quaestiones Prose ImperialOltramare, P. Belles Lettres Paris Seneque, Questions Naturelles,1929 Ancient Rome
Sen.Oed.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Oedipus Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.Phaedr.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Phaedra Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.Phoen.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Phoenissae Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.Thy.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Thyestes Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sen.Tro.L. Annaeus Seneca (philosophus) Troades Drama ImperialZwierlein, O. Oxford classical texts Oxford L. Annaei Senecae Tragoediae, Incertorum Auctorum Hercules [Oetaeus], Octavia,1987 Ancient Rome
Sil.Ti. Catius Asconius Silius Italicus Punica Poetry ImperialSummers, W. C. Sumptibus G. Bell et filiorum London Corpus Poetarum Latinorum Vol. 3,1905 Ancient Rome
Stat.silv.P. Papinius Statius Silvae Drama ImperialMarastoni, A. Teubner Leipzig P. Papini Stati Silvae,1970 Ancient Rome
Stat.Theb.P. Papinius Statius Thebais Drama ImperialHill, D. E. Brill Lugduni Batavorum P. Papini Stati Thebaidos Libri XII,1983 Ancient Rome
Suet.Aug.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Augusti Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Cal.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita caligulae Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Claud.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Claudii Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Dom.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Domitiani Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.galba.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Galbae Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Iul.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Iulii Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Nero.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Neronis Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Otho.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Othonis Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Tib.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Tiberii Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Tit.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Titi Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Vesp.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Vespasiani Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Suet.Vit.C. Suetonius Tranquillus Vita Vitellii Prose ImperialIhm, M. Teubner Stuttgart C. Suetoni Tranquilli Opera Vol. 1,1908 Ancient Rome
Tac.Agr.(P.) Cornelius Tacitus De vita Iulii Agricolae Prose ImperialAnderson, J. G. C. Clarendon University Press Oxford Cornelii Taciti Opera Minora,1939 Ancient Rome
Tac.ann.(P.) Cornelius Tacitus Annales Prose ImperialFisher, C. D. Clarendon University Press Oxford Cornelii Taciti Annalium Ab Excessu Divi Augusti Libri,1906 Ancient Rome
Tac.dial.(P.) Cornelius Tacitus Dialogus de oratoribus Prose ImperialAnderson, J. G. C. Clarendon University Press Oxford Cornelii Taciti Opera Minora,1939 Ancient Rome
Tac.Germ.(P.) Cornelius Tacitus Germania Prose ImperialAnderson, J. G. C. Clarendon University Press Oxford Cornelii Taciti Opera Minora,1939 Ancient Rome
Tac.hist.(P.) Cornelius Tacitus Historiae Prose ImperialFisher, C. D. Clarendon University Press Oxford Cornelii Taciti: Historiarum Libri,1911 Ancient Rome
Ter.Ad.P. Terentius Afer Adelphoe Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
Ter.Andr.P. Terentius Afer Andria Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
Ter.Eun.P. Terentius Afer Eunuchus Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
Ter.Haut.P. Terentius Afer Heautontimorumenos Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
Ter.Hec.P. Terentius Afer hecyra Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
Ter.Phorm.P. Terentius Afer Phormio Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
Tib.Albius Tibullus Elegiae Poetry ClassicalGalinsky, G. K., Lenz, F. W. E. J. Brill Leiden Albi Tibulli Aliorumque Carminum Libri Tres,1971 Ancient Rome
Trabea.com.Trabea Comoediarum palliatarum fragmenta Drama EarlyKauer, R., Lindsay, W. M., Skutsch, O. Clarendon University Press Oxford P. Terenti Afri Comoediae,1958 Ancient Rome
ValMax.Valerius Maximus Dicta et facta memorabilia Prose ImperialKempf, C. Teubner Leipzig Valerii Maximi Factorum et Dictorum Memorabilium Libri Novem,1888 Ancient Rome
Varro.ling.M. Terentius Varro Reatinus De lingua latina Prose ClassicalGoetz, G., Schoell, F. Teubner Leipzig M. Terenti Varronis De lingua latina quae supersunt,1910 Ancient Rome
Varro.Men.M. Terentius Varro Reatinus Menippearum fragmenta Drama ClassicalBücheler, F. Weidmann Berlin Petronii Saturae, Adiectae Sunt Varronis et Senecae Saturae Similesque Reliquiae,1963 Ancient Rome
Varro.rust.M. Terentius Varro Reatinus Res rusticae Prose ClassicalGoetz, G. Teubner Leipzig M. Terenti Varronis Rerum Rusticarum Libri Tres,1929 Ancient Rome
Vell.Velleius Paterculus Historiae Romanae Prose ImperialHellegouarc'h, J. Belles Lettres Paris Velleius Paterculus: Histoire Romaine,1982 Ancient Rome
Verg.Aen.Publius Vergilius Maro Aeneis Poetry ClassicalMynors, R. A. B. Oxford classical texts Oxford P. Vergili Maronis Opera,1972 Ancient Rome
Verg.ecl.Publius Vergilius Maro Eclogae Poetry ClassicalMynors, R. A. B. Oxford classical texts Oxford P. Vergili Maronis Opera,1972 Ancient Rome
Verg.georg.Publius Vergilius Maro Georgica Poetry ClassicalMynors, R. A. B. Oxford classical texts Oxford P. Vergili Maronis Opera,1972 Ancient Rome
Vitr.Vitruvius De architectura Prose ClassicalKrohn, F. Teubner Leipzig Vitruvii de Architectura,1912 Ancient Rome

List of Lemmata

The lemmatization is based on the underlying adjectival form (see Annotation model for further details).

LemmaCount

Glossary

Latin adverbial phraseMeaning (english)AdjectiveEtymology
a coacto coercedly coactus Perfect passive participle of cogere (to collect, compel) < cum + agere < *h2eg-e/o (to drive, lead)
a longinquo from afar longinquus From longus (long) < *dlongh-o (far, for a long while)
a parvo as a child parvus From parvus (small) < *peh2u-ro (small)
a parvolo as a little child parvolus From parvus (small) < peh2u-ro (small) + diminutive sufix - ulus
a primo from the beggining primus From primus (first) < *pre(i) (before)
a probatissimo certified probatissimus Perfect passive participle of probare ( to approve of, commend) , derivate from probus < pro + *bh(h2)u-o- (excellent, good). Superlative
a salvo safely salvus Salvus (safe, secure) < *slH-u- (whole)
ab accepto from the beggining acceptus Perfect passive participle of accipere (to take, recieve) < ad + capere < *kh2p-i- (to seize)
ab incepto from the beggining inceptus Perfect passive participle of incipere (to start) < in + capere < *kh2p-i- (to seize)
ab inchoato from the beggining inchoatus Perfect passive participle of incohare (to start making), derived from cohum (the hollow in the middle of a yoke)
ab infimo from the bottom infimus Infimus (lowest, deepest)
ab integro again integer From in + *teger (untouched) < tangere < *th2-n-g- (to touch)
ab invito unwillingly invitus Invitus (unwilling) maybe from in + *ueih1 (try to get)
ab obliquo sideways obliquus Obliquus (slanting, transverse)
ad dextram to the right dexter Dexter (right -opposite of left-) < *deks-tero-
ad extremum to the extreme extremus From preposition ex as superlative extremus (situated at the end)
ad imum to the bottom/into the sea imus Imus (lowest, deepest, innermost)
ad incitas to victory incitus From ciere (to move, stir up) > incitus (set in rapid motion)
ad laevam to the left laevus Laevus (left) < *leh2i-uo-
ad perfectum entirely perfectus Perfect passive participle of perficere (to bring to an end, archieve) from per- + facere < *dhh1-k- (to make)
ad plenum entirely plenus From plere (to fill) *pleh1 (to full) > plenus (full)
ad posterum at the end posterus From post (in the rear, behind), *pos > posterus , presumably an old comparative
ad serium seriously serius Serius (important, serious) < *seh1-ro (slow, heavy)
ad summam at the end summus Summus (highest) < *(h1)up-m(H)o (highest)
ad ultimum at the end ultimus From preposition uls as superlative ultimus (farthest away)
cum primis primarily primus From primus (first) < *pre(i) (before)
de alieno with someone else's money alienus From alius (other) < *h2el-io- > alienus (belonging to others)
de audito by hearsay auditus Perfect passive participle of audire (to hear) < *h2eu-is (clearly) + *dhh1-ie/o (to render)
de compecto agreedly compectus Perfect passive participle of compacisci (to make an agreement) < cum + pacisci < *peh2k (agreement)
de improviso suddenly improvisus Improvisus (unexpected) from in + provisus, perfect passive participle of providere (to foresee) < pro + *uid-eh1 (to see)
de integro again integer From in + * teger (untouched) < tangere < *th2-n-g- (to touch)
denuo again novus Novus (new) < *neuo (new)
de plano entirely planus Planus (level, flat) < *pl(e)h2-no (flattened)
de pleno entirely plenus From plere (to fill) *pleh1 (to full) > plenus (full)
de professo agreedly professus Perfect passive participle of profari (to speak out) < pro + fari < *bheh2/*bhh2 (to speak)
de proximo from next door proximus From adverb prope (near, close) as a superlative proximus (nearest)
de publico with public money publicus From pubes (adult population) > publicus (of the people)
derepente suddenly repens Repens (sudden, unexpected) < *h1rep-nt- (seizing)
de repentino suddenly repentinus Derived from repens (sudden, unexpected)
de subito suddenly subitus Perfect passive participle of subire (to go up, occur) from sub + ire < *h1ei (to go)
de meo with my own money meus Derived from me (pron. pers. 1s. oblique) < *h1me
de tuo with your own money tuus Derived from tu (pron. pers. 2s. nom.) < *ti(H)
de suo with his own money suus Derived from se (pron. reflex.) < *se
de toto entirely totus Totus (the whole of, all)
de vostro with your own money vester Derived from vos (pron. pers. 2p.) < *tuh2
e contrario on the contrary contrarius Derived from contra (in front of, against) < PIt. *kom-teros (the other of two who meet)
e diverso on the contrary diversus From dis + versus , perfect passive participle of vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
e proximo closely proximus From adverb prope (near, close) as a superlative proximus (nearest)
e longinquo from afar longinquus From longus (long) < *dlongh-o (far, for a long while)
e pleno en abundancia (aplenty) plenus From plere (to fill) *pleh1 (to full) > plenus (full)
e tuto from a safe place tutus Old perfect passive participle of tueri (to look at, watch over) < *touh2-eie-
ex abdito from a hidden place abditus Perfect passive participle of abdere (to hide, conceal) < ab + dare < *dhi-dhh1
ex abundanti aplenty abundans From unda (wave) > undare (to rise in waves) > abundare (to overflow)
ex adventicio unprecedentedly adventicius From advenire (to arrive) < ad + venire < *gwn-je/o > adventicius (foreign, unusual)
ex adverso on the other hand adversus Perfect passive participle of advertere (to set opposite, turn toward) < ad + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
ex aequo equally aequus Aequus (level, equal)
ex alto from atop altus Altus (high) < h2el-to- (high, bank, coast)
ex antiquo in an old fashioned way antiquus From ante (before) < *h2ent-i (front) > antiquus (lying in front, ancient, early)
ex aperto visibly apertus Perfect passive particple of aperire (to open) < *h2uer-i (to cover)
ex audito by hearsay auditus Perfect passive participle of audire (to hear) < *h2eu-is (clearly) + *dhh1-ie/o (to render)
ex bono of your own volition bonus Bonus (good) < PIt. *dweno- (good)
ex commodo comfortably commodus From cum + modus (convenient), modus (measured amount) < *med-o- (measure)
ex composito agreedly compositus Perfect passive participle of componere (match, arrange) < cum + ponere < PIt. *po-sine/o
ex compacto agreedly compactus Perfect passive participle of compacisci (to make an agreement) < cum + pacisci < *peh2k (agreement)
ex contrario contrary contrarius Derived from contra (in front of, against) < PIt. *kom-teros (the other of two who meet)
ex convento agreedly conventus Perfect passive participle of convenire (to agree) < cum + venire < *gwn-je/o (to come)
ex denuntiato avowedly denuntiatus Perfect passive participle of denuntiare (to announce, declare) < de + nuntiare < nuntius
ex destinato purposely destinatus Perfect passive participle of destinare (to secure, determine, intend) < de + stare < * sta-e-je (to stand)
ex difficili hardly difficilis Difficilis (difficult) < dis + facere < *fak-i (to make)
ex disposito in orderly fashion dispositus Perfect passive participle of disponere (to dispose, arrange) < dis + ponere < PIt. *po-sine/o
ex diverso differently diversus From dis + versus , perfect passive participle of vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
ex facili easily facilis Facilis (easy) < facere < *fak-i (to make)
ex faciliore very easily facilior Facilis (easy) < facere < *fak-i (to make). Comparative
ex ignoto from an unknown place ignotus Perfect passive participle of ignoscere (to overlook) < in + (g)nosco (to get to know) < *gnh3-ske- (to know)
ex imo from the deep imus Imus (lowest, deepest, innermost)
ex improviso suddenly improvisus Improvisus (unexpected) from in + provisus , perfect passive participle of providere (to foresee) < pro + *uid-eh1 (to see)
ex incerto unknowingly incertus Incertus (uncertain) < in + certus < old perfect passive participle of cernere (to distinguish) < *krito (sifted)
ex inopinato suddenly inopinatus Inopinatus (unexpected) < in + opinatus < opinari (suppose)
ex insperato suddenly insperatus Insperatus (unexpected) < in + speratus < perfect passive participle of sperare < spes
ex instituto customarily institutus Perfect passive participle of instituere (to establish, appoint) < in + statuere < *sta-e-je/o (to stand)
ex integro again integer From in + * teger (untouched) < tangere < *th2-n-g- (to touch)
ex lento calmly lentus Lentus (pliant, slow) < *lent-o- (soft, pliant)
ex longinquo from afar longinquus From longus (long) < *dlongh-o (far, for a long while)
ex longo from long ago longus Longus (long) < *dlongh-o (far, for a long while)
ex manifesto clearly manifestus Manifestus (evident, manifest)
ex necopinato suddenly necopinatus Necopinatus (unexpected) < nec + opinatus < opinari (suppose)
ex obliquo sideways obliquus Obliquus (slanting, transverse)
ex occulto secretly occultus Perfect passive participle of occulere (to cover, hide) < ob + celere < * Kel (hiding-place)
ex pacto agreedly pactus Perfect passive participle of pangere (to fix, determine) < * ph2-n-g (to attach)
ex permisso legitimately permissus Perfect passive participle of permittere (to let go, allow) < per + mittere < *m(e)ith2 (to exchange, remove)
ex pleno entirely plenus From plere (to fill) *pleh1 (to full) > plenus (full)
ex praeparato agreedly preaparatus Perfect passive participle of praeparare (to prepare) < prae + paro < *prh3 (providing)
ex praescripto customarily praescriptus Perfect passive participle of praescribere (to order, appoint) < prae + scribere < *skreibh-e/o (to carve)
ex professo on purpose professus Perfect passive participle of profari (to speak out) < pro + fari < *bheh2/*bhh2 (to speak)
ex propinquo closely propinquus Derived from adverb prope (near, close)
ex proximo from next door proximus From adverb prope (near, close) as a superlative proximus (nearest)
ex responso in a replying manner responsus Perfect passive participle of respondere (to reply, react) < re + spondere < * spond-eie
ex solito customarily solitus Perfect passive participle of solere (to be used to) < *sol-eh1 (to occupy, inhabit)
ex toto entirely totus Totus (the whole of, all)
ex transverso from side to side transversus Perfect passive participle of transvertere (to turn across) < trans + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
ex tuto froma safe place tutus Old perfect passive participle of tueri (to look at, watch over) < *touh2-eie-
in abdito secretly abditus Perfect passive participle of abdere (to hide, conceal) < ab + dare < *dhi-dhh1 (to give)
in adverso opposite adversus Perfect passive participle of advertere (to set opposite, turn toward) < ad + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
in adversum in the oppposite direction adversus Perfect passive participle of advertere (to set opposite, turn toward) < ad + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
in aequo equally aequus Aequus (level, equal)
in aeternum forever aeternus Aeternus (eternal) < old avieternus < aevum < *h2eyu (long time)
in alto up high/at sea altus Altus (high) < h2el-to- (high, bank, coast)
in altum into the sea altus Altus (high) < h2el-to- (high, bank, coast)
in ambiguo ambiguously ambiguus From ambigere (to wander, hesitate) < ambi + agere < *h2eg-e/o (to drive, lead)
in aperto manifestly apertus Perfect passive participle of aperire (to uncover, open) < *h2epo (off, from) + *h2uer-i(e) (to cover)
in apertum in sight apertus Perfect passive participle of aperire (to uncover, open) < *h2epo (off, from) + *h2uer-i(e) (to cover)
in arduo hardly arduus Arduus (high, difficult) < *h3rdh-uo- (high, upright)
in averso opposite aversus Perfect passive participle of avertere (to turn away, avert) < ab + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
in aversum opposite aversus Perfect passive participle of avertere (to turn away, avert) < ab + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
in barbarum barbarically barbarus Barbarus (foreign, savage) < βάρβαρος (foreign, savage)
in brevi briefly brevis Brevis (short) < *mrgh-u- (short)
in commune in common communis Communis (common, general) < cum + munus (function, duty) < *h2moi-no- (exchange?)
in concluso secretly conclusus Perfect passive participle of concludere (to conclude, shut up) < cum + claudere (to close) < *kleh2u-d- (to shut)
in condito secretly conditus Perfect passive participle of condere (to put together, conclude) < cum + dare < *dhi-dhh1
in confesso clearly confessus Perfect passive participle of confiteri (to confess, admit, agree, reveal) < cum + fateri < *bhh2-to (spoken)
in conspicuo in sight conspicuus Derived from conspicere (to watch, observe) < cum + specere (to watch) < *spek-ie/o (to look)
in contrarium on the contrary contrarius Derived from contra (in front of, against) < PIt. *kom-teros (the other of two who meet)
in cotidiano daily cotidianus Derived from adverb cotidie (daily, every day)
in difficili hardly difficilis Difficilis (difficult) < dis + facere < *fak-i (to make)
in directum directly directus Perfect passive participle of dirigere (to lay straight, direct) < dis + regere (to rule, guide) < *h3reg-e/o- (to stretch, direct)
in diversum in the oppposite direction diversus From dis + versus , perfect passive participle of vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
in dubio doubfully dubius Dubius (moving in two directions alternaly, uncertain) < duo + habere (to have, hold) < *ghh1b(h)-(e)i (to take)
in edito up high editus Perfect passive participle of edere (to bring forth, raise up) < ex + dare < *dhi-dhh1
in expedito in an arranged manner expeditus Perfect passive participle of expedire (to make ready, prepare) < ex + pes < *pod-s (foot)
in exiguo briefly exiguus Exiguus (strict, exact) derived from exigere (to measure, determine) < ex + agere < *h2eg-e/o (to drive, lead)
in facili easily facilis Facilis (easy) < facere < *fak-i (to make)
in imo in the deep imus Imus (lowest, deepest, innermost)
in incerto uncertainly incertus Incertus (uncertain) < in + certus < old perfect passive participle of cernere (to distinguish) < *krito (sifted)
in infinitum infinitely infinitus Infinitus (endless, infinite) < in + finitus perfect passive participle of finire (to finish) < finis
in integro again integer From in + * teger (untouched) < tangere < *th2-n-g- (to touch)
in irato angrily iratus Iratus (angry, irate) derived from ira < *h1eis-h2 (anger) . Later perfect passive participle of irasci
in longiquum from afar longinquus From longus (long) < *dlongh-o (far, for a long while)
in longum llargely longus Longus (long) < *dlongh-o (far, for a long while)
in lubrico uncertainly lubricus Lubricus (slippery) < *sle/oubh-ro (gliding)
in maius increasingly maior Maior (greater, older) <megh-yos. Comparative of magnus (big)
in medio in the middle medius Medius (central, middle) < *medhi-o (middle)
in mundo clearly mundus Mundus (clean, elegant) < *mud-no(happy?)
in numerato in cash numeratus Perfect passive participle of numerare (to nomber, count) < numerus < *nem-e/os (apportioning)
in obliquum sideways obliquus Obliquus (slanting, transverse)
in obscuro privately obscurus Obscurus (dark, gloomy) < *skoh2-i-ro (dark, shady)
in occulto privately occultus Perfect passive participle of occulere (to cover, hide) < ob + celere < * Kel (hiding-place)
in opaco privately opacus Opacus (sheltered, shady)
in operto secretly opertus Perfect passive participle of operire (to cover, shut, close) < *h2epi (at, near) + *h2wer (to cover)
in parvo briefly parvus Parvus (small) < *peh2u-ro (small)
in pauca briefly paucus Paucus (few, small in number) < *peh2u (small)
in perpetuum perpetually perpetuus Perpetuus (perpetual, continuous) < per + petere (to beg, move towards) < *pt-(e)i (to fly)
in perspicuo manifestly perspicuus Perspicuus (clear, evident) derivedd from perspicere < per + specere (to watch) < *spek-ie/o (to look)
in plano on the floor planus Planus (level, flat) < *pl(e)h2-no (flattened)
in plenum entirely plenus From plere (to fill) *pleh1 (to full) > plenus (full)
in posterum in the future posterus Derived from adverb post (in the rear, behind, after). Probably the old comparative
in postremo at the end postremus Derived from adverb post (in the rear, behind, after)
in praerupto in sight praeruptus Perfect passive participle of praerumpere (to break off, tear to pieces) < prae + rumpere (to break) < *Hru-n-p- (to break)
in praesens now praesens Present active participle of praeesse (to be before something) < prae + esse < *h1esmi (to be, exist)
in praesenti now praesens Present active participle of praeesse (to be before something) < prae + esse < *h1esmi (to be, exist)
in primis primarily primus From primus (first) < *pre(i) (before)
in privato privately privatus Perfect passive participle of privare (to deprive, set apart) < privus (one's own, particular)
in profundo in the deep profundus Profundus (deep, profound) < pro + fundus < *bhudh-n-ó
in pronum prone pronus Derived from adverb pro ((forward)
in promisso promissorily promissus Perfect passive participle of promittere (to send forth, promise) < pro + mittere < *m(e)ith2 (to exchange, remove)
in promptu in sight/close promptus Perfect passive participle of promere (to bring forth, bring to light) < pro + emere < *h2em (to take)
in propatulo in sight propatulus Propatulus (uncovered) from patere (to be open) < pro + patulus < PIt. *pate (to be open)
in propinquo close propinquus Derived from adverb prope (near, close)
in proximo in the vicinity proximus From adverb prope (near, close) as a superlative proximus (nearest)
in publico publicly publicus From pubes (adult population) > publicus (of the people)
in publicum publicly publicus From pubes (adult population) > publicus (of the people)
in recondito secretly reconditus Perfect passive participle of recondere (to put away, hide) < re- + condere < cum + dare < *dhi-dhh1
in rectum straight rectus Perfect passive participle of regere (to rule) < *h3reg-e/o- (to stretch, direct)
in secreto secretly secretus Perfect passive participle of secernere (to put apart, discern) < se- + cernere < *kr-n-i (to separate)
in serium seriously serius Serius (important, serious) < *seh1-ro (slow, heavy)
in sicco on the floor siccus Siccus (dry) < *si-sk-u (dry?)
in solutum in cash solutus Perfect passive participle of solvere (to release, pay)
in stulto stupidly stultus Stultus (foolish, stupid) derived from stolidus
in subito suddenly subitus Perfect passive participle of subire (to go up, occur) from sub + ire < *h1ei (to go)
in subitum suddenly subitus Perfect passive participle of subire (to go up, occur) from sub + ire < *h1ei (to go)
in sublimi at the top sublimis Sublimis (uplifted, elevated) < sub + limus (transverse) < PIt. *(s)imo?
in summo at the top summus Summus (highest) < *(h1)up-m(H)o (highest)
in suspenso in suspense suspensus Perfect passive participle of suspendere (to hang up) < sub + pendere < *(s)pend-e/-o (to spin
in toto entirely totus Totus (the whole of, all)
in totum entirely totus Totus (the whole of, all)
in tranquillo calmly tranquillus Tranquillus (calm, still) < maybe trans + * kwilno (quiet)
in transversum transversely transversus Perfect passive participle of transvertere (to turn across) < trans + vertere (to turn) < *uert-e/o
in tuto safely tutus Old perfect passive participle of tueri (to look at, watch over) < *touh2-eie-
in vacuo in vain vacuus Derivate from vacare (to be empty) < PIt- *wako (empty)
in vacuum in vain vacuus Derivate from vacare (to be empty) < PIt- *wako (empty)
in vanum in vain vanus Vanus (hollow, devoid) < *wano
in vicinum in the vicinity vicinus Derivate from vicus (village) < *ueik (settlement)
in apertum openly apertus Perfect passive participle of aperire (to uncover, open) < *h2epo (off, from) + *h2uer-i(e) (to cover)
per commodum comfortably commodus From cum + modus (convenient), modus (measured amount) < *med-o- (measure)
per obliquum sideways obliquus Obliquus (slanting, transverse)
per occultum secretly occultus Perfect passive participle of occulere (to cover, hide) < ob + celere < * Kel (hiding-place)
per subitum suddenly subitus Perfect passive participle of subire (to go up, occur) from sub + ire < *h1ei (to go)
pro indiviso indivisibly indivisus Perfect passive participle of dividere (to divide, distribute) + prefix in-. * (d)ui-dhh1 (divide in two)
pro manifesto manifestly manifestus Manifestus (evident, manifest)
procul dubio without question dubius Dubius (moving in two directions alternaly, uncertain) < duo + habere (to have, hold) < *ghh1b(h)-(e)i (to take)

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Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Dialogi
Imperial
Naturalis historia
Imperial
  • see 1, 39

    Inde tanto beneficio et inter mulieres familiaritatem auctam et puerum, utin domo [p:a] [a:parvo] [v:eductum] , in caritate atque honore fuisse.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Andria
Early
Phormio
Early
Phormio
Early
De lingua latina
Classical
In M. Antonium orationes Philippicae
Classical
Orator (ad M. Brutum)
Classical
Librorum de re publica quae exstant
Classical
De finibus bonorum et malorum
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 7, 9, 3

    Deinde postea carbonibus in ferreo vase compositiseam ceram [p:a] [a:primo] cum pariete calfaciundo sudare [v:cogat] fiatque.
De architectura
Classical
Naturalis historia
Imperial
De beneficiis
Imperial
De medicina
Imperial
De medicina
Imperial
Rhetorica ad Herennium
Classical
  • see 2, 5, 3-4

    Quae rata sit cupio rebusque ut comprobet omen,te precor [p:a] [a:salvo] possit, amice, [v:legi] .
Epistulae ex Ponto
Classical
  • see 81, 8

    Debere beneficium potest etiam inprudens et rudis et unus e turba,utique dum prope [v:est] [p:ab] [a:accepto] , ignorat autem quantum pro eo debeat.
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Res rusticae
Imperial
Asinaria
Early
Mostellaria
Early
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
Vita caligulae
Imperial
De mundo
Imperial
Orationum fragmenta
Classical
  • see 2, 147

    Utrum existimatis minus operis esseunam columnam [v:efficere] [p:ab] [a:integro] novamnullo lapide redivivo an quattuor illas reponere.
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
Eclogae
Classical
  • see 43, 16

    C. Claudius et Ti. Sempronius locassent, ea rata locatio ne esset: [p:ab] [a:integro] [v:locarentur] , et ut omnibus redimendi et conducendi promiscue ius esset.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Excerpta e Frontini opere quodam gromatico
Imperial
De lege agraria orationum quae exstant
Classical
De lege agraria orationum quae exstant
Classical
De lege agraria orationum quae exstant
Classical
De lege agraria orationum quae exstant
Classical
De lege agraria orationum quae exstant
Classical
Pro rege Deiotaro oratio
Classical
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Metamorphoses
Classical
Remedia amoris
Classical
Heautontimorumenos
Early
  • see verse 583

    Ad sinistram hac recta platea, ubi ad Dianae veneris, [v:ito] [p:ad] [a:dextram] ; priu' quam ad portam venias, apud ipsum lacum est.
Adelphoe
Early
De lingua latina
Classical
Res rusticae
Classical
Comentarii belli civilis
Classical
  • p.48

    Nam et ante et pone et ad laevam et [p:ad] [a:dextram] et sursum et deorsum, modo huc, modo illuc.
Timaei Platonici versionis fragmenta
Classical
  • see 2, 109, 3

    Quod, cum Germaniam ad laevam et in fronte,Pannoniam [p:ad] [a:dextram] , a tergo sedium suarum [v:haberet] Noricos, tamquam in omnes.
Historiae Romanae
Imperial
De chorographia
Imperial
  • see 2, 60

    Patavium Antenoris, Mutina et Bononia, Romanorum coloniae, [p:ad] [a:dextram] [s:Capua] a Tuscis, et Roma quondam a pastoribus condita.
De chorographia
Imperial
  • see 3, 24

    Sed ad sinistram amnis etiamnum et donec effluat Rhenus, [p:ad] [a:dextram] primo angustus et sui similis, post ripis longe ac late.
De chorographia
Imperial
  • see 3, 38

    Contra os ipsum in Hyrcanium, ad sinistram in Scythicum, [p:ad] [a:dextram] in eumquem proprie totius nomine Caspium adpellant.
De chorographia
Imperial
Institutio oratoria
Imperial
  • see 3, 5, 15

    Intus axis, qui pro mensa sustinet rotam radiatam, itaut [p:ad] [a:extremum] , ubi orbile solet esse, arcuata tabula [v:cavata] sit.
Res rusticae
Classical
De lingua latina
Classical
Rhetorica ad Herennium
Classical
  • see 2, 2, 24

    Pertinet ad confirmationem et ad confutationem. Deinde [p:ad] [a:extremum] [v:docuimus] , cuiusmodi conclusionibus orationum uti oporteat.
Rhetorica ad Herennium
Classical
Rhetorica ad Herennium
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
  • see 2, 2, 61

    Utrum res ab initio ita ducta estan [p:ad] [a:extremum] ita [v:perducta] , an ita parva est pecunia, an is homo Verres ut haec quae dixi gratiis facta esse videantur?
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
De divinatione
Classical
  • see 2, 85

    Declarant, honestum hominem et nobilem, somniis crebris, [p:ad] [a:extremum] etiam minacibuscum iuberetur certo in loco silicem caedere.
De divinatione
Classical
  • see 3, 20

    Deinceps cum officio selectio, deinde ea perpetua,tum [p:ad] [a:extremum] constansconsentaneaque naturae, in qua primum inesse incipit.
De finibus bonorum et malorum
Classical
De finibus bonorum et malorum
Classical
De finibus bonorum et malorum
Classical
De finibus bonorum et malorum
Classical
  • see 1, 1, 46

    Et ipse in scribendo sum saepe longior.Illud te [p:ad] [a:extremum] et [v:oro] et [v:hortor] ut, tamquam poetae boni et actores industrii solent, sic tu in extrema parte et conclusione muneris ac negoti tui diligentissimus sis.
Epistulae ad Quintum Fratrem
Classical
Epistulae ad Brutum
Classical
Laelius de amicitia
Classical
  • see 13, 7

    Si liberum vestrum iudicium fuissetnec totiens dilata res nec [p:ad] [a:extremum] e manibus [v:erepta] , restituissetis, id quod cupiebatis, vestram auctoritatem, iis per quos erat amissa revocatis.
De provinciis consularibus oratio
Classical
Partitiones oratoriae
Classical
  • p.122

    Si plane causam redarguendo explicarit,enumeratione ut quidque diluerit et miseratione [p:ad] [a:extremum] .
Partitiones oratoriae
Classical
  • see 1, 94

    Ingressus cursus accubitio inclinatio sessio conprehensio, [p:ad] [a:extremum] etiam sermo et oratio.
De natura deorum
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De natura deorum
Classical
Pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio
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Pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio
Classical
De oratore
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De oratore
Classical
  • see 2, 79

    Deinde ornare verbis, post memoriae mandare,tum [p:ad] [a:extremum] [v:agere] ac pronuntiare; rem sane non reconditam; quis enim
De oratore
Classical
De oratore
Classical
Orator (ad M. Brutum)
Classical
Orator (ad M. Brutum)
Classical
Orator (ad M. Brutum)
Classical
Por C. Rabirio Postumo oratio
Classical
In M. Antonium orationes Philippicae
Classical
Pro P. Sestio oratio
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Pro L. Licinio Murena oratio
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In L. Calpurnium Pisonem oratio
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In L. Calpurnium Pisonem oratio
Classical
In L. Sergium Catilinam Orationes
Classical
Tusculanae disputationes
Classical
De officiis
Classical
De officiis
Classical
  • see 3, 90

    Si nihil proficiet, accusabit, minabitur etiam; [p:ad] [a:extremum] , si ad perniciem patriae res spectabit, patriae salutem [v:anteponet] saluti patris.
De officiis
Classical
Post reditum ad quirites
Classical
Rhetorici libri qui vocantur de inventione
Classical
  • see 2, 3, 3

    Ac πολιτείαν, in qua Σωκρατικῶς εἰς ἑκάτερον,sed tamen [p:ad] [a:extremum] , ut illi solebant, τὴν ἀρέσκουσαν.
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 2, 22, 2

    Multa dixisset, aiebat illum primo sane diu multa contra, [p:ad] [a:extremum] autem manus [v:dedisse] et adfirmasse nihil se contra eius voluntatem esse facturam.
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 2, 24, 3

    [v:Addidit] [p:ad] [a:extremum] , cum iam dimissa contione revocatus a Vatinio fuisset, se audisse ex Curione his de rebus conscium esse Pisonem.
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 9, 10, 7

    Multa disputas huic sententiae convenientia.inde [p:ad] [a:extremum] : '"quid si" inquis "Lepidus et Vulcatius discedunt?"
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
Pro A. Caecina Oratio
Classical
Epistulae ad familiares
Classical
Comentarii belli civilis
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
De rerum natura
Classical
Epistulae
Classical
Epistulae ex Ponto
Classical
Epistulae ex Ponto
Classical
  • see 3, 23

    Fames postremo inde detraxit hostem, quapostquam [v:ventum] [p:ad] [a:extremum] est, inermes nudique omnes sub iugum ab Tusculanis missi.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see 9, 8

    Exercitum populi Romani poenam ullam meritos esse,neque [p:ad] [a:extremum] , cum sacrosancti essent, [v:dedi] hostibus violarive posse.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see 36, 28

    Et varie ad mitigandam iram victoris compositamita [p:ad] [a:extremum] [v:finivit] , ut diceret Aetolos se suaque omnia fidei populi Romani permittere.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see 42, 50

    Statuere apud animum suum Persea debere, utrum singula concedendo [v:nudatus] [p:ad] [a:extremum] opibus extorrisque regnoSamothraciam aliamve quam insulam petere ab Romanis.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Vita Tiberii
Imperial
  • see 19, 1

    Integri, item Asini Epicadi ex gente Parthina ibridae, [p:ad] [a:extremum] Telephi, mulieris servi nomenculatoris.
Vita Augusti
Imperial
Historiae
Imperial
Historiae
Imperial
De medicina
Imperial
Institutio oratoria
Imperial
Epistulae
Imperial
Epistulae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Excerpta e Frontini opere quodam gromatico
Imperial
  • see 1, 986-988

    Iam copia materiai /undique ponderibus solidis [v:confluxet] [p:ad] [a:imum] / nec res ulla geri sub caeli tegmine posset.
De rerum natura
Classical
  • see 9, 40

    Latius, qua pectus atque umeri teguntur, fastigio aequali; [p:ad] [a:imum] cuneatior mobilitatis causa.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see 1, 18, 35

    Scorto postponet honestum officium, nummos alienos pascet, [p:ad] [a:imum] Thraex [v:erit] aut holitoris aget mercede caballum
Epistulae
Classical
De arte poetica
Classical
Dialogi
Imperial
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
  • see 4, praef. 22

    Ex quo liquere mortalibus possetquam velox foret [p:ad] [a:imum] [v:lapsus] e summo quamque diversa via magnam potentiam fortuna destrueret.
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
  • see 2, 9, 4

    Ea enim cum suo quoque tempore [p:ad] [a:imum] [v:perforata] castrantur, profundunt e medullis quem habent in se superantem.
De architectura
Classical
De architectura
Classical
De architectura
Classical
Poenulus
Early
Trinummus
Early
  • see 7, 18, 12

    Sed occipiens a capite, immo vero et ipsis auribustotum me [v:compilabat] [p:ad] [a:incitas] fusti grandissimo, donec fomenti vice ipsae me plagae suscitarent.
Metamorphoses (Asinus Aureus)
Imperial
Tragoediarum fragmenta
Early
Miles Gloriosus
Early
Miles Gloriosus
Early
Tragoediarum fragmenta
Early
De coniuratione Catilinae
Classical
Timaei Platonici versionis fragmenta
Classical
  • p.48

    Nam et ante et pone et [p:ad] [a:laevam] et ad dextram et sursum et deorsum, modo huc, modo illuc.
Timaei Platonici versionis fragmenta
Classical
  • see 1, 14

    Vastatur agri quod inter urbem ac Fidenas est;inde [p:ad] [a:laevam] [v:versi] quia dextra Tiberis arcebat, cum magna trepidatione agrestium populantur.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see verse 1-2

    'Caput [p:ad] [a:laevam] ' didicit, glossemata nobis praecipit: os nullum vel potius pugilis.
Epigramma
Classical
  • see 1, 102

    Extentus, sinuatus cetera, sedquia contra minus quam [p:ad] [a:laevam] et dextram [v:abscessit] , mollibusque fastigiis donec angustos utrimque angulos faciat inflectitur.
De chorographia
Imperial
  • see 3, 69

    Iugum ingens, iterum rectus solidusque descendit,donec [p:ad] [a:laevam] dextramque se [v:diducens] duobus ostiis longe distantibus.
De chorographia
Imperial
  • see 12, 172-175

    Limina dextrae / servabis portae, Nero;tu [v:converte] cohortes / [p:ad] [a:laevam] patrias et Larinatia signa, / clarum Volscorum, Tulli, decus.
Punica
Imperial
  • see 2, 109, 3

    Eratque etiam eo timendus quod,cum Germaniam [p:ad] [a:laevam] et in fronte, Pannoniam ad dextram, a tergo sedium suarum [v:haberet] Noricos.
Historiae Romanae
Imperial
De architectura
Classical
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
  • see 71, 18

    Academici veteres beatum quidem esse etiam inter hos cruciatus fatentur, sed non [p:ad] [a:perfectum] nec ad plenum, quod nullo modo potest recipi.
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Georgica
Classical
Carmina
Classical
  • see 71, 18

    Academici veteres beatum quidem esse etiam inter hos cruciatus fatentur, sed non ad perfectum nec [p:ad] [a:plenum] , quod nullo modo potest recipe.
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Aulularia
Early
Poenulus
Early
Rhetorica ad Herennium
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Dialogi
Imperial
De chorographia
Imperial
De chorographia
Imperial
De chorographia
Imperial
Naturalis historia
Imperial
Annales
Imperial
Annales
Imperial
Annales
Imperial
Annales
Imperial
  • see 1, 39, 8

    Agitasse Laco ignaro Galba de occidendo Tito Vinio dicitur, sive ut poena eius animos militum mulceret, seu conscium Othonis credebat, [p:ad] [a:postremum] vel odio.
Historiae
Imperial
Historiae
Imperial
Historiae
Imperial
Metamorphoses (Asinus Aureus)
Imperial
Metamorphoses (Asinus Aureus)
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
  • see 14, 3, 1

    [p:Ad] [a:postremum] adversus plebem nimio otio lascivientem auxilia a Timotheo, Atheniensium duce, mox ab Epaminonda Thebanorum [v:petivere] .
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
  • see 23, 1, 17

    [p:Ad] [a:postremum] etiam spoliata funeribus filiorum scissa veste et crinibus sparsis cum duobus servulis ex urbe protracta Samothraciam in exilium [v:abiit] .
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Epitoma historiarum Philippicarum Pompei Trogi
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
  • see 6, 14

    Ex quis Geminius prodigentia opum ac mollitia vitae amicus Seiano,nihil [p:ad] [a:serium] .
Annales
Imperial
  • see 1, 149

    [p:Ad] [a:summam] , ne agam de singulis, totius generis hominum conciliationem et consociationem colere, tueri, [v:servare] debemus.
De officiis
Classical
Epistulae ad familiares
Classical
  • see 14, 14, 2

    His de rebus velim cum Pomponio, cum Camillo, cum quibus vobis videbitur, consideretis, [p:ad] [a:summam] animo forti [v:sitis] .
Epistulae ad familiares
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 14, 1, 1

    In sermonem se post Idus Martias praeterquam Lepido venisse nemini. [p:Ad] [a:summam] non posse istaec sic [v:abire] .
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 15, 1, 2

    Primum quod attinet, nihil mihi concedebat,deinde [p:ad] [a:summam] arbitrum me [v:statuebat] non modo huius rei sed totius consulatus sui.
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
  • see 1, 1, 106-108

    [p:Ad] [a:summam] : sapiens uno minor est Iove, dives, / liber, honoratus, pulcher, rex denique regum, / praecipue sanus, nisi cum pituita molesta est.
Epistulae
Classical
De beneficiis
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
  • p.77

    [p:Ad] [a:summam] , Scaurus cum huc venit, nusquam mavoluit hospitari, et habet ad mare paternum hospitium.
Satyrica
Imperial
Satyrica
Imperial
  • p.134

    [p:Ad] [a:summam] , qualem putas esse, qui de Circes toro sine voluptate surrexit?
Satyrica
Imperial
  • p.140

    [p:Ad] [a:summam] , relinquere se pueros in domo Eumolpi, ut illum loquentem audirent.
Satyrica
Imperial
Pro L. Licinio Murena oratio
Classical
Orator (ad M. Brutum)
Classical
De natura deorum
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see 2, 56

    Patres, [p:ad] [a:ultimum] dimicationis [v:rati] rem venturam, Ap. Claudium Appi filium, iam inde a paternis certaminibus invisum infestumque plebi, consulem faciunt.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Historiae Romanae
Imperial
  • see 2, 48, 5

    [p:Ad] [a:ultimum] saluberrimas et coalescentes condiciones pacis, quas et Caesar iustissimo animo postulabat et Pompeius aequo recipiebat.
Historiae Romanae
Imperial
Dialogi
Imperial
  • see 4, 26, 3

    [p:Ad] [a:ultimum] quid est dementius quam bilem in homines collectam in res effundere?
Dialogi
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
  • see 4, 15, 10

    Laeti, qui circa Sisigambim erant, vicisse Dareum, ingenti caede prostratos hostis, [p:ad] [a:ultimum] etiam inpedimentis exutos esse [v:nuntiant] .
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
  • see 5, 1, 38

    Summa quaeque amicula exuunt, paulatimque pudorem profanant, [p:ad] [a:ultimum] ,—honos auribus habitus sit,—ima corporum velamenta [v:proiciunt] .
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
  • see 7, 3, 9

    Ceterum structura latior ab imo paulatim incremento operis in artius cogitur, [p:ad] [a:ultimum] in carinae maxime modum [v:coit] .
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Historiae Alexandri Magni
Imperial
Truculentus
Early
Saturarum fragmenta
Early
  • p.22

    Sed [p:] [a:cumprimis] [v:mirandum] est, quod ea, quae minime videri volunt nescire, discere tamen neglegunt et eiusdem artis disciplinam simul et ignorantiam detrectant.
De deo Socratis
Imperial
  • see 18, 4, 8

    Nos deinde eum tenebamus urgebamusque, et [p:] [a:cumprimis] Apollinaris, ut de vocabulorum istorum uel differentia vel, si ei ita videretur, similitudine plenius apertiusque [v:dissereret] .
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
  • see 11, 3, 1

    Scripta penitus noscenda et ad scientiam linguae Latinae [p:] [a:cumprimis] necessarias.
Noctes Atticae
Imperial
  • p.6

    L. Albius Sex. filius Quirina,vir bonus et [p:cum] [a:primis] honestus, una profectus est-Profectus est una L. Albius, homo cum primis honestus
Pro C. Quinctio oratio
Classical
  • see 1, 137

    Venit ad Chelidonem C. Mustius, eques Romanus, publicanus,homo [p:cum] [a:primis] honestus.
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
Pro A. Caecina Oratio
Classical
  • see 2, 1

    Crotoniatae quondam, cum florerent omnibus copiiset in Italia [p:cum] [a:primis] beati [v:numerarentur] , templum Iunonis, quod religiosissime colebant, egregiis picturis locupletare voluerunt.
Rhetorici libri qui vocantur de inventione
Classical
De oratore
Classical
  • p.205

    [p:Cum] [a:primis] honestusidemque eruditissimus et Graecis litteris et Latinis.
Brutus
Classical
Brutus
Classical
De natura deorum
Classical
  • see 1, 129-131

    Et qua vi quaeque gerantur / in terris,tunc [p:cum] [a:primis] ratione sagaci / unde anima atque animi constet natura [v:videndum] .
De rerum natura
Classical
  • see 1, 716-717

    Quorum Acragantinus [p:cum] [a:primis] Empedocles [v:est] , / insula quem triquetris terrarum gessit in oris.
De rerum natura
Classical
  • see 6, 938-940

    Hoc pertinet ad res / noscere, [p:cum] [a:primis] hanc ad rem protinus ipsam, / qua de disserere adgredior.
De rerum natura
Classical
  • see 6, 1222-1223

    [p:Cum] [a:primis] fida canum vis / strata viis animam ponebat in omnibus aegre.
De rerum natura
Classical
Georgica
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
Naturalis historia
Imperial
Punica
Imperial
Apologia
Imperial
  • see 56, 3

    Atqueego scio nonnullos et [p:cum] [a:primis] Aemilianum istum facetiae sibi habereres divinas deridere.
Apologia
Imperial
Apologia
Imperial
Florida
Imperial
  • see 7, 3

    Sed [p:cum] [a:primis] Alexandri illud praeclarum, quod imaginem suam, quo certior posteris proderetur, [v:noluit] a multis artificibus vulgo contaminari.
Florida
Imperial
  • see 16, 36

    Per quem postulabat locum celebrem statuae meae, [p:cum] [a:primis] [v:commemoravit] inter nos iura amicitiaea commilitio studiorum eisdem magistris honeste inchoata.
Florida
Imperial
  • see 18, 19

    Protagora, qui sophista fuit longe multiscius et [p:cum] [a:primis] rhetoricae repertoribus perfacundus.
Florida
Imperial
Epistula ad M. Caesarem et invicem
Imperial
  • see verse 533-534

    An vero non iusta causa est, quor curratur celeriter / ubi bibas, [v:edas] [p:de] [a:alieno] quantum velis usque ad fatim.
Poenulus
Early
Librorum de re publica quae exstant
Classical
Controversiae
Imperial
  • see 1 20, 3

    Nam quemadmodum non est magni animiqui [p:de] [a:alieno] liberalis est.
De clementia
Imperial
  • see 16, 7

    Non est quod mireris animum meum:adhuc [p:de] [a:alieno] liberalis sum.
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Declamationes minores
Imperial
  • see 4, 13, 8

    Namqui fortasse [p:de] [a:alieno] neglegentes, certe de suo diligentes erunt.
Epistulae
Imperial
Declamationes maiores
Imperial
Mercator
Early
  • see verse 540

    Quid si hisce inter se consenserunt, Callipho,
  • see verse 540

    aut [p:de] [a:compecto] [v:faciunt] consutis dolis, qui me argento intervortant ?
Pseudolus
Early
Captivi
Early
Captivi
Early
Andria
Early
Andria
Early
Andria
Early
Andria
Early
Phormio
Early
Heautontimorumenos
Early
Comoediarum palliatarum fragmenta
Early
Menippearum fragmenta
Classical
De coniuratione Catilinae
Classical
  • see 99, 1

    Defessis iam hostibus ac paulo ante somno captis, [p:de] [a:inproviso] vigiles, item cohortium turmarum legionum tubicines simul omnis signa canere, milites clamorem tollere atque portis erumpere iubet.
De bello Iugurthino
Classical
Pro Sex. Roscio Amerino oratio
Classical
Comentarii belli civilis
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
Comentarii belli Gallici
Classical
De bello Iugurthino
Classical
De bello Iugurthino
Classical
Andria
Early
Phormio
Early
Heautontimorumenos
Early
Andria
Early
In C. Verrem orationes sex
Classical
Pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio
Classical
Pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio
Classical
Pro A. Cluentio Habito oratio
Classical
Brutus
Classical
Brutus
Classical
De divinatione
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
Epistulae ad Atticum
Classical
Epistulae ad familiares
Classical
De bello Iugurthino
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
  • see 33, 40

    In antiquum ius venisse etLysimachiam deletam Thracum impetu [p:de] [a:integro] [v:condere] , ut Seleucus filius eam sedem regni habeat.
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Ab urbe condita
Classical
Controversiae
Imperial
Dicta et facta memorabilia
Imperial
Epistulae morales ad Lucilium
Imperial
Naturales quaestiones
Imperial
De beneficiis
Imperial
Res rusticae
Imperial
Res rusticae
Imperial
Res rusticae
Imperial
  • see 2, 14, 59

    At si tam neglegens ei stilus fuerit ut emendationem non recipiat,expertus sum prodesse quotiens eandem materiam rursus a me retractatam [v:scribere] [p:de] [a:integro] iuberem.
Institutio oratoria
Imperial
Institutio oratoria
Imperial
  • see 1, 40, 8

    Igitur ut exstincta parum fideliter incendia maiore flamma reviviscunt,ita [s:ille] [p:de] [a:integro] , auctis maiorem in modum copiis, tota denique regni sui mole in Asiam rursus mari terra fluminibusque veniebat.
Epitoma de Tito Livio
Imperial
  • see 1, 2

    Nihil umquam prae vobis dulcius habui neque habere possum,tametsi alios annos totidem [p:de] [a:integro] , quantum vixi, [v:vivam] .
Epistula ad M. Antonium imperator
Imperial
Amphitruo
Early
  • see verse 394

    Amphitruonis ego sum servos Sosia. MERC.Etiam [p:] [a:denuo] ?
Amphitruo
Early
Bacchides
Early
Casina
Early
Menaechmi
Early
Mercator
Early
Mercator
Early
  • see verse 882-883

    Hanc fabricam fallaciasque / minus si tenetis, [p:] [a:denuo] [v:volo] percipiatis plane.
Miles Gloriosus
Early
Mostellaria
Early
Mostellaria
Early
Persa
Early
Poenulus
Early
  • see verse 849-850

    Nam meretrices nostrae primis hostiis / Venerem placavere extemplo. MIL.O lepidam Venerem [p:] [a:denuo] .
Poenulus
Early
Pseudolus
Early
Rudens
Early
Rudens
Early
Trinummus
Early
  • see verse 232

    Nugae suntnisi, modo quom dederit, [v:dare] iam lubeat [p:]