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Chapter Forty
-Ne, Num, and Nōnne in Direct Questions;
Fear Clauses; Genitive and Ablative of Description

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aes, aeris (n)
dominus, dominī (m)
 
bronze
 
master (of a household), lord
domina, dominae (f)
lacrima, lacrimae (f)
 
mistress, lady
 
tear
mēta, mētae (f)
monumentum, monumentī (n)
 
turning point, goal; limit, boundary
 
monument
nāsus, nāsī (m)
saxum, saxī (n)
 
nose
 
rock, stone
vultus, vultūs (m)
iūstus, iūsta, iūstum
 
countenance, face
 
just, right
tot
praeter (+acc.)
 
so many, as many; tot...quot - as many...as
 
besides, except; beyond, past
nōnne
num
 
introduces questions expecting the answer "yes"
 
1. introduces direct questions which expect the answer "no"
2. introduces indirect question and means whether
omnīnō
postrēmum
 
wholly, entirely, altogether; (with negatives) at all
 
after all, finally; for the last time
quīn
explicō, explicāre, explicāvī, explicātum
 
indeed, in fact, furthermore
 
to unfold; explain; spread out, deploy
fatīgō, fatīgāre, fatīgāvī, fatīgātum
for, fārī, fātus sum
 
to weary, tire out
 
to speak (prophetically), talk, foretell
opīnor, opīnārī, opīnātus sum
reperiō, reperīre, repperī, repertum
 
to suppose
 
to find, discover, learn; get
vereor, verērī, veritus sum
 
 
to show reverence for, respect; be afraid of, fear
 
 

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