Glossary of latin ch 33
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- simple fact present
- present indicative both clauses
if he is doing this, he is wise.
si id facit, prudens est.
- simple fact past
- perf/pluperf indicative in both
if he did this, he was wise.
si id fecit, prudens fuit.
- contrary to fact present
- imperfect subjunctive in both
if he were doing this, he would be wise.
si id faceret, prudens esset.
- future less vivid/should-would
- present subjunctives in both
if he should do this, he would be wise.
si id faciat, prudens sit
- simple fact future/future more vivid
- future indic in both clauses
if he does this, he will be wise.
si id faciet, prudens erit.
- initium, ii, n.
- beginning, commencement
- ops, opis, f.
opes, opum pl
- help, aid
power, resources, wealth
- philosophus, i, m.
philosopha, ae, f.
- philosopher m/f
- plebs, plebis, f.
- the common people, populace, plebeians
- sal, salis, m.
- salt; wit
- speculum, i, n.
- quis, quid (after si, nisi, ne, num)
- indef. pronoun - anyone, anything, someone, something
- candidus, a, um
- shining, bright, white; beautiful
- merus, a, um
- pure, undiluted
- suavis, suave
- conj. suffixed to a word = aut before the word, OR
- interj., ah! alas!
- adv., suddenly
- recuso, recusare, recusavi, recusatum
- to refuse
- trado, tradere, tradidi, traditum
- to give over, surrender; hand down, transmit, teach
- contrary to fact past/ had - would have
- pluperfect subjunctive in both
if he had done this, he would have been wise
si id fecisset, sapiens fuisset
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