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Praedico, -are
Preach, preaching
requiro, -ere, requisivi, requisitum
seek, look for
inferus, a, um
below, lower, underneath
omnino
wholly, entirely, utterly
amplector
to embrace
minor
to threaten
abscondo, -ere, -di, -ditum
conceal
angustus, a, um
narrow, contracted
dilato, -are
amplify, enlarge
reficio, -ere, -feci, -fectum
make anew, restore, rebuild
fateor
confess
mundo, -are
cleanse, make clean
parco, -ere, peperci/parsi, parsum
to spare
proloquor
speak out, declare, announce
delictum, i
fault, transgression, sin
fallo, -ere, fefelli, falsum
to deceive
mentior
to lie
sino, -ere, sivi, situm
to allow, suffer
cinis, -eris
ash
(in)irrisor, -oris
M
laugher, mocker, derider
fortasse
perhaps
huc
hither
suscipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum
take up, catch up; to support of raise
excipio, -ere, -cepi, -ceptum
take, capture, receive
uber, uberis
n
breast, teet, udder
impleo, -ere(2), -evi, -pletum
fill up, fill full, make full
institutio, -nis
f
disposition, arrangement
usque
continuously
fundus, -i
bottom, lowest part
quippe
of course, naturally
tribuo, -ere, -ui, -utum
bestow, confer, impart, give
sugo, -ere, -xi, -ctum
to suck
obtempero, -are
attend to, comply w/
obsum
hinder, hurt, injure
sub-do, -ere, -didi, -ditum
subdue, subject, put under
here: "under my control"
tales
such
mundus, a, um
pure, clean
quilibet
anyone at all, no matter who
tantillus, -a, -um
so small
parvulus
(dim)
youth, infant
inhio, -are
stand agape, w/ open mouth
ploro, -are
wail, weep aloud
esca, -ae
food
congruo, -ere, -ui
to be suitable, agree, coincide
noxius
adv
harmfully
indignor, -ari, -natus
despise, resent, deem unworthy
indignor, -ari, -natus
despise, resent, deem unworthy
praeterea
in addition, moreover, besides
prudens, -ntis
adj
foreknowing, more knowing, smarter
nutus, -us
m
command, nod
ferio, -ire,
strike, knock, smite
nitor
endeavor, attempt
obodio, -ire
obey, comply, give an ear to
inbecillitas, -tatis
f
weakness, helplessness
experior, 4, -pertus
to experience, to undertake
zelo, -are
to be jealous
intueor, 2, -itus
examine closely, look upon
amarus, a, um
bitter, pungent
conlacteus, -i
foster brother
ubertim
abundantly
mano, -are
to drip, flow, run
ops, opis
f
help, aid, support
egeo, -ere(2), -ui
be in need, poor, want
consors, -tis
adj
companion
blandus
adv
gently
annosus, a, um
old, full of years
deprehendo, -ere, -di, -sum
detect, discover, catch
instruo, -ere, -uxi, -uctum
to build
conicio, -ere, -jeci, -jectum
conclude, infer, gather, unite
fleo, flere, flevi, fletum
to weep, weep for, lament
veresimilia
truly similar
extirpamus et eicimus
we root out and throw away
pro tempore
for a while
conpegisti
you shaped
adnumare
to dwell on
ad(at)tineo
(adtinet)
pertains
alo, -ere, -ui, -altum
(aluit)
feed, nourish
pergo
(pergens)
hastening, proceeding
discedo, -ere, -cessi, -cessum
discessit
here: left, departed
for, fari ,fatum
(farer, imp sb)
to say, speak
(who was not speaking)
praebeo
(praebentes)
exhibiting, proffering, holding forth
gemitus, us
complaint, lamentation
edo, edere
emit, publish, make known
pareo, + dt
(pareretur)
to obey, to give obeyance to...
prehenso, -are,
(prensabam)
grasp
gens, gentis
f
people
(peoples)
reicio,
(reiciendis)
rejecting, throwing back
reicio,
(reiciendis)
rejecting, throwing back
fugiendisve
or shunning/ignoring
procellosus, -a, -um
boisterous, tempestuous
ludificatio, -onis
f
ridiculing, jeering
quandoquidem
seeing that
monentibus
to those teaching
saeculum, -i
(saeculo)
world, age
famulor
(famulantibus)
to serve
(which give service to)
segnis, -e
lazy
praestruo, -ere
prepare before hand, build up
rumpo, -ere, rupi, -ruptum
to break
nodus, i
here: bond, fetter
inquam
I ask
eculeos et ungulas
torture racks and claws
formido, -are
to fear
quemadmodum
in the same way that
affligo, -ere, -ixi, -ictum
strike or beat a thing
deprecor
pray
exigo, -ere, -egi, -actum
require, demand
ingenium
ability
nugae, -arum
trifles
ad(ap)probo
assent, approve
impedio
to entangle
deformis, -e
(deformius)
more degradingly
condoctorus
(condoctore)
fellow trainer/instructor
laxo, -are
(laxata)
loosen
lorum, -i
reins
intueor, 2, -tutus
consider, contemplate
praeterquam
except, besides
ad satiandas
to satiate
insto, -are
here: press upon
caro, carnis
f
flesh
uberiores
more fruitful
prorsus
absolutely
paratior
more prepared
praeponebam
I was prefering
peritus
skilled
texere
to invent
videlicet
clearly
aspergebat
was mingled
laetitias
delights
ad parienda
for the purpose of bringing forth
satis elucet
it is very clear
meticulosam
frightful, fearful
ferula, ae
(ferulis)
rod, whip
tempationes
trials
misceo, miscere
to mix
salubres amaritudines
healthy bitterness
iucunditate pestifera
cheerful destruction
eruo, -ere
save, rescue
conscenderint
will have climbed
[lenocinante falso tonitru]
by pandering to false thunder
paenulatorum
wearing the paenula
tribuendo
for attributing
flagita
shameful acts
percutis
you strike against
gremium
bosom
fucum
intrigue, deceipt
stupri
of debauchery/disgrace
concito, -are
stir up, roust
turpitudinem
ugliness, foulness
propinabatur
is drunk, toasted
recordatio, -onis
f
recollection, remembrance
secura
untroubled
reprehensi confundebantur
having been caught/censured, they were confounded/abashed
misericors
merciful
de hoc immanissimo profundo
from this most vast depth
requiro. -ere
seek to know, inquire after
vetera placita
old principles
vasto, -are
to destroy
inlicitas
unlawful
odio inmmanissimo
the most savage hatred
transactas foeditates meas
my foul deeds (lit: my foulnesses having been transacted)
in qua frustatim discissus sum
in which I was cut into pieces/torn piecemeal
contabesco, contabui
(contabuit)
waste away
quatenus
to what point, how far
quatenus
to what point, how far
limes
border
limosa concupiscentia
dirty/muddy desires
a caligne libidinis
frm the fog of lust
per abrupta
through the steep places
gurgite flagitorum
into the whirlpool of sins
ira tua invaluverat
your anger had grown strong
obsurdueram stridore catenae
I had become deaf to the sound/rattle of the chain/shackle
porro longe
forward/farther by far
praefigo, -ere
affix
qui formas propaginem
you who make the offspring
deleo, 2
(delet)
erase, obliterate
nec copiosus adactum inopia
neither does a rich theif (suffer with equinimity) one who is driven by need.
egestate
by need/want
penuria, ae
scarcity, destitution
penuria, ae
scarcity, destitution
fastidium, -i
loathing, aversion
sagina, -ae
feasting, feeding
onusta
laden
nec forma nec sapore inlecebrosis
attractive neither in form/beauty, nor flavor
ad hanc excutiendam atque asportandam
in order to shake out and carry off
ad hanc excutiendam atque asportandam
in order to shake out and carry off
nocte intempesta
on a dark night
quousque ludum in areis produxeramus
we had drawn out a game in the streets until this time
ut essem gratis malus
when I was being gratuitously evil
turpis anima
depraved spirit
dissiliens a firmamento tuo in exterminium
starting away from your support into destruction
dedecus, -oris
disgrace
in cuncta haec adipiscenda
in obtaining all these things
quam hic vivimus habet inlecebram suam
which we live here has its enticement
quam hic vivimus habet inlecebram suam
which we live here has its enticement
propter quendam modum decoris sui et convenientam
because of a certain measure of splendor and harmony of its own
caro nodo
by a dear bond
dum immoderata in ista inclinatione
while through an inordinate inclination in these very things
meliora et summa deseruntur
better and high things are forsaken
habent enim et haec ima delectationes
for these low things also hold pleasures
delectatur iustus
a just man is attracted
et ipse est deliciae rectorum corde
and god himself is sweetness/joy of the upright in heart
et ipse est deliciae rectorum corde
and god himself is sweetness/joy of the upright in heart
quae infima diximus
which we call low things
quare id quoque? cur ita?
ask this also, why is it thus?
scilicet
you may be sure, it is certain
illa exercitatione scelerum
by this practice of wicked deeds
illa exercitatione scelerum
by this practice of wicked deeds
ut adsequeretur
in order that he might seek
tantum ut furarer
only so that I might steal
epulatus inde solam inqitatem
I feaasted on the injustice alone from there
qua laetabar fruens
enjoying which, I was pleased
condimentum ibi facinus erat
the crime had been the seasoning there
mare plena fetibus
sea full with spawnings/life
nascendo
by new birth
non saltem
not anyhow
umbratica
shadowy
superbia celsitudinem imitatur
arrogance immitates a lofty attitude/exaltedness
saevitia potestatum
savageness of powerful men
blanditiae lascivientium
enticements of lovers
quicquam non reperitur
no one is found/discovered