Thursday, June 30, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Ciconia et Uxor Eius

Ciconia semel
cum uxore sua
rixata est,
et oculum uxoris extraxit
rostro suo!
Ciconia exclamat,
"Me pudet iniuriae,
quam uxori meae intuli.
Me oportet, scelestum,
in aliam regionem volare!"
Corvus, ciconiae fugienti obvians, dicit,
"O ciconia,
quae causa itineris huius est?"
Ciconia respondet,
"In aliam regionem volo
quod oculum uxoris rostro extraxi."
Corvus, ridens, rogat,
"Nonne adhuc idem rostrum
Ciconia respondet,
"Sic est ut dicis."
Et corvus,
"Quare igitur fugis?
Ut vides,
semper et ubique
rostrum tuum tecum portas!"

This story is based on 472. Ciconia et Uxor Eius.

ciconia - stork
et - and
uxor - wife
is - he/she/it
semel - once
cum - with, together with
suus - reflexive possessive adjective
rixor - quarrel, fight, dispute
oculus - eye
extraho - pull out, extract
rostrum - beak
exclamo - shout out, exclaim
ego - I
pudet - be ashamed, shame
iniuria - wrong, injury
qui - who, which, that
infero - bring in, bring upon, inflict
oportet - it is necessary
scelestus - criminal wicked
in - in, into
alius - other, another
regio - area, region, country
volo - fly
corvus - crow
fugio - flee, run away
obvio - meet, run into
dico - say
O - o! oh!
quis - what, which
causa - reason, cause
iter - journey, trip
hic - this
sum - be
respondeo - answer, reply
quod - because
rideo - laugh
rogo - ask, inquir
nonne - question word (anticipates yes)
adhuc - to this point, thus far, still
idem - the same
habeo - have
sic - so, thus, as
ut - so, as
quare - why, for what reason
igitur - therefore
video - see
semper - always
ubique - everywhere, ever
tuus - your, yours
tu - you
porto - carry
M0472 Perry590

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Equus Superbus et Asinus

Equus superbus,
aurea et freno splendido ornatus,
per viam currit,
cum ingenti hinnitu.
asellus onustus equo obstat.
Equus, fremebundus, asino dicit,
"Ignave! Quid mihi equo obsistis?
Cede, inquam,
aut te proculcabo pedibus!"
Asellus rudere non audet,
et, tacitus, cedit.
Postea, equus, dum provolat,
vulneratus est:
crepat ei inguen.
Cursui inutilis,
ornamentis spoliatus est,
et carrum trahere debet.
Asinus equum videt,
carrum trahentem,
et sic ei dicit,
"Heus, mi amice!
Carro nunc ornatus es, ut video.
Ubi sella
frenum splendidum?
Sic semper omnibus superbis!"

This story is based on 260. Equus Superbus et Asinus.
Equus Superbus et Asinus

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equus - horse
superbus - proud
et - and
asinus - donkey
sella - seat, saddle
aureus - golden
frenum - bridle, harness, rein
splendidus - glittering, splendid
ornatus - decorated
per - through, by means of
via - road, way
curro - run
cum - with
ingens - great, huge
hinnitus - whinny
fortuito - by chance
asellus - donkey
onustus - weighed down, laden
obsto - oppose, block
fremebundus - roaring
dico - say
ignavus - useless, cowardly
quid - why, for what reason
ego - I
obsisto - oppose, stand in the way
cedo - yield, withdraw, give way
inquam - I say
aut - or
tu - you
proculco - trample on, tread
pes - foot, hoof
rudo - bray, roar
non - no, not
audeo - dare
et - and
tacitus - silent
postea - afterwards, after
dum - while
provolo - fly forward, race ahead
vulnero - wound, hurt
crepo - crack, break
is - he/she/it
inguen - groin, place between the hips
cursus - running, racing
inutilis - useless, unsuited for
ornamentum - decoration
spolio - strip, rob, deprive
carrus - cart, wagon
trahere - drag, pull
debeo - have to, be obliged to
video - see
sic - so, thus, in this way
dico - say
heus - hey
amicus - friend
orno - decorate, adorn
nunc - now
ut - as
ubi - where
semper - always
omnis - all, every
M0260 Perry565

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Crocodilus et Canis

In Aegypto,
canes bibunt ex Nilo flumine,
et quando bibunt, currunt.
Hoc modo crocodillos effugiunt!
Crocodilus quidam igitur
sic cani dicit,
qui ex Nilo bibit, rapide currens:
"Noli timere, amice!
Bibe, quaeso, quod tibi libet."
Canis crocodilo sic respondet:
"Facerem hoc quod dicis,
sed scio bene:
tu carnis meae cupidus es!"

This story is based on 582. Crocodilus et Canis.
Canis et Crocodilus

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crocodillus - crocodile
et - and
canis - dog
in - in, into
Aegyptus - Egypt
bibo - drink
ex - from, out of
Nilus - Nile
flumen - rier, stream
et - and
quando - when
curro - run
hic - this
modus - measure, manner, way
effugio - flee, escape, run away from
quidam - a certain, one
igitur - therefore
sic - so, thus, in this way
dico - say
qui - who, which, that
rapide - quickly, rapidly
nolo - do not, will not
timeo - fear, be afraid
amicus - friend
quaeso - ask, beg
tu - you
libet - it pleases
respondeo - answer, reply
facio - do, make
sed - but
scio - know
bene - well
caro - meat, flesh
meus - my, mine
cupidus - eager for, desirous
sum - be
M0582 Perry482

Friday, June 24, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Haedus in Tecto et Lupus

Haedus stat
parte superiori altissimae domūs,
et lupum videt praetereuntem.
Haedus eum conviciis insectatur,
et lupus haedo respondet,
"Non tu mihi convicia haec ingeris,
sed locus in quo degis."
Fabula significat:
Contra potentiores
et locus et tempus audaciam addunt.

This story is based on 329. Haedus in Tecto et Lupus.
Haedus in Tecto et Lupus

Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all J. M. Conde's color Aesop illustrations. I wonder what insults the kid might be hurling at such an elegant wolf!

haedus - kid, young goat
in - in, into
tectum - root
et - and
lupus - wolf
sto - stand
pars - part
superior - upper, higher
altus - high, tall, deep
domus - house
et - and
video - see
praetereo - walk by, go along
is - he/she/it
convicium - shout, angry noise, outcry
insector - pursue, persecute
respondeo - answer, reply
non - no, not
tu - you
ego - I
hic - this
ingero - carry in, heap up, throw on
sed - but
locus - place, situation
qui - who, which, that
dego - spend time, wait, remain
fabula - story, fable
significo - indicate, show
contra - against
potentior - more powerful
tempus - time, opportunity
audacia - boldness, daring, courage
addo - add, attach to, increase
M0329 Perry098

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Graculus et Pavones

Graculus se ornat pennis
quae pavonibus exciderant.
Contemnit nunc socios suos
et pavonibus se immiscet.
Pavones autem,
cum graculum vident
pennis pavonum ornatum,
pennas eius rostris eripiunt
et avem impudentem fugant.
Tum graculus tristis
ad socios suos revertitur.
Sed graculi eum quoque repellunt,
atque dicit unus ex iis
quos contempserat,
"Contentus non eras sedibus nostris:
contumeliam igitur nunc accipis!"

This story is based on 450. Graculus et Pavones.
Graculus et Pennae Pavonis

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graculus - jackdaw
et - and
pavo - peacock
se - reflexive pronoun
orno - adorn, decorate
penna - feather
qui - who, which, that
excido - fall from, fall out
contemno - look down on, scorn
nunc - now
socius - comrade, ally, friend
suus - reflexive possessive adjective
immisceo - mix in with, join
autem - but, however
cum - when
video - see
is - he/she/it
rostrum - beak
eripio - snatch away, grab
et - and
avis - bird
impudens - shameless
fugo - chase away, put to flight
tum - then
tristis - sad
ad - to, toward
revertor - turn, return, go back
sed - but
quoque - also, likewise
repello - drive back
atque - and
dico - say
unus - one
ex - of, out of, from
contentus - content, satisfied
non - no, not
sum - be
sedes - seat, home, residence
noster - our, ours
contumelia - indignity, abuse, insult
igitur - therefore
accipio - accept, take, admit
M0450 Perry472

Monday, June 20, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Ursus et Apes

Ursus ab ape ictus est.
Magna ira incensus,
alvaria unguibus discerpit.
Tunc autem
apes omnes eum aggressae sunt,
et eum aculeis paene necant!
Ursus vix effugit et dicit,
"Sane verum est:
unius apis aculeum tolerare
melius erat quam
tot hostes in me excitare
iracundiā meā."

This story is based on 133. Ursus et Apes.
Ursus et Apes

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ursus - bear
et - and
apis - bee
ab - by
icio - hit, strike, sting
magnus - great, large, big
ira - anger
incensus - inflamed
alvarium - bee-hive
unguis - nail, claw, talon
discerpo - tear apart, mangle
tunc - then
autem - but, however,
omnis - all, every
is - he/she/it
aggredior - approach, advance, attack
et - and
aculeus - sting
paene - almost, practically
neco - kill, slay
vix - scarcely, barely
effugio - run away, flee, escape
dico - say
sane - truly, of course, certainly
verus - true
sum - be
unus - one
tolero - bear, endure, put up with
melior - better
quam - than
tot - so many
hostis - enemy
in - in, into
ego - I
excito - rouse up, excite
iracundia - bad temper, irascibility
meus - my, mine
M0133 (not in Perry)

Saturday, June 18, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Ciconia a Rustico Capta

Rusticus laqueos in agro ponit
anseribus et gruibus,
quae semper germina devorant.
Sed cum anseribus et gruibus
ciconia una in laqueum incidit
et pes ei diffractus est.
Avis misera agricolam orat,
"O vir, quaeso:
me serva
immunemque dimitte,
et mei claudicantis miserere!
Nuperrime enim huc advolavi;
grus ego non sum, sed ciconia!
Nos ciconiae pientissimae sumus
omnium avium,
quod parentibus inservimus,
necessitatibus eorum prospicientes."
Agricola vehementer ridet et dicit,
"Satis ego te novi
et tu mihi ignota non es;
scio praeterea mores tuos pios.
Sed cum illis te cepi,
et cum illis quoque moritura es."

This story is based on 470. Ciconia a Rustico Capta.
agricola et ciconia

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ciconia - stork
a - by
rusticus - country, rustic; peasant, farmer
capio - catch, capture, seize
laqueus - net, snare
in - in, into
ager - field
pono - place, put
anser - goose
et - and
gru - crane
qui - who, which, that
semper - always
germen - seed
devoro - devour, consume
sed - but
cum - with, together with
unā - together
incido - fall into
pes - foot, leg
is - he/she/it
diffringo - shatter
avis - bird
miser - wretched, unfortunate
agricola - farmer
oro - beg, ask, plead
O - O! oh!
vir - man
quaeso - beg, seek, ask for
ego - I, me
servo - keep safe, save, preserve
immunis - free, exempt, non-participating
que - and (enclitic)
dimitto - send away, dismiss
claudico - limp, hobble
misereor - feel pity, have compassion
nuper - recently, not long ago
enim - for, because
huc - to this place, hither
advolo - fly up to, reach
sum - be, exist
nos - we, us
piens - dutiful, conscientious
omnis - all, every
quod - because
parens - parent, mother, father
inservio - take care of, serve
necessitas - need, necessity
prospicio - foresee, provide for
vehementer - vigorously, vehemently
rideo - laugh
dico - say
satis - enough, well enough
tu - you
nosco - get to know, be familiar with
ignotus - unknown
scio - know
praeterea - moreover, besides
mos - habit, custom; character
tuus - your, yours
pius - faithful, dutiful
ille - that, that one
quoque - too, also
morior - die
M0470 Perry194

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Avarus et Aureorum Sacculus

Vir avarus moriturus est,
aureorum acervum relicturus,

sed male partum.
Vir iubet,
"Affer mihi nummorum sacculum!"
Tunc vir sacculum interrogat,
"O saccule, dic mihi:
post mortem meam,
quibus voluptatem dabis?"
Sacculus respondet,
"Heredibus tuis voluptatem dabo:
istos nummos, quos contineo,
a te tanto sudore quaesitos,
in scortis et conviviis profundent!
Daemones quoque gaudebunt,
qui animam tuam mancipabunt
aeternis suppliciis!"
Haec fabula indicat:
stultissimum est
in iis laborare
quae ferunt aliis gaudium,
nobis autem tormentum.

This story is based on 987. Avarus et Aureorum Sacculus.

"Death and the Miser" by Hieronymus Bosch

avarus - greedy, miserly
et - and
aureus - gold, golden; gold coin
sacculus - little sack, little bag
vir - man
morior - die
acervus - heap, pile
relinquo - leave, abandon, leave behind
ingens - enormous, huge
sed - but
male - badly, wickedly
pario - produce, beget, acquire
iubeo - command, order
affero - bring, carry to
ego - I, me
nummus - coin, money
tunc - then
interrogo - ask, question
O - O! oh!
dico - say, tell
post - after
mors - death
meus - my, mine
quis - who, which
voluptas - pleasure
respondeo - answer, reply
heres - heir
tuus - your, yours
do - give
iste - that, that there
qui - who, which, that
contineo - hold, contain
a - from, by
tantus - so much, so great
sudor - sweat
quaero - search for, strive for, seek
in - in, into, on
scortum - prostitute, harlot
convivium - banquet, feast
profundo - pour out, pour forth
daemon - demon, devil
quoque - also, and
gaudeo - rejoice, enjoy
anima - spirit, soul
mancipo - transfer, surrender
aeternus - eternal, ever-lasting
supplicium - punishment
hic - this
fabula - story, tale, fable
indico - show
stultus - stupid, foolish
laboro - work, work hard
fero - bring, bear, carry
alius - other, another
gaudium - joy, pleasure
nos - we
autem - however, but
tormentum - torment, torture

M0987 (not in Perry)

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Piscator Aquam Verberans

Piscator in fluvio piscatur.
Extendit retia,
fluvium comprehendens utrinque.
Tunc lapidem funi alligat
et aquam verberat.
Pisces, incaute fugientes,
in retia eius incidunt.
Quidam vero
ex iis qui circa fluvium habitant
hoc videt
et piscatorem increpat,
"Fluvium clarum turbas,
et aquam bibere non sinis.
Nos autem, sine hac aqua,
vivere non possumus!"
Piscator respondet,
"Me autem oportet
fluvium perturbare:
esuriens sum,
et sine his piscibus
ego vivere non possum!"

This story is based on 850. Piscator Aquam Verberans.
Piscator Aquam Turbans

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piscator - fisherman
aqua - water
verbero - beat
in - in, into
fluvius - river, stream
piscor - fish
extendo - stretch out, extend
rete - net
comprehendo - grasp, take hold, embrace
utrinque - from both sides, at both ends
tunc - then
lapis - stone
funis - rope
alligo - bind, tie, attach
et - and
piscis - fish
incaute - recklessly, rashly
fugio - flee, run away
is - he/she/it
incido - fall into
quidam - a certain, a one
vero - in fact, indeed
ex - from, out of, of
qui - who, which, that
circa - around
habito - inhabit, dwell, live
hic - this
video - see
increpo - rebuke, protest
clarus - clear, bright, illustrious
turbo - disturb, stir up
bibo - water
non - no, not
sino - allow, permit
nos - we, us
autem - but, however
sine - without
vivo - live
possum - can, be able
respondeo - reply, answer
ego - I, me
oportet - it is appropriate, required
perturbo - disturb, stir up very much
esuriens - hungry
sum - be, exist
M0850 Perry026

Friday, June 10, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Luna et Mater

Luna matrem suam orat,
"Mater, vestem mihi texe,
corpori meo
Mater respondet,
"Filia, a me petis rem
quam praestare non possum,
quod nulla vestis
tuo corpori convenire potest.
Tu modo plena es et globosa,
modo velut in orbem dimidiata,
modo quasi in circulum extenuata,
etiam postremo excavata evanescis!"

This story is based on 745. Luna et Mater.
Luna et Mater

Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the Rackham images. The poor moon daughter looks very sad about not getting her new clothes!

luna - moon
et - and
mater - mother
suus - reflexive possessive adjective
oro - beg, ask, plead
vestis - clothing, garment
ego - I, me
texo - weave
corpus - body
meus - my, mine
convenio - fit, be appropriate to, agree with
respondeo - reply, answer
filia - daughter
a - from
res - thing
qui - who, which, that
praesto - fulfill, perform
non - no, not
possum - be able, can
quod - because
nullus - none, not any
tuus - your, yours
modo…modo - now…then, at one time…at another time
plenus - full
sum - be, exist
globosus - round
velut - just as, as if
in - in, into
orbis - circle, sphere
dimidio - halve, divide into two
quasi - as if, as though
circulus - circle
extenuo - make thin, diminish
etiam - and
postremo - at last, finally
excavo - hollow out
evanesco - vanish, disappear
M0745 Perry468

Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Olea et Cucurbita

Olea de cucurbita dicit, admirans,
"Haec cucurbita, iuxta me nata,
tantum crescit
tempore brevi!
Ego annos quamplurimos sum
in eodem loco,
cucurbita longe me altior est."
Sed hiems advenit,
et cucurbita statim exarescit.
Olea tunc dicit,
"Minime cito crescentibus invideo!
Nunc intellego:
tam cito paratus est interitus."
This story is based on 716. Olea et Cucurbita.
Cucurbita (1621)

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olea - olive
et - and
cucurbita - gourd, pumpkin
de - about, concerning
dico - say, speak
admiror - wonder at, be amazed
hic - this
iuxta - next to, beside
ego - I, me
natus - born
tantus - so much, so great, so large
cresco - grow
tempus - time
brevis - short, brief
annus - year
quamplurimus - very many
sum - be, exist
in - in, into
idem - the same
locus - place
sed - but
longe - by far, at a distance
altus - tall, deep
sed - but
hiems - winter
advenio - come, arrive
et - and
statim - immediately
exaresco - dry up, wither
tunc - then
minime - least of all, not at all
cito - quickly, rapidly
invideo - feel envy, be jealous
intellego - understand
is - he/she/it
tam - so
paro - prepare, furnish, produce
interitus - ruin, death, extinction
M0716 (not in Perry)

Monday, June 06, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Culex et Taurus

Culex parvus taurum provocat,
"Te vero vincam viribus meis!"
Populi cuncti veniunt,
spectacula cernere volentes.
Tunc culex dicit,
"Satis habeo, O taure,
quod tu
comminus venis.
Par tibi factus sum iudicio tuo."
Culex tunc per auras se tollit
penna levi
et populorum turbam ludit,
tauri minas neglegens.
Taurus tunc sibi dicit,
"Culicem contemnere debebam,
validae cervicis meae memor!
Sed stultus eram,
et gloriatio nunc est
huic inimico pudendo."
Fabula docet:
Ille sibi famam diminuit,
qui se indignis comparat.

This story is based on 696. Culex et Taurus.
Taurus et Culex

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culex - gnat
et - and
taurus - bull
parvus - small, tiny
provoco - challenge, provoke
dico - say, speak
tu - you
vero - in fact, indeed
vinco - conquer, defeat
vis - strength, power
meus - my, mine
populus - people
cunctus - all, every
venio - come
spectaculum - show, spectacle
cerno - view, watch
volo - want, will, wish
tunc - then
satis - enough, well enough
habeo - have
O - O! oh!
quod - because, on account of the fact that
comminus - hand to hand, in the presence of
par - equal
facio - make, do
iudicium - judgment
tuus - your
per - through, by means of
aura - breeze, air
se - reflexive pronoun
tollo - lift up, raise
penna - feather, wing
levis - light
et - and
turba - crowd
ludo - play, sport, amuse
mina - threat
neglego - disregard, scorn
contemno - look down on, disregard
debeo - should, must, ought
validus - strong
cervix - neck
meus - my, mine
memor - mindful, aware
sed - but
stultus - foolish, stupid
sum - be, exist
gloriatio - boasting, renown
nunc - now
hic - this
inimicus - enemy
pudendus - shameful, disgraceful
fabula - story, tale, fable
doceo - teach
ille - that, that one
fama - reputation, fame, report
diminuo - diminish, reduce, lessen
qui - who, which that
indignus - unworthy
comparo - compare, collect, match
M0696 Perry564

Saturday, June 04, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Leo Iratus et Puteus

Leo olim iratus est,
odio furens:
leonem alium quaerit,
eum mactare volens,
sed elapsus est.
Leo, frustratus, in puteum offendit.
In puteum inspicit,
et in aquis suam imaginem videt.
Leo clamat,
"Ecce: hostis meus adest!
Eum video in puteo!"
Tunc in puteum irruit,
et sic perit, aquis submersus.
Fabula docet:
Furiosi saepe
plus sibi nocent

quam aliis.

This story is based on 2. Leo Iratus et Puteus.
Leo et Puteus

Click here for a SLIDESHOW of all the Kalila-wa-Dimna images from this manuscript. This image does not match the Aesop exactly; here you see a more elaborate story where a rabbit purposefully leads the lion to the well, shows him the reflection, which prompts the lion to the same fatal anger that we see in the Aesop's fable.

leo - lion
irascor - be angry
et - and
puteus - well
olim - once, once upon a time
odium - hatred
furo - rage, rave, be furious
alius - other, another
quaero - seek, look for
is - he/she/it
macto - kill, slaughter
volo - will, wish, want
sed - but
elabor - slip away, escape
frustro - disappoint, frustrate
in - in, into
offendo - run into, come across
inspicio - look into
et - and
aqua - water
suus - reflexive possessive adjective
imago - image, picture
video - see
clamo - shout
ecce - behold! look!
hostis - enemy
meus - my, mind
adsum - be present
tunc - then
irruo - rush into, attack
sic - in this way
pereo - perish, die
submergo - sink under, plunge down
fabula - story, tale, fable
doceo - teach
furiosus - angry, full of rage, furious
saepe - often
plus - more
se - reflexive pronoun
noceo - harm, injure
quam - than
M0002 (not in Perry)

Thursday, June 02, 2011

Fabula Facilis: Minerva et Olea

Dii sibi legunt quisque arborem:
quercum sibi legit Iuppiter,
Venus myrtum, Phoebus laurum,
et Hercules populum albam.
Minerva, admirans, eis dicit,
"Arbores vestrae omnes steriles sunt.
Nec quercus
fructum offert, nec myrtus
nec laurus nec populus.
Cur in tutelam sumitis
arbores steriles?"
Iuppiter respondet,
"Scilicet deus
tutelam suam fructu non vendit!"
Cui Minerva,
"Mihi quidem olea gratissima est
propter fructum suum."
Cui Pater deorum atque hominum dicit,
"O nata, quam sapiens es tu!
Stulta enim est gloria,
si hoc, quo gloriamur, inutile est."

This story is based on 792. Minerva et Olea.
Arbores Deorum

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Minerva - Minerva
et - and
olea - olive
deus - god
se - reflexive pronoun
lego - choose, select
quisque - each, every
arbor - tree
quercus - oak
Iuppiter - Jupiter
Venus - Venus
myrtus - myrtle tree
Phoebus - Phoebus, Apollo
laurus - laurel tree
et - and
Hercules - Hercules
populus - poplar tree
albus - white
admiror - wonder at, be amazed
is - he/she/it
dico - say
vester - your, yours
omnis - all, every
sterilis - sterile, without fruit
sum - be, exist
nec - and not, nor
fructus - fruit
offero - bring to, offer
cur - why
in - in, into
tutela - guardianship, tutelage
sumo - accept, take up, select
respondeo - answer, reply
scilicet - you know, surely
non - not, no
vendo - sell
qui - who, which, that
ego - I, me
quidem - in fact
gratus - welcome, pleasing
propter - on account of, because
pater - father
atque - and
homo - person, man
O - oh! o!
natus - son; nata - daughter
quam - how
sapiens - wise
tu - you
stultus - stupid, foolish
enim - the fact is, for
gloria - glory, renown
si - if
hic - this
glorior - boast, take pride in
inutilis - useless, unprofitable
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