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"glubit" from Catullus

in Catullus 58, he says:
Catullus wrote:Caeli, Lesbia nostra, Lesbia illa,
illa Lesbia, quam Catullus unam
plus quam se atque suos amavit omnes,
nunc in quadriviis et angiportis
glubit magnanimi Remi nepotes.


1. Is quam in line 2 adverbial ("how Catullus loves...") or is it a relative adjective ("which one girl...")?

2. What is the intended meaning of glubit? It literally means "to strip the bark off/to peel", but also can mean "to rob". The first ...
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Funny question concerning Seneca...

This is sort of rude but the passage from the Apocolocyntosis that Wheelock added for some silly reason. It goes:
Ultima vox eius haec inter homines audita est, cum maiorem sonitum emisisset illa parte qua facilius loquebatur: "Vae me, puto, concacavi." Quod an fecerit, nescio - omnia certe concacavit!


I understand what it means but I am unsure about the qua. "He had sent out a sound from that part from which he easily spoke..."? ...
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gallus

Just by chance, I happened to come across gallus, meaning rooster, and Gallus, meaning a Gaul, within hours of each other, and I remembered that the French rugby team have a rooster for their mascot. Is this why?
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Latin words

Hi,
Please could some tell me what the following words are in latin:

web (as in world wide web)
internet
design

If not, a link to a translation website would be great!

Thanks,
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Struggling with English to Latin Translation Homework

I have to translate these from English to Latin. I'm struggling.

1. By whom was a ship seen on a mountain?
Mine: Quo erat navem viditus est in montis?

2. We have made a long journey but can now see the end.
Mine: Fecimus longum iteram sed nunc potuimus finem visimus.

3. A large number of citizens was called together by the leader.
Mine: Magnum numerum civium convocavit duce.

4. If the sea is closed, ...
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Help Me Translate ? ?

I am trying to help a friend translate some latin phrases in a theological treatise by Theodore Beza. I am just a beginner though so my attempts are deplorable. Any help would be most appreciated.

My attempt is in parenthesis. Please guide me as to where I am incorrect.


Summa totis Christianismi, sive descriptio el distributio causarum salutis electorum, et exitti reproborum, ex sacris literis collecta.

Deus cuius viae impervestigables (The God who is the ...
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Translation help for a short story i am writing...

Hello all :)
I am new to learning the language that is Latin...and i have been looking for a place such as this in order to help me with some translations. So far, i have been learning about nominative and genetive cases, and my Latin isn't really strong. But i have Three quotes which i would really like to be accurately translated...so far i have been relying ...
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#3 Answers

1. In order to not be accused myself, I accused my friend.
2. All of us will come with you, so that you may be safe.
3. We will leave the sick that we may not be hindered.
4. Let us go to the top of the hill so that we may see the plain.
5. We shall send 200 men in order that we may hinder the enemy's march.
6. He is marching with ...
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#4 Result Clauses / Consecutive Sentences

N&H Page 9, Exercise 6 , http://www.textkit.com/files/NH_Latin_P ... df#page=27

1. The soldiers are so brave that they always conquer the enemy.

2. The danger is so great that no ships can be saved.

3. So great a storm had arisen that all the sailors were terrified.

4. He escaped so quickly that no one could catch him.


Also... try to guess which of the Prose Composition exercises this ...
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quick translation of phrase -please :o)

could someone help translate this to latin or perhaps even point me to the original latin version from which this is extracted:

In purity and holiness I will guard my life and my art.

thats from the original version of the hippocratic oath or hippocratis etc..

thanks in advance ;) :D
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