— LatinVocab (@LatinVocab) March 12, 2013
*inanis, inane* 3rd declension adjective – empty, meaningless #etymology of English adjective "inane"- silly, stupid
— Latin Vocabulary (@latinwordaday) February 27, 2013
ăd-ĭpiscor, eptus, 3, v. dep. apiscor, to arrive at, to reach.
Also with acc., to reach, to overtake.
Fig., to attain to by effort, to get
— Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) March 12, 2013
πηλός (Dor. παλός) ὁ, Syrac. ἡ
clay, earth, used by masons & potters
II. Poet., thick or muddy wine
III. dolt, blockhead
— Henry George Liddell (@LiddellAndScott) March 12, 2013
The deictic -ῑ is added to demons./adverbs for emphasis. Before it α, ε, ο are dropped: ὁδί̄ this man here. In comedy, -γῑ/-δῑ GG 333g
— Greek+Latin Grammar (@AncientGrammar) March 12, 2013