— LatinVocab (@LatinVocab) March 28, 2013
*doctus, docta, doctum* adj – learned, trained, experienced #etymology of English noun "doctor" – someone who has earned an doctorial degree
— Latin Vocabulary (@latinwordaday) March 27, 2013
dēcĭpŭla, ae, f. &
dēcĭpŭlum, i, n.
(cf. decipio) a snare, gin, trap.
— Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) March 27, 2013
μύρμηξ, ηκος, ὁ,
II. fabulous animal in India
III.hidden rock in the sea
IV. a sort of gauntlet or cestus with metal studs
— Henry George Liddell (@LiddellAndScott) March 27, 2013
Iste points out a thing near/belonging/imputed to an addressee. From its use in addressing opponents, it often expresses contempt LL 2356-7
— Greek+Latin Grammar (@AncientGrammar) March 26, 2013