— LatinVocab (@LatinVocab) April 17, 2013
vix: scarcely: adverb. Example sentence:Contra felicem vix deus vires habet.Translation:Against a lucky man, a… http://t.co/kziOqcU6qZ
— Latin Language (@latinlanguage) April 17, 2013
ē-līdo, si, sum, 3, v. a. laedo.
To knock, strike, or dash out, to tear out, to force out, squeeze out.
— Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) April 16, 2013
ξέω fut. ξέσω aor. ἔξεσα pf. ἔξεκα plpf. ἔξεστο
—scrape smooth, polish
—roughen by scraping
— Henry George Liddell (@LiddellAndScott) April 16, 2013
Prepositions regularly precede their nouns; but a monosyllabic prepos. is often b/t a noun & its adjec./limiting gen.: quem ad modum AG 599d
— Greek+Latin Grammar (@AncientGrammar) April 16, 2013