— LatinVocab (@LatinVocab) April 30, 2013
quondam: once, formerly: adverb. Example sentence:Fuerunt quondam in hac re publica viri magnae virtutis.Trans… http://t.co/nICQwfKt5b
— Latin Language (@latinlanguage) April 30, 2013
—an image formed in the likeness of a thing
—a likeness, image, form, representation, semblance (imago, effigies, signum)
— Charlton T. Lewis (@LewisandShort) April 29, 2013
ἀγγέλλω, ἀγγελῶ, ἤγγειλα, ἤγγελκα, ἤγγελμαι, ἠγγέλθην
—c. acc. rei, announce, report.
—c. acc. pers., bring news of.
— Henry George Liddell (@LiddellAndScott) April 29, 2013
Cognate Accusative in Latin: Verbs of taste/smell/etc take a cognate accusative of the QUALITY: vīnum redolēns— smelling [of] wine.
— Greek+Latin Grammar (@AncientGrammar) April 29, 2013