John Tahourdin White Latin suffixes

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Latin suffixes

 
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1858 Excerpt: ... umbra, shade: umbr-ce umbr-a-ti-lis, belonging to the shade; hence retired; private. Obs. 2. Some substantives occur in Srlus, aria,arium,ile. Strictly speaking, however, these are adjectives, and are used substantively with reference to some word to be supplied. (Compare Ch. I. No. XIII., and Nbs. III. and XII. below.) a. ce rarlus, of or belonging to cs, copper or money. cerarlus (faber), coppersmith, brazier. „ (etuis), citizen paying an ces, as poll-tax. ceraria (fodlna), copper-mine.,, (qfficina), smelting-house. „ (fornax), smelting-house. ovarium (cedificium), place where the public money was kept. b. argentar lus, of or belonging to argentum, silver. argentdrlus (homo), banker. „ (faber), silversmith. argentaria (taberna), banker's office. „ (ars), banker's avocation. „ (fodlna), silver mine. argentdrtum (absolute), place for keeping silver; plate chest. c. tivlarlus, of or belonging to an avis, or bird. aciurlus (homo), person, who keeps birds. avlurlum (aidificium), place where birds are kept; aviary. d. cSlumbarlus, of or belonging to a columba, or dove. columbarius (homo), man who keeps doves. columbarium (asdificium), place where doves are kept; dove-cote. e. pomarlus, of or belonging to pomum, or fruit. pumurius (homo), fruit-seller. pomarium (cedificium), fruit-house; store-house for fruits. „ (absolute), fruit-garden. f. semlnurlus, of or belonging to semen, or seed. seminarium (absolute), seed-plot. g. tabularlus, of or belonging to a tabula, or tablet. tabularius (homo), keeper of archives; registrar. tabularia (domus), record-office. tabularium (absolute), archives. h. valetudinurius, of or belonging to vdletudo, or ill health. valetudinarius (homo), person in ill health; invalid; valetudinarian. valet...

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