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relinquitur ut, 568.

reliquum est ut, 568.

reliquus, use, 293 ; reliquī, use, 315.

-rem, verb ending, 168 . f.

Remembering, vbs. of, w. acc. or gen., 350; w. inf., 456 .

Reminding, vbs. of, constr., 351.

reminīscor, w. acc. or gen., 350. c.

Removing, vbs. of, w. abl., 401 .

Repeated action as general condition, 517. c.

repetundārum, 352 . a.

Repraesentātiō, 469 . N. ; in ind. disc., 585. b and N.

requiēs, decl., 98 . d, 105. e.

rēs, decl., 96 .

Resisting, vbs. of, constr., 367, 558 .

Resolution of syllables in Prosody, 610.

Resolving, vbs. of, constr. (subjv. or inf.), 563. d.

restat, w. ut, 569 . 2.

restis, decl., 75 . b.

Restriction in subjunctive clause, 535. d.

Result, clauses of, 279 . e, 534 ; sequence of tenses in, 485 . e; inf. of, 461. a. Subjunctive w. relatives or ut, 537 ; negative result w. ut nōn etc., id. a, 538; result clause equivalent to proviso, 537 . b; w. quīn, 558; w. quōminus, id. b. Subst. clauses of result after faciō etc., 568; as subject, 569; in app. w. noun, 570; as pred. nom., 571; after quam, id. a; tantum abest ut, id. b; thought as result, id. c.

Result, nouns denoting, 239 .

rēte, decl., 76 . a. 3.

rex, decl., 57 .

Rhetorical questions in ind. disc., 586 .

Rhotacism, 15 . 4.

Rhythm, development of, 607 ; nature of, 608 .

Rhythmical reading, 612 . d. N.

ri-, adj. stems in, 115 . a.

rītū, abl. of manner, 412 . b.

rīvālis, decl., 76 . b. 2.

Rivers, gender of names of, 31.1 and a.

ro- (rā-), primary suffix, 234 . II. 9.

rostems, decl. II, 45 . b; adj. stems, 111 , 112 .

rogō, constr. of, 396 and b. N., c. N. 2; w. subjv., 563.
Roman method of pronunciation, 8.

Root, defined, 25 , 228; consciousness of roots lost in Lat., 25 . N. ; of vbs., 117. 1; noun stem treated as root, 176 . d; roots ending in vowel, id. e; root used as stem, id. d. N. 1 and e, 231.

rōs, decl., 103 . g. 2.

rr-, as stem ending, 62 . N.1.

rt-, stems in, decl., 121 . a. 4.

ruber, decl., 112 . a.

rūrī, locative, 80 , 427. a.

rūs, decl., 103 . g. 1; constr., 427. 1, 2. a.

S changed to r, 15 . 4 and N., 62. N. 2; substituted for d or t, 15 .5; s as stem ending, 79. e; of adjs., 119 . N. ; of compars., 120. b; of perf. stem, 177 . b; list of vbs. of conj. III, w. perf. in s, 211. a; s suppressed in verb forms, 181 . b. N. 2; in early Lat., 629. a.

-s as sign of nom., 45 , 46, 56 , 95 , 117 . a, 338; -s omitted in inscriptions, 46 . N. 1; -s, noun ending, decl. III, gend., 86.

sacer, decl., 112 . a; comp., 131 . a.

saepe, compar., 218 . a.

sāl, decl., 103 . g. 2.

Salamis, decl., 83 . a.

salūber, decl., 115 . a.

salūtem, 397 . d. N. 2.

salvē, defect., 206 . g.

sānē quam, 575 . d.

Sanskrit forms, see 25 . ftn. 2, 170 . b. N.

sapiēns, decl., 76 . b. 2.

Sapphic verse, 625 . 7, 8.

satiās, decl., 98 . d.

satis, compar., 218 . a; compounds of, w. dat., 368. 2; nōn satis, 291 . c. N. 2; satis est (satis habeō), w. perf. infin., 486. f.

satur, genitive of, 50 . b; decl., 111. a; compar., 131 . b.

Saturnian verse, 628 . d.

Saying, vbs. of, constr., 459 ; in passive, 582.

sc preceding stem-vowel of verb, 176. b. 1.

scaber, decl., 112 . a.

Scanning, 612 . d, 609. e. N.

scīlicet, derivation, 216 . N.

scīn, contracted form for scīsne, 13. N.

sciō, imperative of, 449 . a.

Scīpiadēs, 44 . b. N.

scīscō, constr., 563 .

scitō, scītïte, imv. forms, 182 . a, 449. a.

-scō (inceptive), vbs. ending in, 263. 1.

sē- or sēd-, inseparable prefix, 267 . b.

, reflexive, decl., 144 . b; use, 299- 301 ; inter sē, 145. c.

Second Conjugation, prin. parts, 173; pres. stem, how formed, 176 . a; formation of, 179. b; paradigm, 185 ; vbs. of, 210; from noun stems, 260 .

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