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Sarah H. Ross (2005). A CORPUS-BASED APPROACH TO INFINITIVAL COMPLEMENTS IN EARLY LATIN.

URL: http://etd.lsu.edu/docs/available/etd-04212005-133917/unrestricted/Ross_dis.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3352&langcode=lat (2019-05-26).

 

Example #1:

    pueri
    boy-M-PL-NOM
    appearance ...' (Pl. Men. 17-19)
Example #2:

    optimum fuisse                 virum              Lucium           Scipionem. (Lockwood, p. 8)
    best-M-S-ACC   be-INFIN-PERF   man-M-S-ACC        Lucius-M-S-ACC   Scipio-M-S-ACC
    `Most agree this man, Lucius Scipio, was one of the best men at Rome.'
Example #3:

    (54)     Poti          -n     a        me         abeas,               nisi     me        vis        vomere?
    able-M-S-NOM -Y/N    from     I-S-ABL    go away-2-S-SUBJ     unless   I-S-ACC   wish-2-S   vomit-INFIN
    `Can't you go away from me ?unless you want me to throw up?' (Pl. Cas. 731)
Example #4:

    [habere       me],          immo         habui.
    have-INFIN    I-S-ACC       but          have-1-S-PERF
    `I have one son, a teenager. Ah, what did I say ?that I have a son? Actually, I
Example #5:

    [ancillulam           emptum]]             dudum       quam             dixit           Geta.
    maid-DIMIN-F-S-ACC    buy-SUPINE-N-S-ACC   just now    REL-F-S-ACC      say-3-S-PERF    Geta-M-S-NOM
    Geta promised just now.' (Ter. Phor. 837-838)
Example #6:

    et      [Phaedriae          curam           adimere            argentariam].
    and     Phaedria-M-S-DAT    care-F-S-ACC    take away-INFIN    related to silver-F-S-ACC
    monetary worry.' (Ter. Phor. 885-886)
Example #7:

    (58)   Ad        aquam            praebendam                  commodum              adveni               domum.
    to        water-F-S-ACC    offer-GERUNDIVE-F-S-ACC     opportunely           come to-1-S-PERF     home-F-S-ACC
    `I came home at the right time to offer water [lit. `to water to be offered']'.
Example #8:

    (60)    Censet         [eo         venturum         obviam          Poenum].
    believe-3-S    to there    come-INFIN-FUT   in the way      Phoenician-M-S-ACC
    `He believes the Phoenician [i.e. Hannibal] will come there to meet him.' (Naev.
Example #9:

    (61)    Credo         ego         [hac           noctu           Nocturnum          obdormivisse].
    believe-1-S   I-S-NOM     this-F-S-ABL   night-F-S-ABL   night-M-S-ACC      go to sleep-INFIN-PERF
    `I believe Night (has) gone to sleep tonight.' (Pl. Amph. 272)
Example #10:

    (62)       Credo            [te           facile       impetrassere].
    believe-1-S      you-S-ACC     easily       obtain-INFIN-FUT
    `I believe you'll easily obtain [it].' (Pl. Mil. 1128)
Example #11:

    ero adversus                        venerit.
    master-M-S-DAT                      against            come-3-S-FUTPERF
    the greatest warriors.' (Pl. Tri. 723-724)
Example #12:

    ludis                    pro              citeria],             atque             [cum           spectatoribus sermocinaturum]?
    game-M-PL-ABL            in front of      effigy-F-S-ABL        and               with           spectator-M-PL-ABL       discuss-PART-FUT-M-S-ACC
    the games, in front of his effigy, and he'll discuss [it] with the spectators?'
Example #13:

    neque          id                      aegre           tulit.
    nor            ANA-N-S-ACC             sickly          carry-3-S-PERF
    us and he didn't take it badly.' (Ter. And. 177-178)
Example #14:

    [se...]         sciat                     [...vilico                  non           datum                         iri].
    ANA-ACC         know-3-S-SUBJ             bailiff-M-S-DAT             not           give-SUPINE-M-S-ACC           go-INFIN-PASS
    over to the bailiff.' (Pl. Cas. 698-699).
Example #15:

    sciret                         [...non            desertum                               iri]                ut           darem.
    know-3-S-IMPERF-SUBJ           not                desert-SUPINE-M--S-ACC                 go-INFIN-PASS                    give-1-S-IMPERF-SUBJ
    `She begged me to give her this pledge, so that she'd know she won't be deserted
Example #16:

    (69)    Speravi            ego         [istam            tibi           parituram                        filium].
    hope-1-S-PERF      I-S-NOM     that-F-S-ACC      you-S-DAT      give birth-F-S-ACC-PART-FUT      son-M-S-ACC
    `I hoped she would bear you a son.' (Pl. Amph. 718)
Example #17:

    (70)    Et     ego            [idem...]          spero          [...fore].
    and    I-S-NOM        same-N-S-ACC       hope-1-S       be-INFIN-FUT
    `And I hope the same thing will occur.' (Pl. Men. 1094)
Example #18:

    (71)    quae             sperat      [se             nupturam                   viridulo              adolescentulo]
    REL-F-S-NOM      hope-3-S    ANA-ACC         marry-F-S-ACC-PART-FUT     green-M-S-DAT         youth-M-S-DAT
    `who hopes she will marry a green young lad' (Naev. Inc. 7-8)
Example #19:

    (78)     Deicerent                       [necesus               ese            [Bacanal                 habere]].
    decide-3-PL-IMPERF-SUBJ         necessary-N-S-ACC      be-INFIN       Bacchic rite-N-S-ACC     have-INFIN
    `They should it was necessary to have a Bacchic rite.' (Bac. 4-5)
Example #20:

    consulere          et           parcere].
    counsel-INFIN      and          spare-INFIN
    for me to counsel you and spare you.' (Acc. Trag. 88-89)
Example #21:

    b.       quia        [temeti                nihil                  allatum]                        intellego.
    because     wine-N-S-GEN           nothing-N-S-ACC        carry toward-PPP-N-ACC          understand-1-S
    `because I understand no wine has been brought in' (Pl. Aul. 355)
Example #22:

    (82)     a.       Credidi                 [silicernium                 eius                 me          esse           esurum].
    believe-1-S-PERF        funeral feast-N-S-ACC        ANA-M-S-GEN          I-S-ACC     be-INFIN       eat- PART-FUT- M-S-ACC
    `I believed I was going to eat his funeral feast.' (Cae. Fab. 120)
Example #23:

    [...conatum               modo].
    attempt-PPP-M-S-ACC       recently
    `I think [you] recently attempted this journey because of the gods' advice.' (En
Example #24:

    senis].
    old-M-S-GEN
    `He announces the safe ship or the angry old man's arrival.' (Pl. Amph. 988)
Example #25:

    tribus              [arfuise]                 velent.
    three-F-PL-ABL      be near-INFIN-PERF        wish-3-PL-IMPERF-SUBJ
    same time.' (Bac. 20-21)
Example #26:

    (86)     Atque       [haud        longe         abesse]            oportet,           verum         longe       hinc            afuit.
    and         not          long          be away-INFIN      be fitting-3-S     but           long        from here       be away-3-S-PERF
    `And it shouldn't be far away, but it was far away from here.' (Pl. Amph. 322)
Example #27:

    obstare],                    [illos               obsequi].
    stand in the way-INFIN       that-M-PL-ACC        follow after-INFIN-DEPON
    follow after.' (Enn. Trag. 64-65)
Example #28:

    vera]                  putant,         credunt         [signis           cor              inesse          in        aenis].
    true-N-PL-ACC          think-3-PL      believe-3-PL    sign-N-PL-ABL     heart-N-S-ACC    be in-INFIN     in        bronze-N-PL-ABL
    the stuff of dreams is real, they believe a heart exists in bronze images.' (Luc
Example #29:

    oportet.
    be fitting-3-S
    `There should be one finger's width between the wheel and the mill column.' (Cat
Example #30:

    esse]         arbitror.
    be-INFIN      think-1-S-DEPON
    `I serve by this guideline: however I think [something] is useful for my hide.'
Example #31:

    turbis].
    disturbance-F-PL-ABL
    `I cannot extricate myself from these troubles in any way.' (Ter. Phor. 825)
Example #32:

    [accipere           hunc...]          mi            expediat               [...metum].
    take-INFIN          this-M-S-ACC      I-S-DAT       benefit-3-S-SUBJ       fear-M-S-ACC
    `I don't see any strong enough reason why it should benefit me to take on this f
Example #33:

    ne        damnum                faciam.
    lest      harm-N-S-ACC          do-1-S-SUBJ
    wrong.' (Luc. Sat. 1142-1143)
Example #34:

    duos].
    two-M-PL-ACC
    `For I want to cause a quarrel between those two.' (Pl. Cas. 561)
Example #35:

    deserturum].
    desert-PART-FUT-M-S-ACC
    `I swear to you by all the gods that I will never desert her.' (Ter. And. 694)
Example #36:

    potisset                        [...amplius           Romanam]
    be able-3-S-IMPERF-SUBJ         more                  Roman-F-S-ACC
    `by what means he might be better able to save the [Roman] people and the Roman
Example #37:

    venisse]
    come-INFIN-PERF
    `when you see I've come home riding in a carriage' (Liv. Ody. 20-21)
Example #38:

    (99)   Hic      tu               apte credis                  [quemquam            latrina           petisse]?
    here     you-S-NOM        aptly        believe-2-S     INDEF-M-S-ACC        latrine-F-S-ABL   seek-INFIN-PERF
    `Do you really believe someone here has gone to the latrines?' (Luc. Sat. 283)
Example #39:

    (101) [Quem                      -nam             te                 esse]          dicam?
    INTERROG-M-S-ACC        -for             you-S-ACC          be-INFIN       say-1-S-FUT
    `Then who will I say you are?' (Enn. Trag. 355)
Example #40:

    (102) [Alcumenam ante aedis                                       stare            saturam]            intellego.
    Alcmena-F-S-ACC           before     wall-F-PL-ACC       stand-INFIN      full-F-S-ACC        understand-1-S
    `I understand the pregnant Alcmena is standing in front of the house.' (Pl. Amph
Example #41:

    (103) [Omnes                    cinaedos               esse]         censes          quia         tu             es?
    all-M-PL-ACC           lecher-ACC-M-PL        be-INFIN      believe-2-S     because      you-S-NOM      be-2-S
    `Do you believe everyone is a lecher because you are?' (Pl. Men. 513)
Example #42:

    reare.
    think-2-S-SUBJ
    `Don't think I'm under your control for that reason.' (Caec. Com. 20-21)
Example #43:

    dedicat.
    give out-3-S
    `But I'm afraid, since he claims with facts that you're Alcmeon's brother.' (Acc
Example #44:

    erga]          scio.
    towards        know-1-S
    `I see you feel the same about him as I know he feels about you.' (Pac. Trag. 27
Example #45:

    (107) [Eam                 nunc            esse         inventam                   probris                conpotem]                 scis.
    ANA-F-S-ACC       now             be-INFIN     found-PPP -S-F-ACC       bad deed-N-PL-ABL        sharing in-F-S-ACC        know-2-S
    `You know she has been found participating in bad behavior.' (Naev. Trag. 10-11)
Example #46:

    (108) Scito                    [pro           ratione             fructum       esse].
    know-2-S-IMPERAT-FUT   according to   reckoning-F-S-ABL   use-M-S-ACC   be-INFIN
    `Realize that the result is in accordance with what you find.'23 (Cato Agr. I)
Example #47:

    (109) Nam             [nec        te             neque         me         novisse]            ait        haec.
    for          nor         you-S-ACC      nor           I-S-ACC    know-INFIN-PERF     say-3-S    this-F-S-NOM
    `For this woman says she knows neither you nor me.' (Pl. Mil. 430)
Example #48:

    solet.
    be accustomed-3-S
    `The oracle at Delphi is accustomed to saying contorted [but] not false words.'
Example #49:

    osculantem          atque        amplexantem            cum altero]
    kiss-PART-S-ACC     and          embrace-PART-S-ACC     with        another-M-S-ABL
    `Philocomasium ... whom you said you saw next door kissing and embracing some ma
Example #50:

    (115) Porro [eunuchum...]                dixti            [...velle        te].
    then      eunuch-M-S-ACC          said-2-S-PERF    want-INFIN       you-S-ACC
    `Then you said you wanted a eunuch.' (Ter. Eun. 167)
Example #51:

    effugere           potero?
    flee from-INFIN    be able-1-S-FUT
    `Will I be unable to flee a relationship by marriage with Chremes by any means a
Example #52:

    censet.
    believe-3S
    is wretched is unknown to others.' (Acc. Trag. 338-339)
Example #53:

    immittere
    send in-INFIN
    `to pull the fleets into the sea and send the sails into the rush of the winds'
Example #54:

    me         vidisse]           censui
    I-S-ACC    see-INFIN-PERF     believe-1-S-PERF
    that I saw.' (Pl. Mil. 555-557)
Example #55:

    (122) Atque        [id                me          dedisse]             intellego.
    but         ANA-N-S-ACC        I-S-ACC     give-INFIN-PERF      understand-1-S
    `But I understand I gave that.' (Pl. Amph. 497)
Example #56:

    (123) Nil                  equidem,             nisi       [quod             illum...]       audivi          [...dicere].
    nothing-N-S-NOM     indeed               except     REL-N-S-ACC       that-M-S-ACC    here-1-S-PERF   say-INFIN
    `[That's] nothing indeed, except what I heard him say.' (Ter. And. 858)
Example #57:

    (124) [Haec              me           curaturum]                             dicito.
    this-N-PL-ACC     I-S-ACC      take care of-PART-FUT-M-S-ACC          say-2-S-IMPERAT-FUT
    `Say I'll take care of these things.' (Pl. Men. 548)
Example #58:

    (125) a.         [Hanc              mane          esse...]         oportet          [...ieiunum].
    this-F-S-ACC       morning       eat-INFIN        be fitting-3-S   fasting-M-S-ACC
    `The fasting person should eat this [cabbage] in the morning.' (Cato Agr. 157)
Example #59:

    b.        [Hanc...]           oportet             [...mane           ieiunum           esse].
    this-F-S-ACC        be fitting-3-S      morning           fasting-M-S-ACC    eat-INFIN
    `The fasting person should eat this [cabbage] in the morning.' (Cato Agr. 157)
Example #60:

    [...potis]?
    able-S-ACC
    `Did you believe you could do those wrong deeds of yours in secret?' (Pl. Men. 6
Example #61:

    esse       Atticam].
    be-INFIN   Athenian-F-S-ACC
    `What does he say then, that Glycerium knows she's an Athenian citizen.' (Ter. A
Example #62:

    polluceto.
    offer-2-S-IMPERAT-FUT
    `To Jupiter of the feast offer a cup of wine of any size you wish.' (Cato Agr. 1
Example #63:

    (129) Ait        [sese          [Athenas              fugere] cupere].
    say-3-S   ANA-ACC        Athens-F-PL-ACC       flee-INFIN     wish-INFIN
    `He says he wants to flee to Athens.' (Pl. Mil. 126)
Example #64:

    illis}ABL/*?illisABL
    that-PL-ABL
    `sacrifices that are said by them to be the Cronia [i.e. for Cronus]' (Acc. Ann.
Example #65:

    cognatum            concordiam].
    relative-M-PL-GEN   harmony-F-S-ACC
    relatives.' (Pl. Amph. 839-842)
Example #66:

    aedibus            Amphitruo.
    wall-F-PL-ABL      Amphitryon-M-S-NOM
    `This city is Thebes. In those walls over there lives Amphitryon.' (Pl. Amph. 97
Example #67:

    sinam               umquam              [...PROj          accedere].
    allow-1-S-FUT       ever                                  approach-INFIN
    `And I'll never allow this man to come here to this house today.' (Pl. Amph. 264
Example #68:

    (140) Quo                  modo                 haec           [hinc          huc               transire]           potuit.
    REL-M-S-ABL       means-M-S-ABL        this-F-S-NOM   from here      to here           go across-INFIN     be able-3-S-PERF
    `In that way this woman was able to go across from here to here.' (Pl. Mil. 418)
Example #69:

    (143) Iam        [hosj         -ce              absolutosj]                   censeasi.
    now       that-M-PL-ACC -INTENSIF        loose from-PPP-M-PL-ACC       believe-2-S-SUBJ
    `Now you'd think those were paid for.' (Pl. Aul. 517)
Example #70:

    Feriae                serventur. . .
    holiday-F-PL-NOM      guard-3-PL-PASS-SUBJ
    should be observed.' (Cato Agr. V)
Example #71:

    hanc               convenisti         et       narravisti             haec               omnia.
    this-F-S-ACC       meet-2-S-PERF      and      tell-2-S-PERF          this-N-PL-ACC      all-N-PL-ACC
    you met her just now and tell her all these things.' (Pl. Amph. 765-767).
Example #72:

    audioi.
    hear-1-S
    `I don't trust myself when I hear that one say those things.' (Pl. Amph. 416)
Example #73:

    aedibus]?
    wall-F-PL-ABL
    `Old man, are you saying I live in that house there?' (Pl. Men. 820)
Example #74:

    (157) Illan           -c            -in     mulierem                  alere              cum         illa             familia!
    that-F-S-ACC -INTENSIF -Y/N          woman-F-S-ACC             nourish-INFIN      with        that-F-S-ABL     family-F-S-ABL
    `The very idea of supporting that woman with that family of hers!' (Ter. Heau. 7
Example #75:

    (158) Solet                  iocari                        saepe          me         -cum illoc                 modo.
    be accustomed-3-S     joke-INFIN-DEPON              often          I-S-ABL -with      that-M-S-ABL       manner-M-S-ABL
    `He's used to joking with me often in that manner of his.' (Pl. Men. 317)
Example #76:

    arbitrarier.
    think-INFIN-DEPON
    `From here I'll able to think about what they're going from both here and there.
Example #77:

    datum                 esse         eam           -que     illum           deperire.
    give-PPP-M-S-ACC      be-INFIN     ANA-F-S-ACC   -and     that-M-S-ACC    perish-INFIN
    [with love] for him.' (Pl. Mil. 931-932)
Example #78:

    filiuml],        verum          non          estk        puerol              gravidak.
    son-M-S-ACC      but            not          be-3-S      boy-M-S-ABL         heavy-F-S-NOM
    pregnant with a boy.' (Pl. Amph. 718-719)
Example #79:

    sati             -n       hoc                est            tibi?,         [me         isti                non       nutasse].
    enough-N-S-NOM -Y/N       this-N-S-NOM       be-3-S         you-S-DAT      I-S-ACC     that-N-S-DAT        not       nod-INFIN-PERF
    that [parasite] of yours.' (Pl. Men. 616-617)
Example #80:

    {flagitium            hominis}i,                 [...cum         istoci              ornatu]?
    disgrace-N-S-VOC      human-M-S-GEN              with            that-M-S-ABL        ornamentation-M-S-ABL
    `Aren't you ashamed, you disgrace of a man, to come into my sight with that clot
Example #81:

    {mi                vir}i,                 [...percontarier]?
    my-M-S-VOC         man-M-S-VOC            investigate-INFIN-DEPON
    `How has it entered your mind, my husband, to question that of me?'
Example #82:

    (171) Meruimus          et    ego       et      pater             de     vobis        et         re               publica.
    earn-1-PL-PERF   and   I-S-NOM   and     father-M-S-NOM    from   you-PL-ABL   and        affair-F-S-ABL   public-F-S-ABL
    `We ?my father and I ?have earned [something] from you and from the republic.' (
Example #83:

    poterit:            verum           vos                    videbitis.
    be able-3-S-FUT     but             you-PL-NOM             see-2-PL-FUT
    `Those marks no one in the household will be able to see, but you will see [them
Example #84:

    mei               patris                metuo             malum.
    my-M-S-GEN        father-M-S-GEN        fear-1-S          bad-N-S-ACC
    father.' (Pl. Amph. 30-31)
Example #85:

    (174) Age                    i                      tu                 secundum.
    drive-2-S-IMPERAT go-2-S-IMPERAT            you-S-NOM          following
    `Go on, you go behind.' (Pl. Amph. 551)
Example #86:

    (176) Egoi         [mei            amare                hancj]             fateori.
    I-S-NOM    I-S-ACC         love-INFIN           this-F-S-ACC       confess-1-S-DEPON
    `I confess I love her.' (Ter. And. 896)
Example #87:

    sufferami.
    undergo-1-S-FUT
    `I'll clearly show I didn't do wrong, or I'll undergo punishment.' (Acc. Trag. 4
Example #88:

    ego          sum?
    I-S-NOM      be-1-S
    `Do you dare say you are Sosia, when I'm the one who's Sosia?' (Pl. Amph. 373-37
Example #89:

    (180) Deinde           egoi -met                [PROi             mei -cum             cogitare]          intervias occepii.
    then            I-S-NOM -INTENSIF                          I-S-ABL -with        think-INFIN        meanwhile            begin-1-S-PERF
    `Then meanwhile I began to think about [it] [lit. `with myself']. (Pl. Aul. 379-
Example #90:

    dicat              tibi?
    say-3-S-SUBJ       you-s-DAT
    `Mat. You, you there, I say.
Example #91:

    iudicium                    fiat.
    judgment-N-S-NOM            become-3-S-SUBJ
    controversial, let there be judgment in Rome.' (Cato Agr. 149)
Example #92:

    pudet           [...me       tibi             in        senecta               obicere                             sollicitudinem].
    shame-3-S       I-S-ACC      you-S-DAT        in        old age-F-S-ACC       throw in the way of-INFIN           anxiety-F-S-ACC
    anxiety to you in your old age.' (Pl. Mil. 618-623)
Example #93:

    putoi.
    think-1-S
    `Now I don't mention kissing and embracing, I think it [to be] nothing.' (Ter. H
Example #94:

    postestatem             omnibus.
    power-F-S-ACC           all-M-PL-DAT
    them I give the power of determining [the outcome].' (Pac. Trag. 39-40)
Example #95:

    (222) Simul               herbaei               inceperinti               [nasci],                  eximitoj                    proi.
    at the same time   grass-F-PL-NOM        begin-3-PL-FUTPERF        be born-INFIN-DEPON       take out-2-S-IMPERAT-FUT
    `As soon as the weeds have begun to grow, take [them] out.' (Cato Agr. 48)
Example #96:

    publica.
    public-F-S-ABL
    `We ?my father and I ?have earned [something] from you and from the republic.' (
Example #97:

    iudicoi.
    judge-1-S
    `I praise you indeed, my Antiphila, and I deem [you] fortunate.' (Ter. Heau. 381
Example #98:

    demittitoi                        proj/k            in      piscinam.
    let down-2-S-IMPERAT-FUT                            into    fishpond-F-S-ACC
    cover the cork with pitch, let [it] down into the pond.' (Cato Agr. 120)
Example #99:

    (272) Abbibere,               hic        non        multum            est      d   siet           an     b.
    drink-FROM-INFIN       here       non        much-N-S-NOM      be-3-S   d   be-3-S-SUBJ    or     b
    adbibere `to drink to'; i.e. either way there is a lot of drinking involved].' (
Example #100:

    suscipere, utrimque                   hortari                    exercitum.
    lift up-INFIN       from both sides   urge-INFIN-DEPON           army-M-S-ACC
    from each side [the command] encourages his army.' (Pl. Amph. 229-230)
Example #101:

    (280) Tui,          Mysisi,                dum          exeo,            parumper               opperire                hic.
    you-S-NOM    Mysis-M-S-VOC          while        go out-1-S       for a little while     wait-INFIN              here
    `You, Mysis, wait here a little while until I come out.' (Ter. And. 714)
Example #102:

    amante                   argentum           accipere]             meretrixi                noenu volti.
    love-PART -S-ABL         silver-N-S-ACC     receive-INFIN         prostitute-F-S-NOM       not           wish-3-S
    a lover.' (Caec. Fab. 203-204)
Example #103:

    (311) Nolitei                           hospitesi               [PROi         ad       me             adire].
    not wish-2-PL-IMPERAT            stranger-M-PL-NOM                     to       I-S-ACC        come to-INFIN
    `Strangers, don't come near me.' (Enn. Trag. 358)
Example #104:

    ni -ve     [PRO            adeo           apstulisse]                        vellem.
    not -or                    to there       take away-INFIN-PERF               wish-1-S-IMPERF-SUBJ
    anything.' (Pl. Aul. 645-646)
Example #105:

    neu       [PRO            quid                   dominum                 celavisse]               velit.
    nor                       INDEFIN-N-S-ACC        master-M-S-ACC          hide-INFIN-PERF          wish-3-S-SUBJ
    wish to have hidden anything from the master.' (Cato Agr. V)
Example #106:

    obstare]?
    stand in way-INFIN
    `Should I let his [lack of] memory stand in the way of my pleasure?' (Ter. And.
Example #107:

    conspectum                 ingredi]?
    sight-M-S-ACC              walk in-INFIN-DEPON
    `Doesn't it shame you at all, you scum, to walk into public view?' (Pls. Amph. 1
Example #108:

    (407) [PROj           palam       muttire]            plebeioj                piaculumi                esti.
    openly      mumble-INFIN        commoner-M-S-DAT        sacrifice-N-S-NOM        be-3-S
    `It is a crime for the commoner to grumble openly.' (Enn. Trag. 340)
Example #109:

    (416) Non         esti           [PROj        mentiri]i          meumi.
    not       be-3-S                      lie-INFIN-DEPON    my-N-S-NOM
    `It is not my [habit, duty, ...] to lie.' (Ter. Heau. 549)
Example #110:

    mentiri]             meumi.
    lie-INFIN-DEPON      my-N-S-NOM
    acquaintance'].' (Luc. Sat. 695)
Example #111:

    Quid                   secundum?                Arare.              Quid                       tertium?               Stercorare.
    INTERROG-N-S-NOM       following-N-S-NOM        plough-INFIN        INTERROG-N-S-NOM           third-N-S-NOM          manure-INFIN
    Manuring.' (Cato, Agr., LXI)
Example #112:

    i                                          j
    bothersome-F-S-NOM     ANA-S-DAT         be-INFIN         not wish-1-S
    `I don't want to be bothersome to him.' (Pl. Cas. 545)
Example #113:

    sane        Sosia.
    truly       Sosia-M-S-NOM
    `When I don't want to be Sosia, you be Sosia.' (Pl. Amph. 439)
Example #114:

    (436) [Id               gratum                   fuisse              avorsum            te]            habeo             gratiam.
    ANA-N-S-ACC      pleasing-N-S-ACC         be-INFIN-PERF       toward             you-S-ACC      have-1-S          gratefulness-F-S-ACC
    `I'm pleased it was pleasing to you.' (Ter. And. 41-42)
Example #115:

    Anthr. Cocum                ergo           dico.
    cook-M-S-ACC      therefore      say-1-S
    Anthr. So I say a cook.' (Pl. Aul. 321-323)
Example #116:

    j                                                                k
    you-PL-ACC -Y/N                 wish-3-S-SUBJ     or              I-S-ACC       rule-INFIN        master-F-S-NOM
    `Would the mistress wish (for) you or (for) me to rule?' (Enn. Ann. 189)
Example #117:

    (452) a.      Noloi              egoi         [PROi           hancj              adeo           efflictim                 amare].
    not wish-1-S       I-S-NOM                      this-F-S-ACC       to there       destruction-F-S-ACC       love-INFIN
    `I don't want to love her to death.' (Naev. Fab. 37-38)
Example #118:

    b.        proi promittei                 [hoc j         fore]
    promise-2-S-IMPERAT            this-N-S-ACC   be-INFIN-FUT
    `Promise this will be.' (Pl. Aul. 219)
Example #119:

    et            {patre              uno}                   {uno              die}].
    and           father-M-S-ABL      one-M-S-ABL            one-M-S-ABL       day-M-S-ABL
    father on the same day.' (Pl. Men. 1101-1102)
Example #120:

    (461) [quod...]                 ego            [...me...]          spero        [...ostenturum].
    REL-N-S-ACC            I-S-NOM        I-S-ACC             hope-1-S     show-FUT-M-S-ACC
    `which I hope I'll show' (Cato Or. 209)
Example #121:

    (463) Amphitruo,                   speravii         egoi        [istamj          tibii         parituramj                     filiumk].
    Amphitryon-M-S-VOC        hope-1-S-PERF    I-S-NOM     that-F-S-ACC     you-S-DAT     give birth-PART-FUT-F-S-ACC    son-M-S-ACC
    `Amphitryon, I hoped she would bear you a son.' (Pl. Amph. 718)
Example #122:

    (491) Egoi       [mei...]          nunc             voloi         [{ius                 pontificium}j            optime               scire].
    I-S-NOM   I-S-ACC           now              wish-1-S      law-N-S-ACC           of high priest-N-S-ACC   best                 know-INFIN
    `I now wish [lit. `me'] to know the priestly law very well.' (Cato Or. 197)
Example #123:

    studere]                  oporteti.
    be eager for-INFIN        befit-3-S
    `It is fitting for the head of the household to seek from earliest youth to mana
Example #124:

    bonuml]           ex        voltum             cognoscoj.
    good-M-S-ACC      out of    face-M-S-ABL       recognize-1-S
    good.' (Pl. Aul. 717)
Example #125:

    [...facta]             dicis,        [quod                  tibi...]          aequom                est       [...fieri]?
    do-PPP-N-PL-ACC        say-2-S       INTERROG-N-S-ACC       you-S-DAT         right-N-S-NOM         be-3-S    do-INFIN-PASS
    you?' (Pl. Amph. 850-851)
Example #126:

    (530) [Quem                    -nam             te                 esse]          dicam?
    INTERROG-M-S-ACC        -for             you-S-ACC          be-INFIN       say-1-S-FUT
    `Then who will I say you are?' (Enn. Trag. 355)
Example #127:

    (531) [Alcumenam ante aedis                                     stare            saturam]            intellego.
    Alcmena-F-S-ACC           before     wall-F-PL-ACC       stand-INFIN      full-F-S-ACC        understand-1-S
    `I understand the pregnant Alcmena is standing in front of the house.' (Pl. Amph
Example #128:

    (532) [Omnes                  cinaedos               esse]         censes          quia         tu             es?
    all-M-PL-ACC           lecher-ACC-M-PL        be-INFIN      believe-2-S     because      you-S-NOM      be-2-S
    `Do you believe everyone is a lecher because you are?' (Pl. Men. 513)
Example #129:

    reare.
    think-2-S-SUBJ
    `Don't think I'm under your control for that reason.' (Caec. Com. 20-21)
Example #130:

    dedicat.
    give out-3-S
    `But I'm afraid, since he claims with facts that you're Alcmeon's brother.' (Acc
Example #131:

    erga]          scio.
    towards        know-1-S
    `I see you feel the same about him as I know he feels about you.' (Pac. Trag. 27
Example #132:

    (536) [Eam               nunc            esse         inventam                   probris                conpotem]                 scis.
    ANA-F-S-ACC       now             be-INFIN     found-PPP -S-F-ACC       bad deed-N-PL-ABL        sharing in-F-S-ACC        know-2-S
    `You know she has been found participating in bad behavior.' (Naev. Trag. 10-11)
Example #133:

    (537) Scito                            [pro              ratione                      fructum                     esse].
    know-2-S-IMPERAT-FUT         according to      reckoning-F-S-ABL            use-M-S-ACC                 be-INFIN
    `Realize that the result is in accordance with what you find.'69 (Cato Agr. I)
Example #134:

    (551) Videoi -n                 egoi        [Getamj              currentemj         huc            advenire]?
    see-1-S    -Q          I-S-NOM     Geta-M-S-ACC         run-PART-S-ACC     to here        come to-INFIN
    `Do I see Geta running here?' (Ter. Phor. 177)
Example #135:

    osculantemj               cum          alieno                   adulescentulo]].
    kiss-PART-S-ACC           with         another-M-S-ABL          youth-M-S-ABL
    saw her kissing some you here next door.' (Pl. Mil. 262-264)
Example #136:

    (575) Atque         adeo         [valvas                         sonere...]        sensi                 [...regias].
    and          to there     folding door-F-PL-ACC           sound-INFIN       sense-1-S-PERF        royal-F-PL-ACC
    `And there I felt the royal doors sound(ing).' (Acc. Trag. 470)
Example #137:

    (576) Tu            -n     [domo          prohibere         peregre   me        advenientem]         postulas?
    you-S-NOM -Y/N   home-F-S-ABL   prohibit-INFIN    barely    I-S-ACC   come to-PART-S-ACC   demand-2-S
    `Do you demand that I prevent him from coming home when he is arriving?' (Pl. Am
Example #138:

    (629) Pamphilamj -ne                        [PROk           hac                 urbe                privari                   t j]     pro       sinesi?
    Pamphila-F-S-ACC -Y/N                               this-F-S-ABL        city-F-S-ABL        deprive-INFIN-PASS                           allow-2-S-FUT
    `Will you allow Pamphila to be kept out of this city?' (Ter. Phor. 517)
Example #139:

    ex             proxumo.
    out of         near-SUPER-M-S-ABL
    `This Casina will be discovered to be the daughter of this man from next door.'
Example #140:

    i
    to there -Y/N          see-1-PL-PASS     you-PL-DAT        be-INFIN          suitable-M-PL-NOM
    `Do we seem suitable to you for that?' (Ter. And. 757)
Example #141:

    (678) Contra                 [proi      haecj                 invitasse               aut      instigasse                t j]   videnturj.
    on the contrary                this-N-PL-NOM/ACC     invite-INFIN-PERF       or       goad-INFIN-PERF                  see-3-PL-PASS
    `On the contrary, these things appear to have invited or incited [it/them].' (Lu
Example #142:

    Quid                 secundum?             Arare.            Quid                      tertium?            Stercorare.
    INTERROG-N-S-NOM     following-N-S-NOM     plough-INFIN      INTERROG-N-S-NOM          third-N-S-NOM       manure-INFIN
    Manuring.' (Cato, Agr., LXI)
Example #143:

    (691) Non        esti      [PROj     mentiri]i           meumi.
    not       be-3-S              lie-INFIN-DEPON     my-N-S-NOM
    `It is not my [habit, duty, ...] to lie.' (Ter. Heau. 549)