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Lesson xlix: Ablative of respect. What does “RESPECT” mean?. a particular, detail, or point (usually preceded by in ): to differ in some respect . relation or reference: inquiries with respect to a route . . Ablative of Respect Examples. Equī et hominēs nōn sunt parēs celeritāte .

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what does respect mean
What does “RESPECT” mean?
  • a particular, detail, or point (usually preceded by in ): to differ in some respect.
  • relation or reference: inquiries with respect to a route.
ablative of respect examples
Ablative of Respect Examples
  • Equī et hominēsnōnsuntparēsceleritāte.
    • Horses and men are not equal in swiftness.
  • Puereratvirfactīs.
    • The boy was a man in deeds (with respect to his deeds).
  • Numerō, non animō, superāmur.
    • We are surpassed in number, not in courage.
ablative of respect notes
Ablative of Respect Notes
  • The ablative specifies the respect in which the meaning of an adjective, a noun, or a verb is true. It often sets limits.
  • No preposition is used in Latin, but in English we use the preposition in or with/in respect to.
  • Answers the questions: in what respect? In what specific way? How?
  • Ex.: Equī et hominēsnōnsuntparēsceleritāte.
    • Horses and men are not equal in swiftness.
practice sentences
Practice Sentences
  • Puerīparēsceleritāteerant.
  • Rex nōmineerat.
  • Amicīnostrīhostēsvirtūtesuperant.
ablative of respect
Ablative of Respect
  • Brutus eratamīcusCaesaris.
  • Amīcuseratnōminesednōnfactīs.
ablative of respect1
Ablative of Respect
  • Firmuses.
  • Sententiīstuīsfirmuses.
ablative of respect2
Ablative of Respect
  • Is et ea suntparēs.
  • Annīsparēssunt, sednequediligentiānequefamā.