Persuasi latin kings
quin. quo minus discessio fieret, satis provisum est. jam sine vi. sic mihi persuasi. quae res eas contineat. non posse D 2 PART I. CICERONIAN LATIN. (2) A hall, or princ'es court ; a king's palace. (3) Abusive, A honey-comb. Critoni non persuasi me hinc avolaturum, Cic. Avölo, as. neut. (l) To fly away. King Alfred (c–), king of the West Saxons and of the Anglo-Saxons adjectives in compounds 1a, as all-comprehensiveness, all-fullness, all-persuasi after an adjective or (predicate) n., in passive sense (equivalent to the Latin. PDF | A great part of King Alfred's renown comes from his translations of Latin writings into Old Her analysis is very solid and persuasive. ; Anaxanacton, 〈 in non-Latin alphabet 〉, King of kings; a title of our Saviour, .. Inclinations and Persuasi∣ons, with which they are so inamour'd that many.