|Latin to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: epigram|
|I need help translating one of Martial's epigrams.|
Martial 1, 63
Ut recitem tibi nostra rogas epigrammata. Nolo- non audire, Celer, sed recitare cupis!
|English translation:I'll give it a try|
You ask (rogas) that I recite to you our epigrams.
I don't want to, Celer, and you wish to recite (them) not to listen to them
Ut recitem= that I recite
tibi= to you
nostra epigrammata = our epigrams
rogas = you ask.
Nono = I don't want--
Cupis = you wish
non audire = not to listen to them
se recitare = but to recite them.
paola l m
(civis romanus sum)
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