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Latin translation: pudet me

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English term or phrase:ashamed
Latin translation:pudet me
Entered by: Vidmantas Stilius
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12:15 Jun 25, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: ashamed
to be ashamed of someone or somthing

ie i am ashamed of you because you stole some sweets
tiger
pudet me
Explanation:
or me pudet

Some Latin grammar:

Genitive with Verbs of affect (Genitivus ad verba affectuum)

It is used to indicate the phenomenon arising the affection at impersonal verbs as:

piget it disgusts, irks, annoy
pudet it shames, make ashamed
taedet to be tired of, be sick of
paenitet it displeases, makes angry, offends, makes sorry
miseret me it grieves, it distresses for
Examples
Pudet me stultitiae meae. I am ashamed of my stupidity.
Me tui pudet. I am ashamed of you.
Me miseret. I pity.

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pudet me


Explanation:
or me pudet

Some Latin grammar:

Genitive with Verbs of affect (Genitivus ad verba affectuum)

It is used to indicate the phenomenon arising the affection at impersonal verbs as:

piget it disgusts, irks, annoy
pudet it shames, make ashamed
taedet to be tired of, be sick of
paenitet it displeases, makes angry, offends, makes sorry
miseret me it grieves, it distresses for
Examples
Pudet me stultitiae meae. I am ashamed of my stupidity.
Me tui pudet. I am ashamed of you.
Me miseret. I pity.

Hope it helps


    Reference: http://www.orbilat.com/Latin/Syntax/Syntax-Cases-Genitive.ht...
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