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Vulgate Verses 26: Latin

 

319. (John 10:38) In me est Pater et ego in Patre.

320. (Hosea 13:4) Salvator non est praeter me.

321. (Isaiah 45:5) Ego Dominus et non est amplius; extra me non est deus.

322. (Isaiah 44:6) Ego primus et ego novissimus, et absque me non est deus.

323. (John 16:32) Non sum solus quia Pater mecum est.

324. (Matt. 12:30) Qui non est mecum, contra me est.

325. (Jer. 10:19) Vae mihi.

326. (Susanna 22) Angustiae mihi undique.

327. (Heb. 13:6) Dominus mihi adiutor.

328. (Song of Sol. 6:3) Ego dilecto meo et dilectus meus mihi.

329. (Mark 5:9) Legio nomen mihi est quia multi sumus.

330. (Acts 7:49) Caelum mihi sedis est; terra autem scabillum pedum meorum.

 

Study Guide

 

319. The verb is implied in the second portion: in me est Pater et ego (sum) in Patre.

320. This is an existential use of the verb est which can be translated into English as, "there is" (non est, "there is not").

321. The verb is implied in the first portion: ego (sum) Dominus.

322. The verb is implied in the first portion: ego (sum) primus et ego (sum) novissimus. In addition to meaning "newest," novissimus can also mean "latest," (as we talk about the "latest fashion") or "last."

323. The word mecum is the same as the prepositional phrase cum me.

324. See Verse #323 for mecum. The antecedent of the relative pronoun is the implied subject of the verb est.

325. The exclamation vae takes the dative.

326. This verse is from the apocryphal additions to the book of Daniel, telling the story of Susanna and the Elders. The verb is implied but not expressed: angustiae (sunt) mihi undique.

327. The verb is implied but not expressed: Dominus (est) mihi adiutor.

328. The verbs are implied but not expressed: Ego (sum) dilecto meo et dilectus meus (est)mihi. These datives express possession.

329. The dative mihi expresses possession. In the second part of the verse, multi is a predicate adjective.

330. The dative mihi expresses possession. In the second portion, the verb is implied but not expressed: terra autem (est) scabillum pedum meorum. The word autem is a postpositive particle, in second position in its clause.

 

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