Uses of Ultrā
Origin of Ultrā
originally an ablative singular of the adjective ulter, beyond
Summary of Use
Ultrā takes an accusative; it may be translate it beyond, on the other side
- They live on this side of the Po and beyond: cis Padum ultrāque vīvant.
- She counted more than that number: ultrā eum numerum numerāvit.
- She dares the incredible: audet quem ultrā fidem.
- Her ways are immoderate: modī ultrā modum sunt.
The Essential AG: 221.28
Famous Phrase: nōn plus ultrā (beyond which there is nothing)
[a superlative; e.g. the Pillars of Heracles were the nōn plus ultrā of the ancient West]