In a distich accompanying an Agnus Dei in the church of St. Pudentiana at Rome, both characters are ascribed to Our Lord: Hic agnus mundum restaurat sanguine lapsum, Mortuus et vivus idem sum, pastor et agnus.
I shall wait for the move of Afranius and Petreius: for Labienus is a Page 104 Hic tu in me illud desideras.
Thus, in the land beyond the grave, are ever two impalpable and spiritual hosts--the things to be, the things that have been!
The invalid senator was too grave and too infirm for the proper fulfilment of his duty; the aedile Pansa was adequate enough to the task: but then, to choose the next in official rank to the senator, was an affront to the senator himself.
Then wrapping himself in a light robe, he returned once more to the tepidarium, where he found Glaucus, who had not encountered the sudatorium; and now, the main delight and extravagance of the bath commenced.
An agreeable provision enough, but one which must often have offended those who wished to be thought still young.
I usually serve, the smallest egg-pan holds fifty, if need be!
She passed the portico, and paused at the flowers which bordered the garden.
If I thus fulfilled my object with Apaecides, what was my design for Ione?
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "hic" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.