The poem, ludo cum Caecilia, which comes next in order, is one of the most perfect specimens of Goliardic writing.
ludo, as a lieutenant, had a position in society, while I was yet a schoolboy.
Another man said that he had seen an old print of the game in a shop, but he thought it was called ludo.
Afterwards he amplified this into his book, Liber de ludo Aleæ.
Yet their number was not very large, and ludo, our most intimate friends, and I never joined them.
Paula was my senior by three years; Ludwig, or ludo—he was called by his nickname all his life—by a year and a half.
ludo autem et ioco uti illo quidem licet, sed sicut somno et quietibus ceteris tum, cum gravibus seriisque rebus satis fecerimus.
My brother had brought his nickname with him, and everybody called him ludo instead of Ludwig.
ludo was learning to play on the piano, but I had chosen another instrument.
ludo, who was a year and a half older, was instructed in the art.