I could use a little help with parsing the second verse of this famous Advent hymn:
Veni, O Sapientia,
Quae hic disponis omnia,
Veni, viam prudentiae,
Ut doceas et gloriae.
I have the following three doubts:
Quae: Is this feminine and nominative, taking the place of "Sapientia"? Or, is neuter and accusative, paired with "omnia"?
hic: I am lost here.
viam: This appears to be accusative, but I cannot imagine why it is not nominative/vocative given that choice was made for "Sapientia" in the first line.