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form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
atque CONJ  and
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: cor N:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
ac sī, s. atque.
ac, Conjunct., s. atque.
atque u. ac (letzteres in der klass. Sprache nur vor Konsonanten, s. Reisigs Vorll. § 234 u. [für Liv.] Drak. zu Liv. 3, 16, 4), Coni. (aus ad-que, dah. in Hand- u. Inschr. zuw. auch adque geschr.; vgl. Osann zu Cic. de rep. 1, 7, 12. p. 31. (show full text)
cor, cordis, n. (griech. καρδία, κηρ gotisch haírtō), I) das Herz, 1) eig.: pulsus cordis, Herzschlag, Mart. Cap.: cor pilis refertum, dicht behaartes Val. Max.: pulmoni cor annexum est, naturā musculosum, in pectore sub sinisteriore mamma situm; duosque quasi ventriculos habet, Cels.: num igitur censes ullum animal, quod (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
ac, ac, conj., v. atque.
AC, AC, a Latin root, denoting () sharp and () quick, kindred with the Greek ἄκρος and ὠκ-ύς, Sanscr. ācu (= celeriter). Hence the Latin acer, acies, acuo, acus, acutus, aquila, accipiter, acupedius (prob. also equus), ocior, and oculus.
atque atque or āc (atque is used before vowels and consonants, ac, in class. lang., only before consonants; v. infra, I.), conj. [at has regularly in the compound atque a continuative, as in atqui it has an adversative force; pr. and further, and besides, and also; cf. in (show full text)
cor cor (ŏ, e. g. Ov. Tr. 5, 8, 28; id. P. 1, 3, 32), cordis (gen. plur. cordium, Vulg. Jer. 4, 4, and 1 Cor. 4, 5; acc. to Fragm. Bob. Nom. et Pron. p. 132, also cordum, but without example), n. kindr. with Sanscr. hrid; Gr. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
ac ac, v. atque.
atque atquĕ, ac devant les consonnes ; [écrit souvent adque dans les mss] et en plus de cela. ¶ I conjonction copulative : 1 [ajoute un second terme qui enchérit] et en outre, et même (= et quidem) : jube prandium accurarier... ; atque actutum Pl. Men. 208, dis (show full text)
cor cŏr, cordis, n. (gr. καρδία), 1 cœur [viscère] : Cic. Div. 1, 119 ; Cels. Med. 4, 1 || estomac : Hor. S. 2, 3, 28 2 [fig.] : a) [poét.] corda = animi : Lucr. 3, 894, etc. ; [en parl. de pers.] (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
ac ac (перед согласными, кроме h) и atque conj. 1) и, а также, и потом: una atque eadem persona C одно и то же лицо; hebeti ingenio atque nullo C тупоумный, а то и совсем лишённый ума; huic inimicissimus fuisse atque esse dicebat C он заявил (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
AC SI, formula frequens in subscriptionibus: v. gr. in Actis Episcopor. Cenoman. pag. 204: Landobertus Ac si peccator Episcopus hoc privilegium subscripsi. Ita alii Episcopi in ead. Charta, et aliis passim. Graeci hodie τάχα eodem ferme sensu praeponere solent. Vid. Gloss. med. Graecit. in hac voce. Mabillon. de re (show full text)
COR, Medium cujusvis rei. Ordericus Vitalis lib. 10. pag. 767: Tyrum opulentam urbem, in Corde maris sitam, per mare obsedit. Adde pag. 849. 856. Καρδίαι θαλάσσης, apud Nicetam pag. 292. Formulae Mss. ex Cod. reg. 7657. fol. 40. v°: Ex quibus ictibus dictus talis percussus vulneratus extitit quatuor ictibus,... (show full text)
COR,² Quercus. Charta Petri de Roteys vicarii Tolosae ad Bajulos de conditione materiae ann. 1272. ex Codice MS. Consuetud. urbis Tolosae fol. 27. e Bibl. D. de Crozat: Requirimus... quatenus amodo faciatis fieri per Magistros et carpentarios vestros... fustas bonas et pulchras et de legitimis peciellis; videlicet quod Peytrales (show full text)
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
cor a) Herz im allgemeinen Sinne des Wortes: ex corde, sive spiritualiter hoc accipiatur, sive corporaliter, th. II. II. 44. 5 ob. 2. Eine Art des cor in diesem Sinne ist das cor corporale (ib. c) = das körperliche Herz. b) Herz im eigentlichen Sinne des Wortes: non enim (show full text)
Latinitatis medii aevi lexicon Bohemorum (thanks to the Centre for Classical Studies at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (www.ics.cas.cz/en)) (2017)
ac ac v. at, atque, hic
atque atque et ac partic. script.: adque |(1272) DocLit 354| metr.: āc |PetrZittChron 11a| et, etiam – a, i, a též, k tomu ještě: ac a |ClarG1 1490|; atque y |LexClemB (show full text)
cor cor, cordis, n. script.: -dys (gen. sg.) |VitaAgn 147| 1 a pars corporis humani et animalium, καρδία – srdce: cor srdcze |ClarGl 1308| b (show full text)
Köbler, Gerhard, Lateinisches Abkunfts- und Wirkungswörterbuch für Altertum und Mittelalter (thanks to the author, http://www.koeblergerhard.de/Mittellatein-HP/VorwortMlat-HP.htm) (2010)
ac ac, hac, lat., Konj.: nhd. und, noch, als, wie, auch, sogar; ÜG.: ahd. afur N, inti Gl, MF, MNPs, joh B, Gl, MH, N, jouh Gl; ÜG.: anfrk. in MNPs; ÜG.: ae. and GlArPr, þanne Gl; ÜG.: an. ok; ÜG.: mhd. also BrTr, ode BrTr, unde (show full text)
atque atque, adque, acque, lat., Konj.: nhd. und dazu, und auch, und, als, mehr als, oder, nämlich, dass doch; ÜG.: ahd. giwisso N, inti B, C, Gl, MH, N, OG, ja Gl, joh B, Gl, I, MH, N, RhC, odo OG, ouh Gl, wola N; ÜG.: as. (show full text)
cor cor, lat., N.: nhd. Herz, Seele, Gemüt, Stimmung, Gesinnung, Mut, Geist, Sinn, Verstand, Einsicht, Gedanke, Gedächtnis, Erinnerung, Wunsch, Wille, Magen (M.), Kern; ÜG.: as. briost H, herta H, PA, SPs, SPsWit, hugi H, hugiskaft H, mod H, (modgithaht) H; ÜG.: anfrk. herta MNPs; ÜG.: ae. heorte (show full text)
Neulateinische Wortliste (NLW), Johann Ramminger (www.neulatein.de/ version 09.2018, thanks to the author!)
atque, adv . – auch, zugleich ( = etiam): WEINREICH aerar p.1236 Qui Palaestinam subigit, domat atque Canitas (Canita = Kananäer ). Lexicographica: TLL*