amorem
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amor N  love, affection, strong friendly feeling
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: cornu|cornus N:abl
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
amor, ōris, m. (v. Stamm AM, wovon auch amo u. amicus), die Liebe aus Neigung u. Leidenschaft (Ggstz. odium; hingegen caritas = die »Liebe aus Achtung, Ehrfurcht, Bewunderung usw.«; vgl. Cic. part. or. 16 u. 88), konstr. mit in, erga, adversus, od. m. obj. Genet., I) (show full text)
cornū, ūs u. (selten) ū, n., selten cornum, ī, n. u. cornus, ūs, m. (altind. çŕnga -m, keltisch karn, griech. κέρας, gotisch haúrn), das Horn, I) eig.: A) am tierischen Körper: 1) das Horn am Kopfe vierfüßiger Tiere, im Plur. deutsch auch das Gehörn, (show full text)
cornus,¹ ūs, m. s. cornu.
cornus,² ī, f. (κράνον, κράνεια), I) der (mit hornhartem Holze versehene Kornelkirschbaum (Cornus mascula, L.), Verg. georg. 2, 448. Col. 5, 7, 1. Plin. 16, 103 u. 105. – Nbf. cornus, ūs, f., Abl. cornu, Varro r. r. 3, 16, 22. Plin. 16, 228 u. 17, 201. (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
amor ămor (old form ămŏs, like honos, labos, colos, etc., Plaut. Curc. 1, 2, 2; v. Neue, Formenl. I. p. 170), ōris, m. amo, love (to friends, parents, etc.; and also in a low sense; hence in gen., like amo, while caritas, like diligere, is esteem, regard, etc.; (show full text)
cornu, cornū, ūs (so Caes. B. C. 3, 68 Dint.; Luc. 7, 217; Plin. 28, 11, 46, § 163 et saep.; Curt. 4, 12, 11 al.; ū in the connection cornu bubuli and cornu cervini; also Cael. Aur. Tard. 3, 5, 76; Veg. Art. Vet. 1, 20, 1 (show full text)
cornus, cornus, i, f. (cornus, ūs, f., Sil. 4, 552; Stat. Th. 7, 647), a cornel cherry-tree: Cornus mascula, Linn.; Plin. 16, 25, 42, § 103 sq.; Verg. G. 2, 448; Col. 5, 7, 1 al. Meton., a javelin made of cornelwood, Verg. A. 9, 698; (show full text)
Cornus, Cornus, i, f., a city on the western coast of Sardinia, Liv. 23, 40, 5 sq.
cornus,² cornus, ūs, v. cornu init.
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
amor ămŏr, ōris, m., 1 amour, affection : in aliquem Cic. Fl. 105 ; erga aliquem Cic. Pis. 76 ; alicujus Cic. Att. 1, 13, 5, affection pour qqn ; amor in patriam Cic. Fl. 103 ; patriæ Cic. (show full text)
cornu cornu, gén. cornūs Cæs. C. 3, 68 et cornū Cels. Med. 5, 22, 2, n., 1 corne des animaux : Virg. B. 3, 87 ; G. 3, 232 2 [en gén, tout objet dont la substance ressemble à la corne, ou qui a (show full text)
cornu copia cornu cōpia, æ, f. [mieux que cornucopia] corne d'abondance : Pl. Ps. 671 ; cf. Hor. O. 1, 17, 16.
Cornus,⁴ 4 Cornus, ī, f., ville de Sardaigne : Liv. 23, 40, 5.
cornus,¹ 1 cornŭs, ūs, m., Cic. Nat. 2, 149 ; Prisc. Gramm. 6, 77, c. cornu.
cornus,² 2 cornus, ī, f., cornouiller : Virg. G. 2, 448 ; Col. Rust. 5, 7, 1 || [fig.] javelot, lance : Virg. En. 9, 698.
cornus,³ 3 cornŭs, ūs, f., Varro R. 3, 16, 22 ; Plin. 16, 228 ; Sil. 4, 550 ; Stat. Th. 7, 647, c. cornus 2.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
cornu cornu, us (редко Q; dat. тж. u C etc.) n 1) рог (cornua boum Cs, arietis Vr, C, hirci V, cervi Vr): cornua amittere PM сбрасывать рога (об оленях); irasci in c. V в ярости устремить рога (на кого-л.); cornua obvertere alicui или vertere (tollere (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
AMOR, Amores canere, Amatorias cantiones (uti vocantur a S. Hieronymo Epist. 17.) cantare. Commodianus Instr. 34: Bellatur ibi, dein cantatur pro Psalmis Amor. Et instr. 60: Saltatis in domibus, pro Psalmis cantatis Amores.
AMOR,² Consensus. Consuetudo Comitatus Bigorrae: Nemo Militum terrae castellum sibi audeat facere sine Amore Comitis. Id est, sine illius consensu et voluntate. Dies Amoris, in Fleta lib. 6. cap. 14. § 18: Si autem post defaltam capiatur Dies Amoris prece partium, vel transferatur loquela ab uno judice ad alium, (show full text)
AMOR,³ Capitul. 3. ann. 813. cap. 25: Quicquid in Amore in alterum furatum habent, in duos geldos componere faciat. Cap. 26: Quicquid in Amore Fresiones injuste tulerint, etc.
AMOR,⁵ Officium, munus, obsequium, Gall. Office, service, plaisir. Charta Hugonis de Castell. ann. 1220. in Chartul. Campan. ex Cod. reg. 5993. fol. 52. r°: Blancha comitissa Trecensis volens domino Guidoni fratri meo et michi facere gratiam et Amorem, concessit nobis ut in foresta sua de Maant... capiamus singulis diebus (show full text)
CORNU, Vas quo bibitur. Cornibus usos veteres ante pocula observat Scholiastes Homeri ad Iliad. Θ. πρὸ τοῦ γὰρ εὑρεθῆναι τὴν τῶν ποτηρίων χρῆσιν, εἰς ϰέρας ἔπινον. Vide auctorem Etymologici in Κεράσαι. Corneus scyphus, apud Saxonem lib. 7. et Ordericum Vitalem lib. 5. Scyphus cum Cornu et argento, in Testamento (show full text)
CORNU,⁴ pro Charta seu Scriptura accipi videtur apud Kennettum Antiquit. Ambrosden. pag. 73. ad ann. 1091: Willi antecessores ante conquestum Angliae tenuerunt jure haereditario terram, boscum et ballivam praedictas de Domino Rege per unum Cornu, quod est Charta praedictae forestae, et per servitium reddendi Domino Regi pro terra praedicta (show full text)
CORNU,⁸ Vox in hac notione nota. Carmen de Curia Romana. v. Femina si qua suo quaesivit Cornua sponso.Occurrit eadem notione apud Joan. Berberium in Viatoriis utriusque Juris part. 1. Rubrica de adulteris. Vide Etymolog. D. de Caseneuve ad vocem Cornard. Hinc cornua ad domum alicujus affigere, injuriae reputabantur. Statuta (show full text)
CORNU,⁷ Instrumentum, quo aegris jumentis medicina seu potio in os infunditur. S. Gregor. in Vita S. Benedicti cap. 30: Quadam die dum ad B. Johannis Oratorium, quod in ipsa montis celsitudine situm est, pergeret, ei antiquus hostis in mulo-medici specie obviam factus est, Cornu et tripedicam ferens.
CORNU,⁶ Extremitas vestis in acumen desinens. Statuta Ecclesiae Andegav. num. 16: Prohibemus... ne quis seu aliqua in vestimentis caudas et Cornua, coleratas reversas manicas.... habere et deferre... praesumat. Inventar. S. Capellae Paris. ann. 1376. ex Bibl. reg.: Et etiam deficiunt super duo Cornua mitrae duo lapides de vitro perforati. (show full text)
CORNU,⁹ Mensurae species. Inventar. ann. 1491. inter Probat. tom. 4. Hist. Nem. pag. 55. col. 1: Item una grossa de argento,... longitudinis septem Cornibus sive palmis. Vide Palmus. Cornu Altaris. Honorius Augustod. lib. 1. cap. 60. de templi dedicatione agens: Post haec quatuor Cornua altaris signavit, dum quatuor mundi (show full text)
CORNU,³ Atramentarium. Ugutio: Calmarium, Cornu quo tenetur incaustum. Willel. Brito in Vocab.: Atramentarium dicitur vas in quo reponitur atramentum, Cornu etiam scriptoris. Nostris Cornet. Charta Hervei D. de Stafford tom. 1. Monastici Angl. pag. 559: Testibus his .... et Ilberto Vicecomite, et ipso domino Radulfo testante, qui tenuit Cornu (show full text)
CORNU,⁵ Vas Ecclesiasticum. Chronicon Fontanellense cap. 14: Urceos Alexandrinos cum aquamanilibus duos, Cornu fabricatum unum, etc. Hugo Flaviniacensis in Chronico pag. 167: Capsam auream insignitam reliquiis 12. Apostolorum, et Cornua 2. eburnea identidem reliquiis conferta. Charta Ethelstani Regis in Monastico Anglic. tom. 1. pag. 40: Quatuor magnas campanas, et (show full text)
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
amor a) Liebe, der Gegensatz zu odium (←): amor est in concupiscibili (← sub b), th. I. II. 26. 1 a; primus enim motus voluntatis et cuiuslibet appetitivae virtutis est amor, ib. I. 20. 1 c; vgl. ib. I. II. 26. 1 c; est autem amor prima et communis (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)
amor amor, -oris, m. 1 dilectio – láska: a-r mylost sit |ClarGl 1355|; a-r libe, milost |KNM II F 4 f.18r| + c. praep. ad (cf. ThLL I 1969,61): vi a-is ad ipsum maritum suum (show full text)
cornu cornu, -us et (raro) -u, n., raro cornum, -i, n. et cornus, -us, m. form.: -ubus (abl.pl.; cf. ThLL IV 963,6) |LaurBrzezHist 477| 1 a κέρας (show full text)
cornus 2. cornus v. 1. conus, cornu, corvus
cornus 1. cornus, -i, f. form.: cer-, -nea v. infra 1 Cornus mas L. – dřín: c-nea dryen |HerbE 392| + 2 Crataegus L. – hloh: c-us hloh (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)
amor amor, lat., M.: nhd. Liebe (F.) (1), Liebesgott, Liebling, Geliebter, Geliebte, Freund, Geneigtheit, Sympathiebezeugung, Freundschaftsdienst, Wertschätzung, Freude, Eifer, Liebhaberei, Sehnsucht, Verlangen, Lust, Wunsch, Bruderkuss, Belieben, Gutdünken; mlat.-nhd. Liebesbrief, Gunst eines Fürsten, gütliche Beilegung eines Streites, Belieben; ÜG.: ahd. gerno N, gilust Gl, NGl, giminni Gl, (huor) (show full text)
cornu cornū, lat., N.: nhd. Horn, Gehörn, Geweih, Blashorn, Laterne, Ölgefäß, Trichter, Trinkhorn, Becher, Segelstange, Knopf, Flügel, äußerstes Ende, Spitze, Ecke, Jochfortsatz des Stirnbeins, Arm, Querbalken; mlat.-nhd. Kraft, Übermut, Amt, Gewandzipfel, Altarecke, Querschiff, Spitzwegerich; ÜG.: ahd. blashorn Gl, (bukkilon) N, festi? Gl, giwalt Gl, N, horn Gl, (show full text)
cornus,¹ cornus (1), lat., M.: nhd. Horn, Gehörn, Geweih; Vw.: s. capri-, nāri-; E.: s. cornū; L.: Georges 1, 1698, TLL
cornus,² cornus (2), chornus, lat., F.: nhd. Kornelkirschbaum, Kornelkirsche; ÜG.: ahd. arlizboum Gl, (erila) Gl, (gisterkida) Gl, hagandorn Gl, (hasal) Gl, hornboum Gl, kienboum? Gl, kornella Gl, kornul Gl, kurniboum Gl, kurnilboum Gl, (lerihboum) Gl, linboum Gl, tirn Gl, tirnboum Gl; ÜG.: mhd. erlboum Gl, (gesterkede) Gl, (show full text)
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Coriosopitum u. Curiosopitum, Cornu Galliae Quimper, St., Frankr. (Finistère).
Cornu Galliae 1. s. Curiosopitum. --- 2. Churwalden, D., Schweiz (Graubunden);
Curiosopitum s. Coriosopitum.