cum
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
cum PREP  with, together with, in the company of, in connection with, along with, together, and
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: mitto V:IND
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
cum,¹ (altl. quom), Coni. (ein alter Acc. gen. neutr. von qui), I) zu Angabe der Zeit, A) im allg.: 1) wenn, als, is qui non defendit iniuriam, cum potest, iniuste facit, Cic.: bes. mit vorausgehendem tum, tunc, nunc, iam, od. einem die Zeit bestimmenden Substant., wie tempus, annus, (show full text)
cum,² Praep. m. Abl. (auf Inschrn. auch cun u. con u. quom, in Hdschrn. auch quom geschr.) = ξύν od. σύν, mit, samt, nebst, nicht ohne (Ggstz. sine), zuw. verb. unā cum, simul cum (s. unā u. simul), zusammen mit, zugleich mit, I) im Raume: a) (show full text)
mitto, mīsī, missum, ere, gehen-, laufen lassen, u. zwar in doppelter Beziehung, sowohl = »gehen-, laufen machen (faire aller)«, als auch »zulassen, daß etw. geht, läuft (laisser aller)«, I) gehen-, laufen lassen = schicken, senden, A) im allg.: 1) eig.: α) lebende Objj.: quo mittis istanc, (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
Cum Cum (ante-class. quom; freq. in MSS. of Cicero; the post-class. form quum is incorrectly given in many MSS. and edd.), conj. [pronom. stem ka- or kva- with acc. case ending]. Of time, when, as, while, sometimes = after, since. In adverbial clauses dependent on non-preterite (show full text)
cum cum (archaic form COM, found in an inscr., COM PREIVATVD; in MSS. sometimes quom or quum), prep. with abl. [for skom, Sanscr. root sak, together; cf. sequor, and Gr. κοινός, σὐν ], designates in gen. accompaniment, community, connection of one object with another (opp. sine, separatim, etc.), (show full text)
mitto, mitto, mīsi, missum, 3 (contr. form, misti for misisti, Cat. 14, 14: archaic inf. pass. mittier, Plaut. Capt. 2, 3, 78), v. a. etym. dub.; cf. Sanscr. math-, to set in motion, to cause to go, let go, send, to send off, despatch, etc. In gen.: (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
cum,¹ 1 cum, prép. [gouvernant l'abl.], avec : 1 [idée d'accompagnement, de société] : habitare cum aliquo Cic. Att. 14, 20, 4, habiter avec qqn ; vagari cum aliquo Cic. Att. 8, 2, 3, errer avec qqn ; habere rem cum aliquo Cæs. G. (show full text)
cum,² 2 cum (quom) conj. (ancien acc. relatif, adverbialisé), de sens temporel, construite avec l'indic. ; avec le subj. le sens temporel s'efface ; la subordonnée prend une valeur subjective avec des nuances diverses. A [emploi relatif] : I indic., 1 [constr. archaïques] : istuc sapienter fecit, quom... dedit (show full text)
mitto mittō, mīsī, missum, ĕre, tr., deux sens principaux suivant qu'il y a ou non activité du sujet : faire aller, partir, etc., ou laisser aller, partir, etc. I 1 envoyer : aliquem, aliquid ad aliquem, envoyer qqn, qqch. à qqn : Cic. Br. 55 ; Fam. (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
mitto mitto, misi, missum, ere 1) бросать, метать, кидать, швырять (tela tormentis Cs; lapides funda L; tesseram H, O; fulmina inimica alicui rei H; aliquid in faciem alicujus Pt); свергать, сбрасывать (aliquem, aliquid ex, ab и de aliqua re): corpus saltu ad terram m. V спрыгнуть (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CUM, Coram, apud. Greg. Turon. lib. 7. Hist. cap. 15: Nectarium autem, Baudegisili fratrem, nefandis accusationibus Cum rege tentavit obruere.
CUM,⁴ Apud. Chronic. Moissiac. ad ann. 809: Saxones venerunt ultra Albiam et fregerunt ibi unam civitatem Cum nostris Hwinidis, qui appellantur Semelding, Connoburg. Vide Pertz. Scriptor. tom. 2. pag. 448. not. 24. et pag. 596. not. 15.
CUM,² pro Ab, ex, apud eumd. Greg. ibid. lib. 8. cap. 43: Cives Cum homine obtinere non queunt, ut saltem vel celebrata solemnitate paschali discutiatur. Mirac. S. Nicetae tom. 4. Sept. pag. 8. col. 1: Mulier, nomine Maria, habens oculum dextrum quasi evulsum de loco suo, nihil Cum eo (show full text)
CUM,³ Accusativo alligatum pro ablativo, in Epist. Sigeberti reg. tom. 1. Febr. pag. 232. col. 2: Ignoramus in quo loco una Cum reliquos fratres et comprovinciales vestros debeatis conjungere.
MITTO, (MITTARE) Litterae Guidonis Comit. Nivern. inter Ordinat. Reg. Franc. tom. 3. pag. 119: Quotiens baillivum vel praepositum, aut aliud mandatum nostrum de Nivern. Mittaverimus, ipsos jurare faciemus, quod omnia praemissa per suum juramentum observent, etc. Si mendum non est pro instituerimus vel ordinaverimus, hic Mittare ejusdem significationis est (show full text)
MITTO, (MITTERE) Permittere. Paulus PP. in Epistola ad Pipinum: Et Mittat Deus ut semen vestrum usque in finem mundi fruatur, etc.
MITTO,⁴ (MITTERE) Instituere, introducere. Chron. S. Petri Vivi tom. 2. Spicileg. Acher. pag. 744: Consuetudines pravas, injustas et malas, quas Galduinus in ea Miserat, et Rainardo Comiti sua inertia Mittere siverat, omnes ad nihilum magna vi et potentia redegit (Mainardus.) Mittere Se in aliquo per convenientiam, De re aliqua (show full text)
MITTO,⁶ (MITTERE) Contribuere, conferre. Lit. Matild. comit. Nivern. ann. 1223. tom. 6. Ordinat. reg. Franc. pag. 422. art. 15: Homo qui non habuit uxorem et est bachelarius, quamdiu in illo statu erit et hospicium tenebit, reddet annuatim quinque solidos de censa,.... et ad negotia communitatis Mittet, sicut et uxorati. (show full text)
MITTO,² (MITTERE) Ponere. Lactantius de Mortib. persecutor. n. 2: Per omnes provincias et civitates Ecclesiae fundamenta Miserunt. Ubi idem scriptor l. 4. Instit. cap. 20: Discipuli vero per provincias dispersi fundamenta Ecclesiae ubique posuerunt. Ita usurpant passim Agrimensores, quorum locos indicavit Rigaltius. Capitul. Caroli C. tit. 16. cap. 5: (show full text)
MITTO,³ (MITTERE) nude pro Tradere, in possessionem mittere, instituere, in Chartario Celsinianensi a Mabill. Diplom. lib. 2. cap. 28. n. 8. laudato: Et in hac eleemosyna Mitto D. Amblardum Archiep. Lugdunensem, et D. Stephanum Arvernensem Episc. ut partem habeant, etc. Ibidem: Pro filio meo Willelmo, quem monachum Mitto in (show full text)
MITTO,⁵ (MITTERE) Induere, Gall. Mettre. Paulus Warnefrid. lib. 4. de Gestis Lang. cap. 23: Coeperunt osis uti, super quas equitantes tybrugos byrreos Mittebant. Mittere-Manum, Gall. Mettremain, Dolia terebrare, Mettre en perce. Statuta Avenion. MSS.: Ne tabernarii Mittant-manum antequam vocaverint bannerios.
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)
cum 1. cum (quom) coniunct. form.: com |(1406) TabMorO 251a|; qum |(s. XIV) ArchZnoym II 307 f.3v|; quum |(1409) ScriptHus II 120| 1 a (show full text)
cum 2. cum praep. c. abl. form.: con (cf. Georges I 1797) |BrevPrzel 105| a coniunctionem cum re vel cum persona, comitatum designat – s, předložka vyjadřující spojení, doprovod b temporis aequalitatem exprimit – zároveň s (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)
cum,¹ cum (1), con, com, cun, quom (ält.), lat., Präp.: nhd. mit, samt, nebst, nicht ohne, zusammen mit, zugleich mit, in, bei, gleichzeitig mit, unmittelbar nach, unter, zu, im Beisein, wie, demgemäß, demnach, als, aus, durch, für, um, vor, um, an; ÜG.: ahd. bit Gl, (eban) B, (show full text)
cum,² cum (2), quum, lat., Konj.: nhd. (show full text)
mitto mittere, lat., V.: nhd. (show full text)