curremus
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
1 P FUT IND ACT
curro V  to run, move quickly, hasten
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: post PREP
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
curro, cucurrī, cursum, ere (currus, vgl. mhd. hurren, sich rasch bewegen), laufen, rennen, rennen u. jagen, im Laufe (auch zu Pferd, Wagen, Schiff) eilen, u. im Passiv curritur unpers. = man läuft, rennt, eilt (Ggstz. stare, ingredi, ire, ambulare, reptare u. vgl.), currens (miles), Ggstz. is (show full text)
post (viell. zu altindisch paçc hinten), hinten, hinter, I) Adv.: A) v. Raume = hinten, hintennach (Ggstz. ante), qui post erant, Cic.: ante aut post pugnare, Liv. – bei Verben der Bewegung = nach hinten zu, hinterwärts, post curvantur, Plin.: neque post respiciens neque ante prospiciens, Varro (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
curro, curro, cŭcurri (old form cĕcurri, acc. to Gell. 7, 9, 14: curri, Varr. Imp. ap. Front. Ep. 2 Mai; Tert. Fug. in Pers. 12; Arn. 4, 4), cursum, 3, v. n. kindr. with celer, coruscus, to run, to move quickly (on foot, on a horse, ship, etc.), (show full text)
post post (form poste, Enn. An. 235; Plaut. Most. 1, 3, 131; id. Stich. 2, 2, 56), adv. and prep. root pas-; Sanscr. pac-kas, behind; Gr. πύματος (for πόσματος ); Lat. pone, postremus. Adv. Of place, behind, back, backwards (class.): ante aut post, Liv. 22, (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
curro currō, cŭcurrī, cursum, currĕre, intr., courir : si ingrederis, curre, si curris, advola Cic. Att. 2, 23, 3, si tu es en marche, cours, si tu cours, vole ; currere subsidio Cic. Att. 12, 3, 2, courir au secours ; currere per flammam (show full text)
post post, adv. et prép. I adv. 1 [sens local] en arrière, derrière : servi, qui post erant Cic. Mil. 29, les esclaves qui étaient derrière ; curvari post Plin. 11, 249, se courber en arrière 2 [temporel] après, ensuite ; in præsentia... sed (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
curro curro, cucurri, cursum, ere 1) бегать, бежать (propere Ter; per invia saxa QC; lata via Prp, C); 2) спешить, поспешно ехать (in complexum alicujus C; domum Pl): c. alicui subsidio C спешить кому-л. на помощь; c. ad vocem O поспешно броситься на голос (туда, (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CURRO, (CURRERE) dicebantur, qui ob crimen aliquod per urbem traducebantur. Charta R. Abbatis Caroffensis ann. 1308. ex Regesto 2. Philippi Pulcri Regis Franc. num. 11. in Tabulario Regio: Item adulter et adultera, si deprehensi fuerint in adulterio, si inde factus fuerit clamor, vel per homines fide dignos convicti fuerint, (show full text)
CURRO, Scortator, ganeo. Glossar. Lat. Gall. ex Cod. reg. 7692: Curro, Lechierre. Vide infra Curuca 2.
CURRO,² (CURRERE) In usu esse, Gall. Avoir cours. Reg. Cam. Comput. Paris. sign. JJ. rub. ann. 1273. fol. 9. r°: Debent etiam quadraginta panes albos, de quibus qui plus Current per villam Burdegalensem.
CURRO,³ (CURRERE) dicitur de porcis, qui glandes pascuntur in silva. Vide Cursus 11.
POST NOMINA, dicebatur oratio quae post recitata offerentium vel mortuorum nomina fundebatur. Ordo officii Gothici inter Concil. Hispan. tom. 3. pag. 265: Hinc oratio tertia sequitur quam Post nomina vocamus, qua petitur a Deo ut pacem defunctis fidelibus impertiat. Vide Mabill. de Liturg. Gall. pag. 181. 218. et 221.
POST, Penes. Marculfus lib. 1. form. 26: Eo quod villam aliquam nuncupatam illam, quae ad eundem de parte illius pervenire debuerat, Post vos retineatis indebite, etc. Form. 28: Eo quod pagensis vester ille eidem terram suam, in loco nuncupante illo, per fortiam tulisset, et Post se retineat injuste, (show full text)
POST,² In. Paschasius Radbertus in Epitaphio Walae Abb. Corbeiensis lib. 1. cap. 16: A quibus cum suscepti essemus venerabiliter, ceperunt omnes Post Arsenium nostrum vultus intendere, eumque... circumvallare, etc.
POST,³ Ad. Invent. S. Bertini tom. 2. Sept. pag. 617. col. 2: Tunc Post vicedominum et castellanos et quosque majores cleri directo nuntio, ut nos omnes citi adeant, invito. Galli dicimus, Envoyer après quelqu'un. Post hos direxit, Ruodlieb. fr. 2. vers. 20. Mittere Post, ibid. vers. 128. 192. fr. (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)
curro curro, -ere, cucurri, cursum script.: curit |InOmG f.63v| 1 a celeriter ire, moveri, ferri (etiam equo, curru, navi), cursu certare – běžet, utíkat, spěchat (též na koni, na voze, na lodi, jet, plout), závodit: ascendimus equum ‹et› velociter (show full text)
post *ex post (expost) adv. [ cf. DuC III 376a] postea, deinde, serius – potom, pak, později: quoscumque...tempore sue pristine guerre captivos, et eciam e-t quocunque tempore...liberatos...liberabit |(1387) FormPal II 70|; nonnulli...de eis (canonicatu et prebenda) sibi provideri...fecerunt eadem die (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)
curro currāre, mlat., V.: Vw.: s. cūrāre
curro currere, curere, lat., V.: nhd. (show full text)
post post, poste (ält.), pos, lat., Adv., Präp.: nhd. hinten, hinter, hintennach, hernach, nachher, zuletzt, nach, später, seit, nächst, außer, gegenüber, gerichtet gegen, bei, neben, in den Händen von, in der Macht von, abgeordnet für, anstelle von; ÜG.: ahd. after B, Gl, I, MF, MH, N, O, (show full text)