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  • id. ib. 2, 1, 30: amator mulierum, id. Men. 2, 1, 43: Philocomasio amator (dat. for Philocomasii), id. Mil. 5, 38: adulter an amator, Cic. Cael. 20: aliud
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  • ἀμάτωρ (redirect from amátōr)
    αμάτωρ Capitals: ΑΜΑΤΩΡ Transliteration A: amátōr Transliteration B: amatōr Transliteration C: amator Beta Code: a)ma/twr
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  • etwas: amans, amicus, amator alcis rei (ebenfalls mit dem Untersch., daß der amans u. amicus bloß Neigung, Liebe zu etwas hat, der amator hingegen diese Neigung
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  • Geliebte, der, amatus. dilectus. od. umschr. is quem amo oder diligo (übh.). – amator (Liebhaber, w. s.). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • [2] Buhle, die, s. Buhldirne. Buhle, der, amator. – adulter (Ehebrecher). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • – litigiosus. cupidus litium (prozeßsüchtig). – cupidus rixae. rixarum amator. ad rixam prom ptus (hadersüchtig); verb. cupidus litium et rixae. * Look
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  • quae res indicabat populares esse). – hospes (Gastfreund). – studiosus, amator, amans alcis od. alcis rei (der seine Neigung jmdm. od. einer Sache zugewendet
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  • friedlich, pacis amans od. amator (friedliebend). – pacatus (zum Frieden gebracht, von einer bereits eroberten Provinz; dann übh. nicht mehr feindlich
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  • friedfertig, pacis amans od. amator. pacis cupidus (friedliebend). – placidus (ruhig u. friedsam, z.B. Charakter, mores). – placabilis (leicht zu besänftigen)
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  • B. jener M. der Dedenkzeit, ille deliberator: ein M. des Friedens, pacis amator (als friedliebender Mann); pacifica persona (als ein Mann, der die Rolle
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  • facile et quam fortunate evenit illi, obsecro, mulieri, quam liberare volt amator, Plaut. Epid. 243: bene et f. vivere, Plaut. mil. 706: semper feliciter
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  • ad loc.: ultro istunc, qui exossat homines! id. Am. 1, 1, 164: ultro te amator apage te a dorso meo, id. Cas. 2, 8, 23.—    B To denote that which is or
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  • persons. old, aged: senectus, hoary, Cat. 108, 1: anilitas, id. 61, 162: amator, Tib. 1, 8, 29: cana veritas, venerable, Varr. ap. Non. p. 243, 1: Fides
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  • einen Knoten zusammenschnüren, einschnüren, fesseln, collum laqueo nodatus amator, Ov. rem. 17: punicēa nudatum pectora pallā, Stat. Ach. 2, 291: muta animalia
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  • dolor excitat iras? Verg. A. 2, 594; Hor. Ep. 1, 2, 60; id. Epod. 15, 15: amator agit ubi secum, Accedam? an potius mediter finire dolores, the torments
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  •    B Transf., doubly, twofold, in two ways, in a twofold manner: bis periit amator, ab re atque animo simul, Plaut. Truc. 1, 1, 26: nam qui amat cui odio ipsus
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  • libertatem ut perpetuassint, Enn. ap. Non. 150, 30 (Ann. v. 322 Vahl.): amator qui perpetuat data, Plaut. Ps. 1, 3, 72: ut si cui sit infinitus spiritus
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  • ămātōrĭus: a, um, adj. amator, I loving, amorous, relating to love (sensual), amatory: frui voluptate amatoriā, Cic. Tusc. 4, 34, 73: Anacreontis tota
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  • der, die Liebende, Verliebte, ein Liebhaber (in einzelnen Fällen; vgl. amator), Ter. u.a.: incautus amans, Verg.: neglectus amans, Ov.: bes. im Plur.
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  • Wichtigkeit, Verg., Hor., Plin. ep. u.a. – Superl., plebis iactantissimus amator, Spart. Hadr. 17, 7. – b) im guten Sinne, hochgesinnt, erhaben, iactantior
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