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  • subs. P. προσηγορία, ἡ, πρόσρημα, τό , see name. Look up appellation on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia
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  • provincial cities, but always, in the class. lang., with a more definite appellation; as Colonia Agrippina or Agrippinensis, the present Cologne. Look up
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  • Berufung, I) tr.convocatio (Zusammenberufung). – Ist es = Appellation, s. d. – ohne B. (Beschreiung), praefiscĭne. – II) refl. die B. auf andere, auctoritates
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  • nomen, name, title, appellation (mostly post-Aug.): voluit appellatione hac inani nobis esse par, Cic. Att. 5, 20, 4: regum appellationes venales erant, id
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  • (ἔμβλημα): an Tischlerarbeiten, opus intestinum; vgl. »Mosaik«. – II) uneig., Appellation ei., s. appellieren: Fürbitte, Lob etc., s. Fürbitte etc.
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  • ἡ κατὰ τοὔνομα π. Arist.Cat.1a13; τῷ σχήματι τῆς π. ib.3b14: hence, appellation, name, Isoc.15.284, Com.Adesp.143, D.6.25, Arist.Pol.1275a6, Thphr.HP3
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  • for wounds, also called millefolium, Plin. 24, 18, 104, § 168.—Also an appellation of Jupiter, App. de Mundo, p. 75.—In comp.: quis justior et militarior
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  • Grat. Cyneg. 299. II Transf.    A Like our word brother, as a familiar appellation of friends and lovers.    1    In gen.: quam copiose laudatur Apronius
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  • the combination di deaeque, v. deus; Bona Dea, v. bonus, no. F. —The appellation DEA is freq. on the tombs of women, Inscr. ap. Fea, p. 173; Fabretti,
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  • frumentarius, ib. 50, 5, 9; Vulg. Gen. 37, 28.—    2    NEGOTIATOR, an appellation of Mercury as the god of tradesmen, Inscr. Grut. 55, 1.—    B A factor
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  • (lyr.); κληδόνος βοή Id.Eu.397.    b shouting, S.Ichn. 232.    2 name, appellation, κ. ἐπωνύμους A.Eu.418. [Seite 1450] όνος, ἡ, ion. u. ep. κλεηδών, ep
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  • vŏcābŭlum: i, n. id., I an appellation, designation, name of any thing (cf.: nomen, vox). I In gen.: philosophorum habent disciplinae ex ipsis Vocabula
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  • for gnōmen, from root gno, whence gnosco, nosco, co-gnosco, a name, appellation (syn. vocabulum). I Lit.: nomen est, quod unicuique personae datur, quo
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  • parens est educatrixque sapientia, Cic. Leg. 1, 24, 62.—As an honorary appellation: quid prius dicam solitis Parentis Laudibus, i. e. Jupiter, Hor. C. 1
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  • ὁ; see Apollo. Phoebus: i, m., = Φοῖβος (the radiant), I a poetical appellation of Apollo as the god of light: quae mihi Phoebus Apollo Praedixit, Verg
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  • domina Urbs, the queen city, Mart. 12, 21, 9.—    B In partic.    1    The appellation of a lady belonging to the imperial family, Suet. Dom. 13; id. Claud.
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  • Rat., Huschke, Jurisp. ante-Just. p. 16 sq.— II Transf., in gen., an appellation or title placed before a person's name: praenomen Imperatoris, Suet. Caes
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  • Διον. Ἁλ. π. Συνθ. 25, π. Δημοσθ. 56. ας (ἡ) : désignation par un nom, appellation. Étymologie: ὀνομάζω. η (ΑΜ ὀνομασία) ονομάζω 1. η ενέργεια του ονομάζω
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  • races, Plin. 28, 11, 49, § 181.—    2    Subst.    a Ŏlympĭus, ĭi, m., an appellation bestowed on distinguished men by the Greeks and Romans; of Pericles, Plin
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  • Hor. S. 1, 2, 94: capitis matrona pudici, Juv. 6, 49.—    C Hence, an appellation of Juno: hinc matrona Juno (stetit), Hor. C. 3, 4, 59: MATRONIS IVNONIBVS
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