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  • Latijnnederlands calvus calva -um, calvior -or -us, calvissimus -a -um ADJ :: bald, bald-headed; having head shaved; smooth (nuts); bare/stripped (things) calvus calvus
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  • Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ (2) Calvus,¹¹ ī, m., surnom, en part. des Licinius ; [nott] Licinius Calvus [poète et orateur romain, ami de Catulle] :
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  • osseuse du cerveau : Liv. 23, 24, 12. (2) calva, æ, f., v. calvus. (1) calva1, ae, f. (calvus, a, um), die Hirnschale, der Schädel, Liv. 23, 24, 12. Mart
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  • crebro pilo]; von Orten, wo eig. Pflanzen, Bäume etc. stehen sollten). – calvus (haarlos, federnlos, von Natur od. durch Alter, in bezug auf Menschen bloß
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  • durch Alter: sine pilo od. sine pilis. pilo carens (übh. ohne Haar). – calvus. nudus capillo. vacuus capillis. sine crine (ohne Kopfhaar, calv. von Pers
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  • sqq. Wegen seiner Grausamkeit berüchtigt, dah. v. Kaiser Domitian appell. calvus Nero, Iuven. 4, 38. Auson. Caesares 1, 17. p. 112, 17 Schenkl. – Dav.: A)
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  • Glatzkopf, a) die kahle Stelle des Kopfes, s. Glatze. – b) der eine Glatze hat: calvus (übh., Ggstz. comatus). – calvatus (durch Ausfallen der Haare). – calvitio
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  • (cum, nomen), 1 surnom [ajouté à celui de la gens ]; ex. Barbatus, Brutus, Calvus, Cicero || surnom individuel ; ex. Africanus, Asiaticus, etc. ; Cn. Marcius
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  • calvātus: a. um, adj. calvus, I made bald, bare (late Lat.): Sampson, Ambros. Ep. 9, 71.— II Transf.: si vinea a vite calvata erit, Cat. ap. Plin. 17,
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  • Google Translator | LSJ calvĭtĭēs,¹⁶ ēī, f. (calvus), calvitie : Petr. 108, 1. calvitiēs, ēī, f. (calvus), die Kahlheit des Kopfes, Petr. 108, 3. Cael
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  • 3, 2; and, acc. to Non. l. l., also id. Am. 1, 1, 289: I nec collos mihi Calvus persuaserit, Quint. 1, 6, 42; Front. Ep. ad M. Caes. 2, 16) [cf. Germ. Hals]
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  • Cic. Tusc. 5, 20, 58.—And in reflex. sense: ut decrescente lunā tondens calvus fiam, shaving myself, Varr. R. R. 1, 37, 2: candidior postquain tondenti
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  • and in Diomed. p. 395 P.; Att. ap. Non. 470, 19: hunc tanto munere digna, Calvus ap. Serv. l. l.; so with abl., Cic. Arat. 34.—    b Dignor, āri, pass.:
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  • περικεκομμένον τὰς κόμας κτλ., dissimilated from *σκόλ-; to this also Lat. calvus (?). Cf. σκόλυμος. -- A Pre-Greek word seems prob. σκόλλυς: -υος {skóllus}
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  • sanguine et viribus niteat, Quint. 8, 3, 6; so (with vires) id. 10, 2, 12: Calvus metuens, ne vitiosum colligeret, etiam verum sanguinem deperdebat, Cic.
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  • nudité, stérilité d’un lieu : Col. Rust. 4, 29, 11. calvitium, ī, n. (calvus), I) kahle Stelle des Kopfes, Glatze, Cic. Tusc. 3, 62. Suet. Caes. 45,
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  • rĕ-calvus: a, um, adj. (ante- and postclass.), I bald in front: frons, Sen. ap. Hier. adv. Jovin. 1, 38.—Transf., of persons, with a bald forehead: senex
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  • galbus: χλωρός, Gloss. Philox. [the Germ. gelb ( I yellow)]. galbus: a, um, v. calvus. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus
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  • orationis, Cornif. rhet.: accĭdit, ut (scripta) sint exsanguia, Quint.: Calvus exs. et aridus, Tac. dial.: aridi et exsuci et exsangues (oratores), Quint
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  • calvārĭa: ae, f. calva, calvus. I The skull of man, Cels. 8, 1; Vulg. 4 Reg. 9, 35: calvariae locus, id. Matt. 27, 33; of beasts: canis, Plin. 30, 6, 18
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