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  • Latijnnederlands concipio concipere, concepi, conceptus V TRANS :: take in/up, receive, catch; derive/draw (from); contain/hold; grasp; adopt; wed concipio concipio
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  •  »abgeneigt« unter »abneigen«. – ich bekomme gegen jmd. A., odium in alqm concipio; infolge von etw., taedium alcis traho ex alqa re: ich bekomme eine große
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  • conceptus: a, um, Part., from concipio. conceptus: ūs, m. concipio. I A collecting, gathering: (Tiberis) novenorum conceptu dierum navigabilis, after the
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  • conceptum: i, n., v. concipio, I. B. I fin., and II. B. fin. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin
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  • conceptō,¹⁶ āre (concipio), tr., concevoir : Arn. 4, 21 || [fig.] concevoir, projeter : Amm. 31, 10, 5. con-cepto, āre (v. concipio), I) empfangen, schwanger
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  • F. 3, 821 ; Plin. 12, 123 ; 28, 109 || [fig.] flétrissure, honte : [v. concipio II, 2 ] Cic. Pomp. 7 ; Clu. 12 ; Balbo 15 ; Planc. 30 ; Verr. 2, 5, 121
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ conceptĭō, ōnis, f. (concipio), 1 action de contenir, de renfermer : mundi conceptio tota Vitr. Arch
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  • conceptīvus: a, um, adj. concipio. * I That is conceived: fides et dilectio non substantiva animae sed conceptiva, Tert. Res Carn. 40.— II That is ordered
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  • conceptācŭlum: i, n. concipio, I that which receives something, a receptacle (post-Aug. and rare). I Prop., Plin. 2, 45, 44, § 115: sanguinis, Gell. 18
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  • 6, 4: agedum, divine tu, inaugura, fierine possit, quod nunc ego mente concipio, Liv. 1, 36, 4. —Hence, b. inaugŭrāto, adv. (lit. abl. absol.), after consulting
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  • to know, to become acquainted with, etc. (for syn. cf.: capio, percipio, concipio, comprehendo, intellego, cognosco, nosco, agnosco, animadverto, calleo
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  • concēpī, parf. de concipio.
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  • conceptōrius, a, um (concipio), die Empfängnis befördernd, pessarium, Soran. p. 121, 1. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • conceptŏr, ōris, m. (concipio), celui qui conçoit : peccati conceptor Arat. 2, 437, l’auteur du péché [le démon]. conceptor, ōris, m. (concipio), der Begeher
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  • concĭpĭlo: āvi, 1, v. a. concipio, I to seize, take, catch (only in the foll. exs.): concipilavisti dictum a Naevio pro corripuisti et involasti, Paul
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  • sommairement : Schol. Bob. 59, 16 et conceptim Chalc. Tim. 339. conceptē, Adv. (concipio), gedrängt, kurz, Schol. Cic. or. ad popul. 1, 4 (Class. auct. 2, 43).
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