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  • frĭgo: ĕre, v. a., acc. to Novius, i. q. erigo, I to erect, Att. ap. Non. 308, 7 sq. and 7, 10 (Fragm. Trag. v. 441, 463 Rib.); Varr. ib. frĭgo: ĕre, v
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  • Theoc.6.16, 12.9; of thirst, ἐφρύγη δίψευς ὕπο AP l.c. (The relation to Lat. frīgo 'roast', Skt. bhṛjjáti 'he roasts', bhṛṣṭá- 'roasted', is not clear.) *
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  • frīctus, a, um, part. de frigo. (3) frictŭs, abl. ū, m., frottement : Capel. 8, 805. (1) frictus1, a, um, s. fricou. frigo. (2) frictus2, Abl. ū, m.
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  • frīxī, pf. de frigo et de frigesco.
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  • Fest. 90, 14. fringilla (fringuilla), ae, f. u. fringillus, ī, m. (2. frigo), ein kleiner Vogel, viell. der Fink (noch j. ital. fringuello) od. der Sperling
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  • Translator | LSJ frīxō, āre (fréq. de frigo ), bien rôtir : C. Aur. Acut. 1, 11, 77. frīxo, āre (Intens. v. 1. frigo), gehörig rösten, Cael. Aur. de morb
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  • φρυγανου, τό (from φρύγω or φρύσσω, φρύττω, to dry, parch; cf. Latin frigo, frux, fructus), a dry stick, dry twig; generally in the plural this word
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  • frixus: a, um, Part., from 1. frigo. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS Corpus
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  • to dry a thing by heat, to parch, roast, bake, scorch, burn, etc. (syn. frigo): fruges receptas Et torrere parant flammis et frangere saxo, Verg. A. 1
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  • friguttio (frigultio, fringultio, fringulio), īre (verlängerte Form v. 2. frigo), I) zwitschern, v. Vögeln (vgl. Varro LL. 7, 104. Paul. ex Fest. 90, 14
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  • frĭgultio, fringultio, fringulo), īre, v. n. and I a. [a lengthened form of 2. frigo, to twitter, chirp. I Lit., of birds: merulae in remotis tesquis frigutiunt
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  • frire : Plin. Val. 2, 7 ; Fort. Carm. 6. frīxōrium (frīctōrium), iī, n. (1. frigo), I) die Röstpfanne, der Tiegel, Plin. Val. 2, 7. Augustin. enarr. in psalm
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  • frīxōrius, a, um (1. frigo), zum Rösten dienend, frixoria patella = τηγάνη, Gloss. III, 255, 15. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • fringilla, από τη μηδενισμένη βαθμίδα της ρίζας με επέκταση -ι-, πρβλ. λατ. frigo «ψήνω» < ρίζα bher- / bhr-, βλ. λ. φρύγω) με αντιμετάθεση τών φωνηέντων ή
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  • effrīgō, ĕre (ex, frigo), tr., bien rôtir : Plin. Val. 2, 30. ef-frīgo (exfrigo), ere, gehörig rösten, Plin. Val. 2, 30. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • cōnfrīgō, ĕre, v. confrixus. cōn-frigo, frīxī, frīxum, ere, gehörig rösten, in frixorio, od. absol., Augustin. enarr. in psalm. 101. serm. 1. no. 4.
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ frīxūra, ae, f. (1. frigo), die Röstpfanne, der Tiegel, Hieron. in Amos 7, 7. Ven. Fort. carm. 6, 10
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  • confrixo: āre, v. a. frigo, I to roast or fry with something: aliquid cum oleo, Theod. Prisc. 1, 6. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC
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