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  • ἔμφυτος (Eur., Frag.), σύμφυτος, σύνοικος (Plat.); see innate. Look up inherent on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary |
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  • ἡ. Real property: P. φανερὰ οὐσία, ἡ. Taxable property: P. τίμημα, τό. Inherent quality in things (as colour, weight, etc.), P. πάθος, τό (Plat.), πάθημα
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  • subs. Value, worth: P. and V. ἀξία, ἡ. Inherent property (as colour, weight, etc.): P. πάθος, τό (Plat.), πάθημα, τό (Plat.); see attribute. Rank: P. and
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  • ἐνυπάρχω
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  • sapio, I.. I Lit., a taste, relish, flavor, savor (objectively of the taste inherent in a thing; whereas gustatus is used subjectively, of the taste experienced
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  • naturalis, naturale ADJ :: natural, normal, typical, characteristic; inate, inherent; physical (science) naturalis naturalis naturalis, naturale ADJ :: natural;
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  • כֹּחַ, צָבָא (an army, a host); strength, ability, power; a. universally, "inherent power, power residing in a thing by virtue of its nature, or which a person
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  • Arist.HA 577a14; -άρχουσα ψυχή Epicur.Ep.1p.21U.    2 to be immanent or inherent, τὸ πρῶτον ἐ., = ὕλη, Arist.Ph.193a10, cf. 194b24; ἐν ἅπαντι χρόνῳ τὸ [νῦν]
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  • a different law from that which God has given, i. e. the impulse to sin inherent in human nature, or ὁ νόμος τῆς ἁμαρτίας (genitive of author), ὁ νόμος
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  • προσίζει γὰρ τὸ σύμφορον τῷ συμφόρῳ Hp.Vict.1.6; ἡ προσίζουσα αἰτίη the inherent cause, Aret.SD1.7. [Seite 766] (s. ἵζω), dabei sitzen, übh. = προσιζάνω;
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  • be done, ἐστι; Winer s Grammar, § 64,2a.); or soon, πορεύομαι merely has inherent future force; cf. Buttmann, § 137,10a.). d. with the imperative it often
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  • in the Greek writings (cf. Liddell and Scott, under A. I:1c., and on the inherent force of the word especially Schmidt, chapter 44 § 6f). 2. the daytime
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  • al.    II the sense of return is sts. implied in the context, but is not inherent in the word, as Od.10.420, Pi.P.8.54, E.El.6, Pl. Chrm.153a. [Seite 411]
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  • with, etc.; with in and abl.: inhaeret in mentibus quoddam augurium, is inherent in our minds, Cic. Tusc. 1, 15, 33.—Absol.: opinatio inhaerens et penitus
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  • Gell. 16, 8, 10.—    (g)    In the physical lang. of Lucr., the necessary, inherent qualities of bodies (as weight, etc.), in contrast with eventum, merely
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  • cf. Plb.9.10.7, PFlor.20.15 (II d.C.). 2 de partes del cuerpo u otras inherentes a un todo perder por su caducidad ἀ. τὰ κέρατα μόνον ἔλαφος κατ' ἔτος
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  • innascitur, Cic. Off. 1, 19, 64.—Hence, P. a.: innātus, a, um, inborn, innate, inherent, natural.    (a)    With dat.: non mihi avaritia umquam innatast; satis
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