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  • lassus: a, um, adj. etym. dub.; acc. to Bopp, Gloss. 112, 6, for glassus from glasnus; kindred to Sanscr. glasnu, fessus, defessus, lassus; but more prob
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  • matt, I) eig., entkräftet: languidus (schlaff, erschlafft). – lassus. fessus. defessus (marode, müde, w. vgl.). – confectus (erschöpft durch Anstrengungen
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  • körperlich, languidus. lassus (abgemattet); affectus (angegriffen, leidend, z. B. sehr, graviter). – geistig, animo od. animi lassus. – Abspannung, die, uneig
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  • a) gespannt (Ggstz. lassus), ut animus in spe atque in timore usque antehac attentus fuit, ita, postquam adempta spes est, lassus curā confectus stupet
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  • Krankheit, Alter etc.). – erm. bis zum Hinsinken, defatigatus; defessus; lassus. lassitudine confectus (ganz abgespannt). – II) v. intr.fatigari. defatigari
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  • 3: post id, post illa, after this, after that, afterwards: post id cum lassus fueris, Plaut. Cas. 1, 42: qui foret post illa natus, Enn. ap. Cic. Div
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  • (ermüdet, abgemattet, abgetrieben, als von außen her bewirkter Zustand). – lassus (laß. abgespannt, marode, bezeichnet die Kraftlosigkeit, die förmliche Unfähigkeit
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ lassĭtūdō,¹⁰ ĭnis, f. (lassus), fatigue, lassitude : Cic. Inv. 2, 14 ; Fam. 12, 25, 6 ; Cæs. G. 2, 23
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  • make tired, lodhem get tired (IE *lēd-); the zero grade is supposed in Lat. lassus weary, tired (IE *lh₁d-to-s). Also Germ., e.g Goth. lētan (IE *leh₁d-) 'let'
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  • lasso: āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. lassus, I to render faint or languid, to tire, weary, fatigue, to deprive of vigor (syn.: fatigo, languefacio; perh. not ante-Aug
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  • lebensmüde, vitā od. vivendo fessus; vivendo lassus. – Ist es = lebenssatt, s. d.
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  • in navibus vehi, Cic. N. D. 3, 37, 89: e navi egredi, id. Vatin. 5, 12: lassus sum hercle e navi, from my voyage, Plaut. Am. 1, 1, 173: navis cursum suum
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  • 1, 27, 4: immodicae, id. ib. 1, 13, 10.—Prov.: a lasso rixam quaeri, v. lassus.— II In gen., a battle, contest (very rare): major cum Oceano quam cum ipsis
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  • praegnantes, Varr. LL.: inde cum actae boves mugissent, Liv. – Sprichw., bos lassus fortius figit pedem (tritt schärfer auf), Hier. ep. 102, 2. Augustin, ep
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  • caballus, d.i. niemand ist mit seinem Stande zufrieden, Hor. ep. 1, 14, 43: lassus tamquam caballus in clivo, von einem schlaff Gehenden, Petr. 134, 2. caballus
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  • wiederkämest, Cic. – verb., mare et (atque) viae, viae ac mare, See- u. Landreisen, lassus maris et viarum, Hor. carm. 2, 6, 7: odio maris atque viarum, Hor. ep. 1
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  • 18, 122. – im Bilde, duro ad laudem niti clivo, Sil. 4, 604. – Sprichw., lassus tamquam caballus in clivo, Petr. 134, 2: clivo sudamus in imo, wir sind
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  • amazed, confounded, stupefied, etc. (freq. and class.; syn. torpeo): animus lassus curā confectus stupet, Ter. And. 2, 1, 4: cum hic etiam tum semisomnus,
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  • feeble, infirm (class.; esp. freq. in poets; syn.: fatigatus, defessus, lassus, languidus). I Prop., of living beings: Romani quamquam itinere atque opere
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  • um, adj. langueo, I faint, weak, dull, sluggish, languid (class.; cf.: lassus, fessus, fatigatus, defessus). I Lit.    A In gen.: homines vino languidi
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