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  • followed by a lustrum, Liv. 3, 22, 1; 24, 43, 4: sub lustrum censeri, at the close of the census, when the lustrum should begin: sub lustrum censeri, germani
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  • litterae = fünf Buchstaben). – ein Zeitraum von s. Jahren, quinquennium; lustrum (eine bestimmte Periode, z.B. Finanzperiode von 4 bis 5 Jahren): alle s
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  • (im allg., Schlaf-od. Ruhestätte, auch das L. wilder Tiere im Walde). – lustrum (Wildhöhle, Wildbahn). – latibulum (der Schlupfwinkel, verborgene Ort, wo
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  • Reinigungsopfer, lustrum. sacrificium lustrale (im allg.). – piaculum (Sühnopfer für Verschuldung eines Verbrechens). – ein R. bringen, lustrum condere; piaculo
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  • (2) lustrō, ōnis, m. (lustrum 1), coureur de mauvais lieux : Næv. Com. 118 ; 119. (1) lūstro1, āvī, ātum, āre (wie 2. lustrum verwandt mit luceo), I)
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  • lustra, ae, f. = 1. lustrum (Bordell), Plaut. Cas. 243; vgl. Non. 333, 13. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • Esp., with comp., of a progressive change (poet.): rem Romanam Alterum in lustrum meliusque semper, Proroget aevum, Hor. C. S. 67: candidior semper candidiorque
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  • habitatio (Wohnung). – deversorium (Herberge auf der Reise). – cubile. lustrum (Lager der wilden Tiere). – latibulum. receptaculum (Ort zum Verbergen,
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  • Wildlager, lustrum. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • πεντετηρίς I, Lycurg.102, Arist.Pol.1308b1, Tab.Heracl.1.105, etc.; = Lat. lustrum, Plb.6.13.3; = quinquennalia, D.C.54.19. II as adjective coming every fourth
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  • consuls and dictators. Later, the censors revised the roll of senators every lustrum, excluding members regarded as unworthy. (On the powers of the Senate, the
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  • Haus, deversorium libidinum (als zeitweiliger Sitz der Wollust); lupānar. lustrum (als Bordell). – eine l. Dirne, scortum; meretrix (feile D.). – ein l. Leben
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  • auf fünf Jahre geltend, z.B. censura). – ein s. Zeitraum, quinquennium; lustrum (eine bestimmte Periode von 4 bis 5 Jahren, z.B. eine Finanzperiode). –
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  • lustrālis: e, adj. 2. lustrum, I relating to purification from guilt or the appeasing of the gods, lustral. I Lit.: sacrificium, a sacrifice of purification
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  • Macr. Somn. Scip. 1, 20 fin.: noctem, Sil. 4, 482.—In respect to lustrum, v. 2. lustrum, I.—    4    Transf., to conceal, hide, secrete, suppress: Sibyllam
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  • 2, 23, 42: sextā Olympiade, Vell. 1, 8, 1.—In the poets sometimes for lustrum, i. e. a period of five years: quinquennis Olympias, Ov. P. 4, 6, 5: ter
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  • lustror,¹⁶ ātus sum, ārī (lustrum 1), intr., courir les mauvais lieux : Pl. Ps. 1107 ; Cas. 245. lustror, ātus sum, ārī (1. lustrum), sich in öffentlichen
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  • in Quint.).    (a)    Claudo: cujus octavum trepidavit aetas Claudere lustrum, Hor. C. 2, 4, 24: opus, Ov. F. 3, 384: jus, Luc. 5, 44: labores ingentis
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  • artus, id. ib. 14, 196.—    c With inf.: octavum trepidavit aetas Claudere lustrum, Hor. C. 2, 4, 24.—Hence, trĕpĭdanter, adv., trem blingly, timorously, anxiously
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  • conductionis (z.B. ist um, circumactum est). – eine P. von vier od. fünf Jahren, lustrum. – Pachtzins, s. Pachtgeld. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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