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  • Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands negative ADV :: negatively; in the negative (Souter)
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  • answer in the negative = οὐ φάναι, οὐ φάσκειν, ἀποφάναι ⇢ Look up "answer in the negative" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora |
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  • P. and V. πάντως, παντελῶς, P. ὅλως, Ar. and P. πάνυ, ἀτεχνῶς. with a negative: P. and V. ἀρχήν. despotically: P. τυραννικῶς, δεσποτικῶς. taken by itself:
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  • φορητός, ἀνεκτός (both generally with negative but see Dem. 652 and Thuc. 7, 77), ἀνασχετός (generally with negative, rare P. but found Thuc. 1, 118), Ar
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  • not. I Adv., like ne, in ante-class. Latinity (v. ne, I.) as a general negative particle, = non, not (usually in the form nec. In class. Lat. this usage
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  •    (b)    Non before negatives forms a weak affirmative, and before adverbs of emphatic assertion (as prorsus, omnino, etc.) a weak negative: moveo nonnullis
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  • tempus, Caes. B. G. 1, 44: numquam donec, Liv. 34, 23.—    B Followed by a negative.    1    By a clause with quin, ut non, to denote that which always occurs:
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  • neque, verbindende negative Partikeln, die von den besseren Schriftstellern mit dem Unterschiede gebraucht werden, daß in nec die negative Kraft, in neque
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  • search affirmātīvē, Adv. (affirmativus), versichernd, bejahend (Ggstz. negative, dubitative), Prisc. 18, 92 u.a. spät. Gramm. * Look up in: Navigium |
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  • demonstrative suffix dem, I long ago, long since, a long time ago; without a negative: ita me pridem facere atriensem voluerat, Plaut. Cas. 2, 8, 29; id. Rud
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  • ruler with no legitimate claim to rule, but it did not necessarily have a negative connotation. ar: أوديب ملكا; bar: Kini Edipus; bg: Едип цар; bn: রাজা
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  • auch in Fragesätzen u. solchen Sätzen, denen ein Zweifel oder sonst eine negative Bedeutung zugrunde liegt). – fortasse. forsitan (»vielleicht«, dienen dazu
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  • prep. with abl. [si and ne; si, the demonstrative instrumental, and the negative ne; hence, nesi was also found, Fest. p. 165; cf. Rib. Beiträge, p. 15;
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  • nē-ve: or neu, adv., introduces a negative clause containing a purpose, command, or prohibition, esp. after ut, ne, etc., I and not, nor, and that not
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  • Att. 6, 1, 11; so, sed enim, Verg. A. 1, 19.—    B After negative clauses, to limit the negative statement, i. e. to indicate either that the assertion does
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  • 52.—    B With interrogatives and negatives, usually in a different clause.    1    After an interrogative or negative clause, except, save only, only:
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  • imago, Sen. Q. N. 1, 4, 2. — Negatively: (ira) quia non tam cito in alium quam vult erumpit, Sen. Ira, 1, 19, 4.—Virtually negative (very freq.): quasi vero
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  • 170: haec loca lucis habent nimis, Ov. F. 6, 115.—    B With a preceding negative, not too much, not very much, not altogether, not very: Philotimi litterae
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  • (Sanscr. ava, away) + de, as in unde, etc., a subjective and intensive negative particle, I not at all, by no means; in class. prose most freq. with adverbs;
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  • atque intercessit, mulier competierat, ib. 16, 1, 24.— III To connect a negative clause which explains or corrects what precedes; hence sometimes with potius
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