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  • 1097, etc. (2) occŭpō, ōnis, m. (occupo), qui fait main basse [pour désigner Mercure, dieu des voleurs] : Petr. 58, 11. (1) occupo1, āvī, ātum, āre
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  • occŭpātus: a, um, Part. and P. a., from occupo. occŭpātus: ūs, m. occupo, I an employment, occupation (post-class.), Claud. Mamert. ap. Sid. Ep. 4, 2.—Plur
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  • te accepi epistulas. Respondebo igitur priori prius). – Zuw. auch durch occupo (zuvorkommen) mit Infin., z.B. er fing den Krieg zuerst an, occupavit bellum
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  • wer diesen Paß zuvor besetzt, qui prior has angustias occupat; od. durch occupo m. Infin., z.B. Tullus geht zuvor in das sabinische Gebiet hinüber, Tullus
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  • (als Redner) im voraus einem Einwurfe, ante occupo, quod opponi video (videam); id, quod obici potest, occupo. – 2) widerfahren: cadere. accĭdere. – usu
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  • occŭpātĭo: ōnis, f. occupo, I a taking possession of a thing; a seizing, occupying (class.). I Lit. (very rare): fori, Cic. Dom. 3: vetus, a taking possession
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  • begegne als Redner (im voraus) einer Ei., ante occupo, quod opponi video (videam); id quod obici potest occupo: hier ist keine Ei. möglich, in hac re nihil
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  • φθάνοντες δῃοῦμεν αὐτόθι 3. 3, 18. 3) σπανίως μετ’ ἀπαρεμφ., ὡς τὸ Λατ. occupo, φθαίης ἔτ’ εἰς ἐκκλησίαν ἐλθεῖν Ἀριστοφ. Ἱππ. 935, πρβλ. 1384· ὁ φθάσας
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  • acquire, receive; constr. with gen., acc., abl., and absol. (class.; syn.: occupo, invado).    (a)    With gen.: illius regni potiri, Cic. Fam. 1, 7, 5: urbis
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  • Rel. p. 207 Rib.), v. a. capio, to take wholly, to seize entirely (cf. occupo). I Lit.    A To take possession of, to seize, occupy: mihi horror misero
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  • prae-occŭpo: āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. (class., but not in Cic., since praecepit is the true read., Cic. Phil. 10, 1, 2). I To seize upon, to take possession
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  • Lit., to take possession of, to possess one's self of (class.; cf.: habeo, occupo, potior): bona alicujus sine testamento, Cic. de Or. 2, 70, 283: regnum
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ occupātīcius, a, um (occupo) = occupatorius, Paul. ex Fest. 180, 8. Fest. 181 (b), 8. * Look up in:
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  • attack, assail, assault, storm, besiege, war with (class.; cf.: obsideo, occupo). I Lit.: omnes Galliae civitates ad se oppugnandum venisse, Caes. B. G
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  • occŭpassim, v. occupo.
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  • by Klotz, s. v. aliquis, but Lemaire's Index gives only one instance: ni occupo aliquid mihi consilium, Plaut. Men. 5, 2, 94, where Brix now reads aliquod
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  • Transf., with acc., to attack, seize, take possession of, carry off (syn. occupo): equites ... citi ab dextera maxumo cum clamore involant, Plaut. Am. 1
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  • (259)); metaphorically, of affections or evils seizing on a man (Latincapio, occupo): τινα ἔλαβεν ἔκστασις, φόβος, Homer, as τρόμος ἐλλαβε γυια, Iliad 3,34;
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  • honesta sunt, Q. Cic. Petit. Cons. 8 fin.: cum adsectaretur: Num quid vis? occupo, Hor. S. 1, 9, 6: omnis inferioris Germaniae miles Valentem adsectabatur
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  • occŭpātōrĭus, a, um, c. occupaticius : Grom. 2, 20 ; 5, 23. occupātōrius, a, um (occupo), zur Besitznahme gehörig, ager, in Besitz genommen, Gromat. vet. 2, 20;
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