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  • caput nec pes, neither head nor foot, beginning nor end, no part: nec caput nec pes sermonum apparet, Plaut. As. 3, 3, 139: garriet quoi neque pes neque caput
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  • Versfuß, pes metricus; im Zshg. bl. pes. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • pĕdes: itis, m. pes, I one that is or goes on foot. I In gen.: etiam si pedes incedat, on foot, afoot, Liv. 28, 9, 15: cum pedes iret in hostem, Verg.
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  • Schritt oder Fuß (eines Betrunkenen etc.), gradus od. pes titubans (taumelnder); gradus od. pes errans. pedes errantes (unsicherer): wankenden Fußes, Schrittes
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  • pĕdis: is, comm. pes, I a louse: est pedis unus ingens in naso, Nov. ap. Non. 220, 26: e capite et e collo eorum crebro eligendi pedes, Varr. R. R. 3,
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  • Fuß, I) Glied der Menschen und Tiere, eig. u. bildl.: pes. – calx (die Ferse, als der Teil des Fußes, mit dem man gew. tritt, stößt etc.). – der vordere
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  • πῆς (redirect from pē̂s)
    πῆς Low diacritics: πης Capitals: ΠΗΣ Transliteration A: pē̂s Transliteration B: pēs Transliteration C: pis Beta Code: ph=s
    486 bytes (33 words) - 16:55, 23 August 2022
  • 12. pĕdo: ōnis, m. pes, I one who has broad feet, a splay-foot: pedo, plancus, πλατύπους, Gloss. Philox. (1) pĕdō, ātum, āre (pes), tr., échalasser :
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  • [Indo-European] [824] *pes-os male member Etymology: Identical with Skt. pásas- n. id.: IE *pésos n. Here with n-enlargement Lat. pēnis from *pes-n-is; prob. as
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  • – b) der Schuh, ne vagus in laxa pes tibi pelle natet (schlottere), Ov. art. am. 1, 516: u. so (wohl danach) si pes laxā pelle non folleat (schlottert)
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  • incurvata, unde retinentur pecudum pedes, Serv Verg. l. l. (1) pĕdum,¹⁶ ī, n. (pes), houlette : Virg. B. 5, 88 ; Fest. 249 ; P. Fest. 248. (1) pedum1, ī, n
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  • brăchysyllăbus pēs, m. (βραχυσύλλαβος), pied de trois brèves, tribraque : Diom. 479, 1.
    132 bytes (12 words) - 06:36, 14 August 2017
  • hēgĕmoschŏlĭus pēs, m., pied formé d’un pyrrhique et d’un amphibraque : Diom.
    111 bytes (11 words) - 06:36, 14 August 2017
  • (1) crētĭcus pēs, m., pied crétique ou amphimacre [-Ƞ-] : Diom. 479, 13 || creticus versus Diom. 513, 21, vers crétique.
    216 bytes (19 words) - 07:21, 14 August 2017
  • amphĭmăcrus pēs (ἀμφίμακρος), amphimacre [une brève entre deux longues] : Quint. 9, 4, 81.
    133 bytes (13 words) - 06:34, 14 August 2017
  • dĭphўēs pēs (διφυής, de nature double), Diom. 481, 25, double pied d’un vers.
    117 bytes (13 words) - 06:53, 14 August 2017
  • (3) bacchīus pēs (Βακχεῖος), bacchée, pied bacchiaque [composé d’une brève et de deux longues] : Quint. 9, 4, 82.
    153 bytes (18 words) - 06:36, 14 August 2017
  • dĭsēmus pēs, m. (δίσημος), pied de deux brèves : Capel. 9, 978.
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  • πεντάλι, το το ποδόπληκτρο. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < γαλλ. pedale < λατ. pedalis < λατ. pes, pedis «πόδι»].
    348 bytes (14 words) - 12:15, 29 September 2017
  • ingressus (das Einhergehen). – schwach zum Au., invalidus ad ingrediendum (z. B. pes). – II) das Hervortreten: a) einer Pers.: adventus (die Ankunft u. das Verweilen
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