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  • pugnus: i, m. root pug-; v. pugil, pugno. I A fist: pugnus a punctione, id est percussu dicitur, Paul. ex Fest. p. 219 Müll.: manum plane comprimere pugnumque
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  • pūgnum, ī, n. = pugnus, Plaut. capt. 796 Schoell (Br. u. Fl. pugnus) nach Gramm. inc. de dub. nomin. (V) 587, 12. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • Faust, pugnus. – manus (die Hand übh., da, wo von Körperstärke die Rede ist). – die geballte F., compressa in pugnum manus: die F. ballen, eine F. machen
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  • s. Hand, palma (die natürliche); plana manus (die flach gemachte, Ggstz. pugnus): das s. Land, campus: ein s. Ufer, litus planum (dessen Boden nicht steil
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  • ut ille, rursum, gib ihm wieder eine Backpfeife, Plaut. Cas. 407: quin pugnus in mala haereat, Ter. adelph. 171 L. – gew. im Plur., malae decentes (blühende)
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  • mesure att. valant 1 pied et 2 doigts. Étymologie: πύξ, cf. lat. pugnus. (πύξ, cf. pugnus): fist, then boxing, boxing-match, Il. 23.669†. from a primary
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ pugna,⁷ æ, f. (pugno, pugnus), 1 combat à coups de poings, pugilat : Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 28 || [mais surtout
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  • ¹⁶ ī, m., dim. de pugnus, le contenu de la main fermée, poignée : Cato Agr. 158 ; Plin. 20, 242. pugillus, ī, m. (Demin. v. pugnus), so viel als man
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  • Wikipedia EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ pŭgĭl,¹² ĭlis, m. (cf. pugnus, πυγμή, πύξ), athlète pour l’exercice du pugilat, pugiliste, boxeur : Cic
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  • πύκτης, πυγμή, πυγμάχος· Λατ. pug-nus, pug-il, pug-illus· Σαυ. pest-i (pugnus)· Ἀρχ. Γερμ. fust (faust, fist)· - πρβλ. πυγών). adv. avec le poing :
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  • resists, Coripp. Joann. 4, 468. oppugno: (obp-), no I perf., ātum, 1, v. a. ob-pugnus, to beat with fists, to buffet (Plautin.): os, Plaut. Cas. 2, 6, 56. *
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  • Goth. kniu; Germ. Knie; Engl. knee, the knee. I Lit.: meus est ballista pugnus, cubitus catapulta est mihi, Umerus aries: tum genu ut quemque icero, ad
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  • 334; Luc. 2, 686; Vulg. 1 Macc. 6, 20; 6, 51.—Sportively: meus est ballista pugnus, cubitus catapulta est mihi, umerus aries, Plaut. Capt. 4, 2, 17. —For throwing
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  • an animal, v. h. v.; the predom. signif. of the word): meus est ballista pugnus, cubitus catapulta est mihi, Umerus aries, Plaut. Capt. 4, 2, 17: id conexum
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  • Prud. στεφ. 9, 59), v. a. root pug-, to thrust, strike, whence also pugil, pugnus; Gr. πύξ, etc., to prick, puncture (class.). I Lit.: aliquem, Cic. Sest
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  • continuo patuit, cum, etc., Hor. S. 2, 8, 29: ne mora sit, si innuerim, quin pugnus continuo in malā haereat, Ter. Ad. 2, 1, 17: si quid narrare occepi, continuo
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  • EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ (1) pugnō,⁷ āvī, ātum, āre (pugnus), intr., combattre à coups de poing, 1 combattre, se battre [combats singuliers
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  • LA | Google Translator | LSJ pugnĭtŭs (pugnus), adv., à coups de poing : Cæcil. 49. pūgnitus, Adv. (pugnus), mit Fäusten, Caecil. com. 49. * Look up
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  • LA | Google Translator | LSJ pugnĕus,¹⁶ a, um (pugnus), de poing : Pl. Rud. 763. pūgneus, a um (pugnus) die Faust betreffend, mergae, scherzh. = Faustschläge
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  • pu-n-go, pu-pugi «κεντώ, τρυπώ» και pūgio (πρβλ. και λατ. pug-il «παλαιστής», pugnus «γρονθιά», απ' όπου pugno, pugna). Εκτός της Λατινικής, ωστόσο, σε καμιά
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