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  • vŏcātīvē: adv. vocativus, I in the vocative: dicere, Gell. 13, 22, 4. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology
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  • φέρτατος, λῷστος (used in Plato, but rare P.), βέλτατος (rare), ἔξοχος. Vocative, also V. φέριστε (used once in Plato). fairest: P. and V. κάλλιστος. be
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  • vocativus. casus vocandi (Gramm.). – ein Wort im V. gebrauchen, vocabulum vocative dicere (Gramm.).
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  • belonging to calling: casus, the vocative case, in gram., Gell. 14, 5, 1 sq. al.—As subst.: vŏcātīvus, i, m., the vocative case, Charis. p. 11 P.; Prisc.
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  • saxum: (in inscrr. also SAKSVM; from collat. form saxus; I a vocative SAXE, Inscr. Orell. 2982), i, n. root sak-; Sanscr. ska; cf. secare, any large, rough
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  • mi-k (after ik I; not = *μέ γε), IE *mē; μοι = Skt. mē, Lat. mī (used as vocative), OLith. -mi etc.; ἐμέ, ἐμοί after ἐγώ (Arm. im mei); ἐμίν after ἁμίν etc
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  • Laertius. Vit.Philonid. VitaPhilonidisEpicurei, v. I voc. voce, vocem; also vocative Vorsokr.7 Die Fragmente der Vorsokratiker7, H. Diels, W. Kranz, Berlin
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  • unexact indication of the meaning (but s. Specht Ursprung 335); ἔορ seems a vocative. In Greek replaced by ἀδελφη, like φράτηρ by ἀδελφός. - S. W.-Hofmann s
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  • inhabitant): daughter. genitive θυγατρός, dative θυγατρί, accusative θυγατέρα, vocative θύγατερ, plural θυγατέρες, accusative θυγατέρας, ἡ (of the same root as
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  • grade of *πεκυ-'cattle' (known fron Indo-Iranian); the stress from the vocative. - Lat. LW [loanword] Cocles "the one-eyed" (through Etruscan); s. W.-Hofmann
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  • affectionate address, such as patrons, helpers, teachers, and the like, employ; vocative child (son), my child, children. (Latin fili, mi fili, etc., for carissime
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  • (three) other Israelites: Jesus. Ἰησοῦ, dative Ἰησοῦ, accusative Ἰησοῦν, vocative Ἰησοῦ (Winer's Grammar, § 10,1), ὁ, Jesus (יְהושֻׁעַ and according to a
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  • incălātīve: vocative, Paul. ex Fest. p. 114 Müll. Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian
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  • mightiest, strongest, noblest, most illustrious, best, most excellent: vocative κράτιστε used in addressing men of conspicuous rank or office, Theophrastus
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  •   Verb v. trans.  Verb transitive v. intrans.  Verb intransitive voc.  Vocative Xen.  Xenophon Ag.  Agamemnon Choe.  Choephoroe Eum.  Eumenides Pers. 
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  • very difficult; see DELG. As adj. of πένθος, ἄχος insufferable?; also as vocative, accursed? (ἄλαστε, e. g. Χ 261). Other forms: Original noun ἀλάστωρ avenging
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  • Étymologie: DELG φέρω « celui qui l’emporte ». = φέρτατος, used esp. in the vocative. excelente και φέρτιστος, -ίστη, -ον, Α φέρτατος. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. Ο τ. φέρ-ιστος
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  • nourisher, protector, upholder; (Curtius, § 348)), πατρός, πατρί, πατέρα, vocative πάτερ (for which the nominative ὁ πατήρ is five times used, and (anarthrous)
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  •    2 invocatory, ὕμνοι Men.Rh.p.333 S.; τύπος Id.p.334 S.    3 Gramm., vocative, ἡ -κή (sc. πτῶσις) D.T.636.7, A.D.Pron.6.9, al.; σύνταξις Id.Synt.46.8;
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  • dear to God; Timotheus, a Christian: Timotheus, Timothy. Τιμοθέου, ὁ, vocative Τιμοθη (Krüger, § 16 Anm. 2; (Winer s Grammar, § 8,2c.; Buttmann, 12))
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