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  • cerno: crēvi, crētum ( I part. pass. cretus is apparently used only once: cineris bene creti, Pall. 12, 22, 3; but freq. in the compounds of cerno; for
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  • cernŏs, ī, m., sorte de grand vase de terre qui servait dans les sacrifices : CIL 8, 23400, 7.
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  • Tageslicht. – jetzt geht mir ein L. auf (uneig.), iam plus cerno oder video; iam plus cerno et longius. – etwas erscheint in einem schwächeren L., alqd
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  • Translator | LSJ crībrum,¹³ ī, n. (cerno), crible, sas, tamis : Cato Agr. 25 ; 76, 3 ; Cic. Div. 2, 59. crībrum, ī, n. (v. cerno = *crino), das Sieb, der Durchschlag
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  • auribus satis competere: sehe ich recht? satin ego oculis cerno? wenn ich recht sehe, si satis cerno. 2) die Augen (des Körpers u. bildl. des Geistes) auf
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  • LA | Google Translator | LSJ crētus, a, um, part. de cerno et de cresco. crētus, a, um, s. cerno u. cresco. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • certus, adv. A. certo: āvi, ātum, 1, v. freq. a. cerno, I to decide something by a contest (cf. cerno, II. C. b.); hence, to fight, struggle, contend,
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  • crīmen: ĭnis, n. contr. for cernimen, from cerno, II. C.; lit., I a judicial decision, verdict, judgment; hence, transf., like the Gr. κρῖμα, of the subject
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  • for Greek. Details in Pok. 946, W.-Hofmann and Ernout-Meillet s. cernō. I. Lat. cerno, to separate, part, put asunder, distinguish, Il., Xen. II. to
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  • aegritudinem agnosco, aegritudinem cerno, discerno, cerno, dignosco, dinosco, delibero, dijudico, discepto Source
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  • gegenwärtig, Ggstz. per litteras [brieflich] u. dgl., z.B. perspicio od. cerno alqd: u. ipse od. praesens cum alqo colloquor); od. durch proprius (nicht
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  • obire, id. Agr. 1, 3, 8: cernere, id. Att. 11, 2, 1; id. Agr. 2, 15, 40; cf. cerno: capere ab aliquo, id. Caecin. 35, 102: usurpare, Tac. A. 2, 19 fin.: acquirere
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  • sucis sagittas, Sen. Med. 711: cum relego, scripsisse pudet, qui plurima cerno, Me quoque, qui feci, judice digna lini, that deserve to be rubbed out, erased
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  • cēra: ae, f. Sanscr. kar-, to scatter, throw away; cf. Gr. κρίνω; Lat. cerno; Gr. κηρός; cf. sincerus, I wax, Lucr. 6, 516; 6, 966; Cic. de Or. 3, 45,
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  • signification of a word: verba quaedam diversos intellectus habent, ut cerno, Quint. 7, 9, 2: in obscenum intellectum sermo detortus, id. 8, 3, 44; id
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  • ex-cerno: crēvi, crētum, 3, v. a., I to sift out, to separate (perh. not ante-Aug.). I In gen.: furfures a farina, Col. 8, 4, 1: frumenta, i. e. to cleanse
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  • dis-cerno: crēvi, crētum, 3, I v. a., to separate, set apart. I Lit., to separate, part, divide (freq. since the Aug. per.): equas, ne inter se pugnare
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  • discrīmen: ĭnis, n. contr. from discerimen à discerno; cf. crimen from cerno, lit., I that which separates or divides two things from each other (for syn
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  • in-cerno: ĕre, v. a., I to sift upon a thing, to cover or bestrew with sifting; to sift, scatter with a sieve: terram cribro, Cato, R. R. 48, 2; Col. 5
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  • crēvī, parf. de cresco et de cerno.
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  • (< υπο-) + secretion «έκκριση» (< λατ. secretio, -onis «χωρισμός» < λατ. cerno «διακρίνω»)]. * Αναζήτηση σε: Google | Τριανταφυλλίδη | Βικιπαίδεια | Βικιλεξικό
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  • cernĭcŭlum, ī, n. (cerno), 1 le jugement : Gloss. 2 crible : Gloss. cerniculum, ī, n. (cerno), I) = σύγκρισις, Gloss. II, 100, 4. – II) = incerniculum
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  • 232; phonetically impossible, see Mayrhofer KEWA s. v.). Cf. W.-Hofmann s. cernō (1, 206) and 1. tempus (2, 661). - On the meaning of καιρός s. H. Wersdörfer
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  • know; Germ. wissen; Engl. wit, wot, to see, perceive, with the eyes (syn. cerno). I Lit.    A In gen.: Ph. Tun' me vidisti? Sc. Atque his quidem oculis.
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  • suc-cerno: (subc-), crēvi, crētum, 3, v. a., I to sift through, to sift. I Lit.: vinaceos cottidie recentes succernito, Cato, R. R. 25; 10, 5; 18, 7; 151
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  • rĕ-crēmentum: i, n. cerno, I refuse, filth, dross, slag, recrement (post-Aug.): plumbi, Cels. 6, 8: farris, i. e. chaff, Plin. 18, 16, 41, § 142; Prud
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  • nature (v. Lidd. and Scott sub. ὀφείλω, no. 3).    (a)    Act.. urbem et jam cerno Phrygios debere nepotes, i. e. are destined to found, Ov. M. 15, 444: debet
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  • certus: a, um orig. P. a. from cerno; hence, adj., I determined, resolved, fixed, settled, purposed: non dubius. I (Acc. to cerno, II. D.) Certum est (mihi)
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  •    A To bury, i. e. to overwhelm, submerge, destroy, ruin, suppress, etc.: cerno animo sepultam patriam, miseros atque insepultos acervos civium, Cic. Cat
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  • 18, 115 ; [plaist] Pl. Pœn. 513 || [fig.] agiter : Virg. Ætna 492. sub-cerno (succerno), crēvī, crētum, ere, I) durchsieben, Cato u. Vitr.: subc. cribro
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  • dē-cerno: crēvi, crētum, 3 (the syncop. forms decreram, etc., decrerim, etc., decresse are freq. in Cicero and Liv., also Plaut. Curc. 5, 3, 25; Ter. Hec
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  • (d’une guerre). Étymologie: R. Κρι, choisir, trier ; cf. lat. cribrum et cerno. κρῐσις    1 judging μεγάλων ἀέθλων ἁγνὰν κρίσιν καὶ πενταετηρίδ' ἁμᾶ
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  • sē-cerno: crēvi, crētum, 3 (old I inf. secernier, Lucr. 3, 263), v. a. I Lit., to put apart, to sunder, sever, separate (freq. and class.; not in Cæs.;
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  • cernĭtus, a, um, passé au crible : Th. Prisc. 4, 1. cernitus, s. cerno. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • subcrētus, part. p. de subcerno. subcrētus (succr.), s. sub-cerno. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands
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  • sŭper-cerno: ĕre, v. n., I to sift upon or over: terram cribris, Plin. 17, 10, 14, § 74 (better superincerno). * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus
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  • imagination, the fancy (for which Cic. often uses cogitatio, as Ac. 2, 15, 48): cerno animo sepultam patriam, miseros atque insepultos acervos civium, Cic. Cat
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  • Google Translator | LSJ percernis, e (per, cerno), transparent : CIL 12, 1329. percernis, e (per u. cerno), leicht sichtbar, Corp. inscr. Lat. 12, 1329
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  • contra Micythione et Xenoclide tendentibus (widerstrebten), Liv.: frustra cerno te tendere contra, Verg.: acrius tendenti (sich bestrebenden bei der Bewerbung)
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  • crētĭo: ōnis, f. cerno, II.; jurid. t. t., I the format declaration by the heir of his intention to enter upon his inheritance. I Prop., Gai Inst. 2, §
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  • incrētus, a, um (in, cerno), non tamisé : Apul. M. 7, 15. (2) incrētus, a, um, part. p. de incerno. (1) incrētus1, a, um (in u. cerno), ungesiebt, furfures
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  • LA | Google Translator | LSJ crētūra, æ, f. (cerno), criblure : Pall. 1, 24, 3. crētūra, ae, f. (cerno), das Ausgesiebte, die Spreu, das Kaff, Pallad
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  • Google Translator | LSJ cernentĭa, æ, f. (cerno), faculté de voir : Capel. 4, 384. cernentia, ae, f. (cernens, cerno), das Sehen (Ggstz. caecitas), Mart.
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  • Verg. A. 2, 509; cf.: rem desuetam usurpare, Liv. 3, 38: desueta sidera cerno (i. e. quae cernere desuevi), Ov. M. 5, 503; cf.: voces jam mihi desuetae
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  • sucerdae (succerdae), ārum, f. (v. sus u. vielleicht cerno st. excerno), der Schweinekot, Titin. com. 178. Lucil. 1018. * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • con-cerno: ĕre, I v. a., to mix, mingle together (as in a sieve, in order to separate by sifting): carni, Aug. Conf. 5, 10 fin.> * Look up in: Google
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  • cernŏphŏrus, CIL 10, 1803 et cernŏphŏra CIL 2, 179, f., prêtresse qui porte le cernos. cernophorus u. -ora, f. (κερνοφόρος), die Priesterin, die den cernus
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    scutum; cauda and root sku-, in Goth. skauts, etc.; casa and Gr. σκιά, σκηνή; cerno and Gr. κρίνω for σκίρνω, σκώρ, σκωρία; calumnia and σκάλλω; gradior and
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