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  • authority, οἱ προστασίας ἀξιούμενοι D.19.295; ἡ ἰατρικὴ π. authority or dignity of a physician, Hp.Praec.10, cf. Medic. 1; ἡ τοῦ ξυγγραφέως π. Plb.12.28
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  • κἀξιώματα ib. 605; κοινῆς τραπέζης ἀ. ἔχειν Id.Or.9; τὸ τῆς πόλεως ἀξίωμα = the dignity of the city's representative, D.18.149. 2 honour, reputation, E.Supp. 424
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  • mājestas: ātis, f. maior, magnus, q. v., I greatness, grandeur, dignity, majesty. I Lit., of the gods; also the condition of men in high station, as kings
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  • gravitati addidit, id. 24, 45, 13 Weissenb. —    B In a good sense, weight, dignity, importance, seriousness, gravity (syn.: magnitudo, dignitas, auctoritas
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  • persons, reputation, dignity, Th.6.68, D.13.18, cf. 18.63; ἡ τῆς ἀρχῆς ἀ. Pl.Lg.945b; ἡ τῆς ἀ. τιμή ib.744b; οἱ ἐπ' ἀξίας persons of dignity, official personages
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  • punishment; ἄρνυσθαι, ἀποτίνειν, ἄγειν, Α 1, Il. 3.286, Od. 22.57.—(2) honor, dignity, prerogative, of gods and kings, Il. 9.498, Od. 5.535, Il. 2.197, Od. 1
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  • VII weight, influence, Plb.4.32.7, D.S.19.70, Plu.Per.37, etc.; gravity, dignity of character, Id.2.522e; opp. χάρις, Id.Demetr.2. VIII Gramm., stress of
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  • 4, 5, § 31.—In plur.: amplitudines virtutum, Gell. 4, 9.—    B Absol., dignity, grandeur, distinction, consequence (more general than dignitas, auctoritas
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  • elevation, i.e. (abstractly) altitude, (specially), the sky, or (figuratively) dignity: be exalted, height, (on) high. ὕψους, τό, from Aeschylus and Herodotus
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  • Latijnnederlands auguste augustius, augustissime ADV :: reverently, solemnly; with dignity; majestically; sacredly
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  •    A The highest part, summit, the highest degree, most exalted rank or dignity (perh. only since the Aug. per.): quicquid numinum hanc Romani imperii molem
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  • trĭbūnātus: ūs, m. id., I the office and dignity of a tribune, the tribuneship: Cotta, qui tribunatum plebis petebat, Cic. de Or. 1, 7, 25; id. Leg. 3
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  • Pl.Phdr.274b, al.; majesty, εὐ. τῆς δόξης LXX Je.23.9, cf. Ep.Jac.1.11; dignity, SIG880.19 (Pizus, iii A.D.); ἐστεφάνωσε ἁ πόλις… -είας καὶ εὐνοίας ἕνεκα
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  • 18, 8; Quint. 8, 5, 28.—Hence,    2    Transf., a lofty station, high dignity: omnis Latio quae servit purpura ferro, i. e. all kings, Luc. 7, 228: purpuram
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  • ignoble (Arist. etc.; Frisk Adj. priv. 15). Derivatives: 1. σεμν-ότης f. dignity, noble being, proud (Att.), 2. -εῖον n. holy building (Ph.; after ἀρχεῖον
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  • excellence, τῶν ποιημάτων D.H.Comp.4. 3 dignity, rank, Id.6.71, al., App.BC1.79; λοχαγοῦ τάξις καὶ ἀ. Arr.Tact.12.4. 4 dignity of style, D.H.Comp. 18. II demand
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  • 22: angustiae petitionis, i. e. the difficulty of obtaining the consular dignity, id. Brut. 47. —So the Vulg. very freq. of external circumstances and of
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  • ἠλαττωμενος; (ἐλαττῶν); to make less or inferior: τινα, in dignity, to be made less or inferior: in dignity, to decrease (opposed to αὐξάνω), in authority and
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  • domūs atque victūs, Gell. 1, 14, 1.— II Trop., lustre, splendor, honor, dignity, excellence, etc. (so most freq. in Cic.): honesti homines et summo splendore
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  • or dignified manner, impressively, gravely, seriously, with propriety or dignity: his de rebus tantis tamque atrocibus neque satis me commode dicere neque
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