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  • μελλόνυμφος, ἡ; see also wife. leading the bride, adj.: V. νυμφαγωγάς. bride-chamber: see bridal chamber. ⇢ Look up "bride" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus
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  • leading the bride = νυμφαγωγάς ⇢ Look up "leading the bride" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google
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  • as a bride; compare Latin "nupto," to marry); a young married woman (as veiled), including a betrothed girl; by implication, a son's wife: bride, daughter
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  • nymphe nymphes N F :: nymph; (semi-divine female nature/water spirit); water; bride; young maiden
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  • (lyr.); νύμφη ἄνυμφος = a bride that is no bride, unhappy bride, E.Hec.612, cf. Hipp.547 (lyr.), Men. 548. II without bride or without mistress, μέλαθρα
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  • V. μελλόνυμφος, ἡ. ⇢ Look up "betrothed bride" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full
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  • ἔχειν (Euripides, Fragment). lay claim to: see v., claim. THEOGL. Giving my bride to another? CHO. Yes, to those that have a better claim. THEOGL. But who
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  • 1502.— At marriage festivals it was customary to call the bridegroom and bride Gaius and Gaia, Fest. s. v. Gaia, p. 71; Quint. l. l.; Cic. Mur. 12 fin.—
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  • chair : Cels. Med. 7, 27 2 bride, rênes, guides [ordint au pl.] : Virg. En. 5, 818 ; conversis habenis Virg. En. 11, 713, tournant bride ; effusissimis habenis
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  • *h₁u̯ed- bride-price. Etymology: With ἕδνα, ἕδνον from IE *u̯ed-no- (on the aspir. Schwyzer 227) compare Slavic and a Westgermanic word for bride-price:
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  • Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands nupta nuptae N F :: bride
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  • by the suitor to the bride or her parents (φερνή being the bride's portion), Hom., Aesch. II. of wedding-gifts made to the bride by those of her own household
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  • following day was a dies ater, unfavorable for the offering to be made by the bride, id. ib. 1, 16. Augustus, for superstitious reasons, avoided undertaking
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  • 1629; NYMFABVS, ib. 1630; NYMPHIS, ib. 1627; 1630 sq.), f., = νύμφη. I A bride, a mistress, Ov. H. 1, 27; Tib. 3, 1, 21 (al. merita).—    2    A young woman:
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  • marry Creusa, she killed the children she had had by him, and burned the bride to death in her palace: item ut Medea Peliam concoxit senem, Plaut. Ps. 3
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  • daughter-by-marriage of the race of which the husband is a son, Il.3.49. II bride, wife, Theoc.18.15; cj. in AP12.53.5 (Mel.) :—ἐνυός is f.l. in Poll.3.32
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  • Phorcids, A.Pr.794; the Sphinx, S.OT508 (lyr.); the Fates, Pl.R.617d. 2 of a bride, Od.18.279; young wife, Il.6.247, E.Or.1438 (lyr.), Hdn.3.10.8; or concubine
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  • mss. conjux conjugis N C :: spouse/mate/consort; husband (M); wife (F)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate
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  • невеста Eur. νυμφοκομέω, fut. -ήσω I. to dress a bride, Anth. II. intr. to dress oneself as a bride, Eur. [from νυμφοκόμος
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  • non serré ; fig. mou, efféminé ; subst. τὸ χαλαρόν, relâchement (de la bride d’un cheval); 2 souple; Cp. χαλαρώτερος. Étymologie: χαλάω. -ή, -ό / χαλαρός
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  • 216; Gai. Inst. 2, 159; Juv. 14, 220.— II Transf.    A A son's betrothed bride, Dig. 23, 2, 12.—    B The wife of a grandson or great-grandson, Dig. 23
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  • sources: ἡ, A she who escorts the bride, bridesmaid, Ar.Ach.1056, Plu.Lyc.15. 2 = προμνήστρια, Lib.Decl.26.13. II bride, Phot. * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • for lookup in third sources: ή, όν, = νυμφίδιος (bridal, of a bride, for a bride), A.Ch.71 (lyr.), S.OT1242, E.Med.378; ν. ἱμάτιον, κλίνη, δᾷδες, Plu
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  • conjungo, P. a., B. 2. b.), Col. 5, 6, 18.—    B Poet.    1    A betrothed, a bride, Verg. A. 3, 331; 9, 138; Tib. 3, 2, 4; Ov. H. 8, 18.—    2    A more honorable
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  • A = οἴκαδε, Il. 1.606, al., Hes.Op.554; οἶκόνδε ἄγειν = bring home, of a bride, Od.6.159, cf. 11.410. 2 to the women's chamber,1.360. * Abbreviations:
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  • up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands sponsa sponsae N F :: bride; betrothed woman
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, (κομέω) A dressing a bride, ἡ ν. bridesmaid, Hsch. : generally, bridal, γάμος E. IA1087 (lyr.); θάλαμοι
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A escorting the bride, J.AJ5.8.6 : generally, bridal, ἄστρον ἐρώτων Musae.10. * Abbreviations:
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: όν, A leader of the bride, E.IA610; esp. one who leads her from her home to the bridegroom's house,
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  • one's mind to a thing, φύγαδε μνώοντο ἕκαστος Il.16.697. II woo for one's bride, court (not in Il.), c. acc., μήτ' αὐτὸν κτείνειν μήτε μνάασθαι ἄκοιτιν,
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  • sleeping by one's side ἕλεν δ' Οἰνομάου βίαν παρθένον τε σύνευνον pr. to be his bride (O. 1.88) ὁ, ἡ, ΜΑ σύζυγος. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < συν- + -ευνος (< εὐνή «κρεβάτι»)
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  • from כָּלַל; a bride (as if perfect); hence, a son's wife: bride, daughter-in-law, spouse.
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  • lookup in third sources: pf. A νενυμφαγώγηκα Plb.25.4.10 :—lead the bride to the bridegroom's house, ν. τινί τινα Plb.l.c.; τὰς τῶν πολιτῶν θυγατέρας
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  • links below for lookup in third sources: τό, Ion. for κρεῖον, kind of A bride-cake, Philet. ap. Ath.14.645d: pl., = ζῴδια (i.e. cakes in shape of animals)
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  • (tenere, coërcere), πρβλ. yantr (auriga)) 1ων (τά) : v. ἡνίον. 2ας (ἡ) : bride, rêne : ἡνίας ἐπισχεῖν SOPH retenir les rênes ; ἐφ’ ἡνίαν, de droite à gauche
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  • of the lady of the house, Il.3.423, al., Hdt.1.12, 3.78, Plu.Alc.23; esp. bride-chamber, Il.11.227, Pi.P.2.33 (pl.), S.Tr.913, E.Hipp.540 (lyr., pl.); also
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  • one of the bridegroom's friends who on his behalf asked the hand of the bride and rendered him various services in closing the marriage and celebrating
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  • bridegroom, Od.11.245, cf. Lyr. Alex.Adesp.11.18, Plu.Lyc.15:—Med., of the bride, μούνῳ ἑνὶ ζώναν ἀνέρι λυσαμένα AP7.324 (hence ζώνη, abs., of marriage, E
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  • Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works ῥῡτά: τά, ἴδε ῥῡτὸς 2. ῶν (τά) : bride. Étymologie: ῥυτός³. τὰ, Α βλ. ῥυτός (ΙΙ). * Αναζήτηση σε: Google | Τριανταφυλλίδη
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  • effusissimis habenis Liv. 37, 20, 10, en lâchant le plus possible les brides, à toute bride ; effusum agmen Liv. 21, 25, 8, troupes en débandade ; effusæ comæ
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  • below for lookup in third sources: τά, A festival of unveiling, when the bride first took off her maiden veil, and received presents from the bridegroom
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  • 42 (γήρ- Pap.); bind up, Opp.H.4.419; ἐπ' αὐχένι δεσμὰ βραχίοσι γ. of a bride, ib. 159:—Pass., to be bent: hence of the aged, to be weak in body, Com.Adesp
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  • rites, marriage, S.Tr.7; but 3 νυμφεῖα τοῦ σαυτοῦ τέκνου thine own son's bride, Id.Ant.568. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works νυμφεῖος:
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  • for lookup in third sources: Ep. ἐεδν-, οῦ, ὁ, A father who portions a bride, οὔ τοι ἐεδνωταὶ κακοί εἰμεν Il.13.382. * Abbreviations: ALL | General |
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  • Philonid.9. 2 καταχύσματα, τά, handfuls of nuts, figs, etc., showered over a bride, τὰ κ. κατάχει τοῦ νυμφίου Theopomp.Com.14; also on a new slave, by way of
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  • νυμφαγωγάς = leading the bride ⇢ Look up "νυμφαγωγάς" on Google | Wiktionary | LSJ full text search (Translation based on the reversal of Woodhouse's
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  • de Or. 3, 175, une sorte de rythme à la fois serré et libre ; d) sans bride, sans retenue : soluta prætura Cic. Mil. 34, une préture sans frein, cf.
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  • who attended to the necessary arrangements of a wedding on the part of the bride, a bridewoman (corresp. to the auspex on the part of the bridegroom), Varr
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A honouring the bride: μέλος ν. bridal song, A.Ag.705 (lyr.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General |
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  • friend or best man, who went beside him in his chariot to fetch his bride:—as fem. the bride's-maid, Ar.
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  • Ἱππ. 5. 3· στόμα Ἀνθ. Π. 11. 177· ἀνάγκαι Ὀρφ. Ὕμν. 55. 13. ος, ον : non bridé, sans frein. Étymologie: ἀ, χαλινόω. -ον 1 desembridado ἵππος para su cuidado
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  • Pervig. Ven. 22: quod aqua nubat terram, Arn. 3, 118.— II In partic., of a bride: alicui, to cover, veil herself for the bridegroom, i. e. to be married to
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  • sălīvārĭum, ĭī, n. (salivarius), mors de la bride du cheval : Diocl. 10, 5.
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  • λουτρόν ἐστιν, οὐ πότος Alex.9; νυμφικὰ λουτρά = the conveying of water to the bride (cf. λουτροφόρος), Poll.3.43; in NT, of baptism, Ep.Eph. 5.26; λ. παλιγγενεσίας
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  • frein à ses sentiments, à ses paroles ; alicui Cic. Att. 5, 20, 9, tenir la bride à qqn, veiller sur sa conduite ; et animo et orationi Cic. Q. 1, 1, 38, réfréner
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  • with one, to exclude from civil society, to banish, Cic. Phil. 1, 9; so the bride, on the day of marriage, received from the bridegroom aqua et ignis, as a
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  • conjunx conjunx conjugis N C :: spouse/mate/consort; husband (M); wife (F)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate
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  • Δωρ. ἀντὶ νύμφη. 1seul. au voc. c. νύμφη. 2dor. p. νύμφη. νύμφα    a bride, (married) woman Ἀελίοιό τε νύμφαν, Ῥόδον (O. 7.14) “νῦν δ' εὐρυλείμων πότνιά
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  • = ἕδνα u. s. w. épq. c. ἑδνωτής. giver of dowry, the father of the bride.;;: see ἕδνον, ἑδνόω, ἑδνωτής. -οῦ, ὁ • Alolema(s): ἑδν- EM 316.45G. 1
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  • gradu Liv. 28, 14, 17, au pas de course ; equo citato Cæs. C. 3, 96, 3, à bride abattue, de toute la vitesse de son cheval || [rhét.] : pronuntiatio citata
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  • Ἀφροδίτα E.Fr.781.17 (lyr.). II as substantive, γαμήλιος (sc. πλακοῦς), ὁ, bride cake, Philetaer.13.5. 2 γαμηλία (sc. θυσία), ἡ, wedding-feast, γαμηλίαν εἰσφέρειν
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  • pour tirer : 1 οἱ ῥυτῆρες traits d’un attelage; 2 brides ou guides de cheval ; ἀπὸ ῥυτῆρος, à toute bride; 3 courroie ou corde ; p. ext. lanière pour fouetter
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  • οὕτω δ' ἐδίδου Λίβυς ἁρμόζων κόρᾳ νυμφίον ἄνδρα (P. 9.118) from νύμφη; a bride-groom (literally or figuratively): bridegroom. νυμφίου, ὁ (νύμφη), a bridegroom:
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  • sources: (sc. δῶρα), τά, A presents made by the bridegroom on seeing the bride without the veil, = ἀνακαλυπτήρια, θεώρητρα, Poll.2.59,3.36, Hsch. 2 generally
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  • betroth, παῖδά τινι E.IA135 (anap.):— Pass., ἐμὴ φατισθεῖσα my promised bride, ib.936. III Pass., to be called, named, Ἱερὴ δὲ φατίζεται A.R.1.1019; πεφάτισται
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ἡ, A without bride-price, Il.9.146, 13.366; also of the husband, bringing no gifts, Nonn.D.4.43, 48
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  • Ἠλέκτρας Eur. жениться на Электре. νυμφεύω, fut. -σω νύμφη I. to lead the bride, to give in marriage, betroth, Eur. 2. to marry, of the woman, Lat. nubere
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  • 25, 62: oppidorum, Plin. 2, 52, 53, § 139.—    2    A leading away of the bride: sponsae in domum mariti, Dig. 23, 2, 5.—    3    An escorting, a conducting
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  • unwed and virgin that is no virgin / virgin wife and widowed maid / bride that is no bride, virgin that is virgin no more E.Hec.612. * Abbreviations: ALL
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A bride of battles, i.e. causing war by marriage, or wooed by battle, of Helen, A.Ag.686 (lyr.)
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: τά, A goods which a bride brings over and above her dowry, Sammelb.7260 ii b 7 (i A. D.), POxy.905.7(ii
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  • Latijnnederlands pronuba pronubae N F :: married woman who conducted the bride to the bridal chamber
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  • lookup in third sources: ων, τά, A presents made by the bridegroom to the bride, when she first unveiled herself, Eust.881.31, Harp. * Abbreviations: ALL
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  • брачный (εὐναί Eur.; ᾠδή Arph.). νυμφῐ́διος,,α, ον, ος, ον, [from νύμφη of a bride, bridal, Eur., Ar. νυμφίδιος = of marriage ⇢ Look up "νυμφίδιος" on Google
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  • oneself up, ἐν τοῖς βασιλείοις X.Cyr.7.2.5; also κατεκλᾴζετο shut up the bride with oneself [in the bridal-chamber], Theoc.18.5:—Pass., κατεκλᾴσθης Id.7
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  • χαλινῶν, Ξεν. Ἀπομν. 4. 2, 8. ου (τό) : atelier de sellerie (propr. de bride). Étymologie: ἡνία, ποιέω. ἡνιοποιεῖον, τὸ (Α) ηνιοποιός εργαστήριο κατασκευής
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  • third sources: ον, (πεῖρα) A making the first trial, a novice, of a bride, Theopomp.Com.94; π. τῆς τέχνης Alex.98.4; πάσης κακοπαθείας Plb.1.61.4;
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  • either a marriageable maiden, or a young (married) woman, παρθένος of a young bride, newly married woman, Homer, Iliad 2,514); ἡ παρθένον τίνος, one's marriageable
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  • 1 joue ou mâchoire d’un animal; 2 ornement sur la partie latérale d’une bride de cheval. Étymologie: παρειά. τὸ, Α 1. παρειά, μάγουλο 2. (για άλογα)
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A of a fair bride, λέχος Cat.Cod.Astr.2.175. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works εὔνυμφος
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: Adv.A like one escorting a bride, Sch.E.Hec. 388. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works νυμφοστολικῶς:
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  • bridechamber. νυμφῶνος, ὁ (νύμφη), the chamber containing the bridal bed, the bride-chamber: οἱ υἱοί τοῦ νυμφῶνος (see υἱός, 2), of the friends of the bridegroom
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  • below for lookup in third sources: τό, A wedding-gift of bridegroom to bride, CPR30ii10 (vi A.D.), etc. 2 as good as given away, Hsch. s.v. ἀντίπροικα
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  • up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands brutes brutis N F :: bride
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  • θάλαμος thalamos nuptial chamber) is a poem written specifically for the bride on the way to her marital chamber. This form continued in popularity through
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  • to separate; a virgin (from her privacy); sometimes (by continuation) a bride; also (figuratively) a city or state: maid, virgin.
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  • from חָתַן; a relative by marriage (especially through the bride); figuratively, a circumcised child (as a species of religious espousal): bridegroom,
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  • càd câble, amarre; 2 lien en gén. Étymologie: cf. skr. khalinas « frein, bride ». χᾰλῑνός    1 bridle χρυσάμπυκα κούρα χαλινὸν Παλλὰς ἤνεγκ (O. 13.65)
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  • ἀνήνιος: -ον, ἀχαλίνωτος, αὐθάδης, Ἐτυμολ. Μ. 107. 20. ος, ον : sans bride. Étymologie: ἀ, ἡνία. -ον ileso Hp. en Gal.19.81. -ον desenfrenado, que
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  • устроитель браков, сват Plat. νυμφευτής, οῦ, ὁ, νυμφεύω I. one who escorts the bride to the bridegroom's house, negotiator of a marriage, Plat. II. a bridegroom
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  • hymenaios is a genre of Greek lyric poetry sung during the procession of the bride to the groom's house in which the god is addressed, in contrast to the Epithalamium
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  • habenas equo Tib. 4, 1, 92, lâcher la bride à un cheval ; [fig.] vexandis consulibus tribunatum Liv. 2, 56, 2, lâcher la bride à son tribunat en vue de persécuter
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  • promised his father-in-law a valuable present. However, he did not pay the bride price, so Deioneus stole some of Ixion's horses in retaliation. Ixion concealed
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  • καὶ νῦν, Ξεν. Ἱππ. 9. 9., 10, 13 καὶ 16. ητος (ἡ) : relâchement de la bride d’un cheval. Étymologie: χαλαρός. χᾰλᾰρότης: -ητος, ἡ, χαλαρότητα, χαλάρωση
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  • ἀνασειράζει καὶ παρακόπτει φρένας Εὐρ. Ἱππ. 237, ἔνθα ἴδε Βαλκ. secouer la bride (pour dompter le cheval). Étymologie: ἀνά, σειράζω. I 1tirar hacia atrás
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  • which Hephaestus catches Ares, 8.276; the Trojan horse, ib.494; Ixion's bride, Pi. P.2.39; the robe of Penelope, Od.19.137 (pl.); ξύλινος δόλος = mousetrap
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  • παρθένοι φιλέοισιν ἑταῖραι ἑσπερίαις ὑποκουρίζεσθ' ἀοιδαῖς companions of the bride (P. 3.18) ἐφίλησεν οὔτε δείπνων οἰκουριᾶν μεθ' ἑταιρᾶν τέρψιας (P. 9.19)
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  • hymenaios is a genre of Greek lyric poetry sung during the procession of the bride to the groom's house in which the god is addressed, in contrast to the Epithalamium
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  • LA | Google Translator | LSJ effrēnō,¹⁵ āre (ex, freno), tr., lâcher la bride [fig.], déchaîner : Sil. 9, 496. ef-frēno, āre (ex u. freno), entzäumen
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  • with the Lapithœ, Ov. M. 12, 460. — III A son of Ægyptus, murdered by his bride, Idæa, Hyg. Fab. 170.— A statuary, Plin. 34, 8, 19, § 86. * Look up in:
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  • τά, = φθορεῖα, Dsc.2.164, Plu. 2.134f. II φθόριον ἕδνον sum given to a bride as compensation for loss of virginity, PSI9.1075.6 (v A. D.). * Abbreviations:
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  • columbarum, Plin. 30, 15, 49, § 141. —    B Flame-colored, of the veil of a bride (v. flammeus), Luc. 2, 361; cf. Plin. 21, 8, 22, § 46; Cat. 61, 10.— II Rose-colored:
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  • subst.: spērātus, i, m.; spērāta, ae, f., a betrothed, intended, a lover; a bride (ante- and post-class.): curre et nuntia Venire me et mecum speratum adducere
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A helping to deck a bride, E.IA48 (anap.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works συννυμφοκόμος:
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  • frein pour qqn || [fig.] : date frenos Liv. 34, 2, 13, lâchez les rênes, la bride ; frena injicere, ponere Hor. O. 4, 15, 10 ; Juv. 8, 88, mettre un frein ;
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  • diff. vowel, Alb. shemërë f. by-wife (from *sm̥-merī), Lith. martì f. bride, young woman (cf. Βριτό-μαρτις? s. v.); further still the unclear Lat. marītus
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  • below for lookup in third sources: Dor. μνάστ-, ἡ, fem. of μνηστήρ, A bride, AP5.275 (Agath.). II Adj. mindful of, Ἀφροδίτας μνάστειραν ὀπώραν Pi.I.2
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  • βραδέως, ὁ αὐτ. 3. 5. οῦ (ὁ) : I. instrument ou appareil pour tirer : 1 bride, rêne; 2 ὁλκοὶ τῶν νεῶν, machines pour tirer les navires à sec ; remises
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: A escort the bride or bridegroom, Ph.1.529, 2.36, Ach.Tat.1.18, al., AP9.203 (Phot. or Leo Phil.) :—
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  • from כָּלַל; a bride (as if perfect); hence, a son's wife: bride, daughter-in-law, spouse.
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  • stipulation condicio condicio condicionis N F :: marriage (contract); spouse, bride; relation of lover/mistress; paramour
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  • ignobilis, et modo Romae Municipalis eques, Juv. 8, 237: nova nupta, a bride, Juv. 2, 120.—Plur. subst.: nŏvi, ōrum, m., recent writers: est et quod appellatur
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  • ἐπινυμφίδιος: свадебный, брачный Anth. ἐπι-νυμφίδιος, ον of or for a bride, bridal, Anth.
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  • rĕtĭnācŭlum,¹³ ī, n. (retineo), toute espèce de lien, attache, corde ; bride, rênes ; amarres, cordage : Cato Agr. 135, 5 ; Liv. 21, 28, 7 ; Virg. En
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  • um, part. de infreno. (2) īnfrēnātus, a, um (in, freno), qui n’a pas de bride : Liv. 21, 44, 1 || [fig.] effréné Cassiod. Hist. eccl. 12, 4. (1) īnfrēnātus1
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, Ἐρινύς, i. e. A a bride bringing woe as vengeance, A.Ag.749(lyr.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ ōrĕæ,¹⁶ ārum, f. (os 1), mors, bride : Næv. Com. 20 ; Titin. 119 ; cf. Fest. 182, 23 ; P. Fest. 183, 8. aureæ
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ἡ, A bride betrothed for ἕδνα, Hsch. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite 716]
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  • happiness, of Aphrodite, S.Tr.515 (lyr.), AP5.244 (Maced.). 2 a beauteous bride, S.Ant.796 (lyr.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite
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  • l’ennemi ; equo admisso Cic. Fin. 2, 61 ; Cæs. G. 1, 22, 2, à toute bride, à bride abattue ; admissi equi Ov. F. 4, 674, chevaux lancés || [d’où, poét
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  • promised his father-in-law a valuable present. However, he did not pay the bride price, so Deioneus stole some of Ixion's horses in retaliation. Ixion concealed
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  • réprime ses écarts (la ramène dans l’ordre) 3 [fig.] contenir, tenir en bride, réprimer : cupiditates Cic. de Or. 1, 194, réprimer les passions ; fenus
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  • (Aeol. word acc. to Sch.S.l.c.: also, betrothed maiden, married woman, and bride, acc. to Hsch.) * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite
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  • cineres facem, Hor. C. 4, 13, 28.—At weddings, the torch carried before the bride on the way to her home, usually made of white-thorn (Spina alba) or pine
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  • grain in, Hor. S. 1, 1, 53 Acro; id. Ep. 1, 7, 30; for the utensils of a bride, Paul. ex Fest. p. 63, 12; Varr. l. l. * Look up in: Google | Google Books
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  • Ξεν. Ἱππ. 7. 1, Πολυδ. Ι΄, 25· πρβλ. ῥυτὴρ 2. 6, ἀγωγεὺς ΙΙ. έως (ὁ) : bride d’un cheval. Étymologie: ῥυτά, ἄγω. ῥῡτᾰγωγεύς: -έως, ὁ, καπίστρι, σχοινί
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  • pres. also μνάομαι, μνῶμαι, μνώοντο, μνωόμενος etc. (Il.), woo for ones bride, court (Od.) solicit (Hdt., Pi.), προμνάομαι court for (S., Pl., X.); cf
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  • rĕfrēnus, a, um (re, frenum), non retenu par le frein [à bride abattue] : CIL 8, 7416. refrēnus, a, um (re u. frenum), gezähmt, equus, Corp. inscr. Lat
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  • the wedding, Id.3.49, Poll.3.39, Hsch., Suid.; also, presents given to the bride, Poll. l.c. III ἐπαύλιος· ἡ τῆς αὐλῆς ὁδός, Suid., Zonar. * Abbreviations:
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  • Hilaīra: ae, f., = Ἱλάειρα, I daughter of Leucippus and bride of Ida, Prop. 1, 2, 16. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search
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  • ὑμέναιον ἀοιδαῖς ἰαχαῖς τε νύμφαν sound aloud the bridal hymn in honour of the bride, ib.335 (lyr.); ἔλεγον ἰήϊον ἐβόα κίθαρις E.Hyps. Fr.3(1).iii 10. 4 noise
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  • 10, Hdt.1.34; of a brother, Od.15.238; of friends of the bridegroom and bride, Od.6.28, Hes.Sc.274: later in Pass. of the wife, PGnom.138 (ii A.D.). 3
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  • (Cf. Skt. κρīνā´τι, OIr. crenid, Welsh prynu 'buy', Old Lith. krienas 'bride-price'.) * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite 700] kaufen
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  • or, acc. to Serv., in token of divine honors, Verg. A. 6, 665.—Also by brides and Vestal virgins, regarded as a symbol of chastity: capite compto crinis
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  • antipherni N N :: return-present (pl.) which the bridegroom brought to the bride (Cod. Just.)
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  • destinata destinatae N F :: betrothed female; bride
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  • cojux cojugis N C :: spouse/mate/consort; husband (M); wife (F)/bride/fiancee/concubine; yokemate
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  • ἠγίνεον and ἠγίνευν, Il. 18.493; iter. ἀγίνεσκον, lead, conduct, bring; of a bride, Il. 18.492; ‘haul’ wood, Il. 24.784.
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  • ἀκροατὰς λαμβάνεις Men.Kith.Fr. 6; οἰ. νυμφίος a bridegroom who takes his bride without (or not on account of) a portion, Id.103, cf. Ath.6.247e; τοὺς διακονοῦντας
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  • laisser aller, d’où 1 lâcher, relâcher : τὰς ἡνίας τοῖς λόγοις PLAT lâcher la bride à ses discours; 2 concéder, accorder, permettre : τινι τὴν ἡγεμονίαν THC
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  • gʷen-h₂ (seen in Skt. jáni-), gen. *gʷn-eh₂-s. - On μνάομαι woo for ones bride s.s.v.. - Full grade in βενέω, variant of βινέω acc. to De Lamberterie, RPh
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  • third sources: [ῠ], ὁ, (Ὑμήν) A the wedding or bridal song, sung by the bride's attendants as they led her to the bridegroom's house, Il.18.493, Hes.Sc
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  • consponsāta: ae, f. sponso, I the betrothed, the bride (late Lat.), Ambros. in Luc. 3, 3. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search
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  • links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A loving the bridegroom or bride, AP 10.21 (Phld.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite
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  • Etymology: Beside Ϝέτας Slavic has a word for relative married in, who gains a bride, e. g. ORuss. svatъ, IE *su̯ōtos; in Baltic a word for guest, Lith. svẽčas
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  • θάλαμος thalamos nuptial chamber) is a poem written specifically for the bride on the way to her marital chamber. This form continued in popularity through
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  • parl. de brebis à longue queue ; ἵππον HDT tirer un cheval en tenant la bride sous le bras; 2 traîner à sa suite, entraîner : τὸ δ’ ἐφέλκετο ἔγχος IL la
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  • II. intr. 1 se hâter, se presser : σπεύδειν ἀπὸ ῥυτῆρος SOPH se hâter à bride abattue, càd en toute hâte ; σπ. ταχέως AR, θᾶσσον EUR, ὅτι ou ὡς τάχιστα
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  • man, beget children, Hes.Fr.138, E.Ph.19, Hel.1146 (lyr.); νύμφης from a bride, Id.Med.805, cf. Stud.Ital.2.382 (Itanus): metaph., Ὀρφεὺς χέλυν ἐτέκνωσε
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  • links below for lookup in third sources: ἔργον the work A of an evil bride, Nonn.D.3.308. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A busied with the bride, title of a poem by Sophron, Ath.8.362c. * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • decemviri cogerent, Suet. Aug. 36 fin.—    C A little spear with which a bride's hair was parted into locks, Ov. F. 2, 560.—    D A spear, as a gymnastic
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  • [κᾰλύπτω] 1. a head-covering used by women, a hood or veil, Il.; worn by brides, Aesch.; a covering put over the face of the dead, Soph. 2. a grave, Anth
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  • Polyxena. After the death of Paris, Deiphobus was given Helen of Troy as a bride for his deeds in the war, defeating the bid of his other brother, Helenus
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  • Androktasiai, the Phonoi and the Keres. In Aesop's fable of "War and his Bride", told by Babrius and numbered 367 in the Perry Index, it is related how
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  • to separate; a virgin (from her privacy); sometimes (by continuation) a bride; also (figuratively) a city or state: maid, virgin.
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  • α, ον : qui sert à brider : ὁρμᾶται χαλᾷ τ’ ἀμπυκτήρια SOPH il s’élance à bride abattue (litt. et relâche les rênes). Étymologie: ἀμπυκτήρ.
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  • al.—    B Subst.    1    dēstĭnāta, ae, f., = sponsa, a betrothed female, bride, Suet. Caes. 27; cf. Plin. Ep. 5, 16, 6.—    2    dēs-tĭnātum, i, n.    a
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  • fin.—    B Trop. (acc. to contineo, I. B. 2. b., and continens, B.), a briding, restraining of one's passions and desires, abstemiousness, continence,
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  • suitors, Hor. Ep. 1, 2, 28.—    B spon-sa, ae, f., a betrothed woman, a bride: scio equidem, sponsam tibi esse et filium ex sponsā tuā, Plaut. Truc. 4
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  • home, epithet of Jupiter and Juno, as deities of marriage, who bring the bride to her husband's home, Aug. Civ. D. 6, 9; 7, 3; Mart. Cap. 2, § 149. * Look
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  • links below for lookup in third sources: δῶρα, τά, presents A made to the bride on the morning after the wedding, Amphis 49. * Abbreviations: ALL | General
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  • Latijnnederlands cingillum cingilli N N :: woman's girdle; (esp. that worn by a bride)
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  • lookup in third sources: α, ον, A accosting; δῶρα π. gifts brought to a bride with a salutation, Id.3.36. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works
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  • Parm.1.10, A.Pers.537 (anap.), Supp.122; καλύπτρα πλοκάμων Archil.18; esp. bride's veil, Euph.107.4: metaph., δνοφερὰ καλύπτρα the dark veil of night, A.Ch
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  • s. ἡνίον: τό, ἵδε ἡνία, τά. ου (τό) : d’ord. au pl. ἡνία, ων (τά) : brides, rênes. Étymologie: cf. ἡνία. ἡνίον: τό, βλ. ἡνία, τά. ἡνίον, ου, τό
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  • name of a girl (so called after the daughter of Lycambes, the affianced bride of Archilochus), Hor. C. 3, 12, 5. * Look up in: Google | Google Books |
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  • zusammenschnüren, Nonn. D. 25, 189. -ῶ : 1 changer en guêpe; 2 attacher ou brider solidement. Étymologie: διά, σφηκόω. 1 en v. med., en perf. tener forma
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  • , αξονοδέται, από το 1858 στο Ναυτικό Ονοματολόγιο ως απόδοση του γαλλ. brides d' essieu]. * Αναζήτηση σε: Google | Τριανταφυλλίδη | Βικιπαίδεια | Βικιλεξικό
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  • 40, 7, 3: avellamus eum ad nos, Vulg. Isa. 7, 6; so of carrying off the bride, Cat. 62, 21 Ellis.—    B To separate from something by pulling, to part
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  • meton., soldiership, military service, Cod Just. 7, 38, 1; 12, 17, 3—Of the bride's girdle: cingulo nova nupta praecingebatur, quod vir in lecto solvebat,
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  • de temps continuer, persister; III. retenir : ἐπ. ἡνίαν SOPH retenir une bride ; στόμα EUR retenir sa bouche, se taire ; τινά τινος retenir qqn de faire
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ιδος, ἡ, A bride's mother, POxy.1273.26 (iii A.D.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: τά, A bride's ornaments, Orac. ap. Phleg.Fr.36.10J.cod. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works
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  • gymnasium, Petron. 85, 3.—    c Aliquam alicui, ad aliquem, to lead, conduct a bride (from her father's house) to her husband (cf. denubo): bona uxor si ea deducta
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  • | LSJ frēnō,¹¹ āvī, ātum, āre (frenum), tr., mettre un frein, un mors, brider : Hirt. G. 8, 15, 4 ; Virg. En. 5, 554 || [fig.] contenir, modérer, retenir
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  • un frein à, brider : Liv. 37, 20, 12 || currus Virg. En. 12, 287, atteler des chars 2 [fig.] b) assujettir, fixer : Plin. 9, 100 ; b) brider, dompter :
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  • (φρύγω) A a vessel for roasting barley, Polyzel. 6 (troch.(?)): carried by brides in procession, as a symbol of household duties, LexSolonisap.Poll.1.246
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  • προηγητής (one who goes before to show the way, guide, one who conducts the bride's car in her procession), E. Ba. 1159 (lyr.), Ph. 2.107. * Abbreviations:
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  • laisser flotter les rênes ; immissis frenis Virg. En. 11, 889, à toute bride || laisser croître : vitem Varro R. 1, 31, 3, laisser la vigne se développer ;
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  • femme ; conversis fugax aufertur habenis Virg. En. 11, 713, ayant tourné bride, il s’éloigne en fuyant ; pennis aufertur Olympum Virg. En. 11, 867, elle
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  • Androktasiai, the Phonoi and the Keres. In Aesop's fable of "War and his Bride", told by Babrius and numbered 367 in the Perry Index, it is related how
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  • ōnis, or Tă-lassĭus (Thăl-), ii, m., I a congratulatory exclamation to a bride, in use from the time of Romulus, like the Gr. Ὑμὴν ὦ νμέναιε. Its meaning
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  • Androktasiai, the Phonoi and the Keres. In Aesop's fable of "War and his Bride", told by Babrius and numbered 367 in the Perry Index, it is related how
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  • Phld.Mort.18. 2 trans. in Med., νύμφας ἐς οἴκους ἑρματίζονται they take brides into their houses as ballast, E.Fr.402.8, cf. Lyc.1319. * Abbreviations:
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  • des agrafes, appelées en grec ancien περόναι / perónai. Des fibules ou des brides permettaient d’ordinaire de l’attacher aux deux épaules, en laissant les
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  • ἐμβαλόντες ἡνίας παράκτιοι δραμεῖσθε ; EUR allons ! qu’attendez-vous pour brider vos chevaux, courir au rivage ? Étymologie: cf. lat. eia. εἶα an exhortation
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  • the goddess who guides the steps of the child into the world, and of the bride to her new home, Aug. Civ. Dei, 7, 3; Mart. Cap. 2, § 149. * Look up in:
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  • guide, S. OT1292, Ant.990, Aristid.Or.41(4).12. 2 one who conducts the bride's car in her procession, ὀρεωκόμον καὶ προηγητὴν ἀκολουθεῖν τῷ ζεύγει Hyp
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  • ἐξυβρίσαι, wie unser zügeln, Plut. Lys. 21. -ῶ : mettre un mors dans, brider, acc. ; fig. réfréner. Étymologie: ἐν, χαλινόω. (ἐγχᾰλῑνόω) 1 embridar
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  • of Mars, on the 1st of March, at which presents were given to matrons and brides, Ov. F. 3, 229; Suet. Vesp. 19; Mart. 5, 84, 10; cf. Macr. S. 1, 12, 7;
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ον, A with many brides, Poll.3.48. * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors & Works [Seite 667] mit
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  • of Pisa, Elis. Like the other suitors of the latter, he was killed by the bride's father, King Oenomaus. Eurymachus, son of Antenor and Theano. He was the
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  • Ep. 8, 7 2 faire tourner, retourner : frenis equos Liv. 1, 14, 6, tourner bride ; circumacto agmine Liv. 3, 8, 8, la colonne ayant fait demi-tour ; circumagit
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  • Λουκ. π. Εἰκόν. 10, π. Διαβολ. 12. I. fermer la bouche à, d’où 1 museler, brider; 2 voiler sa bouche avec la φορβειά ; obstruer en gén. II. faire que qch
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  • caelibalis caelibalis, caelibale ADJ :: [~ hasta => small spear/pin with which bride's hair was divided into 6 locks]
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  • EN | Wikipedia LA | Google Translator | LSJ offrēnātus¹⁶ (ob-), a, um, bridé, dompté, maîtrisé : Pl. Capt. 755 ; Apul. M. 6, 19 ; Apol. 77. offrēnātus
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  • , = ἀντίφερνα, I the return-present which the bridegroom brought to the bride, Cod. Just. 5, 3, 20. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC
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  • profectitia, profectitium ADJ :: derived in ordinary course of law from bride's family (dowry); deriving from
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  • Google Translator | LSJ offendix, ĭcis, f., pl., nœuds qui attachent les brides du bonnet pontifical (apex ) : Fest. 205 || attaches, fermoirs d’un livre :
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  • ἡ, τὸ χαλινοῦν, Ξεν. Ἱππ. 3, 11, Πολυδ. Α΄, 184. εως (ἡ) : action de brider. Étymologie: χαλινόω. χᾰλίνωσις: [ῖ], -εως, ἡ, χαλίνωμα, σε Ξεν. χᾰλίνωσις:
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  • Prisc. p. 631 P.), I a small spear or pin, with the point of which the bride's hair was divided into six locks, Arn. 2, 6, 7; Paul. ex Fest. p. 62, 16
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  • of Pisa, Elis. Like the other suitors of the latter, he was killed by the bride's father, King Oenomaus. Eurymachus, son of Antenor and Theano. He was the
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  • citatis equis avolant Romam Liv. 1, 57, 8, ils partent pour Rome à toutes brides ; voluptas avolat Cic. Fin. 2, 106, le plaisir s’envole. ā-volo, āvī,
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  • profecticia, profecticium ADJ :: derived in ordinary course of law from bride's family (dowry); deriving from
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