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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

aster: ĕris, m., = ἀστήρ.
I A star, Macr. Somn. Scip. 1, 14.—
II Esp.
   A Aster Atticus, the Italian starwort, aster: Aster amellus, Linn.: aster ab aliquis bubonion appellatur, Plin. 27, 5, 19, § 36; App. Herb. 60.—
   B Aster Samius, a kind of Samian earth, whose nature and healing power are described in Plin. 35, 16, 53, § 191.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

astēr, ĕris, m. (ἀστήρ), étoile : Macr. Scip. 1, 14 || aster Atticus Plin. 27, 36, amelle [plante]; aster Samius Plin. 35, 191, terre blanche de Samos.

Latin > German (Georges)

astēr, eris, m. (ἀστήρ), I) der Stern, rein lat. stella, Macr. somn. Scip. 1, 14, 21 (ed. Ian griech. geschr.). – II) aster Atticus, eine Pflanze, bei Plin. auch bubonion, bei Verg. u. Col. amellus gen., die italienische Sternblume (Aster Amellus, L.), Plin. 27, 36. Ps. Apul. herb. 60. – III) aster Samius, eine Art samischer Erde, weil sie mit einem Stern bezeichnet wurde, Plin. 35, 191.

Latin > English

aster asteris N M :: plant (Aster amellus?); kind of Samian clay; star (= astrum), destiny (?)