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Ἦθος ἀνθρώπῳ δαίμων -> A man's character is his fate
Heraclitus, fr. B 119 Diels

German > Latin

schütteln, quatere. – quassare (heftig, tüchtig sch.). – concutere (hin u. her schütteln, rüttelnn. schütteln, z.B. scuta, arborem). – iactare (hin u. her werfen). – decutere (herabschütteln. z.B. poma). – den Kopf sch., quatere od. quassare od. concutere caput; iactare cervices; renuere (schüttelnd verneinen): über etwas den Kopf sch. (es mißbilligen), alqd improbare: vom Fieber geschüttelt werden, febri iactari. – sich schütteln, se concutere. se excutere (den Körper heftig rütteln, z.B. von Vögeln, die ihr Gefieder schütteln); membra quatiuntur (v. Menschen); cohorrescere. inhorrescere (schaudern, v. Menschen).