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Sidon

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Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

Σιδών, -ῶνος, ἡ.

of Sidon, adj.: Σιδώνιος.

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

Sīdon: ō̆nis (usu. ō, as in Greek; but in the derivatives
I common. A later collat. form Sīdōnĭa, ae, Just. 11, 10, 8; cf.: Babylonia, Lacedaemonia, etc.), f, = Σιδών, ῶνος and όνος, Heb. and Phoen. a very ancient and celebrated Phœnician city, the mother-city of Tyre, now Saida, Mel. 1, 12, 2; Plin. 5, 19, 17, § 76; Just. 18, 3, 4; Cic. Att. 9, 9, 2; Luc. 3, 217 al.; abl. Sidone, Lucr. 6, 585; Ov. M. 4, 571; cf. acc. Sīdōna Verg A. 1, 619; abl. Sīdŏne, Sil. 8, 438.—Hence,
   A Sīdŏ̄nĭus, a, um, adj.
   1    Of or belonging to Sidon, Sidonian: urbs, i. e. Sidon, Verg. A. 4, 545; cf. moenia, Ov. P. 1, 3, 77: amor, i. e. Jupiter's for Europa (of Sidon), Mart. 7, 32.—
   2    Poet., Phœnician: raptus, i. e. of Europa, Stat. Th. 1, 5: rates, Ov. Tr. 4, 3, 2: hospes, i. e. Cadmus, id. M. 3, 129: Dido, Verg. A. 11, 74: nautae, Hor. Epod. 16, 59: murex, Tib. 3, 3, 18; cf. ostrum, Hor. Ep. 1, 10, 26; so, vestis, Prop. 2, 16 (3, 8), 55: chlamys, Verg. A. 4, 137: palla, Prop. 4 (5), 9, 47: mitra, id. 2, 29 (3, 27), 15 et saep.—
   3    Carthaginian: duces, Sil. 1, 10: miles, id. 17, 213: cuspis, id. 5, 474.—
   4    Because Thebes, in Bœotia, was said to have been founded by Cadmus, Theban: Sidoniae comites, i. e. Ismenides, Ov. M. 4, 542: turres, Stat. Th. 7, 443.—Subst plur.: Sīdō̆nĭi, ōrum, m., the Sidonians, Sall. J. 78, 1; and poet., Phœnicians, Ov. F. 3, 108.—*
   B Sīdōnĭ-cus, a, um, adj., of or belonging to Sidon, Sidonian, Sall. J. 78, 4.—
   C Sīdō̆nis, ĭdis, adj. f., Sidonian; poet., Phœnician: tellus, i. e. Phœnicia, Ov. M. 2, 840: concha, i. e. purple, id. ib. 10, 267.—More freq. subst., a Sidonian or Phœnician woman; of Europa, Ov. A. A. 3, 252; id. F. 5, 610; 5, 617; Stat. Th. 9, 334.—Of Dido, Ov. M. 14, 80.—Of Anna, Ov. F. 3, 649; Sil. 8, 70: Sīdōnĭda, id. 8, 194.

Latin > French (Gaffiot 2016)

(1) Sīdōn, ōnis, m., fils aîné de Chanaan, qui fonda Sidon : Bibl. ; Isid. Orig. 9, 2, 22 || v. Sidon 2.
(2) Sīdōn,¹⁴ ōnis et ŏnis, f. (Σιδών), Sidon [ville de Phénicie] ; par ext.] Tyr : Cic. Att. 9, 9, 2 ; Plin. 5, 76 ; Virg. En. 1, 619 ; Sil. 8, 438.

Latin > German (Georges)

Sīdōn, ōnis, f. (Σιδών, ῶνος, u. όνος), die älteste u. wichtigste Stadt Phöniziens, nördlich von Tyrus in einer von Bergen eingeschlossenen Ebene, Mutterstadt von Tyrus, schon zu Homers Zeiten berühmt durch Handel, Schiffahrt u. Künste, j. Saida, Mela 1, 12, 2 (1. § 66). Cic. ad Att. 9, 9, 2: Akk. Sīdōna, Curt. 4, 1 (3), 15 u. (mit langem o) Verg. Aen. 1, 619: Abl. Sīdōne (mit langem o), Lucr. 6, 585. Ov. met. 4, 572; u. Sīdone (mit kurzem o), Sil. 8, 438. – Dav.: A) Sīdōnicus, a, um (Σιδωνικός), sidonisch, Sall. – B) Sīdones, um, m. (Σιδόνες), die Sidoner, Curt. – C) Sīdōnis u. Sīdonis, idis, f., sidonisch, tyrisch, concha, tyrischer Purpur, Ov.: tellus, Phönizien, Ov. – subst. = die Sidonierin, v. der Europa, Ov. art. am. 3, 252 (Vok. Sidoni); fast. 5, 610 u. 617 (Vok. Sidoni): v. der Dido, Ov. met. 14, 80: von Anna, der Schwester der Dido, Ov. fast. 3, 649. – D) Sīdōnius u. Sīdonius, a, um (Σιδώνιος, poet. Σιδόνιος, sidonisch, tyrisch, phönizisch, navis, Liv.: hospes, Kadmus, Ov.: urbs, Verg., od. moenia, Ov., die Stadt Sidon: amor, der Europa, Mart.: bes. vom Purpur, ostrum, Ov.: chlamys, purpurn, Verg. – subst., Sīdōnia, ae, f., die Gegend um Sidon, Iustin.: Sīdōniī, ōrum, m. (Σιδώνιοι), die Sidonier od. Tyrier, Ov. u. Curt. – weil Karthago u. Theben von Sidon abstammen, dah.: α) karthagisch, Sil.: subst., Sīdōniī, ōrum, m., die Karthager, Sil. – β) thebisch, thebanisch, Stat.

Wikipedia EN

Sidon, known locally as Sayda or Saida (Arabic: صيدا‎), is the third-largest city in Lebanon. It is located in the South Governorate, of which it is the capital, on the Mediterranean coast. Tyre to the south and Lebanese capital Beirut to the north are both about 40 kilometres (25 miles) away. Sidon has a population of about 80,000 within city limits, while its metropolitan area has more than a quarter-million inhabitants.

Translations

ar: صيدا; arz: صيدا; az: Sayda; be: Сайда; bg: Сайда; ca: Sidó; ceb: Sidon; csb: Sydón; cs: Sidón; cu: Сїдѡнъ; cy: Sidon; de: Sidon; el: Σιδώνα; en: Sidon; eo: Cidono; es: Sidón; et: Şaydā; eu: Sidon; fa: صیدا; fi: Sidon; fr: Sidon; ga: Siodón; gl: Sidón; he: צידון; hr: Sidon; hu: Szidón; hy: Սայդա; hyw: Սայտա; id: Sidon; is: Sídon; it: Sidone; ja: サイダ; kab: Ṣayda; ka: სიდონი; kl: Sidon; ko: 시돈; la: Sidon; lmo: Sidun; lt: Sidonas; lv: Saida; ms: Sidon; mzn: صیدا; nl: Sidon; nn: Sidon; no: Sayda; pam: Sidon; pl: Sydon; pt: Sídon; ro: Sidon; ru: Сайда; sco: Sidon; sh: Sidon; simple: Sidon; sl: Sidon; so: Sayda; sr: Сидон; sv: Sayda; sw: Sidoni; ta: சிதோன்; th: ไซดอน; tr: Sayda; uk: Сайда; ur: صیدا; uz: Sayda; vep: Sidon; war: Sidon; wuu: 赛达; yi: צידון; zh: 赛达