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Ἔρως ἀνίκατε μάχαν -> O love, invincible in battle!
Sophocles, Antigone, 781

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

abbās: ātis, m. id.,
I the head of an ecclesiastical community, an abbot (eccl. Lat.), Sid. 16, 114; Inscr. Mommsen, 3485 (A. D. 468).—Hence, abbātissa, ae, f., an abbess, Inscr. Mommsen, 3896 (A. D. 570); and abbātĭa, ae, f., an abbey (eccl. Lat.), Hler.

Latin > German (Georges)

abbās, ātis, m. (chald. אבע Vater), der Abt, Eccl. – Nbf. abba, Ven. Fort. carm. 4, 4, 16.

Latin > English

abbas abbatis N M :: abbot; head of an ecclesiastical community; father; any respected monk (early)