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Μὴ φῦναι τὸν ἅπαντα νικᾷ λόγον -> Not to be born is, past all prizing, best.
Sophocles, Oedipus Coloneus l. 1225

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

abrŏtŏnum: (or better, hab-), i, n., abrŏtŏnus, i, m., = ἁβρότονον,
I a plant of a pleasant, aromatic smell, southernwood; perh. Artemisia abrotonum, Linn.: abrotoni graves, Lucr. 4, 125; so m.: gravem serpentibus urunt abrotonum, Luc. 9, 921: abrotonum aegro non audet dare (as a medicine), Hor. Ep. 2, 1, 114; cf. Plin. 21, 10, 34, §§ 60 and 160; Scrib. Comp. 7 sq., 167.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

abrŏtŏnum,¹⁵ ī, n., (ἀβρότονον) Plin. et abrŏtŏnus, ī, m. Lucr. 4, 125, aurone [plante médicinale].
     qqf. habrot-.

Latin > German (Georges)

abrotonum (habrotonum), ī, n. (ἀβρότονον), Stabwurz (Artemisia Abrotonum, L.), Hor., Cels. u.a. – Nbf. abrotonus (habrotonus), ī, f. (ἀβρότονος), Lucan. 9, 921: Plur., abrotoni graves, Lucr. 4, 123.

Latin > English

abrotonum abrotoni N N :: aromatic plant, southern-wood (medicine)