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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

attrītus: a, um, P. a., v. attero.
attrītus: ūs, m. attero,
I a rubbing on or against something (post-Aug.).
I In gen.: (sues) inter se dimicant indurantes attritu arborum costas, Plin. 8, 52, 78, § 212; 9, 45, 68, § 147; 16, 40, 77, § 208; 37, 3, 12, § 48; Sen. Ira, 3, 4.—
II Med. t., an inflammation of the skin caused by rubbing (cf. attero, P a.): ulcera ex attritu facta, Plin. 33, 6, 35, § 105; 26, 8, 58, § 91 (Jan, trita); 28, 16, 62, § 222.

Latin > German (Georges)

(1) attrītus1 (adtrītus), a, um, PAdi. m. Compar. (v. attero), abgerieben, abgenutzt, I) eig.: A) im allg.: ansa, Verg.: toga, Mart.: Compar., ut rictum eius ac mentum paulo sit attritius, Cic. Verr. 4, 94. – B) insbes., wund gerieben, attritae partes, u. subst., attrīta, ōrum, n., wund geriebene Teile, Plin. – II) übtr.: a) attrita frons, schamlose, freche Stirn, Iuven. 13, 242. – b) v. Redner, in der Darstellung abgeschwächt, matt, Calvus exsanguis et attritus, Tac. dial. 18.
(2) attrītus2 (adtrītus), ūs, m. (attero), I) das Anreiben, das Reiben (die Reibung) an etw., m. Genet. des Orts woran? sues indurantes attritu arborum costas, Plin.: m. subj. Genet. der Sache, nubium adtritu fulmina nascuntur, Sall. fr.: attritu aëris, Sen.: magnorum inter se corporum attritus, Sen.: attritus inter se ligni, Plin.: locustas pinnarum et feminum attritu sonare credatur sane, Plin.: absol., apri tela (Hauer) sua attritu acuentes, Sen.: myrrhiten attritu incitare ad calorem, warm reiben, Solin.: lateribus attritu exulceratis, wund gerieben, Sen.: femora atteri adurique attritu notum est, Plin. – II) übtr., die von starker Reibung herrührende Entzündung der Haut, ulcera ex attritu facta, Plin.: sedis vitia et attritus, Plin. – / Dat. attritu, Plin. 2, 239.

Latin > English

attritus attrita -um, attritior -or -us, attritissimus -a -um ADJ :: worn, worn down by use; smoothed; hardened, brazen; thin (style), attenuated
attritus attritus attrita -um, attritior -or -us, attritissimus -a -um ADJ :: rubbed (off/away), wasted; bruised; shameless, impudent, brazen
attritus attritus attritus N M :: action/process of rubbing/grinding; friction; chafing, abrasion, bruising