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circumlino

Sophocles, Antigone, 781

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

circum-lĭno: lĭtum, 3 (
I perf. late Lat. circumlinisti, Vulg. Ezech. 23, 40), v. a. (access. form circumlĭnĭo, īre; cf. lino; so, circumliniunt, Quint. 12, 9, 8 Spald. N. er.: circumliniri, id. 1, 11, 6: circumliniendus, Col. 6, 16, 3; 6, 17, 9).
I Aliquid alicui, to smear, stick, or spread all over, to besmear: vulneribus aliquid circumlinitur, Plin. 22, 23, 49, § 103: Galbanum ramis ellebori circumlitum, id. 24, 5, 13, § 22: ciroumlita taedis sulfura, Ov. M. 3, 373.—Far more freq.,
II Aliquid aliquā re, to besmear something all over with something, to anoint, bedaub (class.; most freq. in part. perf. pass.): oculum pice liquidā, Col. 6, 17 fin.: labellum luto, id. 12, 44, 1. —Absol.: oculum, Plin. Ep. 6, 2, 2: alvos fimo bubulo, Plin. 21, 14, 47, § 80; 28, 11, 47, § 167.—In part.: corpora fuco, * Lucr. 2, 744: circumliti mortui cerā, * Cic. Tusc. 1, 45, 108: fictile argillā, Plin. 33, 9, 46, § 131 al.: pictura, in quā nihil circumlitum est, is painted around, Quint. 8, 5, 26.—
   B -Trop.: extrinsecus adductis ea rebus circumliniunt, they elevate them, as it were, by strong coloring, embellish, Quint. 12, 9, 8.—And (the figure derived from smearing musical instruments with wax, in order to produce a deep tone): simplicem vocis naturam pleniore quodam sono circumlinire, quod Graeci καταπεπλασμένον dicunt, Quint. 1, 11, 7; cf. id. 11, 3, 20: nisi (mendacium) ornatu aliunde quaesito circumlitum fuerit ac politum, Lact. 3, 1, 3.—
   C Poet., in gen., to cover, clothe: circumlita saxa musco, * Hor. Ep. 1, 10, 7: (Midas) auro, Ov M. 11, 136.

Latin > German (Georges)

circum-lino, litum, ere, u. circumlinio, liniī, īre, I) alqd alci rei, etw. um etw. schmieren, kleben, etwas einer Sache umschmieren, umkleben, sulfura taedis, Ov.: alqd vulneribus, Plin. – II) alqd alqā re, etw. mit etw. umschmieren, umkleben, 1) übh.: c. oculum pice liquidā, Col.: oculos stibio, Vulg.: papillas suas aliquā amaritudine, Augustin.: circumlitum fictile argillā, Plin.: circumlitus (Midas) auro, überzogen, Ov.: u. so circumlita saxa musco, Hor. – 2) insbes., durch Umstreichen mit Farbe hervorheben, heben, markieren, oculum modo dextrum modo sinistrum (ein Kunstgriff der Redner nachaug. Zeit), Plin. ep.: pictura, in qua nihil circumlitum est, Quint.: im Bilde, extrinsecus adductis ea rebus circumlinunt, heben sie gleichs. durch starkes Auftragen (v. den Rednern), Quint. 12, 9, 8: simplicem vocis naturam pleniore quodam sono circumliniri, quod Graeci καταπεπλασμένον dicunt (v. Musiker), Quint. 1, 11, 6: nisi (mendacium) ornatu aliunde quaesito circumlitum fuerit ac politum, Lact. 3, 1, 3. – / Formen v. circumlinio Perf. circumlinisti, Vulg. Ezech. 23, 40: Infin. circumliniri, Quint. 1, 11, 6: Partiz. circumliniendus, Col. 6, 17, 9 (doch cod. Sang. circumlinendus).

Latin > English

circumlino circumlinere, circumlevi, circumlitus V TRANS :: smear/anoint all over (with); decorate, daub/paint around, paint background