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cucumis

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

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

cŭcŭmis: ĕris (is, sometimes in the Nat. Hist. of Pliny; e. g. acc. cucumim, Plin. 9, 2, 1, § 3; 20, 1, 2, § 3; abl. cucumi, id. 20, 9, 40, § 103 al.;
I together with cucumeris, id. 19, 5, 23, § 68; 19, 12, 61, § 186: cucumeres, id. 19, 5, 24, § 69 (cucumis, Sillig): cucumerum, id. 19, 5, 23, § 68 al.), m.
I A cucumber, Col. 11, 3, 48; Plin. 19, 5, 23, § 64 sq.; Pall. Mart. 9, 7; Varr. R. R. 1, 2, 25; Verg. G. 4, 122 al.—
II A sea-plant, similar in color and odor to the cucumber, Plin. 9, 2, 1, § 3.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

cŭcŭmis,¹⁴ mis et mĕris, m., concombre : Plin. 37, 55 ; Varro L. 5, 104 || concombre marin : Plin. 9, 3.

Latin > German (Georges)

cucumis, meris, m. (vgl. griech. κύκιον), I) die Gurke, Varro LL. 5, 104. Cels. 2, 18 u. 20. Col. 11, 3, 48. Plin. 19, 61 u. ö. Vulg. num. 5, 11: c. anguinus od. anguineus, Varro r. r. 1, 2, 25. Col. 2, 9, 10 u. 7, 10, 5: cucumeres primi, erste Sorte G., Edict. Diocl. 6, 28. – II) eine an Farbe u. Geruch der Gurke ähnliche Seepflanze, Plin. 9, 3. – / Nom. cucumer verworfen von Caper de verb. dub. 7, 109, 4: Genet. cucumis, Plin. 37, 55 u. 57: Dat. cucumi, Plin. 19, 181: Acc. cucumin, Plin. 9, 2 u. 20, 7, cucumim, Plin. 20, 8: Abl. cucumi, Plin. 19, 118 u. 20, 103: Acc. plur. cucumis, Plin. 19, 69.

Latin > English

cucumis cucumeris N M :: cucumber (plant/fruit); kind of marine animal (sea cucumber?)
cucumis cucumis cucumeris N N :: cucumber