Ask at the forum if you have an Ancient or Modern Greek query!

cutis

Μολὼν λαβέ -> Come and take them
Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

cŭtis: is (acc. cutem, App. Mag. p. 306, 14), f. kindr. with κύτος; Sanscr. gudh; Germ. Haut,
I the skin.
I Prop., Planc. ap. Cic. Fam. 10, 18, 3; Cels. 2, 8; Plin. 28, 12, 50, § 183 sq.; Quint. 11, 3, 78; Hor. C. 1, 28, 13; id. A. P. 476; Sen. Ep. 95, 16; 123, 7 al.—In plur., Plin. 6, 31, 36, § 200; 11, 37, 45, § 128.—
   b Prov.: curare cutem, to take care of one's skin, i. e. to make much of one's self, Hor. Ep. 1, 2, 29; 1, 4, 15 (for which pelliculam curare, id. S. 2, 5, 38): cogere aliquem intra suam cutem, Sen. Ep. 9, 13: cute perditus, sick in one's body, Pers. 1, 23: ego te intus et in cute novi, I know you thoroughly, id. 3, 30.—
   B Transf.
   1    Hide, leather: calceus est sartā terque quaterque cute, Mart. 1, 103, 6.—
   2    A soft coating, covering of any thing; the skin, rind, surface (several times in the Nat. Hist. of Pliny): casiae, Plin. 12, 19, 43, § 95: nucleorum, id. 15, 10, 9, § 36: uvarum, id. 15, 28, 34, § 112: lauri, id. 27, 10, 60, § 84: summa terrae, id. 20, 19, 79, § 207.—
II Trop., the external appearance, surface, outside: tenerā quādam elocutionis cute, Quint. 5, 12, 18: imaginem virtutis effingere et solam ut sic dixerim cutem, id. 10, 2, 15; Gell. 18, 4, 2.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

(1) cŭtis,¹¹ is, f. (κύτος),
1 peau : intra cutem Planc. d. Cic. Fam. 10, 18, 3, sous la peau ; curare cutem Hor. Ep. 1, 2, 29, soigner sa personne ; intra cutem suam cogere aliquem Sen. Ep. 9, 13, faire rentrer qqn dans sa coquille ; te intus et in cute novi Pers. 3, 30, je te connais à fond, intimement || cuir : Mart. 1, 103, 6
2 [en gén.] enveloppe : cutis uvæ Plin. 15, 112, peau du raisin ; cutis nucleorum Plin. 15, 36, pellicule des amandes ; cutis summa terræ Plin. 20, 207, écorce de la terre ; cutis aquæ Sid. Carm. 5, 541, la glace
3 [fig.] vernis, apparence : virtutis solam ut sic dixerim cutem Quint. 10, 2, 15, [reproduire] pour ainsi dire l’écorce seule de la vertu ; cutis quædam elocutionis Quint. 5, 12, 18, une sorte de vernis du style. acc. cutim Apul. Apol. 50 || pl. rare : Prop. 4, 5, 4 ; Plin. 7, 12, et décad.

Latin > German (Georges)

cutis, is, f. (κύτος, ahd. hūt), die weichere, geschmeidigere Haut, I) eig.: 1) animalischer Körper: a) der Menschen; color cutis, Cels.: vulnus cutis, Cels., od. umschr. vulnus, quod in cute est, Cels. (vgl. si quid intra cutem subest vulneris, Planc. in Cic. ep.). – c. capitis, Cels. u. Cael. Aur.: oris (Gesichtshaut), Curt.: c. palpebrae, Cels. – c. aegra, Pers.: aeruginosa, Cels.: crassa (Ggstz. tenuis), Cels.: dura (Ggstz. c. mollis), Cels.: integra, Cels.: summa (Oberfläche der Haut), Sen.: tenera, Sen. – cutem adducere, attrahere, Cels.: cutem circumcīdere, Cels.: detrahere alci cutem, Sen.: cutis farta distenditur, Hieron. epist. 22, 16: cutem acu pungere, Cels.: cutem secare, subsecare, Cels.: summam cutem stringere, Sen.: hostium cutibus equos seque velare, illos reliqui corporis, se capitum, Mela 2. § 14. – Sprichw., cutem curare, seine Haut pflegen, Hor. ep. 1, 2. 29: intra suam cutem cogere alqm, sich auf sich zu beschränken nötigen, Sen. ep. 9, 13: ego te intus et in cute novi, ich kenne dich inwendig u. auswendig (durch u. durch), Pers. 3, 30: cute perditus, geistig ganz heruntergekommen, Pers. 1, 23. – b) der Tiere: cutis, quam relinquunt angues, Plin.: cutis piscium, Mela: cutes cervorum, Plin. – quod solidior sit cutis beluis, decentior dammis, densior ursis, mollior fibris, Sen.: corpus chamaeleontis asperum squamosā cute, Solin.: piscium cute se velare, Mela. – u. die gegerbte Haut der Tiere, das Leder, calceus est sartā terque quaterque cute, Mart. 1, 103, 6. – 2) nicht animalischer Körper: cutis nucleorum, uvarum, Plin.: summa c. terrae, Plin.: obductā nubium cute, Plin. – II) übtr., die Oberfläche, Hülle, tenera quaedam elocutionis c., Quint.: sufficiat imaginem virtutis effingere et solam, ut sic dixerim, cutem, Quint. – / Ungew. Akk. Sing. cutim, Apul. apol. 50. – vulg. Nbf. cotis, Theod. Prisc. 4. fol. 314 (b), 4.

Spanish > Greek

δέρμα, δερμάτιον

Latin > English

cutis cutis N F :: skin; external appearance, surface; person, body; leather/hide; rind; membrane