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invictus

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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

in-victus: a, um, adj. 2. in,
I unconquered, unsubdued, not vanquished; hence unconquerable, invincible; constr. with ab, in and abl. or acc., ad, contra, adversum, the simple abl., with gen. and inf. (class.).
   (a)    With ab: invictum se a labore praestare, Cic. Off. 1, 20, 68: invictus a civibus hostibusque animus, Liv. 22, 26: Fabius prius ab illis invictum animum praestat, id. 22, 15, 1: vos, hoc est populus Romanus, invicti ab hostibus, Sall. J. 31, 20: a cupiditatibus animus, Liv. 39, 40; 22, 26 fin.—
   (b)    With in and abl.: spartum in aquis, marique invictum, Plin. 19, 2, 8, § 29.—
   (g)    With in and acc.: in hostem et in mortem invictus animus, Just. 12, 15.—
   (d)    With ad: invictum ad vulnera corpus, Ov. M. 12, 167.—(ε) With contra: crocodilus contra omnes ictus cute invicta, Plin. 8, 25, 37, § 89.—(ζ) With adversus or adversum: adversum divitias invictum animum gerebat, Sall. J. 43, 5; so Sen. Helv. 5, 5; Tac. A. 15, 21.—(η) With simple abl.: armis invictus, Cic. Agr. 2, 35, 95: invicti viribus, Verg. A. 6, 394: certamine, Ov. M. 7, 792: cursu, id. ib. 8, 311: caestibus, id. ib. 5, 107: robore, Luc. 4, 608: invictaque bello dextera, Verg. A. 6, 878: dentes ignibus, Plin. 7, 6, 15, § 70. —(θ) With the gen. and inf. (poet.): Cantaber hiemisque aestusque famisque Invictus, palmamque ex omni ferre labore, Sil. 3, 326.—(ι) With dat. cunctis, Luc. 4, 608; cf. Tac. Agr. 18.—(κ) Absol.: Germani, Caes. B. G. 1, 36: ambae invictae gentes, Verg. A. 12, 191: satis vixi, invictus enim morior, Epam. ap. Nep. Epam. 9, 4: Hannibal, Nep. Hann. 6, 1: nomen invicti imperatoris, Cic. Verr. 2, 4, 38, § 82: dux, Ov. Tr. 4, 2, 44; Luc. 5, 324; 10, 346: res publica, Cic. Par. 4, 29: imperium, Liv. Epit. 3: Palladis manus, Ov. Am. 3, 3, 28: virtus, id. P. 3, 4, 111: invictae opinionis exercitus, reputed invincible, Just. 33, 1, 3: adamas, impenetrable, Ov. P. 4, 12, 32.—Comp.: invictior ratio, irrefutable, Aug. de Immort. Anim. 8.—Sup.: omnes sciunt te unum in terra vivere virtute et forma et factis invictissumum, not to be surpassed, Plaut. Mil. 1, 1, 57; Symm. Ep. 10, 78.—Hence, invictē, adv., invincibly, irrefutably (eccl. Lat.): invictissime, Aug. Ep. 28.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

invictus,⁹ a, um, non vaincu, invaincu, dont on ne triomphe pas : [avec ab ] invictus a labore Cic. Off. 1, 68, invincible aux fatigues ; ab hostibus Sall. J. 31, 20, dont les ennemis n’ont pu triompher ; corpus invictum a vulnere Ov. M. 12, 167, corps impénétrable aux blessures || [avec abl.] : armis Cic. Agr. 2, 95, que les armes n’ont pu vaincre, cf. Virg. En. 6, 878 ; Ov. M. 5, 107 || [avec ad , relativement à, à l’égard de] : Liv. 9, 16, 14 ; Ov. M. 12, 167 ; [av. adversus ] Sall. J. 43, 5 ; Sen. Helv. 5, 5 ; Tac. Ann. 15, 21 ; [av. in acc.] Just. 12, 15, 4 ; [av. in abl.] Plin. 12, 29 ; [av. contra ] Plin. 8, 89 || [avec gén., poét.] Sil. 3, 326 || abst] Cæs. G. 1, 36, 7 ; Cic. Par. 29 ; Tusc. 3, 15 ; Cat. 2, 19 || -tior Aug. Imm. 8, 13 ; -issimus Pl. Mil. 57.

Latin > German (Georges)

in-victus, a, um (in u. vinco), unbesiegt, unüberwunden, unbesiegbar, unüberwindlich, unbezwinglich, unverwüstlich, unerschütterlich, von Pers.u. übtr. v. Lebl., konstr.: α) m. ab u. Abl. (vgl. Fabri Liv. 22, 15, 1), invictus ab hostibus, Sall.: invictus ab hostibus animus, Liv.: corpus invictum a vulnere, Ov.: invictus ab ea cupiditate animus, Liv.: invictum se a labore praestare, Cic. – β) mit ad u. Akk.: corpus invictum ad laborem, Liv. 9, 16, 14: ut ad devincenda regna invictus habebatur, ita etc., Iustin. 25, 4, 3. – γ) mit in u. Akk.: in hostem et in mortem invictus animus, Iustin. 12, 15, 4. – δ) m. adversus od. adversum u. Akk.: lapis invictae adversus dura naturae, Sen.: invictus adversus libidinem animi, den Lüsten gegenüber, Curt.: inv. adversum gratiam animus, Tac.: adversus utrumque statum invictum animum tenet, Sen. – ε) m. contra u. Akk.: contra omnes ictus cute invictā, Plin. 8, 89. – ζ) m. bl. Abl.: Hannibal armis inv., Liv.: invictus ferro, hieb- u. stichfest, Iustin.: vir humanā ope invictus, Vell.: labore, vigiliā, periculo invictus, Vell.: cursu invictus Echion, Ov.: luctando pugnandoque invictus, Quint.: animus asperis blandisque pariter invictus, Sen.: virtute et formā et factis invictissimus, Plaut. – η) m. in u. Abl.: spartum in aquis marique inv., unverderblich, Plin. 19, 29: in equestribus proeliis et in pedestri pugna immobiles atque invictissimi milites, Arnob. 2, 38. – θ) (poet.) m. Genet. u. m. Infin., Sil. 3, 326. – ι) absol.: inv. imperator, Cic.: vindemiator invictus, der sich nicht werfen läßt, das letzte Wort behalten muß, Hor. sat. 1, 7, 30: u. so invictus Stimicon, Calp. ecl. 7, 13: invictissimus princeps, Symm. epist. 10, 78: haec urbs invictissima, Cornif. rhet. 4, 66: thesauri sui fidelissimus invictissimusque custos, Augustin. de civ. dei 1, 10, 2. p. 19, 7 D.2: invictus adamas, Ov.: necessitas, Sen.: pietas, Plaut. u. Curt.: armorum felicitas, Iustin.: fides (unverbrüchliche Treue), Curt.: defensio, unwiderlegbare, Cic.: u. so ratio invicta et eo invictior, quod etc., Augustin. de mor. Manich. 2, 11. § 20: invictissima veritas, Augustin. serm. 150, 10. – Partiz. subst., invicta quaedam fecerat, hatte sich gewisse unübersteigbare Schranken gesetzt, Liv. 6, 16, 3.

Latin > English

invictus invicta, invictum ADJ :: unconquered; unconquerable, invincible