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inviolatus

Ἐδιζησάμην ἐμεωυτόν -> I searched out myself
Heraclitus, fr. 101B

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

in-vĭŏlātus: a, um, adj.
I Unhurt, inviolate (class.): invulnerati inviolatique, Cic. Sest. 67, 140: corpus omnium civium, id. Rab. Perd. 4, 11: amicitia, id. Sull. 17: vita, i. e. happy, pleasant, Sil. 13, 875: terra, i. e. unploughed, Varr. R. R. 2, 1, 4: aliquid integrum atque inviolatum praestare, Cic. Cael. 5, 11. —
II Inviolable: tribuni plebis, Liv. 3, 55: tribunicia potestas, id. 8, 54: templum, id. 2, 1: pudicitia, Ov. Liv. Aug. 43: fides publica, Sall. J. 33, 3: jus vel fas, Just. 8, 3, 13: fama, unavailable, Sall. J. 43, 1.—Adv.: invĭŏlātē, inviolably: servare memoriam alicujus, Cic. de Sen. 22, 81 fin.: servare jusjurandum, Gell. 7, 18, 1.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

invĭŏlātus,¹¹ a, um,
1 qui n’est pas violé, pas maltraité, qui est respecté : Cic. Sest. 140 ; Sulla 140 ; Cæl. 11
2 inviolable : Liv. 3, 55 ; 8, 54.

Latin > German (Georges)

in-violātus, a, um (in u. violo), I) unverletzt, unversehrt, a) v. Pers.: invulnerati inviolatique vixerunt, Cic.: alqm inviolatum dimittere, Vell.: inviolato fallaci nuntio, ohne dem treulosen Boten etwas zuleide zu tun, Liv.: inviolatis corporibus, Ggstz. inciso corpore, Cels. – b) v. Lebl.: terra, ungepflügt, Varro: lignum, Sen.: ut statua inviolata maneat, Iustin.: ne quid inviolatum relinqueret, Liv. – v. Abstr., inviolatā vestrā amicitiā, unbeschadet eurer Fr., Cic.: ne quod ius vel fas inviolatum praetermitteret, Iustin.: inv. vita, vom Unglück verschont, Sil. – II) unverletzlich, unantastbar, tribunus plebis, Liv.: templum, Liv.: nomen legatorum, Caes.

Latin > English

inviolatus inviolata, inviolatum ADJ :: uninjured, unhurt; inviolable