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met

κόσμος σκηνή, ὁ βίος πάροδος· ἦλθες, εἶδες, ἀπῆλθες -> The world is a stage, life is a performance, you came, you saw, you departed
Democritus, fr. 115 D-K

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

met: a pronominal suffix attached to substantive and (less freq.) adjective personal pronouns; Engl.
I self: egomet, mihimet, memet, nosmet, nobismet, tutemet, tibimet, vosmet, meamet; v. ego, tu, and meus.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

mĕt, particule inséparable qui se place à la fin des pronoms : egomet, nosmet, etc.

Latin > German (Georges)

met, eine Anhängesilbe an die substantiv., selten an die adjektiv. Pronomina person. u. an die Pronomina possess. angehängt, um unser selbst, eigen auszudrücken, egomet, Ter.: memet, Cic.: tutemet, Lucr.: u. mit Hinzufügung von ipse nach seinem Kasus, de memet ipso, Cic.: nobismet ipsis, Cic.

Dutch > Greek

met = πλήθω, σύν, συνεθίζω

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