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novenarius

Ὠς χαρίεν ἔστʹ ἄνθρωπος, ὅταν ἄνθρωπος ᾗ → What a fine thing a human is, when truly human!
Menander, fragment 761

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

nŏvēnārĭus: a, um, adj. novem,
I consisting of nine: numerus, Varr. L. L. 9, § 86 Müll.: natura, id. ib.; cf. Macr. Somn. Scip. 2, 2; Aus. Idyll. 11: sulcus, three feet in breadth and three in depth, Plin. 17, 11, 15, § 77.

Latin > French (Gaffiot 2016)

nŏvēnārĭus, a, um (novenus), novénaire, qui se compose de 9 unités : Varro L. 9, 86 ; Censor. 14, 12 ; sulcus Plin. 17, 77, fossé de trois pieds de largeur et trois de profondeur.

Latin > German (Georges)

novēnārius, a, um (novenus; vgl. Prisc. de fig. num. § 27), aus neunen bestehend, Neun-, numerus, Varro LL. 9, 86. Censor. 14, 12. Arnob. 3, 38. Macr. somn. Scip. 2, 2, 12. Boëth. inst. arithm. 1, 16 u. inst. mus. 2, 6. Fulg. contin. Verg. p. 149 M.: regula, Varro LL. 9, 86. Mart. Cap. 2. § 103: sulcus, drei Fuß tief u. drei Fuß breit, Plin. 15, 77.

Latin > English

novenarius novenaria, novenarium ADJ :: ninefold, consisting of nine; having crosssection of 9 square feet, 3 by 3 feet