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Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

octāvus: a, um, adj. octo,
I the eighth: octava pars, Cic. Att. 15, 26, 4: legio, Caes. B. G. 2, 23: marmor, the eighth mile-stone, Mart. 9, 65, 4.—
II Subst.: octāva, ae, f.
   A (Sc. hora.) The eighth hour of the day, Mart. 4, 8, 5; Juv. 1, 49.—
   B (Sc. pars.) The eighth part, as a tax, Cod. Just. 4, 65, 7; Cod. Th. 4, 12, 6; Ulp. Fragm. 6, 12 (cf. octavarius).—
III Adv.: octāvum, for the eighth time, Liv. 6, 36, 7.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

octāvus,¹⁰ a, um, huitième : Cic. Att. 15, 26, 4 || octava, la huitième heure du jour [2 heures de l’après-midi] : Mart. 4, 8, 5 || subst. m., octavo Idus Apriles Col. Rust. 11, 2, 34, le huitième jour avant les ides d’avril.

Latin > German (Georges)

octāvus, a, um (octo), der achte, I) adi.: pars, Cic.: legio, Caes.: hora, Caes.: octavo decimo aetatis anno, Tac. – subst., ager efficit cum octavo (sc. grano), trägt achtfältig, Cic. Verr. 3, 114: octavo (sc. die) Idus Apriles, am achten vor den I. des Apr., Colum. 11, 2, 34: octavo od. in octavo (sc. libro) Aenëidos, im achten Buche, Auson. edyll. 13 extr. p. 146, 22 Schenkl. Prisc. part. XII vers. Aen. 5, 100: ad octavum (sc. lapidem), beim achten Meilenstein, Tac. hist. 3, 15. – Adv., octāvum, zum achten Male, Liv. 6, 36, 7: u. octāvo, achtens, Cassian. coenob. inst. 4, 39; achtmal, Capit. Macr. 3, 1. – II) subst., octāva, ae, f., a) (sc. hora) die achte Stunde, Iuven. 1, 49. – b) (sc. pars) der achte Teil, das Achtel, als Abgabe, Auct. b. Afr. 98, 2. Cod. Iust. 4, 61, 7 u.a.