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pervigil

Ὃν οἱ θεοὶ φιλοῦσιν ἀποθνήσκει νέος → He whom the gods love dies young
Menander, fr. 125

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

pervĭgĭl: is (collat. form pervĭgĭlis:
I cura, App. M. 11, p. 270, 31), adj., ever watchful (poet. and in post-Aug. prose; cf. pernox): pervigil in mediae sidera noctis eras, Ov. Am. 1, 6, 44; id. M. 10, 369: pervigilem draconem, id. ib. 7, 149; id. H. 12, 60: pervigiles et insomnes, Plin. Pan. 63: canis, Sen. Herc. Fur. 809: custodia, Luc. 4, 7: torus, Juv. 15, 43: popinae, i. e. open all night, id. 8, 158.—
II Transf.: nox, passed without sleep, Just. 12, 13, 7.

Latin > French (Gaffiot 2016)

pervĭgil,¹² ĭlis, éveillé toute la nuit, qui ne dort pas, qui veille : Ov. H. 12, 60 ; Am. 1, 6, 44 ; M. 10, 369 ; popina Juv. 8, 158, taverne ouverte toute la nuit || nox pervigil Just. 12, 13, 7, nuit sans sommeil. nomin. pervigilis Apul. M. 11, 26.

Latin > German (Georges)

per-vigil, ilis, Abl. ilī, fort und fort-, immer wachsam, Ov. u. Plin.: verb. pervigiles et insomnes (Ggstz. marcidi somno), Plin. pan.: insomnes magis quam pervigiles, Tac.: exsomnis pervigilque natura, Chalcid. Tim. 349: übtr., nox, die durchwachte, Iustin. 12, 13, 7: sollicitudo, Cassian. coen. inst. 6, 2 (wo Abl. pervigili): sollicitudo veterum, Amm. 14, 8, 13.

Latin > English

pervigil (gen.), pervigilis ADJ :: keeping watch or sleepless all night long; always watchful