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Γελᾷ δ' ὁ μωρός, κἄν τι μὴ γέλοιον ᾖ -> The fool laughs even when there's nothing to laugh at
Menander

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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adj.

Original: P. and V. πρῶτος. Excellent: P. and V. σπουδαῖος. Prime-mover: P. and V. ἡγεμών, ὁ or ἡ, P. ἐξηγητής, ὁ. Prime-mover in: P. and V. ἡγεμών, ὁ or ἡ (gen.), ἀρχηγός, ὁ or ἡ (gen.), P. ἐξηγητής, ὁ (gen.), V. ἀρχηγέτης, ὁ (gen.). The prime mover in all this business: P., ὁ πάντων τούτων ἀρχιτέκτων (Dem. 1018). subs. Prime of life: P. and V. ἥβη, ἡ, ἀκμή, ἡ, ὥρα, ἡ, P. ὥρα ἡλικίας, Ar. and P. ἡλικία, ἡ. Be in one's prime, v.: P. and V. ἡβᾶν, ἀκμάζειν. Of things: P. and V. ἀκμάζειν. In one's prime: use also adj., P. and V. ὡραῖος, V. ἀκμαῖος, χλωρός, θαλερός, Ar. and P. νεαλής, Ar. ὡρικός. Be past one's prime: P. παρηβηκέναι (perf. of παρηβᾶν). He who is past his prime: V. ὁ ἔξηβος χρόνῳ (Aesch., Theb. 11). v. trans. Prepare a person: P. κατασκευάζειν.

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

prīmē: adv., v. primus.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

prīmē (primus), en première ligne, éminemment : Næv. Com. 1 ; Pl. *Mil. 794 ; Char. 211, 8 ; Prisc. Gramm. 3, 13.

Latin > German (Georges)

prīmē, Adv. (primus), besonders, vorzüglich, prime proba, Naev. com. 1: prime cata, Plaut. mil. 794 R. u. L. (Brix apprime cata): lac caprinum tonsillis prime medetur, Marc. Emp. 15. fol. 106 (b): caprini corii cinis ex oleo inlitus perniones prime abolet, ibid. 34. fol. 135 (a). Vgl. Charis. 211, 8. Prisc. 3, 13.