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resina

Ἓν οἶδα, ὅτι οὐδὲν οἶδα –> I know only one thing, that I know nothing | all I know is that I know nothing.
Diogenes Laertius, Lives of the Philosophers, Book 2 sec. 32.

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

rēsīna: ae, f. perh. kindr. with ῥητίνη,
I resin, rosin, Auct. B. Hisp. 33; Plin. 16, 11, 22, § 53; 24, 6, 19, § 28; 24, 6, 22, § 32; Cato, R. R. 23, 3; Pall. 3, 25, 23; Mart. 3, 74, 4; 12, 32, 21: vinum quod resinā conditum est, Cels. 4, 5, 29: resina terebintha, turpentine, Col. 12, 20, 3.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

rēsīna,¹³ æ, f. (ῥητίνη), résine : Cato Agr. 23, 3 ; Plin. 16, 53 ; 24, 28.

Latin > German (Georges)

rēsīna, ae, f. (ῥητίνη), das Harz, Cato, Cels. u.a.: vinum resinā conditum, Plin. 23, 46: vinum, quod resinā conditum sit, Cels. 4, 12 (5). p. 137, 15 D. (vgl. resinatus): resinam ac picem calfactare, Capit. Pert. 8, 5: Plur., pices resinaequae, Arten von Pech u. Harz, Plin. 16, 56. – als lindernde Salbe, tollite resinam ad dolorem eius, Vulg. Ierem. 51, 8.

Spanish > Greek

resina = ἄλειφαρ, δαΐς, δᾴδινος, Γαβαλίτης, γλοιός, ἀπόχυμα, ἄφεδρος, γαστρικός

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Latin > English

resina resinae N F :: resin (solid/liquid); (product secreted by various trees)