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Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

sollemnis: (less correctly sōlemnis, sollennis, sōlennis, sollempnis), e, adj. sollus, i. e. totus-annus, prop. that takes place every year; in relig. lang. of solemnities,
I yearly, annual; hence, in gen.,
I Lit., stated, established, appointed: sollemne, quod omnibus annis praestari debet, Fest. p. 298 Müll. (cf. anniversarius): sollemnia sacra dicuntur, quae certis temporibus annisque fleri solent, id. p. 344 ib.: sacra stata, sollemnia, Cato ap. Fest. s. v. stata, p. 344 ib.; so, ad sollemne et statum sacrificium curru vehi, Cic. Tusc. 1, 47, 113 (v. sisto, P. a.): sacra, id. Leg. 2, 8, 19: sacrificia, id. N. D. 1, 6, 14; id. Leg. 2, 14, 35; Liv. 1, 31: dies festi atque sollemnes, Cic. Pis. 22, 51: ab Aequis statum jam ac prope sollemne in singulos annos bellum timebatur, Liv. 3, 15: Idus Maiae sollemnes ineundis magistratibus erant, id. 3, 36: sollemnis dapes Libare, Verg. A. 3, 301: caerimoniae, Val. Max. 1, 1, 1.—
II Transf., according as the idea of the religious or that of the established, stated nature of the thing qualified predominates.
   A With the idea of its religious character predominating, religious, festive, solemn: suscipiendaque curarit sollemnia sacra, Lucr. 5, 1162: sollemni more sacrorum, id. 1, 96: religiones, Cic. Mil. 27, 73: iter ad flaminem, id. ib. 10, 27: epulae, id. de Or. 3, 51, 197: ludi, id. Leg. 3, 3, 7; cf.: coetus ludorum, id. Verr. 2, 5, 72, § 186: precatio comitiorum, id. Mur. 1, 1: omnia sollemnibus verbis dicere, id. Dom. 47, 122: sicuti in sollemnibus sacris fleri consuevit, Sall. C. 22, 2: sollemnia vota Reddere, Verg. E. 5, 74: ferre sollemnia dona, id. A. 9, 626: sollemnis ducere pompas, id. G. 3, 22: sollemnis mactare ad aras, id. A. 2, 202: dies jure sollemnis mihi, sanctiorque natali, Hor. C. 4, 11, 17: fax, Ov. M. 7, 49: sollemni voce movere preces, id. F. 6, 622: ignis, id. Tr. 3, 13, 16: festum sollemne parare, id. F. 2, 247: sollemnes ludos celebrare, id. ib. 5, 597: habitus, Liv. 37, 9: carmen, id. 33, 31: epulae, Tac. A. 1, 50: sacramentum, id. H. 1, 55: nullum esse officium tam sanctum atque sollemne, quod, etc., Cic. Quint. 6, 26.—Comp.: dies baptismo sollemnior, Tert. Bapt. 19.—Sup.: die tibi sollemnissimo natali meo, Front. Ep. ad Anton. 1, 2: preces, App. M. 11, p. 264.—
   b As subst.: sollemne, is, n., a religious or solemn rite, ceremony, feast, sacrifice, solemn games, a festival, solemnity, etc. (so perh. not in Cic.); sing.: inter publicum sollemne sponsalibus rite factis, Liv. 38, 57: sollemne clavi figendi, id. 7, 3 fin.: soli Fidei sollemne instituit, id. 1, 21; cf. id. 9, 34: sollemne allatum ex Arcadiā, festal games, id. 1, 5; cf. id. 1, 9: Claudio funeris sollemne perinde ac divo Augusto celebratur, Tac. A. 12, 69; cf. plur. infra: per sollemne nuptiarum, Suet. Ner. 28; cf. infra.—Plur.: sollemnia (Isidis), Prop. 2, 33 (3, 31), 1: ejus sacri, Liv. 9, 29; cf. id. 2, 27: Quinquatruum, Suet. Ner. 34: triumphi, id. ib. 2: nuptiarum, Tac. A. 11, 26 fin.: funerum, id. ib. 3, 6: tumulo sollemnia mittent, Verg. A. 6, 380: referunt, id. ib. 5, 605; cf. Stat. Th. 8, 208; Juv. 10, 259.—
   B With the idea of stated, regular character predominant, wonted, common, usual, customary, ordinary (syn.: consuetus, solitus; freq. only after the Aug. period): prope sollemnis militum lascivia, Liv. 4, 53, 13: socer arma Latinus habeto, Imperium sollemne socer, Verg. A. 12, 193: arma, Stat. Th. 8, 174: cursus bigarum, Suet. Dom. 4: Romanis sollemne viris opus (venatio), Hor. Ep. 1, 18, 49: mihi sollemnis debetur gloria, Phaedr. 3, prol. 61: sufficit sollemnem numerum (testium) exaudire, Dig. 28, 1, 21: viā sollemni egressi, the public way, Amm. 20, 4, 9: Romae dulce diu fuit et sollemne, reclusa Mane domo vigilare, Hor. Ep. 2, 1, 103: spectari sollemne olim erat, Suet. Aug. 44; Gell. 15, 2, 3: annua complere sollemnia, tribute, Amm. 22, 7, 10.—As subst.: sol-lemne, is, n., usage, custom, practice, etc.: nostrum illud sollemne servemus, ut, etc., usual custom, practice, Cic. Att. 7, 6, 1: novae nuptae intrantes etiamnum sollemne habent postes adipe attingere, Plin. 28, 9, 37, § 135.—Plur.: mos traditus ab antiquis inter cetera sollemnia manet, etc., Liv. 2, 14: proin repeterent sollemnia, their customary avocations, Tac. A. 3, 6 fin.: testamentum non jure factum dicitur, ubi sollemnia juris defuerunt, usages, customary formalities, Dig. 28, 3, 1: testamenti, ib. 28, 1, 20.—Adverb.: mutat quadrata rotundis: Insanire putas sollemnia me neque rides, in the common way, Hor. Ep. 1, 1, 101. —Hence, adv.: sollemnĭter (sollenn-, sōlemn-; very rare; not in Cic.).
   1    (Acc. to II. A. supra.) In a religious or solemn manner, solemnly, = rite: omnibus (sacris) sollemniter peractis, Liv. 5, 46: intermissum convivium sollemniter instituit, with pomp or splendor, Just. 12, 13, 6: lusus, quem sollemniter celebramus, App. M. 3, p. 134, 13.—
   2    (Acc. to II. B. supra.) According to custom, in the usual or customary manner, regularly, formally: (greges elephantorum) se purificantes sollemniter aquā circumspergi, Plin. 8, 1, 1, § 2: praebere hordeum pullis, Pall. 1, 28 fin.: jurare, Dig. 12, 2, 3: cavere, ib. 26, 7, 27: acta omnia, ib. 45, 1, 30: nullo sollemniter inquirente, Amm. 14, 7, 21: transmisso sollemniter Tigride, id. 20, 6, 1.—Comp. and sup. of adj. (late Lat.);
v. supra, II. A. No comp. and sup. of adv.

Latin > French (Gaffiot)

sollemnis(mieux que sollennis, sōlemnis), e, de sollus et annus,
1 qui revient tous les ans, solennel, consacré : Cato Orat. 18, 2 ; Cic. Mil. 73 ; Mur. 1 ; Tusc. 1, 113 ; Leg. 2, 19 ; Liv. 3, 15, etc.
2 habituel, ordinaire, commun : Virg. En. 12, 193 ; Hor. Ep. 1, 18, 49 ; Liv. 4, 53, 13 ; sollemne est, avec inf. Hor. Ep. 2, 1, 103, c’est une habitude de, cf. Suet. Aug. 44 ; Gell. 15, 2, 3 || sollemnior Tert. Bapt. 19 ; -issimus Fronto Ep. ad M. Ant. 1, 2 ; Apul. M. 11, 16.

Latin > German (Georges)

sollemnis (sōlemnis od. sōlennis), e (v. sollus [= totus] u. annus), I) alljährlich = alljährlich wiederkehrend, -gefeiert, sacra, sacrificia, Cic. u.a.: dies deorum festi ac sollemnes, Cic. – II) übtr.: A) feierlich, festlich, religiones, Cic.: verba, Cic.: epulae, Cic.: ludi, Cic.: dies, Hor.: arae, Verg.: dies baptismo sollemnior, Tert. de bapt. 19: festivitas sollemnissimi diei, Augustin. serm. 309, 6: dies tibi sollemnissimus natalis meus, Fronto ad Anton, imp. 1, 2 in.: sollemnissimae preces, Apul. met. 11, 16. – subst., sollemne, is, n., jede Feierlichkeit, sollemne clavi figendi, Liv.: auspicatorum comitiorum, Liv.: funeris, Tac.: ludorom, Liv.: Nemeorum, Liv.: antiquissimum, Liv.: Fidei sollemne instituit, Fest nebst Opfern usw., Liv.: sollemne allatum ex Arcadia, Liv.: sollemnia (feierliche Wünsche) incipientis anni Kalendis Ianuariis epistulā precari (aussprechen), Tac. – insbes. Plur. sollemnia = Opfer, extis sollemnium vesci, Liv.: tumulo sollemnia mittet, Verg. – B) durch den Gebrauch-, durch die Sitte geheiligt, a) = üblich, gewöhnlich, gewohnt, lascivia militum, Liv.: officium, Cic.: opus, Hor.: mos, Suet.: gloria, Phaedi. – subst. sollemne, is, n., etwas Gewöhnliches, die Gewohnheit, nostrum illud sollemne servemus, Cic.: inter cetera sollemnia, Liv.: sollemne est mihi m. folg. Infin., ich habe es in der Gewohnheit, es ist meine Gewohnheit, omnia de quibus dubito ad te referre, Plin. ep.: m. folg. Acc. u. Infin., quos (gladiatores) promiscue spectari sollemne olim erat, Suet.: dah. poet., sollemnia (statt sollemniter) insanire, auf gewöhnliche Art, Hor. ep. 1, 1, 101. – – b) = förmlich, numerus testium, ICt. – subst., sollemnia, ium, n., Förmlichkeiten, ICt.

Latin > English

sollemnis sollemne, sollemnior -or -us, sollemnissimus -a -um ADJ :: solemn, ceremonial, sacred, in accordance w/religion/law; traditional/customary