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ALLEVIATING REMEDY

  • 1 chalasticamen

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  • 2 chalasticamen

    chălastĭcāmen, ĭnis, n. [chalasticus], an alleviating remedy, Theod. Prisc. 2, 10.

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  • 3 antidotum

        antidotum ī, n, ἀντίδοτον, a remedy against poison, Ph.
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    antidote, remedy

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  • 4 auxilior

        auxilior ātus, ārī, dep.    [auxilium], to give help, aid, assist, succor: facultas auxiliandi, Cs.: alcui nil, T.: mihi, S.: (podagram) aquis, to cure, O.
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    auxiliari, auxiliatus sum V DEP
    help (w/DAT); give help/aid; assist; be helpful, be of use/avail; remedy, heal

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  • 5 auxilium

        auxilium ī, n    [AVC-], help, aid, assistance, support, succor: ad auxilium copia, T.: plarimis esse auxilio, N.: suis auxilium ferre, Cs.: auxilium sibi adiungere: ab alquo expetere: laborum, means of avoiding, V.: auxilia portare, S.: magna duo auxilia, sources of aid, L.: Mittat ut auxilium sine se, O.— Plur, auxiliary troops, auxiliaries: barbara, Cs.: adventicia: Pompeio mittere: cogere, V.: auxiliis in mediam aciem coniectis, Cs.—Military force, troops: infirma, Cs.
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    help, assistance; remedy/antidote; supporting resource/force; auxiliaries (pl.)

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  • 6 chīrūrgia

        chīrūrgia ae, f, χειρουργία, surgery: chirurgiae taedet, i. e. violent remedies.
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    I II
    surgery; violent remedy (L+S)

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  • 7 commūne

        commūne is, n    [communis], that which is common: ut communibus pro communibus utatur: communia laudas, publicity, H.: sed ne communia solus occupet, the sole credit for common achievements, O.: ius statuere communi dividundo.—A community, state: Milyadum: gentis Pelasgae, O. —In the phrase in commune, for common use, for all, for a common object, for the general advantage: consulere, T.: conferre: vocare honores, equally upon patricians and plebeians, L.: quodcumque est lucri, halves! Ph.: haec in commune accepimus, in general, Ta.: in commune Suebi vocentur, i. e. all, Ta.—In rhet., plur, commonplaces: quae ad causam nihil pertinent.
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    joint/common/public property/rights; public; public places/interests (pl.); common feature, characteristic, general rule/terms; general; common lot/remedy

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  • 8 cūra

        cūra ae, f    [CAV-], trouble, care, attention, pains, industry, diligence, exertion: magnā cum curā tueri, Cs.: in aliquā re curam ponere: consulum in re p. custodiendā: saucios cum curā reficere, S.: cura adiuvat (formam), art sets off, O.: lentis, culture, V.: boum, rearing, V.: eo maiore curā illam (rem p.) administrari, S.: in re unā consumere curam, H.: sive cura illud sive inquisitio erat, friendly interest, Ta.: Curaque finitimos vincere maior erat, more pressing business, O.: nec sit mihi cura mederi, nor let me try, V.: vos curis solvi ceteris, T.: difficilis rerum alienarum, management: bonarum rerum, attention to, S.: deorum, service, L.: Caesaris, H.: peculi, V.: de publicā re et privatā: tamquam de Samnitibus curam agerent, as if the business in hand were, etc., L.: non tam pro Aetolis cura erat, quam ne, etc., L.—In dat predicat.: Curae (alcui) esse, to be an object of (one's) care, to take care of, attend to, bestow pains upon: pollicitus est, sibi eam rem curae futuram, should be his business, Cs.: rati sese dis curae esse, S.: nullius salus curae pluribus fuit: Quin id erat curae, that is just how I was occupied, H.: dumque amor est curae, O.: magis vis morbi curae erat, L.: Caesari de augendā meā dignitate curae fore: de ceteris senatui curae fore, S.: petitionem suam curae habere, S.: curae sibi habere certiorem facere Atticum, etc., N.—Administration, charge, oversight, command, office: rerum p. minime cupiunda, S.: navium, Ta.: legionis armandae, Ta.: tempora curarum remissionumque divisa, Ta.—Poet., a guardian, overseer: fidelis harae, i. e. the swine-herd Eumaeus, O.—Study, reflection: animus cum his habitans curis: cura et meditatio, Ta.—A result of study, work: recens, O.: inedita, O.: quorum in manūs cura nostra venerit, Ta.—A means of healing, remedy: doloris: Illa fuit lacrimis ultima cura meis (of sleep), Pr.—Anxiety, solicitude, concern, disquiet, trouble, grief, sorrow: maxima: gravissima: cottidianā curā angere animum, T.: curae metūsque: neque curae neque gaudio locum esse, S.: gravi saucia curā, V.: edaces, H.: de coniuge, O.: quam pro me curam geris, V.: curae, quae animum divorse trahunt, T.—The care of love, anxiety of love, love: iuvenum curas referre, H.: curā removente soporem, O.—A loved object, mistress: tua cura, Lycoris, V.: iuvenum, H.: Veneris iustissima, worthiest, V.: tua cura, palumbes, V.—Person., Care, H.: Curae, Cares, Anxieties, V.
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    concern, worry, anxiety, trouble; attention, care, pains, zeal; cure, treatment; office/task/responsibility/post; administration, supervision; command (army)

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  • 9 cūrātiō

        cūrātiō ōnis, f    [curo], a caring for, administration, oversight, care, management, charge: corporis: valetudinis.—Public duty, administration, charge, office: munerum: sacrorum, L.: rei p., L.: regia: altior fastigio suo, L.: regni, the regency, Cs.—A means of healing, remedy, cure: morbis curationes adhibere: inter primam curationem exspirare, the first dressing, L.
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    treatment, surgical operation, medical care; healing/curing; object of care; administration, management, taking charge; office charged with duties

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  • 10 elleborus (hell-)

        elleborus (hell-) ī, m, or elleborum, ī, n, ἐλλέβοροσ, hellebore (a remedy for mental diseases): Expulit elleboro morbum, H.: triste, Ct. — Plur: graves, V.

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  • 11 fuga

        fuga ae, f    [2 FVG-], a fleeing, flight, running away: adornare fugam, T.: ab urbe turpissima: desperata: exercitūs foeda, S.: dant sese in fugam milites: fugam capere, Cs.: parare: hostīs dare in fugam, put to flight, Cs.: in fugam conicere, Cs.: impellere in fugam: cum terrorem fugamque fecisset, caused a panic, L.: fugam ex ripā fecit, drove (the foe), L.: fugam faciunt, take flight, S.: neque hostium fugam reprimi posse, be checked, Cs.: opportunior fugae collis, S.: naves eius fugā se Adrumetum receperunt, after his flight, Cs.: quantae in periculis fugae proximorum: celeres fugae, H.— Expatriation, exile, banishment: se in fugam coniecisse: Aristidi: exsilia et fugae, Ta.— A flying, swift course, rapid motion, speed: Harpalyce volucrem fugā praevertitur Hebrum, V.: facilis, a swift voyage, V.: (Neptunus) fugam dedit, a swift passage, V.: fugam dant nubila caelo, flee away, V.: temporum, flight, H.: (equus) Clara ante alios, Iu.— A place of banishment, refuge: toto quaeret in orbe fugam, O.— A means of removal, remedy: morbi, H.—Fig., a fleeing, avoiding, avoidance, shunning, escape: laborum: turpitudinis: alia honoris, honorable way of escape, L.: leti, H.
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    flight, fleeing, escape; avoidance; exile; fugue (music)

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  • 12 helleborus

        helleborus    see elleborus.
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    hellebore (plant); (considered a remedy for madness)

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  • 13 īn-sānābilis

        īn-sānābilis e, adj.    with comp, not to be healed, incurable: morbus.—Fig., irretrievable, without remedy, hopeless: contumeliae: nihil insanabilius, L.: caput tribus Anticyris, H.: scribendi cacoethes, Iu.

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  • 14 lēnīmen

        lēnīmen inis, n    [lenio], a soothing remedy, alleviation, mitigation, solace: testudo laborum Dulce lenimen, H.: senectae, O.
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    alleviation, solace

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  • 15 medeor

        medeor —, ērī, dep.    [3 MA-], to heal, cure, remedy, be good for: cui (morbo) mederi (volet): volneribus: medendis corporibus, L.: ars medendi, the healing art, O.—Fig., to remedy, succor, relieve, amend, correct, restore: violentia Turni aegrescit medendo, i. e. by opposition, V.: invidiae, S.: capiti Rosci, i. e. defend the life: dies stultis quoque mederi solet: inopiae frumentariae, Cs.: ignorantiae lectorum, provide against, N.: quas (cupiditates) mederi possis, T.
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    mederi, - V DEP
    heal, cure; remedy, assuage, comfort, amend

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  • 16 medicāmen

        medicāmen inis, n    [medico], a drug, medicament, remedy, antidote, medicine: violenta medicamenta curari: facies medicaminibus interstincta, plasters, Ta.: validum, O.— A drug, poison: medicamen habendum est, Iu.: noxium, Ta.— A paint, wash, cosmetic: vestrae medicamina formae, O.—Fig., a remedy, antidote: iratae medicamina fortia praebe, O.
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    drug, remedy, medicine; cosmetic; substance to treat seeds/plants; dye

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  • 17 medicāmentum

        medicāmentum ī, n    [medico], a drug, remedy, antidote, physic, medicine, medicament: medicamentum alcui dare ad aquam intercutem: sumere, Cu.: medicamenta salubria, L.: medicamentis delibutus.— A drug, potion, poison: coquere medicamenta, L.: medicamentis partum abigere.— Fig., a remedy, relief, antidote: multorum medicamentum maerorum: doloris: panchrestum (i. e. pecunia).— An embellishment: medicamenta fucati candoris et ruboris.
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    drug, remedy, medicine

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  • 18 medicīna

        medicīna ae, f    [medicus], the healing art, medicine, surgery (sc. ars): medicina (ars est) valetudinis: medicinae exercendae causā, practising: Inventum medicina meum est, O.: repertor medicinae, V.— A remedy, medicine (sc. res): accipere medicinam.—Fig., a remedy, relief, antidote: singulis medicinam consili adferam: laboris: furoris, V.: curae, O.: his quattuor causis totidem medicinae opponuntur: tuae figurae, i. e. means of rendering beautiful, Pr.
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    art/practice of medicine, medicine; clinic; treatment, dosing; remedy, cure

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  • 19 occurrō (obc-)

        occurrō (obc-) currī (cucurrī, Ph.), cursus, ere    [ob+curro], to run up, run to meet, go to meet, meet, fall in with: ad undam, face the foe, V.: dulcis amicis, H.: quibuscumque signis occurrerat, Cs.: huic (concilio), attend, L.: ad id concilium, L.: occurritur (sc. mihi).—To go against, rush upon, attack: duabus legionibus, Cs.: Obvius adversoque occurrit, V.—To lie in the way, meet: in asperis locis silex saepe occurrebat, L.—Fig., to meet, fall into, be involved: graviori bello, Cs. —To obviate, meet, resist, oppose, counteract: eius consiliis: ab nostris occurrebatur, he was resisted, Cs.—To obviate, cure, relieve, remedy: rei sapientiā: utrique rei, N.—To meet, answer, reply, object: huic dictis, V.: occurretur enim, sicut occursum est.—To offer, present itself, suggest itself, appear, occur, be thought of: tu occurrebas dignus eo munere: mihi multo difficilior occurrit cogitatio, qualis, etc.: Atheniensium exercitūs deleti occurrebant, L.: haec tenenda sunt oratori; saepe enim occurrunt, present themselves: ne quid honestum occurreret, Ta.

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  • 20 panchrēstus

        panchrēstus adj., πάγχρηστοσ, good for everything, universally useful: medicamentum, sovereign remedy (i. e. money).
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    panchresta, panchrestum ADJ

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