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author of the

  • 1 author

    author, authōrĭtas, etc., v. auctor, auctoritas, etc.

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  • 2 author

    seller, vendor; originator; historian; authority; proposer, supporter; founder

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  • 3 āiō

        āiō v. defect.    [for * ag-io, AG-]; in use, praes. ind. āiō, aïs, aït, āiunt; subj. āias, āiat; imperf. āiēbam throughout, colloq., aibam (disyl.); part. āiēns (C. twice), to say yes, assent, affirm: negat quis? nego: ait? aio, if one says no, I say no; if yes, I say yes, T.: Diogenes ait, Antipater negat: ut quibus creditam non sit negantibus, isdem credatur aientibus: ne faciam Omnino versūs? aio, I say so, H.—In gen., to assert, affirm, aver, say, tell, relate: crimen ais te metuisse: Tarquinium a Cicerone inmissum aiebant, S.: nescio quid velle loqui te aiebas mecum, you were saying, H.: quem secum aiunt portare Penatīs, they say, V.: a me deceptos ait Hirtium et Caesarem (sc. esse).—With attraction: vir bonus ait esse paratus, H.: ‘hunccine,’ aiebat, ‘quem,’ etc., L.: ‘loris non uteris,’ aio, H.: ‘O te felicem,’ aiebam tacitus, said to myself, H.: secum ait, O.: Talia dicenti, ‘tibi’ ait ‘revocamina’ corvus ‘Sint precor,’ O.: Causa optumast, nisi quid pater ait aliud, T.: Haec ait, V.: Sic ait, et dicto citius tumida aequora placat, V.: vita vitalis, ut ait Ennius, to adopt the phrase of: uti mos vester ais, H.: ut ait in Synephebis, as (the author) says.—Aiunt, ut aiunt, quem ad modum or quod aiunt, in quoting a current phrase, as they say, as is said, as the saying is: ut quimus, aiunt, quando, ut volumus, non licet, T.: se Massiliam, ut aiunt, non in haec castra conferet: Iste claudus, quem ad modum aiunt, pilam: conspexit, ut aiunt, Adrasum quendam vacuā tonsoris in umbrā, H.: ain tu? (for aisne) ain tute? ain tandem? ain vero? a colloq. phrase, expressing surprise, do you really mean? indeed? really? is it possible? often only an emphatic what? Ain tu tibi hoc incommodum evenisse iter? T.: ain tandem? inquit, num castra vallata non habetis? L.: Hem, quid ais, scelus? what do you mean? T.: Quid tu ais, Gnatho? num quid habes quod contemnas? what say you? T.

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  • 4 archetypus

        archetypus adj., ἀρχέτυποσ, first made, original: Cleanthae, i. e. statues of Cleanthes, Iu.
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    archetypa, archetypum ADJ
    first made; genuine; original; in the author's hand/autograph; taken from life

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  • 5 architectus

        architectus ī, m, ἀρχιτέκτων, a masterbuilder, architect.—Meton., an inventor, deviser, contriver, author, maker: legis: sceleris.
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    architect, master-builder; inventor, designer, maker, author, deviser

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  • 6 artifex

        artifex icis, m and f    [ars + FAC-], a master of an art, professional man, artist, artificer (used of a sculptor, musician, actor, etc.): artifices improbi, i. e. quacks, L.: dicendi, an orator: morbi, healer, Tb.—A maker, builder, author, contriver: mundi: operum, L.: figurae, O.: caedis, O. — A trickster, cunning deceiver, cheat: Artificis scelus, i. e. the wicked device, V.; cf. artificis scelus, i. e. artifex scelestus, V.: O artificem probum! T.— Apposit., a master, skilled, clever, ingenious, dexterous: artifices manūs, O.: talis negoti, S.: ad corrumpendum ingenium.— Artistic: boves, Pr.
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    I
    (gen.), artificis ADJ
    skilled, artistic; expert, practiced; cunning, artful; creative, productive
    II
    artist, actor; craftsman; master of an art; author, maker; mastermind, schemer

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  • 7 auspex

        auspex icis, m and f    [avis + SPEC-], an interpreter of omens given by birds, diviner, augur, soothsayer: Providus, H. — An author, founder, director, protector, favorer: auspices legis: divis Auspicibus coeptorum operum, V.: auspice Musā, H.: Nil desperandum auspice Teucro, H. — Plur., at a marriage, the responsible witnesses, persons who gave away the bride: nuptiarum auspices: nubit nullis auspicibus.
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    diviner by birds, augur; soothsayer; patron, supporter; wedding functionary

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  • 8 caput

        caput itis, n    [CAP-], the head: Capillus circum caput Reiectus, T.: caput obnubito, L.: capitis nives, H.: capite operto: aperire: velare, L.: abscindere cervicibus: capite demisso: attollere, O.: extollere, to become bold: breve (equi), H.: coronatum (bovis), Tb.: per caput pedesque ire, heels over head, Ct.: dux cum exercitu supra caput est, i. e. is ready to fall upon us, S.: capita conferre, to lay heads together, i. e. to confer in secret, L.: caput aut collum petere, strike at the vital parts: haec alias inter caput extulit urbes, towers, i. e. excels, V.: aliena negotia Per caput saliunt, run through the head, i. e. the mind, H.: capitis labor, mental exertion, H. — Meton., the head, top, summit, point, end, extremity: iocur sine capite (of a sacrifice), L.: in extis, O.: tignorum, Cs.: cornu duxit, donec curvata coirent capita, the ends, V. — The origin, source, spring, head (of a river), L.: caput unde erumpit Enipeus, V.: celsis caput urbibus exit, my source springs among great cities, V.—The mouth, embouchure (rare): multis capitibus in Oceanum influit, Cs.—Of plants: diducere terram ad capita, the roots, V.: papavera demisere caput, the heads, V.: capitum iugatio, branches (of the vine). — Of mountains, the summit: capita aspera montis, V. — Of persons, a head, person: ridiculum caput! T.: carum, V.: duo haec capita taeterrima: ignota, L.: di capiti ipsius reservent, for himself, V.: capiti cane talia Dardanio rebusque tuis, i. e. for Aeneas and yourself, V.: Perfidum, H.: de sacrando cum bonis capite alcuius, L.: ut caput Iovi sacraretur, L.—With numerals: capitum Helvetiorum milia CCLXIII, souls, Cs.: nullum caput Proserpina fugit, H.: in capita, to each person, L.; cf. sus Triginta capitum fetūs enixa, V.—Fig., life, physical life: Capitis periculum adire, to risk life, T.: caput obiectare periclis, V.: capitis poena, capital punishment, Cs.: certamen capitis et famae: ut capite dimices tuo, L.: caput offerre pro patriā: patrium tibi crede caput (i. e. patris vitam), O.: accusatus capitis absolvitur, of a capital crime, N.: Sthenium capite damnare.—Civil life, personality, civil rights, liberty and citizenship: capitis causae, involving citizenship: iudicium capitis: capitis deminutio, loss of civil rights, Cs.—Poet.: capitis minor, H.—Of persons, a leader, chief, guide: concitandorum Graecorum: capita nominis Latini, heads, chiefs, L.: ut se Suevorum caput credant, chief tribe, Ta.: capita coniurationis securi percussi, L.: illic est huic rei caput, author, contriver, T.: ab illo fonte et capite Socrate: corpori valido caput deerat, leader, L.: ipsum Expugnare caput, the great man himself, H. —A head, chief, capital: Thebae totius Graeciae, first city, N.: Roma, orbis terrarum, L.: castellum eius regionis, principal place, L.: Romam caput Latio esse, L.: ius nigrum, cenae caput, principal dish: fundus, vestrae pecuniae, chief source of income: caput esse artis, decere, the note, characteristic: ad consilium de re p. dandum caput est nosse rem p., first qualification: caput litterarum cum alquo, reason for corresponding: Epicuri, chief dogma: caput belli et summa, V.—In writings, a division, paragraph, chapter: legis: caput Annianum de hereditatibus, passage in the will of A.— Of money, the principal sum, capital, stock: quibus ille de capite dempsisset, reduced their debts: de capite deducite alqd, L.: Quinas hic capiti mercedes exsecet, extort sixty per centum, H.
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    head; person; life; leader; top; source/mouth (river); capital (punishment); heading; chapter, principal division

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  • 9 compīlō

        compīlō āvī, ātus, āre,    to plunder, pillage, rifle, rob: fana: si malui compilari quam venire: hortos: te, H.: Crispini scrinia, H.: ipsum (Iovem), Ph.: ab iure consultis sapientiam, steal.
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    compilare, compilavi, compilatus V TRANS
    rob/pillage, snatch; steal from (another author)/plagiarize; beat up thoroughly

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  • 10 conditor.

       conditor. ōris, m    [condo], a maker, builder, framer, establisher, founder, author, compiler: arcis, V.: cuius (oppidi), S.: urbis, L.: noster, L.: exit Conditor urbe suā, O.: Romani anni, i. e. author of the Fasti, O.: carminum, Cu.: Romani iuris, L.: communis, the universal creator, Iu.

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  • 11 condītor

        condītor ōris, m    [condio], a seasoner, pickler: negotii (a pun; cf. 1 conditor).
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    I
    original builder, founder; originator/creator; author; preserver; organizer
    II
    seasoner, one who seasons; one who prepares a thing in a savory manner (L+S)

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  • 12 condō

        condō didī, ditus, ere    [com- + do], to put together, make by joining, found, establish, build, settle: oppida, H.: urbem: urbs condita vi et armis, L.: ante Romam conditam, before the foundation of Rome: post urbem conditam: gentem, V.: optato conduntur Thybridis alveo, they settle, V.—To erect, make, construct, build, found: aram, L.: sepulcrum, H.: moenia, V.—To compose, write, celebrate, treat, describe: conditum ab Livio poëtā carmen, L.: poëma: festa numeris, O. — To establish, found, be the author of, produce, make: aurea saecula, V.: collegium novum, L.—To put away, lay by, lay up, store, treasure: pecuniam: fructūs: (pocula) condita servo, V.: quod mox depromere possim, H.: Sabinum testā lēvi, H.: mella puris amphoris, H.: messīs, O.: (piratas) in carcerem, to imprison: captivos in vincula, L.: sortes eo: litteras in aerario: se (aves) in foliis, V.: domi conditus consulatus, i. e. safe: omne bonum in visceribus medullisque.—To preserve, pickle: corna in faece, O.—To inter, bury: mortuos cerā circumlitos: animam sepulcro, V.: te humi, V.: fraternas umbras tumulo, O.: patrem, Ph.: fulgura publica, i. e. things blasted, Iu.: tempora Notis condita fastis, i. e. recorded, H.: longos Cantando soles, to bury, dispose of, V.: diem collibus in suis, H.: lūstrum, to complete, close (by offering sacrifices): idque conditum lūstrum appellavit, L.—To conceal, hide, secrete, suppress: Sibylla condita: aetas condet nitentia, H.: caelum umbrā, V.: aliquid iocoso furto, make away with, H.: voltum aequore, O.: ensīs, sheathe, H.: ferrum, Ph.: oculos, shut, O.: lumina, V.: se in viscera (terrae), O.: per omnīs se portas, retire, V.: Numidarum turmas medio in saltu, place in ambush, L.—To strike deep, plunge, bury: in gurgitis ima sceptrum, O.: digitos in lumina, O.: Pectore in adverso ensem, V.: telum iugulo, O.: stimulos caecos in pectore, O.
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    condere, condidi, conditus V TRANS
    put/insert (into); store up/put away, preserve, bottle (wine); bury/inter; sink; build/found, make; shut (eyes); conceal/hide/keep safe; put together, compose; restore; sheathe (sword); plunge/bury (weapon in enemy); put out of sight

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  • 13 creātor

        creātor ōris, m    [creo], a creator, author, begetter, founder: urbis: Achillis, father, O.
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    creator (of world); maker, author; founder (city); father; one who appoints

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  • 14 dux

        dux ducis, m and f    [DVC-], a leader, conductor, guide: itineris periculique, S.: locorum, L.: iis ducibus, qui, etc., guided by, Cs.: Teucro duce, H.: Hac (bove) duce carpe vias, O.—Of troops, a commander, general - in - chief: Helvetiorum, Cs.: hostium, S.— A lieutenant-general, general of division (opp. imperator), Cs. — In gen., a commander, ruler, leader, chief, head, author, ringleader, adviser, promoter: ad despoliandum Diane templum: me uno togato duce: optimae sententiae: femina facti, V.: dux regit examen, H.: armenti (i. e. taurus), O.: Te duce, while you are lord, H.—Fig., a guide, master, adviser, counsellor: natura bene vivendi: Sine duce ullo pervenire ad hanc improbitatem: quo me duce tuter (i. e. magister), H.
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    leader, guide; commander, general; Duke (medieval, Bee)

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  • 15 effector

        effector ōris, m    [ex + 2 FAC-], an effecter, producer, cause: stilus dicendi.
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    author, originator, one who creates/causes; maker (Ecc); doer

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  • 16 effectrīx

        effectrīx īcis, f    [effector], a producer, cause. voluptatum.
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    author (feminine), originator, she who creates/causes/effects; maker (Ecc); doe

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  • 17 inventor

        inventor ōris, m    [in+BA-], a contriver, author, discoverer, inventor: voluptatum, T.: olei: omnium artium, Cs.: scelerum, V.: legis Volero, proposer, L.: Stoicorum, founder.
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    inventor; author; discoverer

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  • 18 magister

        magister trī, m    [1 MAC-], a master, chief, head, superior, director, president, leader, commander, conductor: populi (dictator), chief of the people: dictatoris magister equitum, master of the horse: equitum cum dictatore magistri, Iu.: (censor) morum, master of morals: sacrorum, chief priest, L.: scripturae, comptrollor of revenues from farmed lands: pro magistro esse, deputy comptrollor: in eā societate, manager: pecus magistri Perfundunt, herdsmen, V.: cui magistri fiunt et domini constituuntur, trustees and guardians.—A captain, master, pilot: navium onerarium magistri, captains, Cs.: navis, H.: magistri navium, L.: spoliata magistro (navis), pilot, V.— A teacher, instructor, master: tuus: pueri apud magistros exercentur: te uti in hac re magistro: peragere dictata magistri, i. e. rules for carving, Iu.: stilus optimus dicendi magister: si usus magister est optimus.— A tutor, guardian, pedagogue: senes me filiis Relinquont quasi magistrum, T.: saevus, H.: Fingit equum docilem magister, trainer, H.—Fig., an adviser, instigator, author: ad eam rem inprobus, T.: ad despoliandum Dianae templum.
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    teacher, tutor, master, expert, chief; pilot of a ship; rabbi

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  • 19 parēns

        parēns entis ( gen plur. entum and entium), m and f    [P. of pario], a procreator, father, mother, parent: parenti potius quam amori obsequi, T.: ex parenti meo ita accepi, S.: tuus: amandus, H.: alma parens Idaea deum, V.: cum is tibi parentis numero fuisset: sibi parentis loco esse, i. e. to be revered as a father, L.: suos parentīs repperit, T.: (caritas) inter natos et parentes: parentes cum liberis, Cs.— A grandparent, progenitor, ancestor (of recent generations; more remote ancestors are maiores): Siciliam ac Sardiniam parentibus nostris ereptas recuperare, L.: more parentum, ancestral, V.— Plur, relations, kinsfolk, kindred (of brothers and cousins), Cu.— Fig., a father, founder, inventor, author: me urbis parentem esse dixerunt: Socrates philosophiae: (Mercurius) lyrae parens, H.: parentis laudes, i. e. Jupiter, H.
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    parent, father, mother

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  • 20 prīnceps

        prīnceps cipis, adj.    [primus+CAP-], first in order, foremost: se principes ex omnibus bellum facturos pollicentur, Cs.: in fugā postremus, in periculo princeps: princeps Horatius ibat, in front, L.: principes pecuniae pollicendae fuerunt, took the lead in: princeps in haec verba iurat, Cs.: ut principes talem nuntium attulisse viderentur, might be the first, Cs.: matri Qui dederit princeps oscula, O.: Princeps ante omnīs agebat Agmen, first of all, V.: qualitatum aliae sunt principes, original: addere principi Limo particulam, H.— The first, chief, most eminent, most noble: longe omnium gravitate princeps Plato: terrarum populus, L.— Prov.: Principibus placuisse viris non ultima laus est, H.—As subst m., the first man, first person: senatūs, first on the roll, S.: principes sententiarum consulares, who were first asked for their opinion, L.— The first, chief, leader, foremost man: in re p. principes esse: iuventutis, one of the noblest of the Roman knights: trecenti principes iuventutis Romanae, i. e. patrician youths, L.: (pueri) aequalium principes, first among their fellows. —A chief, head, author, founder, originator, leader, contriver: Zeno eorum (Stoicorum): Argonautarum, i. e. Jason: principes inferendi belli, Cs.: sententiae in senatu: eius consili principes, Cs.: equitum, at the head of, Iu.: familiae suae, founder, L.— A prince, ruler, sovereign, emperor: hic ames dici pater atque princeps, H.: principis uxor, Iu.—In the army, plur., orig., the foremost line ; hence, the heavy-armed, second line of soldiers ; cf. totidem princeps habebat Corpora (poet. for principes), O.— A company of the principes: primi principis signum, of the first company of the heavyarmed, L.: octavum principem duxit, was centurion of the eighth maniple.—A centurion of the principes: princeps prior, first captain of the principes, Cs.: tertiae legionis, L.— The office of centurion of the principes, captaincy of the principes: mihi primus princeps prioris centuriae est adsignatus, i. e. centurion of the first century of the first maniple, L.
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    (gen.), principis ADJ
    first, foremost, leading, chief, front; earliest, original; most necessary
    II
    leader/chief, first/leading member/citizen/man; master/expert; founder/proposer; Princeps (non-military title of Roman Emperor); senior Senator; leader of pack

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