Translation: from latin

author of the

  • 161 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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  • 162 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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  • 163 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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  • 164 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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  • 165 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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    I
    (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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  • 166 repertor

        repertor ōris, m    [reperio], a discoverer, inventor, deviser, author: vitis, i. e. Bacchus, O.: mellis, O.: medicinae, i. e. Æsculapius, V.: hominum rerumque, i. e. Jupiter, V.: pallae honestae, H.
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    discoverer, inventor, author

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  • 167 Rufulus

        Rufulus ī, m    [Rufus], a tribune of the soldiers elected by the army (from Rutilius Rufus, the author of the law permitting the election), L.

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  • 168 sator

        sator ōris, m    [1 SA-], a sower, planter, C.— Fig., a father, creator: caelestūm, i. e. Jupiter: hominum atque deorum, V.— A sower, promoter, author: litis, L.
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    sower, planter; founder, progenitor (usu. divine); originator

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  • 169 scrīptor

        scrīptor öris, m    [scribo], one who writes, a writer, scribe, copyist, clerk: scriptores male mulcati: librarius, H.— One that composes in writing, a writer, composer, author, reporter, narrator: venustissimus: scriptorum magna ingenia, etc., S.: in tantā scriptorum turbā, L.: Scriptorum chorus, H.: nobilium scriptorum auditor, H.: omnium bonarum artium scriptores legendi: rerum scriptor, historian, L.: rerum suarum: historiarum, Iu.: Troiani belli, H.— A drawer up, compiler, draughtsman: legum: legis.
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    writer, author; scribe

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  • 170 sēminātor

        sēminātor ōris, m    [semino], an originator, producer, author: omnium rerum (mundus).— Fig.: malorum.

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  • 171 Sibylla

        Sibylla ae, f, Σίβυλλα, a female soothsayer, prophetess, priestess of Apollo, Sibyl: terrae vis Pythiam Delphis incitabat, naturae Sibyllam. —Deiphobe, daughter of Glaucus, who lived in a grotto at Cumae: Cumaea, V.: vivacis antra Sibyllae, O.—A Sibyl, the author of the Sibylline books kept in the Capitol, C., L.
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    prophetess, sibyl

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  • 172 stilus

        stilus (not stylus), ī, m    [STIG-], a pointed instrument ; hence, in a double sense: si meus stilus ille fuisset, ut dicitur, had that weapon been mine, had I been the author of that tragedy: hic stilus haud petet ultro Quemquam, my pe<*> will stab no one wantonly, H.—For writing on waxen tablets, an iron pencil, style: orationes paene Attico stilo scriptae, with an Attic pen: luxuries, quae stilo depascenda est, i. e. to be moderated by practice in writing: vertit stilum in tabulis suis, i. e. makes erasures (with the broad upper end of the style): Saepe stilum vertas, H.— A writing, composition, practice of composing: stilus optimus dicendi effector: exercitatus, a practised pen.—A manner of writing, mode of expression, style: Dissimili oratione sunt factae (fabulae) ac stilo, in language and style, T.: artifex stilus, an artistic style.
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    stylus, pencil, iron pen; column, pillar

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  • 173 aesopus

    Aesop (Greek author of fables); (Roman tragic actor contemporary with Cicero)

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  • 174 architecta

    architect (female), master-builder; inventor, designer, maker, author, deviser

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  • 175 artufex

    artist, actor; craftsman; master of an art; author, maker; mastermind, schemer

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  • 176 augustinus

    Augustine; (St./Bishop of Hippo, 354-430, author of Confessions, City of God)

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  • 177 autenticus

    autentica, autenticum ADJ
    original (document), genuine, authentic; that comes from the author

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  • 178 authenticus

    authentica, authenticum ADJ
    original (document), genuine, authentic; that comes from the author

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  • 179 breviator

    epitomiser, abridger; author of a breviarium (summary statement)

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  • 180 commentator

    inventor, deviser; contriver (L+S); author; interpreter (of law)

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