Translation: from latin

author

  • 1 author

    author, authoritas... → auctor, auctoritas.
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    author, authoritas... → auctor, auctoritas.
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        Author, authoris, pen. prod. com. g. Qui premier faict et invente quelque chose.
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        Author alicuius operis. Cic. Autheur, qui a faict et composé quelque oeuvre.
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        Consiliarius et author. Cic. Conseilleur et enhorteur.
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        Authores et magistri religionum. Cic. Instituteurs et conservateurs, ou gouverneurs.
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        Praeclarus author suae ciuitatis. Cic. Conservateur, Gouverneur, Protecteur, Defendeur.
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        Suasor et author. Cic. Enhorteur et cause, ou conseilleur.
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        Carminis author. Tibull. Autheur, Compositeur.
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        Author doloris alicuius. Cic. Celuy qui en est cause.
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        Praedicator et author alieni facti. Cic. Loueur et protecteur, ou defendeur.
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        Nobilitatis tuae author. Cic. Instituteur, Fondateur.
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        Author fuit profectionis. Caesar. Il en fut cause, Ce fut par luy
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        Author Reipub. ac dux. Cic. Gouverneur, Chef.
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        Author huius sermonis est Valerius. Cic. C'est luy qui a semé ce bruit. \ Veri author. Horat. Docteur de verité.
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        Viae author. Ouid. Qui montre le chemin, Qui fait aller par tel chemin.
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        Author his rebus quis est? Terent. Par qui est ce que ceci a esté faict? Qui en est cause? Qui a donné ce conseil?
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        Author tibi non sum profugere. Cic. Je ne te conseille, et ne suis d'advis que tu t'en fuyes.
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        Author id tibi sum. Plaut. Cic. Je te conseille cela, fay le à mon adveu, Je le pren sur moy.
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        Author tibi sum vt. Plaut. Cic. Je suis d'advis que, etc.
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        Author illi sum de hac re. Plau. Je l'ay advoué et authorizé de ce.
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        Authore me, Authore te. Terent. A mon adveu, Par, ou de mon conseil et consentement.
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        Omnes istos me authore deridete. Cic. A mon adveu, A ma fiance.
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        Authore Clitomacho. Cic. Comme dit Clitomachus.
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        Authoribus plurimis. Liu. Selon l'opinion de plusieurs.
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        Iisdem authoribus cognitum est, AEquos, Volscosque summa vi bellum apparare. Liu. L'ont sceut par ceulx mesmes.
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        Celeberrimi authores. Plin. De grand renom.
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        Authores classici. Gellius. Autheurs authentiques receuz et approuvez.
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        Leuis author. Liu. Auquel ne fault pas adjouster grande foy.
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        Locuples. Cic. Digne de foy.
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        Sordidus. Horat. De nulle estime.
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        Fides appellet authorem. Plin. Je m'en rapporte à l'autheur.
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        Citare authorem. Liu. Alleguer, Nommer.
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        Criminari authores. Quintil. Blasmer.
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        Authorem dare rem. Plaut. Le monstrer par effect.
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        Enarrare authores. Quintil. Exposer, Declairer.
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        Author est Massurius. Plin. Massurius l'a dict, Massurius l'a ainsi descript.
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        Authores sunt. Plin. Il y en a qui dient, ou qui escrivent.
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        Authorem habere aliquem. Terent. Cic. Avoir bon garant.
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        Rumorem authorem habere. Cic. N'en scavoir que par ouir dire.
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        In incerto est author. Ouid. On ne scait qui fait le coup, L'autheur est incognu.
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        Authorem laudare. Cic. Nommer, Alleguer.
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        Lectitare authores. Cic. Lire souvent.
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        Praelegere authores. Quintil. Exposer aux auditeurs.
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        Proferre authores. Cic. Alleguer et nommer ses autheurs.
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        Authorem aliquem sequi. Plin. Ensuyvre aucun qui a faict premierement quelque chose.
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        Id sic ratum esset, si Patres authores fierent. Liu. Si le Senat l'approuvoit, S'il estoit passé et approuvé par le Senat, S'il estoit enteriné en la Cour.
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        Maiores nostri nullam ne priuatam quidem rem agere foeminas sine authore voluerunt. Liu. Sans l'authorité de leurs parens ou maris.
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        Authores sumus tutam ibi maiestatem Romani nominis fore. Liu. Nostre advis est que, etc. ou Selon nostre opinion.
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        Legum ab eis latarum Patres authores fuerunt. Liu. Ils ont faict ces loix par l'advis et conseil des Senateurs.
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        Author eum significat, a quo quis emit. Garant, Autheur de qui on achepte quelque chose.
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        A malo authore aliquid emere. Cic. Achepter d'un vendeur mal asseuré.
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        Author fundi. Cic. Garant de l'heritage vendu.
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        Authores pupillorum. Paulus iurisconsultus. Tuteurs et curateurs d'iceulx.

    Dictionarium latinogallicum > author

  • 2 author

    author, authōritās, s. auctor, auctoritas.

    lateinisch-deutsches > author

  • 3 author

    author, authōritās, s. auctor, auctoritas.

    Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch > author

  • 4 author

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

    Lewis & Short latin dictionary > author

  • 5 author

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

    Latin-English dictionary > author

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  • author — 1. noun. An author is a male or a female writer; authoress is widely regarded as depreciatory or even offensive. when used by men, although women writers still use it occasionally of themselves • (The authoress would like to dedicate this story… …   Modern English usage

  • author — [ô′thər] n. [ME autour < OFr autor < L auctor, enlarger, author < augere, to increase: see WAX2] 1. a person who makes or originates something; creator; originator [“author of liberty”] 2. a writer of a book, article, etc.; often specif …   English World dictionary

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  • Author — Au thor ([add] th[ e]r), v. t. 1. To occasion; to originate. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Such an overthrow . . . I have authored. Chapman. [1913 Webster] 2. To tell; to say; to declare. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] More of him I dare not author. Massinger.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • author — ► NOUN 1) a writer of a book or article. 2) a person who originates a plan or idea. ► VERB ▪ be the author of. DERIVATIVES authoress noun authorial adjective authorship noun …   English terms dictionary

  • author — 1 *maker, creator 2 *writer, composer …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • author — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ best selling ▪ prolific ▪ famous, well known ▪ published ▪ Her ambition was to become a published …   Collocations dictionary

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