Translation: from latin

master

  • 1 Delos

    Dēlos, ī, Akk. on u. um, f. (Δηλος), die kleine Insel Delos im Ägäischen Meere, eine der Zykladen, Geburtsort Apollos u. der Diana, Hauptsitz des Apollokultus und eines der berühmtesten Orakel, j. Dili, Cic. de imp. Pomp. 55. Cic. II. Verr. 1, 46 sqq. Lucil. 123. Verg. georg. 3, 6. Prop. 4, 6, 27. – Dav.: A) Dēlius, a, um (Δήλιος), delisch, tellus, Delos, Ov.: Apollo, Cic. u. Arnob.: derselbe auch D. vates, Verg., u. bl. Delius (Vok. Delie), Ov.: dah. folia D., der Lorbeer, Hor.: antra, das Orakel, Stat.: furta, die geheimen Liebschaften Apollos, Stat.: sacerdos, Mopsus, der Sohn Apollos, Val. Flacc. – D. dea, Diana, Hor.: D. virgo triformis (s. d.), Corp. inscr. Lat. 2, 2660. – subst., a) Dēlia, ae, f., α) Diana, Verg. u. Ov. – β) Name einer Geliebten, Tibull. u. Verg. – b) Dēlium (ion), iī, n. (Δήλιον), kleine Stadt im Gebiete von Tanagra in Böotien mit einem (in Gestalt des delischen erbauten) großen Tempel Apollos, j. Delis, Cic. de div. 1, 123. Liv. 31, 45, 6 u. 8. – B) Dēliacus, a, um (Δηλιακος), delisch, aes (gleich dem korinthischen berühmt), Plin.: dah. vasa, supellex, Cic.: subst. Dēliaca, ōrum, n. (sc. vasa), Vasen von del. Bronze, Lampr. – Auch waren die Delier durch die Zucht u. das Mästen von Hühnern u. das dabei angewandte Kapaunen der Hähne berühmt, Varro, Cic. u.a.: dah. gallinarius D., ein delischer Hühnerwärter, -mäster, Cic.; u. Deliaci manu recisi, d.i. kastriert, Petron. 23, 3. – C) Dēliadae, ārum, die Abkömmlinge von Delos, die Deliaden, v. Apollo u. der Diana, Manil. bei Varro LL. 7, 16 (die Hdschrn. Deli).

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  • 2 saginator

    sagīnātor, ōris, m., (sagino), der Mäster, Gloss. III, 309, 38.

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  • 3 Delos

    Dēlos, ī, Akk. on u. um, f. (Δηλος), die kleine Insel Delos im Ägäischen Meere, eine der Zykladen, Geburtsort Apollos u. der Diana, Hauptsitz des Apollokultus und eines der berühmtesten Orakel, j. Dili, Cic. de imp. Pomp. 55. Cic. II. Verr. 1, 46 sqq. Lucil. 123. Verg. georg. 3, 6. Prop. 4, 6, 27. – Dav.: A) Dēlius, a, um (Δήλιος), delisch, tellus, Delos, Ov.: Apollo, Cic. u. Arnob.: derselbe auch D. vates, Verg., u. bl. Delius (Vok. Delie), Ov.: dah. folia D., der Lorbeer, Hor.: antra, das Orakel, Stat.: furta, die geheimen Liebschaften Apollos, Stat.: sacerdos, Mopsus, der Sohn Apollos, Val. Flacc. – D. dea, Diana, Hor.: D. virgo triformis (s. d.), Corp. inscr. Lat. 2, 2660. – subst., a) Dēlia, ae, f., α) Diana, Verg. u. Ov. – β) Name einer Geliebten, Tibull. u. Verg. – b) Dēlium (ion), iī, n. (Δήλιον), kleine Stadt im Gebiete von Tanagra in Böotien mit einem (in Gestalt des delischen erbauten) großen Tempel Apollos, j. Delis, Cic. de div. 1, 123. Liv. 31, 45, 6 u. 8. – B) Dēliacus, a, um (Δηλιακος), delisch, aes (gleich dem korinthischen berühmt), Plin.: dah. vasa, supellex, Cic.: subst. Dēliaca, ōrum, n. (sc. vasa), Vasen von del. Bronze, Lampr. – Auch waren die Delier durch die Zucht u. das Mästen von Hühnern u. das dabei angewandte Kapaunen der Hähne berühmt, Varro, Cic. u.a.: dah. gallinarius D., ein
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    delischer Hühnerwärter, -mäster, Cic.; u. Deliaci manu recisi, d.i. kastriert, Petron. 23, 3. – C) Dēliadae, ārum, die Abkömmlinge von Delos, die Deliaden, v. Apollo u. der Diana, Manil. bei Varro LL. 7, 16 (die Hdschrn. Deli).

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  • 4 saginator

    sagīnātor, ōris, m., (sagino), der Mäster, Gloss. III, 309, 38.

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  • 5 adsertor

        adsertor ōris, m    [2 adsero], one who claims (as master): puellae, L.—A defender, advocate, O.
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    one asserting status of another; restorer of liberty, protector, champion

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  • 6 alīptēs or alīpta

        alīptēs or alīpta ae, m, ἀλείπτησ, one who anointed wrestlers, a wrestling-master, C., Iu.

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  • 7 antistes

        antistes itis, m and f    [ante + STA-], an overseer of a temple, high-priest, priest of a rite or a god: caerimoniarum: sacri eius, L.: Iovis, N.: sacrorum, Iu. — Fem. (for antistita): adsiduae templi antistites, unremitting attendants at, L.— Meton., a master: artis dicendi.
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    I
    (high) priest/priestess; mouthpiece of god; master/authority (w/GEN); protector
    II
    bishop, abbot, prelate; master; occasionally applied to those of inferior rank

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  • 8 aquārius

        aquārius adj.    [aqua], of water, watery: provincia, of aqueducts.—As subst m., a water-carrier, Iu. — A conduit-master, Cael. ap. C. — The constellation Aquarius, the water-carrier.
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    I
    water-bearer; (Constellation); overseer/workman at the public water supply
    II
    aquaria, aquarium ADJ
    of/for water; requiring water (tools/instruments)

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  • 9 arbiter

        arbiter trī, m    [ad + BA-, VA-], a spectator, beholder, hearer, eye-witness, witness: cedo quemvis arbitrum, T.: ab arbitris remoto loco: arbitris procul amotis, S.: arbitros eicit, L.—Poet.: locus maris arbiter, i. e. commanding, H.—In law, he who hears and decides a cause, an umpire, judge, arbiter: Me cepere arbitrum, T.: quis in hanc rem fuit arbiter?—A judge, arbitrator, umpire: inter Academiam et Zenonem: pugnae, H.: concordiae civium, mediator, L. — A governor, lord, ruler, master: armorum (Mars), O.: bibendi, H.: Hadriae, ruler, H.: elegantiae, Ta.
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    eye-witness, on-looker; umpire, judge, arbiter; overseer, lord; executor

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  • 10 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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  • 11 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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  • 12 com-pos (conp-)

        com-pos (conp-) potis, adj.    [com- + POT-], master of, powerful over, possessing, participating in: animi, sane, T.: mentis: sui, L.: rationis et consili: eius doni, sharing in, L.: huius urbis: me conpotem voti facere, grant my wish, L.: voti sententia compos, i. e. the expression of joy in success, H.: animo et scientiā. corpore atque animo, L.: praedā ingenti, L.

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  • 13 convīvātor

        convīvātor ōris, m    [convivor], a host, entertainer, master of a feast, H., L.
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    host; one who gives a dinner party/entertainment; master of feast (L+S)

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  • 14 cupiō

        cupiō īvī, ītus, ere    [CVP-], to long for, desire, wish: Qui cupit, i. e. is possessed by a master-passion, H.: omnibus cupientibus ad castra contendit, Cs.: nuptias, T.: domum alius, alius agros, S.: triumphum: cupio omnia quae vis, your wishes are mine, H.: imperia minime cupiunda, S.: corde cupitus, Enn. ap. C.: hanc visamque cupit potiturque cupitā, O.: quidquid cupitum foret, L.: Emori, T.: audire: videre qui audeat dicere: quid possent perspici, Cs.: haberi formosus, H.: me esse clementem: me non mendacem putari: et se cupit ante videri, V.: ut peccet, etc.: cuperem ipse adesset (i. e. vellem), V.—To be well disposed, be favorable, favor, wish well, be interested for: ipsi Glycerio, T.: Helvetiis, Cs.: quid ego Fundanio non cupio?—With causā (alcuius), to be at the service of, be devoted to, be zealous for: alquem suā causā: qui te neque velle suā causā, nec, si cupias, posse arbitrantur: cuius causā omnia cupio, to whom I am wholly devoted.
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    cupere, cupivi, cupitus V TRANS
    wish/long/be eager for; desire/want, covet; desire as a lover; favor, wish well

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  • 15 dē-cernō

        dē-cernō crēvī    (often decrēram, decrērim, etc.), crētus, ere.—Officially, to decide, determine, pronounce a decision, judge, decree, resolve, vote: inter quos iam decreverat decretumque mutabat, alias, etc.: si caedes facta, īdem (Druides) decernunt, i. e. pass judgment, Cs.: non decrevi solum, sed etiam ut vos decerneretis laboravi: qui ordo decrevit invitus, on compulsion: dierum viginti supplicationem, Cs.: vindicias secundum servitutem, in favor of slavery, i. e. restore the slave to his master, L.: triumphum Africano: praemium servo libertatem, S.: tres legatos: id quod senatus me auctore decrevit: provinciae privatis decernuntur, Cs.: meā diligentiā patefactam esse coniurationem decrevistis: supplicium sumendum decreverat, had voted, S.: senatus Romae decrevit, ut, etc., L.: mea sententia tibi decernit, ut regem reducas, etc.: senatus decrevit, darent operam consules, ut, etc., S.: ita censeo decernendum: acerbissime decernitur, Cs.: in parricidas rei p. decretum esse, S.: libere decernendi potestas, of voting freely, Cs.—In gen., to decide, determine, judge, fix, settle: rem dubiam decrevit vox opportune emissa, L.: utri utris imperent, sine magnā clade, L.: Duo talenta pro re nostrā ego esse decrevi satis, T.: in quo omnia mea posita esse decrevi: mihi decretum est, with acc. and inf, I am fully convinced, Ta.: alqm hostem, to proclaim an enemy: omnibus quae postulaverat decretis, S.: pauci ferocius decernunt, insist on harsher measures, S.—Of battle, to decide by combat, fight out, fight, combat, contend: Samnis Romanusne Italiam regant, decernamus, L.: gladiatorium certamen ferro decernitur: ne armis decernatur: cornibus inter se, V.: acie, L.: classe decreturi, N.: integriore exercitu, N.: lacessere ad decernendum, L. — In gen., to contend, compete, struggle: decernite criminibus, mox ferro decreturi, L.: cursibus et crudo caestu, V.: de salute rei p.: pro meā famā.—To decide, determine, form a purpose, resolve: num quis quicquam decernit invitus?: Rhenum transire decreverat, Cs.: decretumst pati, T.: certum atque decretum est non dare signum, L.: aetatem a rei p. procul habendam, S.: praetoris imperio parendum esse: hic decernit ut miser sit: quā suis opem ferrent, L.

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  • 16 dēsīgnātor

        dēsīgnātor    see dissignator.
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    arranger; assigner of theater seats; undertaker/master of ceremonies (funeral)

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  • 17 dominor

        dominor ātus, ārī, dep.    [dominus], to be lord, be in power, have dominion, bear rule, domineer: Alexandriae: lubido dominandi, S.: iudicum ordo dominabatur, L.: Urbs multos dominata per annos, V.: femina dominatur, Ta.: in fortunis hominum: in exercitu, L.: in adversarios, L.: inter quos, etc., Cs.: summā dominarier arce, V.— To rule, be supreme, prevail, extend: Pestis in moenibus urbis, O.: inter nitentia culta avenae, V.: nusquam latius mare, Ta. — Fig., to rule, be supreme, reign, govern: longinquitate potestas (sc. censura) dominans, L.: senectus si dominatur in suos.
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    dominari, dominatus sum V DEP
    be master/despot/in control, rule over, exercise sovereignity; rule/dominate

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  • 18 dominus

        dominus ī, m    [2 DOM-], a master, possessor, ruler, lord, proprietor, owner: aedium, T.: servos, Quoi dominus curaest, T.: nec imperante domino: fugitivi ab dominis: Contemptae rei, H.: bonus adsiduusque, householder.—A master, lord, ruler, commander, chief, proprietor, owner, despot, tyrant: condicio omnium gentium domini: summi domini numen: populi, quem Graeci tyrannum vocant: dominum Aenean in regna recepit, V. — Fig.: gravissimi domini, terror ac metus: rei futurus, who must decide: nec prosunt domino artes, O.: Urget non lenis, i. e. passion, H.: vitae necisque, arbiter, L.— The master of a feast, entertainer, host, C.: dominorum invitatio, L.— The master of a public show, C.—A title of the emperor, master, Ph.
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    owner, lord, master; the Lord; title for ecclesiastics/gentlemen

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  • 19 domō

        domō uī, itus, āre    [2 DOM-], to domesticate, tame, break, subdue, master: feras beluas: pecus, S.: vitulos, V. — To subdue, vanquish, overcome, conquer, reduce: gentīs barbaras: hostīs virtute: omnia circa se domita armis habere, L.: quae te cumque domat Venus, H.: illum Cura domat, V.: domitā fluminis vi, L.: Illos longa domant ieiunia, destroy, O.: domitas habere libidines: virtus omnia domuerat, S.: spiritum, H.: prelo uvam, press, H.: partem tergoris ferventibus undis, boil soft, O.
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    domare, domui, domitus V
    subdue, master, tame; conquer

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  • 20 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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