Translation: from latin

provincial

  • 1 municipalis

    mūnĭcĭpālis, e [st2]1 [-] municipal, de municipe. [st2]2 [-] de ville municipale. [st2]3 [-] de petite ville, provincial, obscur, ignoré; médiocre.
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    mūnĭcĭpālis, e [st2]1 [-] municipal, de municipe. [st2]2 [-] de ville municipale. [st2]3 [-] de petite ville, provincial, obscur, ignoré; médiocre.
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        Municipalis, et hoc municipale, pen. prod. Cic. Appartenant au faict des bourgeois de chasque ville.
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        Municipales homines. Cic. Qui n'ont gueres veu.
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        Municipale ius, Les coustumes particulieres de chasque ville et cité.

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  • 2 oppidanus

    oppidanus, a, um provincial, de la ville, de la place forte.    - oppidani, ōrum, m.: les habitants de la place, les assiégés; les habitants de la ville, les citadins.
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    oppidanus, a, um provincial, de la ville, de la place forte.    - oppidani, ōrum, m.: les habitants de la place, les assiégés; les habitants de la ville, les citadins.
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        Oppidanus, oppidani, pen. prod. Caes. Qui demeure en ville, Habitant en ville.
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        Oppidanus, pen. prod. Adiectiuum: vt Oppidanum ius. Cic. Droict usité en une ville.

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  • 3 peregrinitas

    pĕrĕgrīnĭtās, ātis, f. [st2]1 [-] condition d'étranger, pérégrinité. [st2]2 [-] goût provincial, goût étranger, moeurs du dehors. [st2]3 [-] l'accent étranger.
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    pĕrĕgrīnĭtās, ātis, f. [st2]1 [-] condition d'étranger, pérégrinité. [st2]2 [-] goût provincial, goût étranger, moeurs du dehors. [st2]3 [-] l'accent étranger.
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        Peregrinitas, pen. corr. peregrinitatis. Vlpian. Habitation et demeure en pays estrange.
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        Ad peregrinitatem redactus. Vlpian. Qui est banni hors de son pays.
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        Infusa est in vrbem nostram peregrinitas. Cic. Peregrinité, Barbarie, Maniere estrange de parler et prononcer.

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  • 4 prouincialis

        Prouincialis, et hoc prouinciale, pen. prod. Vlp. Qui demeure en une province, Provincial.
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        Negotia prouincialia. Cic. De la province, Appartenants à la province.
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        Scientia prouincialis. Cicero. Qui traicte du gouvernement des provinces.

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  • 5 conventus

        conventus    P. of convenio.
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    agreement, covenant; coming together; conjunction (astrology); Roman district; gathering, meeting; assembly, people in assembly; provincial court, "assize"; convent, monastery

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  • 6 conventus

        conventus ūs, m    [com-+BA-, VEN-], a meeting, assembly, throng: comitum, T.: virorum mulierumque: primo conventu, S.: conventu pro solitudine abuti: natum Conventūs trahit in medios, V.: ridetur ab omni Conventu, H.—A congress, council: civitatium, L.: Arcadum, N.: gentis, L.—A trading company, corporation: in provincia conventūs magni: Syracusanus: Cordubae, Cs.—A judicial session, court of justice: agere conventum, to hold a court: ad conventūs agendos, Cs.: per conventūs ire, Iu.—An agreeing, agreement. ex conventu, by agreement: clamare omnes ex conventu, with one accord.
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    agreement, covenant; coming together; conjunction (astrology); Roman district; gathering, meeting; assembly, people in assembly; provincial court, "assize"; convent, monastery

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  • 7 dē-cēdō

        dē-cēdō cessī    (inf. dēcēsse, T.), cessus, ere, to go away, depart, withdraw, retire: de alterā parte (agri), Cs.: de praesidio: ex Galliā Romam: e pastu decedere campis, V.: Africā, S.: praesidio, L.: naves suo cursu, i. e. went out of their course, Cs.—To retire, withdraw, retreat, fall back, abandon a position: nisi decedat atque exercitum deducat, Cs.: inde, Cs.: Italiā. — Of a provincial magistrate, to retire, surrender (office): de provinciā decessit: ex Syriā: provinciā: te decessurum fuisse: Romam, S.: Romam ad triumphum, L.—To give place, make way, retire, yield: servo in viā Decesse populum, T.: serae nocti, i. e. at the approach of, V.: calori, to escape from, V.: canibus de viā, avoid: his omnes decedunt, avoid, Cs. —Fig., to depart, disappear, die: de vitā: ex ingratorum hominum conspectu morte, N.: cum pater familiae decessit, Cs.: in paupertate, N.— To depart, go off, abate, subside, cease: febres, N.: nuntiatum est aestum decedere, L.: De summā nihil decedet, be wanting, T.: de causā periculi nihil: quaestioni materia decessit, L.: Decedet iam ira haec, T.: neque Decedit aeratā triremi cura, H.: postquam invidia decesserat, S.—Poet.: sol decedens, setting, V.: lux, tarde decedere visa, O.: decedentia Tempora, passing seasons, H.—To depart from, give up, resign, forego, yield, swerve: de suis bonis: de meo iure: de sententiā: de foro, to retire from public life, N.: de scenā: de officio decessum, L.: iure suo, L.: poema si paulum summo decessit, has fallen short of, H.: cum (senatus) nihil a decretis decesserit.—To depart, deviate: de viā, i. e. from right: instituto suo, L.: fide, L.— To give way, yield: decede peritis, be guided by, H.: ubi non Hymetto Mella decedunt, are not inferior, H.

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  • 8 dēcessor

        dēcessor ōris, m    [decedo], a retiring officer, predecessor, C., Ta.
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  • 9 dēcessus

        dēcessus ūs, m    [decedo], a going away, departure: Dionysii, N.— A withdrawal, retirement (from office): Bruti.— A subsidence, ebbing: aestūs, Cs.— Decease, death: amicorum.
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    departure; retirement (provincial magistrate); passing/death; decline/fall/ebb

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  • 10 mūnicipālis

        mūnicipālis e, adj.    [municeps], of a municipality, municipal: a materno genere municipalis: homines.— Of a petty town, provincial: eques (of Cicero), Iu.
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    municipalis, municipale ADJ
    of, belonging to or typical of a municipium; provincial (contemptous insult)

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  • 11 oppidānus

        oppidānus adj.    [oppidum], of a town, of a country town, provincial, rustic: senex: genus dicendi.—As subst m., a townsman: oppidani domus, L.: ne quam oppidani iniuriam acciperent, i. e. the besieged, Cs.
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    townspeople (pl.)

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  • 12 oppidum

        oppidum ī, n    [ob+PED-], a town, city, collection of dwellings: toto me oppido quaerere, T.: arx oppidi, S.: oppida publico Sumptu decorare, H.: in oppidum intromitti, i. e. Rome, L.: is (campus) est ab oppido circiter, etc., i. e. Athens, N.: oppidum vocant, cum silvas munierunt, etc., Cs.— A provincial town: pervetus in Siciliā: Romana per oppida, V.: Antiochiae.— The inhabitants of a town: Oppida tota canem venerantur, Iu.
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  • 13 parochus

        parochus ī, m, πάροχοσ, a purveyor, provincial officer, required to entertain travelling magistrates, C., H.—An entertainer, host, H.
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    commissary; (person responsible to supply travelling officials w/shelter/food)

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  • 14 praefectūra

        praefectūra ae, f    [praefectus], the office of an overseer, overseership, superintendence: domūs, Iu.— The office of governor in a province, provincial deputyship, prefecture: praefecturas sumere: multorum consulum praefecturas accipit, N.— A city governed by a prefect, prefecture, C., Ta.
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    command; office of praefectus

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  • 15 prōvincia

        prōvincia ae, f    an office, duty, pursuit, charge, business, province: dura, T.: sibi provinciam depoposcit, ut me trucidaret.—A public office, appointment, charge, commission, administration, employment, command: urbana: cui classis provincia evenerat, L.: Aquilio Hernici provincia evenit, i. e. were assigned, L.: ut alteri consulum Italia bellumque cum Hannibale provincia esset, sphere of action, L.: quasi provincias atomis dare, methods of action.—Esp., the government of a territory outside of Italy by one who had served as magistrate in Rome, provincial government, territorial administration, command in the name of the Roman people: in quibus (locis) provinciam administras: numerum annorum provinciis prorogavit: provinciae rudis: provinciam deposuit, resigned: consularis, governed by an ex-consul.—A territory governed by a magistrate from Rome, province: Sicilia prima omnium provincia est appellata: provincia Syria: in provinciam cum imperio proficisci.
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    province; office; duty; command

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  • 16 prōvinciālis

        prōvinciālis e, adj.    [provincia], of a province, provincial: negotia: administratio: scientia, the administration of a province: edictum, relating to a province: molestia, in administering a province: abstinentia, forbearance in governing a province: parsimonia, Ta.: aditūs ad me minime provinciales, not as with other provincial governors: bellum, in the province, Ta.— Plur m. as subst, the people of a province, provincials.
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    provincialis, provinciale ADJ

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  • 17 rūsticus

        rūsticus adj.    [rus], of the country, rural, rustic, country-: vita haec rustica... iustitiae magistra est: instrumentum, Ph.: opus, T.: homo: colona, O.: mus (opp. urbanus), H.: regna, O.: Versibus alternis opprobria, H.: carcer, Iu.—As subst m., a countryman, rustic, peasant: omnes, urbani rustici, country folk: Rustice, fer opem, O.: ex nitido fit rusticus, H.—As subst f., a country girl: ego rustica, O.— Country-like, rustic, plain, simple, provincial, rough, coarse, gross, awkward, clownish: vox: Rusticus es, Corydon, V.: quid coeptum, rustice, rumpis iter? O.: convicia, O.: capior, quia rustica non est, very prudish, O.: mores, simple.
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    rustica, rusticum ADJ
    country, rural; plain, homely, rustic
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    peasant, farmer

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  • 18 vāsārium

        vāsārium ī, n    [2 vas], furniture-money, equipage-money, outfit (of a provincial governor).
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  • 19 curatoricius

    curatoricia, curatoricium ADJ
    of/belonging to an overseer

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  • 20 curatoritius

    curatoritia, curatoritium ADJ
    of/belonging to an overseer

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  • provincial — provincial, iale, iaux [ prɔvɛ̃sjal, jo ] adj. et n. • XIIIe; lat. provincialis 1 ♦ Hist. relig. Qui appartient aux maisons du même ordre dans une province. Pères provinciaux des Jésuites. Subst. masc. Un provincial, père provincial. 2 ♦ Cour.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Provincial — has two basic meanings. It can refer to someone who has a limited, restricted, or non sophisticated mentality or habits, stereotypical of an inhabitant of the provinces (areas distant from the national capital). See: parochialismThe other basic… …   Wikipedia

  • Provincial — • An officer acting under the superior general of a religious order, and exercising a general supervision over all the local superiors in a division of the order called a province. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Provincial      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • provincial — provincial, ale (pro vin si al, a l ) adj. 1°   Qui appartient à une province. Assemblée provinciale. États provinciaux.    Par moquerie. Qui est de la province et qui ignore les choses de la capitale ou de la cour. •   Madame de Coulanges dit …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • provincial — (Del lat. provinciālis). 1. adj. Perteneciente o relativo a una provincia. 2. m. Religioso que tiene el gobierno y superioridad sobre todas las casas y conventos de una provincia. ☛ V. Administración provincial, Audiencia Provincial, capítulo… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • provincial — PROVINCIÁL, Ă, provinciali, e, s.m. şi f., adj. 1. s.m. şi f. Persoană care locuieşte în provincie sau este originară de acolo; p. ext. persoană cu apucături sau cu deprinderi stângace, naive. 2. adj. Care aparţine provinciei, privitor la… …   Dicționar Român

  • Provincial — Pro*vin cial, a. [L. provincialis: cf. F. provincial. See {Province}, and cf. {Provencal}.] 1. Of or pertaining to province; constituting a province; as, a provincial government; a provincial dialect. [1913 Webster] 2. Exhibiting the ways or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • provincial — adjetivo 1. De la provincia: administración provincial. audiencia* provincial. capítulo* provincial. carretera provincial. diputación* provincial. sustantivo masculino,f. 1. Área: religión Religioso que gobierna las casas de la provincia de una… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • provincial — [prə vin′shəl, prōvin′shəl] adj. [ME prouyncial < MFr < L provincialis] 1. of or belonging to a province 2. having the ways, speech, attitudes, etc. of a certain province 3. of or like that of rural provinces; countrified; rustic 4.… …   English World dictionary

  • Provincial — Pro*vin cial, n. 1. A person belonging to a province; one who is provincial. [1913 Webster] 2. (R. C. Ch.) A monastic superior, who, under the general of his order, has the direction of all the religious houses of the same fraternity in a given… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • provincial — (adj.) late 14c., pertaining to a province, from Fr. provincial (13c.), from L. provincialis, from provincia (see PROVINCE (Cf. province)). Of the small towns and countryside (as opposed to the capital and urban center) from 1630s, a French idiom …   Etymology dictionary

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