Translation: from latin

rustic

  • 1 impermutabilis

    im-permūtābilis, e (in u. permutabilis), unveränderlich, Censor. fr. 1, 2. – Adv. impermūtābiliter, Rustic. c. Acephal. p. 1203 Migne.

    lateinisch-deutsches > impermutabilis

  • 2 inintelligibilis

    in-intelligibilis, e, unverständlich, Ambros. de off. 1, 14 u.a. Eccl. – Adv. inintelligibiliter, Rustic. contra Aceph. p. 1197 Migne.

    lateinisch-deutsches > inintelligibilis

  • 3 turbido [2]

    2. turbīdo (turbēdo), inis, f. (turb-o), der Sturm, bildl., spiritalium nequitiarum turbidines (cod. B turbidinem), Augustin. serm. 52, 2 Mai: vitae istius turbedines et procellae, Rustic. epist. 2, 51: meton., die Trübheit, turbido cervisiae (Ggstz. vini puritas), Ven. Fort. vit. Radeg. 15. – / Sing. turbido auch im Gloss. bei Löwe Prodr. p. 411, Plur. turbidines im Gloss. Paris. 7640; Roensch Coll. phil. p. 298.

    lateinisch-deutsches > turbido [2]

  • 4 impermutabilis

    im-permūtābilis, e (in u. permutabilis), unveränderlich, Censor. fr. 1, 2. – Adv. impermūtābiliter, Rustic. c. Acephal. p. 1203 Migne.

    Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch > impermutabilis

  • 5 inintelligibilis

    in-intelligibilis, e, unverständlich, Ambros. de off. 1, 14 u.a. Eccl. – Adv. inintelligibiliter, Rustic. contra Aceph. p. 1197 Migne.

    Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch > inintelligibilis

  • 6 turbido

    1. turbido, āvī, ātum, āre (turbidus), trübe machen, trüben, I) eig.: aquam, Solin. 49, 11: u. so Mart. Cap. 2. § 165. – II) bildl.: serenitatem animae, Sidon. epist. 6, 2, 2: u. so Mart. Cap. 1. § 67.
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    2. turbīdo (turbēdo), inis, f. (turb-o), der Sturm, bildl., spiritalium nequitiarum turbidines (cod. B turbidinem), Augustin. serm. 52, 2 Mai: vitae istius turbedines et procellae, Rustic. epist. 2, 51: meton., die Trübheit, turbido cervisiae (Ggstz. vini puritas), Ven. Fort. vit. Radeg. 15. – Sing. turbido auch im Gloss. bei Löwe Prodr. p. 411, Plur. turbidines im Gloss. Paris. 7640; Roensch Coll. phil. p. 298.

    Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch > turbido

  • 7 familia

    1) принадлежащее семейству или лицу имение, имущество (1. 195 § 1 D. 50, 16.);

    gentiles familiam habento (L. XII. tab. V. 5. - ex ea familia in eam familiam (1. c. 8);

    actio familiae erciscundae (см. erciscere);

    familiam restituere rogari (1. 14 § 8 D. 36, l);

    familiae emtor;

    familiam vendere, mancipare, mancipio dare - accipere;

    familiae venditio, mancipatio (Gai. II. 102 - 106. 109. 115. 119. 121. 137. Ulp. XX. 7).

    2) находящиеся под властью общего родоначальника лица, связанные родством, основанным на отцовской власти (agnatio) (1. 195 § 2 D. 50, 16. § 4 eod. § 5 eod. 1. 196 § 1 eod. 1. 40 § 2 eod.);

    familia adoptiva (1. 1 § 4 D. 38, 8. 1. 4 § 10 D. 38, 10. cf. 1. 23 D. 1, 7);

    filius, nepos, in familia retentus (1. 84 D. 29, 2. 1. 9 D. 37, 6);

    exire ex fam. alicuius (1. 32 D. 40, 12);

    mutare, amittere familiam (1. 3 pr. 1. 11 D. 4, 5. 1. 67 § 2 seq. D. 31. 1. 38 § 3 D. 32);

    petere, ne fundus de fam. exeat etc. (см. exire s. 1); (1. 114 § 15 D. 30. 1, 69 § 1. 3. 4. 1. 78 § 3 D. 31. 1. 32 § 6 eod. 1. 5 C. 6, 38 1. 15 D. 35, 1. cf. 1. 4 D. 27, 2. 1. 41 § 7 D. 32. 1. 21 D. 33, 5. 1. 21 pr. D. 36, 2. 1. 41 § 16 D. 40, 5. 1. 5 D. 11, 7).

    3) дом, семейство, особ. рабы, по отношению к которым имело место разделение на fam. rustic. и urbana (1. 32 D. 9, 4. 1. 1 § 1. 1. 25 § 1. 2. D. 21, 1. 1. 79 pr. D. 32. 1. 1 pr. 1. 12 § 1. 2 D. 39, 4. 1. 1 pr. 11. 16 - 19. D. 43, 16. 1. 2 § 14. 16. D. 47, 8. 1. 40 § 3. 1. 195 § 3 D. 50, 16);

    fam. urbana-rustica (1. 166 eod.), - publica-privata (1. 1 D. 1, 15), domestica, venalicia (1. 31 § 10 D. 24, 1. 1. 1 pr. D. 29, 5).

    4) отряд рекрут (1. 9 C. 10, 1. 1. 1 C. 12, 39).

    Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права > familia

  • 8 rusticanus

    деревенский, homo rustic. (1. 17 pr. D. 44, 4);

    rustic. plebs (1. 1 C. 11, 54); как subst., поселянин (1. 2 eod. 1. 3. 10 C. Th. 13, I).

    Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права > rusticanus

  • 9 rusticus

    1) (adi.) деревенский, сельский, opus rust. (1. 99 pr. D. 32);

    familia rust. прот. urbana (1. 65 pr. D. 31. 1. 166 D. 50, 16. 1. 166 cit.): viae rust. прот. urbicae (1. 2 § 24 D. 43, 8);

    praedium rust. прот. urbanum (см.);

    servitutes praediorum rustic. (tit. D. 8, 3);

    servitutes rusticae (1. 1 § 1 D. 43, 19).

    2) крестьянин (1. 30 § 1 D. 50, 16. 1. 4 C. 1, 55).

    Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права > rusticus

  • 10 agrestis

        agrestis e, adj. with comp.    [ager], of the fields, belonging to the country: palmae, wild: poma, V.: frondes, H.: bestiae: pubes, V.: praeda, from the fields, L.—Subst.
    * * *
    I
    countryman, peasant; rube, rustic, bumpkin
    II
    agrestis, agreste ADJ
    rustic, inhabiting countryside; rude, wild, savage; of/passing through fields

    Latin-English dictionary > agrestis

  • 11 agrestis

        agrestis is ( gen plur., -tum, V., O.), m    a countryman, peasant, rustic: agrestīs in spem rapinarum impellere: conventus agrestium, assembly of the rural population: agrestibus in urbem acceptis, L.: agrestis imagine, in the form of a peasant, O.: numina agrestum, worshipped by, V.: agrestem confertum in arta tecta, the countryfolk crowded, etc., L.—Of a mouse: agrestem pellere, the rustic, H.—Praegn., wild, uncultivated: silva, O.: baculum, rude, O.—Rustic, rude, uncultivated, clownish, boorish, coarse, wild: homo: vita: exercitus conlectus... ex agresti luxuriā, i. e. profligate boors: Cyclops, H.: quas (causas) agrestioribus Musis reliquerunt (of the language of the bar): genus hominum, S.: voltus, brutish, O.: asperitas, H.: barbaria, uncivilized: Latium, H.
    * * *
    I
    countryman, peasant; rube, rustic, bumpkin
    II
    agrestis, agreste ADJ
    rustic, inhabiting countryside; rude, wild, savage; of/passing through fields

    Latin-English dictionary > agrestis

  • 12 agricola

        agricola ae, m    [ager + COL-], a husbandman, agriculturist, ploughman, farmer, peasant: adsidui: diligentissimus: fortunati, V.—Praegn., a rustic, boor, clown, C.—Poet.: caelitis, rustic deities, Tb.
    * * *
    farmer, cultivator, gardener, agriculturist; plowman, countryman, peasant

    Latin-English dictionary > agricola

  • 13 Arcadicus

        Arcadicus adj.,    Arcadian: urbs, L. — Meton., rustic, stupid: iuvenis, Iu.

    Latin-English dictionary > Arcadicus

  • 14 armentālis

        armentālis e, adj.    [armentum], of a herd, one of a herd: equa, V.
    * * *
    armentalis, armentale ADJ
    of cattle, connected with herd/herds; rustic, bucolic

    Latin-English dictionary > armentālis

  • 15 bubulcus

        bubulcus ī, m    [bubulus], an oxdriver, herdsman, V.— A ploughman, C., O., Iu.
    * * *
    one who drives/tends cattle; teamster; plowman, farm laborer; rustic

    Latin-English dictionary > bubulcus

  • 16 carpatinus (carb-)

       carpatinus (carb-) adj., καρβάτινοσ, of coarse leather, rustic: crepidae, Ct.

    Latin-English dictionary > carpatinus (carb-)

  • 17 Faunus

        Faunus ī, m    [FAV-], a mythical king of Latium, worshipped as the Italian Pan, C., H., O.— Plur, the Fauns, gods of the groves, C., H., O.
    * * *
    rustic god; deity of forest, herdsman; sometimes identified with Pan

    Latin-English dictionary > Faunus

  • 18 galērītus

        galērītus adj.    [galerus], wearing a hood, rustic in attire, Pr.
    * * *
    galerita, galeritum ADJ

    Latin-English dictionary > galērītus

  • 19 in-urbānus

        in-urbānus adj.,    rustic, ungraceful, unmannerly: habitus orationis.—Of style, inelegant: inurbanum lepido seponere dicto, H.

    Latin-English dictionary > in-urbānus

  • 20 morētum

        morētum ī, n    a rustic dish made of garlic, rue, vinegar, oil, etc., O.

    Latin-English dictionary > morētum

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  • rustic — [rus′tik] adj. [LME rustyk < MFr rustique < L rusticus < rus, the country: see RURAL] 1. of or living in the country, as distinguished from cities or towns; rural 2. lacking refinement, elegance, polish, or sophistication; specif., a)… …   English World dictionary

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  • rustic — (adj.) mid 15c., from L. rusticus, from rus (gen. ruris) open land, country (see RURAL (Cf. rural)). Noun meaning a country person, peasant is from mid 16c …   Etymology dictionary

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  • rustic — I. adjective also rustical Etymology: Middle English rustik, from Latin rusticus, from rus open land more at room Date: 15th century 1. of, relating to, or suitable for the country ; rural < rustic rolling farmland > 2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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