Translation: from latin

the elder

  • 1 ebulum

        ebulum ī, n    [AMBR-], Dane-wort, dwarf-elder, V.
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    danewort, dwarf elder

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  • 2 frāter

        frāter tris, m    [cf. Engl. brother], a brother: maior, elder, T.: fratres gemini, twin brothers: gemelli, O.: germanus, full brother: coniurati fratres, V.: cum fratre Lycisce (of a dog), O.: volo, mi frater, fraterculo tuo credas (of a friend): Eheu pudet fratrum, i. e. fellow-citizens, H.: perfusi sanguine fratrum (in civil war), V.— Plur, brethren (i. e. allies): a senatu appellati, Cs.— With patruelis, a cousin, first cousin, father's brother's son: hic illius frater patruelis: Luci fratris nostri mors (sc. patruelis).—Fig., of things: positos ex ordine fratres (i. e. libros), O.
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    brother; cousin

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  • 3 Lārs

        Lārs Lārtis    [LAS-], the Etruscan title of the elder son (opp. Aruns), C., L.

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  • 4 māximus

        māximus    [1 MAC-].—Of size, large, great, big, high, tall, long, broad, extensive, spacious: fons, S.: aedificium: urbs: solitudines, S.: simulacrum facere maius: oppidum non maximum maximis locis decoravit: aquae magnae fuerunt, inundations, L.: Maior (belua) dimidio, by half, H.: maior videri (Scylla), statelier, V.: Calceus pede maior, too large for, H.: onus parvo corpore maius, H.—Of number or quantity, great, large, abundant, considerable, much: numerus frumenti: copia pabuli, Cs.: maiorem pecuniam polliceri: tibi praeda cedat Maior an illi, i. e. the victor's spoils, H.: populus, V.: tribunorum pars maior, the majority, L.: turba clientium maior, more numerous, H.: maximum pondus auri: Si maiorem feci rem, increased my estate, H.—Of value, great, large, considerable: magni preti servi: ager preti maioris, T.: magna munera et maiora promissa, S.: cuius auctoritas magni habebatur, was highly esteemed, Cs.: qui auctoritatem magni putet, esteems highly: quem tu Non magni pendis, H.: multo maioris vēnire, dearer, Ph.: quorum longe maximi consilia fuerunt, most valuable: haec te semper fecit maxumi, prized most highly, T.: conduxit non magno domum, at no high price: magno illi ea cunctatio stetit, cost him dear, L.—Of force, strong, powerful, vehement, loud: manu magnā euntem Inpulit, V.: magnā voce confiteri: strenitus, H.—Of time, great, long, extended: annum, V.: annum, i. e. the Platonic cycle of the heavens.—Early, high, long past: iam magno natu, aged, N.: magno natu non sufficientibus viribus, through old age, L.: maximo natu filius, N.: maior patria, original, Cu.—Of persons, aged, old, advanced ; only in comp. and sup, elder, eldest: omnes maiores natu, elders, Cs.: maior natu quam Plautus: frater suus maior natu, elder, L.: maximus natu ex iis, the oldest, L.: ex duobus filiis maior, Cs.: Maior Neronum, the elder, H.: (homo) annos natus maior quadraginta, more than forty years old: annos natast sedecim, non maior, T.: non maior annis quinquaginta, L.— Plur m. as subst: maiores, the fathers, ancestors, ancients, men of old: maiores vestri: nostri: more maiorum.—Fig., great, noble, grand, mighty, important, weighty, momentous: rebus maximis gestis: missi magnis de rebus, important business, H.: in agro maiora opera: causa, weighty: omen, significant, V.: spectaculum, impressive, H.: aliquid invadere magnum, enterprise, V.: haud magna memoratu res est, L.—As subst n.: id magnum est, a great thing: magna di curant, parva neglegunt: maiora audere, V.: ad maiora properat oratio: magnum loqui, loftily, H.: Omnia magna loquens, of everything magnificent, H.—Of rank or station, great, high, eminent, powerful: potestas: dignitas: di, Enn. ap. C.: rex Olympi, V.: maximus Ilioneus, V.: maiorum ne quis amicus, one of your great friends, H.: Iuppiter optimus maximus: pontifex maximus, chief: maioribus uti, associate with superiors, H.—Of mind or character, great, elevated, noble, lofty: vir acris animi magnique: magno animo est: vir magnus: Cato magnus habetur, S.: magnus hoc bello Themistocles fuit, N.: invidiā maior, above, H.: maior reprensis, greater than those criticised, H.: nebulo, thorough-paced, T.: fur. —In force or degree, great, severe, strong, intense: morbi: dolor, Cs.: minae: amor, V.: gemitus luctusque: quid potuere maius? more heinous, H.: Mari virtutem in maius celebrare, magnify, S.: his in maius etiam acceptis, L.: incerta in maius vero ferri solent, be exaggerated, L.— Proud, boastful, lofty, assuming: nobis ut res dant sese, ita magni atque humiles sumus, T.: lingua, H.: verba, V.

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  • 5 prior

        prior neut. prius, ōris, adj. comp. (for sup. see primus)    [PRO-], former, previous, prior, first: me quaestorem in primis, aedilem priorem, praetorem primum populus R. faciebat: qui prior has angustias occupaverit, first, Cs.: exercitus, L.: priore loco causam dicere, first: priore aestate, last summer: prioribus comitiis: priore anno, the preceding year, L.: Dionysius prior, the elder, N.: pedes, the forefeet, N.— Plur m. as subst, forefathers, ancestors, the ancients: abiturus illuc, quo priores abierunt, Ph.: nomen dixere priores Ortygiam, V.: more priorum, O.—Fig., better, superior, preferable, more excellent: color puniceae flore prior rosae, H.: ut nemo haberetur prior, L.: aetate et sapientiā, S.: quanto prius potiusque est... quam, etc., L.— Plur f. as subst. (only acc; sc. partīs), superior rank, preference, lead: etsi utrique primas, priores tamen libenter deferunt Laelio.
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    I
    superior/elder monk; (later) second in dignity to abbot/head of priory, prior
    II
    ancestors (pl.), forefathers, predecessors, people of an earlier time

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  • 6 senex

        senex senis, adj. with comp. senior    [SEN-], old, aged, advanced in years: si qui senes ac deformes erant: porci, Iu.: nemo est tam senex qui se annum non putet posse vivere: quo erat nemo fere senior: quae vis senior est quam, etc.: seniores anni, O.: senior quam illa aetas ferebat, oratio, more mature.—As subst m., posit., an old man, aged person, graybeard (usu. of more than sixty years): ut tum ad senem senex de senectute, sic, etc.: senem in patriam revertentem, unde puer profectus sum, L.: Mixta senum ac iuvenum densentur funera, H.: ter aevo functus senex, i. e. Nestor, H.—As subst f., an old woman, Tb.— Comp, an elder, elderly person (usu. between fortyfive and sixty years of age): si quis Forte coheredum senior male tussiet, H.: seniores a iunioribus divisit: centuriae seniorum ac iuniorum, L.: omnium seniorum precibus excitati, Cs.: Vix ea fatus erat senior (i. e. senex), V.: senior Inachus, O.
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    I II
    senis (gen.), senior -or -us, - ADJ
    aged, old

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  • 7 superus

        superus adj.    [super].— Posit, that is above, upper, higher: ad superos deos potius quam ad inferos pervenisse: spectatores superarum rerum atque caelestium: Omnes caelicolas, omnes supera alta tenentes, V.: deorum domus, O.: mare, i. e. the Adriatic and Ionian Sea (opp. mare inferum, the lower or Etruscan Sea): superas evadere ad auras, i. e. of the upper world, V.: aurae, O.— Plur m. as subst. (with gen plur. superūm, V., O.), they who are above (opp. inferi): multum fleti ad superos, i. e. the living, V.—Esp., the gods above, celestial deities: Quae superi manesque dabant, V.: Pro superi, O.: Contemptrix superum, O.: superis deorum Gratus et imis, H.— Plur n. as subst, the heavenly bodies, celestial things: lunam, stellas, supera denique omnia stare censet.— Higher places (sc. loca): supera semper petunt, tend upwards: supera ardua linquens, the upper world, V.—Comp. superior, n us, gen. ōris, of place, higher, upper: superiorem partem collis castris compleverant, Cs.: tota domus vacat superior, the upper part of: labrum superius, the upper lip, Cs.: de loco superiore dicere, i. e. from the tribunal: causam cum agam de loco superiore, i. e. from the rostra: multos et ex superiore et ex aequo loco sermones habitos, i. e. in formal discourses and in conversation: ex loco superiore proeliabantur, from an eminence, Cs.: ex superiore et ex inferiore scripturā docendum, what is written above and below, i. e. the context: posteriori superius non iungitur. — Plur n. as subst: superiora muri, the upper parts (opp. ima), Cu.—Of time or order, former, past, previous, preceding: superiores solis defectiones: superioribus diebus, Cs.: in superiore vitā: pars legis: superius facinus novo scelere vincere: superioris more crudelitatis uti, N.: nuptiae, former marriage: vir, first husband.—Of age, older, elder, senior, more advanced, former: omnis iuventus omnesque superioris aetatis, Cs.: superior Africanus, the Elder.—Plur. m. as subst, elders, older men: superiorum aetas.—Fig., in a contest, victorious, conquering, stronger, superior: hostīs equitatu superiores esse intellegebat, Cs.: se quo impudentius egerit, hoc superiorem discessurum: semper discessit superior, N.: superiorem Appium in causā fecit, L.—Of quality or condition, higher, more distinguished, greater, better, superior: ii, qui superiores sunt, submittere se debent in amicitiā: premendoque superiorem sese extollebat, L.: pecuniis: honoris gradu.—Sup. suprēmus, highest, loftiest, topmost (poet.; cf. summus).—Partit.: clamore supremos Inplerunt montīs, the mountain-tops, V.: supremo In monte, on the summit, H.—Fig., of time or order, last, latest, extreme, final: Supremo te sole domi manebo, at sunset, H.: in te suprema salus, last hope, V.: Supremam bellis imposuisse manum, the finishing hand, O.—Of rank or degree, highest, greatest, most exalted, supreme, extreme: supreme Iuppiter, T.: macies, V.— The last of life, last, closing, dying, final: supremo vitae die: amplissime supremo suo die efferri: nec... Supremā citius die, i. e. not until death, H.: supplicium, i. e. the penalty of death: iter, H.: lumen, V.: sociam tori vocat ore supremo, with dying breath, O.: honor, i. e. the funeral rites, V.: tori, i. e. biers, O.: Troiae sorte supremā, V.—As subst n.: Ventum ad supremum est, to the last moment, V.: suprema ferre, i. e. the funeral offerings, V.
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    I
    supera -um, superior -or -us, supremus -a -um ADJ
    above, high; higher, upper, of this world; greatest, last, highest
    II
    gods (pl.) on high, celestial deities; those above

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  • 8 acte

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  • 9 chamaeacte

    dwarf elder (Sambucus ebulus); danewort (L+S)

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  • 10 consenior

    fellow-elder; fellow-presbyter

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  • 11 ebulus

    danewort, dwarf elder

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  • 12 presbyter

    elder/presbyter (in Christian Church); priest

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  • 13 presbyterissa

    presbyter (female), elder widow/matron devoted to church service (an order)

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  • 14 presbyterus

    office of elder/presbyter (in Christian Church); or of priest, priesthood

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  • 15 Cum grano salis

    With a grain of salt. (Pliny the Elder?)

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  • 16 Malum quidem nullum esse sine aliquo bono

    There is, to be sure, no evil without something good. (Pliny the Elder)

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  • 17 Nemo sine vitio est

    No one is without fault. (Seneca the Elder)

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  • 18 Vir bonus, dicendi peritus

    A good man, skilled in speaking. (definition of an orator) (Cato the Elder)

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  • 19 Achatodes zeae

    2. RUS
    4. DEU
    5. FRA

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  • 20 Aphis sambuci

    2. RUS тля f бузинная
    5. FRA puceron m (noir) du sureau

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