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tristitia

  • 1 tristitia

    tristĭtĭa, ae, f. [id.], sadness, mournfulness, sorrow, grief, melancholy, gloominess, dejection (class.; syn. maestitia).
    I.
    In gen.
    A.
    Of living beings:

    tum ad tristitiam, tum ad laetitiam est contorquendus,

    Cic. de Or. 2, 17, 72:

    ex summā laetitiā atque lasciviā repente omnes tristitia invasit,

    Sall. C. 31, 1:

    in eādem tristitiā permanere,

    Caes. B. G. 1, 32: magno metu ac tristitiā sollicitari, Auct. B. Afr. 10: lacrimis ac tristitiā te tradidisti, Luccei. ap. Cic. Fam. 5, 14, 2:

    tu sapiens finire memento Tristitiam,

    Hor. C. 1, 7, 18:

    tristitiam compescere,

    Ov. M. 9, 397:

    esse aliquam cognatam tristitiae voluptatem,

    Sen. Ep. 99, 25:

    (vino) tristitia et cura hebetatur,

    Plin. 23, 1, 22, § 38:

    tristitiam animi resolvi,

    id. 24, 6, 15, § 24:

    subitā tristitiā implicatis militum animis,

    Val. Max. 1, 6, 12:

    cum tristitiā et maerore in vitā remanere,

    id. 2, 6, 14:

    tristitiam ad ultimam perductus,

    Petr. 24.— Trop.:

    sol recedens quasi tristitiā quādam contrahit terram,

    Cic. N. D. 2, 40, 102.—
    B.
    Of things:

    haec tristitia temporum,

    this sad state of the times, Cic. Att. 12, 40, 3:

    caeli,

    Plin. 2, 6, 4, § 13:

    indurata soli,

    id. 18, 21, 50, § 184:

    aspectus,

    id. 9, 9, 11, § 34:

    lenitate verbi rei tristitiam mitigare,

    hardness, harshness, Cic. Off. 1, 12, 37.—
    II.
    In partic., of demeanor, moroseness, sourness, gloominess, harshness, sternness, severity, etc. (syn. severitas):

    an nova tristitiae causa puella tuae?

    Prop. 1, 18, 10:

    simque ego tristitiae causa modusque tuae,

    Ov. H. 3, 90:

    (risus) tristitiam ac severitatem mitigat, relaxat,

    Cic. de Or. 2, 58, 236; cf. id. Lael. 18, 66:

    illorum (philosophorum) tristitiam atque asperitatem fugiens,

    id. Fin. 4, 28, 79:

    quod ille vos tristitiā vultuque deceperit,

    id. Prov. Cons. 5, 12;

    so Quint. Inst. prooem. § 15: non conveniant barbae illi atque tristitiae,

    id. ib. 11, 1, 34; Plin. Ep. 1, 10, 7; 8, 21, 1; Suet. Ner. 23; Sil. 8, 612.

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  • 2 tristitia

    trīstitia, ae, f. (tristis), I) die Traurigkeit, Betrübnis, 1) eig. (Ggstz. laetitia, alacritas), Cic. u.a.: tristitiae se tradere, Luccei. in Cic. ep.: tristitiae mederi, Sen.: der Tiere, tristitia torpens (apium), Plin. 11, 63. – Plur., Arnob. 7, 10. Salv. de gub. dei 3, 2, 6 (aber Tac. ann. 11, 38 unecht). – 2) übtr., von lebl. Ggstdn., die Traurigkeit, das Traurige, die traurige Beschaffenheit, sermonis, Cic.: temporum, Cic.: soli, des Erdbodens, Plin.: caeli, Plin.: aspectus, trauriges Ansehen, Plin.: lenitate verbi rei tristitiam mitigare, das Unangenehme, Harte, Cic. – II) insbes.: 1) das unfreundliche-, mürrische Benehmen, die mürrische-, üble Laune, der Geliebten, Prop. u. Ov. – 2) die Finsterkeit, der finstere Ernst, die abgemessene Kälte, die Härte (vgl. Döring Plin. ep. 1, 70, 7), oft verb. tristitia et (ac) severitas, Cic.: quod ille vos tristitiā vultuque deceperit, Cic.: multa tristitia, multum severitatis, Plin. ep. – / vulg. Nbf. tristus, de Rossi inscr. Christ. tom. I.p. 370. no. 841; vgl. Prob. app. (IV) 198, 3 ›tristis‹, non ›tristus‹.

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  • 3 tristitia

    tristĭtĭa, ae (tristĭtĭēs, ēi), f. [st2]1 [-] tristesse, chagrin, affliction. [st2]2 [-] sévérité, austérité; humeur chagrine, dureté, mécontentement, colère, courroux. [st2]3 [-] tristesse (des choses), aspect triste.
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    tristĭtĭa, ae (tristĭtĭēs, ēi), f. [st2]1 [-] tristesse, chagrin, affliction. [st2]2 [-] sévérité, austérité; humeur chagrine, dureté, mécontentement, colère, courroux. [st2]3 [-] tristesse (des choses), aspect triste.
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        Tristitia, tristitiae. Cic. Tristesse.
    \
        Temporum tristitia. Cic. Mauvais temps.
    \
        Deducere a tristitia. Cic. Mettre hors de tristesse.
    \
        Tradere se tristitiae. Luceius Tullio. Se contrister.

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  • 4 tristitia

    trīstitia, ae, f. (tristis), I) die Traurigkeit, Betrübnis, 1) eig. (Ggstz. laetitia, alacritas), Cic. u.a.: tristitiae se tradere, Luccei. in Cic. ep.: tristitiae mederi, Sen.: der Tiere, tristitia torpens (apium), Plin. 11, 63. – Plur., Arnob. 7, 10. Salv. de gub. dei 3, 2, 6 (aber Tac. ann. 11, 38 unecht). – 2) übtr., von lebl. Ggstdn., die Traurigkeit, das Traurige, die traurige Beschaffenheit, sermonis, Cic.: temporum, Cic.: soli, des Erdbodens, Plin.: caeli, Plin.: aspectus, trauriges Ansehen, Plin.: lenitate verbi rei tristitiam mitigare, das Unangenehme, Harte, Cic. – II) insbes.: 1) das unfreundliche-, mürrische Benehmen, die mürrische-, üble Laune, der Geliebten, Prop. u. Ov. – 2) die Finsterkeit, der finstere Ernst, die abgemessene Kälte, die Härte (vgl. Döring Plin. ep. 1, 70, 7), oft verb. tristitia et (ac) severitas, Cic.: quod ille vos tristitiā vultuque deceperit, Cic.: multa tristitia, multum severitatis, Plin. ep. – vulg. Nbf. tristus, de Rossi inscr. Christ. tom. I.p. 370. no. 841; vgl. Prob. app. (IV) 198, 3 ›tristis‹, non ›tristus‹.

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  • 5 trīstitia

        trīstitia ae, f    [tristis], sadness, mournfulness, sorrow, grief, melancholy, gloom, dejection: tum ad tristitiam, tum ad laetitiam est contorquendus: repente omnīs tristitia invasit, S.: in eādem tristitiā permanere, Cs.: compescere tristitiam, O. — Gloom: sol recedens quasi tristitiā quādam contrahit terram.— Sadness, disagreeableness: temporum.— Moroseness, harshness, sternness, severity: tristitiae causa tuae, O.: (risus) tristitiam mitigat.
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  • 6 tristitia

    tristitia tristitia, ae f грусть

    Латинско-русский словарь > tristitia

  • 7 tristitia

    tristitia tristitia, ae f скорбь

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  • 8 tristitia

    tristitia tristitia, ae f печаль

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  • 9 tristitia

    trīstitiā, ae f. [ tristis ]
    1) печаль, скорбь, грусть C, H etc.
    2) угрюмость, мрачность, суровость, неласковость ( aspectūs PM)
    t. caeli PM — хмурое небо, пасмурность

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  • 10 tristitia

    печаль (1. 17 C. 8, 51); тк. суровость: trist. iudicum (1. 2 § 6 C. 2, 59).

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  • 11 tristitia

    ae, f первое склонение печаль

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  • 12 tristitia

    ,ae f
    печаль, грусть, мрачность

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  • 13 tristitia

    , ae f
      грусть, печаль, уныние

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