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Wörterbuch Latein <-> Deutsch (Englisch) --- Bestimmung lateinischer Wortformen
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longae: ā ē ī ō ū ӯ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū - breves: ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŭ - ancipitia: ā̆ ē̆ ī̆ ō̆ ū̆ ȳ̆

Suchergebnis zu
"arse verse":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Lat. Fund; Engl. Fund;

VolltrefferL (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
  arse versearse verse= averte ignem
ward off fire, a Tuscan-Latin incantation against fire
   
query 2/2L (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
query 1/2L (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
query 1/2L (max. 100): 1 Ergebnis(se)
query 1/E (max. 1000): 35 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
acatalēcticus, acatalēctica, acatalēcticumverse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot

acatalēctus, acatalēcta, acatalēctumverse in which no syllable is wanting in the last foot

acatalēxis, acatalēxis f unabridged metrical verse closure

aliquid versibus persequorrecite something in verse

alternīs versibusin alternating song, verse by verse

alternō pectinein elegiac verse, distichic, in elegiac meter

anapaestum, anapaestī nanapaestic verse, anapaestic song, anapaestic poem

antamoebaeus, antamoebaea, antamoebaeumverse foot consisting of two short, two long and one short syllable

antibacchus, antibacchī ma verse of antibacchic feet

antisigma, antisigmatis na character, Ↄ, which the emperor Claudius wished to introduce into Latin for ps = the Greek ψ, a critical mark, Ↄ, placed before a verse which is to be transposed

antispastus, antispastī mantispast, a foot in verse, ⏑––⏑, choriambus reversed

caesūra, caesūrae fcutting, felling, hewing, hewing off, that which is hewn, that which is cut off, pause in a verse, caesura

carmen (versum) agōrecite a poem, recite a verse

carmen, carminis ntune, song, poem, verse, an oracular response, air, lay, strain, note, sound, composition in verse, lyric poetry, epic poetry, book, canto, prophecy, prediction, magic formula, incantation,

catalēcticus, catalēctica, catalēcticumverse in which a syllable is wanting at the end

catalēctos, catalēctonverse in which a syllable is wanting at the end

catalēxis, catalēxis f (Akk. Sgl. catalēxin)shortening (at the end of a verse)

choricus, chorica, choricum pertaining to the chorus, kind of anapœstic verse

cnēmis, cnēmīdis fgreave, end of the verse

cōlon (cōlum), cōlī n (κῶλον)colon or great gut, disease of the colon, colic, member of a verse, member of a poem

cōlum, cōlī ncolon or great gut, disease of the colon, colic, member of a verse, member of a poem

cōlus, cōlī mcolon or great gut, disease of the colon, colic, member of a verse, member of a poem

sēnāriolus, sēnāriolī mlittle senarius, insignificant senarius, little verse of six feet

sēnārius, sēnāriī m (versus)verse consisting of six feet

septēnārius, septēnāriī m (versus)verse consisting of seven feet

tetrameter, tetramettrī mverse of four metrical feet, a tetrameter

trīnus versusverse repeated three times, stanza repeated three times

versiculus, versiculī mlittle line, mere line, little verse, verslet, line

versificāre, versificō, versificāvī, versificātumput into verse, write in verse, versify

versificus, versifica, versificumwritten in verse, versified, poetic

versūs nesciōknow nothing about verse construction

versus octōnārius eight-part verse, octonary

versūs ōrātiōnī admīsceōinsert verses into the speech, Weave verse into the speech

versus rhopalicusclub verse

versus Saturniussaturnine verse

2. Formbestimmung:

Wortform von: arse
[9] bes. Abl. Sgl. von arsis, arsis f (ἄρσις) (Akk. arsin, Abl. arsī)
Hebung (in der Metrik);
[12] Vok. Sgl. m. von ārsus, ārsa, ārsum
gebrannt; geröstet;
[80] Adv. von ārsus, ārsa, ārsum
gebrannt; geröstet;

3. Belegstellen für "arse verse"



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