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(2) Drei Arbeitsbereiche: 1. Wortausgabe, 2. Formenbestimmung, 3. Textbelege

   
longae: ā ē ī ō ū ӯ Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū - breves: ă ĕ ĭ ŏ ŭ Ă Ĕ Ĭ Ŏ Ŭ

Suchergebnis zu
"as":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Lat. Fund; Deut. Fund; Engl. Fund;

VolltrefferL (max. 100): 3 Ergebnis(se)
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgsicutsīcutso wie
so as, just as, as, inasmuch as, since, as for instance
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgutpoteutpotewie es nicht anders sein kann
as is natural, naturally, as namely, namely, as being, as, seeing that, inasmuch as, since
(wörtlich)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  ubi (+ Ind.)ūbi (+ Ind.)als
when, whenever, as soon as, as
(temporal)
   


VolltrefferE (max. 100): 3 Ergebnis(se)
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query 1/L (max. 1000): 19 Ergebnis(se)
  ab asse creviab asse crēvīhabe es vom Heller zum Taler gebracht
(sprichwörtl.)
   
    mit fast nichts habe ich angefangen
   
  as aerariusas aerāriusKupferas
copperas
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgas, assis mas, assis m (vgl. εἷς)As
(röm. Münzeinheit)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  Heller
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  Morgen Land
(als Flächenmaß)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  Pfennig
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  Pfund
(als Gewicht und Münze, später stark reduziert)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org  das Ganze (einer Einheit)
unity, unit, pound, acre, foot, as (Roman coinage unit)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  assem habeas, assem valeasassem habeās, assem valeāswie viel einer hat, so viel ist er wert
how much one has, so much he is worth
(sprichwörtl.)
   
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgassis, assis massis, assis m= as, assis m - As
unity, unit, pound, as (Roman coinage unit)
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
  heres ex assehērēs ex asseGesamterbe
   
    Universalerbe
   
  in assemin assemganz
   
    völlig
   
  non assis aliquid facionōn assis aliquid faciōerachte etw. keinen Cent wert
   
  non unius assis aliquid aestimonōn ūnīus assis aliquid aestimōerachte etw. keinen Cent wert
   
    erachte etw. nicht einen Heller wert
   
  vilem redigor ad assemvīlem redigor ad assemwerde zur Bagatelle
become a trivial matter
   
query 1/D (max. 1000): 2 Ergebnis(se)
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org.he that rests.painting of Protogenes, which represents a satyr as leaning idly against a tree.
(ἀναφώνησις)
anaphōnēsis, anaphōnēsis fanaphonesis, anaphonesis fWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
query 1/D1 (max. 1000): 2 Ergebnis(se)
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgdas Alte lasse ich außen vorvetera omittōvetera omittoWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
 Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgwie die eigenen Augen
(amare)
oculitusoculitusWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
query 1/E (max. 1000): 353 Ergebnis(se)
Hauptquelle: Lewis and Short
ā bove māiōre discit arāre minoras the old sang, so do the young chirp, from the older ox the younger one learns to plow

abūsque + Abl. (= ūsque ab + Abl.)even from, as far as from

ac sīas if, equally as if

accēnsi, accēnsōrum mkind of reserve troops who followed the army as supernumeraries

acceptor, acceptōris mone who receives a thing, receiver, collector, one who approvesa thing as true, one who unjustly regards the person

accūsātōrem cōnstituōline up as plaintiff

accūsātōrem īnstituōline up as plaintiff

accūsātōrem subdōuse as plaintiff

ācta forīrecords off matters of private right, as wills, gifts, bonds

ad alicuius amīcitiam mē applicōjoin someone as a friend

additus, addita, additumjoined to one as a constant observer, watching in a hostile or troublesome manner, observing in a hostile or troublesome manner, pursuing one incessantly, persecuting

adeōto this, thus far, so far, as far, in the same degree - in which, in the same measure - in which, in the same proportion - in which, so very - as, so much - as, to such a degree - as

adhospitāre, adhospitō, adhospitāvī,entertain as guest, accept as a guest

adhūcto this place, hitherto, thus far, so far, to such a degree, until now, as yet, still, yet, while yet, besides, further, moreover

adhūcnot as yet, not to this time

adiūdicāre, adiūdicō, adiūdicāvī, adiūdicātumgrant a thing to one as judge, award a thing to one as judge, adjudge

administrāre, administrō, administrāvī, administrātumbe near as an aid, attend upon, assist, serve, take charge of, manage, guide, administer, execute, accomplish, do, perform, govern, guide, steer, put the hand to, render service, do one’s duty, employ

adoptātiō, adoptātiōnis fadopting, receiving as a child

adparēre, adpareō, adparuī, adparitūruscome in sight, appear, become visible, make one’s appearance, be seen, show one’s self, be in public, appear, appear as servant or aid, attend, wait upon, serve

adpōnere, adpōnō, adposuī, adpositumplace at, put at, lay at, place by the side of a thing, , put to something by way of increase, add to, superadd, do further, do something, set down for something, count as, reckon as, consider as, hold as, apply to, add, unite, serve up, set before one,

adscīscere, adscīscō, adscīvī, adscītumreceive a thing with knowledge, take a thing with approbation, approve, receive as true, receive one, admit one (as citizen, ally, son, etc, ), adopt, join or unite one’s self to one, assume to one’s self, arrogate to one’s self, order, decree, approve also

adscrīptīvī, adscrīptīvōrum menrolled as (supernumerary) soldiers

adsentīre, adsentiō, adsensī, adsēnsumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

adsentīrī, adsentior, adsēnsus sumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

adserere, adserō, adseruī, adsertumjoin some person or thing to one’s self, declare one (a slave) to be free by laying hands upon him, set free, liberate, declare one to be a slave by laying the hand upon him, claim as a slave, free from, protect, defend, defend against

adsīgnāre, adsīgnō, adsīgnāvī, adsīgnātummark out to one, appoint to one, assign, distribute, allot, give by assigning, confer upon, ascribe, attribute, impute to one as a crime, reckon as a service, commit, consign, give over to one to keep, give over to one to take care of, make a mark upon something

adsimilāre, adsimilō, adsimilāvī, adsimilātummake one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

adsimulāre, adsimulō, adsimulāvī, adsimulātummake one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

adstāre, adstō, adstitīstand at, stand near, stand by, stand, await, stand at one’s side as counsel or aid, assist, still existing, still remaining, stand up, stand upright

adsūmere, adsūmō, adsūmpsī, adsūmptumtake to one’s self, take with one’s self, take up, receive, adopt, accept, take, take as friend, choose as friend, usurp, claim, assume, arrogate, pick up a theme, take up, begin, obtain, take in addition to, add to, join to

adtribuere, adtribuō, adtribuī, adtribūtumassociate, add to, join to, annex, assign, bestow, give, join in addition, add, attribute to one, impute to one, charge with, ascribe to, lay as a tax, lay as a tribute

adūlārī, adūlor, adūlātus sumcling to one fawningly, fawn as a dog, flatter in a cringing manner, fawn upon

adumbrātimsketched in shadow, à la silhouette, in general, in outline, as it were covered with shadows, dimly resembling

adūsque (= ūsque ad)quite to, even to, all the way to, as far as

adverbiālis, adverbiālepertaining to an adverb, adverbial, be used as adverb, derived from adverbs

adversārius, adversāria, adversāriumturned toward one, lying before one’s eyes, standing opposite to one, standing opposed to one as an antagonist, in hostile opposition to

advocātus, advocātī mone who is called by one of the parties in a suit to aid as a witness or counsel, legal assistant, counsellor, advocate, attorney, assistant, helper, friend

aequaevus, aequaeva, aequaevumof equal age, just as old, coeval

aequālis sum alicuiusbe of the same age as someone

aequēin like manner, equally, just as, as well as, as much as, alike, justly, with equity

aequiterin like manner, equally, just as, as well as, as much as, alike, justly, with equity

aerumnābilis, aerumnābilethat may be regarded as wretched or miserable, full of trouble, calamitous

aes rēgulāreas a rail formable ore

aestīvēin a summer-like manner, as in summer

afferre, afferō, attulī, allātumbring, take, carry, convey (a thing to a place), report, announce, inform, publish, cause, occasion, effect, give, impart, bring forwards, allege, assert, adduce, bring forth as a product, yield, bear, produce

affīrmāre, affīrmō (adfīrmō), affīrmāvī, affīrmātumpresent a thing as fixed, present as firm, present as certain, present as true, assert, maintain, aver, declare, asseverate, affirm

agnīna, agnīnae fflesh of a lamb as eaten

agnum prō lupō simulānsas a wolf in sheep's clothing

alicuī aliquid dōnō dōadore somebody something as a gift

alicuī causa sumserve as a cause for someone

alicuius ductūunder someone's leadership, under someone as leader

aliquem (aliquid) exemplī causā commemorōcite someone (something) as an example

aliquem (aliquid) exemplī causā nōminōcite someone (something) as an example

aliquem (aliquid) exemplī causā pōnōcite someone (something) as an example

aliquem (aliquid) exemplī causā prōferōcite someone (something) as an example

aliquem (iūdicem) inīquum ēiūrō (ēierō)reject a judge as biased

aliquem ascīscō collēgam et generumtake someone as co-regent and son-in-law

aliquem auctōrem habeō alicuius reīhave someone as a guarantor for something

aliquem hērēdem testāmentō faciōappoint someone as heir by will

aliquem hērēdem testāmentō scribōappoint someone as heir by will

aliquem in dēliciīs habeōhave someone as a favorite, have someone as a sweetheart

aliquem in eādem familiāritāte habeō, quā anteātreat someone as kindly as before

aliquem in hostium numerō dūcōcount someone as one's enemy

aliquem līberātōrem acclāmōpraise someone as a liberator with a loud shout, proclaim someone a liberator

aliquem librō dōnārepresent someone with a book, give someone a book as a gift

aliquem nātum nōn agnōscōnot to recognise one as a son at birth

aliquem nihil putōregard someone as nothing, hold someone in low esteem

aliquem patrem āversornot recognise someone as a father

aliquem perhibeōset someone up as a lawyer

aliquem rēgem cōnstituōappoint someone as king, install someone as king

aliquem socium habeō alicuius reīhave someone as a partner in something, do something together with someone

aliquem tertium in amīcitiam ascrībōadmit someone as a third party to the covenant of friendship

aliquem testem adhibeōcall in someone as a witness

aliquem testem alicuius reī citōcall someone as a witness in a case

aliquem testem dōbring in someone as a witness

aliquem testem ēdōbring in someone as a witness

aliquem testem prōdūcōbring in someone as a witness

aliquem testem prōferōbring in someone as a witness

aliquem tyrannum cōnstituōappoint someone as a tyrant

aliquid cernō quasi per cālīginemsee something as if through fog

aliquid ex sententiā succēditsomething goes as desired, something proceeds as desired

aliquid in crīmen vertōinterpret something as a crime

aliquid leve habeōtake something lightly, regard something as insignificant, regard something as negligible

aliquid nihilī faciorespect something for nothing, regard something as a trifle

aliquid perstringō quasi praeteriēnstouch something as it were in passing

aliquid prō certō affīrmōclaim something as certain

aliquid prō certō crēdōbelieve something as certain, consider something as certain

aliquid prō certō habeōconsider something certain, regard something as certain

aliquid prō certō prōmittōpromise something as certain

aliquid prō disciplīnā et praeceptīs habeōlet something be a lesson to oneself, take something as a lesson

aliquid prōsperē ēvenitsomething goes out as desired

aliquid prōsperē prōcēditsomething develops as desired

aliquid velut scaenicē fitsomething takes place as if on stage

aliquid videō quasi per cālīginemsee something as if through fog

aliquid vītā aestimōmeasure a thing by life, hold a thing as dear as life

aliquō amīcō ūtorhave someone as a friend

aliquō imperante mereōtake part in a campaign under someone as a commander, do military service under someone as a commander

aliquō imperātōre mereōtake part in a campaign under someone as a commander, do military service under someone as a commander

aliquō imperātōre mīlitōtake part in a campaign under someone as a commander, do military service under someone as a commander

aliquō teste ūtorcall someone as a witness, involve someone as a witness

alōpeciae, alōpeciārum fplaces where the hair has fallen out as a result of fox mange

alterō tantō longioras long again, once again as long

alterum tantumtwice as big, twice as large

amīcārī, amīcoract like a friend, behave as a friend

anachītēs, anachītae mname of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

ananchītida, ananchītidae fname of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

anancitēs, anancitae mname of the diamond as a remedy for sadness and trouble of mind

anapauomenos, anapauomenī mhe that rests, painting of Protogenes, which represents a satyr as leaning idly against a tree

anchūsa, anchūsae fa plant used as a cosmetic, ox-tongue

ancillārī, ancillor, ancillātus sumserve as handmaid, serve, attend upon, be subservient to

anclāre, anclō, anclāvī, anclātumserve with, bring something as servant, have the care of

anculāre, anculōserve with, bring something as servant, have the care of

angariāre, angariō, angariāvīdemand something as angaria, exact villanage, compel, constrain

angarizāre, angarizō, angarizāvīdemand something as angaria, exact villanage, compel, constrain

anima, animae fmind as the seat of thought, consciousness

animum intendōintend, aim, have as purpose

antestārī, antestor, antestātus sumbe called as a witness, be asked to testify

antestārī, antestor, antestātus sumcall up as a witness before the opening of the cause, call as a witness

antipathēs antipathis fblack kind of coral used as a preventive of witchcraft

antistrophēaccordingly, as a counterpart

antlāre, antlōserve with, bring something as servant, have the care of, scoop

ānulāre, ānulāris nwhite color prepared from chalk, mixed with glass beads, such as were worn in rings

apophasis, apophasis fwhereby one, as it were, answers himself

apparēre, appareō, apparuī, apparitūruscome in sight, appear, become visible, make one’s appearance, be seen, show one’s self, be in public, appear, appear as servant or aid, attend, wait upon, serve

appōnere, appōnō (adpōnō), apposuī, appositumplace at, put at, lay at, place by the side of a thing, apply to, add, unite, serve up, et before one, appoint or designate one to any service or duty, place in any station, join to as an aid

appōnere, appōnō (adpōnō), apposuī, appositumput to something by way of increase, add to, superadd, do further, do something, set down for something, count as, reckon as, consider as, hold as

approbāre, approbō (adprobō), approbāvī, approbātumassent to as good, regard as good, approve, favor, allow a thing to take place, show as being good and true, make evident, prove, demonstrate, confirm, establish, make good to one, render acceptable, satisfactory

arbitrārī, arbitror, arbitrātus sumbe a hearer, be a beholder, observe, perceive, hear, examine, consider, weigh, make a decision, give judgment, give sentence, adjudge, put faith in, testify, declare or announce, give evidence, be of the opinion, believe, consider as, think, suppose

archebion, archebiī na plant used as a cosmetic, ox-tongue

argentāriam exerceōbe active as a banker, be active as a broker

argentum, argentī n (cf. ἀργής)silver, wrought silver, things made of silver, silver-plate, silver-work, silver as weighed out for money, money coined from silver, silver money

argūmentārī, argūmentor, argūmentātus sumadduce proof of a thing, prove, adduce something as proof, make a conclusion, conclude

arguere, arguō, arguī, arguitūrusmake clear, show,, prove, make known, declare, assert, attempt to show, accuse, reprove, censure, charge with, blame, denounce as false, refute, confute

armātus semper ac velut in prōcīnctū stōalways stand ready armed, as it were, always be at the ready, as it were, at arms length

armilla ex millēsimīs Mercūriī factaa bracelet that was vowed (but not given) to Mercury as a thousandth of the prize

arrogāre, arrogō (adrogō), arrogāvī, arrogātumask of one, inquire of one, question, add one officer to another, associate with, place by the side of, take in the place of a child, adopt, appropriate, claim as one’s own, arrogate to one’s self, assume, adjudge something to another as his own, confer upon

ascīscere, ascīscō (adscīscō), ascīvī, ascītumreceive a thing (with knowledge and approbation), approve, receive as true, admit one in some capacity (as citizen, ally, son), take to one’s self, appropriate to one’s self, adopt, join one’s self to one, unite one’s self to one, assume something to one’s self

ascrīptīvī, ascrīptīvōrum menrolled as (supernumerary) soldiers

ascrīptīvus, ascrīptīva, ascrīptīvumenrolled as a (supernumerary) soldier

assārium, assāriī nan as piece, as coin

assārius, assāria, assāriumworth as

assārius, assāriī man as piece, as coin

assentīre, assentiō (adsentiō), assensī, assēnsumjoin one in opinion, agree with, assent to, give assent, approve, give approval, yield, assent to as perceived by sense

asserere, asserō (adserō), asseruī, assertumdeclare one (a slave) to be free by laying hands upon him, set free, liberate, declare one to be a slave by laying the hand upon him, claim as a slave, free from, protec, defend, defend against, appropriate something to one’s self, claim

asserere, asserō (adserō), asseruī, assertumjoin some person or thing to one’s self, declare one (a slave) to be free by laying hands upon him, set free, liberate, declare one to be a slave by laying the hand upon him, claim as a slave, free from, protect, defend, defend against

assimilāre, assimilō, assimilāvī, assimilātummake one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

assimulāre, assimulō (adsimulō), assimulāvī, assimulātum, assimilō (adsimilō)make one thing like another, consider as similar, compare, represent something irreal as real, imitate, counterfeit, pretend, feign, simulate

assipondium, assipondiī nweight of one as, pound weight

assūmere, assūmō (adsūmō), assūmpsī, assūmptumtake to one’s self, take with one’s self, take up, receive, adopt, accept, take, take as friend, choose as friend, usurp, claim, assume, arrogate, pick up a theme, take up, begin, obtain, take in addition to, add to, join to

asteriscus, asteriscī msmall star, an asterisk, as a typographical mark placed before imperfect, deficient passages of authors

astāre, astō (adstō), astitīstand at, stand near, stand by, stand, await, stand at one’s side as counsel or aid, assist, still existing, still remaining, stand up, stand upright

atque ... atque ... (selten statt et... et...)both , , , as well as , , ,

attribuere, attribuō (adtribuō), attribuī, attribūtumassociate, add to, join to, annex, assign, bestow, give, join in addition, add, attribute to one, impute to one, charge with, ascribe to, lay as a tax, lay as a tribute

auctōrāre, auctōrō, auctōrāvī, auctōrātumbecome security for, give a pledge as bondsman, bind, confirm, support

augurium accipiōaccept the sign as favourable, understand as an omen, receive as an omen

auspicāre, auspicō, auspicāvī, auspicātumtake the auspices, receive as an augury, accept as an augury

autobirotam pīgnus capiōtake a motorbike as a pledge

baceolus, baceola, baceolumthick as thieves

barbarēas a foreigner would, in a foreign tongue, rudely, ignorantly, in an uncultivated way, roughly, barbarously, cruelly

bellāria, bellāriōrum n (τραγήματα)that which is used as a dessert, fruit, nuts, confectionery, sweet wine, dessert

berbēna, berbēnae ffoliage, herbage, leaves, twigs, branches (of laurel, olive, or myrtle), cypress, tamarisk, sacred boughs, class of plants used in medicine as cooling remedies (olive, myrtle, ivy)

Berenīcē, Berenīcēs fDaughter of Ptolemy Philadelphus and Arsinoë, and wife of her own brother, Ptolemy Euergetes; her beautiful hair was placed as a constellation in heaven

bona voluptāte terminōdefine pleasure as the good

cum ... tum ...not only, but also, as … so especially

dōnum accipiō, accēpī, acceptumaccept as a gift

ex voluntāteas requested, as desired, according to wish

haud sētiusnone the less, just as much

hoc mihi exemplum ascrībōtake this as an example, apply it as an example to oneself

in acceptum referōbook as income

in meam contumēliam aliquid vertōconsider something as a personal insult

iūdicem aliquem addīcōallow someone to act as a judge

neque adhūcnot as yet, not to this time

nihil adhūcnothing as yet, not at all as yet

nihilō sētiusno less, just as

paenenearly, almost, as I may say

pater, patris m (πατήρ)father, sire, father as head and representative of the household

plūmā leviorlight as a feather, feathery light

plūmā molliorfeathery soft, soft as a feather

saxeus, saxea, saxeumas hard as stone

scorpiō, ōnis m. (scorpius, scorpiī m) (σκορπίων, σκορπίος)a heap of stones terminating in a point, and used as a boundary mark

sēmis (indecl.) (ἥμισυ)half an as, a semi as, half a juger of lan, half foot, half a foot, half a cubit

sēmis, sēmissis mhalf an as, a semi as, half a juger of lan, half foot, half a foot, half a cubit

sēmissālis, sēmissālebelonging to a half as

sēmissālis, sēmissālehalf as a month

sēmissārius, sēmissāria, sēmissāriumbelonging to a half as, who inherits one half

sēmūncideūnx, sēmūncideūncis mseven eighths of an as

sēscuplāris, sēscuplāretaken once and a half, once and a half as much

sēscuplex, sēscuplicistaken once and a half, once and a half as much

sēscuplex, sēscuplicistaken once and a half, once and a half as much

sēscuplus, sēscupla, sēscuplumtaken once and a half, once and a half as much

sēsquiplex, sēsquiplicistaken once and a half, once and a half as much

sēsquiplus, sēsquipla, sēsquiplumtaken once and a half, once and a half as much

sextāns, sextantis msixth part of an as, the sixth part of a twelve part whole, sixth part of the number six, unity, one

sīcas follows, in the following manner, as I do it, as you see, in the manner mentioned, under these circumstances, accordingly, hence

sīgnātor, sīgnātōris msealer, signer, one who attests a will by sealing it, witness to a will, one who affixes his seal as witness to a marriage contract, a witness to a marriage, one who stamps money, a coiner

simulat the same time, together, at once, as soon as, also, likewise

simul atqueas soon as

solitēas usual

spectāre, spectō, spectāvī, spectātumlook at, behold, gaze at, watch, observe, see as a spectator, look on, face, lie, be situated, regard, consider

statuere, statuō, statuī, statūtumstrengthen, support, constitute, appoint, create, fix, decide, determine, settle, bring about, choose, make a decision, conclude, determine, be convinced, judge, declare as a judgment, be of opinion, hold

stēllātus, stēllāta, stēllātumset with stars, starry, stellate, starred, placed in the heavens as a constellation

subcenturiāre, subcenturiōreceive as a recruit into a centuria

subdīmidius, subdīmidia, subdīmidiumhalf as much less, less by one half of itself

subdocēre, subdoceōteach as an assistant, act as an assistant-teacher

sublinere, sublinō, sublēvī, sublitumbesmear beneat, anoint beneath, lay on as a groundcolor, prime with any thing, put underneath, underlay

subsidiārī, subsidioract as a reserve, stand in reserve

subsortīrī, subsortior, subsortītus sumchoose by lot as a substitute

substernere, substernō, substrāvī, substrātumstrew, scatter, spread, lay under, lay beneath, spread underneath, lay as a ground-color, furnish, bestrew, spread over, cover any thing, spread out, submit for examination, submit for acceptance, give up, surrender, prostitute

succenturiāre, succenturiō, succenturiāvi, succenturiātumreceive as a recruit into a centuria, put in the place of another, receive as a substitute

sufficere, sufficiō, suffēcī, suffectumcause to take the place of, supply instead of, furnish as a substitute, be sufficient, suffice, avail for, meet the need of, satisfy

summae reī praefectus sumact as superintendent

summae reī praepositus sumact as superintendent

sūmō mihi triplextake three times as much

superdīmidius, superdīmidia, superdīmidiumof a number, half as much more

superquārtus, superquārta, superquārtumone fourth as much more

superquīntus, superquīnta, superquīntumßone fifth as much more

superscrībere, superscrībō, superscrīpsi, superscrīptumwrite upon, write over, superscribe, write over as a correction

supersextus, supersexta, supersextumone sixth as much more

superstatūmināre, superstatūminōplace above as a foundation

superesse, supersum, superfuībe over and above, be left, remain, exist still, live after, outlive, be still alive, survive, be in abundance, abound, be in excess, be superabundant, be superfluous, be present, serve by being present, assist, serve as an advocate, be over, be beyond, be prominent

supplicāre, supplicō, supplicāvī, supplicātumkneel down, humble one’s self, pray humbly, beg humbly, to beseech, implore, supplicate, pray to a god, supplicate as a god, pray, worship

suppōnere, suppōnō, supposuī, suppositumput under, place under, set under, put in the place of another, substitute, substitute falsely, substitute fraudulently, falsify, forge, counterfeit, place as a pledge, hypothecate, add, annex, subjoin, make subject, subject, submit, set beneath, esteem less

tabelliō, tabelliōnis mone who draws up written instruments, such as contracts, wills, notary, scrivener

tacitus, tacita, tacitumthat is passed over in silence, not spoken of, kept secret, unmentioned, that is done without words, assumed as a matter of course, silent, implied, tacit, that exists in silence, secret, hidden, concealed, secretly, unobserved

tam facile hominēs occīdit quam canis adsīditkill people as easily as a dog can lift its leg

tam facile vincēs, quam pirum volpēs comēstto win as quickly as a fox eats a pear

tamquam (comparativ)as much as, so as, just as, like as, as if, as it were, so to speak, for instance, for example

tamquam sīas if, just as if

tantumdem (tantundem)just so much, just as much

tantusdem, tantadem, tantumdem (tantundem)just so great, as great , just so large, as large

tempore prōcēdenteas time goes by, in the course of time, over time

tempore prōgredienteas time goes by, in the course of time, over time

temporis prōcessūin the course of time, in the process of time, as time goes by

tenuslengthwise, to the end, as far as, up to, down to, unto, to

ternārius, ternāriiī ma third of an as

terūncius, terūnciī mthree twelfths of an as, quarter-as, trifle, fourth part

tēstātiō, tēstātiōnis fbearing witness, giving testimony, attesting, testifying, calling to witness, invoking as witness

testem citōcall as a witness

testimōnium, testimōniī nwitness, evidence, attestation, testimony, that which serves as proof, proof, evidence

testis in aliquem prōdeōstand up as a witness against someone

testārī, testor, testātus sumbe a witness, speak as witness, bear witness, give evidence, depose, testify, attest, make known, show, prove, demonstrate, give to understand

testārī, testor, testātus sumbe a witness, speak as witness, bear witness, give evidence, depose, testify, attest, make known, show, prove, demonstrate, give to understand

thalassomeli n (indecl.)sea-water mixed with honey, used as a beverage

thesmophoria, thesmophoriōrum nfestival of Demeter as lawgiver among the Greeks

tollere, tollō, sustulī, sublātumlift up, take up, raise, raise up, elevate, exalt, take up, accept, acknowledge, bring up, educate as one’s own, lift the anchor, weigh anchor, break up, proceed, build, erect, take on board, cheer up, console

totidemjust so many, just as many

totiēnsso often, so many times, as often, as many times

totiēsso often, so many times, as often, as many times

trabālis, trabālebelonging to beams, beam-, beam-like, stout as a beam

trēs sōlēs totidemque noctēsthree days and as many nights

tribūnal, tribūnālis ntribunal erected as a monument to a deceased person of high rank, mound, dam, embankment, height, greatness

triēns, trientis mthird part, a third of any thing, third part of an as, third part of an aureus, one third per cent, third of a juger, third of a foot

triplex, triplicis nthree times as much, threefold portion, triple

triplex, triplicis nthree times as much, threefold portion, triple

triplum, triplī nthe triple, three times as much

triumphāre, triumphō, triumphāvī, triumphātummake a triumphal, make a procession, hold a triumph, celebrate a triumph, triumph, hold an ovation, celebrate an ovation, triumph, exult, be glad, rejoice exceedingly, triumph over, lead in triumph, conquer, obtaine by victory, get as booty, win as booty

tum etiambesides, as well

typographum, typographī nprinter as device

typographus, typographī mprinter as a person

ūbi diēs advēnitas soon as the agreed day had come

ūbi diēs coepitas soon as the day broke, as soon as the day dawned

ūbi dīlūxitas soon as it had become day, as soon as it was daylight

ūbi illūxitas soon as it had become day, as soon as it was daylight

ūbi lūxitas soon as it had become day, as soon as it was daylight

ūbi prīmumas soon as

ūbi semelas soon as

ultimus suōrum mortuus esthe died as the last of his family, as the last of his family died, with him his family died out

ultōrem mē prōmittōpromise oneself as avengers

undulātus, undulāta, undulātumdiversified as with waves (like watered stuffs), undulated

ūnissimē quantum potestas intimate as possible, as uniform as possible

ūniversimall together, as a whole

ut āit Cicerōas Cicero says

ut assoletas is wont to happen, as is customary, as usual

ut audīmusas you hear it called, as you hear it said

ut crēditurallegedly, as one believes

ut crēduntallegedly, as one believes

ut decet et par estas it should and should be

ut est captus Germānōrumas it is the opinion of the Germanic peoples

ut est in prōverbiōas the saying goes, as the proverb says

ut explōrātā victōriāas if victory was a foregone conclusion, as if the victory was certain

ut ferē fitas it tends to happen

ut fierī soletas it tends to happen

ut fitas it tends to happen

ut in circulīs mōs estas is customary before a street audience

ut īnfrā dictum estas stated below, as stated later, as said below

ut īnfrā dīximusas we have said below, as we have said later

ut inter omnēs cōnstatas is well known, as everyone knows

ut ita dīcamso to speak, as it were

ut libet (ut lubet)at will, as you like it

ut nunc estas the circumstances are now, for the time being

ut omnēs sciuntas everyone knows, as is well known

ut omnibus nōtum estas everyone knows, as is well known

ut perhibentas they say, how they say

ut posteā satis clāruitas later became sufficiently clear

ut prīmumwhen first, as soon as ever

ut prōcēdente librō patebitas will be shown in the course of the book

ut reoras I believe, as I think

ut scīsas you know, as you well know

ut sēmentem fēceris, ita metēsas you sow, so you will reap

ut soletas it tends to happen, usually

ut suprā dictum estas said above, as said before

ut suprā dīximusas said above, as said before

utcumque praesēns affectiō movetaccording to the current mood, as the current mood dictates

utī suprā ostendimusas we have explained further ahead, as we have explained above

utpote cum (+ Konj.)as you might exspect since

utpote quī (quae, quod) (+ Konj.)inasmuch as he who, inasmuch as he, because he,

uxōrem dūcōtake home as wife, marry

vaccam praemium capiōreceive a cow as a wage, get a cow as a reward

varia negōtia causorgive multiple transactions as reason

vāsta dēsertaque omnia invēnithe found everything as extinct

vāticinārī, vāticinor, vāticinātus sumforetell, predict, prophesy, forebode, vaticinate, warn as a prophet, sing as a poet, celebrate as a poet, rave, rant, talk foolish stuff

velut (velutī)even as, just as, like as

velut (velutī)such as, for example

velut agmine factōas it were in marching column

velut ex compositō as agreed upon, as it was agreed

velut ex praedictōas on appointment, as by appointment

velut in cervīcibus habeō hostemhave the enemy as it were sitting in the neck

velut multā pāceas if in deep peace, as it were in deep peace, like in deep peace

velut sījust as if, just as though, as if, as though

vendico 1lay claim to as one’s own, make a claim upon, demand, claim, arrogate, assume, appropriate, place in a free condition, set free, free, emancipate, avenge, revenge, punish, take vengeance, make compensation for

vēndō quam optumēsell as expensive as possible

ventōsēas if full of wind, inflatedly

verba faciō apud populumact as a speaker in the people's assembly

verba faciō in cōntiōneact as a speaker in the people's assembly

verbēnae, verbēnārum ffoliage, herbage, leaves, twigs, branches (of laurel, olive, or myrtle), cypress, tamarisk, sacred boughs, class of plants used in medicine as cooling remedies (olive, myrtle, ivy)

verberibus in aliquem animadvertōbeat up as punishment, spank as punishment

vermiculātus, vermiculāta, vermiculātumin the form of worms, inlaid so as to resemble the tracks of worms, vermiculated

vērumtamen (vēruntamen)but as I was saying

vibia, vibiae fplank, cross-piece supported on trestles (varae) so as to form a bank

victor ex certāmine abeōemerge victorious, emerge as the winner

victor ēvādōwin, emerge victorious, emerge as the winner, to prove oneself victorious

victor ex certāmine abeōemerge victorious from the battle, leave the fight as a winner

victōrem aliquem citōproclaim someone as winner

victōriam praecipiō (animō)already see yourself as a winner

vidēbātur vīvere tamquam superstes sibihe seemed to have outlived himself, as it were

videō tē amīcumsee you as a friend

vīlicāre, vīlicōact as bailiff, act as overseer, superintend, live in the country, reside in the country, manage an estate

vīlicārī, vīlicor, vīlicātus sumact as bailiff, act as overseer, superintend, live in the country, reside in the country, manage an estate

vīllicāre, vīllicōact as bailiff, act as overseer, superintend , live in the country, reside in the country, manage an estate

vindicāre, vindicō, vindicāvī, vindicātumlay claim to as one’s own, make a claim upon, demand, claim, arrogate, assume, appropriate, place in a free condition, set free, free, emancipate, avenge, revenge, punish, take vengeance, make compensation for

vīta vecticulārialife as a thief, life as burglar, life as robber

vix aut omnīnō nōnas good as not at all

volpiō, volpiōnis mone cunning as a fox, sly fox

volsillīs pūgnō, nōn gladiōso as to do but little damage

vōs colubrīnō ingeniō ambae estisyou are both cunning as snakes

vulpīnārī, vulpīnorplay the fox, be sly as a fox

vulpīnārī, vulpīnorplay the fox, be sly as a fox

vulpiō, vulpiōnis mone cunning as a fox, sly fox

2. Formbestimmung:

Wortform von: as
[3] Nom. Sgl. vonas, assis m (vgl. εἷς)
das Ganze (einer Einheit); Pfund; Morgen Land; As; Heller; Pfennig;

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