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"have period":

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ā doctrīnā mediocriter īnstrūctus sumhave only moderate knowledge

absonāre, absonō, absonuīdisharmonise, have the wrong tone, be inharmonious, not harmonize

abundāre, abundō, abundāvī, abundātumflow over and down, overflow, shoot up with great luxuriance, have an abundance, have an superabundance of, abound in, existing in abundance

accubō cum aliquōsomebody to have a table neighbor

accumbō cum aliquōsomebody to have a table neighbor

adpetere, adpetō, adpetīvī, adpetītumstrive after, try to get, grasp after, go somewhere, come somewhere, approach, arrive at, pressing on, rushing on, attack, fall upon, seize upon, assault, assail, strive after earnestly, desire eagerly, long for, have an appetite for, draw on, draw nigh, approach, be at

adspicere, adspiciō, adspexī, adspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

aegrē spīritum dūcōbreathe heavily, have heavy breath

aequivalēre, aequivaleō, aequivaluīhave equal power, be equivalent

aerārium si exhauserimus, supplemendum eritwhen we have emptied the treasury, it will have to be filled again

aere aliēnō oppressus sumhave burdensome debts

aes aliēnum habeōbe in debt, have debts

aestuāre, aestuō, aestuāvī, aestuātumbe in agilation, be in violent commotion, move to and fro, rage, toss, boil up, rage, be warm, be hot, burn, glow, it is warm to me, I feel warm, have an undulating motion, have a waving motion, be tossed, heave

aestuāre, aestuō, aestuāvī, aestuātumbe in agilation, be in violent commotion, move to and fro, rage, toss, boil up, rage, be warm, be hot, burn, glow, it is warm to me, I feel warm, have an undulating motion, have a waving motion, be tossed, heave

aetās, aetātis fperiod of life, time of life, life, age, space of time, generation, time, four ages of the world (the golden age, silver age, etc)

aevō sequentīsubsequently, in the following period, in future times

affīnis sumparticipate, be interwoven, have a part in

affluere (circumfluere) pecūniāhave money in abundance

affluere, affluō (adfluō), afflūxīflow to, run to, flow toward, run toward, come to in haste, hasten to, flock to, flock toward, flow down (of food), flow with a thing in rich abundance, overflow with, abound in, have in abundance

agitāre, agitō, agitāvī, agitātumtorment, assail with reproach, assail with derision, assail with insult, reprove, blame, scoff, deride, insult, mock, drive on a thing, urge on a thing, drive at, be employed in, be engaged in, have, hold, keep, celebrate, pass, spend, live, dwell, abide, sojourn, be

agere, agō, ēgī, āctumact, perform, deliver, pronounce, do, labor, transact, be occupied with, think upon, have in view, aim at, pass (time), spend (time), conduct, manage, carry on, administer, represent by external action, play

agō ferōque cūnctahave everything, have it all

alicubī habitōhave a flat somewhere, have an apartment somewhere

alicuī cathedram pōnī iubeōhave someone put down an armchair

alicuius animum commoveōmove someone, stir someone's heart, have an effect on someone, upset someone

alicuius animum moveōhave an effect on someone

alicuius animum vehementer commoveōhave a violent effect on someone

alicuius auctōritās multum valet apud aliquemhave a lot of influence with someone

alicuius causā cupiōhave interest for someone

alicuius causā volōhave interest for someone

alicuius hospitiō ūtorhave one's home with someone, live with someone

alicuius reī facultātem habeōhave the opportunity to do something

alicuius studiōsus sumhave a liking for someone, have a tendency towards someone

alicuius vītae necisque dominus sumdispose of someone's life, have power over one's life

aliēnō sum animō in aliquembe averse to someone, be disinclined towards someone, have a dislike of someone

aliēnārī, aliēnot, aliēnātus sumkeep at a distance from something, be disinclined to, have an aversion for, avoid

aliquantisperfor a moderate period of time, for a while, for a time, for some time

aliquem ad manum habeōhave someone at ones personal service

aliquem adamāvīhave grown fond of someone

aliquem auctōrem habeō alicuius reīhave someone as a guarantor for something

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

aliquem in potestāte habeōhave someone at one's disposal, dispose of someone

aliquem in sinū gestōhave someone very dear and worthy, be very fond of someone

aliquem mēcum habeōhave someone in one's company, have someone in one's environment, have someone with one

aliquem sēnsum habeō in aliquā rēbe receptive to something, have a sense for something, have an antenna for something

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

aliquid ad mē pertinethave interest in something, be interested in something

aliquid dīcere volōhave something on the tip of one' tongue, want to say something

aliquid dictūrus sumhave something on the tip of one' tongue, be about to say something

aliquid didicīhave practical knowledge of something

aliquid fīxum in animō teneōkeep something in mind, have something firmly imprinted in one's mind

aliquid in capite et in cervīcibus esthave something hanging on the neck, have something weighing on the head and neck

aliquid in cervīcibus esthave something hanging on the neck

aliquid in potestāte habeōhave something under one's control, have something at one's disposal, dispose of something

aliquid īnstrūctum habeōhave something at one's command, be in command of something

aliquid perspectum habeobe convinced of something, have seen through something

aliquid suprā caput esthave something hanging on the neck, have something sitting on the back of the neck

aliquō amīcō ūtorhave someone as a friend

aliquō iuvene tepeōbe in love with a young man, have warmed to a young man,

aliud vīdīhave other intentions, have other things in mind

altercābilem cōnserō sermōnemhave an exchange conversation,have a dialogue

altercārī, altercor, altercātus sumhave a discussion with another, have a difference with another, dispute, wrangle, quarrel, contend with, struggle with

ambitūdō, ambitūdinis, fperiod of revolution

anacampserōs, anacampserōtis fan herb, the touch of which was said to have the power of bringing back lost love

ancīle, ancīlis nsmall oval shield, the shield that was said to have fallen from heaven in the reign of Numa

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

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

angōre cōnficiorbe very afraid, be in great fear, have great anxiety

animī imperiō, corporis servitiō magis ūtimurwe have the spirit to rule, the body more to serve

animō careōhave no courage, be courageless

animō fortī sumhave courage, be courageous, be brave

animō habeōhave in mind, be willing to

animō meō aliquid observāturhave something in mind

animō prōmptō ad iocandumhave a joking spirit, have a joking mood

animō vigeōstill be of good cheer, still have fresh courage

animum intendōintend, aim, have as purpose

animum regōkeep oneself in check, have oneself under control

animus est mihi spe alendushave to console myself with hope

animus meus ad dolōrem obdūruithave become insensitive to pain

animus praesāgit mihi aliquid malīI have a bad feeling, I sense something evil

ante Iovem habeorhave higher status than Jupiter, rank above Jupiter

ante oculōs habeōhave in mind, visualise

antistrophēantistrophe answering to the strophe, rhetorical figure, when several parts of a period end with the same word = conversio

antistrophē, antistrophēs fantistrophe answering to the strophe, rhetorical figure, when several parts of a period end with the same word = conversio

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

appetere, appetō, appetīvī (appetiī), appetītumstrive after, try to get, grasp after, go somewhere, come somewhere, approach, arrive at, pressing on, rushing on, attack, fall upon, seize upon, assault, assail, strive after earnestly, desire eagerly, long for, have an appetite for, draw on, draw nigh, approach, be at

aspicere, aspiciō, aspexī, aspectumlook to, look upon, behold, look at, see, look toward, lie toward, examine, reflect upon, consider, weigh, ponder, take into consideration, have in view, look upon with respect, look upon with admiration, look one boldly in the face, meet his glance

bene verruncōturn out well, have a fortunate issue, have a good outcome, turn out for the better, end well

hīc vigilāns somniatbuild castles in the air, have waking dreams

hōra vacuafree period

īgnī spectātus sumhave passed the crucial test

in simultāte sum cum aliquōhold a grudge against someone, live in tension with someone, have a tense relationship with someone, sulk with someone

in vacuō vagorhave free leeway, have free play

incurrō in vōculās malevolōrumhave to put up with the jokes of envious people

inhūmānam vītam vīvōhave an inhuman life, live inhumanly

mē sibi ille affīxum habēbihe will always have me by the neck

memoriā vigeōhave a good memory, have a strong memory, be in full possession of one's memory

multa acervātim frequentōcrowding together many thoughts in one period

multum (plūs, plūrimum) valeō apud aliquemhave a big (quite big, biggest) influence on someone, have great (pretty big, biggest) prestige with someone

quō vortistī?where are you looking?, where have you turned?

scīre, sciō, scīvī (sciī), scītumunderstand, perceive, have knowledge in any thing, have skill in any thing

sēnsus, sēnsūs mthought expressed in words, sentence, period

sententia, sententiae fthought expressed in words, sentence, period

septennium, septenniī nperiod of seven years

septuennium, septuenniī nperiod of seven years

sexennium, sexenniī nperiod of six years, six years

solēre, soleō, solitus sumuse, be wont, be accustomed, have intercourse with

somnō satiātus sumhave slept in

spatium, spatiī nroom, space distance, interval, size, bulk, extent walk, promenade, public place, public square, race-course, room in a building, space in a building, action of walking, walk, promenade, turn, course, space of time, period, time, leisure, opportunity, path, race, track

stabulāre, stabulōhave an abode anywhere, stable, kennel, harbor, roost, stable cattle, house cattle

stabulārī, stabulor, stabulātus sumhave an abode anywhere, stable, kennel, harbor, roost, stable cattle, house cattle

subdubitāre, subdubitōbe a little doubtful, be a little undecided, have some hesitation

subincrepitāre, subincrepitōhave a little bang

sublacrimāre, sublacrimōhave a bit of tears, weeping a little

subsipere, subsipiōhave some taste

succēdit animōcome up with the idea, have the idea

successit coeptīshave done a good job

suēvīhave accustomed one’s self, be wont, be used, be accustomed

summam rērum administrōhave the supreme command

supellecticārius, supellecticāriī mthat have the care of household stuff, that have the care of furniture

superadultus, superadulta, superadultumfully mature, past the first period of maturity

superhabēre, superhabeōhave over a thing, have upon a thing

superintendere, superintendōhave the oversight of, superintend

superāre, superō, superāvi, superātumgo over, rise above, overtop, surmount, have the upper hand, have the superiority, be superior, overcome, surpass, be left over, remain, survive

tempestās, tempestātis fportion of time, point of time, space of time, time, season, period, storm, tempest, commotion, disturbance, calamity, misfortune, shower, throng, multitude

tempora Caesariānaimperial era, imperial age, imperial period

tempora māternaperiod of pregnancy, gestational period

tempus ad dēlīberandum pōstulōrequest a cooling-off period

tempus alicuī dōallow a period of time

tempus appellātōriumwithdrawal period

tempus diēīday period

tempus habeō alicuī reīhave time for something

tempus mihi dēest ad rem faciendamI don't have the time to do the thing

tempus quadragēsimālelenting period

tempus, temporis n (cf. τέμνω)portion of time, period of time, a time, time, season, fitting time, appointed time, the right season, proper period, opportunity, state of the times, position, state, condition

tempusculum, tempusculī nshort time span, brief period

tetracōlon, ī, n., eine period consisting of four members

tetraëtēris, tetraëtēridis f (Akk. Sgl. tetraëtērida)four-year period

tibi adsēnsum estyou have been approved

tinnīre, tinniō, tinnīvī (tinniī), tinnītumring, chink, clink, jingle, tinkle, tingle, clink money, pay, have a sharp voice, have a shrill voice, cry, scream, sing

torminibus labōrōhave stomach ache, suffer from stomach ache

tractus, tractūs mdrawing, dragging, hauling, pulling, drawing out, trailing, stretch, extent, tract of a thing, territory, district, region, tract of land, course, progress, movement, space, lapse, period, drawing out, protracting, lengthening, protraction, extension, length

trānquillō animō sumhave composure

trānscursiō, trānscursiōnis fpassing over, lapse of a period of time, hasty treatment, brief handling in thought

tricōlon, tricōlī nperiod consisting of three clauses

tricōlum, tricōlī nperiod consisting of three clauses

triduō intermissōafter three days, after a period of three days, after a break of three days

trienniō circumāctōafter a period of three years, after three years,

tū mihi praestō fuistīyou have gone to my hand, you went by my hand

tuā voluntāte discessīwith your consent I have left, with your consent I left

tussīre, tussiōcough, have a cough

unde audierim, oblītus sumhave forgotten who I heard it from

ūnō cōnspectū aliquid videōhave a general overview of something

ūnus mihi restat scrūpulusone concern remains for me, I still have one reservation

ūsū aliquid cōgnitum habeōhave practical knowledge, have practical skills, have practical skills

ūsū praeditus sumhave experience

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

ut mihi supersit, suppetat, superstitetthat I have plenty of it

uterō labōrōhave birth pains

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

utinam abīsset! (unerfüllbar / Vergangenheit)ah, he would have gone away! (unfortunately he did not go away)

utinam nē abīsset! (unerfüllbar / Vergangenheit)ah, he would not have gone away! (unfortunately he left)

utinam numquam cum Caesare societātem coīssemI would never have entered into a covenant with Caesar!

ūtī, ūtor, ūsus sumindulge, yield to, experience, undergo, receive, enjoy the friendship of any one, be familiar with, be intimate with, associate with, be in possession of a thing, have, hold

uxōrem habeōbe married, have a wife

vacāre, vacō, vacāvī, vacātumbe empty, be void, be vacant, be void of, be without, not to contain, be free from, be unoccupied, keeps free from, remains aloof from, be free from labor, be not busied, be idle, be at leisure, have leisure, have time, have time for, be ownerless

variā fortūnā ūtorhave a changeful destiny, have a chequered destiny

vāstum maris aequor tibi arandumhave to navigate the immeasurable vastness of the sea

vehementer est prōvidendum, nē opprimāmurhave to take care of themselves enormously

veīvere, veīvōlive, be alive, have life, survive, be still alive, live well, live at ease, enjoy life, last, endure, remain, be remembered, support life, sustain one’s self, maintain one’s self, pass one’s life, reside

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

ventīs adversīs ūtorhave headwind

ventīs secundīs ūtorhave tailwind

ventrem faciōhave a passage at stool, have bowel movement, have stool

ventrigāre, ventrigōhave bowel movement

ventus adversum tenet Athēnīs proficīscentibusthose departing from Athens have headwinds

vērē exīstimō dē aliquā rēhave the right opinion about something

vērē iūdicō dē aliquā rēhave the right opinion about something

verēcundor nēminemhave no fear of anyone

vermināre, verminōhave worms, be troubled with worms, have crawling pains, have itching pains, prick, shoot, ache, pain

vescī, vescorfill one’s self with food, to take food, feed, eat, enjoy, make use of, use, have

vesperī, quid quōque diē dīxerim, commemorōin the evening i visualize what i have said every day

vīcennium, vīcenniī nperiod of twenty years

vīcīhave won the game, have achieved its purpose

vīcistīyou shall have your will

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

vidēre, videō, vīdī, vīsumhave the eyes open, be awake

vidēre, videō, vīdī, vīsumsee, perceive, have the eyes open, be awake, look out on, afford a view, observe, mark, discern, understand, comprehend, be aware, know, look at, look to, consider, think upon

vim habeōmean, have significance, signify, have meaning

vīndēmiae sunt in manibusbe busy with the grape harvest, have to do with the grape harvest

vir mihi carendusthe man I have to do without

vīsa revolvōI reconsider what I have seen

vītae necisque potestātem habeōhave power over life and death

vītandum est, nē (+ Konj.)one must avoid, you have to avoid that

vitia praevalidavices that have taken over, vices that have become rampant

vīvere, vīvō, vīxī, vīctumlive, be alive, have life, survive, be still alive, live well, live at ease, enjoy life, last, endure, remain, be remembered, support life, sustain one’s self, maintain one’s self, pass one’s life, reside

vix bene dēsieramI had hardly stopped, hardly have quite stopped

vōce opus estI must scream, I have to scream

voluptās et dolor ē corpore oriunturpleasure and pain have their origin in the body

voluptāte capiorenjoy oneself, like to have fun, to be seized by lust

vulsāre, vulsōhave cramps, have spasms

Formenbestimmung

Wortform von: have
[21] Imp. 2.Sgl. Prs. Akt. von havēre, haveō
= avēre, aveō; = avēre, aveō - bin begierig;
[21] Imp. 2.Sgl. Prs. Akt. von havēre, haveō
= avēre, aveō - bin gesegnet;

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