appositus


appositus
I.
    Appositus, Participium, pen. corr. Mis aupres, Apposé.
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    Lumine apposito nutrix animaduertit puerum dormientem. Cic. Quand elle eust approché la lumiere, Quand la lumiere fust approchee.
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    Itineri apposita. Plin. Joignant le chemin.
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    Appositum ac propinquum. Cic. Joignant.
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    Appositus. Cic. Attiltré, Apposté.
II.
    Appositus, Adiectiuum nomen ex Participio. Cic. Propre à quelque chose, Bien faict, Convenable, ou sortable, Pertinent.
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    Appositus ager ad vitem, vel ad frumentum. Varro. Propre à porter vin, ou froument.
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    Ad medendum est appositus. Varro. Facile, ou aisé à estre medeciné.
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    Iuri magis, an aequo sit appositus. Quint. S'il est plus duit à rendre le droict et rigueur de justice, que l'equité, S'il est plus addonné à la rigueur que à l'equité.
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    Habet quoddam Sardinia appositum ad recordationem praeteritae memoriae. Cic. Convenant.
III.
    Appositus, huius appositus, Verbale. Plin. Application.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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