pone


pone
[st1]1 [-] pŏnĕ, adv. : en arrière, par-derrière.    - pone aggredi, Sil. : attaquer par derrière. [st1]2 [-] pŏnĕ, prép. + acc. : derrière.    - pone nos recede, Plaut. : retire-toi derrière nous.    - pone castra, Liv. : derrière le camp. [st1]3 [-] pŏnĕ : impér. prés. de pono.
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[st1]1 [-] pŏnĕ, adv. : en arrière, par-derrière.    - pone aggredi, Sil. : attaquer par derrière. [st1]2 [-] pŏnĕ, prép. + acc. : derrière.    - pone nos recede, Plaut. : retire-toi derrière nous.    - pone castra, Liv. : derrière le camp. [st1]3 [-] pŏnĕ : impér. prés. de pono.
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    Pone, Praepositio antiqua, pro Post, accusatiuo iungitur, et contrarium habet Ante. Plautus, Pone aedem Castoris ibi sunt. Derriere le temple.
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    Pone, Aduerbium. Virgil. Par derriere.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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