protero


protero
prōtĕro, ĕre, trīvi, trītum - tr. - [st2]1 [-] refouler en avant. [st2]2 [-] fouler aux pieds, écraser, broyer. [st2]3 [-] écraser, détruire, anéantir, ruiner.
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prōtĕro, ĕre, trīvi, trītum - tr. - [st2]1 [-] refouler en avant. [st2]2 [-] fouler aux pieds, écraser, broyer. [st2]3 [-] écraser, détruire, anéantir, ruiner.
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    Protero, proteris, pen. cor. protriui, protritum, pen. prod. proterere. Plaut. Fouler, et escacher.
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    AEstas proterit Ver. Horat. Destruit, et met à neant.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • protero — protero·glyph·ic; protero·glyph·ous; …   English syllables

  • protero- — a combining form meaning earlier, before, former, used in the formation of compound words: proterotype. Also, esp. before a vowel, proter . Cf. proto . [ < Gk, comb. form repr. próteros, comp. formed from pró; see PRO 2] * * * …   Universalium

  • protero- — ► prefijo Componente de palabra procedente del gr. proteros, que significa el primero: ■ proterozoico . * * * ► Prefijo procedente del gr. próteros, primero …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • protero- — prò·te·ro conf. TS scient. anteriore nel tempo e nello spazio: proterandro, proteroglifo {{line}} {{/line}} ETIMO: dal gr. próteros …   Dizionario italiano

  • protero — (G). Fore, former …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • protero- — combining form see proter …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dodi Protero — (March 13, 1931 April 22, 2007) was a Canadian operatic soprano who had a prolific international career from 1955 through 1980. A singer with a great deal of technical finess, she excelled in the coloratura soprano and soubrette repertoires. She… …   Wikipedia

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