caespes


caespes
caespĕs (cespĕs), ĭtis, m. [st2]1 [-] motte de gazon; gazon, touffe d'herbes. [st2]2 [-] Plin. bourgeon (en forme de motte). [st2]3 [-] cabane (couverte de gazon), autel de gazon. [st2]4 [-] sol couvert de gazon, terre, terrain, contrée.
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caespĕs (cespĕs), ĭtis, m. [st2]1 [-] motte de gazon; gazon, touffe d'herbes. [st2]2 [-] Plin. bourgeon (en forme de motte). [st2]3 [-] cabane (couverte de gazon), autel de gazon. [st2]4 [-] sol couvert de gazon, terre, terrain, contrée.
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    Caespes, caespitis, pen. cor. m. g. A Caedo fit. Lucan. Motte de terre herbue, ou Glazon.
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    Gramineus caespes. Ouid. Glazon herbue.
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    Viridis caespes. Virg. Verd et herbu.
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    Viuus caespes. Horat. Verd, Qui ha encore l'herbe verde.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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