commentitius


commentitius
c. commenticius.
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c. commenticius.
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    Commentitius, Adiectiuum. Cic. Chose controuvee et feincte.
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    Commentitium. Sueton. Chose qu'on a songé et inventé de nouveau.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • Commentitious — Com men*ti tious, a. [L. commentitius.] Fictitious or imaginary; unreal; as, a commentitious system of religion. [Obs.] Warburton. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ARMILLUS — quasi Ε᾿ρημόλκος, vastator populi, commentitius Iudaeorum Antichristus est, quem narrant Romae e lapide marmoreo nasciturum, prodigiosae staturae, et gentium Messiam se iactaturum; donec cum ipso pugnaverit et inferior evaserit Messias Ben Ioseph …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • commentitious — |kämən.|tishəs adjective Etymology: Latin commenticius, commentitius, from commentus (past participle of comminisci to invent, contrive, devise) + icius, itius itious more at comment archaic : fictitious or imaginary : feigned or lying …   Useful english dictionary


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