condignus


condignus
condignus, a, um tout à fait digne (de qqn, de qqch, aliquo, aliqua re).
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condignus, a, um tout à fait digne (de qqn, de qqch, aliquo, aliqua re).
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    Condignus, Adiectiuum, pro Dignus accipitur. Plaut. Digne, Condigne.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • Condign — Con*dign , a. [F. condigne, L. condignus very worthy; con + dignus worthy. See {Deign}, and cf. {Digne}.] 1. Worthy; suitable; deserving; fit. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Condign and worthy praise. Udall. [1913 Webster] Herself of all that rule she… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • condign — adjective Etymology: Middle English condigne, from Anglo French, from Latin condignus, from com + dignus worthy more at decent Date: 15th century deserved, appropriate < condign punishment > • condignly adverb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • condign — condignly, adv. /keuhn duyn /, adj. well deserved; fitting; adequate: condign punishment. [1375 1425; late ME condigne < AF, MF < L condignus, equiv. to con CON + dignus worthy; see DIGNITY] Syn. appropriate, suitable. * * * …   Universalium

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  • condign — [15] From its virtually exclusive modern use in the phrase condign punishment, condign has come to be regarded frequently as meaning ‘severe’, but etymologically it signifies ‘fully deserved’. It comes via Old French condigne from Latin condignus …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

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  • condign — late 15c., well deserved, from O.Fr. condigne deserved, appropriate, equal in wealth, from L. condignus wholly worthy, from com together, altogether (see COM (Cf. com )) + dignus worthy (see DIGNITY (Cf. dignity)). Of punishment, deservedly sever …   Etymology dictionary

  • condign — [kən dʌɪn] adjective formal (of punishment) fitting and deserved. Derivatives condignly adverb Origin ME: from OFr. condigne, from L. condignus, from con altogether + dignus worthy …   English new terms dictionary


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