effluentia


effluentia
effluentĭa, ae, f. écoulement, effusion, épanchement.
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effluentĭa, ae, f. écoulement, effusion, épanchement.
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    Effluentia, huius effluentiae. Plin. Decoulement.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • effluence — [ eflyɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1747; de effluent ♦ Rare Émanation. ⇒ effluve. Des légumes « d où s exhalent des effluences de putréfaction » (Bloy). ⇒EFFLUENCE, subst. fém. Émanation d un fluide ou de corpuscules invisibles. Des gerbes de foin s élevèrent,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ԶԵՂՈՒՄՆ — (ղման.) NBH 1 0731 Chronological Sequence: Early classical, 5c, 10c գ. χύμα effusio, perfusio, effluentia Զեղուլն (ն. եւ կ.) լիութիւն. յորդութիւն. ... *Զեղումն սրտի իբրեւ զաւազ առ եզեր ծովու. ՟Գ. Թագ. ՟Դ. 29: *Ըստ վտակաց զեղման: Զեղմունք շնորհացդ …   հայերեն բառարան (Armenian dictionary)

  • ՀՈՍԱՆՔ — (նաց, նօք.) NBH 2 0120 Chronological Sequence: Unknown date, Early classical, 5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c գ. ՀՈՍԱՆՔ ῤύσις, ῤοή, ἅφεσις flxus, effluentia, remissio νάμα fluentum, latex σύρτις syrtis եւն. որ եւ ՀՈՍՔ, ՀՈՍՈՒՄՆ. Խաղացք եւ վազք, ուղխք, յորձանք …   հայերեն բառարան (Armenian dictionary)

  • effluence — c.1600, from L.L. effluentia, from L. effluentem (nom. effluens) flowing out, prp. of effluere to flow out, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + fluere to flow (see FLUENT (Cf. fluent)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • effluence — [ ɛflʊəns] noun 1》 a substance that flows out. 2》 the action of flowing out. Origin ME: from med. L. effluentia, from L. effluent , effluere flow out …   English new terms dictionary

  • coulement — d eauës, Fluxio aquarum. Coulement, quand quelque chose coule hors, Effluentia, Effluuium …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • effluence — [ef′lo͞o əns] n. [ME < ML effluentia < L effluens, prp. of effluere, to flow out < ex , out + fluere, to flow: see FLUENT] 1. a flowing out or forth 2. a thing that flows out or forth; emanation …   English World dictionary

  • effluence — n. 1 a flowing out (of light, electricity, etc.). 2 that which flows out. Etymology: F effluence or med.L effluentia f. L effluere efflux flow out (as EX (1), fluere flow) …   Useful english dictionary


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