abominatus


abominatus
ăbōmĭnātus, a, um part. passé de abominor. [st2]1 [-] qui a maudit. [st2]2 [-] sens passif maudit, détesté.
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ăbōmĭnātus, a, um part. passé de abominor. [st2]1 [-] qui a maudit. [st2]2 [-] sens passif maudit, détesté.
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    Parentibus abominatus Annibal. Horat. Detesté.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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  • Abominated — Abominate A*bom i*nate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abhor, to curse; ab + omen a foreboding. See {Omen}.] To turn from as ill omened; to hate in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Abominating — Abominate A*bom i*nate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abhor, to curse; ab + omen a foreboding. See {Omen}.] To turn from as ill omened; to hate in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • abominate — transitive verb ( nated; nating) Etymology: Latin abominatus, past participle of abominari, literally, to deprecate as an ill omen, from ab + omin , omen omen Date: 1628 to hate or loathe intensely ; abhor Synonyms: see hate • …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • abominer — [ abɔmine ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • XIIe; lat. abominari ♦ Littér. Avoir en horreur. ⇒ abhorrer, détester, exécrer. ● abominer verbe transitif (latin abominari) Avoir en horreur ; abhorrer, exécrer : Abominer les hypocrites, la violence. ●… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ANNIBAL — I. ANNIBAL Carthaginensium Dux, Amilcaris fil. quem adhuc impuberem iureiurandô ante aras pater astrinxisle fertur, ut quam primum per aetatem liceret, arma contra Romanos sumeret. Sil. Ital. l. 1. v. 104. Olli permulcens genitor caput, oscula… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • abominate — (v.) 1640s, back formation from abomination or from L. abominatus, pp. of abominari (see ABOMINATION (Cf. abomination)). Related: Abominated; abominating …   Etymology dictionary

  • abominate — a•bom•i•nate [[t]əˈbɒm əˌneɪt[/t]] v. t. nat•ed, nat•ing 1) to regard with intense aversion or loathing; abhor 2) to feel distaste for; dislike • Etymology: 1840–50; < L abōminātus loathed, ptp. of abōminārī. See abominable, ate I a•bom′i•na… …   From formal English to slang

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