Augusti
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
GEN S M | GEN S N | NOM P M | VOC P M
augustus ADJ  consecrated, sacred, reverend
Augustus N  a cognomen given to Octavius Caesar as emperor, his majesty
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: Augustus N:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
augustus,¹ a, um, Adi. m. Compar. u. Superl. (augeo), I) geheiligt, heilig, bes. v. Örtlichkeiten, ara consecrata in loco augusto, Cic.: templum augustum, augustissimum (hochheiliger), Liv.: Eleusis sancta illa et augusta, Cic.; vgl. ex hoc igitur Platonis quasi quodam sancto augustoque fonte nostra omnis manabit oratio, Cic.: (show full text)
Augustus,² ī, m., der Heilige, Unverletzliche (griech. σεβαστός), Beiname des Cäsar Oktavianus, den ihm der Senat i. J. 27 v. Chr. erteilte, Suet. Aug. 7, 2. Flor. 4, 12, 66: wegen seines Glückes sprichw., Augusto felicior, Traiano melior, Eutr. 8, 5. – (show full text)
Augustus,³ a, um, a) augustisch, des Augustus, pax, Ov.: domus, Ov.: mensis, der Monat August, dem Augustus zu Ehren so genannt (früher mensis Sextilis), Iuven.: so auch Kalendae, Nonae, Idus Augustae, des Monats August, Col. u. Mart. – b) kaiserlich, aula, Mart.: historia, Kaisergeschichte, Vopisc.
augustus,¹ a, um, Adi. m. Compar. u. Superl. (augeo), I) geheiligt, heilig, bes. v. Örtlichkeiten, ara consecrata in loco augusto, Cic.: templum augustum, augustissimum (hochheiliger), Liv.: Eleusis sancta illa et augusta, Cic.; vgl. ex hoc igitur Platonis quasi quodam sancto augustoque fonte nostra omnis manabit oratio, Cic.: (show full text)
Augustus,² ī, m., der Heilige, Unverletzliche (griech. σεβαστός), Beiname des Cäsar Oktavianus, den ihm der Senat i. J. 27 v. Chr. erteilte, Suet. Aug. 7, 2. Flor. 4, 12, 66: wegen seines Glückes sprichw., Augusto felicior, Traiano melior, Eutr. 8, 5. – (show full text)
Augustus,³ a, um, a) augustisch, des Augustus, pax, Ov.: domus, Ov.: mensis, der Monat August, dem Augustus zu Ehren so genannt (früher mensis Sextilis), Iuven.: so auch Kalendae, Nonae, Idus Augustae, des Monats August, Col. u. Mart. – b) kaiserlich, aula, Mart.: historia, Kaisergeschichte, Vopisc.
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
augustus, augustus, a, um, adj. from augeo, as angustus from ango; v. augeo, originally belonging to the language of religion, majestic, august, venerable, worthy of honor (class. in prose and poetry; in Cic. mostly in connection with sanctus; never in Plaut., Ter., Lucr, or Hor.; syn.: magnus, venerabilis, (show full text)
Augustus, Augustus, i, m. 1 augustus. A surname of Octavius Cœsar after he attained to undivided authority (acc. to Ov F 1, 590, after the year of Rome 727, Id. Jan.), and, after him, of all the Roman emperors; equivalent to Majesty or Imperial Majesty (cf. Suet. (show full text)
augustus, augustus, a, um, adj. from augeo, as angustus from ango; v. augeo, originally belonging to the language of religion, majestic, august, venerable, worthy of honor (class. in prose and poetry; in Cic. mostly in connection with sanctus; never in Plaut., Ter., Lucr, or Hor.; syn.: magnus, venerabilis, (show full text)
Augustus, Augustus, i, m. 1 augustus. A surname of Octavius Cœsar after he attained to undivided authority (acc. to Ov F 1, 590, after the year of Rome 727, Id. Jan.), and, after him, of all the Roman emperors; equivalent to Majesty or Imperial Majesty (cf. Suet. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
augustus,¹ 1 augustus, a, um, saint, consacré : augustissimum templum Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 186, temple très saint || majestueux, vénérable, auguste : Cic. Nat. 1, 119 ; Tusc. 5, 37 ; species viri augustioris Liv. 8, 6, 9, la forme d'un homme plus majestueux.
Augustus,² 2 Augustus, ī, m., 1 surnom d'Octave : Hor. O. 2, 9, 19 ; Ep. 1, 3, 2, etc. 2 titre des empereurs : Ov. M. 15, 860 ; Vell. 2, 91, 1 ; Sen. Clem. 1, 14, 2.
Augustus,³ 3 Augustus, a, um, d'Auguste : Ov. M. 15, 869 ; P. 1, 2, 117 ; Plin. 15, 129 || mois d'août : Suet. Aug. 31 ; Macr. Sat. 1, 12, 35 ; Juv. 3, 9 ; Plin. (show full text)
augustus,¹ 1 augustus, a, um, saint, consacré : augustissimum templum Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 186, temple très saint || majestueux, vénérable, auguste : Cic. Nat. 1, 119 ; Tusc. 5, 37 ; species viri augustioris Liv. 8, 6, 9, la forme d'un homme plus majestueux.
Augustus,² 2 Augustus, ī, m., 1 surnom d'Octave : Hor. O. 2, 9, 19 ; Ep. 1, 3, 2, etc. 2 titre des empereurs : Ov. M. 15, 860 ; Vell. 2, 91, 1 ; Sen. Clem. 1, 14, 2.
Augustus,³ 3 Augustus, a, um, d'Auguste : Ov. M. 15, 869 ; P. 1, 2, 117 ; Plin. 15, 129 || mois d'août : Suet. Aug. 31 ; Macr. Sat. 1, 12, 35 ; Juv. 3, 9 ; Plin. (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
AUGUSTUS, Charta Communiae Incrensis ann. 1158. ex Tabulario Incrensi pag. 71: Concessum est etiam, ut omnes homines de Communia suum habeant Martium apud villam a Purificatione S. Mariae Candel. usque ad medium Aprilem, et a festivitate S. Joannis Baptistae suum similem habeat Augustum usque ad festivitatem omnium Sanctorum. Et (show full text)
AUGUSTUS,⁴ Praestatio ex messibus. Charta Ivonis episc. Carnot. ann. 1114. ex Tabul. ejusd. episcopat.: Confirmamus etiam eis (monachis Tiron.) annuale modium avenae, in festo S. Joannis Evangelistae, eis per majorem de Garzeia super vaaria et territorio, nomine de Vastina, de bastagio et parte Augusti annuatim exsolvendum.
AUGUSTUS,² Quidquid frumenti, etc. rustici lucrantur in colligendis messibus eorum, quibus serviunt, aut a quibus conducuntur. Vox nota agricolis nostris. Tabularium Fontanellense tom. 1. pag. 10: Ego Ricardus Anglicus famulus Domini Abbatis et Conventus S. Vandregesili vendidi et concessi Rothaisiae nepoti meae et Eliae Amiot sponso suo... totam servitutem (show full text)
AUGUSTUS,³ Monetae species apud Gallos ex Joachimo Vadiano, cujus testimonium videsis in Augustarius.
AUGUSTUS,⁵ pro Auctus, Gall. Augmenté. Liber censuum eccl. Rom.: Abbacia de Kaellio unum aureum, vel duos solidos sterlingorum. Sed sciendum est quod census xiij. anno pontificatus dom. Innocentii PP. III. Augustus est et mutatus in unam marcham sterlingorum, ecclesiae Romanae annis singulis persolvendam. Contra vero nostri Acroissans, pro Auguste, (show full text)
AUGUSTUS, Charta Communiae Incrensis ann. 1158. ex Tabulario Incrensi pag. 71: Concessum est etiam, ut omnes homines de Communia suum habeant Martium apud villam a Purificatione S. Mariae Candel. usque ad medium Aprilem, et a festivitate S. Joannis Baptistae suum similem habeat Augustum usque ad festivitatem omnium Sanctorum. Et (show full text)
AUGUSTUS,⁴ Praestatio ex messibus. Charta Ivonis episc. Carnot. ann. 1114. ex Tabul. ejusd. episcopat.: Confirmamus etiam eis (monachis Tiron.) annuale modium avenae, in festo S. Joannis Evangelistae, eis per majorem de Garzeia super vaaria et territorio, nomine de Vastina, de bastagio et parte Augusti annuatim exsolvendum.
AUGUSTUS,² Quidquid frumenti, etc. rustici lucrantur in colligendis messibus eorum, quibus serviunt, aut a quibus conducuntur. Vox nota agricolis nostris. Tabularium Fontanellense tom. 1. pag. 10: Ego Ricardus Anglicus famulus Domini Abbatis et Conventus S. Vandregesili vendidi et concessi Rothaisiae nepoti meae et Eliae Amiot sponso suo... totam servitutem (show full text)
AUGUSTUS,³ Monetae species apud Gallos ex Joachimo Vadiano, cujus testimonium videsis in Augustarius.
AUGUSTUS,⁵ pro Auctus, Gall. Augmenté. Liber censuum eccl. Rom.: Abbacia de Kaellio unum aureum, vel duos solidos sterlingorum. Sed sciendum est quod census xiij. anno pontificatus dom. Innocentii PP. III. Augustus est et mutatus in unam marcham sterlingorum, ecclesiae Romanae annis singulis persolvendam. Contra vero nostri Acroissans, pro Auguste, (show full text)
Latinitatis medii aevi lexicon Bohemorum (thanks to the Centre for Classical Studies at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (www.ics.cas.cz/en)) (2017)
Augustus 1. Augustus (semper Augustus), -i, m. 1 cognomen imperatorum Romanorum – přídomek římských císařů, „po všechny časy rozmnožitel říše“: imperator A-us (vetus vers.: ciesař...římský, vždycky přispořitel ) |PulkChron 55b|; cesar, si vult esse A-us (gl.: rozmnozitel ) |UK (show full text)
Augustus 2. Augustus 3. a ad Octavianum Augustum pertinens, spec. mensis Augustus – Augustův, zvl. Augustův měsíc, srpen b ad imperatorem pertinens – císařský + subst. (ad a): mensis, qui ante Octaviani tempora sextilis appellabatur (show full text)
Augustus 1. Augustus (semper Augustus), -i, m. 1 cognomen imperatorum Romanorum – přídomek římských císařů, „po všechny časy rozmnožitel říše“: imperator A-us (vetus vers.: ciesař...římský, vždycky přispořitel ) |PulkChron 55b|; cesar, si vult esse A-us (gl.: rozmnozitel ) |UK (show full text)
Augustus 2. Augustus 3. a ad Octavianum Augustum pertinens, spec. mensis Augustus – Augustův, zvl. Augustův měsíc, srpen b ad imperatorem pertinens – císařský + subst. (ad a): mensis, qui ante Octaviani tempora sextilis appellabatur (show full text)
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Augusta Nemetum 1. s. Nemetis. --- 2. Saint-Flour, St., Frankreich (Cantal).
Augustus s. Augusta 2.
Hammonia 1. s. Hama. --- 2. Hamburg, freie St. ;
Leona 1. Lyon, St., Frankr. (Rhône); --- 2. s. S. Pauli Leonensis fan. --- 3. s. Leones.
Augusti lucus Lugo, St., Spanien (Galicien).
Augusti vicus Kairuan (Kairvan), St., Afrika (Tunis).
Augusta Nemetum 1. s. Nemetis. --- 2. Saint-Flour, St., Frankreich (Cantal).
Augustus s. Augusta 2.
Hammonia 1. s. Hama. --- 2. Hamburg, freie St. ;
Leona 1. Lyon, St., Frankr. (Rhône); --- 2. s. S. Pauli Leonensis fan. --- 3. s. Leones.