CONSULE
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
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consul N  a consul
2 S PRES IMP ACT
consulo V  to meet and consider, reflect, deliberate, take counsel, consult, take care, have regard, look out, be mindful
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: consul N:abl
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
cōnsul, sulis, m. (arch. consol, Corp. inscr. Lat. 1, 30. 32. 40 u. ö. od. cosol, Corp. inscr. Lat. 1, 31; v. CONS-o, wov. auch consulo; also der Befrager des Volks od. Senates), der Konsul, im Plur. cōnsulēs, die Konsuln (Sing. abgekürzt COS., Plur. COSS.), I) (show full text)
cōnsulo, suluī, sultum, ere (vgl. cōnsul, cōnsilium), I) zu Rate gehen, Rat pflegen, beratschlagen, sich beraten, überlegen, a) im allg.: α) ganz absol. (s. Fabri Sall. Cat. 51, 4. Drak. u. Fabri Liv. 21, 16, 2), od. m. Ang. was? = worüber? durch allg. od. homogenen Acc., (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
consul consul (in the oldest inscrr. CONSOL, COSOL; abbrev. COS., also in plur. COSS., not before the time of the emperors), ŭlis, m. prob. from root sal- of salio; Sanscr. sar-, go; hence also exsul, praesul, v. Corss. Ausspr. II. p. 71, a consul, one of the two (show full text)
consulo, consŭlo, lŭi, ltum, 3, v. n. and a. [from con and root sal-; cf. consul and consilium]. To consider, reflect, deliberate, take counsel, reflect upon, consult. Neutr. In gen. Absol.: quid nunc? etiam consulis? do you still deliberate, i. e. hesitate? Plaut. Trin. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
consul cōnsŭl, ŭlis, m., 1 consul : Mario consule Cic. Arch. 5, sous le consulat de Marius ; a Crasso consule et Scævola usque ad Paulum et Marcellum consules Cic. Br. 328, du consulat de Crassus et de Scævola jusqu'à celui de Paulus et de Marcellus (show full text)
consulo cōnsŭlō, sŭluī, sultum, ĕre, I intr., 1 délibérer ensemble ou délibérer avec soi-même, se consulter, réfléchir : Pl. Mil. 219 ; Rud. 1036, etc. ; Ter. Ad. 982, etc. ; Sall. C. 1, 6 || de aliquo, de aliqua re, sur (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
consul consul, is m 1) консул, глава Римской республики (ежегодно центуристными комициями избирались на один год два консула — до 367 г. до н. э. тк. из патрициев, а затем тж. из плебеев): c. ordinarius L etc. консул, избранный в начале года ( (show full text)
consulo consulo, sului, sultum, ere [ср. consul, consilium] 1) совещаться, обсуждать, рассуждать (de salute publica C): c. in medium V (in commune Ter, in publicum PJ) совещаться о делах общественных (государственных); re consulta C по обсуждении вопроса; 2) принимать меры, действовать: c. ad summam rerum (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CONSUL, et Consulatus, quid sit in hoc Fredegarii Chronici loco, cap. 110. video inter eruditos controverti: Eo etenim tempore bis a Roma sede S. Petri Apostoli, beatus Papa Gregorius claves venerandi sepulcri, cum vinculis S. Petri, et muneribus magnis et infinitis, legatione, (quod antea nullis auditum aut visum (show full text)
CONSUL,⁴ Consules etiam dicuntur, qui in emporiis, seu portubus maris mercatorum jura ac merces tuentur. Charta Jacobi Regis Aragon ann. 1268. pro Barcinonensib.: Concedimus et donamus integram licentiam et potestatem vobis... ponere et eligere Consulem, vel Consules, quem et quos volueritis, in partibus ultramarinis, et in terra de Romania, (show full text)
CONSUL,² Comes, Bracton. lib. 1. de Rer. divis. cap. 8. § 2: Comites a Comitatu, sive a societate nomen sumpserunt, qui etiam dici possunt Consules, a consulendo: Reges enim tales sibi associant ad consulendum et regendum populum Dei, etc. Leges Edwardi Confess. cap. 2: Quod modo vocatur Comitatus, olim (show full text)
CONSUL,³ Consules in civitatibus, qui in aliis vulgo Scabini vocantur, quorum dignitas antiqua. Ausonius in Urbibus: Diligo Burdigalam, Romam colo, civis in illa, Consul in ambabus, cunae hic, ibi sella curulis, etc. Recte Valesius in Valesianis pag. 130. et seq. adnotat, hunc locum a Cangio nostro non satis intellectum (show full text)
CONSUL,⁵ Consiliarius, qui est a consiliis. Inventar. Chart. reg. ann. 1482. fol. 121: Rege Parisii in sua domo S. Pauli existente, pluribus praelatis, baronibus et aliis magnatibus Consulibusque suis comitato, et aliis magnis personis, etc. Extract. ex comitiis Turon. habitis ann. 1483: Respondit (D. Borbonius) quod nequaquam nos ad (show full text)
CONSULO, (CONSULARE) Consilium dare, Gall. Conseiller. Charta Guid. episc. Claromont. ann. 1281. in Reg. 73. Chartoph. reg. ch. 1: Consulare possunt illis, qui erunt de parentela sua quod pacem faciant, non tanquam consules, sed tanquam privatae personae. Vide infra Consulere.
CONSULO, (CONSULERE) Consilium dare, suadere, Gall. Conseiller. Acta B. Amadei tom. 2. Aug. pag. 579. col. 2: Quae cum vocata esset Romae comparere coram tunc SS. Papa, et ipsa ire dubitaret, Consulta ab eodem patre Amadaeo fuit, ut iret. Vide supra Consulare.
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)
consul consul, -is, m. script.: -ssulles |(1411) ArchPr 2078 f.35r|; -sales (err. ed.) |NicCos 10| 1 nomen summorum magistratuum Romanorum – konzul, název nejvyšších římských úředníků + 2 a (show full text)
consulo consulo, -ere, -sului, -sultum form.: -sul (imp.) |HusSanct 133| a deliberare, consilium habere, constituere – rozvažovat, radit se, ustanovit b consilium dare, providere, curare – dávat radu, starat se, pečovat: ipsi sue (show full text)