absolutam
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ACC S F PERF PTC PASS
absolvo V  to set free, release, discharge:
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: absolutus ADJ
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
absolūtus, a, um, PAdj. m. Comp. u. Superl. (v. absolvo), I) in sich abgeschlossen, vollständig, vollkommen (gew. verb. absolutus et perfectus, perfectus atque absolutus = höchst vollkommen), vita, Cic.: philosophus, Cic.: conversiones (Perioden), Cic.: absolutius os, Quint.: argumentatio absolutissima et perfectissima, Cornif. rhet. 2, 28. – II) (show full text)
absolvo, solvī, solūtum, ere, ablösen, loslösen, losmachen, I) eig.: asinum, Apul.: canem ante tempus, Amm.: valvas, los- od. aufmachen, Apul.: ranis prima (lingua) cohaeret, intima absoluta a gutture, Plin.: absolutus (lapis) segmenti modo, Plin. – II) übtr., losmachen, 1) befreien, a) übh.: se a Fannio iudicio (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
absolutus, absŏlūtus, a, um, P. a., from
absolvo, absolvo, vi, ūtum, 3, v. a., to loosen from, to make loose, set free, detach, untie (usu. trop., the fig. being derived from fetters, qs. a vinculis solvere, like vinculis exsolvere, Plaut. Truc. 3, 4, 10). Lit. (so very rare): canem ante tempus, Amm. 29, 3: (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
absolutus absŏlūtus, a, um, 1 part. de absolvo 2 adjt a) achevé, parfait : Cic. Off. 3, 14 ; de Or. 3, 84 ; Or. 17 ; 182 ; Nat. 2, 34 ; b) complet, qui forme par soi-même un tout : Inv. 1, 17 ; Part. 94 ; (show full text)
absolvo absolvō, solvī, sŏlūtum, ĕre, tr. 1 détacher, délier : Apul. M. 9, 22 ; 11, 16, etc. || dégager : vinclis absoluti Tac. Ann. 12, 37, dégagés de leurs fers ; lingua absoluta a gutture Plin. 11, 172, langue détachée du gosier 2 dégager, (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
absolutus absolūtus, a, um 1. part. pf. к absolvo; 2. adj. 1) законченный, полный (annus PM); 2) доведённый до (достигший) совершенства, совершенный (perfectus atque a. C); 3) независимый, самостоятельный (causa Dig); неограниченный, абсолютный, безусловный (necessitudo C); 4) грам. абсолютный, т. е. употребляемый (show full text)
absolvo ab–solvo, solvī, solūtum, ere 1) отделять (lingua absoluta a gutture PMо лягушках); отвязывать (sc. asinum Ap; canem Amm); отворять (valvas stabuli Ap); 2) освобождать (vinclis Tu и vinculis Pl; domum ex pignoribus Dig); loca nebularum noctibus absoluta Pall места, не знающие ночных (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
ABSOLUTUS, desperatus Gall. Désesperé. Dicitur de aegro cujus morbus deploratur. Vita B. Columbae Reatinae tom. 5. Maii. pag. 392. * C: De quadam scala proruerat; ac fracto capite ac discooperto cerebro, invadente febre, multiplicatisque variolis, Absolutus erat judicio medicorum.
ABSOLUTUS,² Persolutus, Asoul, nostris olim. Lit. ann. 1297. in Lib. rub. Cam. Comput. Paris. fol. 55. r°. col. 2: Desquelz douze vinz et dis livres de Paresiz il se tiennent Asouls et apaié. Assossé vero, pro Absolutus, liber, immunis, Gall. Décharge, exempt, in Ch. ann. 1273, in Suppl. ad (show full text)
ABSOLUTUS,³ Solutus et liber, liber Fidelis, Vasallus uni addictus. Dipl. ann. 1250 in Sande Comm. ad Gelriae Consuet. Feud. Tract. 1. tit. 1, n. 25.: De dicto castro sive domo ero homo suus absolutus quod vulgo Ledigh-man nuncupatur. Schannat. Hist. Episc. Worm. tom. 1. pag. 244: Hartradus de Merenberg (show full text)
ABSOLVO, (ABSOLVERE) Liberum dimittere. Lex Wisigoth. lib. 9. tit. 1. § 2: Si quis alienum servum in fuga lapsum, ferro vinctum, aut in quocumque ligamine constitutum Absolverit. Eugippius in S. Severino: Captivos gratanter Absolveret. Vide Ughellum tom. 7. pag. 977. Cod. 4778: Absolvit, liberat; non moratur; missum facit.
ABSOLVO,⁶ (ABSOLVERE) Permittere, dimittere, Gall. Abandonner. Acta Mss. Inquisit. Carcasson. ann. 1308. fol. 41. r°: Ermengardis concesserat, quod Cuillelmus Yssaura, vir suus, haereticaretur, et ipsum Guillelmum Absolvit ipsis haereticis.
ABSOLVO,² (ABSOLVERE) Interdum mittere, remittere in patriam, domum. Anastas. in Hist. Eccl.: Hunc nos baptizantes, ad propriam Absolvimus regionem. Ubi Theophanes in Cod. Vatic. habet άπεστείλαμεν, in Regio άπελύσαμεν. Agobardus de Bapt. Judaeor.: Post paululum fecistis ut ingrederer, sed nihil audivi, nisi Absolutionem discedendi. Id est, licentiam, facultatem discedendi. (show full text)
ABSOLVO,³ (ABSOLVERE) Donare, dimittere, contradere, in possessionem mittere. Tabularium Conchense in Ruthenis. cap. 91: Eustorgius de Macennago dimisit et Absolvit Sancto savaltori de Conchas.... Ecclesiam de S. Mameto, etc. Tabularium Abb. Belliloci in Lemovicib.: Facta gurpitio ista vel Absolutio in mense Junii, etc. Et ante: Si... aliqua persona contra (show full text)
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
absolutus, a, um a) abgelöst, losgemacht, befreit, synonym mit abstractus und separatus (←): ostendit hominem absolutum, th. III. 84. 3 ad 5; caelo ab omni contrarietate absoluto, cg. II. 70; absolutum, a corpore non dependens, ib. 81; a corporalibus sensibus esse absolutum, ib. III. 47; a cura temporalium absolutos (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)
absolutus absolutus 3. script. et form.: aps- |KNM XII F 16 f.37v|; err. ed.: -utates v. infra 1 (show full text)
absolvo absolvo, -ere, -solvi, -solutum 1 a solvere, liberare, privare – uvolnit, osvobodit, zbavit: ego me aput Deum a-o wyswobozugi |CapPr P 485 f.8rb| b expedire, resolvere, perficere – vykonat, rozřešit, dokončit (show full text)