centesimo
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ABL S M | ABL S N | DAT S M | DAT S N
centesimus ADJ  the hundredth
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: centum ADJ:NUM
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
centēsimo, āvī, āre (centesimus), den hundertsten Mann herausnehmen, zentesimieren, Capit. Macrin. 12, 2.
centēsimus, a, um, num. ordin. (centum), der hundertste, pars, Plaut.: lux ab interitu, Cic.: portio, Plin.: legis unum et c. caput, Paragraph 101, Cic. – als t. t. der Landw. v. hundertsten Korn als Ertrag, ex eodem semine redire cum centesimo (v. Bohnen), Varr.: (ex uno grano) (show full text)
Centum Cellae, ārum, f., ein Hafenort Etruriens mit einer Villa Trajans, j. Civita Vecchia, Plin. ep. 6, 31, 1. Rut. Nam. 1. 237.
centum, indecl. num. card. (altind. çatá-m, griech. εκατόν), hundert, I) eig.: c. milia, Laber. com. fr.: c. milia modiûm, Cic.: c. dies, c. anni, Cic.: intra centum annorum spatium, Liv.: ratis longa pedes centum, Liv.: centum capita, eine auch eryngium gen. Pflanze, Plin. 1. ind. lib. 22 u. (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
centesimo, centēsĭmo, āre, v. a. centesimus, to take out every hundredth for punishment, to centesimate: milites, Capitol. Macr. 12.
centesimus, centēsĭmus, a, um, num. ordin. [centum], the hundredth: pars, Plaut. Mil. 3, 1, 166: lux ab interitu Clodii, Cic. Mil. 35, 98 al. Subst.: centēsĭma, ae, f. (sc. pars), the hundredth part of a thing, as a revenue, tax, a percentage: rerum venalium, Tac. A. 1, (show full text)
Centum -geminus, Centum -gĕmĭnus, a, um, adj., a hundreafoid, poet. epithet of the hundredarmed Briareus, Verg. A. 6, 287 Serv.; cf. Macr. S. 5, 14, 8; and of the hundred-gated Thebes, Val. Fl. 6, 118.
centum capita, centum căpĭta, a plant, also called erynginm, Plin. 22, 8, 9, § 20.—Also cen-tum căput, Plin. 1, epit. 22, n. 9.
Centum Cellae Centum Cellae or Centumcellae, ārum, f., a seaport town in Etruria, now Civita Vecchia, Plin. Ep. 6, 31, 1.
centum, centum, indecl. num. [Sanscr. catam; Gr. ἑ-κα-τόν ; Goth. hund]. A hundred: dies, Cic. Mil. 22, 60: et septem anni, id. Sen. 5, 13. Poet., for an indefinite, large number: mihi si linguae centum sint, oraque centum, Verg. G. 2, 43: centum clavibus servata, Hor. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
centesimo centēsĭmō, āvī, āre (centesimus), tr., punir un homme sur cent : Capit. Macr. 12, 2.
centesimus centēsĭmus, a, um (centum), 1 centième : centesima lux Cic. Mil. 98, le centième jour 2 centuple : secale nascitur cum centesimo grano Plin. 18, 141, le seigle rapporte cent pour un || cum centesimo, au centuple : Varro R. 1, 44 ; (show full text)
centum centŭm, indécl., cent || [fig.] un grand nombre : Cæcuba servata centum clavibus Hor. O. 2, 14, 26, Cécubes gardés sous des centaines de clefs ; cf. Pl. Ps. 678 ; Trin. 388 ; Cic. Verr. 2, 2, 27 ; Ac. 2, 85.
centum capita centum căpīta, um, n., Plin. 22, 20, panicaut, chardon roulant.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
centesimo centesimo, avi, —, are наказывать или казнить каждого сотого человека Capit.
centesimus centesimus, a, um adj. num. ord. [centum] сотый (pars Pl): legis unum et centesimum caput C параграф 101 закона; nasci cum centesimo grano PM давать урожай сам-сот.
centum centum indecl. num. card. 1) сто (c. anni C; c. annorum spatium L); 2) гиперболически множество: c. puer artium H мальчик, обученный множеству наук.
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CENTESIMO, (CENTESIMARE) Centesimum quemque punire, tollere. Jul. Capitolin. in Macrino cap. 12: Milites saepius decumavit, aliquando etiam Centesimavit; quod verbum proprium ipsius est, quum se clementem diceret, quando eos Centesimaret, qui digni essent decimatione.
CENTUM, Zona pellicia Veneris, quae legitimas nuptias ligat. Papias MS. Bituric. Vide, Cesta. Conf. Forcell. in Cinctus, subst.
CENTUM,² Modus agri, nostris etiam Cent, idem quod Centuria 1. Vide in hac voce. Charta ann. 1374. in Reg. 105. Chartoph. reg. ch. 265: In parrochia de Blandaing tria bonneria et unum Centum terrae in pluribus petiis. Pactum inter Phil. V. reg. Franc. et episc. Tornac. ann. 1320. in (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)
centesimus centesimus 3. script. et form.: -tis- (cf. ThLL III 817,40) |IohMarign 603a|; -ss- |KNM XIII D 8 f.101vb|; -tenss- |ArchPr| num. ordinale a ,centum‘ derivatum – stý: sit sty c-us |ClarVoc 619|.
centum 1. centum num. cardinale indecl. form.: declinatur: c-o (abl. sg.) |(1464) LibCit IV 353|; c-is (abl. pl.) |(1466) TabMorO 440a|; c-a (acc. pl.) |ib. 441a| ἑκατόν – sto: c-m sto |ClarVoc 595| (show full text)
centum 2.*centum, -i, n. pondus centum librarum – váha sta liber, centnýř: pro duobus c-is pulveris |(1468) FontM 210|. Cf. centenarium s. v. centenarius.
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Centum Cento, St., Ital. (Ferrara).