concordia
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concordia N  an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: concordia N:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
concordia,¹ ae, f. (concors), die Einherzigkeit (vgl. unser ein Herz und eine Seele), deutsch die Einträchtigkeit, Eintracht, das gute Einvernehmen (Ggstz. discordia, dissensio), I) eig.: patris patruique perpetua vitae c., Liv.: c. Caesaris et Pompeii, Val. Max.: omnium ordinum, Lentul. in Cic. ep. – c. equestris (show full text)
Concordia,² ae, f., I) die Göttin der Eintracht, griech. Ὁµόνοια, die in Rom mehrere (gew. nach bürgerlichen Unruhen geweihte) Heiligtümer hatte, deren ältestes das von Kamillus zwischen dem Kapitol u. dem Forum (368 v. Chr.) gegründete war, das Tiberius u. Livia (9 n. Chr.) erneuerten, (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
concordia, concordĭa, ae, f. concors, an agreeing together, union, harmony, concord (opp. discordia, Sall. J. 10, 6; Sen. Ep. 94, 46; opp. bellum, Lucr. 1, 457; opp. repugnantia, Plin. 29, 4, 17, § 61; freq. and class. in prose and poetry). Of persons: redigere aliquem in antiquam (show full text)
Concordia, Concordĭa, ae, nom. propr. The goddess of Concord, Gr. Ὁμόνοια, to whom several temples were dedicated at Rome, usually after civil strife; the oldest was founded by Camillus, A. U. C. 386, and renewed by Tiberius and Livia, A. U. C. 762, Ov. F. 1, (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
concordia,¹ 1 concordĭa, æ, f. (concors), concorde, accord, entente, harmonie : Pl. Amph. 475 ; 962 ; Cic. Clu. 152 ; Domo 15 ; Phil. 2, 24 ; Fin. 2, 117 ; mediis concordiam copulare Liv. 4, 43, 11, rétablir la concorde par une (show full text)
Concordia,² 2 Concordĭa, æ, f., la Concorde, déesse : Ov. F. 3, 881.
Concordia,³ 3 Concordĭa, æ, f., ville de Vénétie : Plin. 3, 126 || ville de Germanie : Amm. 16, 12, 58 || -Jūlia, f., ville de Lusitanie : Plin. 3, 14 || -ĭēnsēs, ĭum, m., habitants de Concordia : Plin. 4, 118.
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CONCORDIA, pro Foedere vel pacto legitur apud Thomam Madox in Formulari Anglicano pag. 75. Rymerum tom. 4. pag. 396. col. 1. et alibi. Hinc Concordia celata dicitur, si bene conjecto, de ea conventione seu pactione, quam inconsulto judice ineunt litigantes, postquam res in judicium vocata est: quod fieri vetant (show full text)
CONCORDIA,² Eupatorium, argemone. Dief.
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
concordia Eintracht, der Gegensatz zu discordia (←): concordia enim proprie sumpta est ad alterum, inquantum scilicet diversorum cordium voluntates simul in unum consensum conveniunt, th. II. II. 29. 1 c; concordia . . . etiam in (interiori) affectu consistit, sed respectu eorum, quae sunt personae, 9 eth. 5 a; (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)
concordia 1. concordia, -ae, f. 1 consensus, unio – svornost, jednota, shoda: c-a dico ssrownanie |ClarGl 1436|; c-a swornost |VocLact f.F 1rb| + 2 conventio, pactum, reconciliatio – úmluva, dohoda, (soudní) smír: alia, que continebantur in (show full text)
concordia 2.*concordia, -ae, f. [cf. ThLL IV 87,47] Agrimonia Eupatoria L. – řepík lékařský: agrimonia...c-a...starczek, borworcz, helpe, odirmenie |UK VIII H 34 f.90ra|.