firma
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
2 S PRES IMP ACT
firmo V  to make firm, strengthen, fortify, sustain
ABL S F | NOM S F | VOC S F | ACC P N | NOM P N | VOC P N
firmus ADJ  strong, steadfast, stable, enduring, powerful
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: firmus ADJ
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
fīrmo, āvī, ātum, āre (firmus), festmachen, befestigen, I) eig.: a) im allg.: saepibus fossas, Plin.: proxima aestuaria aggeribus et pontibus, Tac.: donec ex toto maxillam callus firmavit, Cels.: f. alvum solutam, wieder hart machen, Cels. – b) befestigen, verwahren, verstärken, sichern, decken, urbem colonis, Cic.: Alexandriam pace praesidiisque, (show full text)
fīrmus, a, um (viell. verwandt mit fere, ferme, frētus), fest, derb, stark, I) eig.: ramus, Caes.: robora (Bohlen), Verg.: catena, Ov.: muri firmiores, Eutr.: m. Dat. (zu), ut area firma templis ac porticibus sustinendis esset, Liv. – II) übtr.: 1) physisch stark, tüchtig, kräftig, widerstandsfähig, poples, Ov.: vox, (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
firmo, firmo, āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. firmus, to make firm or fast, to strengthen, fortify, support (freq. and class.). Lit.: lacertos, Lucr. 6, 397: corpora juvenum firmari labore voluerunt, Cic. Tusc. 2, 15, 36: corpora cibo, Liv. 27, 13 fin.: vexatos milites quiete, Curt. 9, 10: (show full text)
firmus, firmus, a, um, adj. Sanscr. dhar-, dharā-mi, hold, support; Gr. θρᾶ-, θρή-σασθαι, to sit down, θρῆνυς, θρόνος ; cf.: frētus, frēnum, firm (in opp. to frail, destructible), steadfast, stable, strong, powerful (freq. and class.; esp. in the trop. sense; syn.: constans, stabilis, solidus). Lit.: nos (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
Firma Firma, f., v. Firmus || Firma Augusta, v. Astigi : Plin. 3, 12.
firmo firmō, āvī, ātum, āre (firmus), tr., 1 faire ou rendre ferme, solide [pr. et fig.] : corpora juvenum firmari labore voluerunt Cic. Tusc. 2, 36, ils voulurent que le corps des jeunes gens fût fortifié par l'exercice ; æstuaria aggeribus et pontibus firmat Tac. Ann. (show full text)
firmus,¹ 1 firmus, a, um, 1 solide, résistant, ferme : firmi rami Cæs. G. 7, 73, 2, branches résistantes ; area firma templis sustinendis Liv. 2, 5, 4, terrain assez solide pour supporter des temples || firmus et valens Cic. Fam. 16, 8, 1, (show full text)
Firmus,² 2 Firmus, ī, m., -ma, æ, f., nom d'homme, nom de femme : CIL 11, 1834. modif. mdw
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
firmo firmo, avi, atum, are [firmus] 1) делать сильным, крепким, тж. закалять, укреплять (vires V; corpus labore C): firmata aetas C, V зрелый возраст || воен. укреплять, усиливать, защищать, прикрывать (locum munitionibus Cs; aciem subsidiis L); 2) подкреплять, поддерживать, ободрять (animum C etc.): f. aliquem (show full text)
firmus firmus, a, um 1) крепкий, прочный (vinculum O; muri Eutr; amicitia QC): ex aequo jus firmum Pt непреложный закон взаимности; 2) сильный, мощный, могучий (exercitus, populus Cs; civitas Cs etc.): f. ad aliquam rem Cs сильный в чём-л.; f. ab aliqua re C сильный (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
FIRMA, Juramentum, sacramentum, nostris Affirmation. Proprie vero Firma, est Sacramentum quod petens seu actor facit in jure de bona conscientia, suaeque causae bonitate, unde Firma juris appellatur a Practicis Hispanis: Jurisconsultis, Juramentum calumniae. Consuetudines Catalaniae inter dominos et vassallos MSS. cap. 49: Natura feudi est, quod ille, pro (show full text)
FIRMA,⁴ Vestis muliebris. Vide Aspergo.
FIRMA,² Scriptoribus Anglicis, Convivium, coena, et omnis denique mensae apparatus, exponitur: voce a Saxonico feorm, vel feorme, victus, coena, cibarium, prandium; unde feormian, cibum praebere, convivio excipere. Henricus Huntindonensis lib. 6. pag. 367: Tosti igitur furibunde discedens a Rege et a fratre suo, perrexit ad Hereford, ubi frater suus (show full text)
FIRMA,³ Praedium seu villa alteri elocata ad certum tempus, sub praestatione annua vel annonaria, vel rerum ad victum necessariarum, vel denique pecuniaria. Hinc datio ad Firmam, pro contractu, quo sub annuo reditu fundi ad aliquot annos possidendi dantur. S. Anselmus lib. 3. Epist. 100: Ecclesias vero non do laicis, (show full text)
FIRMA,⁵ Vectigal, tributum, exactio. Pactum inter Alan. vicecom. de Rohan et ejus senescal. ann. 1255. ex Tabul. Blein.: Allocatus noster potest capere vadia competentia pro suo servitio Firmarum et taliarum. Lit. ann. 1370. tom. 5. Ordinat. reg. Franc. pag. 348: Dominus rex... ordinavit quod electi super facto subsidiorum... compelli (show full text)
FIRMO, (FIRMARE) Securitatem dare vel per se, vel per fidejussores. Annales Franc. Loisselliani ann. 757: Sic et ejus homines majores natu, qui cum eo erant, Firmaverunt. Breviarium Hist. Pisanae apud Murator. tom. 6. col. 168: Anno 1075. in Festivitate S. Sixti Pisani ceperunt Almadiam civitatem et Firminum Regem, qui (show full text)
FIRMO,⁷ (FIRMARE) Despondere, Gall. Fiancer. Charta circ. 1100. in Tabular. S. Victoris Massil.: Cum eo firmiter locutus est usquequo mulieres fuerunt Firmatae. Post haec venit dies constitutus ut acciperent suas uxores, etc. Fermer, eadem notione, in Lit. remiss. ann. 1451. ex Reg. 181. Chartoph. reg. ch. 69: Icellui Louvel (show full text)
FIRMO,⁶ (FIRMARE) Gallis Fermer. Caesarius lib. 4. cap. 75: Pixidem ei clausam, sed non Firmatam porrexit. Ubi observandum aliud esse claudere, apud Firmare. Est enim firmare, seram vel firmaculum obdere. Hinc in Vita B. Alcuini saec. 4. Bened. part. 1. pag. 157: Firmans itaque ostium sera abiit. Vita B. (show full text)
FIRMO,³ (FIRMARE) Munire. Litterae ann. 1224. in Histor. Mediani Monast. pag. 313: Dux mihi licentiam concessit Altampetram refirmare, vel castrum alibi in terra mea ubicumque voluero Firmare. Charta anni 1312. apud Kennet. in Antiq. Ambrosden. pag. 363: Licentiam dedimus.... quod ipse mansum suum.... muro de petra et calce Firmare (show full text)
FIRMO,⁵ (FIRMARE) Elocare, ad firmam concedere. Nequaquam, idem quippe quod Firmare 6. Sera occludere. Statuta Humberti Bellijoci ann. 1233. tom. 9. Spicileg. Acher. pag. 184: Nemo pro debito quod debet, de indumento, quod indutum habet, potest vadiari, nec de ostio domus suae potest vadiari, nec domus Firmari pro debito. (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)
firma firma v. firmus, syrma
firmo 2. firmo v. fimo
firmo 1. firmo 1. script.: frem- (err.) |AndrBrOrig 336| 1 a stabilire, corroborare, fulcire, firmum, tutum reddere – upevnit, zpevnit, posílit, podpořit, zesílit, zabezpečit (též přeneseně): quando ethera f-abat sursum (gl.: stwrzowassie swrchu; (show full text)
firmus firmus 3. a solidus, stabilis, durus – silný, pevný, tvrdý b valens, validus, sanus – silný, statný, zdravý c constans, immutabilis, durans, verus, ratus – stálý, neměnný, trvalý, pravý, právoplatný (show full text)
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Firma Fermo, St., Ital. (Ascoli Piceno).
Firma Augusta Ecija, St., Spanien (Andalus).