instantia
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
ABL S F | NOM S F | VOC S F
instantia N  an impendence, approach
ACC P N PRES PTC ACT | NOM P N PRES PTC ACT | VOC P N PRES PTC ACT
insto V  to stand upon, take a position
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: instans ADJ
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
īnstāns, antis, PAdi. (v. insto), I) = ενεστώς, was eingetreten ist, gegenwärtig, tempus (Ggstz. tempus praeteritum u. tempus consequens), Cornif. rhet. u. Quint. – subst., īnstāns, antis, n., im Augenblick Eintretendes, unmittelbar Bevorstehendes, Gegenwärtiges (Ggstz. futurum), Cic.: u. so Plur. īnstantia, ium, n. (Ggstz. praeterita, futura, (show full text)
īnstantia, ae, f. (insto), eig. das Auf-dem-Nacken- Sein: dah. I) übtr., die Gegenwart, unmittelbare Nähe, Cic. de fato 27: instantia atque imminentia fraudis, Nigid. bei Gell. 9, 12, 6. – II) übtr.: a) die Emsigkeit, der anhaltende Fleiß, Plin. ep. 3, 5, 18: Ggstz. tarditas, Solin. (show full text)
īnsto, stitī, stātūrus, āre, intr. u. tr., I) auf od. über etwas stehen, saxo in globoso, Pacuv. tr. 367: übtr., cuius rei simulacrum et imago ante oculos semper nobis versatur et instat, vor Au. schwebt u. steht, Lucr. 2, 113: m. Acc., rectam instas viam, (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
instans, instans, P. a., v. insto fin.
instantia, instantĭa, ae, f. insto. Lit., a being near or close upon, hence presence: futura quorum consequenti tempore vera erit instantia, ea vera dicimus, Cic. Fat. 12, 27 B. and K.: infestus dicitur ab instantia atque imminentia fraudis, the immediate and threatening character of the injury, Nigid. (show full text)
insto, insto, stĭti, stātum (e. g. instaturum, Liv. 10, 36, 3: instaturos, Front. Strat. 2, 6, 10 al.), 1, v. n., to stand in or upon a thing (class.). Lit. In gen., constr. with dat., in and abl., or acc. With dat.: jugis, Verg. A. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
instans īnstāns, tis, 1 part. prés. de insto 2 adjt, a) présent : Cic. Tusc. 4, 11 ; de Or. 2, 105 || [gramm.] tempus instans Quint. 5, 10, 42, le présent ; b) pressant, menaçant : Nep. Paus. 3, 5 ; -tior (show full text)
instantia īnstantĭa, æ, f. (instans), 1 [fig.] imminence, proximité, présence : Nigid. d. Gell. 9, 12, 6 ; Cic. Fato 27 2 application assidue (constante) : Plin. Min. Ep. 3, 5, 18 ; Sol. 2, 46 || allure pressante [du style], (show full text)
insto īnstō, stĭtī, stātūrus, āre, intr. et tr. I intr. : 1 se tenir sur ou au-dessus de : saxo in globoso Pacuv. 367, être debout sur un globe de pierre ; jugis Virg. En. 11, 529, se tenir sur les hauteurs || vestigiis (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
insto in–sto, stiti, —, are (part. fut. act. instaturus) 1) стоять (in aliqua re Pac etc.; semper ante oculos Lcr): i. rectam viam Pl быть на верном пути (быть правым); 2) находиться в непосредственной близости (Varus instat cum tribus legionibus Cs); quod instat V теперешнее (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
INSTANS, Momentum, temporis punctum, Gall. Instant, apud Lobinellum tom. 2. Histor. Britan. col. 1604.
INSTANS,² vox forensis, Appellans, vel qui causam instat seu prosequitur. Charta querelarum Cluniac. mon. adversus comit. Cabilon. ann. 1270. ex Bibl. S. Germ. Prat.: Defuncto Guillelmo comite, successit filius ejus Guillelmus comes pater Instantis comitissae.... Postmodum ultima infirmitate detentus filiam suam comitissam Instantem coram se mandavit. Hinc Instancier, Causam (show full text)
INSTANTIA, Contentio, efflagitatio, Gallis, Instance. Bartholomaei Annal. Genuens. ad ann. 1239. apud Murator. tom. 6. col. 482: Postmodum dictus Potestas ad Instantiam Domini Petri de Guercio et Bonaventurae nuntiorum domini Papae... remisit banna data praedictis civibus Januae. Occurrit hac notione apud Ludewig. tom. 5. pag. 429. Acher. tom. 8. (show full text)
INSTANTIA,² Argumentum. Acta Inquisit. Carcass. MSS. ann. 1308. fol. 4. v°: Dicti haeretici... dicebant, quod Deus non fecerat carnem humanam, nec faciebat florere nec granare, ponentes Instantiam dicti haeretici et dicentes, quod si homo poneret granum bladi super lapides, non nasceretur; sed istud venit ex putredine terrae.
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
instans augenblicklich, Augenblick, synonym mit nunc (←): non est proportio instantis ad tempus, quia instans non est pars temporis, 1 cael. 12 r; vgl. 3 cael. 4 d; quidam dixerunt, motum localem angeli esse in instanti, th. I. 53. 3 c; inter quaelibet duo instantia esse tempus medium, ib. (show full text)
instantia a) Anstand, Einwendung: ferendo instantiam, per quam ostenditur defectus in forma syllogizandi, 1 anal. 22 e; vgl. th. I. 14. 13 ad 3; 29. 4 c; 52. 3 c; cg. I. 13; 8 phys. 9 g. Als Arten der instantia gehören hierher: 1. instantia propria (2 cael. 22 (show full text)