luce
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
2 S PRES IMP ACT
luceo V  to be light, be clear, shine, beam, glow, glitter
VOC S M
lucus N  a sacred grove, consecrated wood, park surrounding a temple
light (old for lux): cum primo lucu, at daybreak
ABL S F | ABL S M
lux N  light, brightness
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: lux N:abl
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
lūceo, lūxī, ēre (lux), I) intr. licht-, hell sein, leuchten, A) im allg.: stella lucet, Cic.: luceat igne rogus, Ov.: virgatis lucent sagulis, Verg.: lucet in ore rubor, Ov.: lucent oculi, Ov. – v. Tage, en umquam lucebit in orbe ille dies, quo etc.? Sil. 16, 91: lucente (show full text)
lūcus,¹ ī, m. (zu luceo, eigentl. die Lichtung, die lichte Stelle des Waldes), I) der einer Gottheit geheiligte Wald, der Hain, Cic., Liv. u.a.: sacer lucus, Solin. – poet. = Wald übh., Verg., georg. 2, 122 u.a. – II) als nom. propr., Lucus, (show full text)
lūcus,² Abl. ū, m. = lux, das Licht, cum primo lucu, mit Anbruch des Tages, Ter. adelph. 841 Donat. (Bentley, Fleckeisen, Umpfenbach luci). – noctu lucuque, Varro LL. 5, 99 nach Müllers Vermutung (Spengel noctulucus).
lūx, lūcis, f. (zu Wz. leuk, luk, griech. λευκός, ahd. liocht), das in der Natur verbreitete Licht, die ausgeströmte Lichtmasse, das Sonnenlicht, I) eig. u. übtr.: A) eig.: 1) im allg.: solis, Cic.: lux aestiva, das Sommerlicht, Verg.: diurna, das Tageslicht, Lucr. 6, 848: brumalis, Winterlicht, Winterzeit, (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
luce, lūcĕ, abl. adv., by day, etc.; v. lux, I. 2. b.
luceo, lūcĕo, xi, 2, v. n. Sanscr. ruk, to be bright; Gr. λύχνος, λευκός, ἀμφιλύκη ; Lat. lux, lumen, lucidus, luna; O. H.-Germ. liŏht; Germ. Licht; cf. also illustris, to be light or clear, to shine, beam, glitter (syn.: splendeo, fulgeo). Lit.: (lumen) Nihilo minus ipsi lucet, (show full text)
Lucus, Lūcus, i, m. 1. lucus, the name of several cities in Gaul and Spain, of which the most important was Lucus, a city of the Vocontii, also called Lucus Augusti, now Lucim, Tac. H. 1, 66; Plin. 3, 4, 5, § 37.
lucus, lūcus, i, m. luceo, the shining, i. e. open place in the wood, a wood, grove, or thicket of trees sacred to a deity. Lit.: Silani lucus extra murumst est avius crebro salicto oppletus, Plaut. Aul. 4, 6, 8: lucus est arborum multitudo cum religione, nemus (show full text)
lucus,³ lūcus, ūs, m., i. q. lux, light: cum primo lucu, at daybreak, Ter. Ad. 5, 3, 56 (dub.; Fleck. and Ussing, luci): noctu lucuque, Varr. L. L. 5, 19, § 99 Müll. (ex conj.; al. noctulucus).
lux, lux, lūcis (adverb. abl. luce, luci, and lucu, and in these old forms also used as m.; v. infra; in Plaut. lux is usually m.; Brix ad Plaut. Capt. 5, 4, 11), f. luceo, light. Lit. In gen., (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
luce lūcĕ, abl. de lux.
luceo lūcĕō, lūxī, lūcēre (lux), intr., 1 luire, briller, éclairer [en parl. des astres, du jour, etc.] : Cic. Rep. 6, 16 ; Tib. 1, 1, 6 ; Ov. H. 11, 104 || apparaître, naître [le jour] : Sil. 16, 91 ; (show full text)
lucus,¹ 1 lūcus, ī, m., bois sacré : Cic. Mil. 85 ; Quint. 10, 1, 88 || bois [poét.] : Virg. G. 2, 122 ; En. 11, 456.
Lucus,² 2 Lūcus, ī, m., nom de plus. villes ; nott dans la Viennaise [auj. Luc-en-Diois, Drôme] : Plin. 3, 37 ; Lucus Augusti Tac. H. 1, 66, même ville.
lux lūx, lūcis, f., 1 lumière : solis Cic. Div. 1, 6, lumière du soleil ; lychnorum Cic. Cæl. 67, lumière des lampes ; aliquid luce clarius Cic. Tusc. 1, 90, une chose plus claire que le jour || éclat, clarté, brillant [des pierres (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
luce luce (luci) adv. [lux] днём Pl, C etc.
luceo luceo, luxi, —, ere [lux] 1) быть светлым, светить, светиться (stella lucet C; sol omnibus lucet Ptпогов.); блестеть, сиять, сверкать (oculi lucent O); impers. lucet Pl etc. светло (рассвело): nondum lucebat (quum) C ещё не рассвело (когда); 2) просвечивать, быть видимым, виднеться (show full text)
lux lux, lucis f (редко m) 1) свет, освещение, сияние (solis C etc.; lychnorum C); поэт. светило, светоч (mundi C); 2) блеск, сверкание (ferri St; aenea V; zmaragdi Lcr); 3) ясность, очевидность, широкая гласность, известность (lucem vitare C): proferre или vocare aliquid in lucem (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
LUCUS, Lignum. Sigillum seu Charta Philippi Regis Franc. anno 1072. apud Marten. tom. 1. Ampliss. Collect. col. 489: Brancas etiam de Laia quantum necesse fuerit ad focum monachorum, necnon et mortuum Lucum, etc. Vide Lucellus in, Loculus.
LUX Dei, Dies Dominica. B. de Amoribus in Speculo sacerdot. MS. cap. 7: Luce Dei manda subjectis festa colenda, Morem servando patriae bene notificando. Quaere novam lunam post Nonas Martis, et inde Luce Dei trina celebrare ordine pascha. Pro omni hebdomadis die, in Rein. Vulp. lib. 3. vers. 857: (show full text)
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
lux a) Licht im allgemeinen Sinne des Wortes, synonym mit lumen (←): (nomen lucis) primo quidem est institutum ad significandum id, quod facit manifestationem in sensu visus, postmodum autem extensum est ad significandum omne illud, quod facit manifestationem secundum quamcumque cognitionem. Si ergo accipiatur nomen luminis secundum suam primam (show full text)
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Brigetum Oviedo, St., Spanien (Asturien).
Lucus Asturum Oviedo, St., Spanien (Asturien).
Lucus Asturum s. Brigetum.
Lux dubia San Lucar de Barrameda, St., Spanien (Andalusien).