maxime
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magnus ADV  
maximus ADV  large, great, big, high, tall, long, broad, extensive, spacious
maxime ADV  in the highest degree, most particularly, especially, exceedingly, altogether, very
multus ADV  many, a great number
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: magnus|maximus ADJ:SUP
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
māgnus, a, um (altind. mahánt-, griech. µέγας, gotisch mikils, ahd. mihhil), Compar. māior, us, Superl. māximus (māxumus), a, um, groß (Ggstz. parvus, parvulus, exiguus, minutus, minusculus), I) eig.: 1) von räuml. Größe, a) groß = weit, hoch, lang, insula, Cic.: mare (vgl. no. b), Sall.: maximum flumen, Curt. (show full text)
māximē (māxumē), Adv., s. magis.
māximus,¹ (māxumus), a, um, s. magnus.
Māximus,² s. Fabius. – Plur. Maximi, Männer wie Maximus, Cic. de or. 2, 110 u. 290; Pis. 58.
multus, a, um, Compar. plūs, plūris (subst.), Plur. plūrēs, n. plūra, selten plūria (adi. u. subst.), Superl. plürimus, a, um, viel, I) eig.: A) von der Menge, viel, zahlreich (Ggstz. paucus), 1) einzelner Gegenstände, verba, Cic.: viri, Cic.: multae pecuniae alienae, Cic.: multorum annorum tyrannis, Nep., laetitia, Cic., (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
magnus, magnus, a, um (archaic gen. magnai for magnae: magnai reipublicai gratia, Plaut. Mil. 2, 1, 23), adj.; comp. mājor, us; sup. maxĭmus (maxŭm-), a, um root magh-; Sanscr. mahat, mabā, great; Gr. μέγας ; cf. μείζων for μεγιων ; cf. μῆχος, majestas; also cf. root (show full text)
Magnus, Magnus, i, m., a Roman surname, e. g. Cn. Pompeius Magnus; v. Pompeius.
maxime maxĭmē (maxŭmē), adv., v. magnus fin.
maximus maxĭmus (maxŭm-), a, um, v. magnus.
multus multus (old form moltus), a, um; comp. plus; sup. plurimus (v. at the end of this art.), adj. etym. dub., much, great, many, of things corporeal and incorporeal. Posit. In gen.: multi mortales, Cato ap. Gell. 10, 3, 17: multi suam rem bene (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
magnus,¹ 1 magnus, a, um, comp. major, sup. maximus 1 grand : magna domus Cic. Nat. 2, 17, grande, vaste maison ; epistula maxima Cic. Q. 3, 1, 11, la plus grande lettre ; magnus homo Lucil. d. Varro L. 7, 32, (show full text)
Magnus,² 2 Magnus, ī, m., surnom de Pompée ; d'Alexandre.
maxime maxĭmē (-ŭmē), adv., sup. de magis. I très grandement, très, ou le plus : 1 res maxime necessaria Cic. Læl. 86, la chose la plus nécessaire ; carus maxime Cic. Sest. 6, très cher || puer ad annos maxime natus octo (show full text)
maximus,¹ 1 maxĭmus (arch. maxumus), superl. de magnus, v. ce mot.
Maximus,² 2 Maxĭmus, ī, m., surnom romain, nott de Q. Fabius, surnommé aussi Cunctator ; pl. Maximi Cic. de Or. 2, 110 ; Sest. 143, les hommes comme Fabius Maximus.
multus multus, a, um, 1 nombreux, en grand nombre, beaucoup de : multæ et magnæ contentiones Cic. Phil. 2, 7, beaucoup de graves débats ; multi et graves dolores Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 119, beaucoup de douleurs cruelles ; multæ liberæ civitates Cic. Verr. (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
magnus magnus, a, um (compar. major, us, superl. maximus, a, um = арх. maxumus) 1) большой, крупный (insula C; epistula C; mare Sl; oppidum Cs; magna negotia magnis adjutoribus egent VP; ascendere a minoribus ad majora C); просторный, обширный (domus C); высокий (quercus Enn; acervus (show full text)
maxime maxime (арх. maxume) [maximus] 1) больше всего (m. omnium belli avidus L); в высшей степени, чрезвычайно, совершенно, вполне, весьма (dignus Ter; fidus, necessarius C): quam m. C как можно (больше); quum m. C именно (как раз) теперь (тогда); nunc quum m. C теперь в особенности (show full text)
multus multus, a, um (compar. plus, pluris, pl. plures, plura, редко pluria; superl. plurimus, a, um) 1) многочисленный (anni, proelia C; terra multarum urbium et montium C; multi homines C и multi hominum PM): multi amici mei C многие мои друзья (из моих друзей); minime multi (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
MAGNUS, interdum usurpatur Latinis inferioris aevi pro eo, qui statura proceriori et altiori est, ut nostris, Grand. Hinc Ludovicus Rex Franciae, qui vulgo Longus dicitur, semper Magnus cognominatur in veteribus Chartis. Chronicon Monasterii de Fontanis cap. 2: Lambertus quidam Miles Flandrensis, qui dicebatur Magnus respectu cujusdam socii, qui dicebatur (show full text)
MAGNUS,² Vir auctoritate gravis. Concilium Pisanum tom. 6. Spicil. Acher. pag. 266: Praeterea est testimonium Magnorum dicentium quod per totum mensem Augusti, etc.
MAGNUS,³ f. pro Manus. Acta Episcop. Cenoman. cap. 36. apud Mabill. tom. 3. Analect. pag. 345: Guido tamen jugiter pium et liberalem circa suos Canonicos amorem exhibebat et honorem. Nullus enim eorum remanserat, quem non ipse vel ecclesiastica dignitate sublimasset, aut cui Magnum, aut chlamydem variam, seu renonem grisium (show full text)
MULTUS, Molitus, Gall. Moulu. Charta ann. 1331. in Reg. 66. Chartoph. reg. ch. 527: Ad quae pondera dicti molinerii seu dicta molendina gubernantes blada molenda et farinam Multam apparere et ponderare haberent.
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
magnus, a, um (vgl. maior) groß, der Gegensatz zu parvus (←): ponebat magnum et parvum principia, 1 phys. 8 a; vgl. ib. 11 l; 3 phys. 6 e; 4 phys. 14 k; 7 phys. 8 q; 8 phys. 15 f; 1 sent. 19. 3. 1 ad 2. Zu mundus (show full text)
multus, a, um a) viel in absolutem Sinne des Wortes, d. i. viel nicht im Vergleich zu etwas Anderm, der Gegensatz zu singularis (← sub a) und unus (←): multum accipitur multipliciter. Uno modo absolute, et sic opponitur uni, th. I. 11. 2 ad 3; vgl. pot. 9. 7 (show full text)
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
magnus ducat eh. Ghgt., Toscana, Ital.
Magnus lacus s. Helveticus lc.
Magnus lacus, d. Vierwaldstättersee, Schweiz.
Magnus portus 1. Portsmouth, St., England (Southampton). --- 2. Coruña, St., Spanien (Galicien). --- 3. Arzew-le-Port, St., Afrika (Algier).
Maximus Saint-Mayme, D., Frankr. (Dordogne).