moris
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
ABL P F | DAT P F
mora N  a delay, procrastination
a division of Spartan infantry (400 or 700 men)
2 S PRES IND ACT
morior V  to die, expire
ABL P N | DAT P N
morum N  a mulberry
ABL P M | DAT P M
morus ADJ  a mulberry-tree
GEN S M
mos N  a will, way, habit, manner, fashion, caprice, humor
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: mora|morum|morus|mos N:gen
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
mora,¹ ae, f., I) der Verzug, die Verzögerung, der Aufschub, der Aufenthalt, A) im allg.: moram alci rei inferre od. afferre od. facere, Cic.: moram alci rei offerre od. inicere, Liv.: moram exigere, Vell.: dare moram parvulam, Iuven.: nec mora nec requies interdatur fluendi, Lucr.: moram interponere, (show full text)
mora,² ae, f. (µόρα), eine Abteilung des spartanischen Heeres, die aus vierhundert, fünfhundert, siebenhundert, ja neunhundert Mann bestand, eine More, Nep. Iph. 2, 3.
morior, mortuus sum, moritūrus, morī (wie mors von Wz. mor), sterben, I) eig., v. lebenden Wesen, sterben, v. Tieren auch = verrecken, krepieren, bes. vom Bilde = verenden, ii qui iam sunt mortui (Ggstz. ii qui vivunt), Cic.: moriendum est mihi, Sen. rhet.: cum mori coepisset, (show full text)
mōrum, ī, n. (µῶρον u. µόρον), I) die Maulbeere, Plin. 15, 96 sq. Verg. ecl. 6, 22. Hor. sat. 2, 4, 22. Ov. met. 4, 127. Edict. Diocl. 6, 77. – II) die Brombeere, Plin. 24, 117. Ov. met. 1, 105.
mōrus,¹ a, um (µῶρος), närrisch, albern, more moro, Plaut. Men. 571 Schoell: subst., ein Narr, eine Närrin, mores mori et morosi, Plaut. – morus es, Plaut.: ego stulta et mora, Plaut.
mōrus,² ī, f. (morum) = µορέα, der Maulbeerbaum, Plin. 16, 74. Ov. met. 4, 90.
mōs, mōris, m. (vgl. µῶµαι, µῶσθαι), der Wille eines Menschen, I) der Eigenwille, Eigensinn, alieno more od. ex more alīus vivere, Ter.: oboediens fuit mori patris, Plaut.: dominae pervincere mores, den Eigensinn, Prop. – morem alcī gerere, den Willen tun, zu Willen sein, willfahren, Cic. u.a.: morem gerere (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
mora, mŏra, ae, f. Sanscr. smar, remember; Gr. root μερ-, μαρ-· μέρμηρα, μέριμνα, care; μάρτυρ, witness; cf. memor, memoria; perh. μέλλειν, a delay. Lit. In gen.: tarditas sententiarum, moraque rerum, Cic. Fam. 10, 22, 2: mora et sustentatio, id. Inv. 2, 49, 146: (show full text)
mora,² mŏra, ae, f., the fish echeneis, Plin. 32, 1, 1, § 6 (al. remora).
mora,³ mŏra, ae, f., = μόρα, a division of the Spartan army, consisting of three, five, or seven hundred men: moram Lacedaemoniorum intercepit, the Spartan army, Nep. Iphicr. 2, 3 (but in Cic. Tusc. 2, 16, 37, the best reading is agmen, v. Klotz ad h. l.).
morior, mŏrĭor, mortŭus, 3 (fut. part. moriturus, a, um, Cic. Arch. 12, 30; id. Div. 2, 25, 54; 2, 47, 99; Liv. 21, 12, 4; Verg. A. 4, 308; id. ib. 2, 511 et saep.; old forms acc. to the fourth conj.: si vivimu' sive morīmur, Enn. ap. (show full text)
morum, mōrum, i, n., = μῶρον and μόρον, a mulberry; a blackberry: nigra mora, Hor. S. 2, 4, 22; cf. Plin. 15, 24, 27, § 96: in duris haerentia mora rubetis, Ov. M. 1, 105; cf. Plin. 24, 13, 73, § 117.
morus, mōrus, a, um, adj., = μωρός, foolish, silly (Plautin.). Adj.: amor mores hominum moros et morosos facit, Plaut. Trin. 3, 2, 43: ut hoc utimur more moro molestoque, id. Men. 4, 2, 1. Subst. mōrus, i, m., a fool, simpleton: morus es, Plaut. (show full text)
morus,² mōrus, i, f., = μῶρα or μορέα, a mulberry-tree: arbor ibi, niveis uberrima pomis, Ardua morus erat, Ov. M. 4, 89; cf. Plin. 16, 18, 30, § 74.
mos, mos, mōris, m. etym. dub.; perh. root ma-, measure; cf.: maturus, matutinus; prop., a measuring or guiding rule of life; hence, manner, custom, way, usage, practice, fashion, wont, as determined not by the laws, but by men's will and pleasure, humor, self-will, caprice (class.; cf.: consuetudo, usus). (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
mora,¹ 1 mŏra, æ, f., 1 délai, retard, retardement : ut aliquid esset moræ Cic. Verr. 2, 4, 142, pour gagner du temps ; moram supplicio quærere Cic. Verr. 2, 5, 165, chercher à retarder le supplice ; supplicii aliquam parvam moram adferre Cic. (show full text)
mora,² 2 mŏra, æ, f., more, corps de troupes chez les Lacédémoniens : Nep. Iph. 2, 3.
morior mŏrĭor, mortŭus sum, mŏrī, 1 mourir : fame Cic. Att. 6, 1, 6, mourir de faim ; a latronibus, cruditate Cic. Fam. 15, 17, 2, mourir sous les coups des voleurs, d'une indigestion ; moriuntur non alter ab altero, sed uterque a patre (show full text)
moris,¹ 1 mōrĭs, gén. de mos.
moris,² 2 mōrīs, dat. abl. pl. de morum.
morum mōrum, ī, n. (μόρον), mûre, fruit du mûrier : Virg. B. 6, 22 ; Plin. 15, 96 || mûre sauvage : Ov. M. 1, 105.
morus,¹ 1 mōrus, a, um (μωρός), fou, extravagant : Pl. Trin. 669 ; Men. 571.
morus,² 2 mōrus, ī, f. (cf. μόρον), mûrier [arbre] : Ov. M. 4, 90 ; Plin. 16, 74.
mos mōs, mōris, m., 1 volonté de qqn, désir, caprice : ex alicujus more, alieno more vivere Ter. Haut. 203 ; Andr. 152, vivre à la guise d'un autre ; obœdiens mori atque imperiis patris Pl. Bacch. 459, obéissant à la volonté et aux ordres de (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
morior morior, mortuus sum, mori (part. fut. moriturus) depon. [mors] 1) умирать (fame C, Pt; ex vulnere L): m. morte sua Sen умереть естественной смертью; m. repentino C скоропостижно скончаться; moriar (si) C формула клятвы пусть я умру (если), т. е. клянусь жизнью (что); sine metu (show full text)
morum morum, i n (греч.) 1) тутовая ягода V, PM; 2) ежевика O.
mos mos, moris m 1) нрав, обыкновение, обычай: de more V согласно обычаю, но тж. Pt не без основания; fieri moribus Ter становиться обычаем, входить в традицию; venire (vertere) in morem L войти в обычай; ut moris est Ap как принято; praeter Ter (supra V; contra (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
MORA, Erica. Statuta Roberti III. Regis Scotiae cap. 11: Non fiat combustio Morum, sive bruarii, nisi in Martii, etc. Ubi Skenaeus: Nostrates muirburne vocant. Erica enim heat or hedder in suo ericeto incenditur, quae brevi reviviscens, teneris agnis pascendis matura inservit. Fleta lib. 2. cap. 71. § 7: Item (show full text)
MORA,⁴ Mansio, habitatio, Gall. Logement. Mandatum ann. 1314. apud Rymer. tom. 3. pag. 476: Et ei cameram infra dictum castrum competentem, pro Mora sua assignari. Aliud ann. 1360. apud eumdem tom. 6. col. 173: Magnam turrim nostram Londoniae (in qua Moram adversarii nostri Franciae, de assensu Consilii nostri, certis (show full text)
MORA,⁶ Sagum. Dief.
MORA,² Morus; Locus palustris, aquaticus, palus, stagnum, Gall. Marais, Anglis Moore, Flandris Moer, et Moeren. Hinc dictos Morinos plerique censent, populos Galliae, scilicet ad Oceanum Britannicum, quod palustres regiones incolerent, ut sunt Flandrenses, quos peculiari vocabulo, Morinos vocat Otbertus Abbas Gemblacensis lib. de Miracul. S. Veroni cap. 2. Chartul. (show full text)
MORA,³ vox Italica, Columna structilis, Gall. Pile. Chron. Parmense ad ann. 1279. apud Murator. tom. 9. col. 793: Cuilibet ex pontibus de Galeria et dominae Giliae facta fuit una Mora seu pila per Commune Parmae. Ibid. ad ann. 1287. col. 813: Incoeptus fuit pons Salariorum, et factae sunt ibi (show full text)
MORA,⁵ pro Morum, Gall. Mûre. Miracula B. Ambrosii Senens. tom. 3. Martii pag. 206: Et brachium erat nigrum in modum Morae. Alias Meuron. Lit. remiss. ann. 1390. in Reg. 139. Chartoph. reg. ch. 19: Qui donrroit à menger ou à boire à une personne du jus ou du noir (show full text)
MORUS, f. Morosus, in Charta Alfonsi Reg. Aragon. Vide Mais.
MORUS,² Locus palustris. Vide Mora 2.
MOS, Pensitatio, quae ex more praestatur, cujus initium ignoratur et a quo inducta. Charta ann. 1235. in Chartul. Cluniac.: Jocerannus Grossus, Branceduni dominus,... concedo quitationem, quam Stephanus dominus Calvimontis fecit monachis Cluniacensibus de Bernardo des Pomiers, quem ipse Stephanus quitavit ab omnibus, exceptis Moribus usis in villa de la (show full text)
MOS,² Gall. Mors. .... Pro uno capsali et I. Mos pro brida... (T. 22, p. 380. Arch. Histor. de la Gironde).
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
mos a) Gewohnheit, Gepflogenheit: quandoque enim (mos) significat consuetudinem, th. I. II. 58. 1 c; (mos) uno modo idem est, quod consuetudo, 3 sent. 23. 1. 4. 2 c; vgl. cg. IV. 2. b) Sitte im weitern Sinne des Wortes, Naturell: quandoque vero (mos) significat inclinationem quandam naturalem vel (show full text)