occursum
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
ACC S M PERF PTC PASS | ACC S N PERF PTC PASS | NOM S N | NOM S N PERF PTC PASS | VOC S N PERF PTC PASS | GEN P M PERF PTC PASS | GEN P N PERF PTC PASS
occurro V  to run up, run to meet, go to meet, meet, fall in with
ACC S M
occursus N  a meeting, falling in with
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: occursus N:acc
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
occurro, currī, cursum, ere (ob u. curro), I) entgegenlaufen, eilig entgegengehen, begegnen, auf jmd. od. etw. stoßen, A) eig. u. übtr.: 1) eig., a) im allg.: alci, Caes.: alci obviam, Liv.: signis, Caes.: eadem figura in litore occurrisse narratur, Plin. ep.: quadrigae inter se occurrentes, einander (show full text)
occursus, ūs, m. (occurro), das Entgegenkommen, das Begegnen, die Begegnung, das Stoßen auf, omnium hominum, der Zulauf, Vell.: philologiae occursibus non interesse, Mart. Cap.: mustelae, Amm.: vacuae occursu hominum viae, Liv.: contractā ex occursu rixā, Vell.: velut numinis occursu obstupefactus, Sen.: occursu (durch das Herbeieilen) satellitum inhiberi, Curt.: (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
occurro occurro (obc-), curri, rarely cucurri (Plaut. Merc. 1, 2, 88; Phaedr. 3, 7, 2), cursum, 3 (archaic perf. occecurri, like memordi, peposci, Aelius Tubero ap. Gell. 7, 9, 11), v. n., to run up to, run to meet; to go or come up to, to go or (show full text)
occursus, occursus, ūs, m. occurro, a meeting, falling in with (not in Cic. or Cæs.; syn.: obviam itio, occursatio, etc.): vacuis occursu hominum viis, in the streets, where they met nobody, Liv. 5, 41, 5: prohiberi fratrum ejus occursu, Curt. 8, 3, 4; 6, 7, 29; Suet. Tib. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
occurro occurrō, currī, cursum, ĕre (ob et curro), intr. I courir au-devant, 1 aller au-devant, arriver au-devant, rencontrer : alicui venienti Cæs. C. 3, 79, 7, aller au-devant de qqn qui vient ; quibuscumque signis occurrerat se aggregabat Cæs. G. 4, 26, 1, (show full text)
occursus occursŭs, ūs, m. (occuro), action de venir à la rencontre, de se présenter devant, rencontre : Liv. 5, 41, 5 ; Curt. 8, 3, 4 ; Sen. Marc. 18, 2 ; Tac. Ann. 4, 60.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
occurro oc–curro, curri (реже cucurri), cursum, ere 1) бежать, спешить навстречу (alicui Cs, L etc.; o. inter se QC); повстречаться, наткнуться (hostibus L): in ipso aditu occurrit mihi Pt я столкнулся с ним у самого входа; occurrentes Pt встречные (прохожие) || бросаться навстречу, устремляться, нападать (alicui (show full text)
occursus occursus, us m [occurro] 1) стечение, скопление (omnium hominum VP): itinerum occursus et recursus PM извилистые или запутанные ходы (лабиринта); 2) встреча (alicujus occursum vitare T): occursu lenunculorum T повстречавшись с лодками; 3) столкновение, удар (stipitis O).
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
OCCURRO, (OCCURRERE) Ire, pergere, vel convenire, nostris, Se rencontrer en quelque lieu. Occurrere in tempore, in leg. 1. Cod. de Aquaeduct. (11, 43.) Capitularia Caroli M. lib. 7. cap. 20. 34. ex Cod. Eccles. Afric. can. 76.: Placuit ut quotiescumque Concilium congregandum est, Episcopi et Presbyteri, qui neque aetate (show full text)
OCCURSUS, Exactio. Charta Ludovici Pii Imp. in Tabul. Fossatensi fol. 8. v°: Aut ullum censum, vel ullum Occursum, aut ullam redhibitionem ab ipsis accipere aut exactare praesumat. Habetur eadem ferme formula in Charta Pipini Regis Aquitaniae, et Lotharii Imperatoris ann. 840. apud Chiffletium in Historia Trenorchiensi, et aliis apud (show full text)
OCCURSUS,² Officium ecclesiasticum, seu series orationum, psalmorum, hymnorum et caeterarum precationum, quae occurrente quolibet die recitari debet. Acta S. Junian. tom. 3. Aug. pag. 41. col. 2: Nec minus laudes Christo studiosissime decantans lachrymando promebat, per diem septies genuflectens officium sui Occursus explebat. Vide Cursus 2.