quadrans
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quadro V  to make square, put in order, arrange, complete
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: quadrans N:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
quadrāns, antis, Genet. Plur. antum, m. (quadro), der vierte Teil, das Viertel eines röm. as, d.i. eines zwölfteiligen Ganzen, I) im allg.: operae, Colum.: diei noctisque, Plin.: einer Schuldenmasse, creditoribus quadrantem solvi, Vell. 2, 23, 2: der Erbschaft, Plin. ep.: heres ex quadrante, Suet. u. ICt. – (show full text)
quadro, āvī, ātum, āre (quadrus), I) tr. viereckig machen, -zurichten, -zuhauen, A) eig.: abies atque populus ad unguem quadrantur, Colum. 11, 2, 13. – B) übtr., einer Sache ein Ebenmaß geben, sie gehörig schließen, -abschließen, quadrandae orationis industria, das Bestreben, die Rede rhythmisch abzuschließen, Cic. or. (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
quadrans, quādrans, antis (gen. plur. quadrantūm, Front. Aquaed. 24), m. quattuor. A fourth part, a fourth, a quarter: operae, Col. 2, 4, 8: diei noctisque, Plin. 18, 25, 57, § 207. In partic. A fourth part, a fourth of a whole: creditoribus quadrantem solvi, (show full text)
quadro, quādro, āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. and n. quadrus. Act., to make four-cornered, to square, make square: abies atque populus ad unguem quadrantur, Col. 11, 2, 13: lapides, Vulg. 3 Reg. 5, 17. Transf., to put in proper order, to join properly together, (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
quadrans quădrāns, antis (gén. pl. antum), m. (quadro), 1 la quatrième partie, le quart : diei noctisque Plin. 18, 207, le quart de la journée et de la nuit ; heres ex quadrante Suet. Cæs. 83, héritier pour un quart de la succession 2 [pièce de (show full text)
quadro quădrō, āvī, ātum, āre (quadrus), 1 tr : a) équarrir : Col. Rust. 12, 2, 13 ; b) faire le carré, compléter de manière à former le carré ; [d'où] parfaire : orationem Cic. Or. 197, parfaire la phrase ; acervum Hor. Ep. (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
quadrans quadrans, antis (gen. pl. um) m [quadro] 1) четвёртая часть, четверть (diei noctisque PM): heres ex quadrante Su etc. наследник, получающий четвёртую долю; 2) квадрант, четверть асса (= 3 унциям = 81,86 г) PM, H, Sen etc.; 3) четверть секстария (= 0,137 л) (show full text)
quadro quadro, avi, atum, are [quadrum] 1) делать четырёхугольным, т. е. подгонять, прилаживать (ad unguem Col); 2) приводить в порядок, (ритмически) отделывать (orationem C): q. acervum H дополнить кучу, т. е. округлить сумму; 3) годиться, подходить: et hoc et illoc q. Pt годиться и (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
QUADRANS, Monetae minutioris species apud Anglos, pars quarta denarii. Matthaeus Westmon. ann. 1279: Quia denarius findi in duas partes pro obolis, et in quatuor partes pro Quadrantibus consuevit: ordinatum fuit ad tollendam occasionem defalcationis monetae, quod rotundi essent denarii, oboli et Quadrantes. Adde Walsinghamum ann. 1280. Knyghtonem pag. 2678. (show full text)
QUADRANS,² Quarta pars ferae, Gall. Quartier. Charta ann. 1516: Liceat de qualibet fera bestia, quando capitur ad fudam, Quadrantem sive unum carterium. , Vide Gotefr. Argent. poema Tristan, vers. 2802. et 3308.
QUADRO, (QUADRARE) Obtingere, obvenire, Gall. Echeoir. Charta fundat. abbat. Aquilar. ann. 832. inter Probat. tom. 1. Annal. Praemonst. col. 105: Dedit de sua haereditate a parte hujus regulae, id est, in pegna de Aranda sua portione, quae illi Quadravit inter suos germanos et inter tota sua gente.
QUADRO, Quarta pars anni, trimestre tempus solvendae pecuniae praefinitum. Charta ann. 1296. ex Chartoph. reg.: Centum quinquaginta libras Turonensium percipiendas.... quater in anno per Quadrones seu quatuor solutiones, quibus usitatum est solvi domino nostro regi. Vide infra Quartero 2.