recursus
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recursus N  a running back, going back, return, retreat
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: recurro V:PTC:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
recurro, currī, cursum, ere, zurücklaufen, zurückrennen, zurückeilen, eilig zurückkehren, I) eig. u. übtr.: a) eig., von Pers.: r. rursum od. rursus ad alqm, Plaut. u. Auct. b. Hisp.: r. ad alqm, Cic. u.a.: ad raedam, Cic.: in Tusculanum, Cic.: in arcem, Liv.: rure, Hor. – (show full text)
recursus, ūs, m. (recurro), der Rücklauf, die Rückfahrt, der Rückzug, die Rückkehr, I) eig.: a) von Pers., Verg., Liv. u.a.: naves habiles ad impetus et recursus flexusque capiendos, Flor.: fortuna si det recursus in Hesperiam, Lucan. – b) vom Wasser usw., Ov. u. Plin.: maris cursus alterni et (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
recurro, rĕcurro, curri (recucurrit, only Paul. Nol. Carm. 27, 99), 3, v. n., to run back, hasten back (class.). Lit.: ego ad anum recurro rursum, Plaut. Cist. 2, 3, 50; cf.: recurrit rursus ad Hispalim Caesar, Auct. B. Hisp. 40 fin.: ad me, Cic. Att. 2, 11, (show full text)
recursus, rĕcursus, ūs, m. id.. Lit., a running back, going back, return, retreat, etc. (not ante-Aug.; and in the poets mostly in the plur.; in the sing., Ov. M. 11, 454): inde alios ineunt cursus aliosque recursus, Verg. A. 5, 583: ut recursus pateret, Liv. 26, 42 (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
recurro rĕcurrō, currī, cursum, ĕre, intr., courir en arrière, 1 revenir en courant, revenir vite : ad me Cic. Att. 2, 11, 1, revenir vers moi en toute hâte, cf. Cic. Mil. 29 ; naturam expellas furca, tamen usque recurret Hor. Ep. (show full text)
recursus rĕcursŭs, ūs, m. (recurro), 1 retour en courant, course rétrograde : Virg. En. 5, 583 || possibilité de revenir, retour : Liv. 26, 42, 10 || chemin pour revenir, chemin du retour : Plin. 36, 85 2 [fig.] retour : Cels. Med. (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
recurro re–curro, (cu)curri, cursum, ere 1) бежать назад, спешить обратно, возвращаться (ad aliquem C etc.; in arcem L; hiems recurrit O); перен. опять приходить, т. е. вновь предлагать (r. ad easdem condiciones Cs): memoriae r. PJ вспомниться; 2) совершать круговорот (sol recurrens V): tempore certo (show full text)
recursus recursus, us m [recurro] 1) обратная поездка, обратный путь (in Hesperiam Lcn); попятное движение, возвращение: alios inire cursus aliosque recursus V бегать то туда, то обратно; 2) возврат (ad pristinum ordinem VM): maris r. Sen морской отлив; 3) юр. обжалование CJ.
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
RECURRO, (RECURRERE) vox practica, quae de iis dicitur, qui primorum aestimatorum relatione parum contenti, alios postulant, qui maturius judicent. Hinc secundi aestimatores Experts Recusaires appellantur. Processus ann. 1459. ex Regesto Columba Camerae Comput. Provinciae: Cum post inthimationem habeant decem dies ad Recurrendum, si voluerint.
RECURRO,² (RECURRERE) Abire, veteri Interpreti S. Irenaei lib. 1. cap. 19. ult. edit. n. 2. ubi haec verba Daniel. 12. 9: Ἀπότρεχε Δανιήλ, vertit Recurre Daniel.
RECURRO,³ (RECURRERE) Recursus, voces monetariorum, de quarum vi sequentia excerpsimus ex adversariis Magni Peirescii: Il y a cette difference entre Recours et remede, que le Recours est une permission de foiblage sur le poids de l'espéce: et le remede est une autre permission sur le poids de marc. Et (show full text)
RECURSUS, Justi monetae ponderis accessio vel imminutio, Constitutionibus regiis permissa, qua fit ut nummi ejusdem speciei alii aliis sint magis minusve ponderosi. Ordinatio Humberti II. ann. 1340. tom. 2. Histor. Dalphin. pag. 416. col. 1: Fiant singuli grossi praedicti, ad Remedium ligae unius grani magis vel minus, et ad (show full text)
RECURSUS,⁴ Perfugium, refugium, Gall. Recours. Epistola Monachorum Grandimont. ad Innocentium III. PP. ann. circiter 1215. apud Marten. tom. 1. Anecdot. col. 847: Si enim nobis deficis, non est alius qui adjuvet, nec scimus alium apud quem post te credamus aliquem invenire Recursum. Vetus Ceremoniale MS. B. M. Deauratae: Illis (show full text)
RECURSUS,⁷ Recursum Habere, Gall. Avoir recours, Operam cujuspiam adhibere. Tract. MS. de Re milit. et mach. bellic. cap. 97: A Ruberto desideratur adquirere rocham positam super montem, et est hoc dificile. Rubertus habebat Recursum ad fossatores, qui fodant dictam montaniam aut montem.
RECURSUS,⁶ Provocatio ad superiorem judicem. Lit. ann. 1369. tom. 5. Ordinat. reg. Franc. pag. 397: Eosdem consules atque universitatem et habitatiores et singulares ejusdem (Villae-novae in Ruthenesio) tanquam recurrentes per viam appellationis et Recursus, etc.
RECURSUS,² Tabularium S. Andreae Viennensis: Notum sit... dedisse... hoc est cymiterium et totum decimum, et oblationes, et primitias, et pascua similiter donasse bestiis Monachorum in silvis et in plano, totum Recursum in silva lignorum et pastionum porcorum in eadem silva sine lucro. Notitia de fundatione Theoloci ann. 1130. inter (show full text)
RECURSUS,³ vox forensis, vulgo Retrait lignager. Consuetudines Bellaici, ex Regesto Inculismensi Camerae Computor. Paris. fol. 39. v°: De domibus aut rebus aliis... si habeant vendi, quocumque modo possideantur, si quis fuerit de genere venditoris, primo loco habeat Recursum ad res illas, et poterit eas retinere, etc.
RECURSUS,⁵ Nostris Recours, Praes, cautio, sponsor; unde Avoir recours, Sponsorem appellare. Statuta Collegii Montisacuti ann. 1402. apud Lobinell. tom. 5. Histor. Paris. pag. 681. col. 1: Item si aliqua utensilia communia aut bona collegii perdantur, omnes praesentes restituent collegio; sed forsan habere poterunt Recursum ad famulum communem, saltem (show full text)