cantus
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
NOM S M PERF PTC PASS
cano V  to utter melodious notes, make music, sing, sound, play
GEN S M | NOM S M | ACC P M | NOM P M
cantus N  a musical utterance, singing, song
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: cantus N:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
cano, cecinī, cantum, ere (vgl. griech. κανάζω, ich töne, got. hana, Hahn), Töne von sich geben, tönen, I) intr.: A) mit der Stimme, 1) v. Menschen, singen, canere voce, Cic. u. Gell.: canere ad tibicinem, Cic.: simplex canendi ratio, Quint. – (show full text)
cantus,¹ ūs, m. (cano), I) das Singen, der Gesang, levia carmina cantu concelebrare, Lucr. 5, 1378: funera cantu lusuque celebrare, Val. Max. 2, 2, 3. – u. das Besingen, verbosa cantu laudum suarum Graecia, Val. Max. 3, 2, 2. – II) konkr., der Ton, Gesang, die Melodie, (show full text)
cantus,² ī, m., s. canthus.
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
cano, căno, cĕcĭni, cantum (ancient imp. cante = canite, Carm. Sal. ap. Varr. L. L. 7, § 37 Müll.; fut. perf. canerit = cecinerit, Lib. Augur. ap. Fest. s. v. rumentum, p. 270 ib.; perf. canui = cecini, acc. to Serv. ad Verg. G. 2, 384, predominant in (show full text)
cantus, cantus, ūs, m. id., the production of melodious sound, a musical utterance or expression, either with voice or instrument; hence, song, singing, playing, music (while carmen is prop. the contents or substance of the song, etc.; cf.: qui enim cantus moderatā oratione dulcior invenire potest? Quod carmen (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
cano cănō, cĕcĭnī, cantum, canĕre. I intr., 1 [en parl. d'hommes] chanter : canere ad tibicinem Cic. Tusc. 1, 3, chanter avec accompagnement de la flûte ; absurde Cic. Tusc. 2, 12, chanter faux || [diction chantante des orateurs asiatiques] Or. 27 2 [animaux] : (show full text)
cantus,¹ 1 cantŭs, ūs, m. (cano), chant [de l'homme et des oiseaux] : Cic. Cæl. 35 ; Div. 1, 94 || son (accents) d'un instrument : Cic. Mur. 22 ; Verr. 2, 5, 31, Tusc. 1, 4 || enchantement, charme, cérémonie magique : Tib. (show full text)
cantus,² 2 cantus, ī, m., v. canthus.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
cano cano, cecinī, cantum (и cantātum), ere 1) петь (c. voce C, AG; merula canit PM; c. carmina V): c. ad tibicinem C петь в сопровождении флейты; c. more Asiatico C говорить нараспев; 2) кричать (о сове) Vr; кукарекать (о петухе) C, Col; каркать ( (show full text)
cantus cantus, ūs m [cano] 1) пение (hominum, avium C); 2) воспевание, прославление (aliquid cantu celebrare VM); 3) звук или песня, напев, мелодия (tubarum, tibiarum L; tibiae aut fidium C); музыка: nervorum vocumque cantus C струнная и вокальная музыка; cantus movere V запевать; (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CANO, (CANERE) Privatim recitare. Mabill. Liturg. Gall. pag. 416. ex Concilio Nannetensi cap. 19: Pensum servitutis suae Canendo Primam, Tertiam, Sextam, Nonamque persolvat. Ibidem infra ex Remigio Autissiodorensi Monacho: Venit consuetudo in Ecclesia, ut tacite obsecratio atque consecratio a Sacerdote Cantetur, ne verba tam sacra vilescerent. Vide Cantare 2. (show full text)
CANO, Januarius mensis, apud Papiam MS.
CANO,² (CANERE) dicitur de litteris quippiam continentibus et indicantibus qualiter etiamnum dicimus: Que chante ce livre, Quid canit, hoc est, quid complectitur hic liber ? Commentatio Foulcherii Canonici Lemovic. inter Fragm. Hist. Stephanotii tom. 2: Anno 1519. die sabbati 21. Octob. Officiarii regii cum nuntiis venerunt, alias litteras regias (show full text)
CANTUS, Ecclesiasticus, Ambrosianus, Gregorianus, Romanus, Metiscus, Gallicanus. Psalmodia, et Cantus Ecclesiasticus a primis nascentis Christianismi incunabulis obtinuit, quidquid garriat Calvinus, Wiclefi assecla, lib. 3. Instit. cap. 20. § 32. quem sequuntur Centuriatores Magdeburgenses: idque veterum Canonum auctoritate et SS. Patrum, qui primis Ecclesiae saeculis vixerunt, locis non paucis firmarunt (show full text)
CANTUS,⁴ adject. Elmham. in vita Henr. V. reg. Angl. edit. Hearnii cap. 62. pag. 167: Alii quoque subterraneis catharactis... Cantum in villae introitum, si nulla praepedissent obstacula paravere. Ubi legendum f. Cautum.
CANTUS,⁶ pro Canthus. Glossar. vetus ex Cod. reg. 7613: Cantus, ferrum circa rotas vel ligna, vulgo gavile. Cantus, la circumferentia rote, in Glossar. Lat. Ital. Ms. Vide supra Cantes.
CANTUS,² Italis Canto, Latus, angulus, Graecis ϰανθός, Angulus oculi. Hinc emendandum Supplem. Antiquarii, ubi Camtus, pro Cantus. Vetus Charta apud Ughellum tom. 7. Ital. sacr. pag. 393: Et de latitudine de Cantu in Cantum, quantum ipsa plagia continet. Infra: De Cantu in Cantum. Nos diceremus, de coin en coin, (show full text)
CANTUS,³ pro Quantus, qui et pro Quot, in Usibus Culturae Cenom.: Incipiet Cantor officium, Puer natus est, et advocet juxta se de Cantoribus Cantos complacuerit.
CANTUS,⁵ f. idem quod Camallus, humerale, Gall. Camail. Stat. synod. eccl. Aurelian. apud Marten. tom. 7. Ampl. Collect. col. 1274: Districte etiam praecipitur sacerdotibus ut induti albis et stolis intrent synodum, quae celebratur tempore paschali: illam vero, quae celebratur Octobri, in suppelliciis, Cantis et stolis. Sed leg. videtur Cottis. (show full text)
Latinitatis medii aevi lexicon Bohemorum (thanks to the Centre for Classical Studies at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (www.ics.cas.cz/en)) (2017)
cano 1. cano, -ere, cecini, cantum form.: cecinentem (part. praes.) |ClarPhys gl. ad v. 11sqq.| 1 a cantare (voce vel instrumento), sonare – zpívat, hrát, znít: c-o...spywam |KNM II F 4 f.51v|; cecinit hlaholil |KNM XIII C (show full text)
cano 2.*cano subst. [canere] clamor, exsultatio – křik, výsknutí: c-o wisk (A, wysk B) |ClarGl 1261|.
cano 3.*cano subst. [canis] form.: -na v. infra monstrum canis simile (?) – zrůda psí podoby (?): psecz c-o (B, cana A) |ClarGl 304 in capite de monstrosis hominibus|.
cantus 1. cantus, -us, m. 1 a actus cantandi, cantatio – zpívání, zpěv: spyewanye ‹c-tus?› |ClarVoc 220|; spiwanie c-us |ClarGl 2699 ( sim. VocLact f.D 5vb)| b carmen – píseň c (show full text)
cantus 2. cantus v. canthus, cattus
Köbler, Gerhard, Lateinisches Abkunfts- und Wirkungswörterbuch für Altertum und Mittelalter (thanks to the author, http://www.koeblergerhard.de/Mittellatein-HP/VorwortMlat-HP.htm) (2010)
cano canāre, mlat., V.: nhd. singen, rezitieren; Q.: Udalr. Cl. (11. Jh.); E.: s. canere; L.: Blaise 135b
cano canere, lat., V.: nhd. (show full text)
cantus,¹ cantus (1), lat., M.: nhd. Singen, Gesang, Gesangsart, Besingen, Ton (M.) (2), Melodie, Musik, Klang, Lied, Gesangsstück, Gedicht, Vers, weissagender Gesang, Weissagung, Weissagespruch, Zauberformel, Zauberspruch, Kompositionsart, liturgischer Gesang, Einzelstimme, Grundstimme, Schrei, Geschrei, Krähen (N.), Zirpen (N.), Quaken, Blasen (N.); ÜG.: ahd. bret Gl, galtar Gl, sang (show full text)
cantus,² cantus (2), lat., M.: Vw.: s. canthus
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Cantus avium eh. Oschf., Württemberg (Neckarkr.).