descensum
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
descendo V  to climb down, come down, descend, fall, sink
ACC S M | ACC S N | VOC S N | GEN P M | GEN P N
descensus ADJ  a descent, way down
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: descensus N:acc
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
dēscendo, scendi, scēnsum, ere (de u. scando), herabsteigen, -kommen, -gehen, von einem höhern Orte nach einem niedrigern (Ggstz. ascendere), I) von Menschen, A) eig.: 1) im allg.: inde, Plaut.: de Palatio, Cic.: de Capitolio, Liv.: de rostris, Cic.: de tribunali, Liv.: de castello, Cic.: ex equo, Cic., (show full text)
dēscēnsus, ūs, m. (descendo), das Herabsteigen, I) eig., v. Herabsteigen des Zuchtstieres von der Kuh nach der Begattung, Varro r. r. 2, 5, 13. – v. Herabsteigen, -ziehen von einer Höhe, desc. facilis (Ggstz. in ulteriorem ripam minime iniquus ascensus), Liv.: desc. difficilis et artae viae (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
descendo, dēscendo, di, sum, 3 (perf. redupl.: descendidit, Valer. Antias ap. Gell. 7, 4 fin.; and, descendiderant, Laber. ib.; perf.: desciderunt, Inscr. Frat. Arv. 13 Henzen.), v. n., to come down; and of inanimate subjects, to fall, sink down, to descend, opp. to ascendo (class. and freq.). (show full text)
descensus, dēscensus, a, um, Part., v. descendo fin. !*?.
descensus,² dēscensus, ūs, m. descendo, a descent (rare; not in Cic. and Caes.). In gen.: qua illi descensus erat, Sall. C. 57, 3. Concr., a descending way, a descent: difficilis et praeruptus, Hirt. B. G. 8, 40, 4 and 5; cf.: facilis descensus Averno, Verg. A. (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
descendo dēscendō, scendī, scēnsum, ĕre (de et scando), intr., 1 descendre : de rostris Cic. Vat. 26 ; de cælo Liv. 6, 18, 9, descendre de la tribune, du ciel ; ex equo Cic. CM 34 ; e tribunali Suet. Claud. (show full text)
descensus,¹ 1 dēscēnsus, a, um, v. descendo 7.
descensus,² 2 dēscēnsŭs, ūs, m., action de descendre, descente : Varro R. 2, 5, 13 ; Sall. C. 57, 3 || descente, chemin qui descend : præruptus descensus Hirt. G. 8, 40, 4, descente en pente raide, cf. Liv. 44, 35, 17.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
descendo de–scendo, scendi, scensum, ere [scando] 1) сходить, спускаться (d. de rostris C; monte V, Sl; in mare de caelo L, caelo H и a caelo V; exercitus descendit in planitiem Cs): d. ex equo C или d. equo Sl слезать с лошади; 2) вступать, (show full text)
descensus descensus, us m [descendo] 1) нисхождение (d. Averno — dat. V); 2) спуск (d. difficilis et praeruptus Hirt); 3) сошествие (dei de caelo Eccl); 4) опускание (ascensus et descensus Macr).
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
DESCENDO, (DESCENDERE) active, Demittere, pro activo Gallico Descendre. Miracula B. Raymundi Lullii, Junii tom. 5. pag. 689: Dictum corpus a dicto suo sepulcro Descenderunt, et sua processione solenni illud detulerunt in sacristiam.
DESCENDO,⁴ (DESCENDERE) Dependere, eadem notione qua in re feudaria Movere, Gall. Mouvoir, dicitur. Charta ann. 1329. tom. 2. Hist. Trevir. Joan. Nic. ab Hontheim pag. 113. col. 1: Nos Johannes de Orreo scabinus Trevirensis et Loretta conjuges, notum facimus universis, quod bona nostra infrascripta Descendant in feudum ab ecclesia, (show full text)
DESCENDO,² (DESCENDERE) Lit. ann. 1361. tom. 4. Ordinat. reg. Franc. pag. 214: Officiarii et ministri nostri,... tam populares quam nobiles, variis afficere flagellis Descenderunt. f. pro Intenderunt, aut quid simile.
DESCENDO,³ (DESCENDERE) Deponere, exonerare, Gall. Décharger. Stat. pro reformat. regni Navar. ann. 1322. in Reg. sign. Noster Cam. Comput. Paris. fol. 442. r°: Fiant decem tabulae carniceriae, videlicet in quolibet vico quinque tabulae, et subtus dictam cooperturam quod Descendant piscamina, quae ad villam Pampilonensem venerint, et quod ibidem (show full text)
DESCENSUS, Hospitationes, quomodo nostri etiamnum dicunt, Descentes. Concilium Budense ann. 1279. cap. 14: Cum suas dioeceses vel parochias visitant, vel ex aliis causis ad Ecclesias ipsas declinant, gravibus et importabilibus fere Descensibus... aggravant et molestant, etc. Charta ann. 1192. ex Tabulario S. Florentii: Cum esset contentio inter Episcopum Redonensem (show full text)
DESCENSUS,⁴ ut supra Descendua. Annal. Victor. Mss. ad ann. 1237: Ut haereditatem, quae sibi debebatur ex Descensu cujusdam fratris sui nuper defuncti,... obtineret, etc.
DESCENSUS,² apud Anastasium in Historia Ecclesiastica, ubi Theophanes ann. 5. Leonis Isauri ϰατάϐασιν habet, Latinis Confessio, seu locus sub altari, ubi recondebantur Sanctorum reliquiae, et in quem gradibus patebat aditus. Vide Confessio.
DESCENSUS,³ Aquaeductus, rivulus. Tabular. S. Albini Andegav.: Donans... Descensum unum, quem habebat in rivulo, qui appellatur ducto, cum omni consuetudine, etc. Alibi: Quemdam suum Descensum piscatorium Walterio Abbati et Monachis S. Albini vendidit. Vide Monteia.
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)
descendo descendo, -ere, -scendi, -scensum 1 a de hominibus – o lidech: α degredi, demitti, (deorsum) venire, proficisci (de exercitu) – sestupovat, scházet, přicházet (dolů), táhnout (o vojsku): d-derunt gidechu |LexClemA 228|; d-o, -dis... sgijti, stupiti doluow |VocLact f.aa (show full text)
descensus descensus, -us, m. script. et form.: dese- |(ante 1348) TopTom II 301b|; dec- |BriccLib f.147va| 1 a actio descendendi, descensio – sestupování, sestoupení, sestup b meton.: via, qua descenditur – cesta dolů (show full text)
Köbler, Gerhard, Lateinisches Abkunfts- und Wirkungswörterbuch für Altertum und Mittelalter (thanks to the author, http://www.koeblergerhard.de/Mittellatein-HP/VorwortMlat-HP.htm) (2010)
descendo dēscendere, dīscendere, dēcendere, dēscindere, dīscindere, dīssendere, lat., V.: nhd. (show full text)
descensus dēscēnsus, dēcēnsus, dīscēnsus, dēsēnsus, lat., M.: nhd. Herabsteigen, Hinabsteigen, Absteigen, Abstieg, Hinabsinken, Senkung, Hinwendung, Zuwendung, Verminderung, Abnahme, Abgang, Ausgang, Grund, Ursache; mlat.-nhd. Flussabwärtsfahren, Mauteinnahme aus dem Schiffsverkehr flussabwärts, Wasserfall, Schwimmen mit dem Strom, Herberge, Lager, Herkunft, Abstammung, absteigende Rangordnung, Hierarchie; ÜG.: ahd. gisteigi Gl, nidarstig B, (show full text)