capsas
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
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capsa N  a repository, box, bookcase
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: capsa N:acc
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
capsa,¹ ae, f. (wie capsus von capio), das Behältnis, die Kapsel, der Kasten, für Bücherrollen, Cic. div. in Caec. 51. Hor. sat. 1, 4, 22. Plin. 16, 229. Iuven. 10, 117: für Obst, Plin. 15, 65. Mart. 11, 8, 3.
Capsa,² ae, f. (Κάψα), eine Stadt in Byzacium, an einer Oase in einer wegen Wassermangels u. Schlangen schwer zu durchziehenden Wüste, j. Kafsa (südl. von Tunis u. zwar landeinwärts), Sall. Iug. 89 sqq. Flor. 3, 1, 14. – Dav. Capsēnsēs, ium, m., (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
capsa, capsa, ae, f. capio; Fr. caisse; Engl. case, a repository, box, esp. for books, bookcase, satchel, * Cic. Div. in Caecil. 16, 51; Hor. S. 1, 4, 22; 1, 10, 63; id. Ep. 2, 1, 268; Juv. 10, 117; also for fruit, Plin. 15, 17, 18, § (show full text)
Capsa, Capsa, ae, f., a town in Africa, in the districl of Byzacium, surrounded by vast deserts, plundered by Marius in the Jugurthine war, Sall. J. 89, 4; 91 sq.; Flor. 3, 1, 14.—Hence, Capsenses, ium, m., the inhabitants of Capsa, Sall. J. 92, 3 sq.; in (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
capsa,¹ 1 capsa, æ, f. (κάψα), boîte à livres, à papiers : Cic. Cæcil. 51 ; Hor. S. 1, 4, 22 || boîte, coffre pour conserver les fruits : Mart. 11, 8, 3.
Capsa,² 2 Capsa, æ, f., ville de Numidie : Sall. J. 89, 4 || -sēnsēs, ium, -sĭtānī, ōrum, m., habitants de Capsa : Sall. J. 89, 6 ; Plin. 5, 30.
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CAPSA, Arca, theca, cista, ubi aliquid reponitur. Papias: Capsa dicta, quod capiat in se atque servet aliquid. Ex Graec. ϰάμψα. Gall. Chasse. Proprie vero est arca in qua reconduntur Sanctorum Reliquiae. Jo. de Garlandia in Synonymis: Dic arcas, thecas, cistas, vel scrinia, Capsas. Capsula, capsella, de capsa diminuuntur. Hugo (show full text)
CAPSA,² Pars casulae. Gregorius Turon. de Vitis Patrum cap. 7: Diacono cuidam hujus casulam tribuit; erat autem valida eo quod et ipse vir Dei robusto fuisset corpore. Capsa autem hujus indumenti ita dilatata erat atque consuta, ut solent in illis candidis fieri, quae per Paschalia festa Sacerdotum humeris imponuntur. (show full text)
CAPSA,³ Vagina. W. Wyrcester Anecd. pag. 529. Lib. nig. Scaccarii: Ensis Ethelredi raro Capsa requivit.
CAPSA,⁵ Umbella, Gall. Dais. Ordinar. Ms. S. Petri Aureae-val. ubi de processione SS. Corporis Christi: Tunc prior claustralis et alii magistri ordinis monasterii, sive antiqui et provecti quatuor ex praedictis accipiant reverenter Capsam, sub qua portatur Corpus Jhesu Christi...... Tunc canonici, qui supra, accipiant Capsam, ut moris est, dompno (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)
capsa capsa, -ae, f. script. et form.: ka- |VisitArchid f.19v|; -ss- |(c. 1410) ArchPr|; kebsam |(1344) LibMemBrun p.154a| 1 cista, receptaculum ad varias res (praecipue libros) condendas – schránka na rozličné předměty (především knihy): c-a sit telma |ClarBoh (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)
capsa,¹ capsa (1), cassa, chapsa, chassa, capsia, cassia, casa, caxa, caxia, capasa, capcia, caffa, scapsa, chassia, caphsa, capxa, lat., F.: nhd. Kapsel, Behältnis, Kasten (M.), Schrein, Futteral; mlat.-nhd. Reliquienkästchen, Reliquiar, Tabernakel, Ciborium, Fensterflügel, Windlade, Resonanzkasten, Formkasten, Bücherkasten; ÜG.: ahd. baskiza Gl, kafs Gl, kafsa Gl, taska Gl; (show full text)
Capsa,² Capsa (2), lat., F.=ON: nhd. Kapsa (Stadt in Byzacium); Q.: Sall. (86-34 v. Chr.); I.: Lw. gr. Κάψα (Kápsa); E.: s. gr. Κάψα (Kápsa), F.=ON, Kapsa (Stadt in Byzacium); weitere Herkunft unklar?; L.: Georges 1, 985, TLL
Graesse, Orbis Latinus 1909
Capsa Gaffa (Cafssa), St., Tunisia (Afrika).