coctus
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
NOM S M PERF PTC PASS
coquo V  to cook, prepare by cooking, bake, boil, roast, parch, steep, melt, heat
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: coco|coquo V:PTC:nom
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
coco coco,² Naturlaut der Hühner, kikeriki, Petr. 59, 2.
coco,¹ = coquo, Suet. Aug. 87, 1.
coquo, coxī, coctum, ere (aus *quequo, altind. pácati, kocht, bäckt, brät; vgl. griech. πέσσω, koche, verdaue; πέπων reif, πόπανον, Gebäck), kochen = durch Feuer zubereiten, unser kochen, sieden, backen, brennen, dörren, schmelzen, zeitigen, reifen, I) eig.: A) tr.: 1) kochen, sieden, backen, is, quiilla coxerat, Cic.: (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
coco, coco, acc. to others cocococo, the sound naturally made by the hen, clucking, Petr. 59, 2.
coctus, coctus, a, um, Part., from coquo.
coquo, cŏquo, xi, ctum, 3, v. a. kindr. with Sanscr. pak; Gr. πεπ in πέπτω or πέσσω ; Germ. backen; Engl. bake, to cook, to prepare by cooking, to bake, boil, roast, parch, steep, melt, heat (very freq. and class.). Lit.: cenam, Plaut. Aul. 3, (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
coco coco,² 2 coco coco = cocorico : Petr. 59, 2.
coco,¹ 1 cŏcō, is, Suet. Aug. 87, 1, c. coquo.
coctus coctus, a, um, part. de coquo || pris adjt, juris coctiores Pl. Pœn. 586, plus consommés dans le droit.
coquo cŏquō, coxī, coctum, ĕre, 1 cuire, faire cuire, aliquid, qqch. [solide ou liquide] : qui illa coxerat Cic. Tusc. 5, 98, celui qui avait fait le repas ; cibaria cocta Liv. 29, 25, 6, etc., blé cuit (biscuit) || [abst] faire la cuisine : (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
coctus coctus, a, um part. pf. к coquo.
coquo coquo, coxi, coctum, ere 1) варить, стряпать, готовить (cibum Vr, Slср. 3; cenam Pl, Nep); кипятить (medicamenta L); печь, жарить (panem Vr, PM; porcus coctus Pt); 2) сушить (ligna Dig): sol coquit glebas V солнце высушивает почву; 3) переваривать (confectus coctusque (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
COCO, (COCERE) pro Coquere, Ital. Cuocere et Cocere. Charta ann. 1334: Quod nullus macellarius seu aliqua persona, cujuscumque conditionis existat, Cocat carnes aliquas, causa vendendi in dicto castro (de Grauleriis).
COCO, Cocona, Machina bellica ad formam ovi, ab Ital. Cocco, ovum. Tract. MS. de Re milit. et mach. bellicis cap. 12: Coconae ligni duri et tenacis debent esse... Coconae in canna intus nimis percussum ultra debitum. Et cap. 42: Incendorium intus tangens Caconem, etc.
COCTUS, Coquus, Gall. Cuisinier. Liber Consuetud. Fontanell. pag. 258. Spicilegii MS.: Cocti erant tunc feodati. Et pag. 403: Est autem consuetudinis antiquae, quando Cocti delinquunt, eos adducere coram Priore, seu coram eo qui tenet ordinem, et nudos verberare a jejunis secundum delicti quantitatem minutis virgis. Hii sunt quasi suffraganei (show full text)
COCTUS,² Coctio, Coctura. Udalricus lib. 2. Consuet. Cluniac. cap. 14: Quod si Coctus est, (Novitius) ut vulgariter aiunt, Coctionem ex more non videt; neque legat, nisi ante Primam. Lib. 3. cap. 26: Tertius famulus ad hoc est maxime deputatus, ut lavet pannos ad Cocturas omnium, ut aiunt, fratrum Coctorum (show full text)
COCTUS,³ Exustus, vel potius lento igni admotus, seu, ut Galli dicimus, Bruslé à demi feu. Lactantius lib. de Mortibus Persecutor. n. 13: Statim productus non modo extortus, sed etiam legitime Coctus, cum admirabili patientia postremo exustus est. Idem num. 15: Omnis sexus et aetatis homines ad exustionem rapti. Rursum (show full text)
COQUO, (COQUERE) Calido balneo purgare, ut interpretantur docti Editores ad Mirac. S. Nic. Tolent. tom. 3. Sept. pag. 726. col. 1: Bartholomaea filia Manfredini Tolentinas cum uno die nocteque spasmo laborasset, et medicus eam Coquere decrevisset, etc.
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)
coco coco v. coquo
coctus coctus v. coccum, coquo, coquus
coquo coquo, -ere, coxi, coctum script. et form.: cocq- |UK X H 6 f.3r|; quo- (cf. Georges I 1688) |UK III C 2 f.146vb|; coco (cf. Georges ib.) v. infra; coqua (imp.) |CapPr P 1258 f.71va|; cochtis (abl. pl.) (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)
coco cocere, lat., V.: Vw.: s. coquere
coco coco coco coco, lat., Interj.: nhd. Naturlaut der Hühner; Q.: Petron. (vor 66 n. Chr.); E.: s. idg. *ko ko, V., gackern, Pokorny 611; L.: Georges 1, 1225, TLL, Walde/Hofmann, 1, 242
coctus,¹ coctus (1), lat., (Part. Prät.=)Adj.: nhd. gekocht, gereift, rein, von bewährter Güte seiend, durch Aderlass gereinigt, zur Ader gelassen; Vw.: s. crūdi-, ex-, in- (1), in- (2), inex-, male-, prae-, re-; Q.: Cato (234-149 v. Chr.); E.: s. coquere; L.: TLL, MLW 2, 1879, Habel/Gröbel 66
coctus,² coctus (2), mlat., M.: nhd. Koch; Q.: Bern. Clun. (ab 1070); E.: s. coquere; L.: Blaise 193a
coquo coquere, cocere, quoquere, lat., V.: nhd. (show full text)