carni
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
DAT S F
caro N  flesh
Helmut Schmid's TreeTagger with Latin data by Gabriele Brandolini: caro N:dat
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
Carnī, ōrum, m. (Καρνοί), eine keltische Völkerschaft in den nach ihr benannten (kärnthischen) Alpen, im heutigen Krain u. Kärnthen, Liv. 43, 5, 3. Mela 2, 4, 2 (2. § 59). – Dav. Carnicus a, um, karnisch, Alpes, die kärnthischen Alpen, Plin. 3, 147 (vgl. Alpes no. I, (show full text)
cārō,³ Adv. (carus), teuer, vendere (Ggstz. vili emere), Poët. mim. bei Augustin. trin. 13, 3 (Anon. mim. fr. X II. p. 398 R2). Ulp. dig. 19, 1, 13. § 3: caro valere, teuer zu stehen kommen, Augustin. serm. 21, 4; conf. 11, 2, 1.
caro,¹ ere, krempeln, lanam, Plaut. Men. 797. Varr. LL. 7, 54. Vgl. Gloss. Papin. ›qui lanam carunt, carpunt, dividunt‹.
caro,² carnis, f. (vgl. umbrisch karu, Teil), das Fleisch, I) eig. u. meton.: 1) eig.: subrancida, Cic.: cruda, Suet.: cocta, Apic.: tosta, Ov.: morticina, Aas, Sen.: dass. tacita, Mart.: salita, Macr.: bubula, Val. Max.: porcina, Vopisc.: haedina, Cael. Aur.: caprina, vervecina, Edict. Diocl.: cervina, Solin.: ferina, Sall.: (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
Carni, Carni, ōrum, m., a Celtic people in Upper Italy, east of Aquileia, extending to Cärnthen, now Krain, Mel. 2, 4, 2; Plin. 3, 18, 22, § 127; Inscr. Orell. 4040; their chief town was Carnūs, untis, Liv. 43, 1, 2. Hence, Carnĭcus, a, um: Alpes, the (show full text)
caro, căro, carnis (nom. carnis, Liv. Andron. ap. Prisc. p. 684 P.; Liv. 37, 3, 4; abl. carni, Plaut. Capt. 4, 4, 6), f. Sanscr. kravya; Gr. κρέας ; Germ. Kern, flesh (animal or vegetable). Lit., of animals: deturbavit totum cum carni carnarium, Plaut. Capt. 4, 4, (show full text)
caro, cārō, adv., v. carus fin.
caro, cāro, ĕre, v. a. cf. Gr. κείρω ; Germ. scheren; Engl. sheer, to card (very rare), Plaut. Men. 5, 2, 46; and in Naev. acc. to Varr. L. L. 7, § 54 Müll., p. 92 Bip. (cf.: caritores, 2. carmen, 2. carmino, etc.).
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
Carni Carnī, ōrum, m., peuplade de la Carniole : Plin. 3, 147 ; Liv. 43, 5, 3 || Carnĭcus, a, um, Carnicæ Alpes, Alpes Carniques.
caro,¹ 1 cārō, is, ĕre, tr., carder : Pl. Men. 797 ; Varro L. 7, 54.
caro,² 2 cărō, carnis, f., 1 chair, viande : eorum victus in lacte, caseo, carne consistit Cæs. G. 6, 22, 1, ils se nourrissent de lait, de fromage et de viande 2 [métaph.] chair, pulpe des fruits : Plin. 15, 96 || partie tendre intérieure d'un arbre : (show full text)
caro,³ 3 cārō, adv., cher ; caro valere Aug. Conf. 11, 2, 1, valoir cher.
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
Carni Carnī, ōrum m карны, народность в районе Крайни L, Mela.
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
CARO, (CARERE) Dividere. Cethegus in MS. Malmesburiensis Coenobii apud Janssonium in Collectaneis ad Glossarium Isidori: Carrucata terrae dicitur, quantum aratrum arare potest in Seosinabili tempore, et Careo, cares, est divido, dividis; et inde caruca, id est, aratrum, quia currendo dividit terram.
CARO, Carrorum faber, Gall. Charron. Charta Confratriae Clericorum Pontisarae ann. 1366: Petrus Martel Caro de parochia B. Petri Pontisarae recognovit se debere Confratriae Clericorum sex solidos pro domo sua de foro lanae..... F. Guido Gardianus Fratrum Minorum Pontisarae testatur in duodecim denariis situatis supra domum Petri Martelli Caronis. Occurrit (show full text)
CARO,⁴ Vita. In Carne, in Vita. Anonymus Poeta de Episcopis Eboracensibus: Et culpam erubui juvenis in Carne fateri. Id est, dum juvenis eram.
CARO,⁷ Charta Henr. I. reg. Angl. ann. 1130. inter Instr. tom. 11. Gall. Christ. col. 128: Concedo eidem ecclesiae decimam omnium cendrarum et Caronum meorum in omnibus silvis meis. Bulla Gregor. IX. PP. ann. 1234. ibid. col. 144: Decimas omnium cendrariorum et Caronum et pasnagiorum in omnibus silvis. Sed (show full text)
CARO,⁶ Genus, familia, Gall. Race. Stat. pro textoribus ann. 1280. in Consuet. Genovef. MSS. fol. 11. r°: L'en puet bien avoir oudit mestier un apprentiz de sa Char, ou de la Char sa fame, etc. V. Carnalis 1. Formulam Caro de carne nostra non tam propinquitatis vinculum quam singularis (show full text)
CARO,² (CARERE) Exsolvi, liberari, in vet. Glossar, ex Cod. reg. 7641.
CARO,² Omnis homo, Gasp. Barthii Glossar. ex Hist. Palaest.: Non est lingua Carnis, quae satis valeat enarrare, quod Francorum manus ibi valuit pessundare. S. Aug. in Lib. Quaest. contra Apollinaristas in verba Psalmi 64: Exaudi preces meas, ad te omnis Caro veniet... Unde et intelligitur solere homines per nominationem (show full text)
CARO,³ Corpus validum, sanum, et nulla aegritudine offensum, bona corporis habitudo. Salvianus lib. 1. de Gubernat. Dei: Quis tam profundi cordis virum non admiretur, qui merita religiosorum atque virtutes tam magnis retributionibus dignas putat, ut in praesenti hac vita Carnes atque fortitudines corporum, praemia putet esse debere Sanctorum ? (show full text)
CARO,⁵ Animal. Fori seu Consuetudines Comitatus Bigorrensis art. 14: Villa liberorum de Carne non amplius quam quinque solidos, aut porcos quinque solidorum donet, etc. Si quis Militum necessitate ductus Carnem alterius, ubi ipse vel uxor ejus praesentes non fuerint, acceperit, non prius eum pignoret, donec eum amicabiliter inquiret: et (show full text)
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
caro a) Fleisch im eigentlichen Sinne des Wortes, der Gegensatz zu spiritus (←): caro et sanguis ibi non accipitur pro natura carnis et sanguinis, th. III. 54. 2 ad 1; caro de ratione sui non dicit (besagt) aliquod ordinatum in cibum, sed quandam rem naturae, 4 sent. 11. 2. (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)
carni carni v. carvi
caro 1. caro, carnis, f. 1 a pars mollis corporis animantium – maso: c-o masso |ClarGl 470| b medic.: ecphyma – nadměrně vyvinutá granulační tkáň, „divoké“ maso: c-es superfluas diwy masso |CodVodn f.196r|; c-o superflua diwie masso (show full text)
caro 2.*caro (?) form.: talio (err.) v. infra notio quaedam temporis – nějaké časové určení (cf. GbSS I 339a): noctico snoczi, drovie c-o, prando vobied, mano davie |ClarGl 199|; talio drowie |Veleš f.112vb|.