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form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
ABL P M | DAT P M
deus ADJ  a god, deity
NOM S M
dis N  
ACC S N | NOM S F | NOM S N | VOC S N
dives ADJ  rich, wealthy, opulent
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
deus, ī (im Nom. Plur. dei, dii, gew. di, Genet. Plur. deorum u. deûm, Dat. Plur. deis, diis, gew. dis, s. Neue-Wagener Formenl.3 Bd. 1. S. 161 ff. u. Georges Lexik. d. lat. Wortf. S. 210; in Inschr. auch diibus u. dibus, (show full text)
dīs,² dītis, m. u. f.,dītis, e, Adi. m. Compar. u. Superl. (zsgzg. aus dives), reich (Ggstz. pauper), a) eig., α) absol.: dis quidem esses, Ter.: dis hostis, Liv.: Mycena ditis, Priap. 75, 2: ditis hominis bona, Liv.: in diti domo, Liv.: dite solum, Val. Flacc.: dum ne (show full text)
Dīs,³ Dītis, m., seltnere Nbf. Dītis, is, m. (nach G.F. Grotefend = 2. dis, als Übersetzung von Πλούτων), Pluto, der Jupiter der Unterwelt (Iuppiter Stygius [Ζευς καταχθόνιος], Ov. fast. 5, 448): Dis pater, Varro LL. 5, 66. Cic. de nat. deor. 2, 66. Tac. hist. 4, 84. (show full text)
dis,¹ Praeposit. insepar., steht unverändert vor c, p, t u. Vokalen. Doch findet man neben disiungo auch Formen wie diiudico. In dirimo (statt disemo) geht s über in r. Vor d, g, l, m, n, r, v fällt s weg, vgl. dīduco, dīgero, dīlato, dīmico, dīruo, (show full text)
dīves, itis, Compar. dīvitior, -ius, Genet. iōris, Superl. dīvitissimus, reich, I) eig. (Ggstz. pauper, egens, mendicus): a) v. Pers.: dives Crassus, Varro: quem intellegimus divitem, Cic.: ex pauperrimo dives factus est, Cic.: quis divitiorem quemquam putet quam eum, cui etc., Cic.: eum divitissimum fore praedictum est, Cic. (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
deus, dĕus, i (voc. sing. deus, Vulg. Psa. 22, 3 al.; but, dee, Tert. adv. Marc. 1, 29; Prud. Hamart. 931; cf. Prob. Inst. Art. 532, p. 340. The nom. plur. is di and dei; dii is freq. in MSS., but prob. indicates only the length of the (show full text)
dis, dĭs, an inseparable particle Sanscr. dva, two: dvis, twice; Gr. δίς ( δϝις ); cf.: bis, bini, dubius, duo; also Sanscr. vi- (for dvi-) = dis-, occurs before vowels only in dishiasco; it stands unchanged before c, p, q, t, s, and di; loses its s (show full text)
dis, dīs, neutr. dite (mostly poet.; in prose very rare before the Aug. per.): dis quidem esses, Ter. Ad. 5, 1, 8: dite solum, Val. Fl. 2, 296: hujus ditis aedes, Ter. Ad. 4, 2, 42; so, ditis domus, Hor. Epod. 2, 65: diti placitura magistro, Tib. 2, (show full text)
Dis, Dīs, ītis (nom. Dītis, Petr. Poët. 120, 76; Quint. 1, 6, 34; cf. Serv. Verg. A. 6, 273; the nom. Dis very rare in the poets; Aus. Idyl. 12: de deis, 3), m. cf.: dīus, divus, deus, orig. denoting godhead, deity, in general, and of Jupiter in (show full text)
dis, dīs, dītis, adj., rich, v. dives.
dives, dīves, ĭtis, and dīs, dīte (v. seq. β ), adj. perh. root div-, gleam; Gr. δῖος ; Lat. divus, dies, rich (cf.: pecuniosus, beatus, locuples, opulens, opulentus). dīves (class. and freq.; the nom. and acc. of the neutr. plur. do not occur; cf. Neue Formenl. 2, (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
deus dĕus, ī, m. (arch. deivos) 1 Dieu, Divinité : Cic. Rep. 6, 17 ; Tim. 26 ; etc. || di boni ! Cic. Mil. 59, grands dieux ! dieux bons ! di immortales ! Cic. Nat. 1, 72, dieux immortels ! ou pro (show full text)
dis,¹ 1 dĭs, (ou devant cert. consonnes), part. marquant le plus souvent division (diduco, distraho) et séparation (discedo, dimitto) ou distinction (disquiro, diligens) et, par suite, achèvement, plénitude (dilucidus, discupio, dispereo) ou négation (dissimilis, dispar, diffido, difficilis) || dis se sépare qqf. par une tmèse dans les anciens (show full text)
dis,² 2 dīs, m. f., dite, n. (gén. ditis, dat. diti, abl. diti), [poét.], riche, opulent, abondant : dis esses Ter. Ad. 770, tu serais riche ; dite solum Val. Flacc. 2, 296, sol riche ; delubra ditia donis Ov. M. 2, 77, temples (show full text)
Dis,³ 3 Dīs ou Dītis, Dītis, m., Pluton [dieu des enfers] : Dis pater Cic. Nat. 2, 66, ou Dis (Ditis) seul, Virg. En. 5, 731 ; Quint. 1, 6, 34.
dives dīvĕs, vĭtis, riche, opulent : Crassus cum cognomine dives, tum copiis Cic. Off. 2, 57, Crassus le riche et par le surnom et aussi par la fortune ; dives pecoris Virg. B. 2, 20, riche en troupeaux ; dives ab omni armento (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
deus deus, i (pl. dei, dii или di; gen. pl. deorum и deum; dat. f abl. deis, diis или dis) m 1) бог, божество: deos colere C, QC etc. чтить богов; dii (di) meliora или melius! (sc. velint, duint = dent или ferant) (show full text)
dives dives, itis (abl. sg. e, реже i); compar. divitior, ditior, superl. divitissimus, ditissimus 1) богатый (ex pauperrimo d. factus C): d. aliqua re H, O etc., alicujus rei V, Ap etc., реже ab aliqua re VF и in aliquid Aug богатый (изобилующий) чём-л. (agris H; (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
DEUS, Templum Dei alicujus. Lactantius de Mortib. Persecutor. num. 36: Qui et sacrificia per omnes Deos facerent. Ita et cap. 16. Dieu, pro ipso altari ubi Dominicum Corpus asservatur, vel Liturgia sacra celebratur, in Ch. ann. 1314. ex Chartul. S. Maglor. ch. 41: Unes veues que les gens saint (show full text)
DEUS,² a Gallico Deux, Duo. Chartular. S. Cornelii Compend. in Indice utensilium de Ruminiaco: Deus pacletis et Deus wansbeisons et una broia.
DIS, Dives, diabolus. Dief.
DIVES Homo, Gall. Riche homme, Homo nobilis seu Baro. Chartular. S. Vandregisili tom. 2. pag. 1468. in Instrumento anni 1274: Noverint universi praesentes et futuri, quod ego Rogerus Dives homo vendidi... Guillelmo dicto Sravesein quindecim denarios annui redditus, etc. Vide Rici homines.
Schuetz, Thomas-Lexikon, 2. Aufl. (1895)
Deus Gott, synonym mit deitas, divinitas (← sub b) und divina (← sub a): ut ab intelligendo nomen Dei imponerent; nam Theos, quod secundum Graecos Deum significat, dicitur a theaste (θεᾶσθαι), quod est considerare vel videre, cg. I. 44; significatur enim hoc nomine id, quo maius significari non potest, (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)
deus deus, -i, m. a θεός , numen, transl. de homine egregio – bůh, božstvo, přeneseně o vynikajícím člověku b sensu Christiano (etiam de Christo) – Bůh (též o Kristu): sine Deo (vetus vers.: bez boha ) (show full text)
dis 1. dis, ditis, subst. et adi. a (homo) opulentus, opibus abundans (oppos.: pauper) – bohatý, boháč: bohatecz dis |ClarGl 1221 (Veleš f.96rb)|; con(mune) t(ercie) dis, id est dives...reych |KNM II F 4 f.91r ( sim. KNM X E 1 f.176v)|; (show full text)
Dis 2. Dis, Ditis, m. 1 nomen dei inferorum, Pluto – jméno boha podsvětí, Pluto + 2 ap. Christianos fere i. q. diabolus – ďábel: conciliare tuum natum, / ne det gravem ob reatum / D-i (show full text)
Dis 2. Dis, Ditis, m. 1 nomen dei inferorum, Pluto – jméno boha podsvětí, Pluto + 2 ap. Christianos fere i. q. diabolus – ďábel: conciliare tuum natum, / ne det gravem ob reatum / D-i tartareo, / sed (show full text)
dives dives, -itis script.: -ittibus |HusSerm 196| a de hominibus: opulentus, abundans (oppos.: pauper, egens) – bohatý, zámožný (oppos.: chudý, nuzný): d-s...reich, bohaty |KNM II F 4 f.93r| b (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)
deus deus, deos, lat., M.: nhd. Gott, Gottheit, Behüter, Bewahrer, Schutzgeist; ÜG.: ahd. durs Gl, (giskaft) N, got AG, APs, B, C, Ch, E, FG, Gl, GP, I, LB, MF, MH, MNPs, N, NGl, NGlP, NP, O, PG, Ph, PT=T, RhC, SPs, gotaheit N, (gotalih) Gl, I, (show full text)
dis,¹ dīs (1), lat., Adj.: nhd. reich; ÜG.: ahd. antwelag Gl, ehtig Gl, liob Gl, rihhi Gl, rihlih Gl, tiuri Gl; ÜG.: as. welag GlPW; ÜG.: mnd. rike (2); Q.: Ter. (190-159 v. Chr.), Gl, GlPW; E.: s. dīves (1); L.: Georges 1, 2189, TLL, Habel/Gröbel 113
Dis,² Dīs (2), lat., M.: nhd. Pluto, Unterweltsgott; mlat.-nhd. Teufel, Antichrist, böser Geist; ÜG.: ahd. durs Gl; Q.: Enn. (204-169 v. Chr.), Gl; E.: s. dīves (1); R.: Dīs pāter, lat., M.: nhd. Dispater, Unterweltsgott; L.: Georges 1, 2189, TLL, Walde/Hofmann 1, 355, MLW 3, 700, Habel/Gröbel (show full text)
dis,³ dīs (3), mlat., M.: nhd. Reicher; Q.: Cap., HI; E.: s. dīs (1)
dives,¹ dīves (1), lat., Adj.: nhd. reich, begütert, wohlhabend, vermögend, kostbar, prächtig, von hohem Werte seiend, viel, reichlich, häufig vorkommend, freigebig, großzügig, stark, mächtig, machtvoll, gut, richtig; ÜG.: ahd. biworaht Gl, (edili)? O, ehtig T, (filu) Gl, otag B, O, T, (otmahali) Gl, rihhi Gl, N, NGl, (show full text)
dives,² dīves (2), lat., M.: nhd. Reicher; ÜG.: ahd. riholf NGl; Q.: Sen. (4 v.-65 n. Chr.), NGl; E.: s. dīves (1); L.: Georges 1, 2248