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hostium
form analysis and translation based on Perseus (Version 2010):
GEN P F | GEN P M
hostis N  a stranger, foreigner
Georges, Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch, 8. Aufl. (1913)
hostis, is, c., (got. gasts, ahd. gast, Fremdling, Gast), I) der Fremde, Fremdling, Ausländer (= peregrinus, Ggstz. civis, s. Varro LL. 5, 3. Cic. de off. 1, 37. Macr. sat. 1, 16, 14), Plaut. trin. 102; Curc. 5. Hor. ep. 1, 15, 29. Ambros. de off. 1, 29, (show full text)
Lewis & Short, A latin dictionary (1879)
hostis hostis (also fos-), is, comm. Sanscr. root ghas-, to eat, consume, destroy; Germ. Gast; cf. also hasta, a stranger, foreigner; afterwards transf., an enemy (cf.: adversarius, inimicus, perduellis): equidem etiam illud animadverto, quod qui proprio nomine perduellis esset, is hostis vocaretur, lenitate verbi rei tristitiam mitigatam. Hostis (show full text)
Gaffiot, Dictionnaire latin-français (2016, ex 1934), merci à G. Gréco, M. De Wilde, B. Maréchal, K. Ôkubo!
hostis hostis, is, m., 1 étranger : Cic. Off. 1, 37 2 ennemi [de guerre], ennemi public : Pompeius sæpius cum hoste conflixit quam quisquam cum inimico concertavit Cic. Pomp. 28, Pompée s'est battu plus souvent contre l'ennemi qu'un particulier n'a combattu un adversaire, cf. (show full text)
Дворецкий И.Х., Отличный латинско-русский словарь (1976)
hostis hostis, is m, f 1) чужеземец, иностранец (adversus hostem aeterna auctoritas LXIIT ap. C): civem dignoscere hoste H отличать гражданина (т. е. соотечественника) от иноземца; 2) военный противник, неприятель, национальный враг (в отличие от личного inimicus) (aliquos statuere non inimicos, sed hostes C); hostem (show full text)
DuCange, Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis (1883-7)
HOSTIS, pro Hospes. S. Bernardus in Epist. 441. Edit. Mabill. tom. 1. pag. 393: Dum enim ad mensam Domini nostri Episcopi, civem nostrum, imo et Hostem meum, in argenteis vasis de more suaviter nutrirer. Alterum sensum ejusdem vocis docent Statuta antiqua Florent. lib. 3. cap. 36. ex Cod. reg. (show full text)
HOSTIS,² Exercitus, castra, expeditio bellica, Gallis Host et Ost, Hispanis Hueste. Gloss. Lat. Gall.: Exercitus, Host. Gregorius M. lib. 12. Epist. 23: Hostem collectum habet. Anastasius in Joanne VI. PP.: Et illum cum suo Hoste ad propria repedare fecit. Sampirus Astoricensis Episcopus in Hist. Hispan.: Ipsis diebus Hismaëlitica Hostis (show full text)
HOSTIUM, pro Ostium, saepius occurrit; a porta nihilominus aliquid differre innuunt Instrumenta. Chartularium S. Vandregesili tom. 1. pag. 810: Dedi et concessi... totam partem illam domus meae sicuti se praeportat in longitudine et latitudine quae est a clausura usque ad vivarium cum Hostio. Charta apud Madox Formul. Anglic. pag. (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)
hostis hostis, -is, m. script. et form.: os- |HusSerm 123|; -teum (gen. pl.) |KNM VII D 17 f.7r|; -teros (acc. pl.) |DocBelHus II 337| a peregrinus – cizinec b (show full text)
hostium hostium v. ostium
Köbler, Gerhard, Lateinisches Abkunfts- und Wirkungswörterbuch für Altertum und Mittelalter (thanks to the author, http://www.koeblergerhard.de/Mittellatein-HP/VorwortMlat-HP.htm) (2010)
hostis hostis, fostis, ostis, lat., M.: nhd. Gast, fremder Gast, Fremdling, Fremder, Ausländer, Feind, Nebenbuhler, Gegner, Krieger, Soldat, Rächer, Kriegsheer, Heer, feindliches Heer, gesamtes Heer, Truppe, Krieger, kriegerischer Einfall, Kriegszug; mlat.-nhd. Erfüllung seiner Kriegspflicht, Kriegssteuer, Teufel, Wegelagerer, Bandit, Räuber, Lager, Heerfahrt, Heerfahrtspflicht, Heerfolge, Kriegsdienst, Kriegsheer eines Lehnsherrn; (show full text)
hostium hōstium, mlat., N.: Vw.: s. ōstium
hostium hostium, mlat., N.: Vw.: s. hosticum