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FOMES

  • 1 fomes

    fomes, fomitis, m. [foveo] [st2]1 [-] bois sec (qui prend feu facilement), matière inflammable, matière enflammée, foyer (de combustion), feu. [st2]2 [-] au plur. copeaux de bois, paillettes de fer, étincelles. [st2]3 [-] foyer (de l'âme). [st2]4 [-] Prud. ce qui excite à, excitant, aiguillon.
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    fomes, fomitis, m. [foveo] [st2]1 [-] bois sec (qui prend feu facilement), matière inflammable, matière enflammée, foyer (de combustion), feu. [st2]2 [-] au plur. copeaux de bois, paillettes de fer, étincelles. [st2]3 [-] foyer (de l'âme). [st2]4 [-] Prud. ce qui excite à, excitant, aiguillon.
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        Fomes, huius fomitis, pen. cor. masc. gen. Virgil. Toute chose propre à allumer et nourrir le feu, comme petits esclats, allumettes, drapeaux en un fusil, et semblables.
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        Fomes, per translationem. Gell. Toute chose enflambant et incitant, ou nourrissant et entretenant.

    Dictionarium latinogallicum > fomes

  • 2 fomes

    fōmes, ĭtis, m. [foveo], kindling-wood, touch-wood, tinder.
    I.
    Lit.:

    silici scintillam excudit Achates... rapuitque in fomite flammam,

    Verg. A. 1, 176; Luc. 8, 776; Plin. 16, 40, 77, § 208.—
    B.
    Trop. (postclass.):

    fomes et incitabulum ingenii virtutisque,

    Gell. 15, 2, 3:

    peccati,

    Prud. Apoth. 942:

    invidiae,

    Vulg. Gen. 37, 8.—
    II.
    Transf.: fomites sunt assulae ex arboribus, dum caeduntur, excussae: dictae, quod in eo opere occupati cibis potuque confoventur, etc., Paul. ex Fest. p. 85 Müll.; cf.: Fomes pelekêma, Gloss. Labb.

    Lewis & Short latin dictionary > fomes

  • 3 fomes

    fōmes, itis, m. (foveo), I) die Nahrung des Feuers, der Zündstoff, Zunder, Verg., Plin. u.a. – übtr., ingenii, Gell.: insaniae, Augustin.: peccati, Prud. – II) die Wärme, intepuit fomite fumeo, Prud. c. Symm. 1. praef. 25. – / Gloss. u. Auct. inc. de idiot. gen. 578, 64 K. ›fomes u. fomis, το φρύγανον (Reis, Reisig), το πελέκημα (Span, Späne)‹. Vgl. Paul. ex Fest. 84, 17. Serv. Verg. Aen. 1, 176.

    lateinisch-deutsches > fomes

  • 4 fomes

    fōmes, itis, m. (foveo), I) die Nahrung des Feuers, der Zündstoff, Zunder, Verg., Plin. u.a. – übtr., ingenii, Gell.: insaniae, Augustin.: peccati, Prud. – II) die Wärme, intepuit fomite fumeo, Prud. c. Symm. 1. praef. 25. – Gloss. u. Auct. inc. de idiot. gen. 578, 64 K. ›fomes u. fomis, το φρύγανον (Reis, Reisig), το πελέκημα (Span, Späne)‹. Vgl. Paul. ex Fest. 84, 17. Serv. Verg. Aen. 1, 176.

    Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch > fomes

  • 5 fomes

    fōmes, mitis m. [ foveo ]
    1) горючий материал, трут V, Lcn etc.
    2) перен. побудительное средство, стимул (ingenii AG; peccati Eccl)

    Латинско-русский словарь > fomes

  • 6 fōmes

        fōmes itis, m    [FAV-], kindling-wood, tinder: Rapuit in fomite flammam, V.
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    chips of wood, etc for kindling/feeding a fire

    Latin-English dictionary > fōmes

  • 7 fomes

    fomitis
    tinder

    Latin-English dictionary of medieval > fomes

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  • Fomes — Fomes …   Wikipédia en Français

  • fomes — o fómite (del lat. «fomes, ĭtis») m. *Causa que promueve o excita una cosa. ⊚ Med. Objeto, por ejemplo ropas de cama o vestidos, que puede ser portador de infección. * * * fomes. (Del lat. fomes). m. p. us. Causa que excita y promueve algo …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • FOMES — apud Macrob. Sat. l. 2. c. 8. Aestimavit fomitem esse quendam, et ignitabulum ingenii virtutisque, si mens et corpus hominis vino flagret: prorie materia est levis et arida, quo excipitur et fovetur ignis excussus, et excusus, ab ignitabulo. Et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Fomes — Fo mes (f[=o] m[=e]z), n.; pl. {Fomites} (f[o^]m [i^]*t[=e]z). [L. fomes, itis, touch wood, tinder.] (Med.) Any substance supposed to be capable of absorbing, retaining, and transporting contagious or infectious germs; as, woolen clothes are said …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fomes — (Del lat. fomes). m. p. us. Causa que excita y promueve algo …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Fomes — Fomes, Pilzgattung, s. Polyporus …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Fomes — L amadou …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fomes — noun genus of bracket fungi forming corky or woody perennial shelflike sporophores often of large size; includes some that cause destructive heartrot in trees • Syn: ↑genus Fomes • Hypernyms: ↑fungus genus • Member Holonyms: ↑Polyporaceae,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fomes — /foh meez/, n., pl. fomites /fom i teez , foh mi /. Usually, fomites. Med. any agent, as clothing or bedding, that is capable of absorbing and transmitting the infecting organism of a disease. [1650 60; < L fomes kindling wood, tinder, akin to… …   Universalium

  • fomes — brushes, dip nets and other items used in aquaculture contaminated with infectious organisms. The plural form fomites is usually used …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • fomes — Objects, such as clothing, towels, and utensils that possibly harbor a disease agent and are capable of transmitting it; usually used in the plural. SYN: fomite. [L. tinder, fr. foveo, to keep warm] * * * n. (pl. fomites) any object that is used… …   Medical dictionary