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  • 1 ad-mīror

        ad-mīror ātus, ārī, dep.,    to regard with wonder, admire: eorum ingenia, T.: illum, V.: eum in his, N.—To regard with wonder, wonder at, be astonished: stultitiam, N.: quicquam, T.: in uno homine tantam esse dissimilitudinem, etc., N.: hoc maxime te ausum esse, etc.: de multitudine indoctā: admirantium unde hoc exstitisset: admiror, quo pacto, etc., H.: admiratus sum, quod... scripsisses: admiratus cur, etc.— Pass: quo magis pravitas eorum admiranda est, S.—To gaze at passionately, strive after, desire: nihil: Nil admirari prope res est una, etc., to be excited by nothing, H.

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  • 2 adrēctus (arr-)

        adrēctus (arr-) adj. with comp.    [P. of adrigo], upright, erect, standing: constitit in digitos adrectus, V.: squamae, V.: Tollit se adrectum (equus), rears, V. — Meton., steep, precipitous: pleraque Alpium adrectiora, L.—Fig., on the stretch, excited, eager: mentes Iliadum, V.: amborum acies, V.

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  • 3 aestuō

        aestuō āvī, ātus, āre    [aestus], of fire, to rage, burn: Aestuat ignis, V. — To be warm, be hot, burn, glow: ager aestuat herbis, V.: erudire iuventutem algendo, aestuando: sub pondere, O.— Of the sea, to rise in waves, surge: Maura semper unda, H.: gurges, seethes, V.; cf. nebulā specus, i. e. smokes, V.—To undulate, swell, be tossed, heave: in ossibus umor, V.—Fig., of passion, to burn, be excited, be inflamed: aestuare illi, qui dederant pecuniam: quae cum aestuans agitaret, S.: in corde pudor, V.: rex in illā Aestuat, for her, O.— To waver, vacillate, hesitate, be in doubt: dubitatione: Aestuat et vitae disconvenit, H.
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    aestuare, aestuavi, aestuatus V INTRANS
    boil, seethe, foam; billow roll in waves; be agitated/hot; burn; waver

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  • 4 alacer

        alacer (m alacris, T., V.), cris, cre, adj. with comp.    [AL-], lively, brisk, quick, eager, excited, glad, happy: quidve es alacris? why so excited? T.: videbant Catilinam alacrem atque laetum, active and joyous: ex alacri atque laeto erat humilis atque demissus: (Dares) alacris stetit, in high spirits, V.: alacer gaudio arma capiebat, in high glee, L.: miles animis, fresh, L.: alacriores ad pugnandum, Cs.: ad rem gerendam, N.: equus, C.: clamor, L.: alacrior clamor, Ta.—Poet.: voluptas, a lively pleasure, V.
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    alacris -e, alacrior -or -us, alacerrimus -a -um ADJ
    eager, spirited, quick, brisk, active; courageous, ready; happy, cheerful

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  • 5 calēscō

        calēscō uī, —, ere, inch.    [caleo], to grow warm, be heated: calescere apricatione: unda calescit, O.—Fig., to become excited, glow, be inflamed (poet.), T.: flammā propiore, O.: agitante illo (deo), to be inspired, O.
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    calescere, -, - V
    grow warm or hot; be heated; become inflamed (w/love/lust); be inspired

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  • 6 commōtus

        commōtus adj. with comp.    [P. of commoveō], moved, excited, aroused: genus (dicendi) in agendo: animus commotior: commotius ad omnia turbanda consilium, L.
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    commota -um, commotior -or -us, commotissimus -a -um ADJ
    excited, nervous; frenzied/deranged; angry/annoyed; temperamental; tempestuous
    II
    movement; moving, agitation (L+S)

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  • 7 concitātus

        concitātus adj. with comp. and sup.    [P. of concito], rapid, swift, quick: equo concitato vehitur, at full speed, N.: quam concitatissimos equos inmittere, L.: conversio caeli concitatior.—Fig., roused, excited, vehement, ardent: contio: concitatior clamor, L.
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    concitata -um, concitatior -or -us, concitatissimus -a -um ADJ
    fast/rapid; roused/vehement/violent (emotions); passionate, energetic; excited
    II

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  • 8 effervēscō

        effervēscō ferbuī, —, ere    [ex + fervesco], inch, to boil up, boil over: aquae effervescunt ignibus.—Fig., to ferment, effervesce, rage: undae comitiorum ut mare: si cui nimium efferbuisse videtur huius vis: incautius, Ta. — To light up, glow: Sidera toto caelo, O.
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    effervescere, efferbui, - V
    boil up, seethe; effervesce; become greatly excited

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  • 9 excitātus

        excitātus adj. with comp.    [P. of excito], lively, vehement, excited: sonus: clamor excitatior, L.: fortuna, rising.

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  • 10 ex-tendō

        ex-tendō tendī, tentus or tēnsus, ere,    to stretch out, spread out, extend: extensis digitis: Buten harenā, stretch prostrate, V.: capita tignorum, Cs.: Maiores pennas nido, H.: aciem latius, Cu.: labellum, pout, Iu.: gladios, forge, Iu.: Iussit extendi campos, spread, O.: toto ingens extenditur antro, V.: per extentum funem posse ire, on a tight rope, i. e. to perform dexterous feats, H. — Fig., to extend, increase, enlarge, lengthen, spread: agros, H.: famam factis, V.: nomen in ultimas oras, H.: cupiditatem gloriae, L.: extentis itineribus, by forced marches, L.: cursūs, proceed, V.: faenus in usuras, i. e. compound interest, Ta.—To exert, strain: se magnis itineribus, Cs.: se supra vires, L.: magis ille extenditur, is excited, Iu.—To extend, prolong, continue, spend, pass: curas venientem in annum, V.: luctūs in aevom, O.: extento aevo vivere, H.: non longius quam... extendi, last, L.

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  • 11 flagrō

        flagrō āvī, āturus, āre    [2 FLAG-], to flame, blaze, burn: flagrantes onerariae: crinemque flagrantem Excutere, V.: Flagrabant ignes, O.—Fig., to be inflamed with passion, blaze, glow, be excited, be stirred: flagrabant vitia libidinis apud illum: ut cuiusque studium flagrabat, S.: homo flagrans cupiditate gloriae, fired: pugnandi cupiditate, N.: immortalitatis amore: Italia flagratura bello: convivia quae flagitiis flagrabunt: flagrabant vitia apud illum: flagrante etiam tum libertate, Ta.— To be afflicted, be vexed, suffer: invidiā: rumore malo, H.
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    flagrare, flagravi, flagratus V
    be on fire; blaze, flame, burn; be inflamed/excited

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  • 12 īrācundia

        īrācundia ae, f    [iracundus], a proneness to anger, hasty temper, irascibility: permitto aliquid iracundiae tuae.—Anger, wrath, rage, passion, violence: prae iracundiā non sum apud me, T.: cotidie aliquid iracundiae remittebat: suam rei p. dimittere, sacrifice to the state, Cs.: iracundiā exardescere: indiligentiae suae ac doloris, excited by, Cs.: sine iracundiā dico omnia, dispassionately: iracundiae inplacabiles.
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    irascibility; passion

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  • 13 mōlior

        mōlior ītus, īrī, dep.    [moles], to make exertion, exert oneself, endeavor, struggle, strive, toil: in demoliendo signo: Dum moliuntur annus est, T.— To labor upon, set in motion, work, ply: nulla opera: validam in vitīs bipennem, wield, V.: ancoras, weigh anchor, L.: terram aratro, till, V.: portas, try, L.: clausum aditum domūs, Cu.: habenas, guide, V.: fulmina dextra, hurl, V.— To set out, start, depart: dum (naves) moliuntur a terrā, L. — To set in motion, bestir, rouse, cause to remove, displace, start: montes suā sede, L.: classem, V.: corpora ex somno, L.— To build, make, erect, construct: muros, V.: atrium, H.: locum, prepares, V.—Fig., to endeavor to do, undertake, attempt, set about, be busy with: multa simul, S.: ea, quae agant, cum labore operoso, perform: (hasta) viam clipei molita per oras, made its way, V.: inde datum molitur iter, V.: animum, form, O.: laborem, undertake, V.: aliquid calamitatis filio, contrive: pestem patriae nefarie: insidias avibus, lay snares, V.: triumphos, O.: moram, occasion, V.: de occupando regno moliens, striving to usurp: apud iudices oratione molienda sunt amor, odium, etc., are to be excited: fidem moliri coepit, disturb, L.: redire molientem (Antonium) reppulistis: Reicere vestem molibar, O.: adversus fortunam, to struggle, Ta.: consiliis res externas, Ta.
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    moliri, molitus sum V DEP
    struggle, labor, labor at; construct, build; undertake, set in motion, plan

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  • 14 percitus

        percitus adj.    [P. of per-cieo], greatly moved, roused, stimulated, excited: re atroci, T.: illud animo percito facere.— Excitable: ingenium, L.

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  • 15 prūriō

        prūriō —, —, īre    [PVR-], to itch: si prurit ocelli Angulus, Iu.— To be wanton, make a wanton display, Ct., Iu.
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    prurire, -, - V
    itch, tingle (in anticipation); be sexually excited, have sexual craving

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  • 16 quaerō

        quaerō sīvī, sītus, ere    [QVAES-], to seek, look for: quaerenti (deae) defuit orbis, O.: te ipsum quaerebam, was looking for, T.: suos notos, Cs.: ab ostio quaerens Ennium, asking for: cum praetor quaereretur: quem quaeritis, adsum, V.: liberi ad necem quaerebantur: escam in sterquilinio, Ph.: per imas Quaerit iter vallīs (Ufens), V.: cauda colubrae... moriens dominae vestigia quaerit, O.— To seek to obtain, look for, strive for, seek: sibi alium imperatorem, S.: in regnum quaeritur heres, V.: milites ducem quaerentes: in eum invidia quaesita est, i. e. prejudice is excited: ad ornatum ludorum aurum: regia potestas hac lege quaeritur: ne quaeratur latebra periurio: voce pericula, provoke, O.: defensorem suae salutis eum.—With inf, to seek, strive, endeavor, ask: ne quaere doceri Quam poenam, etc., V.: Antequam... speciosa quaero Pascere tigrīs, i. e. let me rather, H.: classibus advehebantur, qui mutare sedes quaerebant, Ta.— To strive to gain, earn, win by effort, acquire: Conserva, quaere, parce, T.: Quaerit ac timet uti, H.: victum volgo, T.: confiteri sibi quaesito opus esse, that he must earn something.—To feel the want of, miss, lack: Siciliam in uberrimā Siciliae parte: ne ille saepe Persas et Indos quaesisset, L.: quaerit Boeotia Dircen, O.— To ask, desire, require, demand, need, call for: quid sibi hic vestitus quaerit? i. e. what do you mean by? T.: collis pauca munimenta quaerebat, S.: qui tumultus dictatoriam maiestatem quaesisset, made necessary, L.: nego esse quicquam, quod cuiusquam oratoris eloquentiam quaereret: quaeris ut suscipiam cogitationem, quidnam istis agendum putem.—Fig., to seek mentally, think over, meditate, aim at, plan, devise, find: consilium, T.: quonam modo maxime ulti sanguinem nostrum pereamus, S.: remedium: rationes eas, quae ex coniecturā pendent.— To seek to learn, make inquiry, ask, inquire, interrogate: item alio die Quaerebam, T.: quaerendo cognoveram: vide, quaere, circumspice!: quaesiturus, unum caelum esset an innumerabilia: Naturā fieret laudabile carmen, an arte, Quaesitum est, has been made a question, H.: cum ab iis saepius quaereret, made inquiries, Cs.: quaero abs te nunc, Hortensi, cum, etc.: quaesivit a medicis, quem a modum se haberet, N.: quaero de te, num, etc.: Cura tibi de quo quaerere nulla fuit, O.: in dominos quaeri de servis iniquom est, i. e. to examine under torture: quaerit ex solo ea, quae, etc., Cs.: habes, quod ex me quaesisti.— To examine, inquire into, make inquiry, investigate: coëgit consules circa fora proficisci ibique quaerere, L.: hunc abduce, vinci, quaere rem, T.: scrutatus sum quae potui et quaesivi omnia: rem illam: quorum de naturā Caesar cum quaereret, sic reperiebat, Cs.—Esp., of judicial investigation: de pecuniis repetundis: dum de patris morte quaereretur: ut veteribus legibus, tantum modo extra ordinem, quaereretur, the investigation should be made.—In parenthet. clauses, to inquire, consider: omnino, si quaeris, ludi apparatissimi: noli quaerere: ita mihi pulcher hic dies visus est, in short: si verum quaeritis, to speak the truth: si verum quaerimus.
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    quaerere, quaesivi, quaesitus V
    search for, seek, strive for; obtain; ask, inquire, demand

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  • 17 sitis

        sitis is (acc. im, no plur.), f     thirst: ardentibus siti faucibus, L.: tibi cum fauces urit sitis, H.: cum potione sitis depulsa est: ubi quarta sitim caeli conlegerit hora, excited, V.: sitim tolerare, Ta.: finire, H.: relevare, O.: deponere, O.: reprimere, Cu.: sitis arida guttur Urit, O.—Of things, dryness, drought, aridity: siti findit canis aestifer arva, V.: deserta siti regio, V.—Fig., strong desire, eagerness, greediness, thirst: cupiditatis sitis: diutina, L.: libertatis: cruoris, O.: argenti, H.: sitis maior famae quam virtutis, Iu.
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  • 18 stimulō

        stimulō āvī, ātus, āre    [stimulus], to goad, rouse, set in motion, stir, spur, incite, stimulate: stimulante fame, driven by hunger, O.: stimulante conscientiā, Cu.: avita gloria animum stimulabat, L.: stimulata pellicis irā, O.: Iurgia praecipue vino stimulata, excited, O.: ad huius salutem defendendam stimulari me: ad arma, L.: iniuriae dolor in Tarquinium eos stimulabat, L.: me, ut caverem, etc.: eodem metu stimulante, ne moraretur, Cu.: Festinare fugam... iterum stimulat, V.— To goad, torment, vex, trouble, plague, disquiet, disturb: te conscientiae stimulant maleficiorum tuorum: consulem cura de filio stimulabat, L.
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    stimulare, stimulavi, stimulatus V
    urge forward with a goad, torment,"sting"; incite, rouse to frenzy

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  • 19 tripudium

        tripudium ī, n    [ter+4 PV-].—In religious service, a measured stamping, leaping, jumping, dancing, exultant dance, solemn dance: per urbem ire cum tripudiis sollemnique saltatu, L.: cantūs et ululatūs et tripudia, L.—In augury, the excited stamping of the sacred chickens when fed, L.
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    solemn ritual dance (to Mars); favorable omen when sacred chickens ate greedily

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  • 20 tumeō

        tumeō —, —, ēre    [1 TV-], to swell, be swollen, be tumid, puff out, be inflated: corpus tumet veneno, O.: pedes, V.: gemma in tenero palmite, O.: multo sacci hordeo, Ph.: cuius aceto tumes? Iu. —Fig., to swell, be swollen, be excited, be violent, rage: sapientis animus numquam tumet: multis gentibus irā tumentibus, L.: pectus anhelum, Et rabie fera corda tument, V.: tument negotia, are in a ferment: Bella tument, O.— To be puffed up, swell: Tumens graculus superbiā, Ph.: longā serie Caesarum, Ta.: alto stemmate, Iu.: Laudis amore tumes, H.—Of language, to be pompous, be bombastic, Ta.
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    tumere, -, - V
    swell, become inflated; be puffed up; be bombastic; be swollen with conceit

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См. также в других словарях:

  • excited — excited; un·excited; pho·to·excited; …   English syllables

  • excited — index eager, ecstatic, fervent, frenetic, restive, vehement Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • excited — 1650s, magnetically or electrically stimulated; modern sense of agitated attested 1855; pp. adj. from EXCITE (Cf. excite). Related: Excitedly …   Etymology dictionary

  • excited — [adj] inspired; upset aflame, agitated, animated, annoyed, aroused, awakened, beside oneself*, charged, delighted, discomposed, disconcerted, disturbed, eager, enthusiastic, feverish, fired up*, frantic, high*, hot*, hot and bothered*,… …   New thesaurus

  • excited — [ek sīt′id, ik sīt′id] adj. 1. emotionally aroused; agitated 2. Physics in a state of excitation excitedly adv …   English World dictionary

  • excited */*/ — UK [ɪkˈsaɪtɪd] / US [ɪkˈsaɪtəd] adjective Collocations: Excited describes how you feel: I m excited about my holiday. ♦ She didn t seem very excited. Exciting describes things or situations that make you feel excited: I find circuses very… …   English dictionary

  • excited — ex|cit|ed [ıkˈsaıtıd] adj 1.) happy, interested, or hopeful because something good has happened or will happen ▪ Steve flies home tomorrow we re all really excited. excited about ▪ Maria s starting to get pretty excited about the wedding. excited …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • excited — ex|cit|ed [ ık saıtəd ] adjective ** 1. ) very happy and enthusiastic because something good is going to happen, especially when this makes you unable to relax: I was so excited I couldn t sleep. excited by: Excited by the news, Marie phoned her… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • excited — adjective 1 happy, interested, or hopeful because something good has happened or will happen: Steve s flying home tomorrow we re all really excited. | excited crowds of shoppers (+ about): The kids are so excited about Christmas. (+ by): We were… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • excited — adj. 1) excited about, at, over (to get excited about smt.) 2) excited to + inf. (she was excited to learn the news) * * * [ɪk saɪtɪd] at over (to get excited about smt.) excited about excited to + inf. (she was excited to learn the news) excited …   Combinatory dictionary

  • excited — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, seem, sound ▪ become, get, grow ▪ get sb …   Collocations dictionary

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