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inspiration

  • 1 adflātus (aff-)

        adflātus (aff-) ūs, m    [ad-flo], a blowing on, breeze, blast, breath: ex terrā: vaporis, L: adflatu nocent, by the effluvia, O.: frondes adflatibus (apri) ardent, by his breath, O.—Fig., inspiration: divinus: furoris.

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  • 2 Bacchus

        Bacchus ī, m, Βάκχοσ, the son of Jupiter and Semele, the god of wine, of intoxication and inspiration.—Hence, the cry or invocation to Bacchus (Io Bacche!): audito Baccho, V.—The vine: Bacchus amat colles, V.: fertilis, H. — Wine: multo hilarans convivia Baccho, V.: verecundus, in moderation, H.: pocula Bacchi, V.
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    I
    kind of sea-fish (myxon L+S)
    II
    Bacchus, god of wine/vine; the vine, wine

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  • 3 cupīdō

        cupīdō inis, f (poet. also m)    [CVP-], a desire, wish, longing, eagerness, passion: cepit me proloqui: urbis condendae, L.: somni, S.: gloriae, S.: cupidinibus statuere modum, H.: si vobis cupido Certa sequi, resolve, V.—Excessive desire, passion, greed: sordidus, H.: Responsare cupidinibus Fortis, H.: honoris, S.: praedae caeca, O.: (oppidi) potiundi, S.: (rerum) inmodica, L.: ferri, passion for bloodshed, V.: an sua cuique deus fit dira cupido, his inspiration, V.—Love, desire, lust: turpis, V.: visae virginis, O.: femineus, for a woman, O.: muliebris, Ta.
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    I
    desire/love/wish/longing (passionate); lust; greed, appetite; desire for gain
    II
    Cupid, son of Venus; personification of carnal desire

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  • 4 dīvīnātiō

        dīvīnātiō ōnis, f    [divino], miraculous knowledge, prophetic inspiration, foresight, divination: ut nihil divinatione opus sit: quantae divinationis est, scire, etc.: si divinatio appellanda est bonitas, N. — In law, a proceeding to determine who shall conduct a prosecution.
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    predicting; divination; prophecy; prognostication

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  • 5 dīvīnē

        dīvīnē adv. with comp.    [divinus], by divine inspiration, prophetically: plura praesensa. — Admirably, divinely.

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  • 6 dīvīnitus

        dīvīnitus adv.    [divinus], from heaven, by a god, by divine influence, from a deity, by inspiration: alqd factum: super ripas Tiberis effusus, L.: multa providi: illis Ingenium (datum), V. — Divinely, admirably, excellently: iura comparata.
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    from heaven, by a god, by divine influence/inspiration; divinely, admirable

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  • 7 fatuus

        fatuus adj.    [fatus], speaking by inspiration ; hence, insane, foolish, silly, simple: fatuus est, insulsus, T.: fatuus et amens es: monitor: bipennis, clumsy, Iu.—As subst m.: fatuos non invenit, fools, Iu.
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    fatua, fatuum ADJ
    foolish, silly; idiotic
    II

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  • 8 furibundus

        furibundus adj.    [FVR-], raging, mad, furious: homo: taurus, O.: latronis impetūs: Dido, V.— Filled with prophetic inspiration, inspired: vatum praedictiones: Sibylla, O.
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    furibunda, furibundum ADJ
    raging, mad, furious; inspired

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  • 9 furor

        furor ōris, m    [furo], a raving, rage, madness, fury, passion: cuius furor consederit: Ira furor brevis est, H.: furore impulsus, Cs.: Catilinae, S.: Iuno acta furore, V.: se comitem illius furoris praebuit: iam hic conticescet furor, excitement, L.: civilis, dissension, H.: multitudinis: simplexne furor (est) Perdere? etc., is it not worse than folly? Iu.: Mille puellarum furores, passions for, H.: ut tibi sim furor, a cause of anger, Pr.: maris, rage, Tb.: caeli, Ct.— Prophetic frenzy, inspiration: ea (praesagitio) furor appellatur: Ut cessit furor, V.: vaticinos concepit mente furores, O.— Passionate love, eager desire: caeca furore, Ct.: equarum, V.: mille puellarum furores, H.— A loved one, flame: sive mihi Phyllis esset Seu quicumque furor, V.—Person., the god of madness, Rage: inpius, V.
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    I
    furari, furatus sum V DEP
    steal; plunder
    II
    madness, rage, fury, frenzy; passionate love

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  • 10 īnflātus

        īnflātus ūs, m    [inflo], a blowing in, blast: (tibiae) si inflatum non recipiunt: primo inflatu tibicinis.—Fig., a breathing into, inspiration: divinus.
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    inflata -um, inflatior -or -us, inflatissimus -a -um ADJ
    inflated, puffed up; bombastic; turgid

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  • 11 īnsānia

        īnsānia ae, f    [insanus], unsoundness of mind, madness, frenzy, folly, senselessness: haec ad insaniam concupiverat, madly: adigis me ad insaniam, T.: quae tanta insania, cives? V.: summa, H.: nudus agas, minus est insania turpis, Iu.: hominum pugnandi cupidorum insaniae.—Person.: trepido voltu, O.—Fig., madness, excess, extravagance: libidinum: quam ab sano initio res in hanc insaniam venerit, L.: mota vino, O.— Poetic enthusiasm, inspiration: amabilis, H.
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    insanity, madness; folly, mad extravagance

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  • 12 īnstinctus

        īnstinctus    P. of instinguo.
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    instincta, instinctum ADJ
    roused, fired; infuriated
    II
    inspiration; instigation

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  • 13 (īnstinctus

       (īnstinctus ūs), m    [instinguo], instigation (only abl sing.): instinctu divino, by inspiration.

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  • 14 mōtus

        mōtus ūs, m    [1 MV-], a moving, motion: caeli signorumque motūs: motūs astrorum ignoro, Iu.: futuri, departure, V.: crebri terrae, i. e. earthquakes, Cu.— Artistic movement, gesticulation, dancing: corporis: haud indecoros motūs more Tusco dabant, gesticulated, L.: Ionici, dances, H.: Cereri dare motūs, dance, V.: palaestrici, of wrestlers: celeri motu et difficili uti, gestures (of orators): instabilem motum habere, Cs.—Fig., a movement, change: motūs fortunae, Cs.— An impulse, emotion, affection, passion, agitation, disturbance, inspiration: motūs animorum duplices sunt: dulcem motum adferre sensibus, sensation: divino concita motu, O.— A political movement, sudden rising, tumult, commotion: in Apuliā motus erat, S.: repentini Galliae motūs, Cs.: Catilinae: servilis, insurrection, L.: in re p., change: civicus, H.
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    movement, motion; riot, commotion, disturbance; gesture; emotion

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  • 15 oestrus

        oestrus ī, m, οἶστροσ, a gad-fly, horse-fly, breese, V.—Frenzy, inspiration, enthusiasm, Iu.
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  • 16 premō

        premō essī, essus, ere    [PREM-], to press: ad pectora natos, V.: anguem humi, to tread on, V.: membra paterna rotis, i. e. drove her chariot over the body, O.: trabes Premunt columnas, press upon, H.: ubera plena, i. e. milk, O.: frena manu, grasp, O.: dente frena, champ, O.: grana ore suo, chew, O.: presso molari, with compressed teeth, Iu.: pressum lac, i. e. cheese, V.: quod surgente die mulsere, Nocte premunt, make into cheese, V.: litus, hug the shore, H.— To press out, express, obtain by pressing: pressa tuis balanus capillis, i. e. balsam, H.: oleum, express, H.— To press upon, lie on, rest on, be upon: humum, O.: toros, O.: hoc quod premis habeto, O.: pharetram cervice, O.— To cover, bury, suppress, hide: alqd terrā, H.: Omne lucrum tenebris premebat humus, O.: ossa male pressa, i. e. buried, O.: Conlectum sub naribus ignem, repressing (of a horse), V.— To cover, crown, adorn: ut premerer sacrā lauro, H.: Fronde crinem, V.— To press hard, bear upon, crowd, throng, pursue closely: Hac fugerent Grai, premeret Troiana iuventus, thronged, V.: Hinc Rutulus premit, V.: hostīs ex loco superiore, Cs.: naves cum adversarios premerent acrius, N.: Trīs famulos, i. e. kill., V.: ad retia cervom, chase, V.— To press down, burden, load, freight: Nescia quem premeret, on whose back she sat, O.: pressae carinae, loaded, V.— To press down, depress, cause to sink: sors, quae tollit eosdem, Et premit, O.: mundus ut ad Scythiam Consurgit, premitur, etc., is depressed, V.: dentīs in vite, O.: presso sub vomere, V.: cubito remanete presso, i. e. rest on your couches, H.— To mark, impress: littera articulo pressa tremente, written, O.: multā via pressa rotā, O.— To set out, plant: virgulta per agros, V.: pressae propaginis arcūs, layers, V.— To press down, make deep, impress: vestigio leviter presso: sulcum, draw a furrow, V.: cavernae in altitudinem pressae, Cu.— To press close, compress, close, shut: oculos, V.: fauces, O.: laqueo collum, strangle, H.: praecordia senis, stop the breath, Iu.: quibus illa premetur Per somnum digitis, choked, Iu. — To shorten, keep down, prune: falce vitem, H.: luxuriem falce, O.— To check, arrest: vestigia, V. — To visit frequently, frequent: forum.—Fig., to press, be pressing, burden, oppress, overwhelm, weigh down: necessitas eum premebat: aerumnae, quae me premunt, S.: pressus gravitate soporis, O.: aere alieno premi, Cs.: premi periculis.— To press, press upon, urge, drive, importune, pursue, press hard: cum a me premeretur: Criminibus premunt veris, urge, O.: a plerisque ad exeundum premi, to be importuned, N.: Numina nulla premunt, V.: (deus) Os rabidum fingit premendo, i. e. by his inspiration, V.— To follow up, press home, urge, dwell upon: argumentum etiam atque etiam: (vocem) pressit, i. e. laid to heart, V.— To cover, hide, conceal: dum nocte premuntur, V.: iam te premet nox, H.— To lower, pull down, humble, degrade, disparage, depreciate: premebat eum factio, kept him down, L.: hunc prensantem premebat nobilitas, opposed his candidacy, L.: arma Latini, V.: opuscula (opp. laudet ametque), H.— To compress, abridge, condense: haec Zeno sic premebat.— To check, arrest, repress, restrain: cursum ingeni tui, Brute, premit haec clades: vocem, to be silent, V. — To surpass, exceed, overshadow: Facta premant annos, O.: ne prisca vetustas Laude pudicitiae saecula nostra premat, O.— To keep down, rule: ventos imperio, V.: Mycenas servitio, V.
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    premere, pressi, pressus V
    press, press hard, pursue; oppress; overwhelm

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  • 17 rabiēs

        rabiēs —, em, e, f    [RAB-], rage, madness, frenzy: velut iniectā rabie ad arma ituri, L.: Statque canum rabie (Scylla), i. e. canibus rabidis, O.—Fig., violent passion, extreme excitement, rage, anger, fury, fierceness, eagerness: huius rabies quae dabit, i. e. what he will do in his furious love, T.: sine rabie: Archilochum proprio rabies armavit iambo, H.: civica, the fury of civil war, H.: edendi, V.: Et rabie fera corda tument, i. e. inspiration, V.: fatalis temporis, L.: ventorum, O.: Canis, fierce heat, H.: ventris, i. e. ravenous hunger, V.
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  • 18 (respīrātus

        (respīrātus ūs), m    [respiro], an inhalation, inspiration: qui (pulmones) in respiratu dilatant.

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  • 19 sacrum

        sacrum ī, n    [sacer], something consecrated, a holy thing, sacred vessel, sacred utensil, holy place, sanctuary, temple: sacrum qui clepsit rapsitque: metuens velut contingere sacrum, H.: arma conici in acervum iussit sacrumque id Volcano cremavit, L.: pyrā sacri sub imagine factā, O.: sacra ex aedibus suis eripuisse, sacred vessels: Iunonis sacra ferre, H.: cumque suis penetralia sacris, i. e. the Penates, O.— A sacred act, religious rite, act of worship, sacrifice, religious service: Graecum illud sacrum monstrare: neve initianto Graeco sacro, according to the Grecian rites: Cereris sacrum Volgare arcanae, H.: pueri Sacra canunt, sacred songs, V.: sacris pontifices quinque praefecit: sacra diis aliis Albano ritu facit, L.: Orphica, festival: Bacchica, O.: Arcana sacra, H.— Plur, divine worship, religion: Sabinos in civitatem ascivit, sacris communicatis: religio sacrorum.— Private religious rites, gentile rites, family worship (peculiar to a gens or family, and preserved by tradition): sacra privata perpetua manento: gentilicia, L.: amissis sacris paternis: iugalia, marriage solemnities, O.— A secret, mystery: mihi iam puero caelestia sacra placebant, poetic inspiration, O.: Sacra tori, O.
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    sacrifice; sacred vessel; religious rites (pl.)

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  • 20 spīritus

        spīritus ūs, m    [cf. spiro], a breathing, breath: anima ducta est spiritu: aër spiritu ductus: neque habet quas ducat spiritus auras, O.: spiritum includere, suffocate, L.: ut nihil sit ne spiritu quidem minimo brevius, etc., i. e. not an instant: latere petitus imo spiritus, i. e. a sigh, H.: si spiritum ducit, vivit: usque ad extremum spiritum: filiorum postremum spiritum ore excipere.— A gentle breath, breeze: Aram, quam flatu permulcet spiritus austri, C. poët.: Boreae, V.— The air: quid est tam commune quam spiritus vivis?: diffunditur spiritus per arterias.—Fig., of a god, breath, inspiration: uno divino spiritu contineri, by a divine inspiration: Spiritum Phoebus mihi dedit, H.— The breath of life, life: eum spiritum, quem naturae debeat, patriae reddere: extremum spiritum in victoriā effundere: dum spiritus hos regit artūs, V.: surget spiritus in lacrimis, a sigh, Pr. — Disposition, spirit, character: avidum domando spiritum, i. e. covetousness, H.: qui spiritus illi, V.: hostilīs spiritūs gerens, L.— Spirit, high spirit, energy, courage, haughtiness, pride, arrogance.— Sing. (in prose only gen. and abl., which are wanting in plur.): regio spiritu: illos eius spiritūs Siciliensīs quos fuisse putetis: tantum fiduciae ac spiritūs, Cs.: filia inflata muliebri spiritu, L.— Plur. (only nom. and acc.): res gestae meae... mihi nescio quos spiritūs attulerunt: magnos spiritūs in re militari sumere, Cs.: regios spiritūs repressit, N.: cum spiritūs plebs sumpsisset, L.: remittant spiritūs, comprimant animos suos: quorum se vim ac spiritūs fregisse, L.
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    breath, breathing, air, soul, life

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