afflictare


afflictare
= Affligere s. 1. afflictari injuriis (1. 2. C. Th. 10, 4);

Латинско-русский словарь к источникам римского права. Изд. 2-е, дополненное. - Варшава, Типография К. Ковалевского. . 1896.

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  • tormenter — Tormenter, Torquere, Cruciatu accipere, Angere, Vexare, Conuexare, Diuexare, Exercere, Cruciare, Affligere. Fort tormenter, Excruciare, Percruciare, Perexcruciare, Afflictare. Griefvement tormenter, harceler, tempester, Vexare. Tormenter et… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • afflict — [14] When it originally entered English, afflict meant ‘overthrow’, reflecting its origins in Latin afflīgere ‘throw down’, a compound verb formed from the prefix ad ‘to’ and flīgere ‘strike’. English afflict comes either from the Latin past… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • afflict — (v.) late 14c., to cast down, from O.Fr. aflicter, from L. afflictare to damage, harass, torment, frequentative of affligere (pp. afflictus) to dash down, overthrow, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + fligere (pp. flictus) to strike, from PIE …   Etymology dictionary

  • afflict — verb (of a problem or illness) cause pain or suffering to. Origin ME: from L. afflictare knock about, harass , or afflict , affligere knock down, weaken …   English new terms dictionary

  • afflict — ► VERB ▪ cause pain or suffering to. DERIVATIVES affliction noun. ORIGIN Latin afflictare knock about, harass , or affligere knock down, weaken …   English terms dictionary

  • affliction — afflict ► VERB ▪ cause pain or suffering to. DERIVATIVES affliction noun. ORIGIN Latin afflictare knock about, harass , or affligere knock down, weaken …   English terms dictionary

  • afflict — [14] When it originally entered English, afflict meant ‘overthrow’, reflecting its origins in Latin afflīgere ‘throw down’, a compound verb formed from the prefix ad ‘to’ and flīgere ‘strike’. English afflict comes either from the Latin past… …   Word origins

  • afflict — [ə flikt′] vt. [< L afflictare, to injure, vex < afflictus, pp. of affligere, to strike down < ad , to + fligere: see INFLICT] 1. to cause pain or suffering to; distress very much 2. Obs. to overthrow …   English World dictionary

  • afflict — v.tr. inflict bodily or mental suffering on. Phrases and idioms: afflicted with suffering from. Derivatives: afflictive adj. Etymology: ME f. L afflictare, or afflict past part. stem of affligere (as AD , fligere flict dash) …   Useful english dictionary


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