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DEFINICIJA
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ETIMOLOGIJA
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  • LÜCÜM — (Licâm. C.) Gemler, at dizginleri …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • COERCERE Lucum — vide infra Coinquere …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • EXCELSA — in quibus Israelitae idolis suis sacra fecêre, hanc habuêre originem. Antiquitus Gentiles, non solum nulla habuêre templa, in quibus sacra peragerent, sed nec exstruere illa licitum esse credebant: quod enim Soli, quem pro Deorum sum mum habuêre …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • LUCUS — I. LUCUS castellum Salyorum, in dioec. Arelatensi. Item in Provincia, prope Brinoniam, prunis suis celebris, Brignole. Hadr. Vales. Not. Gall. II. LUCUS improprie de fruiticetis et arbustis, ut apud Solin. c. 35. ubi balsami lucos memorat, quod… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • List of Caribbean idiophones — This is a list of idiophones used in the Caribbean music area, used in the Caribbean music area, including the islands of the Caribbean Sea, as well as the musics of Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana, Belize, Garifuna music, and Bermuda. List of… …   Wikipedia

  • LUCI — an per ἀντίφρασιν, quod minime luceant, caedere enim illos nefas. an potius, quia perpetuis sacrificiorum ignibus colluceant? dicti, antiquissimis tempotibus philosophandi loca erant, unde Abrahmum, iuxta Beersabae fontes plantasse sibi Lucos et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • MONS Seleuci — Antonino memoratus, locus est Galliae Narbonensis in Delphinatu; inter Vapincum Urbem 23. et Lucum oppid. 6. mill. pass. occurrens, Ferrar Baudrando est Montmaur, oppid. Delphinatûs, intra montes, 10. milliar. a Vapinco in Occasum, Lucum versus,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ROBIGUS — Deus apud Romanos, qui robiginem a segete averruncare credebatur, teste Varrone de L. L. l. 5. memoratur A. Gellio, l. 5. c. 12. his verbis: In istis autem Diis, quos placari oportet, uti mala a nobis vel a frugibus natis amoveantur, Averruncus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Diana (mythology) — Ancient Roman religion Marcus Aurelius (head covered) sacrificing at the Temple of Jupiter …   Wikipedia

  • Diana Nemorensis — An 18th century depiction of Lake Nemi as painted by John Robert Cozens Diana Nemorensis,[1] Diana of Nemi also known as “Diana of the Wood”, was an Italic form of the goddess who became Hellenised during the fourth century BCE and conflated with …   Wikipedia


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