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  • Aversus — (Bot.), abgewendet; im Gegensatz zu Adversus, zugewendet …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • avieso — (Del lat. aversus, apartado, opuesto.) ► adjetivo 1 Que es malvado y retorcido: ■ se incorporó al proyecto con aviesas intenciones. SINÓNIMO maligno 2 Que está torcido. * * * avieso, a (del lat. «aversus») 1 adj. *Torcido. 2 (gralm. yuxtapuesto)… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • averso — averso, a (del lat. «aversus») 1 (ant.) adj. *Contrario u opuesto. 2 (ant.) *Maligno. * * * averso, sa. (Del lat. aversus). adj. ant. Opuesto y contrario. || 2. ant. Malo, perverso …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • AVERSUM Astrum — apud Virg. Georgic. l. 1. v. 217. Candiilus auratis aperit cum cornibus annum Taurus, et averso cedens canis occidit astro; de Argo dicitur, quae instat et incumbit Cani occidenti, ntpote extremae eius caudae iuncta. Puppe enim trahitur, non… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Averse — A*verse , a. [L. aversus, p. p. of avertere. See {Avert}.] 1. Turned away or backward. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The tracks averse a lying notice gave, And led the searcher backward from the cave. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. Having a repugnance or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • averse — adjective Etymology: Latin aversus, past participle of avertere Date: 1597 having an active feeling of repugnance or distaste usually used with to < averse to strenuous exercise > Synonyms: see disinclined • aversely …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • averse — aversely, adv. averseness, n. /euh verrs /, adj. having a strong feeling of opposition, antipathy, repugnance, etc.; opposed: He is not averse to having a drink now and then. [1590 1600; ( < MF) < L aversus turned away, averted (ptp. of avertere) …   Universalium

  • Doctrine of the Atonement —     Doctrine of the Atonement     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Doctrine of the Atonement     The word atonement, which is almost the only theological term of English origin, has a curious history. The verb atone , from the adverbial phrase at one (M …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Octomylodon — †Octomylodon …   Wikipédia en Français

  • averse — I adjective adverse, alienus, antagonistic, antipathetic, aversus, disinclined, disliking, hostile, indisposed, inimical, loath, opposed, reluctant, repelled, repugnant, revolted, undesirous, unfavorable, unwilling II index antipathetic …   Law dictionary

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