exstare

exstare
index exist, extant

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  • Extant — Ex tant, a. [L. extans, antis, or exstans, antis, p. pr. of extare, exstare, to stand out or forth; ex out + stare to stand: cf. F. extant. See {Stand}.] 1. Standing out or above any surface; protruded. [1913 Webster] That part of the teeth which …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • extant — adjective Etymology: Latin exstant , exstans, present participle of exstare to stand out, be in existence, from ex + stare to stand more at stand Date: 1545 1. archaic standing out or above 2. a. currently or actually existing < the most charming …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • extant — /ek steuhnt, ik stant /, adj. 1. in existence; still existing; not destroyed or lost: There are only three extant copies of the document. 2. Archaic. standing out; protruding. [1535 45; < L ex(s)tant (s. of ex(s)tans) standing out, prp. of… …   Universalium

  • exist — I verb be, be alive, be in effect, be in present force, breathe, come into existence, continue, continue to be, continue to live, endure, esse, exsistere, exstare, go on, have being, have existence, have life, inhere, last, live, live on, persist …   Law dictionary

  • extant — I adjective alive, current, currently existing, existent, existing, exstare, in being, in current use, in existence, living, not extinct, not lost, present, standing, still existing, still to be found, subsistent, surviving, undestroyed, visible… …   Law dictionary

  • ABBARUS — Sollemne Regibus Arabum nomen, ut Ptolemaeus Aegyptiis. Alii et Graeci Habent Acbarus. Ursinus prodit in numismate aereo Gordiani Pii Imp. exstare Α῎βγαρος Βασιλἐυς in cuius numismatis alterâ parte caput ipsius regis diadematum cum titulo… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ANTONINUS — I. ANTONINUS Archiepiscopus Florentinus eruditione et virtute insignis, legationibus ad varios Pontisices obitis, obiit A. C. 1459. Ab Adriano 6. inter Sanctos esse iuslus, A. C. 1523. Scripsit Summam Theologiae, varia ascetica, et historiam… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • CACCABE — olim Carthago sic dicta. Stephanus in Καρχηδών. Ε᾿καλε̑ιτο δὴ καὶ Κακκάβη. τούτῳ δὲ κατα την` οἰκείαν αὐτῶν λέξιν, τππου κεφαλὴ δηλοῦται. Hîc autem Graeci videntur, peregrinae linguae vocem ad suam accommodâsse, sed ita ut facili negotiô possit… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • GALLICA — auctore A. Gell. l. 13. c. 21. verbum novum, non diu ante aetatem M. Ciceronis usurpari coeptum: genus quoddam calceamenti fuit, pedibus muniendis institutum, viatorium potius, quam utbanum. Unde eius usum intra urbem in Antonio damnavit Cic. et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • HERTHUS et HERTUS — Suevotum et Borealium Germanorum olim Dea: ut et corum Anglorum, qui, cum Saxonibus Britanniâ occupata, nomen ei suum indidêrunt. Cultum et im manitatem deae refert Tac. de Germ. morib. c. 40. ubi Herthum Terram Matrem interpretatur, inque inque… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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