languescere

languescere
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  • paresseux — Paresseux, Deses, Ignauus, Piger, Reses, Segnis, Lapis homo, Discinctus, Desidiosus, Lentus. Fort paresseux, Persegnis. Devenir paresseux, Aller laschement, Pigrescere. Devenir paresseux de force de vieillesse, Languescere senectute. Devenir… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • languish — I verb ail, become disheartened, become ill, become weak, collapse, decay, decline, despair, despond, deteriorate, droop, drop, ebb, fade, fail, fail in health, fall ill, fall sick, flag, fret, go into a decline, grieve, grow weak, lament,… …   Law dictionary

  • LYCHNUS — apud Mart. l. 4. Epigr. 90. cuius Epigraphe de rusticatione. v. 8. Dum parvus lychnus modicum consumat olivi, ex Graeco λύχνος, lucerna est. Alias Luctat. Placid. Grammaticus, ad Stat. Theb. l. 1. v. 520. Ast alii tenebras et opacam vincere… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ՀԻՒԱՆԴԱՑՈՒՑԱՆԵՄ — (ցուցի.) NBH 2 0100 Chronological Sequence: Early classical, 12c ն. μαλακύνω languescere facio. Տալ հիւանդանալ. խօթացուցանել. տկարացուցանել. *Հիւանդացոյց զսիրտ իմ. Յոբ. ՟Ի՟Գ. 16: *Գիտէր զախտարար պատճառս պատերազմին, որ գիտէ հիւանդացուցանել… …   հայերեն բառարան (Armenian dictionary)

  • defaillir — Defaillir, Languescere, Deficere. Defaillir et se passer, Exolescere, Rarescere. Defaillir et ne pouvoir fournir à la peine, Fatiscere. Defaillir à faire son debvoir, et respondre à la bonne volonté de la Seigneurie de sa ville, Studia ciuium… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • langueur — Langueur, Languor. Langueur et defaillance, Marcor. Mettre en langueur, Languorem afferre. Qui est en langueur et n a point de vertu, Euanidus. Venir en langueur, Languescere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • languish — [laŋ′gwish] vi. [ME languishen < extended stem of OFr languir < L languescere < languere, to be weary: see LANGUID] 1. to lose vigor or vitality; fail in health; become weak; droop 2. to live under distressing conditions; continue in a… …   English World dictionary

  • languescent — (ˈ)laŋ|gwesənt adjective Etymology: Latin languescent , languescens, present participle of languescere to become faint, incho. of languēre to be faint more at slack : becoming languid or fatigued …   Useful english dictionary

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