S1.
S littera - sue cuiusdam potest ... (= Iulian. Tolet. ars p. 122, 196)
SA1.
Sabaa [ Saba ] - Arabia sabaa uocita ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 199, 231)
SA2.
Saba - appellata a filio C ... (Isid. etym. 14, 3, 15)
SA3.
Saba - filius Chus nepus C ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 14)
SA4.
Saba - filius Rema, per Se ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 18)
SA5.
Saba - rete ... (Greg. M. moral. 7, 30, 2)
SA6.
Sabaeo - Arabico. ... (Verg. 1, 416)
SA7.
Sabaeo ture - Arabico thure ... (Gloss.)
SA8.
Sabaei - Arabes Libaminum ... (= Verg. 8, 706 ?)
SA9.
Sabaei - gens orientalis ubi ... (= Verg. 8, 706 ?)
SA10.
Sabaei - interpretantur capt ... (Greg. M. moral. 2, 30, 13)
SA11.
Sabaei - dicti ... (Isid. etym. 9, 2, 49)
SA12.
Sabae - sirorum lingua febr ... (= Mens.)
SA13.
Sabama - interpretatur adtol ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 21)
SA14.
Sabania - sabana Graece. ... (Gloss.)
SA15.
Sabanum - grecum est. ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 26, 7)
SA16.
Sabaarim [ Sabarim ] - interpretatur circu ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. p. 58, 26)
SA17.
Sabaoth - exercitum siue uirt ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 185, 11)
SA18.
Sabaoth - Dominus uirtutum, p ... (Hier. Nom.)
SA19.
Sabaoth - nomen Domini ... (Isid. etym. 7, 1, 7–8)
R(equire)
SA20.
Sabastos - Ellenorum lingua ia ... (= Mens.)
SA21.
Sabatheni - qui nunc Astabari n ... (Isid. etym. 9, 2, 16)
SA22.
Sabbatum - septimus a dominico ... (= Isid. etym. 5, 30, 10 ; off. I, 25, 1)
SA23.
Sabbatum - ab Hebreis ex inter ... (= Isid. etym. 6, 18, 17–8 ; fid. 2, 15, 3–5 ; off. 1, 31)
SA24.
Sabatus [ subhastatus ] - an ... (Gloss.)
SA25.
Sabath - in Zacharia ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 204, 294)
SA26.
Sabe - apud Hebraeos et se ... (Hier. quaest. hebr. in gen. p. 32, 31)
SA27.
Sabelliani - ... (Isid. etym. 8, 5, 42 ; haer. 18 p. 29.11-14; etym. 8, 5, 41)
SA28.
Sabeth [ Sabech ] - uirgulti apud hebre ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 196, 173)
SA29.
Sabech - nomen uirgulti de q ... (Hier. quaest. hebr. in gen. p. 34, 3)
SA30.
Sabiatur [ sauiatur ] - osculatur ... (Abstr.)
SA31.
Sabina - genus ligni similan ...
SA32.
Sabina - que a Grecis bracio ... (med.)
SA33.
Sabini - a Sabino uocati sic ... (Isid. etym. 9, 2, 85)
SA34.
Sabinus - lapis fuscus addito ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 4, 34)
SA35.
Sabrum [ scabrum ] - asperum uel nodosum ... (Gloss.)
SA36.
Sabucus - mollis et peruia ar ... (Isid. etym. 17, 7, 59)
SA37.
Sabulum - leuissimum terre ge ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 1, 5)
SA38.
Saccatum - uinum expressum per ... (Gloss.)
SA39.
Saccatum - loquor ... (Isid. etym. 20, 3, 11)
SA40.
Saccella [ sacella ] - loca sacra. ... (Abstr.)
SA41.
Saccellum [ sacellum ] - templum. ... (= Verg. ecl. 3, 9 –llo)
SA42.
Saccellum [ sacellum ] - deorum agrestium lo ... (= Verg. ecl. 3, 9 –llo)
SA43.
Sacer - sanctus. ... (Gloss.)
SA44.
Sacer - consecratus. ... (= Abstr.)
SA45.
Sacer - religiosus, pudicus ...
SA46.
Sacer - ... (= «Abstr.»)
SA47.
Sacerdotes - ...
SA48.
Sacerdos - nomen habet conposi ... (= Isid. etym. 7, 12, 17–9 ; off. 2, 5, 1 ; 2 ; 5)
SA49.
Sacra - execranda. ... (Gloss.)
SA50.
Sacra - sacrificia. ... (Syn.)
SA51.
Sacra - sollemnia. ... (Syn.)
SA52.
Sacra - sancta. ... (Syn.)
SA53.
Sacra - religiones ... (Syn.)
SA54.
Sacra - sacrificia necessar ... (Gloss.)
SA55.
Sacrabo - consecrabo, destina ... (Verg. 6, 73)
SA56.
Sacra canunt - religiosa canunt, h ...
SA57.
Sacra fames - execrando ...
SA58.
Sacra in sede - in sacra ...
SA59.
Sacra lauro [ s. laurus? ] - quia laurus in tute ...
SA60.
Sacram effigiem - diuinam ...
SA61.
Sacramentum - est pignus sponsion ... (= Isid. etym. 5, 24, 31)
SA62.
Sacramentum - est in aliqua celeb ... (= Isid. etym. 6, 19, 39–42)
SA63.
Sacramenta - hec sunt que ... (Isid. ?)
SA64.
Sacramentum - ... (Isid. etym. 9, 3, 53)
SA65.
Sacracius [ sacratius ] - solemnius ... (Abstr.)
SA66.
Sacra - ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 4, 1)
SA67.
Sacrarium - proprie est locus t ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 5, 1–2)
SA68.
Sacrarium - ubi sunt sacra. ... (Gloss.)
SA69.
Sacrata - deo dicata. ... (= Verg. 2, 157 ?)
SA70.
Sacrata iura - sacramentum militia ... (= Verg. 2, 157)
SA71.
Sacrata iura - sacrum carmen. ... (= Abol.)
SA72.
Sacrata sede - consecrato loco. ... (Verg. A. l, 681)
SA73.
Sacrata sede - religioso loco. ... (=Abstr.)
SA74.
Sacrata arcae [ s. arce ] - religiosa loca. ... (Verg. 2, 245)
SA75.
Sacratissimorum - sanctissimorum. ...
SA76.
Sacrato templo - religioso delubro ...
SA77.
Sacrauerat - dedicauerat, consec ...
SA78.
Sacrauit - consecrauit. ...
SA79.
Sacrificat - mactat. immolat ... (Syn.)
SA80.
Sacrificat - cedit ... (Syn.)
SA81.
Sacrificat - propitat ... (Syn.)
SA82.
Sacrificat - libat. ... (Syn.)
SA83.
Sacrificat - reddit exta. ... (Syn.)
SA84.
Sacrificium - ... (Isid. etym. 6, 19, 30)
SA85.
Sacrificium - ... (Isid. off. 1, 18, 1–2 ; fid. 2, 17, 1–2 ; 6 ; etym. 6, 19, 38 ; off. 1, 18, 3 ; etym. 6, 19, 38)
SA86.
Sacrificium - pro defunctorum req ... (Isid. off. 1, 18, 11–3)
Z
SA86a.
- ... (= Isid. off. 1, 18, 99 ex Aug. ench. 29, 5)
SA87.
Inter sacrificium et hostiam [ s. et hostia ] - hec uetus erat disc ... (Isid. diff. 319[523])
SA88.
Sacri - sacris digni. ... (Verg. A. 3, 67 ?)
SA89.
Sacri - sancti. ... (= Verg. A. 3, 67)
SA90.
Sacrilegium - sancta loca uiolans ... (Gloss.)
SA91.
Sacrilegium - sacrorum furtum uel ...
SA92.
Sacrilegium - ... (Plac. 42, 13)
SA93.
Sacrilegium - piaculum, ignominia ... (Syn.)
SA94.
Sacrilegium - nefas. ... (Syn.)
SA95.
Sacrilegium - flagitium, scelus. ... (Syn.)
SA96.
Sacrilegium - facinus, malefactum ... (Syn.)
SA97.
Sacrilegium - proprie est sacratu ... (Isid. etym. 5, 26, 12)
SA98.
Sacrilegus - dicitur ab eo quod ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 252)
SA99.
Sacrilegus - contra leges faciun ... (Abol.)
SA100.
Sacrilegus - eclesia ...
SA101.
Sacris litatis - sanctis profectis ... (Verg. 4, 50)
SA102.
Sacris - sacramentis, mister ... (Gloss.)
SA103.
Sacrum - sanctum uel diuinum ... (Abol.)
SA104.
Sacrum robur - Minerue consecratum ... (Verg. 2, 230)
SA105.
Sacrum - media res est et bo ... (Plac. 40, 10)
SA106.
Sacrum, religiosum et sanctum - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 33[498])
SA107.
Sactio [ satio ] - dicta quasi seminis ... (Isid. etym. 17, 2, 6)
SA108.
Saccus - a sago dictus, quod ... (Isid. etym. 20, 9, 5)
SA109.
Sacculum - a sacco diminutiue. ...
∴ ✢
SA110.
Saddahi [ Saddai ] - nomen Dei est apud ... (Isid. etym. 7, 1, 17–8)
SA111.
Sade - interpretatur conso ... (= Ambr. in psalm. 18, 1, 1)
SA112.
Sadoc - interpretatur iustu ... (Hier. in Ezech. 12, 40, 1093)
SA113.
Sadducei [ Sadducaei ] - interpretatur ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 191, 106) + (= Isid. haer. 54 p. 36.11-12)
SA114.
Sadducei [ Sadducaei ] - interpretantur iust ... (Isid. etym. 8, 4, 4)
SA115.
Safarium - atrium templi. ... (= Abstr.)
SA116.
Safazia [ Safatia ] - interpretatur iudic ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 18)
SA117.
Saffica metra [ Sapphica m. ] - Saffo mulier edidit ... (Isid. etym. 1, 39, 7)
SA118.
Safficum pentametrum [ Sapphicum p. ] - constat ex troceo e ... (Isid. Lib. Art. ex Mall. Theod. 25, 1-7)
SA119.
Saffirus [ sapphirus ] - lapis est etherei c ... (Greg. M. moral. 18, 33, 26)
SA120.
Saffirus [ sapphirus ] - lapis aeriam habens ... (= Greg. M. moral. 18, 47, 9)
SA121.
Saffirus [ sapphirus ] - cerulius est cum pu ... (Isid. etym. 16, 9, 2)
SA122.
Saffirus [ sapphirus ] - interpertatur speci ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 58, 26)
SA123.
Safon [ scaphon ] - funis in prora naui ... (Isid. etym. 19, 4, 5)
SA124.
Safo [ Sappho ] - mulier quedam a quo ...
SA125.
Saga [ sagda ] - segme ... (Isid. etym. 16, 7, 13)
SA126.
Sagacem - placatum ...
SA127.
Sagatior - caucior sensu. ... (= Abstr.)
SA128.
Sagacissimus - diligentissimus, ui ...
SA129.
Sagacitas - prouidentia. ...
SA130.
Sagaciter - prouide uel astute. ...
SA131.
Sagacitas - strenuitas, uigilan ...
SA132.
Sagacius - caucius. ... (= Abstr.)
SA133.
Sagacius - acutius. ...
SA134.
Sagax - acutus. ... (Gloss.)
SA135.
Sagax - peritus, uigilans. ... (= Syn.?)
SA136.
Sagax - prescius futurorum. ... (= Syn.?)
SA137.
Sagax - acutus, sapiens. ... (= Syn.?)
SA138.
Sagax - sollers. ... (= Syn.?)
SA139.
Sagax - prouidens. ... (Syn.)
SA140.
Sagax - prouidus ... (Syn.)
SA141.
Sagax - uelox. ... (Syn.)
SA142.
Saga [ sagda ] - gemma prasini ... (Isid. etym. 16, 7, 13)
SA143.
Sagene !sacra - id est uerruclum ; ... (Gloss.)
SA144.
Sagena - retis. ... (Abol.)
SA145.
Sagena - retia. In Euangelio ...
SA146.
Sagina - pinguedo. ... (Abol.)
SA147.
Saginatur - nutritur. ... (= Abol.)
SA148.
Saginatus - ornatus ...
SA149.
Saginatus - obesus, pinguis. ...
SA150.
Saginatus - corpulentus. ... (Syn.)
SA151.
Saginatus - conpletus, distentu ... (Syn.)
SA152.
Saginatus - crassus, plenus. ... (Syn.)
SA153.
Saginatus - refectus, opimus. ... (Syn.)
SA154.
Sagittam - rustici uocant noui ... (Isid. etym. 17, 5, 7)
SA155.
Sagitta - a sagace iactu, id ... (= Isid. etym. 18, 8, 1)
SA156.
Sagma - que corrupte uulgo ... (Isid. etym. 20, 16, 5)
SA157.
Sagmen - genus herbae que a ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 55)
SA158.
Sagum - gallicum nomen est: ... (Isid. etym. 19, 24, 13)
SA159.
Saguntum - ciuitas Hispaniae f ... (Eutr. 3, 7, 2–3)
SA160.
Saguntum - florentissima Hispa ... (Oros. 4, 14, 1)
SA161.
Saguntum - Hispanie ciuitatem ... (Isid. etym. 15, 1, 68)
crux
SA162.
Salo [ saio ] - ab exigendo dictus. ... (Isid. etym. 10, 262)
SA163.
Sait [ Settha, Settim ] - Hebraicae quod Lati ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 15, 2 ; 20, 16 ; 23, 11 ; 33, 19)
SA164.
Sal - quidam dictum putan ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 2, 3a) + (= Ambr. hex. 4, 11, 33) + (= Isid. etym. 16, 2, 3b-6)
SA165.
Salaria - diaria, cotidianari ...
SA166.
Salacia - dea ... (Gloss.)
SA167.
Salamalach - siriace ... (Hier. in Matth. 10, 12)
R(equire)
SA168.
Salamandra - animal quodam ... (Gloss.)
SA169.
Salamandra - serpens qui in igni ... (Aug. civ. 21, 4, 1)
SA170.
Salamandra - ... (Isid. etym. 12, 4, 36)
SA171.
Salago [ siligo ] - genus herbe huius g ... (med.)
SA172.
Salamim [ Salamin ] - interpretantur paci ... (Orig. in Iesu Naue 24, 1 p. 448, 2)
SA173.
Salambonem - genus monstris ... (Gloss.)
SA174.
Salatihel [ Salatiel ] - interpretatur missu ... (= Lib. geneal. 419)
SA175.
Sale - filius Iectan, a qu ... (Isid. etym. 9, 2, 5)
SA176.
Sale - id est aqua maris. ... (Gloss.)
SA177.
Sale - mare. ... (= 101)
SA178.
Salebra - inequalis uia. ... (= Abol.)
SA179.
Salebra - loca cultosa ... (= Abstr.)
SA180.
Salebra - uia inequalis, id e ...
SA181.
Salebrosus - asper. ... (= Abstr.)
SA182.
Sale conditus - sapiens aut ordinat ... («Abstr.»)
SA183.
Sale conditus - honestus uel modera ...
SA184.
Salectus - salictus ...
SA185.
Salectus - locus in quo salice ...
SA186.
Salem - pacem. ... (Gloss.)
SA187.
Sales - urbanitas, honesta ... (= Abstr. ?)
SA188.
Sales - lepos, urbanitas. ... (Syn.)
SA189.
Sales - facetie ioci. ... (Syn.)
SA190.
Sales - festiuitas, uenusta ... (Syn.)
SA191.
Sale Tyrreno [ s. Tyrrheno ] - mari Tyrreno ... (Verg. 6, 697)
SA192.
Salicium [ salictum ] - uirgulti genus ; qu ... (Verg. georg. 3, 175)
SA193.
Salicta - salices ✢ ... («Abstr.»)
SA194.
Salictum - uirgultum. ... (= Abstr.)
SA195.
Salictum - uirgulti genus quod ... (= 192)
SA196.
Salinum - uas aptum ... (Isid. etym. 20, 4, 12)
SA197.
Salinum - uas appellatum ... (Isid. etym. 20, 4, 12)
SA198.
Salis - maris. ... (Verg. 3, 385)
SA199.
Salis Ausonii - Itali maris. ... (= Verg. 3, 385)
SA200.
Salisatores - uocati sunt, quia d ... (Isid. etym. 8, 9, 29)
SA201.
Saliua - per ... (Gloss.)
SA202.
Saliua - ex capite in os lab ... (Greg. M. moral. 8, 30, 2) + (Ambr. hex. 6, 4, 28)
SA203.
Sali huius - maris istius. ... (Gloss.)
R(equire)
SA204.
Saliuncula - uirgulti flos et ...
SA205.
Saliuncula - salices ; ab eo quo ... (= Abstr.)
SA206.
Salix lenta - feminini generis. ...
SA207.
Salix - arbuscula est uimin ...
SA208.
Salix - ... (Isid. etym. 17, 7, 47)
SA209.
Salmana - interpretatur consu ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 51, 17)
SA210.
Salmana - interpretatur profe ... (= Hier. tract. in psalm. 82, 131)
SA211.
Salmana - interpretatur umbra ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. 33, 20 siue 51, 17, siue Aug. in psalm. 82, 9, 13)
SA212.
Salmona - interpretatur umbra ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. p. 21, 1)
SA213.
Salmentum - piscis confectio. ... (Gloss.)
SA214.
Salo - mare. ... (Abol.)
SA215.
Salo [ salsae fruges ] - mola salsa, hoc est ...
SA216.
Salo mersis - profundo ... (= Abstr.)
SA217.
Salom - interpretatur retri ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 16)
SA218.
Salom - uox salutacionis he ... (= nom. Bibl.)
SA219.
Salomlach - Haebraicae quod Lat ... (= 167)
SA220.
Salomon - interpretatur pacif ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 188, 56)
SA221.
Salomon - tribus nominibus fu ... (Isid. etym. 7, 6, 65)
SA222.
Salomo - filius Dauid, rex I ... (= Isid. etym. 6, 2, 18–21)
SA223.
Salonas - urbs florentissima ... (Oros. 5, 23, 23)
SA224.
Salpicta - tubicinator. ... (Abstr.)
SA225.
Salpista - cantor tubicini Gra ...
SA226.
Salpizo - tubicino Graece. ...
SA227.
Salpinta [ salpuga ] - serpens quae ... (Isid. etym. 12, 4, 33)
SA228.
Salsamenta - ... (Plac. 40, 8)
SA229.
Salse fruges [ salsae f. ] - mola salsa. ... (Verg. 2, 133)
SA230.
Salsos - salis ... (Verg. 5, 182 ?)
SA231.
Salsugine [ salsuginem ] - puto ... (Plac. 40, 9)
SA232.
Salsugo - muria ...
SA233.
Salsum dictum - quasi sale adsparsu ... (Isid. etym. 20, 2, 23)
SA234.
Salsus - facetus, uenustus. ... (Syn.)
SA235.
Salsus - urbanus, sapiens. ... (Syn.)
SA236.
Salsus - cordatus. ... (Syn.)
SA237.
Salsus - dicax, festiuus, cu ... (Syn.)
SA238.
Salsus - sapiens aut ordinat ... (Abstr.)
SA239.
Salsus - sapiens siue modera ...
SA240.
Saltatores - nominatos Varro dic ... (= Isid. etym. 18, 50)
SA241.
Saltica [ Saitica ] - genus caste oppido ... (Isid. etym. 6, 10, 4)
SA242.
Saltim - uela ... (Gloss.)
SA243.
Saltim - certe. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA244.
Saltim - uel nunc. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA245.
Saltim - aliquando. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA246.
Saltim - postremo. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA247.
Saltu - insilitione ... (Verg. 6, 515 ?)
SA248.
Saltu - praecipiti iactu. ... (Gloss.)
SA249.
Saltu - salientes. ...
SA250.
Saltus - ... (Isid. etym. 18, 19)
SA251.
Saltus - montes. ... (Verg. georg. 2, 471 ?)
SA252.
Saltus - latibula ferarum. ... (= Verg. georg. 2, 471)
SA253.
Saltuosa - siluosa. ...
SA254.
Saltus - silua. ... (= Abstr. ?)
SA255.
Saltus - frutecta, silua, ue ... (Syn.)
SA256.
Saltus - ... (Isid. etym. 14, 8, 25)
SA257.
Saltus - ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 6, 8)
SA258.
Saltus - uasta et siluestria ... (Isid. Lib. Art.)
SA259.
Salubre - salutare. ... (Gloss.)
SA260.
Salubriora - salutaria, sanctior ... (Syn.)
SA261.
Salubriora - saniora. ... (Syn.)
SA262.
Salubriora - prosperiora. ... (Syn.)
SA263.
Salubriora - pociora, meliora, u ... (Syn.)
SA264.
Salubriora - prestantiora. ... (Syn.)
SA265.
Salubritas - solatium. ... (= Syn.)
SA266.
Salubritas - oblectamentum. ... (= Syn.)
SA267.
Salubritas - requies. ... (= Syn.)
SA268.
Salubritas - lebamen ... (= Syn.)
SA269.
Salubritas - refrigerium. ... (= Syn.)
SA270.
Salue - aue ... (Gloss.)
SA271.
Salue - saluate. ...
SA272.
Salum - mare. ... (Syn.)
SA273.
Salum - pontus aequor ... (Syn.)
SA274.
Salum - unda, mare. ... (Gloss.)
SA275.
Saluos fecit - tuitus est, conseru ... (Syn.)
SA276.
Saluos fecit - saluti fuit, incolo ... (Syn.)
SA277.
Saluos fecit - incolomitate ... (Syn.)
R(equire)
SA278.
Saluia - ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 11, 9)
SA279.
Salutant - appellant. ... (Verg. 3, 524 ?)
SA280.
Salutant - salutem nuntiant. ... (= Verg. 3, 524 ?)
SA281.
Salutaria - saniora, prosperior ... (Syn.)
SA282.
Salutaria - potiora, prestantio ... (Syn.)
SA283.
Salutaria - salubriora. ... (Syn.)
SA284.
Salutaris - salutem prestans. ... (Gloss.)
SA285.
Salutatio - a salute nomen acce ... (Aug. in psalm. 101, 9)
SA286.
Salutem - spem salutis. ... (Verg. 8, 476 ?)
SA287.
Salutem - incolomitatem. ... (Gloss.)
SA288.
Inter Salutem et salubritatem - haec distantia est ... (Isid. diff. 141[508])
SA289.
Salutis - incolomitatis ... (Verg. 2, 387)
SA290.
Salutis iter - uia salutaris. ... (= Verg. 2, 387)
SA291.
Salus - spes salutis. ... (= Verg. 1, 555 ?)
SA292.
Salus - incolomitas. ... (= Verg. 1, 555)
SA293.
Saluus - sospes. ... (Syn.)
SA294.
Saluus - incolomis ... (Syn.)
SA295.
Salus [ saluus ] - uegetus, uiuus ... (Syn.)
∴ ✢
SA296.
Samala [ Samaia ? ] - interpretatur audie ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 15 ?)
SA297.
Samaim - Haebraice caelum di ... (= Hier. in Is. 1, 1, 2, 13)
SA298.
Samaria - promunturium ... (Oros. 1, 2, 14)
SA299.
Samaria - regio Palestine ab ... (Isid. etym. 14, 3, 22)
÷
SA300.
Samariam - ciuitatem, a qua om ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 1, 25)
SA301.
Samaritanorum gens - sumpsit exordium ab ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 54)
SA302.
Samaritae - sunt hii qui ab Asi ... (Isid. haer. 57 p. 37.1-3)
SA303.
Samaritani [ Samaritae ] - interpretantur ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 191, 107)
SA304.
Samaria - interpretatur conse ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 47, 12 ?)
SA305.
Sambuce [ sambucae ] - in mucis ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 195, 165)
SA306.
Sambuca - in musicis species ... (Isid. etym. 3, 21, 7)
SA307.
Sambucinarius - ipse qui dicit. ... (= Abstr.)
SA308.
Sambucistria - qui ... (= Abstr.)
SA309.
Sambucus - saltator. ... (Abstr.)
SA310.
Same - nomen insule. ... (Gloss.)
SA311.
Samech - interpretatur audi. ... (= Ambr. in psalm. 15, 1, 1)
SA312.
Samia sillaba [ S. Sibylla ] - quae ... (= Isid. etym. 8, 8, 4)
SA313.
Sama terra [ Samia t. ] - a Samo insula dicta ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 1, 7)
SA314.
Samia uasa - quidam putant ab op ... (= Isid. etym. 20, 4, 6)
SA315.
Samileuci - genus herbe est qua ... (Med.)
SA316.
Samius lapius [ s. lapis ] - a Samo insula, ubi ... (Isid. etym. 16, 4, 13) + (= Plin. 36, 40, 152)
SA317.
Samnite [ Samnitae ] - gens quae in centen ...
SA318.
Samo - urbs ... (Gloss.)
SA319.
Samo - insula Tracie ...
SA320.
Samos - insula est in mare. ...
SA321.
Samo - insula Iunoni sacra ... (Verg. 1, 16)
SA322.
Samo - ... (Isid. etym. 14, 6, 31)
SA323.
Samotracius [ samothracius ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 32, 5)
SA324.
Samsicon - amaraco. ... (Gal.)
SA325.
Samson - interpretatur sol e ... (Isid. etym. 7, 6, 56)
SA326.
Samsucium - tarda passio et sin ... (= med.)
SA327.
Samsucus - quem Latini amaracu ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 14)
SA328.
Samuhel - interpretatur nomen ... (Isid. etym. 7, 6, 62)
SA329.
Samuhel liber - eiusdem Samuhelis n ... (= Isid. etym. 6, 2, 9–10)
SA330.
Samus - insula in Egeo mari ...
SA331.
Sancire - confirmare. ... (Gloss.)
SA332.
Sancire - decernere. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA333.
Sancire - iudicare. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA334.
Sancire - constituere. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA335.
Sancit - statuit. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA336.
Sancit - stare fecit. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA337.
Sancit - dicit. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA338.
Sancit - condidit. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA339.
Sancit - concedit, sanctum f ... (= Syn. ?)
SA340.
Sancit - confirmat. ... (Plac. ?)
SA341.
Sancit - fert sententiam. ... (Syn.)
SA342.
Sancit - iudicium facit. ... (Syn.)
SA343.
Sancit - pronuntiat, decerni ... (Syn.)
SA344.
Sanciuit - statuit. ...
SA345.
Sancta - iuxta ueteres exter ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 4, 2)
SA346.
Sancti - puri, religiosi, ca ... (Syn.)
SA347.
Sancti - pudici, pii, inmacu ... (Syn.)
SA348.
Sanctificat - sanctum facit. ...
SA349.
Sanctiones - leges. ... (Gloss.)
SA350.
Sanctionem - purificationem ...
SA351.
Sanctiora - salutaria. ... (Syn.)
SA352.
Sanctiora - prosperiora, pruden ... (Syn.)
SA353.
Sanctiora - sinceriora aut salu ... (Syn.)
SA354.
Sanctitas - religio. ... (Syn.)
SA355.
Sanctitas - castitas, pudicitia ... (Syn.)
SA356.
Sanctitas - integritas. ... (Syn.)
SA357.
Sanctitas - temperantia, contin ... (Syn.)
SA358.
Sanctuarium - locus, uel cubiculu ... (= Plac. 42, 6)
SA359.
Sanctum - religiosum. ... (Verg.)
SA360.
Sanctum bibissent [ Xanthum b. ] - pro ...
SA361.
Sanctum - ... (= Isid. diff. 33[498])
SA362.
Sanctus - religiosus, pudicus ... (Gloss.)
SA363.
Sanctus - modestus, temperatu ...
SA364.
Sanctus - a ueteri consuetudi ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 241)
SA365.
Sandapila - feretrum uel ... (Plac. ?)
SA366.
Sandara - Cappadocum ... (= Mens.)
SA367.
Sandaraca - genus coloris. ... (= Abstr.)
.F.
SA368.
Sandaraca - insula Rubri ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 17, 11)
SA369.
Sandasirus gemma - nascitur in Indis, ... (Isid. etym. 16, 14, 3)
SA370.
Sandicio - confectio est, que ... (Gal.)
SA371.
Sandix - genus coloris qui s ... («Abstr.»)
R(equire)
SA372.
Sandex - ... (= 371 ?)
SA373.
Sane - bene. ... (Syn.)
SA374.
Sane - recte, ritae. ... (Syn.)
SA375.
Sane - prospere, secunde. ... (Syn.)
SA376.
Sane - uero. ... (Gloss.)
SA377.
Sane - tamen. ...
SA378.
Sanguinarius - satelles. ... (= Syn.)
SA379.
Sanguinarius - parrachida ... (= Syn.)
SA380.
Sanguinarius - sicharius ... (= Syn.)
SA381.
Sanguinarius - gladiator, percusso ... (= Syn.)
SA382.
Sanguine - cede. ... (Verg. 2, 72?)
SA383.
Sanguineae - cruente. ...
SA384.
Sanguine diuum - a diis geniti. ...
SA385.
Sanguine et igni - sanguineis ...
SA386.
Sanguinis sacri - de uictimis effusi. ...
SA387.
Sanguis auctor [ sanguinis a. ] - procreator generis. ...
SA388.
Sanguis - propago, progenies. ... (Syn.)
SA389.
Sanguis - soboles ... (Syn.)
SA390.
Sanguis - origo, stirps, genu ... (Syn.)
SA391.
Sanguis - ex Graeca ethimolog ... (Isid. etym. 4, 5, 4 ; 4, 5, 6 ; 11, 1, 122 ; diff. 374[529] ; etym. 11, 1, 122 ; diff. 374[529]; etym. 11, 1, 122 ; 11, 2, 27 ; 4, 5, 6 ? ; 11, 1, 123)
SA392.
Sanguisugia [ sanguisuga ] - uermis est aquatili ... (= Isid. etym. 12, 5, 3)
SA393.
Sanguisugia [ sanguisuga ] - ... (Isid. etym. 12, 5, 3)
SA394.
Sanguinaria herba - ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 79)
SA395.
Sanir - mons ... (Hier. in Ezech. 8, 27, 4–5)
SA396.
Sanie - corrupto sanguine. ... (Verg. 2, 221 ?)
SA397.
Sanies - pus. ... (Gloss.)
SA398.
Sanies - ... (Isid. etym. 4, 8, 22)
SA399.
Saniora - salutaria. ... (Syn.)
SA400.
Saniora - prosperiora, pocior ... (Syn.)
SA401.
Saniora - sinceriora. ... (Syn.)
SA402.
Saniora - firmiora, fideliora ... (Syn.)
SA403.
Sanitas est - integritas corporis ... (Isid. etym. 4, 5, 1)
SA404.
Sanus - a sanguine uocatus, ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 259)
SA405.
Sanxit - condidit. ... (Gloss.)
SA406.
Sanxit - iunxit uel difiniui ... (= Syn. ?)
SA407.
Sanxit - confirmauit ... (= Syn. ?)
SA408.
Sanxit - concedit. ... (= Syn. ?)
SA409.
Sappappa [ sapa uappa ? ] - quasi dulce acidum ... (Abstr.)
SA410.
Sapientia - est cognitio rerum ... (= Isid. diff. II 37[148]) + (Aug. gen. ad litt. 11, 2 p. 336, 2)
Z
SA411.
Inter sapientiam et eloquentiam - ita distinguitur qu ... (Isid. diff. II 37-38[148–149])
SA412.
Sapiens - dictus a sapore; qu ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 240)
SA413.
Sapiens - catus ... (Syn.)
SA414.
Sapiens - consideratus. ... (Syn.)
SA415.
Sapiens - circumspectus, ordi ... (Syn.)
SA416.
Sapiens - uigilans ... (Syn.)
SA417.
Sapiens - salsus, temperatus, ... (Syn.)
SA418.
Sapiens - uenustus, urbanus. ... (Syn.)
SA419.
Sapiens - cordatus. ... (Syn.)
SA420.
Sapiens - dicax, festinus ... (Syn.)
SA421.
Sapiens - facetus, salsus. ... (Syn.)
Z
SA422.
Inter sapientem et prudentem - ita discerni solet, ... (Isid. diff. 36[499] ; diff. II 147)
SA423.
Sappirnus [ sappirinus ] - ... (Plac. 40, 14)
SA424.
Sappir - ex ebreo in latinum ... (= Nom. Bibl.)
SA425.
Sarabara - crura et tibie, siu ... (Gloss.)
∴, ✢
SA426.
Sarabara - uestimenta. ...
SA427.
Sarabarae - ... (Isid. etym. 19, 23, 2)
SA428.
Saraballa - in Danihelo ... (Hier. in Dan. 3, 21)
SA429.
Sarracheni [ Saraceni ] - quasi arra, idem et ... (Isid. etym. 9, 2, 6)
SA430.
Sarracheni [ Saraceni ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 57)
SA431.
Sarai - princeps fuit. ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 10, 22 ; 40, 7)
SA432.
Sarai [ Sarrai ] - interpretatur princ ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 186, 24)
SA433.
Sarai - interpretatur in la ... (Hier. quaest. hebr. in gen. p. 27, 8)
SA434.
Sarai - interpretatur princ ... (Isid. etym. 7, 6, 29)
SA435.
Sarralia - lactuca agrestis di ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 10, 11)
SA436.
Sarrano - ostro. ... (Gloss.)
SA437.
Sarasar - princeps tribulatio ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 47, 21 ; 51, 1 ; 55, 18)
SA438.
Sarchasmos [ sarcasmos ] - ... (Isid. etym. 1, 37, 29–30)
SA439.
Sarchian [ sarcon ] - caro Graece. ... (Gloss.)
SA440.
Sarchian [ sarcia ] - ... (Isid. etym. 4, 7, 28)
SA441.
Sarchina [ sarcina ] - onera. ... (Gloss.)
SA442.
Sarchina [ sarcina ] - pondera. ...
SA443.
Sarchitector [ sarcitector ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 19, 2)
SA444.
Sarchit [ sarcit ] - redintegrat, renoua ... (Gloss.)
SA445.
Sarchit - remendat ...
SA446.
Sarchofagus [ sarcophagus ] - tumulum marmoreum. ...
SA447.
Sarchofagum - archa ... (Aug. civ. 18, 5, 5)
SA448.
Sarchofagum - Grecum nomen est, e ... (Isid. etym. 15, 11, 2)
SA449.
Sarchophagus [ sarcophagus ] - lapis in Troade fis ... (Cfr Isid. etym. 16, 4, 15; Plin. nat. 36, 131, 17 ; 15, 11, 2)
SA450.
Sarchulus [ sarculus ] - ferramentum cum man ... (Gloss.)
SA451.
Sarda - ... (Gloss.)
SA452.
Sardamon [ cardamon ] - nasturtium. ... (Med.)
SA453.
Sardina et Corsica [ Sardinia e. c. ] - insulae paruo fretu ... (= Oros. 1, 2, 101–2)
SA454.
Sardinia - Sardus Hercule proc ... (= Isid. etym. 14, 6, 39–40)
SA455.
Sardinia - insula maris magni. ... (Gloss.)
SA456.
Sardonia - herba in Sardinia e ...
SA457.
Sardinichus et saffirus [ sardonychus et sapphirus ] - lapides preciosi ... (Greg. M. moral. 18, 47, 9) + (= Isid. etym. 16, 8, 4)
SA458.
Sardonix gemma [ sardonyx g. ] - ternis glutinantur ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 15, 27)
SA459.
Sardonix [ sardonyx ] - apud os ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 8, 4) + (= Plin. nat. 37, 23, 85–89) + (= ?)
SA460.
Sardus [ Sardius ] - ... (Isid. etym. 16, 8, 2) + (Plin. nat.?)
SA46l.
Sarga - non idoneus cuilibe ... (Abstr.)
SA462.
Sarga - non idoneus artis s ...
SA463.
Sarica [ serica ] - a serico ... (Isid. etym. 19, 22, 14)
SA464.
Sario - circumfodio. ... (= Abstr.)
SA465.
Sariri - sarculo laxari. ... (= Abstr.)
SA466.
Sarisus [ Sarisae ] - sarire ...
SA467.
Sarmate [ Sarmatae ] - quos Graeci Regines ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 32 ; 93)
SA468.
Sarmentum - a serendo dictum, i ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 5, 5)
SA469.
Sarnus - fluuius est qui ple ... (Oros. 4, 15, 2)
SA470.
Sarna - inpetigo. ... (Isid. etym. 4, 8, 6)
SA471.
Saron - scopa Graece. ... (Gloss.)
SA472.
Sarpedon - Iouis et Laudamie f ... (Verg. 1, 100 ?)
SA473.
Sarpedon et Minos - filii Iobis ... (Aug. civ. 18, 12, 21)
SA474.
Sarsacim [ Sarsachim ] - interpretatur princ ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 19)
SA475.
Sartago - ab strepitu sonus u ... (Isid. etym. 20, 8, 5)
SA476.
Sartocolla [ sarcocolla ] - argemonia. ... (Med.)
R(equire)
SA477.
Sartor - per ... (Gloss.)
SA478.
Sartor - consutor uestium. ...
SA479.
Sartor - consertor coniuncto ...
SA480.
Sartum - coniunctum, consuet ... (= Abol.)
SA481.
Sartus - consutus. Iuuenalis ...
SA482.
Sat - per ... (Isid. etym. 1, 27, 24)
SA483.
Sat - satis est. ... (Abol.)
SA484.
Sat - sufficit. ... (= Abstr.)
SA485.
Sata - segetes. ...
SA486.
Sata - seminata. ... (= Abol.)
SA487.
Sata - seminationes messiu ...
SA488.
Sata - messes. ... (= Abstr.)
SA489.
Sata - culta, seminata. ...
SA490.
Sata - idem sunt quod oefi ... (= Euch. instr. 2 p. 212, 421)
SA491.
Sata - genus messure ... (Hier. quaest. hebr. in gen. p. 28, 16)
SA492.
Satagere - festinare. ... (= Abol.)
SA493.
Sataget [ satagit ] - satis agit, satis c ...
SA494.
Satagit - deliberat uel cogit ... (= Abstr.)
SA495.
Satagit - deuorat ... (= 494)
SA496.
Satanas - obprimens praeuaric ... (= ?) + (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 81, 18)
SA497.
Satanas - in Latinum sonat ad ... (Isid. etym. 8, 11, 19) + (?) + (Isid. etym. 8, 11, 19)
SA498.
Sate - procreate. ... (Verg. 6, 125?)
SA499.
Sate - create. ... (Gloss.)
SA500.
Satelles - sicarius, latro. ... (Syn.)
SA501.
Satelles - gladiator. ... (Syn.)
SA502.
Satelles - percursor ... (Syn.)
SA503.
Satelles - excussor ... (Syn.)
SA504.
Satelles - a satis faciendo ... (Gloss.)
SA505.
Satelles - ... (Isid. etym. 10, 255)
SA506.
Satelicon [ (?) ] - uerisimile. ... (Gloss.)
SA507.
Satellis - minister scelerum. ...
SA508.
Satellites - ministri scelerum. ...
SA509.
Satellites - ministri uel milita ...
SA510.
Satellites - katerua, id est mil ...
SA511.
Satellites - regum comites. ... (= Abol.)
SA512.
Satellites - ministri malorum ... (= Abstr.)
R(equire)
SA513.
Sateltum [ sacellum ] - templum modicum. ...
SA514.
Sat est - satis est. ... (= Abstr.)
SA515.
Sat est - sufficit. ... (= Abstr.)
SA516.
Satera [ statera ] - iugum. ... (= Abstr.)
SA517.
Satiati - repleti. ...
SA518.
Satietas et saturitas - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 122[503])
SA519.
Satietas et saturitas - sibi differunt: nam ... (Isid. etym. 20, 2, 8)
SA520.
Satigenum [ saetigerum ] - caprarum. ... (Gloss.)
SA521.
Satigeri [ saetigeri ] - cilicio uestiti, io ... (= Abstr.)
SA522.
Satiri [ satyri ] - genus simiorum faci ... (Isid. etym. 12, 2, 33)
SA523.
Satiri [ satyri ] - homuntiones ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 3, 21)
SA524.
Satiriasis [ satyriasis ] - iude ... (= med.)
SA525.
Satirici poete [ satyrici poetae ] - ... (Isid. etym. 8, 7, 8)
SA526.
Sathirion herba [ satyrion h. ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 43)
SA527.
Sathirion herba [ satyrion h. ] - que et temptatio di ... (= med.)
SA528.
Sathirio [ satyrion ] - orthibeta ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 84)
SA529.
Sationum - seminationum. ... (Gloss.)
SA530.
Sationales - agros seminales. ...
SA531.
Satin - satis ergo. ...
SA532.
Satis - segetibus. ... (= Verg.)
SA533.
Satis - messibus. ... (= Verg.)
SA534.
Satis [ sata ] - messis. ... (= Abstr.)
SA535.
Satis - consequens. ... (= Abstr.)
SA536.
Satis - copiose, habunde. ... (= Syn.)
SA537.
Satis - affatim ... (= Syn.)
SA538.
Satis - largius. ... (= Syn.)
SA539.
Satis - ubere uel nimium. ... (= Syn.)
SA540.
Satis superque - satis abundeque. ... (Gloss.)
SA541.
Satis - pro infinito benefi ... (Verg. 3, 653 ?)
SA542.
Satis - sufficienter. ... (= Verg. 3, 653)
SA543.
Satis facere - sedare, sopire. ... (Syn.)
SA544.
Satis facere - linire, mulcere, mi ... (Syn.)
SA545.
Satis facere - placare. ... (Syn.)
SA546.
Satis facere - exorare. ... (Syn.)
SA547.
Satis facere - mollire ... (Syn.)
R(equire)
SA548.
Satis factio - ... (Isid. etym. 6, 19, 73)
SA549.
Satius - melius. ... (= Abstr.)
SA550.
Sator - arator. ... (Abstr.)
SA551.
Sator - genitor. ...
SA552.
Sator [ satur ] - iucundior ...
SA553.
Sator - seminator. ... (= Abol.)
SA554.
Sator - cultor ... (= SE 61)
SA555.
Sator - pater. ... (= Abol.)
SA556.
Sator - seminator uel pater ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 255)
SA557.
Inter satorem et sartitorem [ i. sartorem et sarcinatorem ] - haec est distantia: ... (Isid. diff. [547])
SA558.
Satrapes - sapientes. ... (Gloss.)
SA559.
Satrape [ Satrapae ] - perfecti ... (= Abstr.)
SA560.
Satrape - reges Persarum. ...
SA561.
Satrape - seniores. ...
SA562.
Satris [ satis ] - nunc nomen, nuncupa ...
SA563.
Satum - generatum. ... (Gloss.)
SA564.
Satum - procreatum. ...
SA565.
Satum [ ratum ] - positum ...
SA566.
Satum - genus est mensurae ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 26, 11)
SA567.
Sathura [ satura ] - lex est que de plur ... (= Isid. etym. 5, 16)
SA568.
Saturatus - satiatus. ... (Gloss.)
SA569.
Saturitas - repletio bonorum ...
SA570.
Satureia - calida ... (Isid. etym. 17, 9, 42)
SA571.
Satureia - herba calida et pro ... (Med.)
SA572.
Saturnia - Iuno, Saturni filia ... (Verg.)
SA573.
Sathurnia regna [ saturnia r. ] - aurea ...
SA574.
Sathurnia aurea [ saturnia arua ] - Italia, quod illic ... (= Verg. 1, 569)
SA575.
Saturnia arua - in quibus Saturnus ... (= Verg. 1, 569)
SA576.
Saturnius pater - Iuppiter. ...
SA577.
Sathurnum [ Saturnum ] - pagani illum esse a ... (= Aug. cons. euang. 32, 15–34, 9)
SA578.
Sathurnum - patrem Pici negant ... (Aug. civ. 18, 15, 11)
SA579.
Sathurnus - origo deorum et tot ... (Isid. etym. 8, 11, 30–3)
SA580.
Sathurniani - haeretici mundum a ... (= Isid. haer. 3 p. 26.13-15)
SA581.
Sathurnus - stella una est et s ... (Aug. gen. ad litt. 2, 5 p. 38, 18)
SA582.
Sathur [ satur ] - satiatur ... (= 582)
SA583.
Sathurus [ saturus ] - satiatus, iocundus. ...
SA584.
Satus - generatus, satus ...
SA585.
Saucia - tristis. ... (Gloss.)
SA586.
Sauciari - uulnerari. ... (= Abstr.)
SA587.
Sauciatum - semianimem factum. ...
SA588.
Sauciatus - iagulatus, debilita ... (= Syn.)
SA589.
Sauciatus - uulneratus. ... (= Syn.)
SA590.
Sauciatus - confectus, consauci ... (= Syn.)
SA591.
Sauciatus - confossus, contruci ... (= Syn.)
SA592.
Saucius - semiuiuus. ... (Gloss.)
SA593.
Saucius - uulneratus aut aeta ...
SA594.
Saucius - grauissime uulnerat ... (= Abol.)
SA595.
Saucius - semianimis. ...
SA596.
Inter saucium et sauciatum - hoc interest : sauc ... (Isid. diff. 402[---])
SA597.
Sauiat - basiat uel osculatu ... (Gloss.)
SA598.
Saulus - interpretatur in la ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 190, 86)
SA599.
Saulus - Hebraeo sermone tem ... (= Isid. etym. 7, 9, 7–8)
SA600.
Saul - interpretatur expet ... (= Isid. etym. 7, 6, 63)
SA601.
Saura - lacertus, qui quand ... (= Isid. etym. 12, 4, 37)
SA602.
Sauricem - soricem ; antiqui e ... (Gloss.)
SA603.
Sauromathe [ Sauromatae ] - nomen gentis barbar ... (= Abol.)
SA604.
Saxa uocant Itali mediis quae in fluctibus Aras - quae saxa Itali in ... (Verg. 1, 109)
SA605.
Saxa - scopulos ...
SA606.
Saxa - lapides. ...
SA607.
Inter saxa et lapides - haec differentia es ... (Isid. diff. 450[537] ; etym. 16, 3, 1)
SA608.
Saxi de uertice - de montibus ... (Verg. 2, 308)
SA609.
Saxis caecis - occultis scopolis ...
SA610.
Saxifraga - ... (Isid. etym. 17, 9, 42)
SA611.
Saxifraga - hoc est tirraria; n ... (Med.)
SA612.
Saxonum gens - in Oceani litoribus ... (Isid. etym. 9, 2, 100)
SA613.
Saxum - lapis, iaxum ... (= Syn.)
SC1.
Scaber - asper, scabrosus. ... (Gloss.)
SC2.
Scafertofus [ scaber t. ] - inaequalis. ...
SC3.
Scabere - fodere. ...
SC4.
Scabies et lepra - utraque passio aspe ... (= Isid. etym. 4, 8, 10)
SC5.
Scabra - ... (= Isid. etym. 14, 8, 28)
SC6.
Scabra - aspera. ...
SC7.
Scabra - uetusta. Virgilius ... (Gloss.)
SC8.
Scabre [ scabrae ] - rubiginose. ... (= Abol.)
SC9.
Scabrea [ scabra ] - antiqua, uetusta. ...
SC10.
Scabrosus - asper. ... (= Abstr.)
SC11.
Scabrones [ crabrones ] - uespe longiora crur ... (= Abstr.)
SC12.
Scabrum - asperum, nodosum. ... (= Abstr.)
SC13.
Scala - populorum ... (= Isid. etym. 20, 5, 5)
SC14.
Scala - ab scandendo, id es ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 18, 4)
SC15.
Scalprus - dictus quod scalptu ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 19, 13)
SC16.
Scalmum - nauem. ... (Gloss.)
R(equire)
SC17.
Scalpulam [ scapula ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 1, 93)
SC18.
Scamna - ... (Isid. etym. 20, 11, 8)
SC19.
Scamnum - deminuit scabillum ... (Plac. 40, 5)
SC20.
Scamunia [ scammonia ] - quam Latini acridiu ... (Isid. etym. 17, 9, 64)
SC21.
Scandalum - pro ... (Orth.)
SC22.
Scandebat - ascendebat, ut est ... (Gloss.)
SC23.
Scandit - ascendit. Virgilius ...
SC24.
Scandit - ascenditur ... (= Abstr.)
SC25.
Scandulae - scindule. ...
SC26.
Scandula - a diuisione uocata. ... (Isid. etym. 17, 3, 11)
SC27.
Scandunt - ascendunt. ... (Verg. 2, 401)
SC28.
Scandunt equum - aequum ... (= Verg. 2, 401)
SC29.
Scansilia - gradus sunt ubi hon ... (Isid. etym. 20, 11, 8)
SC30.
Scansum - ascensum. ...
SC31.
Scanosis - stupor Graeci ... (= med. ?)
SC32.
Scapham - per ... (Orth.)
SC33.
Scapha - nauicula parua. ... (Abstr.)
SC34.
Scaphe - barca, alueum quo p ...
SC35.
Scapha - qui et ... (Isid. etym. 19, 1, 18)
SC36.
Scapo - cacumine indiuiso. ... (Gloss.)
SC37.
Scaptes - bidentes ...
R(equire)
SC38.
Scaptos - ... (= Isid. etym. 18, 8, 2)
SC39.
Scapu [ scapo ] - cacumine indiuiso. ... (= 36)
SC40.
Scapum - sumitas ... (= Abstr.)
SC41.
Scaphus [ scapus ] - certus numerus. ...
SC42.
Schara [ Eschara ] - id est conbustio ig ... (Med.)
SC43.
Scharas [ Escharas ] - adustiones. ... (= Med. ?)
SC44.
Scharabeos [ scarabaeos ] - a cabo id est cabal ... (= Isid. etym. 12, 7, 4) + (= cf. ST166 et TA1?) + (Ambr. hex. 6, 9, 60)
SC45.
Scharia - Graeca ... (Gloss.)
SC46.
Scharia [ scaria ] - arbuscula spinosa ; ...
SC47.
Scaria - uirtutem habens med ... (Med.)
SC48.
Scariotes [ Iscariotes ] - uel a uico in quo o ... (Hier. in Matth. 10, 4)
SC49.
Scarioth [ Iscarioth ] - aud ... (= Isid. etym. 7, 9, 20)
SC50.
Scatae [ scatebrae ] - bullitiones. ... (Gloss.)
SC51.
Scatebra - aquarum emantia ... (= Abstr. ?)
SC52.
Scatebra - aquarum emundatio ...
SC53.
Scatebre [ scatebrae ] - bullitiones. ... (= 50)
SC54.
Scatebrae - fons, otrus ... (= Syn.)
SC55.
Scatebris - uenis scaturientibu ...
SC56.
Scatebris - scaturriginibus sca ... (= «Abstr.»)
SC57.
Scatit - bullit. ...
SC58.
Scatit - ebullit et feruit. ... (= Abstr.)
SC59.
Scaturriens - ebulliens, emanans. ...
SC60.
Scaturrit - scatit, ebullit. ... (= Abol.)
SC61.
Scaturrit - currit aqua inter a ...
SC62.
Scatur [ scaturrite? ] - ritae ...
SC63.
Sceda - carta scripta, per ... (Gloss.)
SC64.
Sceda - ... (Isid. etym. 6, 14, 8)
SC65.
Scelera - flagitia uel crimin ... (Abstr.)
SC66.
Scelera - peccata luxoriae ...
SC67.
Scelera - turpia et sordida l ...
SC68.
Scelera - spurcitia. ...
SC69.
Scelera - peccata. ...
SC70.
Scelera tam astam [ sceleratam hastam ] - impium telum. ...
SC71.
Sceleratum, scelestum et scelerosum - gramatici dicunt sc ... (= Isid. diff. 85[507])
SC72.
Scelere - flagiciis. ... (Verg. 1, 347 ?)
SC73.
Sceleria [ scleria ] - idem duricia cum se ... (Med.)
SC74.
Sceleris nostri - facinoris nostri. ...
SC75.
Scelerosus - sceleribus plenus; ... (Isid. etym. 10, 254)
SC76.
Scelerum facies - scelerum imagines. ...
SC77.
Scelerum furor - parricidalis insani ... (= Abol.)
SC78.
Scelestus - proteruus Graeci ...
SC79.
Scelus - peccatum. ... (Syn.)
SC80.
Scelus - dedecus, turpitudo, ... (Syn.)
SC81.
Scelus - sordes, nota lapes, ... (Syn.)
SC82.
Scelus - delictum. ... (Syn.)
SC83.
Scelus - culpa, crimen, uiti ... (Syn.)
SC84.
Scelus - erratum, malefactum ... (Syn.)
SC85.
Scelus - maleficium. ... (Syn.)
SC86.
Scelus - flagitium, nefas. ... (Syn.)
SC87.
Scelus - probrum, ignominia. ... (Syn.)
SC88.
Scelus - piaculum, sacrilegi ... (Syn.)
SC89.
Scelus - poena. ... (Gloss.)
Θ
SC90.
Scema [ schema ] - figura, Grece. ... (Plac. ?)
Θ
SC91.
Scema [ schema ] - id est perfecta ... (Isid. etym. 1, 35, 7)
Θ
SC92.
Scema [ schema ] - figura, de scematib ... (= Iulian. Tolet. ars 5, 1–3)
SC93.
Scemata lexeos [ schemata l. ] - et dianoeas ... (= Iulian. Tolet. ars 5, 4)
SC94.
Scena - per solam ... (Orth.)
SC95.
Scena - arborum densitas na ... (Verg. 1, 164)
SC96.
Scena - summa pars teatri ... (= Verg. l, 164)
SC97.
Scena - teatri ... (Abstr.)
SC98.
Scena - altitudo summa. ... (= Abol.)
SC99.
Scena - nunc arborum cacumi ...
SC100.
Scena - ludus nimicus ... (= Abstr.)
SC101.
Scena - in modum scene obum ...
SC102.
Scena - teatri ...
SC103.
Scena - est ... (Plac. 41, 9)
SC104.
Scena - locus erat infra th ... (Isid. etym. 18, 43–4 ; 51)
SC105.
Scena - est locus teatri in ... (Isid. ?)
SC106.
Scenici - ludis dediti. ... (Abstr.)
SC107.
Scenicus - qui in teatro agit. ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 253)
SC108.
Scenis - teatris ...
SC109.
Scenophaegia [ scenopegia ] - dies festi quibus I ... (Gloss.)
SC110.
Scenophaegia [ scenopegia ] - casa uel tabernacul ... (= Abstr.)
SC111.
Scenophaegia [ scenopegia ] - quum ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 205, 313)
SC112.
Scenophaegia [ scenopegia ] - sollemnitas Hebreor ... (Isid. etym. 6, 18, 9)
SC113.
Scepti [ sceptriger ] - sceptrum regens ... (Gloss.)
SC114.
Sceptrifere - regine. ...
SC115.
Sceptrum - uirga regalis. ... (= Abstr.)
SC116.
Sceptron - sceptrum, id est re ...
SC117.
Scesis honomaton [ schesis onomaton ] - est multitudo nomin ... (= Iulian. Tolet. ars 5, 32)
SC118.
Scetra [ cetra ] - scutum loreum sine ... (= Isid. etym. 18, 12, 5)
SC119.
Scaeua - sinistra. ... (Abstr.)
SC120.
Scaeua - iniqua siue mala. ...
SC121.
Scaeua - contraria. ...
SC122.
Scaeui - sinistri, peruersi. ... (= Abstr.)
SC123.
Scaeuos - prauos atque peruer ...
SC124.
Scaeuum - malum uel iniquum. ...
SC125.
Scaeuum - sinistrum. ... (= Abol.)
SC126.
Scaeuus - sinister atque peru ... (Isid. etym. 10, 253)
SC127.
Sceus [ scaeuus ] - malus pessimi ac tr ... (= Plac. 41, 1)
SC128.
Scaeuum - scelestum, scelerat ...
SC129.
Sciasis - ... (Isid. etym. 4, 7, 29) + (= med.)
SC130.
Scida - secta. ... (Abol.)
SC131.
Scientia - per solam ... (Gloss.)
SC132.
Scienter - perite, docte. ... (= Abol.)
SC133.
Scientes - periti, docti, scit ...
SC134.
Sciens - gnarus ... (Syn.)
SC135.
Sciens - consideratus, corda ... (Syn.)
SC136.
Sciens - circumspectus. ... (Syn.)
SC137.
Sciens - uigilians, sobrius. ... (Syn.)
SC138.
Scientia - doctrina. ... (= Syn.)
SC139.
Scientia - littere heruditio, ... (= Syn.)
SC140.
Scientia - studia liberalia. ... (= Syn.)
SC141.
Scientia - studium honestorum, ... (= Syn.)
SC142.
Scientia - prima artium. ... (= Syn.)
SC143.
Scientia - ingenia artium hone ... (= Syn.)
SC144.
Scientia - notacio, cognitio, ... (= Syn.)
SC145.
Scientes - doctores. ... (= Syn.)
SC146.
Scientes - preceptores, procer ... (= Syn.)
SC147.
Scientes - magistri. ... (= Syn.)
SC148.
Scientes - uetere ... (= Syn.)
SC149.
Scientia - ... (Isid. etym. 2, 24, 2)
SC150.
Scientia - a discendo nomen ac ... (= Isid. etym. 1, 1, 1)
SC151.
Scientia - in bono tantum, nam ... (Isid. diff. 149[186])
SC152.
Inter scientem et sciolum - hoc interest: scien ... (= Isid. diff. 41[505])
SC153.
Inter scientiam et sapientiam - hoc interest quod s ... (= Isid. diff. II 36[147])
SC154.
Scifi [ scyphi ] - calices uel fiale. ... (= Abstr.)
SC155.
Scifum [ scyphum ] - calicem regium quod ... (= Abstr.)
SC156.
Scifum [ scyphum ] - regium populum ...
SC157.
Scifum [ scyphum ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 20, 6, 5)
SC158.
Scilla [ Scylla ] - Forci et Creteidos ... (Verg. 3, 4207)
SC159.
Scillam [ Scyllam ] - una ... («Abstr.»)
SC160.
Scillae [ Scyllae ] - ... (= «Abstr.»)
SC161.
Scilleis [ Scyllaeis ] - Lucanus ...
SC162.
Scillae [ Scyllae ] - saxa latentia in ma ... (= Abstr.)
SC163.
Scillae [ Scyllae ] - saxa marina. ...
SC164.
Scillae [ Scyllae ] - saxa sertis ...
SC165.
Scillaeam rabiem [ Scyllaeam r. ] - Scille ... (Verg. 1, 200)
SC166.
Scilla [ Scylla ] - ... (Plac. 42, 14)
SC167.
Scillam [ Scyllam ] - non marinam, sed ma ... (Isid. etym. 2, 12, 6)
SC168.
Scillam [ Scyllam ] - ferunt feminam capi ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 3, 32)
SC169.
Scillam [ Scyllam ] - accole saxum mari i ... (= Isid. etym. 13, 18, 4)
SC170.
Scilla [ Scylla ] - herba uocata quod n ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 85)
SC171.
Scilla [ Scylla ] - adzon ... (= med. ?)
SC172.
Scila [ scyla ] - praeda Graece. ... (Gloss.)
SC173.
Scilicet - coniunctio rational ... (= Abol.)
SC174.
Scilicet - scire licet. ...
SC175.
Scilicet - sine dubio. ...
SC176.
Scilicet - reuera. ...
SC177.
Scilicet - nimirum. ... (Syn.)
SC178.
Scilicet - profecto, certo, ut ... (Syn.)
SC179.
Scilicet - uidelicet. ... (Syn.)
SC180.
Scilicet - prorsus, plane. ... (Syn.)
SC181.
Scilicet - procul dubio ... (Syn.)
SC182.
Scilicet - etiam longe a dubit ... (Syn.)
SC183.
Scilicet - sciendum est. ... (Gloss.)
SC184.
Scindit - diuidit. ... (Abstr.)
SC185.
Scinditur - separatur, diuiditu ...
SC186.
Scindulae - ... (Isid. etym. 19, 19, 7)
SC187.
Scinifes - culicum genus est a ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 210, 388)
SC188.
Scinifes - musce minutissime s ... (Isid. etym. 12, 8, 14)
SC189.
Scinifos [ scriphos ] - cupidos ... (Gloss.)
SC190.
Scinodontas [ cynodontas ] - ... (Isid. etym. 11, 3, 7)
SC191.
Scinidonta [ cynodontas ] - dentes duplices hab ... (Gloss.)
SC192.
Scintillam - per ... (Plac.?)
SC193.
Scintilla - flammae origo. ... (Gloss.)
SC194.
Scintilla - ignis pars modica. ...
SC195.
Scintilla - minimum igniculis ...
SC196.
Scinum [ squinum ] - mulier ... (Isid. etym. 17, 9, 11) + (?)
SC197.
Scio - noui. ... (Syn.)
SC198.
Scio - teneo, calleo, gnar ... (Syn.)
SC199.
Scio - cognoui, conperi. ... (Syn.)
SC200.
Scio - didici, accepi. ... (Syn.)
SC201.
Sciopodum gens - ... (Isid. etym. 11, 3, 23)
SC202.
Scipiones - duo fuerunt, auus e ... (Verg. 6, 843, etc. –piadas) + (Eutr. 4, 10)
SC203.
Scipiones - uirge consolum ... (Abstr.)
SC204.
Scipionem - Romani uocabant uir ... (Isid. etym. 18, 2, 5)
SC205.
Sciret - nosset. ... (Verg. 1, 63 ?)
SC206.
Scire et nosse - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 220[514])
SC207.
Sciria [ Scyria ] - septemtrionales ... (Gloss.)
SC208.
Sciria pubes - inuentus ... (Verg. 2, 477)
SC209.
Sciroforion - tenerum ... (= Mens.)
SC210.
Sciceronis [ scirosis ] - extensio nimium dur ... (= med. ?)
SC211.
Scirosin - id est duritiam ins ... (= med.)
SC212.
Scirosis - nimia duricia sine ... (= med.)
SC213.
Scirosin - saxeus ut lapis tum ... (= med.)
SC214.
Scirpum - uirgultum. ... (Gloss.)
SC215.
Scirpus - iuncus. ... (= Abol.)
SC216.
Scirpus - a quo segentes tegu ... (Isid. 17, 9, 97)
SC217.
Sciscitat - interrogat. ... (Abol.)
SC218.
Sciscitata - requisita. ...
SC219.
Sciscitatum - inquisitum. ...
SC220.
Sciscitatur - scire cupit. ...
SC221.
Sciscitari - interrogare. ... (= Abstr.)
SC222.
Sciscitatur - interrogatur ... (= Abstr.)
SC223.
Sciscitantibus - percontantibus. ...
SC224.
Sciscitatur - uerbum est comione ... (Plac. 40, 11)
SC225.
Sciscitatur - querit, percontatur ... (Syn.)
SC226.
Sciscitatur - perscrutatur ... (Syn.)
SC227.
Sciscitatur - requirit ... (Syn.)
SC228.
Scisma [ schisma ] - dissentio ... (Abstr.)
SC229.
Scisma [ schisma ] - diuisio uel separat ...
SC230.
Scismata [ schismata ] - scissura ... (= Abol.)
SC231.
Scisma [ schisma ] - ab scissura ... (Isid. etym. 8, 3, 5)
SC232.
Scismatici [ schismatici ] - ... (Isid. haer. p. 25.16-26.2)
SC233.
Scistos [ schistos ] - lapis inuenitur in ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 4, 18)
SC234.
Scissum - ruptum. ... (Abstr.)
SC235.
Scita [ sic ita? ] - hac ratione. ... (= Abol.)
SC236.
Scita [ scytha ] - ciuis de Scita ... (= 245)
SC237.
Scitantem - pro sciscitaturum. ...
SC238.
Scitatum - sciscitatum, interr ... (Verg. 2, 114)
SC239.
Scitaleas [ scytalas ] - uectes lapidibus a ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 197, 201)
SC240.
Scitalis [ scytale ] - serpens uocata, quo ... (Isid. etym. 12, 4, 19)
SC241.
Scita - ... (Isid. etym. 5, 11)
SC242.
Scitas [ Scythas ] - haec ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 62)
SC243.
Scite [ Scythae ] - gens est in Asia Sc ... (Gloss.)
SC244.
Scitiam [ Scythiam ] - prouintiam oriental ...
SC245.
Scitiam [ Scythiam ] - prouincia ; Scitea ... (= Abstr.)
SC246.
Scitia [ Scythia ] - ... (Plac. 41, 8)
SC247.
Scitia [ Scythia ] - sicut et Gotia a Ma ... (Isid. etym. 14, 3, 31–2)
SC248.
Scitia [ Scythia ] - prima Europe regio ... (= Isid. etym. 14, 4, 3)
SC249.
Scite - herudite ... (= Abstr.)
SC250.
Scitissime - scientissime. ... (= Abstr.)
SC251.
Scitus - tersus, mundus. ... (Syn.)
SC252.
Scitus - doctus, eruditus ... (Syn.)
SC253.
Scitius [ scitus ] - doctus. ... (Abstr.)
SC254.
Scobare - fodere ... (Hier. tract. in psalm. 76, 80)
SC255.
Scofina [ scobina ] - ... (Isid. etym. 19, 19, 15)
SC256.
Scholaces [ scolaces ] - quod nos funalia di ... (= «Abstr.»)
SC257.
Scholaces [ scolaces ] - ... (Isid. etym. 20, 10, 5)
SC258.
Schola - Grecum est. ...
R(equire)
SC259.
Scholasticus - ...
SC260.
Scholia - ... (= Isid. etym. 6, 8, 1)
SC261.
Scholia - idem et excerpta. ... (Gloss.)
SC262.
Scholopendios [ scolopendrios ] - herba dicta eo quod ... (Isid. etym. 17, 9, 87)
SC263.
Scholon et scandalum - quod nos offendicul ... (Hier. in Matth. 15, 12)
SC264.
Sconna - sponsus ... (Abstr.)
SC265.
Scopin [ σκοπεῖν ] - grecum est quod lat ... (Isid. etym. 7, 12, 11)
SC266.
Scopos - intentio ; Grecum e ... (= Abol.)
SC267.
Scopoli [ scopuli ] - saxosi montes. ... (Verg.)
SC268.
Scopolia [ scopuli ] - saxa ingentia. ... (= Verg. ?)
SC269.
Scopolia [ scopuli ] - saxa in mari. ... (= 277 ?)
SC270.
Scopolis pendentibus [ scopulis p. ] - concauis saxis. ...
SC271.
Scopolis [ scopulus? ] - saxum. ...
SC272.
Scopolosa [ scopulosa ] - saxosa. ... (= Abol.)
SC273.
Scopolum [ scopulum ] - saxus ... (Gloss.)
SC274.
Scopolum [ scopulum ] - rupem, montem ...
SC275.
Scopolum [ scopulum ] - saxum emineus ... (= 273)
SC276.
Scopolum [ scopulum ] - lapis ... (Syn.)
SC277.
Scopolus [ scopulus ] - petra in mari ... (= Abol.)
SC278.
Scopolus [ scopulus ] - quod sit speculari ...
SC279.
Scopolus [ scopulus ] - saxo eminenti, quas ... (Isid. etym. 16, 3, 2)
SC280.
Scordalus - ferox. ... (Abol.)
SC281.
Scordisci - nomen gentis ... (Eutr. 4, 24)
SC282.
Scordiscum - corium pessimum. ...
SC283.
Scordiscum - corium crudum. ... (= Abstr.)
SC284.
Scoria - sordes metallorum. ... (Abstr.)
SC285.
Scoria - scuria, quod de fer ...
SC286.
Scoria - purgamenta et sorde ... (Isid. etym. 16, 21, 6)
SC287.
Scoria [ ischuria ] - ... (Med.)
R(equire)
SC288.
Scories [ socordes? ] - stulti, stolidi, fa ... (Gloss.)
SC289.
Scorpio - ... (Isid. etym. 18, 8, 3)
SC290.
Scorpitis gemma - scorpionem et color ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 15, 19)
SC291.
Scorpio - uermis terrenus, qu ... (= Isid. etym. 12, 5, 4)
SC292.
Scorpio piscis - dicat ... (= Isid. etym. 12, 6, 17 ; 11, 4, 3)
SC293.
Scorpina [ scorpaena ] - piscis que castitat ... (Ambr. hex. 5, 3, 9)
SC294.
Scorta [ scortum ] - meretrix. ... (Abstr.)
SC295.
Scortator - meretricium ... (= Abstr.)
SC296.
Scorta - quod a Grecis quoqu ... (Isid. etym. 10, 253)
SC297.
Scortia - uas oliarium ... (= Isid. etym. 20, 7, 1)
SC298.
Scortum - meretrix. ... (Abstr.)
SC299.
Schotti [ Scotti ] - propria lingua nome ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 103)
SC300.
Scotomia [ scotoma ] - ab accidente ... (= Isid. etym. 4, 7, 3)
SC301.
Schotomatici [ ? ] - ... (= med.)
SC302.
Scotia [ scutica ] - ... (Isid. etym. 5, 27, 15)
SC303.
Scrattae - despectae ... («Abol.»)
SC304.
Scriba - librarius, quod per ... (Abstr.)
SC305.
Scriba - ab scribendo nomen ... (Isid. etym. 6, 14, 2–3)
SC306.
Scribere [ scribsere ] - scripserunt. ...
SC307.
Scribtat [ scribtitat ] - frequenter scribit. ... (Abstr.)
SC308.
Scriptorum - ...
SC309.
Scriptum et uoluntas - ... (= Isid. etym. 2, 5, 9)
SC310.
Scriptura - per solam ... (Orth.)
SC311.
Scriniatur - rugit aut bucinat. ...
R(equire)
SC312.
Scrinium - ... (= Isid. etym. 20, 9, 4 –a)
SC313.
Scripulum - sollicitus ...
SC314.
Scripulus - sex eliquarum ... (Isid. etym. 16, 25, 11–2)
SC315.
Scripulus - sex eliquarum ... (= metrol.)
SC316.
Scripulosus - animi minuti et asp ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 252)
R(equire)
SC317.
Scra [ scabra ] - uetusta. ... (Abol.)
SC318.
Scrobes - per ... (Gloss.)
SC319.
Scrobes - fossas ... (= Abol.)
SC320.
Scrobibus - fossulis. ... (= Abol.)
SC321.
Scrobibus - scrobes sunt fosse ... (= Abstr.)
SC322.
Scrobonem [ scrobe ] - Lucanus ... (= Abstr.)
SC323.
Scropea [ scrupea ] - prominentibus saxis ... (Plac. ?)
SC324.
Scrupea - saxa nigra. ... (Abol.)
SC325.
Scrupea - saxa aspera. ... (= Abstr.)
SC326.
Scrupea - scripulosa, aspera. ...
SC327.
Scripulatur [ scrupulatur ] - sollicitatur. ... (= Abstr.)
SC328.
Scripulosa [ scrupulosa ] - suspecta. ... (= Abstr.)
SC329.
Scripulositas [ scrupulositas ] - mestitia. ... (Syn.)
SC330.
Scripulositas [ scrupulositas ] - tristitia, meror. ... (Syn.)
SC331.
Scripulositas [ scrupulositas ] - sollicitudo. ... (Syn.)
SC332.
Scripulositas [ scrupulositas ] - anxietudo. ... (Syn.)
SC333.
Scripulositas [ scrupulositas ] - egritudo, confusio, ... (Syn.)
SC334.
Scrupulum - scribendum nam ... (Orth.)
SC335.
Scrupulum - contumelia. ... (Abol.)
SC336.
Scrupulum - languor ...
SC337.
Scrupulum - sollicitudinem uel ... (= Abstr.)
SC338.
Scrupulus - lapillus uel sollic ...
SC339.
Scrupus - proprie lapidum min ...
SC340.
Scripus [ scrupus ] - lapillus minutus et ... (Isid. etym. 16, 3, 5)
SC341.
Scrifertarii [ scrufertarii ] - uiles atque ... (= Abol.)
SC342.
Scritari [ scrutari ] - inquirere. ... (Syn.)
SC343.
Scrutari - cognoscere, prespic ... (Syn.)
SC344.
Scrutari - explorare. ... (Syn.)
SC345.
Scrutari - premeditare, specul ... (Syn.)
SC346.
Scrutari - cognoscere uel inue ... (Syn.)
SC347.
Scrutari - indagare ... (Syn.)
SC348.
Sculptilia - ... (Aug. in psalm. 96, 11)
SC349.
Scurra - inrisio ; ergo iscu ... (Gloss.)
SC350.
Scurra - subtilis inpostor. ...
SC351.
Scurra - uanuloquax ...
SC352.
Scurra - quasi parasitus pub ... (= Abstr.)
SC353.
Scurra - ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 152)
SC354.
Scurrula - publicus inpostor. ...
SC355.
Scurra - qui sectari quempia ... (Isid. etym. 10, 255)
SC356.
Scurrilitas - inocus ...
SC357.
Scurrilitas - inocus ... (Plac. 42, 8)
SC358.
Scus - discus antea enim s ... (Isid. etym. 20, 4, 9)
SC359.
Scutella - ab scuto ... (= Isid. etym. 20, 4, 11)
SC360.
Scutulatus equus - uocatus ... (= Isid. etym. 12, 1, 51)
SC361.
Scutum - ... (= Isid. etym. 18, 12, 2)
SC362.
Scutum - per sola ... (= orth.)
SD1.
Sdematon [ oedema ] - ... (cf. Galen. ad Glauc. II 5)
SE1.
Seba - quod est septem, Si ...
SE2.
Sebastos - Perintorum ... (= Mens.)
SE3.
Sebastos - Agustus ... (Gloss.)
SE4.
Sebu [ sebum ] - adeps. ...
SE5.
Sebum - axungia. ...
SE6.
Sebum - a sce dictum, quasi ... (Isid. etym. 20, 2, 25)
SE7.
Secabat - pinnis proscindebat ... (Verg. 4, 257)
SE8.
Secantia - scindentia. ...
SE9.
Secant - diuidant ...
SE10.
Secat - secernit. ... (Syn.)
SE11.
Secat - diuidit. ... (Syn.)
SE12.
Secat - cedit, separat. ... (Syn.)
SE13.
Secat - discernit, distingu ... (Syn.)
SE14.
Secat - segregat, dissociat ... (Syn.)
SE15.
Secat - seiugat, dissegrega ... (Syn.)
SE16.
Secedere - per singularitatem ... (Isid. diff. 260[155])
SE17.
Secernit - qui ex multis seors ... (= Isid. diff. 204[151])
SE18.
Secernite - separare ...
SE19.
Secernit - secat, diuidit, dis ... (Syn.)
SE20.
Secernit - partitur. ... (Syn.)
SE21.
Secernit - discernit. ... (Syn.)
SE22.
Secernit - distinguit, segrega ... (Syn.)
SE23.
Secernit - dissotiat, dissegre ... (Syn.)
SE24.
Secessit - remoto loco abscess ... (Gloss.)
SE25.
Secessit - singularis abscessi ...
SE26.
Secessus - locus remotus. ...
SE27.
Secessu [ secessum ] - remotum locum. ...
SE28.
Secessus - inde uocatus, quod ... (Isid. etym. 15, 3, 9)
SE29.
Seclaudet [ secludet ] - dimouet, seiungit. ... (= Abol.)
SE30.
Secludere - excludere. ...
SE31.
Secludet - excludit. ...
SE32.
Secludite - expellite. ... (= Verg. 1, 562)
SE33.
Secludite - separate, excludite ... (= Verg. 1, 562)
SE34.
Secludite - separate, secernite ... (Abol.)
SE35.
Secluduntur - secernuntur, separa ...
SE36.
Seclum - saeculum ...
SE37.
Seclusa - addicta ... (= Abol.)
SE38.
Seclusa - inclusa. ... (Verg. 3, 446)
SE39.
Seclusum - apertum ...
SE40.
Secmentata [ segmentata ] - uestis est zonis qu ... (Isid. etym. 19, 22, 18)
SE41.
Sequestor [ sequester ] - suspector ... (= Abstr.)
SE42.
Secreta - in secreto posita. ...
SE43.
Secrete - sammota ... (Gloss.)
SE44.
Secreti - diuisi, separati. ... (Plac. ?)
SE45.
Secreti - in secreta parte. ... (Verg. 3, 389 ?)
SE46.
Secreti - electi. ... (Abstr.)
SE47.
Secretum - archanum ... (= Syn.)
SE48.
Secretum - secessum, solitudo, ... (= Syn.)
SE49.
Secretum - abditum, absconsum ... (= Syn.)
SE50.
Secta [ secreta ] - exempta ... (Verg.)
SE51.
Secta abiete - secta matheria ... (Gloss.)
SE52.
Secta - institutio Paganoru ... (= Abol. ?)
SE53.
Secta [ sextans? ] - numero ...
SE54.
Secta - mores ingenium inst ... (Syn.)
SE55.
Secta - pactio, institutum, ... (Syn.)
SE56.
Secta - a diuisione dicta e ... (Isid. diff. 17[282])
SE57.
Secta - a sequendo et tenen ... (= Isid. etym. 8, 3, 4)
SE58.
Sectatus - secustus ... (Abstr.)
SE59.
Sectatur - sequitur uel insidi ... (= Abol.)
SE60.
Sectio - ... (Isid. etym. 19, 19, 8)
SE61.
Sector [ sator ] - cultor. ... (Abol.)
SE62.
Sector - usurpator. ... (= Abstr.)
SE63.
Sectores - proprie dicuntur qu ...
SE64.
Sectores - diuisores, abscisor ...
SE65.
Secabat [ secubat ] - sequestrate cubeat ... (Abol.)
SE66.
Secubat - sequestrat ...
SE67.
Secuerunt - secauerunt, diuiser ...
SE68.
Secauit arcum [ secuit a. ] - duxit arcum. ... (Verg. 5, 658 ?)
R(equire)
SE69.
Secula [ saecula ] - temperat ...
SE70.
Seculum uetus [ saeculum u. ] - generis neutri. ...
SE71.
Seculum [ saeculum ] - aetas, aeuum, tempu ... (Syn.)
SE72.
Seculum [ saeculum ] - et perpetuitatem os ... (= Isid. diff. 6[67]) + (Aug. in psalm. 9, 7 [6])
SE73.
Secula [ saeculum ] - generationibus cons ... (Isid. etym. 5, 38, 1–2)
SE74.
Secum - aput se. ... (Gloss.)
SE75.
Secum - aput animum suum. ...
SE76.
Secum refert - secum communicat, c ... (Syn.)
SE77.
Secum refert - exquirit, sententia ... (Syn.)
SE78.
Secum refert - flagitat, secum del ... (Syn.)
SE79.
Secundare - prosperare. ... (Gloss.)
SE80.
Secundarent - prosperarent, in bo ... (= Abstr.)
SE81.
Secunda - necessaria, prosper ...
SE82.
Secundas uires - prosperam fortitudi ...
SE83.
Secunda Sabbati - secunda feria est, ... (Isid. etym. 5, 30, 9)
SE84.
Secunde [ secundae ] - ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 1, 144)
SE85.
Secunde - bene. ... (Syn.)
SE86.
Secunde - recte, rite, sane. ... (Syn.)
SE87.
Secunde - prospere. ... (Syn.)
SE88.
Secunde - feliciter. ... (Syn.)
SE89.
Secunde - fauste. ... (Syn.)
SE90.
Secundis - bonis ... (= Syn.)
SE91.
Secundis - letis, abtis, beati ... (= Syn.)
SE92.
Secundis - prosperis. ... (= Syn.)
SE93.
Secundis - commodis, felibus ... (= Syn.)
SE94.
Secuti [ secundi ] - prosperi facti. ... (Verg. 5, 32 ?)
SE95.
Secundo mari - ut secundum flumen, ... (= Verg. georg. 3, 447 amni)
SE96.
Secundo - leni et prospero. ... (= Verg. georg. 3, 447 ?)
SE97.
Secundum - iuxta, cata, circa. ... (Gloss.)
SE98.
Secundum - prosperum. ...
SE99.
Secundus heres - nepos. ... (= Abstr.)
SE100.
Secundus - quia secus pedes: e ... (Isid. etym. 10, 257)
SE101.
Secuntur - imitantur. ... (Verg. 1, 747 ?)
SE102.
Secuntur - persecuntur aut obs ... (= Verg. 1, 747)
SE103.
Secures - signa sunt quae ant ... (Isid. etym. 18, 6, 9)
SE104.
Securis - ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 19, 11)
SE105.
Securim - ... (Gloss.)
SE106.
Securim - bipenne ...
SE107.
Securus - quietas ...
SE108.
Securitas - pax, tranquillitas ...
SE109.
Securus amorum germane - neglegens amorum so ... (Verg. 1, 350)
SE110.
Securus - quasi sine cura; id ... (Isid. etym. 10, 247)
SE111.
Secus - prope. ... (Syn.)
SE112.
Secus - iuxta, cata. ... (Syn.)
SE113.
Secus - comminus. ... (Syn.)
SE114.
Secus - aliter uel alias. ... (Abstr.)
SE115.
Secus - et aliter et equali ... (Plac. 41, 2)
SE116.
Secus existimare - male existimare, ui ... (Syn.)
SE117.
Secutor - ab insequendo retia ... (Isid. etym. 18, 55)
SE118.
Secuta - insecuta uel persec ... (Verg. 6, 62 ?)
SE119.
Secuti - parentes et obseque ...
SE120.
Secutus - prosecutus. ...
SE121.
Secutus - imitatus. ... (= Abstr.)
SE122.
Sed - per ... (Isid. etym. 1, 27, 24)
SE123.
Sedda [ sedada ] - latus ... (Hier. in Ezech. 14, 47, 1336)
SE124.
Sedare - placare. ... (= Abstr.)
SE125.
Sedare - sopire. ... (Gloss.)
SE126.
Sedare - linire, mulcere, mi ... (= Syn.)
SE127.
Sedare - mollire, satisfacer ... (= Syn.)
SE128.
Sedari - conpesci ...
SE129.
Sedat - mulcet, placat ... (Syn.)
SE130.
Sedat - lenit, mansuefacit. ... (Syn.)
SE131.
Sedat - nitigat ... (Syn.)
SE132.
Sedatius - tranquillius. ...
SE133.
Sedatur - tranquillatur. ...
SE134.
Sedatus - temperatus. ... (= Syn.)
SE135.
Sedatus - lenis, placidus, io ... (= Syn.)
SE136.
Sedatus - dulcis, mitis, comm ... (= Syn.)
SE137.
Sedatus - misericors, clemens ... (= Syn.)
SE138.
Sedatus - mansuetus. ... (= Syn.)
SE139.
Sedatus - maturus, moderatus, ... (= Syn.)
SE140.
Sedechia [ Sedechias ] - interpretatur iustu ... (= Isid. etym. 7, 6, 75)
SE141.
Sedem - domum, larem, famil ... (Syn.)
SE142.
Sederat - perpetuo inerat. ... (Verg. 4, 15 –ret)
SE143.
Sedes - domicilia, habitacu ... (= Verg. 1, 205 ?)
SE144.
Sedes - patriam. ... (= Verg. 1, 205)
SE145.
Sedes - hac ... (Gloss.)
SE146.
Sedes - solium. ...
SE147.
Sedes - ... (Isid. etym. 20, 11, 9)
SE148.
Sedes et tronum [ s. et thronum ] - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 327[524])
SE149.
Sedet - placet. ... (Gloss.)
SE150.
Sedet animos [ s. animo ] - apparet mihi, lique ... (Syn.)
SE151.
Sedet animo - non sum dibius ... (Syn.)
SE152.
Sedet animo - certum habeo, certu ... (Syn.)
SE153.
Sedilia - loqua ... (Gloss.)
SE154.
Seditio - rixa. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE155.
Seditio - disceptatutio ... (= Syn. ?)
SE156.
Seditio - discensio. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE157.
Seditio - discidium, diuortiu ... (= Syn. ?)
SE158.
Seditio - discordia uel tumul ... (= Syn. ?)
SE159.
Seditio - tumultus ciuilis, f ... (Syn.)
SE160.
Seditio - direptio. ... (Syn.)
SE161.
Seditio - ... (Isid. etym. 5, 26, 11 ; 18, 1, 6–7)
SE162.
Sediciosus [ seditiosus ] - tumultuosus. ... (Syn.)
SE163.
Sediciosus [ seditiosus ] - turbidus ... (Syn.)
SE164.
Sediciosus [ seditiosus ] - inquietus, incontin ... (Syn.)
SE165.
Sediciosus [ seditiosus ] - qui dissensionem an ... (Isid. etym. 10, 250)
SE166.
Sedrah [ Sedrach ] - Ananias, Sedrah aut ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 53, 4)
SE167.
Sed tum - sed tunc. ... (Abstr.)
SE168.
Seducere - decipere est item s ... (Aug. in euang. Ioh. 29, 1)
SE169.
Sedula - firma. ... (Gloss.)
SE170.
Sedulas - studiosas. ...
SE171.
Sedule - assiduae ...
SE172.
Sedule - studiose, enixe, li ... (= Syn.)
SE173.
Sedulitas - banda ... (= Abstr.)
SE174.
Sedulitas - assiduitas. ...
SE175.
Sedulo curet - sollici ... (= Abstr.)
SE176.
Sedulus - obsequens, officios ... (= Abstr.)
SE177.
Sedulus - frequens. ...
SE178.
Sedulus - familiare ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 244)
SE179.
Seduxerit - separarit. ... (Verg. 4, 385)
SE180.
Seduxerit - seorsum duxit ... (= Verg. 4, 385)
SE181.
Sefan [ Safan ] - chyrogrillicos ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 20)
SE182.
Sefar [ Sephar ] - interpretatur tubic ... (Orig. in num. 27, 12 p. 275, 2)
SE183.
Seffora [ Sefora ] - interpretatur galli ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 14, 25 ?)
SE184.
Sega [ Sega ] - id est hysopi uirtu ... (= nom. Bibl.)
SE185.
Segenum [ saetigerum ] - caprarum. ... (Gloss.)
SE186.
Seges - messis ...
SE187.
Seges - ager est in quo ser ... (Isid. etym. 15, 13, 8)
SE188.
Seges aegra - messis ... (= Verg. 3, 142)
SE189.
Seges aegra - seges lassa et marc ... (= Verg. 3, 142)
SE190.
Segetem - messem ; a secundo ...
SE191.
Segetes - manipuli messis. ... (= Abol.)
SE192.
Segnes - debiles, ociosi ...
SE193.
Segnibus - pigris. ... (= Abstr.)
SE194.
Segnior - defornior ... (= Verg.)
SE195.
Segnior - tardior, pigrior. ... (= Verg.)
SE196.
Segnis - piger, tardus. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE197.
Segnis - ebens ... (= Syn. ?)
SE198.
Segnis - lentus. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE199.
Segnis - inefficax. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE200.
Segnis - id est ... (= «Abstr.»)
SE201.
Segnis - neglegens uel inuti ...
SE202.
Segnis - cessator, morator. ... (Syn.)
SE203.
Segnis - difficilis, socors. ... (Syn.)
SE204.
Segnis - inconsultus, incons ... (Syn.)
SE205.
Segnis - inprudens. ... (Syn.)
SE206.
Segnis - incuriosus, inproui ... (Syn.)
SE207.
Segnis - incogitans, inmemor ... (Syn.)
SE208.
Segnis - quasi ... (Isid. etym. 10, 247)
SE209.
Segnitiam - pegritiam ... (Gloss.)
SE210.
Segnitiam [ segnitia ] - pegritiam ...
SE211.
Segnitia - stultitia ...
SE212.
Segnities - tarditas, torpor, p ...
SE213.
Segnities - ut materies, hec ...
SE214.
Segon [ Segor ] - interpretatur loque ... (Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 21)
SE215.
Segor - urbs que est iuxta ... (Isid. ort. 9)
SE216.
Segor - una est ex quinque ... (Hier. sit. p. 43, 9 ; quaest. hebr. in gen. p. 30, 6)
SE217.
Segregat - secat, diuidat ... (Syn.)
SE218.
Segregat - distribuit ... (Syn.)
SE219.
Segregat - separat. ... (Syn.)
SE220.
Segregat - discernit, distingu ... (Syn.)
SE221.
Segregat - secernit. ... (Syn.)
SE222.
Segregat - dissociat, dissegre ... (Syn.)
SE223.
Seiam - pagani deam esse co ... (Aug. civ. 4, 8, 15 ; 25)
SE224.
Seyr [ seir ] - hyspidus et pilosus ... (Isid. etym. 7, 6, 33)
SE225.
Seiugat - maximus currus, qui ... (= Isid. etym. 18, 36, 2)
SE226.
Seiugat - separat. ... (Syn.)
SE227.
Seiugat - secat, diuidit. ... (Syn.)
SE228.
Seiugat - partitur ... (Syn.)
SE229.
Seiugat - discernit, distingu ... (Syn.)
SE230.
Sela - diapsalma Hebraice. ... (Gloss.)
SE231.
Selamnus [ silanus ] - tubus. ... (= SI 175)
R(equire)
SE232.
Sellastusensis [ stellatus ensis ] - more sterrarum ...
SE233.
Sella - interpretatur umbre ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 189, 73)
SE233bis.
Sella - tribunal. ... (Syn.)
SE234.
Sella - a sedendo dicta est ... (Isid. etym. 20, 11, 10)
./.
SE235.
Selenites - lapis quem lunarem ... (Isid. etym. 16, 4, 6)
SE236.
Selenites - translucet candido ... (= Isid. etym. 16, 10, 7)
SE237.
Seleuciam - ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 1, 13–4)
SE238.
Seleuchiam [ Seleuciam ] - Hisaurie urbem cond ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 1, 38)
SE239.
Seleuchiam [ Seleuciam ] - ciuitas Assirie nob ...
SE240.
Selechis - grece appellatur au ... (Ambr. hex. 5, 23, 83)
SE241.
Selinon - appium Greci ... (Med.)
SE242.
Selinis [ Selinus ] - ciuitas. Vigilius ...
SE243.
Seliqua [ siliqua ] - uicesima quarta par ... (Isid. etym. 16, 25, 9)
SE244.
Selmon [ Salmon ] - interpretatur umbra ... (= Aug. in psalm. 67, 21, 31 siue Hier. nom. hebr. p. 48, 28)
SE245.
Selo [ Sela ] - interpretatur dimis ... (= Aug. c. Faust. 22, 84 p. 688, 4, ex Hier. nom. hebr. p. 11, 6)
SE246.
Selon - interpraetatur locu ... (= Nom. Bibl.)
SE247.
Selom - translatus, siue re ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. p. 55, 15)
SE248.
Sem - dicitur nominatus, ... (Isid. etym. 7, 6, 16)
SE249.
Semegar - nomen adueniens, si ... (Euch. instr. 2 p. 187, 46)
SE250.
Semeia - interpretatur audie ... (= Isid. etym. 7, 8, 27)
SE251.
Semel - per ... (Orth.)
SE252.
Semel et simul - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 307[521])
SE253.
Semen - spuma est sanguinis ... (Isid. etym. 9, 6, 4 ; 11, 1, 97 ; 8, 11, 77)
SE254.
Semen - ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 1, 139 ; 142 ; 145)
SE255.
Semente una - feminigeris ... (Gloss.)
SE256.
Sementem tuam - feminigeris ...
SE257.
Sementis haec - nominatiuo casu, fa ...
SE258.
Semesam - semicomestam ...
SE259.
Semesum - semicomestum. ... (= 258)
SE260.
Semet - se ipsum. ... (= Abol.)
SE261.
Semet efferens - arrogans, tumidum, ... (Syn.)
SE262.
Semet efferens - semet ignarus, uent ... (Syn.)
SE263.
Semiadesa - semicomesta. ... (Gloss.)
SE264.
Semianimis - semiuiuus. ... (= Abol.)
SE265.
Semianimis - semineus ... (Syn.)
SE266.
Semianimis - exsanguis, inter mo ... (Syn.)
SE267.
Semianimis - uix uiuus. ... (Syn.)
SE268.
Sem - ...
SE269.
Semicinctium - minas ... (Isid. etym. 19, 33, 1)
SE270.
Semicinctium - quod dimidium cinga ... (Abstr.)
SE271.
Semicirculus - ... (Cassiod. (?) inst. II p. 169, 26)
SE272.
Semicors [ secors ] - minus habens cor. ... (Gloss.)
SE273.
Semikaput - dimidium caput ...
SE274.
Semiferi - dimidius ... (= Abol.)
SE275.
Semiferi - ex parte feri. ...
SE276.
Semiermis - semiarmatus, minus ...
SE277.
Semimarem - spadonem, eunucum. ...
SE278.
Seminat - per ... (= orth.)
SE279.
Semina flammae - scintillae. ... (Abol.)
SE280.
Seminarium - origo. ...
SE281.
Seminecem - semianimem ... (= Verg. 5, 275)
SE282.
Seminecem - exanimem, intermort ... (= Verg. 5, 275)
SE283.
Semineum - quod supra. ...
SE284.
Seminibus - natiuitatibus. ...
SE285.
Seminudus - semicoopertus ...
SE286.
Semiobolum - Latini uocant quod ... (Isid. etym. 16, 25, 10)
SE287.
Semiramis - regina Assiriorum q ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 1, 4)
SE288.
Semiruta - non diligenter emen ... (Gloss.)
SE289.
Semipes - claudus. ... (= Abol.)
R(equire)
SE290.
Semipedalis - ...
SE291.
Semipleni - medii. ...
SE292.
Semiplagium [ Symplagium ] - minus recte ...
SE293.
Semispatium [ semispathium ] - gladium est spate l ... (Isid. etym. 18, 6, 5)
SE294.
Inter Semitam, callem et tramitem - hoc interest: semit ... (Isid. diff. 456[539])
SE295.
Semita - itineris est, a sem ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 16, 9)
SE296.
Semita - duorum pedum est ut ...
SE297.
Semiuir - spado, eunuchus ...
SE298.
Semiuiro - effeminato. ...
SE299.
Semiuiuus - semianimis. ... (Syn.)
SE300.
Semiuiuus - uix uiuus. ... (Syn.)
SE301.
Semiuiuus - simineus ... (Syn.)
SE302.
Semiuiuus - exsanguis, inter mo ... (Syn.)
SE303.
Semiustum - semiustum latum ... (= Verg. 3, 578)
SE304.
Semiustum - ex partem ... (= Verg. 3, 578)
SE305.
Semnion - monasterium siue ho ... (Abol.)
SE306.
Semnion - in nostra lingua si ... (Rufin. hist. 2, 17, 9)
SE307.
Sempiternum - perennae aeternum ... (Syn.)
SE308.
Sempiternum - intemerabile, inmor ... (Syn.)
SE309.
Sempiternum - perpetuum. ... (Syn.)
SE310.
Sempiternum et perpetuum - hoc discrepat, quod ... (Isid. diff. 8[496])
SE311.
Sempiternus - peculiaris. ... (Gloss.)
SE312.
Semota - obtecta. ... (Gloss.)
SE313.
Semmuntia [ semuncia ] - idem et stater dict ... (Isid. etym. 16, 25, 16)
SE314.
Senam - interpretatur habun ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. p. 52, 14)
SE315.
Sennaar - locus est Babilonis ... (Hier. in Dan. 1, 1, 2)
SE316.
Sennaar - interpretatur denti ... (= Hier. nom. hebr. 56, 19)
SE317.
Sennaar - latissima uallis ... (Greg. M. moral. 14, 53, 113 ; 14, 53, 107)
SE318.
Senatus - patres, ordo amplis ... (Syn.)
SE319.
Senatus - nobilium cura ... (Gloss.)
SE320.
Senatus - unus et uerus Roman ... (Eutr. 1, 2, 1)
SE321.
Senatus - a senectute ... (= Plac. 40, 16)
SE322.
Senatui - nomen aetas dedit ... (Isid. etym. 9, 4, 8–12)
SE323.
Senatus consultum - ... (= Isid. etym. 5, 12)
SE324.
Sena [ hyaena ] - grecum est, quod la ... (Phys. B 18, 1-5)
SE325.
Senectute confectus - est ... (Syn.)
SE326.
Senectute confectus - confectus senio, co ... (Syn.)
SE327.
Senectus - sexta aetas hominis ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 2, 7 ; 30 ; 28)
SE328.
Senectus - quatuor ebdomadis c ... (= Isid. diff. II 18[76–7] ; 19[84])
SE329.
Senes - quidam dictos sputa ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 2, 27–8)
SE330.
Senior - quinta aetas homini ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 2, 6)
SE331.
Senior - ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 2, 25)
SE332.
Senium - pars est ultima sen ... (= Isid. etym. 11, 2, 8)
SE333.
inter Senium et senectutem - hoc interest: senec ... (Isid. diff. 400[531])
SE334.
Senior - annis grandis. ... (Syn.)
SE335.
Senior - maior natu, grandis ... (Syn.)
SE336.
Senes - seniores, maiores, ... (= Syn.)
SE337.
Senior - prior uel maior. ... (Gloss.)
SE338.
Senio - senectute. ...
SE339.
Senium - senectutem. ... (= Abstr.)
SE340.
Senit [ sinit ] - relinquid, dimittit ...
SE341.
Senicion [ senicio ] - Latini uocant herba ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 9, 53)
SE342.
Senidocium - coetus artificis. ...
SE343.
Sensa - nota pro sensus cor ... («Abstr.»)
SE344.
Sensibilia - dicimus que uisu ta ... (Aug. civ. 8, 6, 29)
SE345.
Sensim - paulatim. ... (Abstr.)
SE346.
Sensim - leniter. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE347.
Sensim - molliter uel leuite ... (= Syn. ?)
SE348.
Sensim - subinde. ... (= Syn. ?)
SE349.
Sensim - caute uel sollicite ... (= Syn. ?)
SE350.
Sensim - cunctanter, cunctab ... (Syn.)
SE351.
Sensim - timide, diffidenter ... (Syn.)
SE352.
Sensim - pedeceptim ... (Syn.)
SE353.
Sensim - esitanter. ... (Syn.)
SE354.
Sensit - intellexit. ... (Abstr.)
SE355.
Sensit - praeuidit, conspexi ...
SE356.
Sensus - mens, animus, consi ... (Syn.)
SE357.
Sensus caret [ sensu c. ] - stupet, marcet, tor ... (= Syn.)
SE358.
Inter sensum et intellectum - hoc interest: sensu ... (Isid. diff. 18[497] ; II 90–1)
SE359.
Sensus - ... (Isid. etym. 11, 1, 19 ; 18 ; 24 ; 13)
SE360.
Inter sensum et memoriam - haec distinctio est ... (Isid. diff. II 22[88])
SE361.
Senta - orrida ... (Gloss.)
SE362.
Sentaria - sordida. ... (= Abstr.)
SE363.
Sententia - consilium. ... (Gloss.)
SE364.
Sententia - uoluntas. ... (= Syn.)
SE365.
Sententia - iudicium, propositu ... (= Syn.)
SE366.
Sententiosus - integre iudicans. ... (= Abstr.)
SE367.
Sententiose - quasi sententialite ... (Greg. M. moral. 23, 1, 132)
SE368.
Sententia - Est ... (Isid. etym. 2, 21, 14–27)
SE369.
Sentes - uia spinosa ... (Gloss.)
SE370.
Sentes - siluae spinosae. ... (= Verg. 9, 382 ?)
SE371.
Sentes - spinae, spinas. ... (= Verg. 9, 382 ?)
SE372.
Sentibus - uepribus, spinis. ...
SE373.
Sentice - quod rubum dicitur ... (= med. ?)
SE374.
Senticem ursinam - ursinam ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 7, 59)
SE375.
Sentix - ... (= Isid. etym. 17, 7, 60)
SE376.
Sentina - aqua ferida ...
SE377.
Sentio - intellego. ... (= Syn.)
SE378.
Sentio - respicio, uideo, ce ... (= Syn.)
SE379.
Sentio - animaduerto. ... (= Syn.)
SE380.
Sentio - existimo, arbitror. ... (= Syn.)
SE381.
Sentio - puto, credo. ... (= Syn.)
SE382.
Sentio - opinor, reor, iudic ... (= Syn.)
SE383.
Sentio - conitio, colligo, s ... (= Syn.)
SE384.
Sentio - animo conspicio. ... (= Syn.)
SE385.
Sentit - intellegit, animadu ...
SE386.
Sentite - animaduertite. ... (= Syn.)
SE387.
Sentite - adtendite, cognosci ... (= Syn.)
SE388.
Sentite - respicite, audite u ... (= Syn.)
SE389.
Sentis - intellegis. ... (Gloss.)
SE390.
Sentis - spina. ...
SE391.
Sentosis locis - spinosis locis. ...
SE392.
Seon - interpretatur arbor ... (Orig. in num. 12, 4 p. 104, 4)
SE393.
Seorsum - separatum. ... (Abstr.)
SE394.
Seorsum - sequestratum. ...
SE395.
Seorsum - in partem. ...
SE396.
Separat - secat. ... (Syn.)
SE397.
Separat - diuidit. ... (Syn.)
SE398.
Separat - partitur, segregat. ... (Syn.)
SE399.
Separat - distribuit, credidi ... (Syn.)
SE400.
Separat - distinguit, secerni ... (Syn.)
SE401.
Separat - dissociat. ... (Syn.)
SE402.
Separat - dissegregat, seiung ... (Syn.)
SE403.
Separat - dimouit, distendit; ... (Syn.)
SE404.
Separia - pro separata aut di ... (= Plac. 42, 2)
SE405.
Saepe - per ... (Orth.)
SE406.
Saepe - sepissime, sepius. ... (Syn.)
SE407.
Saepe - frequenter. ... (Syn.)
SE408.
Saepe - assidue, crebro. ... (Syn.)
SE409.
Saepe - identidem, geminatu ... (Syn.)
SE410.
Saepe - continenter, conseq ... (Syn.)
SE411.
Saepe dictus - frequenter nominatu ... (Abol.)
SE412.
Saepedium - refugium. ...
SE413.
Saepe querit [ s. queri ] - saepe lugubriter ca ...
SE414.
Saepelirent - conderent. ...
SE415.
Sepelire - ... (diff.)
SE416.
Sepelire - ... (Isid. etym. 11, 2, 37)
SE417.
Sepellitur [ sepelitur ] - conburitur, crematu ... (Syn.)
SE418.
Sepellitur [ sepelitur ] - effertur, funus ded ... (Syn.)
SE419.
Seperos - bacas lauri. ... (Gloss.)
SE420.
Sepes - munimenta satorum ... (= Isid. etym. 15, 9, 6)
SE421.
Sepem - uallum, munimentum ... (= Verg. georg. 1, 270 ?)
SE422.
Sepem - agerem ... (= Verg. georg. 1, 270)
SE423.
Sepia - ... (Isid. etym. 12, 6, 46)
SE424.
Sepire - cludere. ... (Abol.)
SE425.
Sepit - munit. ... (= Abstr.)
SE426.
Sepit - circumdat. ...
SE427.
Sepit - circumdedit, circum ... (= Abstr.)
SE428.
Sepius [ saepius ] - frequentius, crebri ...
SE429.
Saepius - multotiens. ...
SE430.
Seplassarius [ seplassasius ] - negotiator qui mult ... (Gloss.)
SE431.
Seplassu [ seplassarium ] - statio ubi pigmenta ...
SE432.
Seponit - sequestrat. ... (Abstr.)
SE433.
Seps - exigua serpens, qui ... (Isid. etym. 12, 4, 31)
SE434.
Sepsit - circumdedit. ... (= Abstr.)
SE435.
Sepsit - cooperuit, comminui ... (= Verg. 1, 411 ?)
SE436.
Sepsit - uallabit ... (= Verg. 1, 411)
SE437.
Septa - circumdata. ... (Abol. ?)
SE438.
Septa - loca sancta. ...
SE439.
Septa - Greca. ...
SE440.
Septa [ s. armis ] - apparatibus, armis ... (= Abol.)
SE441.
Septa armis - circumdata armis. ... (= 440)
SE442.
Septem arces - obs ... (Verg. georg. 2, 535)
SE443.
Septem arces - septem montes intra ... (= Verg. georg. 2, 535)
SE444.
Septem - oppidum a montibus ... (Isid. etym. 15, 1, 73)
SE445.
September mensis - nomen habet a numer ... (= Isid. etym. 5, 33, 11) + (= Plac. 26, 17?) + …?
SE446.
Septentrio - ... (Isid. etym. 13, 11, 11 ; 3)
SE447.
Septentrio - a septem stellis ax ... (= Isid. etym. 13, 1, 5)
SE448.
Septentrio - ille est quem Graec ... (Isid. nat. 26, 3)
SE449.
Septennem [ septenne ] - septem annos habens ... (Gloss.)
SE450.
Septima estas [ s. aestas ] - septimus annus. ... (Verg. 1, 755)
SE451.
Septimanam - Latini uocant, quas ... (Isid. etym. 5, 32)
SE452.
Septis meis - cortibus ouium ... (Gloss.)
SE453.
Septus - circumdatus. ... (= Abol.)
SE454.
Septum - clausum semper. ...
SE455.
Septus - uallatus, munitus ...
SE456.
Septum - uallum, munitiones, ... (Syn.)
SE457.
Sepulchro - sepulturae. ... (Verg.)
SE458.
Sepulchrum - tumulum. ...
SE459.
Sepulchrum, monumentum et tumulum - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 314[522])
SE460.
Sepulchrum - a sepulto dictum. P ... (Isid. etym. 15, 11, 1)
SE461.
Sepulchrum - mortis est habitacu ... (Max. Taur. 39, 51)
SE462.
Sepultus - stratus sempiternus ... (Gloss.)
SE463.
Sepultam - obpressum ...
SE464.
Sepultus - humatus. ... (Syn.)
SE465.
Sepultus - conditus, crematus, ... (Syn.)
SE466.
Sepultus - supremo honore affe ... (Syn.)
SE467.
Sepultus - ... (= Isid. etym. 10, 262)
SE468.
Sequamur - pareamus. ...
SE469.
Sequar - exsequar, enarrem. ... (= Verg. 1, 342)
SE470.
Sequar - conscientiam ...
SE471.
Sequare - sequatur. ...
SE472.
Sequar - prosequar, adsentia ... (Abol. ?)
SE473.
Sequax - docilis. ...
SE474.
Sequax - discipulus, ad ...
SE475.
Sequax - discipulus qui doce ...
SE476.
Sequae [ seque ] - et se. ... (Verg.)
SE477.
Sequella - mos, ritus. ... (Syn.)
SE478.
Sequella - consuetudo uel inst ... (Syn.)
SE479.
Sequella - exemplum. ... (Syn.)
SE480.
Sequentium - hoc est obseruantiu ... (Verg. 6, 200 –tum)
SE481.
Sequentium - subiectorum, humili ... (= Verg. 6, 200)
SE482.
Sequester - susceptor pignoris. ... (Abstr.)
SE483.
Sequester - pedisequis ... (= Abol.)
SE484.
Sequestres - pedisequi, discreto ... (= 483)
SE485.
Sequester - qui certantibus med ... (= Isid. diff. 335[195])
SE486.
Sequester - ... (Isid. etym. 10, 260)
SE487.
Sequens - molle, tenere ... (Syn.)
SE488.
Sequere Italiam - Italiam pete. ... (Verg. 4, 381)
SE489.
Sequimur te - quod iubes facimus. ... (Verg. 4, 576)
SE490.
Sequitur - imitatur. ...
SE491.
Sequius - obliquius aud ... (= Abol.)
SE492.
Se quoque - etiam se. ...
SE493.
Sera - tarda uel dira. ... (Verg. 7, 16?)
SE494.
Seram - tardam, nouissimam. ... (Gloss.)
SE495.
Serram - genus piscis nuncup ... (Isid. etym. 12, 6, 16)
SE496.
Sera [ serra ] - belua est marina pe ... (Phys. B 4, 1-4)
SE497.
Serrae - nomen de sono factu ... (= Isid. etym. 19, 19, 9)
Θ
SE498.
Seraphin - ardentes, uel incen ... (= Euch. instr. 2 p. 193, 138-141)
Θ
SE499.
Seraphin - incendens uel penne ... (Hier. nom. hebr. ?) + (= ?)
Θ
SE500.
Seraphin - multitudo est angel ... (Isid. etym. 7, 5, 24–5)
SE501.
Serapis - omnium maximus Aegi ... (= Isid. etym. 8, 11, 85)
SE502.
Serapis - deus ... (Gloss. ?)
R(equire)
SE503.
Seras - serotinas ; se enim ... (Gloss. ?)
SE504.
Serculis [ ferculis? ] - plangis. ... (Gloss.)
SE505.
Serenat - serenas facit. ... (Verg. 1, 255)
SE506.
Serena luce - pura luce. ...
SE507.
Serenissima - lucidissima. ...
SE508.
Serenos uultus - laetas figuras. ... (= Verg. 2, 285)
SE509.
Sereno uultu [ serenos uultus ] - laeta facie ... (= Verg. 2, 285 ?)
SE510.
Serenum - purum. ... (Syn.)
SE511.
Serenum - sudum ... (Syn.)
SE512.
Serenum - nitens, splendidum. ... (Syn.)
SE513.
Serenum - fulgidum, micans. ... (Syn.)
SE514.
Serenum - placidum, quietum. ... (Syn.)
SE515.
Serenum - tranquillum. ... (Syn.)
SE516.
Serenum et tranquillum - ita distinguitur: s ... (Isid. diff. 447[536])
SE517.
Serenus - laetus, placidus. ... (Abstr.)
SE518.
Serere - seminare. ...
SE519.
Sererent - dicerent. ... (= Abstr.)
SE520.
Serere - ... (Isid. etym. 17, 2, 6)
SE521.
Seres - oppidum orientis ... (= Isid. etym. 14, 3, 29)
SE522.
Seres - a proprio oppido no ... (= Isid. etym. 9, 2, 40)
SE523.
Serestus - unus ex principibus ... (Verg. 9, 171 ?)
SE524.
Seret [ serit ] - adfirmat. ... (= Abol.)
SE525.
Seret [ serit ] - dicit uel seminat. ... (= Abstr.)
SE526.
Seria - necessaria, grauia ... («Abstr.»)
SE527.
Seria - molesta ... (= Abstr.)
SE528.
Seriam rem - necessariam rem. ... (= Abol.)
SE529.
Sericum - ... (Isid. etym. 19, 27, 5)
SE530.
Saeries [ series ] - per ... (Orth.)
SE531.
Saeries [ series ] - regum ... (Abstr.)
SE532.
Saeriem [ seriem ] - tempus longum. ... (= Abstr.)
SE533.
Series - contextio. ... (= Abol.)
SE534.
Series - ordo. ... (= Abol.)
SE535.
Series - ordo rerum longissi ...
SE536.
Seriola - ... (Isid. etym. 20, 6, 6)
SE537.
Seris - sarracla ...
SE538.
Seringa [ syringa ] - uirga in harundine ...
SE539.
Serinis [ Erinys ] - nomen Furiae ...
SE540.
Serit - dicit aut seminat ... (= 525)
SE541.
Serius - modestius ...
SE542.
Serius - tardius. ...
SE543.
Sermo - ... (Isid. etym. 6, 8, 2–4)
SE544.
Sermo - plurimum uerborum o ... (Isid. diff. 154[578])
SE545.
Sermocinantur - intesse ... (= Syn.)
SE546.
Sermocinantur - uerba coniciunt. ... (= Syn.)