excruciare


excruciare
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  • Excruciate — Ex*cru ci*ate, a. [L. excruciatus, p. p. of excruciare to excruciate; ex out + cruciare to put to death on a cross, to torment. See {Cruciate}, {Cross}.] Excruciated; tortured. [1913 Webster] And here my heart long time excruciate. Chapman. [1913 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • excruciate — transitive verb ( ated; ating) Etymology: Latin excruciatus, past participle of excruciare, from ex + cruciare to crucify, from cruc , crux cross Date: circa 1570 1. to inflict intense pain on ; torture 2. to subject to intense mental distress •… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Стихи Катулла к Ювенцию — Ювенций имя адресата ряда любовных стихотворений римского поэта Гая Валерия Катулла, из которых исследователи делают вывод о бисексуальности автора [1]. Хотя в Риме действительно существовала фамилия Ювенции, но имя условно и ассоциируется с… …   Википедия

  • excruciate — /ik skrooh shee ayt /, v.t., excruciated, excruciating. 1. to inflict severe pain upon; torture: The headache excruciated him. 2. to cause mental anguish to; irritate greatly. [1560 70; < L excruciatus, ptp. of excruciare to torment, torture,… …   Universalium

  • harrow — I verb aggrieve, agitate, alarm, annoy, appall, assail, badger, bedevil, beset, besiege, bother, browbeat, bully, chafe, chagrin, cross, discompose, disconcert, dismay, displease, disquiet, disturb, excruciare, fret, give pain, harass, harm,… …   Law dictionary

  • CEREAE Icones — multo in usu Veterib. utpote quae optime et ad nativum vultus repraesentant, nullâ picturâ veritatem magis, quam cerâ, imitante. Unde simiarum sollertiam hôc maxime argumentô demonstrat Plinius, quod fictas cerâ icones visu distinguere, et a… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • MULHUSIA vulgo MULHAUSEN — MULHUSIA, vulgo MULHAUSEN urbs Alsatiae superioris ad Hellelum fluv. Imperialis, munita, et Helvetiis aggregata, ab A. C. 1515. in Sundgovia inserta. Arialbinum veterib. quibusdam. Eius Advocatiam olim habuit Episcopus Argentoratensis, sicut et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • STIGMATIAE — dicebantur olim Servi fugitivi, qui e fuga retracti stigmatibus notabantur. Qui mos quam antiquus, ex Herodoto l. 7. discimus, ubi stigmata Xerxem Hellesponto inussisse, praeter alias serviles poenas eidem inflictas, tradit: Et confirmat idem,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • excruciating — ex|cru|ci|at|ing [ıkˈskru:ʃieıtıŋ] adj [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: excruciate to cause great pain to (16 21 centuries), from Latin excruciare, from cruciare to crucify , from crux cross ] 1.) extremely painful ▪ When I bend my arm, the pain is… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Exkruziation — Ex|kru|zi|a|ti|on die; , en <aus gleichbed. lat. excruciatio zu excruciare, vgl. ↑exkruziieren> (veraltet) Folter, Marter, Qual …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch