armamenta

  • 1 Armamenta — (röm. Ant.), 1) Geräthschaften, bes. 2) bei Schiffen die Ausrüstung u. das Tauwerk, Segel, Segelstangen, Ruder, Seile etc. Daher Armamentarĭum, Waffenhaus, Zeughaus …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 2 armamenta navis — The paraphernalia of a ship …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 3 АРМАМЕНТА —    • Armamenta,          все, что относится к снаряжению корабля, как то: паруса, весла, канаты и т. п …

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  • 4 TRIERARCHUS — in Rep. Atheniensi dicebatur, qui navem bellicam armamentaque navalia et eius generis alia, praebebat. Ulpianus, Τριήραρχός ἐςτιν ὁ ναῦν παρεχόμενος πολεμικην` καὶ οκεύη τῇ νηΐ καὶ ὅσα τοιαῦτα. Cui muneri obeundo ditissimi quique assignabantur,… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 5 utensile — Utensile, toute chose necessaire à nostre usage, Vtensile vtensilis. Utensiles et instrumens servans à quelque chose que ce soit, principalement à navires, Armamenta. Le lieu où on serre toutes sortes d utensiles et garnitures, Armamentaþrium.… …

    Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • 6 Armament — Ar ma*ment, n. [L. armamenta, pl., utensils, esp. the tackle of a ship, fr. armare to arm: cf. LL. armamentum, F. armement.] 1. A body of forces equipped for war; used of a land or naval force. The whole united armament of Greece. Glover. [1913… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 armament — noun Etymology: French armement, from Latin armamenta (plural) utensils, military or naval equipment, from armare Date: 1699 1. a military or naval force 2. a. the aggregate of a nation s military strength b. weapons, arms 3. th …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 8 armamentarium — noun (plural armamentaria) Etymology: Latin, armory, from armamenta Date: circa 1860 a collection of resources available or utilized for an undertaking or field of activity; especially the equipment, methods, and pharmaceuticals used in medicine …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 9 РУССКИЙ УКАЗАТЕЛЬ СТАТЕЙ — Абант Άβας Danaus Абанты Άβαντες Абарис Άβαρις Абдера Abdera Абдулонома Абдул Abdulonymus Абелла Abella Абеллинум Abellinum Абеона Abeona Абидос или Абид… …

    Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • 10 armament — /ahr meuh meuhnt/, n. 1. the arms and equipment with which a military unit or military apparatus is supplied. 2. a land, sea, or air force equipped for war. 3. armor (def. 5). 4. Usually, armaments. military strength collectively: the armaments… …

    Universalium

  • 11 armamentarium — All the therapeutic means available to the health practitioner for professional practice. [L. an arsenal, fr. armamenta, implements, tackle, fr. arma, armor, arms] * * * ar·ma·men·tar·i·um .är mə .men ter ē əm, mən n, pl tar·ia ē ə the equipment …

    Medical dictionary

  • 12 Socii navales —    • Socii navāles          Экипаж римских флотов набирался из беднейших граждан и вольноотпущенников. Впоследствии поставка гребцов и матросов, а также все вооружение (armamenta) и продовольствие (frumentum) флотов возлагалось на союзников, и т …

    Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • 13 CANTUS Ambrosianus — ab Ambrosio institutus in Ecclesia, memoratur Radulfo Tungr. de Canonum Observ. l. 10. Proposit. 12. ibique Romano contradistinguitur, his verbis: officium Ambrosianum ad Nocturnos et Matutinos atque Vesperas, Laudes, nec non ad Missam, habet… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 14 FUNES — olim e viminibus, nondum cognito cannabis usu. Lycophron Cassandrâ, Σφραγὶς μένει Θόαντος εν πλευραῖς ἔτι, Λύγοιςι τετρανθεῖςα. Vibix manet Thoantis in tergis adhuc Lentis betulis sculpta. Calpurn. Ecl. 2. Quod si dura times etiam nunc verbera… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 15 PAPYRACEAE Naves — quibus ex papyro textis in Nilo utebantur, occurrunt apud Plin. l. 13. c. 11. Ex ipso quidem papyro navigia texunt: at e libro vela tegetesque, nec non et vestem, etiam stragula et funes. Et Theophrastum, ubi de papyro, Καὶ γὰρ πλοῖα ποιοῦςιν ἐζ… …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 16 SPARTUM — Graece Σπαρτον, apud Veteres usurpatum reperitur, de herbis omnibus ad vitilia, nexilia et extilia aptis, ut sunt linum, cannabis, iunci, genistae, aliaque id genus. Quod vel ex Dioscoride patet, ubi Σπαρτίον describens genistam exprimit, vitibus …

    Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • 17 armamentario — ar·ma·men·tà·rio s.m. CO 1a. complesso degli strumenti e dei materiali necessari allo svolgimento di un attività: armamentario da falegname, da elettricista | scherz., complesso di oggetti e strumenti ritenuti eccessivi o superflui: con tutto il… …

    Dizionario italiano

  • 18 armamentario — /armamen tarjo/ s.m. [dal lat. armamentarium, der. di armamenta, neutro plur., attrezzatura ]. 1. (ant.) [deposito di armi ed esplosivi] ▶◀ arsenale. 2. (estens.) a. [complesso di arnesi o materiali necessari allo svolgimento di una attività: a.… …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 19 armamento — /arma mento/ s.m. [dal lat. armamenta, neutro plur., attrezzatura ]. 1. (milit.) a. [l insieme di ciò che occorre ad armare qualcuno] ▶◀ (ant.) armatura, (ant.) armeggio. b. (estens.) [al plur., l insieme di quanto concorre alla potenza di terra …

    Enciclopedia Italiana

  • 20 Armament — Ar|ma|ment das; s <aus gleichbed. lat. armamenta (Plur.)> Ausrüstung; Takelwerk von Schiffen …

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