affector


affector

affector, ātus sum, ārī (Nbf. v. affecto), nach etw. eifrig streben, -trachten, etw. zu gewinnen suchen, regnum, Varr. b. Diom. 382, 4: amorem cunctorum, Cassiod. var. 8, 20: agriculturam, sich mit A. befassen, Fulg. Myth. 3, 2. – / Ps. Apul. herb. 16 (15), 3 lemm. liest Ackermann mulierem affectare (vgl. dessen not. cr. p. 316).


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