afflictus [1]


afflictus [1]

1. afflīctus (adflīctus, arch. affleictus, Corp. inscr. Lat. 1, 1175), a, um, PAdj. m. Compar. (v. affligo), 1) übelzugerichtet, zerrüttet, mißlich, elend, unglücklich (Ggstz. integer, florens), fortuna, amicitia, Cic.: res (Ggstz. prosperae), Liv. u. Oros.: res Romana, Liv.: fides, der gesunkene Kredit, Tac.: afflictior condicio, Cic. ep. 6, 1, 6. – 2) niedergeschlagen, bestürzt, mutlos, aegritudine afflictus, debilitatus, iacens, Cic.: afflictus vitam in tenebris luctuque trahebam, Verg.: excitare afflictos, Cic.: recreare afflictos animos bonorum, Cic.: afflicti et fracti animi fuit, Cic. – 3) herabgewürdigt, verachtet, verworfen, homo afflictus et perditus, Cic.: afflicti mores, Macr.


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