animosus


animosus

animōsus, a, um, Adi. m. Compar. (animus), mutvoll, mutig, herzhaft, beherzt, im üblen Sinne hitzig, ungestüm (Ggstz. timidus, formidolosus), I) im allg.: vir animosus, Naev. com. fr.: fortis et animosus vir, Cic.: comes animosior quam auctor, Liv.: animosus Priamides Hector, Hor.: an. equus, Ov.: animosior senectus, Cic.: an. signa (Statuen), Prop.: guttura, Ov.: bella an. gerere, Ov.: an. frigus, Furcht mit Mut gepaart, Stat.: dictum alicuius animosum, praeceptum utile, Sen.: an. contentio, Plin. – poet. übtr. v. Winden, ventus, Ov.: Euri, Verg. – m. Abl. = pochend, stolz auf etwas, animosus spoliis, Ov.: parens vobis animosa creatis, stolz, euch geboren zu haben, Ov. – II) insbes., leidenschaftlich, hitzig, erpicht auf Erwerbung einer Sache, corruptor, Tac.: animosiorem eius rei emptorem esse, ICt.


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