ansula


ansula

ānsula, ae, f. (Demin. v. ansa, ital. asola, Knopfloch), ein kleiner Griff, ein Henkelchen, eine kleine Schlinge, ein kleiner Ring, Apul. met. 3, 4; 11, 4. Amm. 28, 1, 36. Vulg. exod. 26, 4 u. 5. Augustin. conf. 8, 3; doctr. Chr. 2, 20. Arnob. 6, 16 (wo: subscudibus et catenis, uncis atque ansulis retentari): bes. kleine Öse an den Schuhsohlen (vgl. ansa), Val. Max. 8, 12. ext. 3. Sidon. ep. 8, 11. carm. v. 16.


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