acus [3]


acus [3]

3. acus, ūs, f. (v. Stamme AC, wovon auch 1. u. 2. acus, sowie acuo, acies u.a.), die Spitze, der Stift, I) als Nadel (vgl. Paul. ex Fest. 9, 6), a) übh.: pars acuum, quae acuta est, Cels.: grana ciceris spatio distanti missa in acum continuo et sine frustratione inserere, Quint.: filum conicere in acum, einfädeln, Cels.: acu duo lina traicere, Cels.: vulnus, quod acu punctum videtur, Cic.: acu pingere, sticken, Verg.: dasselbe acu facere, Plin. – Sprichw., tetigisti acu, du hast den rechten Fleck, den Nagel auf den Kopf getroffen, Plaut. rud. 1306: si acum quaereres, acum invenisses, vom sorgfältigen Suchen, Plaut. Men. 238 sq. – b) zum Zusammenhalten der Haarfrisur (Haarwulst), die Haarnadel, Nestnadel, comatoria, Petr.: crinalis, Apul.: discriminalis, Hieron.: crinibus distinguendis, Tert.: inustas comas acu comere, Quint.: capillus etsi non cotidie acu ornandus, tamen cotidie pectine expediendus, Fronto. – II) als Stift od. Dorn einer Schnalle, Treb. Poll. Claud. 14, 5. – III) als Stecker des Pflanzers, Pallad. 1, 43, 2. – / acus als masc. bei Plin. 26, 5 (doch cod. Paris. 6705 evulsa acu); vgl. Prisc. 5, 33 u. 6, 75. Prob. 20, 27. – Dat. Sing. acu, Plin. 28, 179: Genet. Plur. acuum, Cels. 7, 16. p. 293, 37 D.: Abl. Plur. acubus, Cels. 7, 16. p. 294, 5 u. 8 D.


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