LÜSUS

(Luss. C.) Hırsızlar, sârıklar

Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük . 2009.

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  • Lusus [2] — Lusus, nebst Pan Zugführer des Bacchus bei dessen fabelhaftem Unternehmen gegen Spanien; nach ihm soll Lusitanien benannt sein …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Lusus — Erwähnung von Luso/Lysa als Kinder des Bacchus und Namensgeber Lusitaniens in Camões Lusiaden, Canto III, 21.6 Lusus (portugiesisch Luso) ist eine Figur der portugieschen Nationalmythologie, die von Luís de Camões in seinem 1572 erschienenem Epos …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • lusus — n. (in full lusus naturae) a freak of nature. Etymology: L * * * ˈlüsəs noun ( es) Etymology: New Latin, from Latin, game, from lusu …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lusus, S. — S. Lusus (9. Febr.), ein Martyrer in Aegypten. S. S. Julius5. (II. 294) …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

  • lusus — n. part of the Latin term lusus naturae (monster, freak of nature) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lusus — lu·sus …   English syllables

  • lušus — lušùs, ì adj. (4) nuolaidus, lėtas: Anas lušùs, su niekuom nesmuša Vrnv. Geriau būt lušiam, nei ką muštis Vrnv …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • lusus na|tu|rae — «nuh TUR ee, TYUR », something, such as a plant or animal, that deviates greatly from the normal; freak of nature. ╂[< Latin lūsus nātūrae a jest of nature; lūsus, ūs a playing < lūdere to play] …   Useful english dictionary


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