contemptibilis

contemptibilis
contemptibilis, e, comtemptible, of slight account, 1 C. 1:28; 6:4; 2 C. 10:10.*

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  • contemptible — ⇒CONTEMPTIBLE, adj. Rare. Qui mérite le mépris, méprisable. Une offrande si contemptible (GIDE, Si le grain ne meurt, 1924, p. 611). Rem. Attesté ds Ac. 1798 1878 et, au XXe s., par Nouv. Lar. ill., Lar. 20e, QUILLET 1965. Prononc. et Orth.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • contemptible — contemptibility, contemptibleness, n. contemptibly, adv. /keuhn temp teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. deserving of or held in contempt; despicable. 2. Obs. contemptuous. [1350 1400; ME ( < MF) < LL contemptibilis, equiv. to contempt(us) (see CONTEMPT) +… …   Universalium

  • contentible — (de «contemptible») adj. Despreciable. * * * contentible. (Del ant. contemptible, y este del lat. contemptibĭlis). adj. p. us. Despreciable, de ninguna estimación …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • contemptible — (del lat. «contemptibĭlis»; ant.) adj. Despreciable …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • contemptible — (kon tan pti bl ) adj. Qui mérite le mépris. •   Ma peur est que.... Ma foi, qu en me voyant elle avait agréable, Ne lui soit contemptible en ne me voyant pas, MALH. V, 23. •   Si dans les moindres dons tu passes à considérer leur auteur, Verras… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • VERBERA — multiplicis generis, ususque. In Scholis verbere monita iuventus, sapere discit: de cuiusmodi Verberibus Scholasticis Ausonius; Gratiani Imp. Praeceptor, Ep. 4. Ausonius; cuius ferulam nunc sceptra verentur. Item Protrept. ad Nepotem, Eidyll. 4.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ԴԻՒՐԱԽՈՇՏԱՆԳ — ( ) NBH 1 0631 Chronological Sequence: 6c ա. εὑκαταφρόνητος contemptibilis Դիւրաւ անգոսնելի. *Գործք ոչ դիւրախոշտանգք եւ արհամարհելիք. Փիլ. իմաստն …   հայերեն բառարան (Armenian dictionary)

  • contemptible — late 14c., from L. contemptibilis worthy of scorn, from contempt , pp. stem of contemnere (see CONTEMPT (Cf. contempt)). Related: Contemptibility; contemptibly …   Etymology dictionary

  • contentible — (Del ant. contemptible, y este del lat. contemptibĭlis). adj. p. us. Despreciable, de ninguna estimación …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • contemptible — [kən temp′tə bəl] adj. [ME < L contemptibilis] 1. deserving of contempt or scorn; worthless; despicable 2. Obs. contemptuous contemptibility n. contemptibleness contemptibly adv …   English World dictionary

  • contemptible — adj. deserving contempt; despicable. Derivatives: contemptibility n. contemptibly adv. Etymology: ME f. OF or LL contemptibilis (as contemn) …   Useful english dictionary

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