labium


labium
labium, iī, n., Lefze, Lippe, gew. im Plur., fissurae labiorum, Plin.: compressio labiorum, Lact.: labiorum in se collisorum strepitus, Schol. Iuven.: labia demissa, herabhängende, Ter.: creber digitorum labiorumque motus, Quint.: alci nasum, aures labiaque praecīdere, Iustin.: manum ori admovens osculum labiis impressit, Min. Fel.: leviter et primoribus, ut dicitur, labiis delibasse, Fronto epist. ad M. Caes. 4, 3. p. 63, 3 N.: ut non levi usitatoque sermone et, ut ita loquar, summis labiis hospites invitemus, Hieron. epist. 125, 14: labiis ductare alqm, mit den Lippen zum Narren (zum besten haben), Plaut. mil. 93. – übtr., der umgebogene Rand, labium rivi, Gromat. vet. 365, 17: labia inflexa (cucurbitarum), Cael. Aur. de morb. acut. 3, 17, 149. – Sing. labium, Seren. bei Non. 210, 21. Vulg. gen. 11, 1. 6. 9; exod. 25, 24 u. ö.

Ausführliches Lateinisch-deutsches Handwörterbuch von Karl Ernst Georges. 2002.

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