magisterius


magisterius
magisterius, a, um (magister), herrschaftlich, obrigkeitlich, potestas, Cod. Iust. 3, 13, 6 u.a.

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

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  • Magisterial — Mag is*te ri*al, a. [L. magisterius magisterial. See {Master}.] 1. Of or pertaining to a master or magistrate, or one in authority; having the manner of a magister; official; commanding; authoritative. Hence: Overbearing; dictatorial; dogmatic.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • magistrate — [14] By far the most widely used contributions of Latin magister ‘master’ to English are the heavily disguised master and mister, but more obvious derivatives have made the trip too. The late Latin adjective magisterius 319 main ‘of a master’,… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • magisterial — (adj.) 1630s, from M.L. magisterialis of or pertaining to the office of magistrate, director, or teacher, from L.L. magisterius having authority of a magistrate, from magister chief, director (see MASTER (Cf. master) (n.)). Related: Magisterially …   Etymology dictionary

  • magisterial — /mædʒəsˈtɪəriəl / (say majuhs tearreeuhl) adjective 1. of, relating to, or befitting a master; authoritative: a magisterial pronouncement. 2. imperious; domineering. 3. of or befitting a magistrate or a magistrate s office. 4. of the rank of a… …   Australian English dictionary

  • magistrate — [14] By far the most widely used contributions of Latin magister ‘master’ to English are the heavily disguised master and mister, but more obvious derivatives have made the trip too. The late Latin adjective magisterius ‘of a master’, modified… …   Word origins

  • magisterial — [maj΄is tir′ē əl] adj. [ML magisterialis < LL magisterius < L magister, a MASTER] 1. of or suitable for a magistrate or master 2. showing or having the skill or knowledge of a master; expert 3. authoritative; official 4. domineering;… …   English World dictionary

  • magisterial — adj. 1 imperious. 2 invested with authority. 3 of or conducted by a magistrate. 4 (of a work, opinion, etc.) highly authoritative. Derivatives: magisterially adv. Etymology: med.L magisterialis f. LL magisterius f. L magister MASTER …   Useful english dictionary

  • mag´is|te´ri|al|ness — mag|is|te|ri|al «MAJ uh STIHR ee uhl», adjective. 1. a) of a magistrate; suited to a magistrate: »A judge has magisterial rank. b) (of persons) holding the office of a magistrate. 2. showing authority: »The captain spoke with a magisterial voice …   Useful english dictionary

  • mag´is|te´ri|al|ly — mag|is|te|ri|al «MAJ uh STIHR ee uhl», adjective. 1. a) of a magistrate; suited to a magistrate: »A judge has magisterial rank. b) (of persons) holding the office of a magistrate. 2. showing authority: »The captain spoke with a magisterial voice …   Useful english dictionary

  • mag|is|te|ri|al — «MAJ uh STIHR ee uhl», adjective. 1. a) of a magistrate; suited to a magistrate: »A judge has magisterial rank. b) (of persons) holding the office of a magistrate. 2. showing authority: »The captain spoke with a magisterial voice. SYNONYM(S):… …   Useful english dictionary


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