veneratio


veneratio
venerātio, ōnis, f. (veneror), I) aktiv = die Verehrung, solis et lunae, Plin.: tui, Plin. pan.: erga regem, Curt.: habet venerationem iustam quidquid excellit, Cic.: venerationem alci tribuere, Val. Max.: omnibus barbaris in corporis maiestate veneratio est, Curt.: quae illi plurimum venerationis acquirunt, Plin. ep.: Titum filium ad venerationem cultumque eius (um ihm seine Ehrerbietung u. Ergebenheit zu beweisen) misit, Tac.: u. so quin etiam tanto maiore consensu in venerationem tui theatra ipsa consurgent, Plin. pan. – II) passiv = die Ehrwürdigkeit, die Verehrung gebietende Hoheit, Würde jmds. (s. Gronov u. Walther Tac. ann. 1, 34), Augusti, Tac.: feminae, Tac.: veneratione formae insignis, Iustin.: delubra maiestatis venerationisque plena, Gell.: qui munere tuo tantam venerationem receperat, ut etc., Sen.: eius virtutis ac venerationis erant (amici Alexandri), ut singulos reges putares, Iustin.

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