abacinare


abacinare

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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  • Abacināre — (lat.), das Blenden, als Strafe …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • ABACINATUS seu ABBACINATUS — apud Sanutum l. 3. part. II. c. 1. Qui (Henricus Dandulus Dux Venetorum) a Graecis forte abacinatus quasi visum amisit. Italis similiter Abbacinatus, est oculis privatus et excaecatus, praesertim per ferrum candens, aut pelvim ferream, velaeream… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Abacinate — A*bac i*nate ([.a]*b[a^]s [i^]*n[=a]t), v. t. [LL. abacinatus, p. p. of abacinare; ab off + bacinus a basin.] To blind by a red hot metal plate held before the eyes. [R.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Augenausstechen — Augenausstechen, Leibesstrafe, bestehend in der Zerstörung der Sehkraft, wird schon in der Bibel öfter erwähnt, wo sie bes. an gefangenen Feinden angewendet ward, bei den Griechen für Ehebruch, Kirchenraub u. vorsätzliche Blindmachung Anderer,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • BACINUS — Italis Bacino Gallis Bacin, pelvis, pollubrum, malluvium. Concilium Roman. A. C. 1099. c. 18. Pictavense A. C. 1109. c. 13. etc. Ut nullus Primatum, Archiepiscoporum et Episcossorum, in ordinatione et consecratione Episcoporum vel Abbatum, cappas …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • EXCAECANDI olim hodiequeue mos — frequens suit. Et quidem de ea excaecandi ratione, quae fiebat per μυδρὸν seu serrum candens, affatim diximus, in voce Abacinare: sed et aliae occurrunt non paucae. Apud S. Augustin. l. 3. c. Cresconium c. 42. Circumcelliones Donatistae, novo et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PELVIS — in sacris olim adhibita. Livius l. 27. c. 37. Tacta de caelo aedes prodigiumque id ad matronas pertinere Aruspices quum respondissent, donoque Divam (Iunonem) placandam esse donum pelvis aurea facta lataeque in Aventinum, pureque et caste a… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • abazinieren — aba|zi|nie|ren <aus gleichbed. lat. abacinare> (veraltet) die Augen mit einer glühenden Metallplatte blenden …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • abbacinare — /asbasaneriy/ To blind by placing a burning basin or red hot irons before the eyes. A form of punishment in the Middle Ages. Also spelled abacinare . The modern Italian is spelled with two b s, and means to blind …   Black's law dictionary

  • abacinate — verb blind by holding a red hot metal plate before someone s eyes The prisoners were abacinated by their captors • Hypernyms: ↑blind • Verb Frames: Somebody s somebody * * * abacinate, v. rare 0. (əˈbæsɪneɪt) …   Useful english dictionary


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