nueré


nueré
atténuerai
continuerai
diminuerai
discontinuerai
exténuerai
insinuerai
éternuerai

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  • Numen — Nu|men, das; s [lat. numen, zu: nuere (in Zus.) = nicken; winken, eigtl. = der durch Nicken (mit dem Kopf) angedeutete Wille] (Theol.): göttliches Wesen als wirkende Kraft. * * * Numen   [lateinisch, eigentlich »Wink«] das, s, das Walten eines… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Annuent — An nu*ent, a. [L. annuens, p. pr. of annuere; ad + nuere to nod.] Nodding; as, annuent muscles (used in nodding). [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Innuedoes — Innuendo In nu*en do, n.; pl. {Innuedoes}(?). [L., by intimation, by hinting, gerund of innuere, innutum, to give a nod, to intimate; pref. in in, to + nuere (in comp.) to nod. See {Nutation}.] 1. An oblique hint; a remote allusion or reference,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Innuendo — In nu*en do, n.; pl. {Innuedoes}(?). [L., by intimation, by hinting, gerund of innuere, innutum, to give a nod, to intimate; pref. in in, to + nuere (in comp.) to nod. See {Nutation}.] 1. An oblique hint; a remote allusion or reference, usually… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Nutant — Nu tant, a. [L. nutans, p. pr. of nutare to nod, v. intens. fr. nuere (in comp.) to nod; cf. Gr. ?.] Nodding; having the top bent downward. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • innuendo — noun (plural dos or does) Etymology: Latin, by nodding, from innuere to nod to, make a sign to, from in + nuere to nod; akin to Latin nutare to nod more at numen Date: 1678 1. a. an oblique allusion ; hint, insinuation; es …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Numinosum — Mystical, awe inspiring wonder or religious experience whose source is perceived to be from outside of oneself. The word is derived from the Latin root numen, meaning god, and nuere, to nod or beckon. The word was first coined by Rudolf Otto in… …   Wikipedia

  • Latin profanity — is the profane, indecent, or impolite vocabulary of Latin, and its uses. The profane vocabulary of early Vulgar Latin was largely sexual and scatological: the abundance[1] of religious profanity found in some of the Romance languages is a… …   Wikipedia

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