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1. Contemnis derived from the Latin verb Contemnere,a word formed by combining con-and temnere("to despise")

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2. The English for Contemnere is hold in contempt

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3. [Middle English contempnen, to slight, from Latin Contemnere : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + temnere, to despise.] con·temn′er (-tĕm′ər, -tĕm′nər) n

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4. Contemnere translation in Latin-English dictionary

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5. Contemnere contemnō, Contemnere, contempsī, contemptum (3.) In English: to disregard,to think little of, to despise In German: verachten, verspotten, trotzen In

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7. Translations for „Contemnere“ in the Latin » German Dictionary (Go to German » Latin) Show summary of all matches con-temnō contegere contego contemerare contemero Contemnere con-temnō <temnere, tempsī, temptum> View Verb Table

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8. Nihil ausi nisi vana Contemnere EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe.

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9. From Old French contemner, from Latin Contemnere (“to scorn”).

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10. Late Middle English from Latin Contemnere, from con- (expressing intensive force) + temnere ‘despise’.

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11. It is the past participle of Contemnere and from com- intensive prefix + temnere "to slight, scorn"

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12. Locutions, idioms and examples auctoritates contemno aude Contemnere opes alienam disciplinam contemno arbores Contemnere ventos assuescant Aper contemnebat potius litteras quam nesciebat Dareus … redactus est ad paucitatem, quam in hoste contempserat o poetam egregium! Quanquam multi eum contemnunt nactus est morbum, quem initio et ipse et medici contempserunt

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13. Late Middle English from Latin Contemnere, from con- (expressing intensive force) + temnere ‘despise’.

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14. Aude, hospes, Contemnere opes: et te quoque dignum

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15. The Latins have an expression for a contemptuous kind of laughter, 'naso Contemnere adunco'; that is, to laugh with a crooked nose

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16. Contemno Contemnere contempsi contemptum

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17. Enjoy the produce of, profit by, use (+abl.) contemno Contemnere contempsi contemptum

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18. The English for Contemnere is hold in contempt

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19. Quidquid amor jussit, non est Contemnere tutum

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20. Magni animi est magna Contemnere, ac mediocria malle quam nimia: it is a sign of a great mind to despise greatness, and to prefer things in measure to things in excess (Seneca) Accipere quam facere praestat injuriam: It is better to suffer an injustice than to do …

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21. Ausus est vana Contemnere-- He dared to scorn vain fears

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22. The compound Contemnere is the older verb, from which temnere has been backformed more recently

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23. 1400; from Old French contempt, contemps, and directly Latin contemptus "scorn," from past participle of Contemnere "to scorn, despise," from assimilated form of com-, here probably an intensive prefix (see com

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24. Quidquid amor jussit, non est Contemnere tutum

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25. The word originated in Late Middle English: from Latin contemptus, from Contemnere

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26. Quidquid Amor Jussit, Non Est Contemnere Tutum

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27. It finds its origins in Mid 16th century (in the sense ‘despising law and order’): from medieval Latin contemptuosus, from Latin contemptus ‘contempt’, from Contemnere

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28. Word Origin late Middle English: from Latin contemptus, from Contemnere, from con-(expressing intensive force) + temnere ‘despise’

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29. (in the sense ‘despising law and order’): from medieval Latin contemptuosus, from Latin contemptus ‘contempt’, from Contemnere, from con-(expressing intensive force) + temnere ‘despise’

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Dictionary

CONTEMNERE [kənˈtemnər, kənˈtemər]

DEFINITION

Synonyms: contemn .

VERB

Frequently Asked Questions

What does despise contemn mean?

despise, contemn, scorn, disdain mean to regard as unworthy of one's notice or consideration. despise may suggest an emotional response ranging from strong dislike to loathing. despises cowards contemn implies a vehement condemnation of a person or thing as low, vile, feeble, or ignominious.

What does contempn mean in Latin?

Contemn is derived from the Latin verb contemnere, a word formed by combining con- and temnere ("to despise"). Surprisingly, our verb may have come within a hair's breadth of being spelled "contempn.".

What does the name contempner mean?

Middle English contempnen "to slight, spurn," borrowed from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French contempner "to despise, disdain," borrowed from Latin contemnere "to look down on , show no respect for, despise," from con- con- + temnere "to scorn, despise," of uncertain origin

What does contemner of popular taste mean?

a contemner of popular taste and of everything that caught the public fancy. The sufficient, strong and concrete evidence was before the court as incriminating material against the Prime Minister to award maximum punishment to the contemner premier but by awarding minimum punishment, the Court has taken very lenient view.

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