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1. 1590s, "close study or thought;" 1610s, "a product of such study or thought, literary work showing signs of too-careful elaboration," from Latin Lucubrationem (nominative lucubratio) "nocturnal study, night work," noun of action from past-participle stem of lucubrare, literally "to work by artificial light," from stem of lucere "to shine," from suffixed (iterative) form of PIE root *leuk- "light, brightness."

Literary, Latin, Lucubrationem, Lucubratio, Lucubra, Literally, Light, Lucere, Leuk

2. 1590s, "close study or thought;" 1610s, "a product of such study or thought, literary work showing signs of too-careful elaboration," from Latin Lucubrationem (nominative lucubratio) "nocturnal study, night work," noun of action from past-participle stem of lucubrare, literally "to work by artificial light," from stem of lucere "to shine," from : 2.

Literary, Latin, Lucubrationem, Lucubratio, Lucubrare, Literally, Light, Lucere

3. Related word: lucubratio,lucubratione, Lucubrationem, lucubrationes, lucubrationibus, lucubrationis, lucubrationum, lucubrationis Latin-English dictionary - Dictionary of All Language World of Dictionary

Lucubratio, Lucubratione, Lucubrationem, Lucubrationes, Lucubrationibus, Lucubrationis, Lucubrationum, Latin, Language

4. 1590s, "close study or thought;" 1610s, "a product of such study or thought, literary work showing signs of too-careful elaboration," from Latin Lucubrationem (nominative lucubratio) "nocturnal study, night work," noun of action from past-participle stem of lucubrare, literally "to work by artificial light," from stem of lucere "to shine," from suffixed (iterative) form of PIE root *leuk- "light, brightness."

Literary, Latin, Lucubrationem, Lucubratio, Lucubra, Literally, Light, Lucere, Leuk

5. Hildebrand 15: "IIoc uocabulum significa! aut uigiliam, quae noctu lit ad lucernam, ut opus aliquod fieri possit, aut metonymice ipsum opus, quod pcr Lucubrationem fit"

Lit, Lucernam, Lucubrationem

6. Ii cum multum temporis et diligentiae ad eam Lucubrationem adhibuissent, et cyclos tam veterum quam recentiorum undique conquisitos ac diligentissime perpensos inter se contulissent, suo et doctorum hominum, qui de ea re scripserunt, iudicio, hunc, prae ceteris, elegerunt epactarum cyclum, cui nonnulla etiam adiecerunt, quae ex accurata

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7. Per Lucubrationem, bei Lichte, Colum.: vix digna lucubratione anicularum, kaum wert, daß sie sich die alten Weiber abends beim Spinnrocken erzählen, Cic.

Lucubrationem, Lichte, Lucubratione

8. Etsi erat ßvlow illa epistula, praesertim tantis postea novis rebus allatis, tamen perire Lucubrationem meam nolui et eam ipsam Caninio dedi; sed cum eo ut cum homine docto et tui amantissimo locutus ea sum, quae pertulisse illum ad te existimo

Lucubrationem, Locutus

9. The word is derived from the Latin Lucubrationem, late-night study or work

Latin, Lucubrationem, Late

10. Libentes intelleximus, id quod te facere aequum erat, nec dubitabamus facturum, summa te voluntate potestatis legitimae decreto paruisse, iudicioque Nostro recentem illam Lucubrationem tuam teque ipsum submisisse cum obsequii reverentiaeque testificatione debita.

Libentes, Legitimae, Lucubrationem

11. Tum etiam per Lucubrationem ferramenta acuere et ad ea facere vel facta manubria aptare, quorum optima sunt ilignea, deinde carpinea, post haec fraxinea

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12. Hancq[ue] primam [et] postremam, quintam videlicet, huius auctarij Consilioru[m]q[ue] Lucubrationem qua potuimus fide [et] diligentia castigatam [et] expolitam in studio forum gratuitos conspectus exposuimus

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13. Ii cum multum temporis et diligentiæ ad eam Lucubrationem adhibuissent, et cyclos tam veterum quam recentiorum undique conquisitos ac diligentissime perpensos inter se contulissent, suo et doctorum hominum, qui de ea re scripserunt, iudicio, hunc, præ ceteris, elegerunt epactarum cyclum, cui nonnulla etiam adiecerunt, quæ ex accurata

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14. 22) Vermigli to Calvin, April , in: CO : : “… superioribus diebus me summa voluptate perlegisse quam edidisti Lucubrationem pro tuenda aeterna et salvifica Dei Opt[imi] Max[imi] praedestinatione

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15. At his diebus, ex quibus ultimam Lucubrationem scripsi et ad vos misi, Alcyones non volitabant prope mare Gaditanum, sed caelum erat procellosum et frigidum

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16. Mariae TransTyberim Parergon ad Lucubrationem suam de ritu dandi presbyterium & c

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17. Ii cum multum temporis et diligentiæ ad eam Lucubrationem adhibuissent, et cyclos tam veterum quam recentiorum undique conquisitos ac diligentissime perpensos inter se contulissent, suo et doctorum hominum, qui de ea re scripserunt, iudicio, hunc, præ ceteris, elegerunt epactarum cyclum, cui nonnulla etiam adiecerunt, quæ ex accurata

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18. Pedestris, et quotidianae similis, et nullam Lucubrationem redolens oratio necessaria est, quae rem explicet, sensum edisserat, obscura manifestet, non quae verborum compositione frondescat

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19. Etsi erat ἕωλος illa epistula, praesertim tantis postea novis rebus adlatis, tamen perire Lucubrationem meam nolui et eam ipsam Caninio dedi; sed cum eo ut cum homine docto et amantissimo tui locutus ea sum, quae pertulisse illum ad te existimo.

Lucubrationem, Locutus

20. Amplissimos ordines, Ratisbonae conventum habentes: adversus Lucubrationem Uberti Folietae de magnitudine & perpetua in bellis felicitate imperii Turcici [.]

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21. Mantissa Adversùs aliam Lucubrationem sub ejusdem nomine editam in Folio &c

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22. Fatendum porro sanctum hunc nostrum plurima e Phiione in Lucubrationem suam transtulisse

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23. Quam quidem ad normam cum scripta sua exararet, in commentariis profitetur hoc sibi habere propositum, non ut verba sua « laudentur, sed ut quae ab alio bene dieta sunt, ita intellegantur ut dieta sunt » (111); in expositione vero divini verbi eam requiri orationem, quae « nullam Lucubrationem redolens rem explicet, sensum edisserat

Laudentur, Lucubrationem

24. Iam anno 1951, Emmanuel d'Hooghvorst primam Lucubrationem scripsit de libro "Le Message retrouvé", in commentariis Helveticis quibus titulus "Les Cahiers trimestriels Inconnues"

Lucubrationem, Libro, Le, Les

25. Postquam enim manus quasi extrema accessit illi operi, non par esse duxi, Lucubrationem meam (ad quam quidem octauum tam nunc annum, subcisiuis operis addo) in commune co(n)ferre nisi priùs ab Apostolicâ Romanâ Sede fuisset adprobata

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26. Ii cum multum temporis et diligentiae ad eam Lucubrationem adhibuissent, et cyclos tam veterum quam recentiorum undique conquisitos ac diligentissime perpensos inter se contulissent, suo et doctorum hominum, qui de ea re scripserunt, iudicio, hunc, prae ceteris, elegerunt epactarum cyclum, cui nonnulla etiam adiecerunt, quae ex accurata

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27. Ii c um m ultum temporis e t diligentiae ad eam Lucubrationem adhibuissent, et cyclos tam veterum quam recentiorum undiquuy t

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28. Velit Lucubrationem hanc, pro ratione temporis angustas nimiscircumscriptilimitibus modulique in-genii molli brachio elaboratam, miti perstringere censura, sibique persvadere, nos veritati magis* quam ornatui studere

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29. Tum etiam per Lucubrationem ferramenta acuere et ad ea facere uel facta manubria aptare, quorum optima sunt ilignea, deinde carpinea, post haec fraxinea

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30. Caeterum exscripsi ego hos locos nullo verborum apparatu : quum tua causa : cui a principio in animo habui brevem liane Lucubrationem inscribere : ne forensibus causis vehementer occupatus : priusquam rem cognosceres : ut nimis verbosam fastidires: inovit me illa ratio quod ita persuasimi habeo in nulla re homines iustius rideri: quam quum se

Locos, Liane, Lucubrationem

31. Ejus Lucubrationem invenimus ill' ms

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LUCUBRATIONEM [ˌlo͞ok(y)əˈbrāSHən]

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What does the name laborious mean?

laborious work, study, thought, etc., especially at night. the result of such activity, as a learned speech or dissertation. Often lucubrations. any literary effort, especially of a pretentious or solemn nature. Think you remember last week’s words? Take this quiz on the Words of the Day from April 6–12 to find out!

What does lucubrator mean?

1. laborious work or study, especially when done late at night. 2. the work, as a book or treatise, produced or apparently produced this way. — lucubrator, n. 1. the practice of reading, writing, or studying at night, especially by artificial light; “burning the midnight oil.”

What does Lucubration mean?

By the 1800s, however, the term had been broadened to refer to any intensive study (day or night), or a composition, especially a weighty one, generated as a result of such study. Nowadays, lucubration is most often used as a plural and implies pompous or stuffy scholarly writing. Get Word of the Day delivered to your inbox!

What does lucubrated mean?

laborious work, study, thought, etc., especially at night. the result of such activity, as a learned speech or dissertation. Often lucubrations. any literary effort, especially of a pretentious or solemn nature.

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