criminosus


criminosus

crīminōsus, a, um, Adi. m. Compar. u. Superl. (crimen), I) Anschuldigungen vorbringend od. enthaltend od. begründend, im üblen Sinne = anschwärzend, verunglimpfend, verleumderisch, gehässig, a) v. Pers.: Cn. Pomponius (orator) acer, acerbus, criminosus, Cic.: ille autem acerbus, criminosus, popularis homo ac turbulentus, Cic. – b) v. Lebl.: cr. nomen, Cic.: iambi, Hor.: quo gravior aut acrior aut criminosior oratio sit, Cornif. rhet.: criminosissimus liber, Suet.: orationes in patres criminosae, Liv. – oft alqd criminosum est od. fit od. habetur, zB. quod si est criminosum, necessitatis crimen est, non voluntatis, Cic.: capram nominare criminosum et exitiale habebatur, Suet.: ille hoc putabat Verri (für Verres) criminosum fore, si statuae essent deiectae, Cic.: si respondisset idem sentire et secum facere Sullam, tamen mihi non videretur in hunc id criminosum esse debere, Cic. – II) passiv (vgl. Prob. App. 201, 1) = mit Verbrechen befleckt, verbrecherisch, v. Pers., Vulc. Gallic. Cass. 4, 5. Lampr. Commod. 3, 8. Tert. de idol. 14: v. Lebl., consensio cr., Cypr. de hab. virg. 17: nihil enim, quod salutis ferendae gratiā fit, criminosum est, Apul. apol. 40. – subst., crīminōsus, ī, m., der Verbrecher, Cassiod. var. 3, 57.


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