SUCCUS


SUCCUS
SUCCUS
in arboribus Nympharum olim sanguis, uti ipsae, animae velut arborum, habebantur. Servius ad Ecl. 9. v. 62. Hamadryades cum arboribus et nascuntur et pereunt. Unde plerumque coesâ arbore sanguis emanat. Unde apud Ovidium Met. l. 8. v. 761. ubi quercus annosissima caeditur, legimus,
Cuius et in trunco fecit manus impia vulnus,
Haud dliter fluxit discussô cortice sanguis,
Quam solet ante aras, ingens ubi victima taurus
Concidit, abruptâ cruor e cervice profundi.
Vide Casp. Barthium Animadversion ad Stat. Silvar. l. 1. Carm. 3. et Thebaid. l. 6. v. 95. ac 113. de Succo vero tinctorio, supra ubi de Coceo, Conchyliis, Purpura: et plura hanc in rem, apud Salmas. ad Solinum passim, inprimis p. 1282. et seqq.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Succus — Suc cus, n.; pl. {Succi}. (Med.) The expressed juice of a plant, for medicinal use. [1913 Webster] {Succus entericus}. [NL., literally, juice of the intestines.] (Physiol.) A fluid secreted in small by certain glands (probably the glands of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Succus — (lat., Mehrzahl Succi), Saft. s.d.; z.B. S. enterĭcus, Darmsaft. S. Gastrĭcus, Magensaft. S. pancreatĭcus, Bauchspeichel. S. aloes, s. Aloë etc. S. acacĭae germanĭcae (S. Nostrātis), Schlehenmus, der eingedrückte Saft der unreifen [39] Schlehen.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Succus — (lat.), Saft, z. B. S. entericus, Darmsaft; dann besonders Pflanzensaft, z. B. S. Citri, Zitronensaft; S. Juniperi inspissatus, Wacholdermus, eingedampfter Saft frischer Wacholderbeeren; S. Liquiritiae (Glycyrrhizae), Lakritzen, Extrakt der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Succus — vgl. Sucus …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • Succus, S.S. — S. S. Succus et Soc. M. M. (16. al 15. Oct.). Von den hhl. Succus und Cesa mit zehn Ungenannten, ferner Mireus, Aufridus, Saturninus100 und Sereus wissen wir nur die Namen. (VII. 4.) …   Vollständiges Heiligen-Lexikon

  • succus —   n. (pl. cci ) juice.    ♦ succus entericus, digestive secretion of small intestine …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • succus — suc·cus (sŭkʹəs) n. pl. suc·ci (sŭkʹī, sī) A fluid, such as gastric juice or vegetable juice, contained in or secreted by living tissue. * * * …   Universalium

  • Succus — Su|cus, der; , ...ci [...tsi], (Fachspr.:) Suc|cus [ zʊ...], der; , Succi [ zʊktsi; lat. suc(c)us, zu: sugere = saugen] (Pharm.): zu Heilzwecken verwendeter Pflanzensaft. Sục|cus: ↑Sucus …   Universal-Lexikon

  • succus — n. any juice or secretion of animal or plant origin …   Medical dictionary

  • Succus — Suc|cus [...k...] vgl. ↑Sucus …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch


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