Definition of contemno
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Orthography ID = 1003498
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LEM
contemnō, contemnere, contempsī, contemptus
-, -, contemsī, contemtus
verb (3rd conjugation)
  1. to value little, esteem lightly, contemn, despise, disdain, disregard, defy
  2. to slight, speak contemptuously of, disparage
  3. [figuratively] to defy, be safe from, not to fear, to make light of, disregard
Abbreviations
con - temnō tempsī (-temsī), temptus (-temtus), ere, to value little, esteem lightly, contemn, despise, disdain, disregard, defy: ea, quae plerique expetunt: exercitum prae Gallicanis legionibus: paucitatem eorum, L.: paucitatem in hoste, Cu.: tuom Consilium, T.: parva ista, L.: opes, V.: mortem: Antoni gladios, Iu.: contempta fontis Iura maerens, the outrage upon, O.: lippus inungi, H.: ipsum vinci, regard as a trifle: (amplitudo animi) eminet contemnendis doloribus: contemni se putant (senes): tenuissimum quemque: nostros, Cs.: contemnēre miser, H.: Othone contempto, in defiance of, H.: se non contemnere, to have a high estimate of: nec (Batavi) tributis contemnuntur, are humiliated, Ta.: quae res illis contemnentibus pernicii fuit, N.

— To slight, speak contemptuously of, disparage: Numquid habes quod contemnas? any fault to find? T.: Murenae genus: populi voces, Sic, H.

—Fig., to defy, be safe from, not to fear, to make light of, disregard: (insulam) dedit contemnere ventos, i. e. sheltered, V.: contemnere ventos (vitīs) Adsuescant, V.: mediam Charybdim, Iu.
 
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