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auctor ōris, m, rarely f

AVG-, a promoter, producer, father, progenitor: auctores generis: mihi Tantalus auctor, O.: auctore ab illo ducit originem, H.: sanguinis, V.A builder, founder: Troiae, V.: auctor posuisset in oris Moenia, O.A trustworthy writer, authority: satis certus, L.: valde bonus: iudicia proferre Herodoto auctore: carminis, H.: rerum Romanarum, an historian: auctores citare, L.: sunt qui male pugnatum ab his auctores sint, i. e. who assert, L.An originator, performer, doer, cause: iniuriae: auctorem odimus, acta defendimus: culpam auctores ad negotia transferunt, S.: nec auctor facinori deerat, L.: volneris, O.: muneris, the giver, O.: quis elegos emiserit auctor, who was the first to produce, H.A responsible person, authority, narrator, teacher: in philosophiā, Cratippo auctore, versaris, as your teacher: hominibus auctoribus uti, cite as authorities: criminis ficti, O.: auctorem rumorem habere: non sordidus Naturae, H.: de cuius morte Thucydidem auctorem probamus, N.A voucher, guarantor, security: gravis magnae rei (i. e. testis), L.: non si mihi Iuppiter auctor Spondeat, V.: auctores sumus, tutam ibi maiestatem fore, etc., we vouch for it, L: nubit nullis auctoribus, with no attesting witnesses: quod a malo auctore emisset, i. e. a seller without title: auctor benefici esse, i. e. hold himself responsible for: mulier sine tutore auctore, a guardian as voucher. — An example, model: Latinitatis: dicendi Plato: tui facti, precedent: habeo auctorem, quo facias hoc, H.A counsellor, adviser, promoter: publici consili, i. e. a statesman: mei reditūs: audendi, who advise boldness, V.: meritorum auctore relictā, deserting the prompter of your exploits, O.: auctor est, ut agere incipiat, advises: mihi ut absim, auctor est: te auctore quod fecisset, under your influence, T.: me duce et auctore, by my influence and advice: idne estis auctores mihi? Do you advise it? T.: Ille populis fuit auctor transferre, etc., O.: regem populus iussit, patres auctores facti, i. e. ratified it, L.: id sic ratum esset, si patres auctores fierent, L.

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