servare

servare
ser·và·re
v.tr. (io sèrvo) LE
1. osservare, rispettare una legge, una regola e sim.: non servammo umana legge (Dante), non servare i comandamenti di Dio (Boccaccio)
2. mantenere, non trasgredire la parola data, un impegno: ho t'io bene la promessa servata? (Boccaccio)
3. salvaguardare, conservare: voglio io che tu ... t'ingegni di far che, servata la tua onestà, tu sii da questa promessa disciolta (Boccaccio)
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DATA: 1Є metà XIII sec.
ETIMO: dal lat. sĕrvāre, v. anche servo.

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  • SERVARE — Augurum verbum. Cicer. de Divin. l. 2. Iam vero de caelo servare non ipsos censes solitos, qui auspicabantur, nunc imperant pullario. Arnob. l. 2. Servatis de caelo, aut otiosas facitis obnuntiationibus actiones. Pro quo inservare dixit Stat.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • servare — index conserve, preserve Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • aequam servare mentem — foreign term Etymology: Latin to preserve a calm mind …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Melius est unum civem servare, quam mille hostes occidere. — См. Лучше десять виновных оправдать, чем одного невинного казнить …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)

  • decet tamen principem servare leges quibus ipse servatus est — /diysat taeman prinsapam sarveriy liyjiyz kwibas ipsiy sarveytas est/ It behooves, indeed, the prince to keep the laws by which he himself is preserved …   Black's law dictionary

  • decet tamen principem servare leges quibus ipse servatus est — /diysat taeman prinsapam sarveriy liyjiyz kwibas ipsiy sarveytas est/ It behooves, indeed, the prince to keep the laws by which he himself is preserved …   Black's law dictionary

  • Decet tamen principem, servare leges, quibus ipse solutus est — Yet it becomes a prince to protect those laws from which he himself is exempt. This was a rule of the Roman law which is at once laying down the principle of despotic power, and at the same time acknowledging its absurdity. See 1 Bl Comm 239 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • konservieren — »erhalten; haltbar machen, einmachen«: Das Verb wurde im 16. Jh. aus lat. con servare »bewahren, erhalten« entlehnt, einer Bildung zu gleichbed. lat. servare (vgl. ↑ kon..., ↑ Kon...). Andere Bildungen mit lat. servare sind lat. ob servare… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • Konserve — konservieren »erhalten; haltbar machen, einmachen«: Das Verb wurde im 16. Jh. aus lat. con servare »bewahren, erhalten« entlehnt, einer Bildung zu gleichbed. lat. servare (vgl. ↑ kon..., ↑ Kon...). Andere Bildungen mit lat. servare sind lat. ob… …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch

  • Society of the Cincinnati — Motto Omnia reliquit servare rempublicam[1] Formation May 13, 1783 …   Wikipedia

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