famosus

fāmōsus, a, um, Adi. m. Compar. u. Superl. (fama), voll von Nachrede, dah. I) passiv: a) im guten Sinne = viel besprochen, viel von sich reden machend, Aesopus et Roscius famosissimi comoedorum fuerunt, Porphyr. Hor. ep. 2, 1, 81: urbs, v. Jerusalem, Tac.: mors, Hor. u. Tac.: vetustas, Lucan.: victoria famosissima, Flor.: (quod) personae claritate famosum, Plin. ep. – m. Abl. (durch), vir secundis adversisque iuxta famosus, Tac. hist. 1, 10. – b) im üblen Sinne = im üblen Leumund stehend, berüchtigt, anrüchig, si aut sicarius (foret) aut alioqui famosus, Hor.: si qua erat famosa, Cic.: me ad famosas (anrüchigen Mädchen = Buhldirnen) mater vetuit accedere, Poëta b. Cic.: regis largitio f., Sall. – quo (hominum genere) non famosius ullum arctos alit, Claud.: cena famosissima, Suet.: meretrix famosissima Lact. – II) aktiv = üblen Leumund machend, ehrenrührig, den guten Namen verletzend, verleumderisch, versus, Hor.: carmen, Schmähgedicht, Hor., Tac. u. Suet.: libelli, Schmähschriften, Tac.: stuprum, schändend, Lact.: pudor, Ov.: litterae famosissimae, Spart.


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