acceptio

acceptio, ōnis, f. (accipio), die Annahme, I) eig., die In-Empfang-Nahme, der Empfang, Ggstz. deditio, donatio, Cic. top. 37: acc. frumenti, das Fassen von G., Sall. Iug. 29, 4. – als mediz. t.t., das Einbekommen, Einnehmen, lactis, Th. Prisc. 2, 5. – II) übtr.: a) das Empfangen, die Annahme, acceptiones sacrorum, empfangene Opfer, Arnob. 7, 12; insbes., acceptiones sacrorum, die Einweihungen in die Mysterien, Arnob. 5, 26 extr. – b) die Art, wie ein Ackeranteil (accepta, w. vgl.) verliehen wird, die Empfangsart, Plur. bei Sicul. Flacc. p. 156, 18 (p. 18, 4). – c) als philos. t.t. = ὑπόληψις, die Annahme eines Satzes, immediatae propositionis et non necessariae, Boëth. Aristot. anal. post. 1, 26. – u. = λημμα, ein Annahmesatz, der auch vom Gegner zugegeben worden ist, Sing. u. Plur. bei Apul. doctr. Plat. 3. p. 34 Oud. p. 269 H. (bei Mart. Cap. 4. § 404 sq. sumptum gen.). – d) die Anerkennung, Würdigung, Eccl. u. spät. ICt.: personarum od. personae, die Ansehung der P., Augustin. c. Pelag. 2, 6, 11 u.a. Eccl.


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