adhaereo


adhaereo

ad-haereo, haesī, haesum, ēre, an etw. hangen, festhangen, ankleben, I) eig.: m. Dat., saxis, Liv.: iumento, Gell.: ancoris (v. Schiffe), Tac.: manus oneri adhaerentes (durch Frost = angefrorene), Tac.: m. in u. Abl., vincto in corpore, Ov.: absol., qui adhaerent pediculi, leguntur, Col.: adhaerens lingua, angewachsene, Plin. – II) übtr.: a) dem Orte od. der Zeit nach an etwas sich anschließen, anstoßen, angrenzen, modica silva adhaerebat, Tac.: lateri quā pectus adhaeret, Ov.: quae (terra) quia continenti adhaeret, Curt.: paeninsula est Peloponnesus, angustis Isthmi faucibus continenti adhaerens, Liv. – poet. m. Acc., Cratera et Corvus adhaeret, Cic. Arat. 538. – absol., tempus adhaerens, die sich unmittelbar anschließende Zeit, die nächste Folgezeit (ein Teil der gegenwärtigen), Quint. – b) an jmd. od. etw. gleichs. festhangen, wie eine Klette hangen, von jmd. od. etw. nie weichen, α) v. Pers., an einer Pers. (als beständiger Begleiter usw., s. Ruhnken Vell. 1, 9, 6), usque, Plaut.: alci perpetuo comitem, Plin.: uxori semper tuae, Mart.: lateri adhaerere gravem dominum, auf dem Nacken sitze, Liv. – an einem Orte, stativis castris (Dat.), Tac. – an einer Handlung, od. an einem Zustande, fortiter obsidioni, scharf betreiben, Amm.: nulli fortunae adhaerebat animus, sein Sinn hing an keiner Lebensstellung, Liv. – bei Spät. = als Verehrer usw. anhangen, deo, Eccl. : cultui Christiano, Amm. – β) v. Lebl.: pestis adhaerens lateri suo, beständig an ihren Fersen hängende, Liv.: cui Canis cognomen adhaeret, für immer anhaftet, Hor.: invidia altissimis adhaeret, hängt sich an, Vell.: quae (sententia) facilius memoriae tuae adhaerere potuit, Gell. – c) an etw. als Anhängsel angehängt sein, summusque in margine versus adhaesit, war (aus Mangel an Raum) auf dem Rande angehängt (beigeschrieben), Ov. – dah. v. Pers. ein Anhängsel bilden, als Anhängsel teilhaben an etw., te vix... extremum adhaesisse, Cic.: qui etiam minimae parti tantae fortunae adhaeserunt, Curt.


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