fruges


fruges
Fruits; produce.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • FRUGES — proprie frumenta et legumina dicta sunt Vett. οῖτοι Graecis et ςιτηροὶ καρπόι. Accius in Troadibus, Nocturna saxo fruges frendes torridas Virg. Aen. l. 1. v. 182. frugesqueve receptas Et torrere parant flammis et frangere saxo. de quo torrendi… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Fruges — Fruges …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Fruges — País …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fruges [1] — Fruges (lat.), 1) Früchte, bes. 2) Feldfrüchte u. zwar hauptsächlich 3) Hülsenfrüchte …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Fruges [2] — Fruges (spr. Frühsch), Marktflecken im Arrondissement Montreuil des französischen Departements Pas de Calais; Tuchmanufacturen, Lederhandel; 3000 Ew. u. Mineralquelle …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Fruges — (lat., Mehrzahl zu frux), Früchte, besonders Feldfrüchte. F. consumĕre nati, Zitat aus Horaz »Episteln« (Buch I, 2,27): »Geboren, die Früchte (des Landes) zu verzehren«, als Bezeichnung der nur zum Verzehren oder Genießen gebornen Müßiggänger …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Fruges — 50° 30′ 55″ N 2° 08′ 04″ E / 50.5152777778, 2.13444444444 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Fruges — French commune name= Fruges region= departement= arrondissement= canton= Fruges insee=62364 cp=62310 maire=Jean Jacques Hilmoine mandat=2001 2008 intercomm=Communauté de communes du Canton de Fruges et environs longitude=2.13444444444 latitude=50 …   Wikipedia

  • Fruges — Original name in latin Fruges Name in other language Fruges State code FR Continent/City Europe/Paris longitude 50.51501 latitude 2.13292 altitude 101 Population 2862 Date 2012 01 18 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • fruges — /frujiyz/ In the civil law, anything produced from vines, underwood, chalk pits, stone quarries. Grains and leguminous vegetables. In a more restricted sense, any esculent growing in pods …   Black's law dictionary

  • fruges — /frujiyz/ In the civil law, anything produced from vines, underwood, chalk pits, stone quarries. Grains and leguminous vegetables. In a more restricted sense, any esculent growing in pods …   Black's law dictionary


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