SUBTILE

SUBTILE
apud Ecclesiae Rom. Scriptores vestis Subdiaconorum est, quae et Strictatunica et Turicella, vide ibi, appellatur. Durandus Ration l. 3. c. 30. Tunica, quae alibi Subtile, in lege vero ποδήρης. Canonicis Regularibus illam tribuit Io. Buschius, vestem lineam esle dicens, quam Romani Roketum Romanum, Germani Subtile, Sarracium; sive Scorlicium appellant, in Chron. l. 1. c. 23. Etiam Episcopis, Missa ab Illyrico edita, in qua haec oratio ad Subtile, cum scil. Episcopus sacra facturus illud induit, habetur: Inclina me, Domine, vestimentô salutis et cireunda me loricâ fortitudinis, uti videre est apud Car. du Fresne in Glossario, in hac voce, ut et in Superpelliceum.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • Subtile — Sub tile, a. [L. subtilis. See {Subtile}.] 1. Thin; not dense or gross; rare; as, subtile air; subtile vapor; a subtile medium. [1913 Webster] 2. Delicately constituted or constructed; nice; fine; delicate; tenuous; finely woven. A sotil… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • subtile — index imponderable, subtle (refined) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • subtile — late 14c., clever, dexterous, from O.Fr. subtil (14c.), from L. subtilis fine, thin, delicate (see SUBTLE (Cf. subtle)). A Latinized refashioning of the French source of subtle …   Etymology dictionary

  • subtile — [sut′ l, sub′til] adj. [ME < MFr subtil, altered (infl. by L) < OFr soutil: see SUBTLE] now rare var. of SUBTLE subtilely adv. subtileness n. subtilty n. pl. subtilities subtility [səb til′ə tē] …   English World dictionary

  • subtile — ● subtil, subtile adjectif (latin subtilis) Qui a une grande finesse d esprit et de l ingéniosité : Un négociateur subtil. Intelligence subtile. Qui manifeste une habileté poussée parfois jusqu à l excès : Recourir à de subtiles arguties. Qui est …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • subtile — adjective (subtiler; subtilest) Etymology: Middle English subtile, sotil subtle Date: 14th century 1. subtle, elusive < a subtile aroma > 2. a. cunning, crafty b. sagacious, discerning …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • subtile — subtilely, adv. subtileness, n. /sut l, sub til/, adj., subtiler, subtilest. subtle. [1325 75; ME < L subtilis fine (orig. of fabric), equiv. to sub SUB + tilis, akin to tela cloth on a loom, loom ( < *teksla, deriv. of texere to weave; see… …   Universalium

  • subtile — sub·tile (sutґəl) [L. subtilis] keen and acute …   Medical dictionary

  • subtile — Synonyms and related words: Byzantine, Machiavellian, Machiavellic, acute, adulterated, air built, airy, arch, artful, astute, attenuate, attenuated, cagey, calculating, canny, chimerical, clever, cloud built, crafty, cunning, cut, cute, dainty,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • subtile — Dure …   Le nouveau dictionnaire complet du jargon de l'argot

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