желание, стремление; инстинктивная, естественная потребность; сила или склонность, естественно направляющая тело к благу, так материя стремится к форме; осознанная потребность проистекает из знания. Ср. APPRENESIO.

Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • appetite — (n.) c.1300, craving for food, from Anglo Fr. appetit, O.Fr. apetit (13c.) appetite, desire, eagerness, from L. appetitus appetite, lit. desire toward, from appetitus, pp. of appetere to long for, desire; strive for, grasp at, from ad to (see AD… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Appetite — • A tendency, an inclination, or direction Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Appetite     Appetite     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Appetite — Ap pe*tite, n. [OE. appetit, F. app[ e]tit, fr. L. appetitus, fr. appetere to strive after, long for; ad + petere to seek. See {Petition}, and cf. {Appetence}.] 1. The desire for some personal gratification, either of the body or of the mind.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • appetite — ► NOUN 1) a natural desire to satisfy a bodily need, especially for food. 2) a liking or inclination: my appetite for study had gone. DERIVATIVES appetitive adjective. ORIGIN Latin appetitus desire for , from appetere seek after …   English terms dictionary

  • appetite — [ap′ə tīt΄] n. [OFr apetit < L appetitus, eager desire for < appetere, to strive after < ad , to + petere, desire: see FEATHER] 1. a desire to satisfy some craving of the body; specif., a desire for food, or, sometimes, a desire for some …   English World dictionary

  • appetite — /ap i tuyt /, n. 1. a desire for food or drink: I have no appetite for lunch today. 2. a desire to satisfy any bodily need or craving. 3. a desire or liking for something; fondness; taste: an appetite for power; an appetite for pleasure. [1275… …   Universalium

  • appetite — /ˈæpətaɪt / (say apuhtuyt) noun 1. a desire for food or drink: to work up an appetite. 2. a desire to supply any bodily want or craving: the natural appetites. 3. an innate or acquired demand or propensity to satisfy a want: an appetite for… …   Australian English dictionary

  • appetite — noun Etymology: Middle English apetit, from Anglo French, from Latin appetitus, from appetere to strive after, from ad + petere to go to more at feather Date: 14th century 1. any of the instinctive desires necessary to keep up organic life;… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • appetite — [14] In its origins, appetite referred to a very generalized desire or inclination; the wish for food is a secondary development. The Latin noun was appetītus, a derivative of the compound verb appetere ‘strive after, desire eagerly’, which was… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • appetite — ap•pe•tite [[t]ˈæp ɪˌtaɪt[/t]] n. 1) a desire for food or drink 2) a desire to satisfy any bodily need or craving 3) a desire or inclination for something; taste: an appetite for power[/ex] • Etymology: 1275–1325; ME (< AF) < L appetītus… …   From formal English to slang

  • appetite — apetitas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Noras valgyti ir malonumo jausmas valgant. kilmė lot. appetitus – troškimas, noras atitikmenys: angl. appetite vok. Appetit, m rus. аппетит …   Sporto terminų žodynas

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