VESTIGIUM (FOOTPRINT, VESTIGE, TRACE)

след, отпечаток; по Бонавентуре, один из трех путей, которым Бог представлен в своих творениях (ср. IMAGO, UMBRA). Творение - это след постольку, поскольку оно является единичным, истинным и благим, т. е. зависимым таким образом от Бога как от действенной, конечной и формальной причины.


Латинский словарь средневековых философских терминов. . 1998.

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  • Vestige — Ves tige, n. [F., from L. vestigium footprint, trace, sign; the last part ( stigium) is probably akin to E. sty, v. i. Cf. {Investigate}.] 1. The mark of the foot left on the earth; a track or footstep; a trace; a sign; hence, a faint mark or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • vestige — [ves tij′ē əm] n. pl. vestigia [vestij′ē ə, vestij′əves′tij] n. [Fr < L vestigium, footprint] 1. a trace, mark, or sign of something that once existed but has passed away or disappeared [vestiges of the ancient wall] 2. a trace; bit [not a… …   English World dictionary

  • vestige — (n.) c.1600, from Fr. vestige a mark, trace, sign, from L. vestigium footprint, trace, of unknown origin …   Etymology dictionary

  • vestige — ► NOUN 1) a remaining trace of something that once existed: the last vestiges of colonialism. 2) the smallest amount. ORIGIN Latin vestigium footprint …   English terms dictionary

  • vestige — /ves tij/, n. 1. a mark, trace, or visible evidence of something that is no longer present or in existence: A few columns were the last vestiges of a Greek temple. 2. a surviving evidence or remainder of some condition, practice, etc.: These… …   Universalium

  • vestige — [17] Vestige comes via French vestige from Latin vestīgium ‘footprint, trace’, a word of uncertain origin. From it was derived vestīgāre ‘track, trace’, which has given English investigate. => INVESTIGATE …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • vestige — [17] Vestige comes via French vestige from Latin vestīgium ‘footprint, trace’, a word of uncertain origin. From it was derived vestīgāre ‘track, trace’, which has given English investigate. Cf.⇒ INVESTIGATE …   Word origins

  • vestige — ves|tige [ˈvestıdʒ] n formal [Date: 1600 1700; : French; Origin: Latin vestigium footprint, track ] 1.) a small part or amount of something that remains when most of it no longer exists = ↑trace vestige of ▪ The new law removed the last vestiges… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • vestige — n. 1 a trace or piece of evidence; a sign (vestiges of an earlier civilization; found no vestige of their presence). 2 a slight amount; a particle (without a vestige of clothing; showed not a vestige of decency). 3 Biol. a part or organ of an… …   Useful english dictionary

  • vestige — ves•tige [[t]ˈvɛs tɪdʒ[/t]] n. 1) a mark, trace, or visible evidence of something that is no longer present or in existence 2) a very slight trace or amount of something: the last vestige of hope[/ex] 3) bio anat. a degenerate or imperfectly… …   From formal English to slang

  • vestige — /ˈvɛstɪdʒ / (say vestij) noun 1. a mark, trace, or visible evidence of something which is no longer present or in existence. 2. a surviving evidence or memorial of some condition, practice, etc. 3. a very slight trace or amount of something. 4.… …   Australian English dictionary

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