Sartor
aus der Zeit des Humanismus stammende Übersetzung der deutschen Familiennamen Schneider, Schröder ins Lateinische.

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  • Sartor — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: David P. Sartor, US amerikanischer Komponist, Dirigent und Musikpädagoge Diana Sartor (* 1970), deutsche Skeletonfahrerin Frank Sartor (* 1951), Politiker der Australian Labor Party Luigi Sartor (* 1975),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • sartor — [sär′tər] n. 〚LL < L sartus, pp. of sarcire, to patch < IE base * serk , woven substance, to hedge in > Gr herkos, a hedge〛 a tailor: literary or humorous term * * * …   Universalium

  • sartor — [sär′tər] n. [LL < L sartus, pp. of sarcire, to patch < IE base * serk , woven substance, to hedge in > Gr herkos, a hedge] a tailor: literary or humorous term …   English World dictionary

  • Sartor — Skrædder …   Danske encyklopædi

  • sartor — n. tailor (Literary) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sartor — noun a person whose occupation is making and altering garments • Syn: ↑tailor, ↑seamster • Derivationally related forms: ↑sartorial, ↑seam (for: ↑seamster), ↑tailor ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • Sartor Resartus — Sartor Resartus; жизнь и мнения герра Тёйфельсдрёка Sartor Resartus; the life and opinions of Herr Teufelsdrökh …   Википедия

  • Sartor Resartus — Teufelsdröckh in Monmouth Street, illustration to Sartor Resartus by Edmund Joseph Sullivan. Thomas Carlyle s major work, Sartor Resartus (meaning The tailor re tailored ), first published as a serial in 1833 34, purported to be a commentary on… …   Wikipedia

  • Sartor Resartus — /sahr teuhr ri sahr teuhs/ a satirical work (1833 34) by Carlyle. * * * …   Universalium

  • SARTOR RESARTUS —    (i. e. the tailor patched), a book written by Carlyle at CRAIGENPUTTOCK (q.v.) in 1831, published piecemeal in Frazer s Magazine in 1833 34, and that first appeared in a book form in America, under Emerson s auspices, in 1836, but not in… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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