Primogenitus

PRIMOGENITUS. The first born. 1 Ves. 290 and see 3 M. & S. 25; 8 Taunt. 468; 3 Vern. 660.

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Et primo per comparationem ad Deum; secundo generaliter per comparationem ad totam creaturam, ibi primogenitus; tertio specialiter per comparationem ad Ecdesiam, ibi et ipse est caput>> (Sup.
Et ipse est capus corporis ecclesiae; qui est principium, primogenitus ex mortuis, ut sit in omnibus ipse primatum tenens.
Although Augustine may have been thinking in terms of the incarnation, this is difficult to substantiate because he invoked the Pauline christological hymn as support wherein the Son is the "first-born of all creation" (Nestle-Aland, Novum testamentum Graece, 27th ed.:prototokos pases ktiseos; Vulgate: primogenitus omnis creaturae).
176/208 Primogenitus mortuorum = El primogenito de los muertos (15)
Un titulo tan pretencioso no podia ocultar el hecho de que unos anos antes, en 1072, Alfonso, depuesto del trono leones por su hermano Sancho II, se viera obligado a refugiarse en el reino taifa de Toledo y jurara vasallaje a su rey al-Mamun a cambio de su proteccion, como confirma la cronica del Toledano: inter cetera hoc exegit, ut rex Aldefonsus iuramentum sibi et filio suo primogenitus --se refiere a al-Mamun y su primogenito, Icem-- Aldefonsus se federe simili obligarunt (4).
primogenitus omnis creaturae, glorificandus...." (72) Hans Urs von Balthasar wrote of the identity of the mission (missio) of the Son "with the person in God and as God (processio)." (73) For Paul, Aquinas, Congar, and Balthasar, the divine processions and divine missions are not reducible to one another, and yet they are inseparable.
Illa igitur reverentia Cesar utatur ad Petrum qua primogenitus filius debet uti ad patrem; ut luce paterne gratie illustratus virtuosius orbem terre irradiet, cui ab Illo solo prefectus est, qui est omnium spiritualium et temporalium gubernator.
Notably, the term applied to the sisters' sons in line 4a is frumbearn, glossed by Bosworth and Toller as "firstborn, primogenitus," with the genitival compound frumbearnes riht meaning "firstborn's right" or the right to inherit.(65) There thus seems to be a lack of definiteness regarding the identity of the principal heir--son or sister's son?(66)
2.66); 197 sabbato; 198 quo; 224 grata; 228 se repente; 233 meo ordine; 251 primogenitus; 258 sequantur...putent.