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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | multiplied because one word signifies several things, but because ~ 2 1, 2 | understands that what the word signifies exists actually, ~but only 3 1, 3 | quantity; thus, ~by depth, it signifies His power of knowing hidden 4 1, 3 | the eye attributed to God ~signifies His power of seeing intellectually, 5 1, 3 | near to or to withdraw ~signifies merely spiritual actions 6 1, 3 | it is this that humanity ~signifies, that, namely, whereby man 7 1, 3 | OBJ 1: The word substance signifies not only what exists of ~ 8 1, 3 | the article; but, it also signifies an essence that has the 9 1, 4 | actuality, this word "perfect" signifies whatever is not wanting 10 1, 5 | way. Since being properly signifies that ~something actually 11 1, 5 | mode of being. But goodness signifies perfection which is ~desirable; 12 1, 5 | far as absolute goodness signifies ~complete actuality.~Aquin.: 13 1, 10 | OBJ 2: Further, eternity signifies a certain kind of duration. 14 1, 13 | not so that the name which signifies Him expresses ~the divine 15 1, 13 | man in himself, since it signifies the definition of man by ~ 16 1, 13 | for instance, whiteness signifies that ~whereby a thing is 17 1, 13 | Everything said of God signifies ~not His substance, but 18 1, 13 | medicine, forasmuch as it signifies only the cause of ~the health 19 1, 13 | what He is; ~but each one signifies Him in an imperfect manner, 20 1, 13 | as it apprehends ~them it signifies them by names. Therefore 21 1, 13 | the name itself as "stone" signifies a material being, ~and names 22 1, 13 | reason that what the name signifies does not belong to Him in 23 1, 13 | because the term only signifies the thing through the medium 24 1, 13 | applied to a ~creature, it signifies that perfection distinct 25 1, 13 | used in a multiple sense signifies various proportions to ~ 26 1, 13 | healthy" applied to urine signifies the sign of ~animal health, 27 1, 13 | and applied to medicine signifies the cause of the same ~health.~ 28 1, 13 | as regards what the name signifies, these names are applied ~ 29 1, 13 | substance; and ~"Creator" signifies the action of God, which 30 1, 13 | Therefore this name "God" signifies His ~operation and not His 31 1, 13 | imposed, and what the name signifies are ~not always the same 32 1, 13 | property, this name "stone" signifies ~the nature of the stone 33 1, 13 | the stone itself; for it signifies the definition of stone, ~ 34 1, 13 | the idea which the name signifies is the ~definition, as is 35 1, 13 | 12]). Thus the name "God" signifies the divine ~nature, for 36 1, 13 | itself. But ~this name "God" signifies the divine nature, which 37 1, 13 | not a proper ~name, for it signifies the divine nature in the 38 1, 13 | the other hand, A Catholic signifies the true ~Deity when he 39 1, 13 | consignification, for it signifies present existence; ~and 40 1, 13 | subject, ~while the intellect signifies the identity of the thing 41 1, 14 | meaning of "comprehension" signifies that one ~thing holds and 42 1, 14 | operation. But an operation signifies something ~proceeding from 43 1, 14 | Enunciatory composition signifies some existence of a ~thing; 44 1, 15 | in God in so far as idea signifies an "exemplar" ~but only 45 1, 16 | enunciable truth, according as it signifies some truth of the intellect, 46 1, 16 | signification, in so far as it signifies a true opinion. When Socrates ~ 47 1, 18 | or that nature; and ~life signifies this, though in the abstract, 48 1, 27 | in God. For ~procession signifies outward movement. But in 49 1, 27 | things; in which ~sense it signifies the origin of a living being 50 1, 28 | its own proper meaning signifies only what refers to another. 51 1, 29 | definition. But "person" signifies something singular. Therefore 52 1, 29 | name ~of a thing (for it signifies a substance of a rational 53 1, 29 | hypostasis." But this with us signifies "person." Therefore "person" 54 1, 29 | which means essence, signifies a being composed of matter 55 1, 29 | substances, this name "person" signifies in the genus ~of rational 56 1, 29 | interpretation of the word, signifies any individual of the genus ~ 57 1, 29 | matter and ~form, the essence signifies not only the form, nor only 58 1, 29 | says (De Duab. Nat.), it ~signifies what is the subject of accidents, 59 1, 29 | I answer that, "Person" signifies what is most perfect in 60 1, 29 | nevertheless what the word ~signifies is found to be affirmed 61 1, 29 | Whether this word "person" signifies relation?~Aquin.: SMT FP 62 1, 29 | persons." Therefore person signifies essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 63 1, 29 | stated. Therefore ~"person" signifies substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 64 1, 29 | that refers ~to the persons signifies relation." But no word belongs 65 1, 29 | Therefore this word "person" ~signifies relation.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 29 | this word "person" ~in God signifies both the essence and the 67 1, 29 | Some of these said ~that it signifies directly the essence, and 68 1, 29 | on the contrary, ~that it signifies relation directly; and essence 69 1, 29 | For "person" in general signifies the individual ~substance 70 1, 29 | Therefore "person" in any nature signifies ~what is distinct in that 71 1, 29 | thus in human nature it signifies this ~flesh, these bones, 72 1, 29 | Therefore a ~divine person signifies a relation as subsisting. 73 1, 29 | that the name "person" signifies relation directly, and the 74 1, 29 | hypostasis. So likewise it signifies directly the essence, and ~ 75 1, 29 | another; forasmuch as it signifies relation not as such, but 76 1, 29 | Augustine says that it ~signifies the essence, inasmuch as 77 1, 30 | that this word ~"person" signifies in God a relation as subsisting 78 1, 30 | every numeral term in God signifies the ~essence; and therefore 79 1, 30 | Q[11], A[1]); for "one" signifies undivided being. So, of 80 1, 30 | instance, "one" ~applied to man signifies the undivided nature or 81 1, 30 | essence is one, the term "one" signifies the essence undivided; and ~ 82 1, 30 | say the person is one, it signifies the person undivided; and ~ 83 1, 30 | individual thing, as "some man," signifies the common nature with the ~ 84 1, 30 | designated ~singular thing signifies that which distinguishes 85 1, 30 | thing; ~as the name Socrates signifies this flesh and this bone. 86 1, 30 | that the term "some man" signifies the nature, or the ~individual 87 1, 31 | For every name in God ~signifies substance or relation. But 88 1, 31 | collective term, since it ~signifies multitude. But such a word 89 1, 31 | The name "Trinity" in God signifies the determinate ~number 90 1, 31 | meaning of the term it rather ~signifies the number of persons of 91 1, 31 | an absolute sense; for it signifies ~the threefold number of 92 1, 31 | of persons. "Triplicity" signifies a proportion of ~inequality; 93 1, 33 | that, The word "principle" signifies only that whence another ~ 94 1, 33 | origin. For what a term signifies, and the reason why it was 95 1, 33 | person. For the name "Father" signifies relation. Moreover ~"person" 96 1, 33 | proper name of any person signifies that whereby the ~person 97 1, 33 | this name "person" in God ~signifies a relation subsisting in 98 1, 33 | its end. Now ~generation signifies something in process of 99 1, 33 | made, whereas ~paternity signifies the complement of generation; 100 1, 33 | sense, as every privation signifies imperfection in the thing 101 1, 33 | relatively. Therefore it signifies substance; therefore ~unbegotten 102 1, 33 | unbegotten" ~in one sense signifies the same as "uncreated"; 103 1, 33 | uncreated. In another sense it signifies what is not begotten, and 104 1, 34 | Peri Herm. i) vocal sound signifies the ~concept of the intellect. 105 1, 34 | word from the fact the it ~signifies the interior concept of 106 1, 34 | the term strictly of God, ~signifies something proceeding from 107 1, 34 | except in ~as far as it signifies the interior concept of 108 1, 34 | word alone; for word alone signifies that which ~emanates from 109 1, 34 | proper name of a person signifies some property of ~that person. 110 1, 34 | the Son's proper name, it ~signifies some property of His; and 111 1, 34 | person of the Son. For it ~signifies an emanation of the intellect: 112 1, 34 | 63), that "the name ~Word signifies not only relation to the 113 1, 36 | although this word "principle" signifies a property, it does so ~ 114 1, 36 | number from the form it ~signifies, like other substantives. 115 1, 36 | which ~in a certain way signifies the nature with the property, 116 1, 37 | said personally, because it signifies what ~proceeds; and the 117 1, 38 | far as gift in this way signifies the ~possession of the giver, 118 1, 38 | proper name of a person signifies a property. But ~this word 119 1, 39 | above stated (Q[29], A[4]), signifies ~relation as subsisting 120 1, 39 | of the Father and the Son signifies either one ~subsistent, 121 1, 39 | because the divine essence signifies a form ~as regards the person, 122 1, 39 | the plural. ~For as "man" signifies "one that has humanity," 123 1, 39 | that has humanity," so God signifies "one ~that has Godhead." 124 1, 39 | Further, as this word "God" signifies "a being who has Deity," 125 1, 39 | also this word "person" signifies a being subsisting in an 126 1, 39 | 1: Though the name "God" signifies a being having Godhead, ~ 127 1, 39 | logicians say, "a singular term signifies what it stands for." But 128 1, 39 | 3]). Therefore, since it signifies the ~essence, it stands 129 1, 39 | Hence as this word "God" signifies the divine essence as in ~ 130 1, 39 | just as the name "man" signifies humanity in a ~subject, 131 1, 39 | stand for the essence it ~signifies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 132 1, 39 | For ~since this word "God" signifies the divine essence in Him 133 1, 39 | for ~Person, because it signifies the essence as an abstract 134 1, 39 | so far as ~the word "God" signifies and stands for the divine 135 1, 40 | quality. But "hypostasis" ~signifies an individual in the genus 136 1, 40 | something; as generation signifies the way to a thing ~generated, 137 1, 40 | taken ~in an active sense signifies proceeding from a subsisting 138 1, 40 | origin, as ~"nativity," signifies the way to a subsisting 139 1, 40 | whence this name ~"Father" signifies not only a property, but 140 1, 40 | Begetter" or "Begetting" signifies property only; forasmuch 141 1, 40 | forasmuch as ~this name "Father" signifies the relation which is distinctive 142 1, 40 | Begetter" or "Begotten" ~signifies the origin which is not 143 1, 40 | another, the word "another" signifies ~the correlative which is 144 1, 40 | Himself. For hypostasis signifies something distinct in God, 145 1, 40 | as passively understood, signifies the way to a person ~constituted 146 1, 40 | Son. But active generation signifies a proceeding from ~the person 147 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Power signifies a principle: and a principle 148 1, 41 | Whether the power of begetting signifies a relation, and not the 149 1, 41 | begetting, or of spirating, ~signifies the relation and not the 150 1, 41 | not the essence. For power signifies a ~principle, as appears 151 1, 41 | distinct. But in God, begetting signifies relation. Therefore, the 152 1, 41 | Him. But the will to beget signifies the essence. Therefore, ~ 153 1, 41 | that the power to beget signifies relation ~in God. But this 154 1, 41 | that the power of begetting signifies ~principally the divine 155 1, 41 | therefore the power of begetting signifies the divine ~nature directly, 156 1, 41 | genus of relation; but it signifies that ~which is a principle; 157 1, 42 | text 15,16, 17), equality ~signifies the negation of greater 158 1, 42 | OBJ 1: The order of nature signifies the notion of origin in ~ 159 1, 42 | greatness. In God greatness ~signifies the perfection of nature, 160 1, 42 | relation, for generation ~signifies a divine relation. So the 161 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission signifies not only procession from 162 1, 43 | anyone by invisible ~grace signifies both that this person dwells 163 1, 45 | according as to be created signifies improvement in things; as 164 1, 46 | duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies priority not of time, but 165 1, 46 | Or we may ~say that it signifies the eternity of imaginary 166 1, 46 | nothing, ~the word "above" signifies only an imaginary place, 167 1, 48 | illiberality. Therefore evil signifies a nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 168 1, 48 | to good. Therefore ~evil signifies a nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 169 1, 48 | Hence it cannot be that evil signifies being, or any form ~or nature. 170 1, 54 | and "to run," one of which signifies the act in the abstract, 171 1, 63 | created in the beginning, signifies ~the angelic nature while 172 1, 67 | its ~primary meaning it signifies that which makes manifest 173 1, 69 | Faust. ~xxii, 11), this word signifies the mass of waters without 174 1, 74 | the ~Spirit of the Lord signifies the Holy Ghost, Who is said 175 1, 75 | belongs what the definition ~signifies; and in natural things the 176 1, 37 | said personally, because it signifies what ~proceeds; and the 177 1, 38 | far as gift in this way signifies the ~possession of the giver, 178 1, 38 | proper name of a person signifies a property. But ~this word 179 1, 39 | above stated (Q[29], A[4]), signifies ~relation as subsisting 180 1, 39 | of the Father and the Son signifies either one ~subsistent, 181 1, 39 | because the divine essence signifies a form ~as regards the person, 182 1, 39 | the plural. ~For as "man" signifies "one that has humanity," 183 1, 39 | that has humanity," so God signifies "one ~that has Godhead." 184 1, 39 | Further, as this word "God" signifies "a being who has Deity," 185 1, 39 | also this word "person" signifies a being subsisting in an 186 1, 39 | 1: Though the name "God" signifies a being having Godhead, ~ 187 1, 39 | logicians say, "a singular term signifies what it stands for." But 188 1, 39 | 3]). Therefore, since it signifies the ~essence, it stands 189 1, 39 | Hence as this word "God" signifies the divine essence as in ~ 190 1, 39 | just as the name "man" signifies humanity in a ~subject, 191 1, 39 | stand for the essence it ~signifies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 192 1, 39 | For since this word "God" signifies the divine essence in Him 193 1, 39 | for ~Person, because it signifies the essence as an abstract 194 1, 39 | so far as ~the word "God" signifies and stands for the divine 195 1, 40 | quality. But "hypostasis" ~signifies an individual in the genus 196 1, 40 | something; as generation signifies the way to a thing ~generated, 197 1, 40 | taken ~in an active sense signifies proceeding from a subsisting 198 1, 40 | origin, as ~"nativity," signifies the way to a subsisting 199 1, 40 | whence this name ~"Father" signifies not only a property, but 200 1, 40 | Begetter" or "Begetting" signifies property only; forasmuch 201 1, 40 | forasmuch as ~this name "Father" signifies the relation which is distinctive 202 1, 40 | Begetter" or "Begotten" ~signifies the origin which is not 203 1, 40 | another, the word "another" signifies ~the correlative which is 204 1, 40 | Himself. For hypostasis signifies something distinct in God, 205 1, 40 | as passively understood, signifies the way to a person ~constituted 206 1, 40 | Son. But active generation signifies a proceeding from ~the person 207 1, 41 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Power signifies a principle: and a principle 208 1, 41 | Whether the power of begetting signifies a relation, and not the 209 1, 41 | begetting, or of spirating, ~signifies the relation and not the 210 1, 41 | not the essence. For power signifies a ~principle, as appears 211 1, 41 | distinct. But in God, begetting signifies relation. Therefore, the 212 1, 41 | Him. But the will to beget signifies the essence. Therefore, ~ 213 1, 41 | that the power to beget signifies relation ~in God. But this 214 1, 41 | that the power of begetting signifies ~principally the divine 215 1, 41 | therefore the power of begetting signifies the divine ~nature directly, 216 1, 41 | genus of relation; but it signifies that ~which is a principle; 217 1, 42 | text 15,16, 17), equality ~signifies the negation of greater 218 1, 42 | OBJ 1: The order of nature signifies the notion of origin in ~ 219 1, 42 | greatness. In God greatness ~signifies the perfection of nature, 220 1, 42 | relation, for generation ~signifies a divine relation. So the 221 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mission signifies not only procession from 222 1, 43 | anyone by invisible ~grace signifies both that this person dwells 223 1, 46 | according as to be created signifies improvement in things; as 224 1, 47 | duration. But the ~word "prior" signifies priority not of time, but 225 1, 47 | Or we may ~say that it signifies the eternity of imaginary 226 1, 47 | nothing, ~the word "above" signifies only an imaginary place, 227 1, 49 | illiberality. Therefore evil signifies a nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 228 1, 49 | to good. Therefore ~evil signifies a nature.~Aquin.: SMT FP 229 1, 49 | Hence it cannot be that evil signifies being, or any form ~or nature. 230 1, 55 | and "to run," one of which signifies the act in the abstract, 231 1, 64 | created in the beginning, signifies ~the angelic nature while 232 1, 68 | its ~primary meaning it signifies that which makes manifest 233 1, 70 | Faust. ~xxii, 11), this word signifies the mass of waters without 234 1, 73 | the ~Spirit of the Lord signifies the Holy Ghost, Who is said 235 1, 74 | belongs what the definition ~signifies; and in natural things the 236 1, 78 | past, as past, since it ~signifies being under a condition 237 1, 78 | of powers. For "opinion" ~signifies an act of the intellect 238 1, 78 | intelligence" properly signifies the ~intellect's very act, 239 1, 81 | to be ~nobler: but truth signifies something more absolute, 240 1, 84 | form and matter: for animal signifies that which has a ~sensitive 241 1, 92 | for the preposition "to" signifies a certain ~approach, as 242 1, 92 | to image, inasmuch as it signifies a certain perfection of ~ 243 1, 107 | that the "name 'virtues' signifies a certain virile ~and immovable 244 1, 107 | receiving Divine gifts. Thus it ~signifies that they undertake fearlessly 245 1, 107 | the great. Secondly, it signifies "a certain ~rigid and inflexible 246 1, 107 | by tyrants." ~Thirdly, it signifies "the desire and participation 247 1, 107 | Likewise the name of each order signifies the ~participation of what 248 1, 107 | God; as the name "Virtues" signifies the ~participation of the 249 1, 107 | viii) that the name "Power" signifies a kind of ordination both 250 1, 107 | name of "Principalities" signifies "one who leads in a ~sacred 251 1, 107 | upwards and ~continuous. This signifies that they are borne inflexibly 252 1, 107 | clarity, or brightness; which signifies ~that these angels have 253 1, 111 | minister is indefinite, and signifies ~excess; while the number 254 1, 112 | expression is metaphorical, and signifies that universally speaking 255 1, 115 | in the sense in which it signifies order, which ~is not a substance, 256 2, 3 | OBJ 3: Further, happiness signifies something existing in the 257 2, 3 | Reply OBJ 4: Since happiness signifies some final perfection; according ~ 258 2, 5 | Reply OBJ 1: The one penny signifies that Happiness is one in 259 2, 12 | in Monte ii, 13) the eye signifies intention. But since the 260 2, 12 | the organ of sight, it signifies the apprehensive power. 261 2, 12 | as the very word denotes, signifies, "to tend ~to something." 262 2, 16 | Q[1], A[8]; Q[2], A[7]), signifies sometimes the ~thing itself, 263 2, 20 | according to the gloss, the tree signifies ~the will, and fruit signifies 264 2, 20 | signifies ~the will, and fruit signifies works. Therefore, it is 265 2, 26 | itself, the word "love" signifies something more Godlike than ~" 266 2, 65 | 1~I answer that, Charity signifies not only the love of God, 267 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sin signifies not only the privation of 268 2, 87 | Now ~God's anger or fury signifies metaphorically the vengeance 269 2, 89 | kingdom ~of God," which signifies to be saved; whereas the 270 2, 102 | cause is that the bread signifies Christ Who is the ~"living 271 2, 102 | incorrupt. ~Moreover, salt signifies the discretion of wisdom, 272 2, 102 | Further, exterior consecration signifies interior holiness, the ~ 273 2, 102 | tabernacle, which was changeable, signifies the ~state of the present 274 2, 102 | which was fixed ~and stable, signifies the state of future life 275 2, 102 | Or else the ~tabernacle signifies the state of the Old Law; 276 2, 102 | the sweet-smelling spices signifies the "justifications of the ~ 277 2, 102 | as the gloss observes, "signifies the flesh ~refulgent with 278 2, 102 | refulgent with purity; violet signifies the mind desirous of heavenly ~ 279 2, 102 | uncleanness of any corpse signifies the ~uncleanness of sin, 280 2, 102 | has suffered ~seminal loss signifies the uncleanness of empty 281 2, 102 | the woman ~in child-birth signifies the uncleanness of original 282 2, 102 | the woman in her periods signifies the uncleanness of a mind 283 2, 102 | corruption is due to sin, and signifies sin: whereas the latter ~ 284 2, 102 | occupation: for the nose signifies discretion, because it discerns ~ 285 2, 102 | While chewing the ~cud signifies meditation on the Scriptures 286 2, 102 | feeds on very small birds, signifies those who oppress the ~poor. 287 2, 102 | the carcases of the slain, signifies those who like ~others to 288 2, 102 | is always on the ground, signifies those who fight God's ~cause, 289 2, 102 | and swims in the water, signifies those ~who are partial both 290 2, 102 | night but hides by day, signifies the lustful man who ~seeks 291 2, 102 | the same as the ~stork: it signifies the envious man, who refreshes 292 2, 102 | commonly ~called a falcon, signifies those whose "feet are swift 293 2, 102 | which is a garrulous bird, signifies the gossip. The hoopoe, ~ 294 2, 102 | which flies near the ground, signifies those who being ~gifted 295 2, 102 | His infancy. Or else it signifies that the kid, i.e. ~the 296 2, 102 | betokened by linen. It also signifies that woman is forbidden 297 2, 103 | the prohibition of ~blood signifies the prohibition of murder; 298 2, 105 | and ~"aristocracy," which signifies government by the best, 299 2, 105 | heifer taken from the herd signifies the flesh of ~Christ; which 300 2, 110 | grace of God ~sometimes signifies God's eternal love, as we 301 2, 110 | the special name of grace signifies the ~remission of sins." 302 2, 111 | Reply OBJ 1: God's love signifies something eternal; and hence 303 2, 111 | but prevenient. But grace signifies a temporal effect, ~which 304 2, 112 | we speak of grace as it signifies a help from God ~to move 305 2, 113 | A[1]). Now justification signifies ~a certain movement towards 306 2, 1 | Latin renders "articulus," signifies a fitting together of distinct ~ 307 2, 9 | convertible terms, ~that which signifies "what a thing is," is given 308 2, 26 | quoted above (OBJ ~3) mode signifies a determination of measure; 309 2, 28 | Latin word "misericordia" signifies ~either pity or mercy. The 310 2, 28 | 1/1~I answer that, Mercy signifies grief for another's distress. 311 2, 30 | of ~iniquity." Now mammon signifies riches. Therefore it is 312 2, 36 | of wills, so contention signifies ~contrariety of speech. 313 2, 41 | scandal; while "offense" ~signifies resentment against the person 314 2, 42 | Hom. Opif. viii), ~"heart" signifies the vegetative soul, "soul" 315 2, 49 | euboulia} (deliberating well) signifies goodness of counsel, for 316 2, 49 | according to common law) ~signifies a right judgment, not indeed 317 2, 51 | 1~I answer that, Thought signifies the act of the intellect 318 2, 53 | Hence prudence of the ~flesh signifies properly the prudence of 319 2, 53 | those signs whereby a man signifies something to another man, 320 2, 56 | justice always, ~"constant" signifies a firm perseverance in this 321 2, 56 | Matth.): "By ~justice He signifies either the general virtue, 322 2, 56 | Euphrates," says: ~"Euphrates signifies 'fruitful'; nor is it stated 323 2, 61 | Mercury, "the heap of Mercury" signifies the casting up of an account, ~ 324 2, 73 | xxxi, 15) "the ~ostrich signifies the hypocrite, who derides 325 2, 74 | in this way "maledicere" signifies simply to tell ~someone 326 2, 74 | whereas the backbiter merely ~signifies an evil already existing. 327 2, 77 | I answer that, omission signifies the non-fulfilment of a 328 2, 79 | God." Therefore religion signifies a ~relation not only to 329 2, 79 | to religion. Now "latria ~signifies servitude," as Augustine 330 2, 83 | blessed. The very word ~signifies this, since "sacrifice" 331 2, 93 | which it stands ~(thus smoke signifies fire whereby it is caused), 332 2, 93 | cause, in consequence it signifies ~the effect (thus a rainbow 333 2, 101 | of many. The word "glory" signifies this, for "glory" is the ~ 334 2, 101 | for his lord, for dulia signifies servitude, as stated above ~( 335 2, 106 | denoting the fervor ~of love, signifies the primary root of vengeance, 336 2, 109 | Just as a man lies when he signifies by word that which he ~is 337 2, 109 | signs of ~deeds or things he signifies that which he is not, yet 338 2, 109 | since the outward ~habit signifies works of perfection. Therefore 339 2, 109 | or the ~clerical habit, signifies a state whereby one is bound 340 2, 116 | the Greek {philargyria} signifies literally "love ~of money": 341 2, 116 | which stands for money, signifies all ~external goods the 342 2, 122 | For the Greek ~{martyr} signifies a witness. Now witness is 343 2, 127 | shows, since "magnanimity" ~signifies greatness of mind, and " 344 2, 127 | him. Since, however, faith signifies also a strong ~opinion, 345 2, 129 | stated above (A[1]), ambition signifies inordinate ~love of honor. 346 2, 130 | 1/3~I answer that, Glory signifies a certain clarity, wherefore 347 2, 136 | the same meaning, for it signifies that a man ~"perseveres 348 2, 139 | because the ~word "temperance" signifies a certain temperateness 349 2, 144 | absolutely, and in this way it signifies neither a ~virtue nor a 350 2, 144 | regulated by reason, and then it signifies either a virtuous ~habit 351 2, 145 | three, three, and four] signifies all things, and if this 352 2, 149 | name from "pudor," which signifies shame. Hence purity must 353 2, 152 | this passage "lust" there signifies ~any kind of excess.~Aquin.: 354 2, 152 | seduction, in ~the words quoted, signifies the intercourse between 355 2, 160 | replied that pride there signifies abundance of those ~things 356 2, 162 | live for ever," ~"for ever" signifies "for a long time." For it 357 2, 163 | Septuagint] "Here the breast signifies pride, because it is there 358 2, 167 | among whom he dwells, either signifies something by so doing, or ~ 359 2, 173 | ecstasy]: "{Ekstasis} in Greek signifies in Latin ~'excessus mentis,' 360 2, 178 | Jerome, De ~Nom. Hebr.], signifies the contemplative life." 361 2, 178 | 1~On the contrary, Life signifies here the operation on which 362 2, 179 | blear-eyed but fruitful signifies the active life: which " 363 2, 183 | not honor: since {skopos} signifies ~'watching.' Wherefore if 364 2, 185 | etc. (for by ~brother he signifies every Christian, according 365 2, 187 | The building of the tower signifies the perfection of ~Christian 366 3, 2 | species, which the definition signifies, this essence of the species ~ 367 3, 2 | speaking of nature ~as it signifies the essence, or the "what-it-is," 368 3, 2 | above, inasmuch as person ~signifies after the manner of something 369 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: Hypostasis signifies a particular substance, 370 3, 3 | nature. For a Divine Person signifies something most ~perfect. 371 3, 3 | the Godhead Personality signifies a personal ~property; and 372 3, 3 | man is "this man," which signifies one person; and hence the ~ 373 3, 4 | Further, the word "man" signifies a human nature. But the 374 3, 4 | assumption. Now this word "man" signifies human nature, as it is in 375 3, 4 | iii, 4,11), this ~word God signifies Him Who has human nature. 376 3, 4 | Reply OBJ 2: The word "man" signifies human nature in the concrete, ~ 377 3, 4 | 3]). Now ~in this way it signifies human nature as it is in 378 3, 7 | cooperating. Now operating grace ~signifies that whereby the ungodly 379 3, 16 | which this ~word "man" signifies, and not by reason of the 380 3, 16 | made man." For since ~man signifies a substance, to be made 381 3, 16 | nature, which the word "man" ~signifies. Now that seems to be the 382 3, 16 | for Christ, although it ~signifies the human nature, which 383 3, 16 | began to be, nevertheless signifies the ~eternal suppositum 384 3, 16 | begin to be. Hence, since it signifies ~the suppositum when placed 385 3, 16 | covered by the ~reduplication signifies the nature rather than the 386 3, 16 | placed in the reduplication ~signifies the nature rather than the 387 3, 16 | Reply OBJ 3: As a person signifies something complete and ~ 388 3, 17 | as Christ is God. Now God signifies one ~having the Godhead, 389 3, 17 | having the Godhead, and man signifies one having manhood. Yet 390 3, 17 | for the neuter gender ~signifies something unformed and imperfect, 391 3, 17 | whereas the masculine ~signifies something formed and perfect. 392 3, 17 | Father is"; ~"something" signifies the Divine Nature, which 393 3, 17 | the Father"; "something" signifies, not the human nature as ~ 394 3, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Two signifies what has duality, not in 395 3, 18 | concupiscible parts." Now sensuality signifies the ~sensitive appetite. 396 3, 21 | vision." Secondly, movement ~signifies the act of something perfect, 397 3, 27 | 35) says ~that the sword signifies "Mary's prudence which took 398 3, 31 | the product of six, which signifies ~the labor of the present 399 3, 31 | present life, and seven, which signifies the rest of the ~life to 400 3, 31 | Luke in Christ's genealogy signifies the ~generality of sins. " 401 3, 31 | beyond ten." And ~seven signifies universality: because "universal 402 3, 31 | seventy-seven: so that this ~number signifies the generality of sins which 403 3, 32 | this preposition of [de] signifies both habitudes: thus we 404 3, 35 | different times, although each signifies a measure of duration.~Aquin.: 405 3, 35 | A[1]), every word that signifies ~a nature in the concrete 406 3, 36 | taught to ~offer gold, "which signifies wisdom, to the new-born 407 3, 36 | offer God incense, "which signifies ~fervor in prayer, if our 408 3, 36 | and we offer myrrh, "which signifies mortification of the ~flesh, 409 3, 37 | Further, the name Jesus signifies "salvation"; as is clear 410 3, 37 | it is a chaste animal, it signifies ~chastity; and being a solitary 411 3, 37 | being a solitary animal, it signifies contemplation. The ~pigeon 412 3, 37 | simple animal, and therefore signifies gentleness ~and simplicity. 413 3, 37 | gregarious animal; wherefore it signifies ~the active life. Consequently 414 3, 37 | turtle dove, being solitary, signifies the tears of prayer; whereas ~ 415 3, 37 | pigeon, being gregarious, signifies the public prayers of the 416 3, 39 | in the Trinity, while ten signifies the ~fulfilment of the commandments 417 3, 39 | properties, it results that it ~signifies the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 418 3, 44 | works wonders: for ~the hand signifies operation; the spittle signifies 419 3, 44 | signifies operation; the spittle signifies the word which ~proceeds 420 3, 45 | Para. 2/2~The bright cloud signifies the glory of the Holy Ghost 421 3, 45 | said fittingly ~that it signifies the clarity of the world 422 3, 58 | Now this preposition "at" signifies a kind ~of approach to the 423 3, 60 | thing only. For that ~which signifies many things is an ambiguous 424 3, 60 | above (A[2]), a sacrament signifies a holy ~thing in so far 425 3, 60 | ad 3) that a sacrament ~signifies properly the very end of 426 3, 60 | occasion of deception, ~when it signifies many things not ordained 427 3, 60 | one another. But when it ~signifies many things inasmuch as, 428 3, 60 | certain: thus this ~word "man" signifies the soul and body inasmuch 429 3, 60 | In this way a sacrament signifies the three things ~aforesaid, 430 3, 60 | OBJ 2: Since a sacrament signifies that which sanctifies, it 431 3, 60 | signifier. Now it is ~God Who signifies spiritual things to us by 432 3, 63 | Consequently, a character signifies a certain ~spiritual power 433 3, 65 | sacrament; in so far as it signifies the union of Christ ~with 434 3, 66 | and ~hence it fittingly signifies and causes the cleansing 435 3, 66 | 1~OBJ 6: Further, a name signifies a thing's property. But 436 3, 66 | themselves; since one immersion ~signifies the oneness of Christ's 437 3, 66 | while trine ~immersion signifies the three days of Christ' 438 3, 68 | be cleansed by Baptism, signifies ~that he prepares himself 439 3, 69 | And thus by ~refreshing it signifies the remission of the debt 440 3, 69 | just as ~by cleansing it signifies the washing away of guilt.~ 441 3, 69 | the baptismal cleansing ~signifies the cleansing of the soul 442 3, 69 | baptismal water by its cleansing signifies the ~washing away of guilt, 443 3, 69 | its natural clearness it signifies the splendor of ~grace and 444 3, 71 | the anointing with ~oil signifies man's ability to fight against 445 3, 72 | through being an evergreen, ~signifies the refreshing and merciful 446 3, 72 | very word "baptize," which signifies "to cleanse," we can ~understand 447 3, 74 | and larger; but it also signifies ~corruption from its very 448 3, 78 | but only a pronoun, ~which signifies substance in common, without 449 3, 81 | If, ~however, the dipping signifies here anything good" (for 450 3, 83 | consecration of the altar signifies Christ's holiness, of which ~ 451 3, 83 | consecration of the altar signifies Christ's ~holiness, and 452 3, 83 | both because the ~altar signifies Christ, for in 1 Cor. 10: 453 3, 83 | sing the "Gradual," ~which signifies progress in life; then the " 454 3, 83 | priest in extending his arms signifies the outstretching of ~Christ' 455 3, 83 | and put into the chalice signifies Christ's risen body," ~namely, 456 3, 83 | as the ~mixing with water signifies the people, and therefore 457 3, 84 | regard to the penitent, signifies the work of God Who ~forgives 458 3, 86 | enlightenment of the blind man signifies the delivery of the sinner. ~ 459 Suppl, 1 | Wherefore contrition, which signifies this, implies ~rectitude 460 Suppl, 1 | spiritual matters, attrition signifies a certain ~but not a perfect 461 Suppl, 12| between external things, signifies, properly speaking, a giving ~ 462 Suppl, 12| is the fomes. [*"Fomes" ~signifies literally "fuel," and metaphorically, " 463 Suppl, 28| contrary, Solemn penance signifies the expulsion of the first 464 Suppl, 28| its signification; for it signifies the expulsion of the first ~ 465 Suppl, 29| refreshment of the ~body which signifies that of the soul, can only 466 Suppl, 29| sacrament, since every sacrament signifies its effect. Now the matter 467 Suppl, 30| sacrament causes what it signifies, the principal ~effect of 468 Suppl, 30| signifying it. Now ~Baptism signifies and effects a spiritual 469 Suppl, 30| Therefore Extreme Unction ~signifies and causes a spiritual healing 470 Suppl, 34| outwardly in the sacraments signifies ~that the power which works 471 Suppl, 34| in the matter which both signifies and ~contains the divine 472 Suppl, 35| by its sevenfold number signifies the seven gifts of the Holy ~ 473 Suppl, 36| 21:17,18). Now "blemish signifies all kinds of ~vice" according 474 Suppl, 37| light which he bears, he ~signifies that he dispels inward darkness; 475 Suppl, 37| which the acolytes carry signifies the ~light of spiritual 476 Suppl, 37| because the ~name of acolyte signifies candle-bearer. Therefore 477 Suppl, 37| 4: The priestly vestment signifies, not the power given to 478 Suppl, 40| OBJ 3: Further, the hair signifies superabundance, because 479 Suppl, 40| deputed; and the "alb," which signifies ~a pure life, and the "girdle," 480 Suppl, 40| and the "girdle," which signifies restraint of the flesh. ~ 481 Suppl, 40| on the left arm; this ~signifies the wiping away of the least 482 Suppl, 40| wears the "chasuble," which signifies charity, because he ~it 483 Suppl, 40| the laggard."~The "ring" signifies the sacraments of that faith 484 Suppl, 40| privileged power, for it signifies the golden chain which those 485 Suppl, 42| Law causes that which it ~signifies. Yet matrimony does not 486 Suppl, 42| Church, which union it signifies. Therefore matrimony is 487 Suppl, 45| it is the consent which signifies ~the union of Christ with 488 Suppl, 45| material operation which signifies it; thus in Baptism the ~ 489 Suppl, 45| consent, properly ~speaking, signifies not the union of Christ 490 Suppl, 47| 2/2~Further, Matrimony signifies the union of Christ with 491 Suppl, 48| OBJ 5: Further, matrimony signifies the union of Christ with 492 Suppl, 49| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Offspring signifies not only the begetting of 493 Suppl, 49| so far as faith [fides] signifies the suiting of deed ~to 494 Suppl, 49| sacred ~thing which matrimony signifies.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 495 Suppl, 49| in respect ~of which it signifies the union of Christ with 496 Suppl, 53| OBJ 3: Further, matrimony signifies the union of Christ with 497 Suppl, 59| stability, inasmuch as it signifies the indissoluble ~union 498 Suppl, 61| inasmuch, namely, as it signifies the union of Christ with 499 Suppl, 61| Before consummation marriage signifies the union of Christ ~with 500 Suppl, 61| But after consummation it signifies the ~union of Christ with


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