succedent
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Latin succedent-, succedens, present participle of succedere Date: 15th century coming next ; succeeding, subsequent

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  • succedent — /seuhk seed nt/ adj. 1. following or succeeding; subsequent. n. 2. Astrol. See succedent house. [1350 1400; ME < L succedent , s. of succedens, prp. of succedere to SUCCEED] * * * …   Universalium

  • succedent — səkˈsēdənt adjective Etymology: Latin succedent , succedens, present participle of succedere to succeed 1. : succeeding, subsequent 2. : of or relating to the 2d, 5th, 8th, and 11th mundane houses …   Useful english dictionary

  • succedent — adjective That succeeds; succeeding, following …   Wiktionary

  • succedent — suc·ce·dent …   English syllables

  • Succedent house — is an astrological term for the houses that follow (i.e., succeed) the angular houses in an Astrological chart. “Succedent” derives from the Latin succedens meaning subsequent or succeeding .ref|Webster Since the angular houses are the first,… …   Wikipedia

  • succedent house — Astrol. any of the four houses that fall between the angular and cadent houses: the second, fifth, eighth, and eleventh houses, which correspond, respectively, to possessions and values, love and creation, shared possessions and resources, and… …   Universalium

  • succedent house — Astrol. any of the four houses that fall between the angular and cadent houses: the second, fifth, eighth, and eleventh houses, which correspond, respectively, to possessions and values, love and creation, shared possessions and resources, and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • succéder — [ syksede ] v. tr. ind. <conjug. : 6> • v. 1355 tr.; repris XVIe; lat. succedere « venir sous, à la place de » I ♦ SUCCÉDER À. 1 ♦ (v. 1400) Venir après (qqn) de manière à prendre sa charge, sa place (⇒ successeur). Succéder à qqn. Roi,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Société nouvelle des transports de l'agglomération niçoise — Logo de la ST2N Création 4 avril 1991[1] …   Wikipédia en Français

  • SUCCÉDER — v. n. qui s emploie avec la préposition à. Venir après, prendre la place de. La nuit succède au jour. Le jour succède à la nuit. Le jour et la nuit se succèdent l un à l autre, succèdent l un à l autre. Les saisons succèdent, se succèdent les… …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

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