SOLÉMN, -Ă, solemni, -e, adj. (Adesea adverbial) 1. Care are loc după un anumit ceremonial; cu fast, sărbătoresc. 2. Important; grav, serios. ♦ Desăvârşit; intens, profund. ♦ Sfânt, sacru. ♦ Măreţ, grandios, maiestuos. 3. (Despre acte juridice) Care trebuie să respecte anumite forme pentru a fi considerat valabil. – Din lat. sollemnis.
Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX '98

SOLÉMN adj., adv. 1. adj. v. festiv. 2. adv. v. sărbătoreşte. 3. adj. sacramental. (Formulă solemn.) 4. adj. sacru, sfânt. (Un jurământ solemn.) 5. adj. sacru, (livr.) sacerdotal. (Importanţa solemn a momentului.) 6. adj. (jur.) formal. (Act solemn.) 7. adj. important, însemnat, (înv.) solemnel. (Un moment solemn.) 8. adj. v. ceremonios. 9. adj. academic, distins, (livr.) elevat. (Ton solemn.) 10. adj. grav, serios, (livr.) marţial, (înv.) solemnel. (O ţinută solemn.) 11. adj. grandios, maiestos, măreţ, (înv.) solemnel. (O noapte solemn.) 12. adv. v. maestoso.
Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007. Sursa: Sinonime

solémn adj. m., pl. solémni; f. sg. solémnă, pl. solémne
Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

SOLÉMN solemnă (solemni, solemne) şi adverbial 1) Care este celebrat cu pompă, cu fast; sărbătoresc; festiv. 2) (despre manifestări ale oamenilor) Care denotă un caracter măreţ; plin de afecţiune; emfatic. Ton solemn. 3) (despre acte judiciare) Care se încheie conform unui anumit ceremonial; însoţit de anumite formalităţi festive. /<lat. sollemnis, it. solenne
Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX

SOLÉMN adj. 1. Care are loc după un anumit ceremonial; sărbătoresc. ♦ De ceremonie. ♦ Sfânt, sacru. 2. Important, măreţ; grav. ♦ (Despre persoane) Plin de seriozitate, de gravitate; grav. [< lat. solemnis].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 25.04.2007. Sursa: DN

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