STÓIC, -Ă, stoici, -ce, adj., s.m. şi f. I. adj. 1. Care aparţine stoicismului (1), privitor la stoicism. 2. Ferm, curajos, neclintit (în faţa vicisitudinilor vieţii). II. s.m. şi f. 1. Adept al stoicismului (1). 2. Om ferm, curajos, neclintit, plin de tărie sufletească (în faţa vicisitudinilor vieţii). [pr.: -sto-ic] – Din fr. stoïque, lat. stoicus.
Trimis de RACAI, 07.12.2003. Sursa: DEX '98

STÓIC adj., s. 1. adj. (înv.) stoicesc. (Filozofii stoic.) 2. s. (înv.) stoician. (Un mare stoic.)
Trimis de siveco, 05.08.2004. Sursa: Sinonime

stóic adj. m., s. m., pl. stóici; f. sg. stóică, pl. stóice
Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic

STÓI//C1 stoiccă (stoicci, stoicce) 1) Care ţine de stoicism; propriu stoicismului. 2) fig. Care suportă cu tărie vicisitudinile vieţii; dotat cu tărie sufletească. [Sil. sto-ic] /<lat. stoicus, fr. stoïque
Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX

STÓI//C2 stoicci m. 1) Adept al stoicismului. 2) Persoană care suportă cu tărie vicisitudinile vieţii; persoană dotată cu tărie sufletească. /<lat. stoicus, fr. stoïque
Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX

STÓIC, -Ă adj. 1. Care ţine de stoicism, care se referă la doctrina stoicilor. 2. Ferm, neclintit. // s.m. şi f. 1. Adept al stoicismului. 2. Om ferm, cu multă tărie sufletească. [pron. sto-ic. / cf. fr. stoïque, lat. stoicus, gr. stoa – portic unde se adunau stoicii pentru discuţiile lor filozofice].
Trimis de LauraGellner, 14.05.2007. Sursa: DN

STÓIC, -Ă I. adj. 1. referitor la stoicism. o şcoală stoică = şcoală filozofică întemeiată de Zenon în sec. IV a. Chr. în Grecia antică, care conţinea elemente materialiste în concepţia despre natură şi în teoria cunoaşterii, dar care în domeniul eticii se menţinea pe poziţii idealiste, propovăduind supunerea faţă de soartă. 2. ferm, neclintit. II. s. m. f. 1. adept al stoicismului. 2. om cu multă tărie sufletească. (< fr. stoïque, lat. stoicus)
Trimis de raduborza, 15.09.2007. Sursa: MDN

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