Current results for occurrence #1 of callidior in Latin Vulgate, entry callidus:

MeaningVotes
I. that is taught wisdom by experience and practic...
I. Ingenious, prudent, dexterous
A. In gen. (class.): ad suum quaestum, callidus, Pla...
B. Particular constructions.
(a). With gen.: rei rusticae, Col. 2, 2, 1: rer...
(b). With abl.: juncturā callidus acri, Pers. 5, 14.—
(g). In the Greek manner, with inf.: callidus C...
C. Meton., of things: foramina callidissimo artifici...
II. Crafty, cunning, artful, ...
16
A. Of persons (class.): itaque me malum esse oportet...
B. Meton., of things: doli, Plaut. Bacch. 4, 4, 4: c...
2. Trop.: merx, of a woman, Plaut. Cist. 4, 2, 61.—H...
1. Skilfully, shrewdly, expertly
2. Cunningly, craflily, etc.: callide ...
Total: 16

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