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ADJECTIVES Just; mere; proper, very; influenced by their Latin meaning

The Adjectives just, mere, proper, and very were sometimes used as in Latin.

Just = exact.

“A just seven-night.

“A just pound.

Whereas we retain this sense only in the adverbial use, "just a week." Compare "justum iter."

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