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juxtā , adv. and prep. sup. form from jugis; v. jungo,
I.near to, nigh.
I. Adv.
A. Lit., of place.
1. Of several objects, near together, in close proximity: “theatra duo juxta fecit amplissima e ligno,Plin. 36, 15, 24, § 117.—
2. In gen., near at hand, near, near by, hard by, close to, by the side of: “legio, quae juxta constiterat,Caes. B. G. 2, 26, 1: “ut sellam juxta poneret,Sall. J. 65, 2: “furiarum maxima juxta Accubat,Verg. A. 6, 605: “forte fuit juxta tumulus,id. ib. 3, 22: “procul vel juxta sitas vires circumspectabat,Tac. H. 2, 72: talem perlatum Pompeio juxta res gerenti Mithridatico bello, Plin. 6, 17, 19, § 51: “abjecto clam juxta pugione,Suet. Ner. 34: “thermisque juxta celeriter constructis,id. Tit. 7.— “Rarely with verbs of motion: accedere juxta,Ov. M. 8, 809.—
B. Transf., in like manner, equally, alike (syn.: aeque, pariter).
(γ). With ac, atque, et, quam, cum, in the sense of as, than (cf.: “aeque ac, pariter ac, etc.): juxta tecum aeque scio,Plaut. Pers. 4, 3, 75: “juxta eam curo cum mea,id. Trin. 1, 2, 160 (so always in Plaut.; “v. Brix ad loc.): juxta mecum omnes intellegitis,Sall. C. 58, 5: “absentium bona juxta atque interemptorum divisa fuere,Liv. 1, 54, 9; 3, 33, 10: “juxta eam rem aegre passi patres, quam cum consulatum vulgari viderent,” i. e. were just as indignant, id. 10, 6, 9: qui me, juxta ac si meus frater esset, sustentavit, just as if, = non secus ac si, Cic. post Red. ap. Sen. 8, 20: “juxta ac si hostes adessent,Sall. J. 45, 2; Liv. 22, 31, 3: “in re juxta manifesta atque atroci,id. 3, 33, 10; 24, 5, 13; 21, 33, 4; “5, 6, 5: reipublicae juxta ac sibi consulere,Sall. C. 37, 8: “litteris Graecis atque Latinis juxta eruditus,id. J. 95, 3: “juxta bonos et malos interficere,id. C. 51, 30.—
II. Prep., with acc., very near, close to, near to, hard by (not ante-class.).
B. Transf.
3. Along with, together with: cum interea lucubrando faceret juxta ancillas lanam, Varr. ap. Non. 322: juxta se conjuges vexari, just as: “pariter ac,Liv. 41, 6: “periculosiores sunt inimicitiae juxta libertatem,among a free people, Tac. G. 21.—
4. In consequence of, in proportion to (post-class., except one doubtful passage in Liv.): “huic consuetudo juxta vicinitatem cum Aebutio fuit,Liv. 39, 9, 6 dub. Weissenb. ad loc.: “quem juxta nocturnum visum ergastulo liberavit,Just. 1, 7, 1: “convivium juxta regiam magnificentiam ludis exornat,id. 12, 3, 11.—
5. According to: “juxta praeceptum,Just. 2, 12, 25; Nazar. Pan. Const. 23; Vulg. Gen. 1, 11: “juxta morem,id. ib. 19, 31: “juxta hoc videtur et divus Hadrianus rescripsisse in haec verba,Dig. 29, 5, 1, § 28: “juxta inclytum oratorem,Hier. Ep. 82.
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