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dīs dītis, neut. dīte, adj. with comp. dītior and sup. dītissimus

DIV-, rich, wealthy, opulent, provided, abounding : dis quidem esses, T.: Cratini huius ditis aedes, T.: domus, H.: patre diti, N.: Mycenae, H.: delubra donis, O.: stipendia, L.: res p. bonis exemplis ditior, L.: dum ne sit te ditior alter, H.: apud Helvetios ditissimus, Cs.: terra, V.: Bovianum armis, L.

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