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idōneus adj.,

fit, meet, proper, becoming, suitable, apt, capable, convenient, sufficient: rerum initium, T.: quos idoneos ducebat, consilium habet, S.: auctor, responsible: minus idoneum hominem praemio adficere, i. e. deserving: idoneum visum est dicere, etc., pertinent, S.: minus idoneis (verbis) uti: aetas ad haec utenda, T.: ad amicitiam: ad navium multitudinem portūs: ad agendum tempora: idoneus, quem fallere incipias, T.: idoneus non est, qui impetret, etc.: res, de quā quaeratur: non natus idoneus armis, Pr.: novis rebus, S.: arti Cuilibet, H.: castris locus, Cs.: patriae, serviceable, Iu.: Fons rivo dare nomen, i. e. large enough, H.: Si torrere iecur quaeris idoneum, H. —Plur m. as subst: in deligendis idoneis: cum idoneis conlocutus, L.

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