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iuvenis is, adj. with comp. iūnior (once iuvenior, Ta.)

DIV-, young, youthful: filius, Ta.: iuvenes anni, O.: iuvenes premere Medos, Iu.: toto iunior anno, H.: dis iunioribus permisit ut, etc.: quamvis iuvenior, adligari se patitur, Ta.— As subst m. and f one in the flower of age, a young person, youth (i. e. between twenty and forty years): infirmitas puerorum, et ferocitas iuvenum: simul ac iuvenes esse coeperunt: iuvenes fervidi, H.: Si iuvenis vetulo non adsurrexerat, Iu.: Telluris iuvenes, sons, H.: iuvenes ipsius consulis, sons, Iu.: edicitur delectus: iuniores ad nomina respondent, L.: iuniorum centuriae (under forty-six years of age).—Fem.: pulchra, Ph.

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