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situs adj.

P. of sino, placed, set, lying, situate : Romuli lituus, cum situs esset in curiā Saliorum, etc.: in ore sita lingua est: in ipsis penetralibus (Britanniae), Ta.—Of places, lying, situate : locus in mediā insulā: in quo (sinu) sita Carthago est, L.: urbes in orā Asiae, N.—Of the dead, laid out, ready for burial : Ea (mater) sita erat exadvorsum, T.Laid at rest, buried, interred : hic est ille situs: C. Mari sitae reliquiae: (Aeneas) situs est . . . super Numicum fluvium, L. —Fig., placed, situated, fixed, present, ready : Peiore res loco non potis est esse quam in quo nunc sita est, T.: quae ceteris in artibus aut studiis sita sunt: (voluptates) in medio sitas esse dicunt, within the reach of all.—Lying, resting, dependent : In te spes omnis nobis sitast, T.: adsensio quae est in nostrā potestate sita: situm in nobis, as far as lies in us : est situm in nobis, ut, etc.: qui omnem vim divinam in naturā sitam esse censet: in armis omina sita, S.: iam si pugnandum est, quo consilio, in temporibus situm est.

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