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situs ūs, m

1 SA-, a situation, position, site, location, station : cuius hic situs esse dicitur: urbs situ nobilis: locorum, Cu.: urbes naturali situ inexpugnabiles, L.: Africae, S.: castrorum, Cs.: turris situ edita, Cu.: membrorum: monumentum Regali situ pyramidum altius, i. e. structure , H.: opportunissimi sitūs urbibus: sitūs partium corporis: revocare sitūs (foliorum), a<*>ran<*>ement , V.Idleness, sloth, inactivity, sluggishness : victa situ senectus, V.: Indigna est pigro forma perire situ, O.: marcescere otii situ civitatem, L.: (verba) Nunc situs informis premit, H.: in aeterno iacere situ, i. e. forgetfulness , Pr.— The effect of neglect, rust, mould, mustiness, dust, dirt, filth : Per loca senta situ, V.: immundus, O.: Situm inter oris barba Intonsa, etc., C. poët.

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