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sōlum adv.

1 solus, alone, only, merely, barely (never with numerals, except unus): de re unā solum dissident . . . unane est solum dissensio?: si dixisset haec solum, omni supplicio est dignus: hominum solum auribus iudicari.—With non or neque , usu. followed by sed or verum , with etiam, not only . . . but also not merely . . . but as well, not alone . . . but even : supplete ceteros, neque nostri ordinis solum: non solum contra legem, nec solum contra consuetudinem, sed etiam contra omnia iura: servavit ab omni Non solum facto verum opprobrio quoque, H.: neque solum civis, set cuiusmodi genus hominum, S.

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