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salvos or salvus adj.

3 SAL-, in good health, well, sound, safe, unharmed, uninjured : gaudeo tibi illam salvam, T.: tum illum . . . pedibus suis salvom revertisse: numquam salvis suis exuitur servitus muliebris, while their friends are living , L.: Non uxor salvom te volt, non filius, H. —Fig., safe, well, preserved, uninjured, in good condition : (rem p.) salvam servare, L.: ita me gessi, Quirites, ut salvi omnes conservaremini: exercitus, Cs.: civibus salvis atque incolumibus, Cs.: res salva (opp. perdita), T.: epistula (opp. conscissa): quid salvi est mulieri amissā pudicitiā? L.: utinam salvis rebus conloqui potuissemus, before all was lost .—Esp., with a subst. in abl absol., without violation of, saving : salvā lege: salvo officio: salvo iure nostrae veteris amicitiae: quod salvā fide possim.—Colloq. uses: salvos sum, si haec vera sunt, i. e. I am out of trouble , T.: tace, obsecro; salvae sumus, we are all right , T.: ne sim salvus, si, etc., may I die, if , etc.: Erubuit; salva res est, all is well , T.: satine salvae (sc. res sunt)? is all well? T.: Cr . o Mysis, salve. My . salvos sis, good luck to you , T.

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