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super adv.

cf. ὑπέρ, above, on top, over, upwards : eo super tigna bipedalia iniciunt, Cs.: Inplenturque super puppes, i. e. by rain , V.: superque inmane barathrum Cernatur, from above , V.—In number or quantity, over, moreover, in addition, besides : satis superque esse sibi suarum cuique rerum, enough and to spare : satis superque vixisse: Quidque furor valeat, satisque Ac super ostendit, O.: poenas dedit usque superque Quam satis est, H.: et super, and moreover , V.: satis superque oneris sustinens, res a populo R. gestas scribere, L.: super quam quod dissenserant ab consilio, besides that , L.—Of a remnant, over, left, remaining : Atheniensibus praeter arma nihil erat super, N.: quid super sanguinis, qui dari pro re p. possit, rogitantes, L.: super tibi erunt, qui, etc., V.—In composition, of place, above, over , as in superfluo, superpono, supersedeo, supersto.— Over and above, besides, in addition , as in superaddo, supersum, superfio.

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