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locuplēs ētis (abl. -plētī or -plēte; plur gen. -plētium and -plētum), adj. with comp. and sup.

locus+PLE-, rich in lands, substantial, opulent : pecuniosi et locupletes.— Rich, wealthy, opulent : egebat? immo locuples erat: aquila, i. e. the lucrative post of centurion , Iu.: locupletem optare podagram, the rich man's , Iu.: praedā locuples, S.: frugibus annus, H.: urbs locupletissima.—As subst: agros locupletium plebi colendos dedit, the rich : proscriptiones locupletium, S.: locuples quae nupsit avaro, Iu.—Fig., well stored, provided, richly supplied, rich : domus: oratione: Latina lingua locupletior quam Graeca.— Responsible, trustworthy, trusty, safe, sure : reus, that can fulfill his engagement , L.: locupletissimi auctores: tabellarius.

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