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nūdus adj.,

naked, bare, unclothed, stripped, uncovered, exposed: Capillus passus, nudus pes, T.: nudum (Roscium) eicit domo: nuda pedem, O.: membra, V.: capite nudo, bareheaded, S.: nudo corpore pugnare, without a shield, Cs.: sere nudus, without the toga, V.: nudum corpus ad hostīs vortere, his defenceless back, S.: Gratia Nudis iuncta sororibus, in light attire, H.: silice in nudā, bare, V.: Sedit humo nudā, O.—Striped, spoiled, vacant, void, deprived, destitute, without: partem subselliorum nudam atque inanem relinquere: urbs praesidio: agris nummis, H.: Messana ab his rebus: loca nuda gignentium, S.: Arboris Othrys, O.— Without property, poor, needy, destitute, forlorn: senecta, O.: quis tam nudus, ut, etc., Iu.: plane nudus ac desertus: nil cupientium Nudus castra peto, H.—Bare, mere, pure, simple, sole, alone, only: nuda ista si ponas: operum nudum certamen, simply a rivalry in achievements, O.—Simple, unadorned: Commentarii (Caesaris): dicendi facultas: nudis incompta capillis, O.: veritas, H.

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