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pauper peris, adj. with comp. and sup.

PAV-, poor, not wealthy, of small means : homo: quae in patriā honeste pauper vivit, T.: ex pauperrimo dives factus: horum Semper ego optarim pauperrimus esse bonorum, H.: aquae, H.—As subst m., a poor man : Pauperis est numerare pecus, O.: quod Aeque pauperibus prodest, locupletibus aeque, H.: pauperiorum turbae, H.—Of things, poor, scanty, inconsiderable, small, meagre : pauperis tuguri culmen, V.: ager, Tb.: et carmen venā pauperiore fluit, O.: pudor, Ph.

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