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vītālis e, adj.

vita, of life, vital: caloris natura vim habet in se vitalem, vital power: calor, Cu.: Vitales vias clausit, i. e. the wind-pipe, O.: vitavitalis,’ ut ait Ennius, i. e. true life: lumen vitale relinquam, i. e. die, O.: ut sis Vitalis metuo, long-lived, H.: Mancipium frugi quod sit satis, hoc est Ut vitale putes, i. e. not too good to live, H.: abstinere eo quod vitale sit, life-sustaining, L.

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