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cōgitātiō ōnis, f

cogito, a thinking, considering, deliberating, thought, reflection, meditation, imagination: cogitatio in se ipsā vertitur: commentatio et cogitatio: acerrima et attentissima: simplices, magnas, Ta.: timoris praeteriti: occurrit cogitatio, qualis animus sit.—The faculty of thought, reasoning power: (homo) particeps cogitationis: esse ingenio et cogitatione nullā, of no intellectual force.—A thought, opinion, judgment, resolution, design, plan, project: omnes meas cogitationes in rem p. conferebam: mandare litteris cogitationes suas: multae et graves: sapientiores: saeva, Ta.: reliqua belli, i. e. plans for continuing the war, Cs.: minor intervenit maiori, L.

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