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īgnāvus adj. with comp. and sup.

2 in+gnavus, inactive, lazy, slothful, idle, sluggish, listless, without spirit, cowardly, dastardly: adeon me ignavom putas, Ut, etc., T.: homo ignavior: miles: ex ignavo strenuum exercitum fieri, S.: ignavissimus ad opera hostis, L.: legiones operum, Ta.: canis adversum lupos, H.: senectus: animo, Ta. —As subst m.: in bello poena ignavis ab imperatoribus constituitur: in victoriā vel ignavis gloriari licet, S.—Poet.: nemora, i. e. unfruitful, V.: otia, O.: lux, an idle day, Iu.That renders slothful, making inactive: ratio, relaxing: genus hoc interrogationis: frigus, O.: aestus, O.

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