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īn-fēlīx īcis, adj.

with comp. and sup, unfruitful, not fertile, barren: lolium, V.: tellus frugibus, V.: foliis oleaster, V.: arbori infelici suspendere, hang on the accursed tree, hang, crucify, L.— Unfortunate, ill-fated, unhappy, miserable: adulescentulus, T.: ego, S.: crux infelici comparabatur: homo infelicissimus: animi Phoenissa, V.: faber operis summā, H.: Infelix, qui non Audierit, etc., V.: infelicior domi quam militiae, L.—Causing misfortune, unlucky, calamitous: Erinys, O.: vates, prophetess of ill, V.: erga plebem studium, L.: paupertas, Iu.: alqs rei p.

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