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minimē or minumē adv. sup. (for pos. and comp. see parum, minus)

minimus, least of all, in the smallest degree, least, very little : quom minime vellem minimeque opus fuit, T.: quod minime miserum putabis: saepe, very rarely , Cs.: quam minime dedecore, with the least disgrace possible : ad te minime omnium pertinebat.— By no means, not at all, not in the least, certainly not : resistens ad calamitates perferendas, Cs.: M . An tu haec non credis? A . Minime vero: Continuo sanus? minime, H.: minime multi (i. e. quam paucissimi), T.: minume irasci decet, S.: Quod minime reris, V.: Minume gentium, by no means in the world .

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