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sapientia ae, f

sapiens, good taste, good sense, discernment, discretion, prudence, intelligence, forethought : sedulo Moneo, quae possum, pro meā sapientiā, T.: re enim iniquum est, sed tuā sapientiā fit aequissimum: maiorum: sapientia prima (est), Stultitiā caruisse, H.: Insaniens, H.: virtutes ebullire et sapientias, maxims of wisdom. —Wisdom, philosophy, perfection of intellect and character : sapientia est rerum divinarum et humanarum scientia: sapientia, quae ars vivendi putanda est: pro vestrā sapientiā: ceterarum rerum tua, in other things.—A science : ista Scaevolarum, i. e. the science of jurisprudence : audaciā pro sapientiā uti: constituendae civitatis, i. e. statesmanship .

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