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valētūdō (valīt-) inis, f

valeo, habit, state of body, state of health, health: optimā valetudine uti, Cs.: bona: infirma: Dura, H.: valetudini tuae servire.—A good condition, soundness of body, good health, healthfulness: valetudo (opportuna est), ut dolore careas et muneribus fungare corporis: cui fama, valetudo contingat abunde, H.A bad condition, ill-health, sickness, feebleness, infirmity, indisposition: gravitas valetudinis: adfectus valetudine, Cs.: quod me propter valetudinem tuam . . . non vidisses: oculorum: si non desint subsidia valetudinum.—Fig., health, soundness, sanity: mala animi.—Of style, soundness, vigor.

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