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vānitās ātis, f

vanus, emptiness, aimlessness, absence of purpose: nulla in caelo nec fortuna . . . nec vanitas inest: Romanis Gallici tumultūs ad sueti, etiam vanitates notae sunt, L.Falsity, falsehood, deception, deceit, untruth, untrustworthiness, fickleness: ut vanitati veritas cedat: nec vero est quicquam turpius vanitate: orationis, i. e. deceitful speeches: populi, fickleness, L.—Fig., vanity, vainglory: non pudet Vanitatis? T.: tanta in te: prosperitate rerum in vanitatem usus, etc., Ta.

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