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dēfīnītīvus , a, um, adj. definio.
I. Definitive, explanatory. So in the rhet. lang. of Cicero: constitutio, Inv. 2, 17; cf. ib. 1, 13: “causa,id. Top. 24 fin. And in the later jurid. Lat.: “sententia,a decisive, definitive sentence, Cod. Just. 7, 45, 3; 7, 64, 10 al.
II. In late Lat. = definitus, definite, distinct, plain: “materia,Tert. adv. Herm. 38.—Adv.: dēfīnītīvē , definitively, plainly, distinctly: “pronuntiare,Tert. Car. Christ. 18: “loqui,Cael. Aur. Acut. 1 praef.
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