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părumper , adv., with ref. to time,
I.for a little while, for a short time, a while, a moment: parumper significat paulisper, quasi perparvum, i. e. valde parvum; “refertur autem ad tempus,Fest. p. 221 Müll. (class.).
II. Transf., in a short time, quickly (poet.): hinc campos celeri passu permensa parumper Coicit in silvam sese, Enn. ap. Non. 378, 20 (Ann. v. 74 Vahl.): cito et velociter, Non. (Ann. v. 74 Vahl.); Enn. ap. Non. l. l.; “378, 17: divi, hoc audite parumper,id. ib. 150, 7 (Ann. v. 214 Vahl.); id. ap. Fest. s. v. solum, p. 301 Müll.
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