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transĭtōrĭus , a, um, adj. transitus,
I.adapted for passing through, having a passage-way (post-Aug.).
I. Lit.: “domus,Suet. Ner. 31: “forum,Lampr. Alex. Sev. 28; Eutr. 7, 23.—
II. Transf., passing, transitory (eccl. Lat.): “momentum, Boëth. Cons. Phil. 5, 6: vita,Cassiod. Amic. p. 602: “dilectio atque delectatio,Aug. Doctr. Chr. 1, 35, 39.—Adv.: transĭtōrĭē , in passing, by the way, cursorily: “dicere,Hier. adv. Helv. 13: “loqui,id. Ep. 51, 2: “considerare,Aug. Serm. 102.
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