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ōtiōsus adj. with sup.

otium, at leisure, unoccupied, disengaged, unemployed, idle: maneo hic, T.: domi.—Without official employment, free from public affairs: vita: quem locum nos otiosi convertimus, in an interval of leisure: numquam se minus otiosum esse, quam cum otiosus, never busier than when free from official business: ad urbem te otiosissimum esse.—As subst, a private person, one not in official life: vita otiosorum.— Quiet, unconcerned, indifferent, neutral: spatium ab hoste, undisturbed, Cs.: non modo armatis, sed etiam otiosis minari.—Plur. as subst, non-combatants, civilians: crudeliter enim otiosisismi minabantur: militare nomen grave inter otiosos, Ta.Without excitement, quiet, passionless, calm, tranquil: Animo otioso esse, T.: te venire Otiosum ab animo, at ease, T.: quibus odio est otium.— Of things, at leisure, free, idle, unemployed: otium: Neapolis, H.

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