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caelestis (not coel-), e (abl sing. -tī; rarely -te, O.; gen plur. poet. -tūm, V., O.), adj.

caelum, of heaven, from heaven, of the heavens, heavenly, celestial: aqua, rain, H.: plagae, O.: aërii mellis dona, V.: prodigia, L.Plur n. as subst, the heavenly bodies.—Fig., divine: numen, O.: irae, L.: origo, V.: sapientia, H.: auxilium, of the gods, O.Plur m. as subst, the gods: in concilio caelestium: nuntia caelestes ita velle, L.: invisus caelestibus, V.: bis sex, the twelve great gods, O.: magnitudo caelestium, the divine majesty, Ta.Plur n. as subst, heavenly objects, divine things: haec caelestia semper spectato: tentare, experience, i. e. be deified, H.Celestial, divine, god-like, magnificent, pre-eminent: legiones: quem prope caelestem fecerint, L.: quos Elea domum reducit Palma caelestīs, glorified, H.

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