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cultus ūs, m

COL-, labor, care, cultivation, culture: agricolarum: agrorum, L.: fructum edere sine cultu hominum: corporis: frequens, constant, V.: praediscere patrios cultūs, traditional methods of husbandry, V.—Fig., training, education, culture: malo cultu corruptus: animi, mental discipline: pueritiae, means of education, S.: honestarum artium, Ta.: Recti cultūs, H.: Quīs neque mos neque cultus erat, civilization, V.Style, care, way of life, cultivation, civilization, refinement, luxury: a cultu provinciae abesse, Cs.: humanus civilisque: (sequar) cultūs artīsque locorum, O.: lubido ganeae ceterique cultūs, dissipation, S.: in neutram partem cultūs miser, i. e. neither by gluttony nor by stinginess, H.An honoring, reverence, adoration, veneration: deorum: cultu venerantur numina, O.: sui, Ta.: meus, for me, Ta.Attire, dress, garb: miserabilis, S.: forma viri miseranda cultu, V.: virilis, H.: Dianae, O.: nulla cultūs iactatio, display in armor, Ta.: cultūs dotales, bridal array, Ta.

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