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dīves itis, with comp. and sup. (no neut. plur., nom. or acc.), adj.

DIV-, rich, wealthy, opulent : homo divitissimus: solos sapientīs esse divites: ex mendicis fieri divites: Crassus, cum cognomine dives tum copiis: agris, H.: antiquo censu, H.: triumphis, V.: pecoris, V.: opum, V.: artium, H. —As subst m. : adimunt diviti, T.—Of things, rich, sumptuous, costly, splendid, precious : divitior mihi videtur esse amicitia: Capua, V.: mensae, H.: lingua, H.: templum donis, L.: Africa triumphis, V.: cultus, O.Abundant, plentiful, fruitful : vena (poëtae), H.: copia flendi, O.: stipendia, L.

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