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dūdum adv.

diu + dum, a short time ago, little while ago, not long since, but now : quae tu dudum narrasti, T.: quod tibi dudum videbatur: Beroën reliqui, V.Before, formerly, of old, once : ut dudum ad Demosthenem, sic nunc ad Crassum pervēnimus: Incertior sum quam dudum, T.: haud talia dudum Dicta dabas, V.: quam dudum? how long ago? T.: iam dudum, this long time ; see iam.

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