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exiguus adj. with sup.

2 AG-, strict, exact, scanty, small, little, petty, short, poor, mean, inadequate, inconsiderable, paltry : cor: me Corporis exigui, etc., H.: mus, V.: oratorem in exiguum gyrum compellitis: finis, H.: castra, Cs.: toga, H.: elegi, H.: copiae amicorum: cibus, Iu.: facultates, Cs.: census, H.: pulvis, a little , H.: pars aestatis, Cs.: laus: nec ulli Exiguus populo est (locus), too small for , O.: pars exiguissima, O.— As subst n., a little, trifle : exiguum campi ante castra erat, L.: exiguo adsueta iuventus, V.: temporis, O.: deterere exiguis aliquid, i. e. the remnant , Iu.

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