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fēlīx īcis (abl. īcī, once īce, C.), adj. with comp. and sup.

FEV-, fruitful, productive : arbor, L.: rami Feliciores, H.: Massica Baccho, in vines , V.: felicior regio, O.: limus, fertilizing , V.Bringing good-luck, of good omen, auspicious, favorable, propitious, fortunate, prosperous, felicitous : dies, T.: quod tibi mihique sit felix, redeo, L.: omen, O.: Sis bonus o felixque tuis! V.: sententia, O.: (dies) ponere vitem, V.Lucky, happy, fortunate, prosperous, successful : hominem, T.: Polycratem felicem appellabant: ab omni laude felicior: felicissimus omnium, S.: exercitus magis strenuus quam felix, S.: morte, V.: tempora, Iu.: arma, victory , V.: mālum, wholesome , V.: vobis corrumpendis, successful , L.—Poet.: o te cerebri Felicem! H.: dies operum, V.: felicior Unguere tela, successful in , V.

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