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fidēlis e, adj. with comp. and sup.

1 fides, trusty, trustworthy, faithful, sincere, true : medicus, H.: catulis cerva fidelibus, H.: sociis multo fidelioribus utimur: fidelissima coniunx: mulieri vir, T.: quem sibi fidelem arbitrabatur, Cs.: animus in dominum: in amicos, S.—As subst m., a trusty person, confidant : si quem tuorum fidelium voles.— Trustworthy, sure, safe, true, strong, firm, durable : ager: navis: lorica, V.: consilium: operā Commi fideli, Cs.: silentium, H.

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