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haud or haut (hau, V.), adv.,

not, not at all, by no means : haud sane intellego, quid, etc.: res haud sane difficiles: haud ita iussi, T.: haud sic decet, T.: aliter, V.: diu, T.: minus, L.: sed haud facile dixerim, cur, etc.: difficulter, S.: cito, T.: Haud temere est visum, V.: haut dubie victor, S.: saepe, S.: secus, L.: homo haud inpurus, T.: mediocris: mirabile, T.: hic se ipsus fallit, haud ego, T.: haud pol me quidem, T.: haud muto factum, T.: ne ille haud scit, quam, etc., T.: tum ille haud dubitavit, etc.: haud mora, nautae torquent, without delay, V.

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