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humilis e, adj. with comp. and sup.

humus, low, lowly, small, slight : casae, V.: salictum, Iu.: ea quae sunt humiliora: humilior munitio, Cs.: (naves) humiliores quam, etc., Cs.: domus, H.: Forentum, in the plain , H.: (avis) humilis volat, flies low , V.: fossa, shallow , V.—Fig., low, base, mean, humble, obscure, poor, needy, insignificant : homines: humillimus homo de plebe, L.: humiliores possessionibus expellere, Cs.: satis superque, L.: Cleonae, O.: ex humili loco ad dignitatem perducere, Cs.: res: ars: vestitus, N.: agna, poor , H.: domus, Iu.—As subst n. : ex humili potens, obscurity , H.: Quales ex humili Extollit fortuna, Iu.—Of language, low, common, colloquial : sermo: verbum: humili modo loqui, H.—Of character, low, lowly, mean, base, abject : apparitor: Non humilis mulier, H.: obsecratio: pavor, V.

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