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ibī or ibi adv.

2 I-, in space, in that place, there: ibi tum filius aderat, T.: fugit Tarquinios et ibi suas fortunas constituit: quā in parte adfuit, ibi pugnatum, S.—Of time, on the spot, then, thereupon: Ter conatus ibi collo dare bracchia circum, V.: ibi infit, etc., L.: ibi cum alii mores eorum eluderent, L.: cum Aebutius minaretur, ibi tum postulasse, etc.—Of other relations, there, in that matter, on that occasion, in that condition: credas animum ibi esse, that his heart is in it, T.: si quid est, quod ad testīs reservet, ibi nos quoque paratiores reperiet: bella, caedes . . . ibique iuventutem suam exercuit, in these things, S.: subsensi Illos ibi esse, on hand, T.: ibi fore imperium, i. e. in that state, L.: Duxi uxorem; quam ibi miseriam vidi! with her, T.: Nil ibi maiorum respectus, Iu.

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