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laetitia ae, f

laetus, joy, exultation, rejoicing , gladness, pleasure, delight : magna laetitia nobis est, quod, etc., S.: laetitiā frui: diem in laetitiā degere, spend joyfully , T.: laetitiae dator, i. e. Bacchus , V.: comitia me laetitiā extulerunt, have transported : laetitiam capere oculis, enjoy : altera circensis turbae, outbreak of joy , L.: Ut hanc laetitiam nec opinanti primus obicerem domi, this cause of joy , T.: omnibus laetitiis laetus, Poët. ap. C.: torpor expellit ex omni pectore laetitias, Ct. —Person.: vana, O.

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