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necessārius adj.

necesse, unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable, pressing, needful, requisite, necessary, compulsory : conclusio: leges: causa ad proficiscendum, Cs.: locus huic disputationi necessarius de amicitiā, essential : castra ponere necessarium visum est, L.: necessariā re coactus, by necessity , Cs.: tam necessario tempore, time of need , Cs.: longius necessario procedere, too far , Cs.: ut dilucide narremus necessarium est.— Plur n . as subst: ad necessaria ferenda, the necessaries of life , Cu.Connected by natural ties, belonging, related, connected, bound : homo (a father-in-law), N.—As subst m . and f a relation, relative, kinsman, connection, friend, client, patron : sui, S.: meus familiaris ac necessarius: virgo huius propinqua et necessaria.

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