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obvius adj.

ob+via, in the way, so as to meet, meeting, to meet: si ille obvius ei futurus non erat, had no expectation of meeting him: se mihi obvium dedit, met, L.: venit obvius illi, H.: cuicumque est obvia, whomsoever she meets, Iu.: ad Martis fuit obvius aram, Iu.: se gravissimis tempestatibus obvium ferre: obvias mihi litteras mittas, send to meet: montes, qui obvii erant itineri, lay in the way, N.: undis, up stream, O.: Obviaque hospitiis teneat arbos, opposite, V.—As subst n.: in obvio classi hostium esse, be in the way, L.Against, to meet, to encounter: quo in loco inter se obvii fuissent, had fought, S.: si ingredienti cum armatā multitudine obvius fueris: infestā subit obvius hastā, V.Open, exposed, liable, subject: rupes Obvia ventorum furiis, V.: (urbs) minus obvia Grais, V.: comitas, i. e. ready, Ta.: rerum similitudo, obtrusive, Ta.

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