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paucus adj. with comp. and sup.

PAV-, few, little : in diebus paucis Chrysis moritur, T.: his paucis diebus, a few days ago : causae: paucorum hominum (i. e. paucis hominibus familiariter utens), H.: ne pauciores cum pluribus manum consererent, S.: tibia simplex foramine pauco, H.Plur m . as subst, few, a few : ut poena ad paucos perveniret: calumnia paucorum, S.The few, select few : paucorum potentia, S.: paucorum iudicium. —Esp., in phrases with in or inter, especially, eminently, extraordinarily : pugna inter paucas me morata, L.: Hector, in paucis Alexandro carus, Cu.Plur n . as subst, a few things, little, a few words : pauca monere, briefly , S.: paucis te volo, T.: pauca refert, V.: pauca respondere, H.: cetera quam paucissimis absolvam, S.

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