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quiēs ētis, f

2 CI-, a lying still, rest, repose, inaction, freedom from exertion : locus quietis plenissimus: mors laborum ac miseriarum quies est, a state of rest : quietem capere, take repose , Cs.: quietem pati, S.: haud longi temporis quies militi data est, L.: ab armis, L.: uti somno et quietibus ceteris, recreations .—In political life, neutrality : Attici quies tantopere Caesari fuit grata, ut, N.: quiete defensus, Ta.Quiet, peace : quae diuturna quies pepererat, S.: montana, O.: ingrata genti, Ta.: Si non tanta quies iret frigusque coloremque Inter, i. e. the repose of spring , V.The rest of sleep, repose, sleep : capere quietem, fall asleep , O.: alta, V.: ad quietem ire, go to sleep : secundum quietem, in sleep : neque vigiliis neque quietibus sedari, S.: ducem terruit dira quies, a dream , T.The sleep of death, death : Olli dura quies oculos urguet, V.—Person., the goddess of rest , L.

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