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religiōsus adj. with comp. and sup.

religio, conscientious, scrupulous, strict, precise, accurate : se praebere in testimonio religiosum: in testimoniis dicendis: Atticorum aures.— Religiously considerate, careful, anxious, scrupulous, superstitious : ut stultae et miserae omnes Religiosae, T.: fructum quia religiosum erat consumere, was a matter of religious scruple , L.: religiosum est, quod iurati legibus iudicarunt.— Full of religious feeling, reverent, pious, devout, religious : naturā: religiosissimi mortales, S.Consecrated, holy, sacred : locus: mortuis religiosa iura tribuere: signum: Ceres religiosissima: religiosissimum simulacrum Iovis: mores.— Associated with religion, subject to religious claims, under religious liability, ill-omened : dies, of evil omen : dies ad iter, L.: domus.

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