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salūs ūtis, f

salvus, soundness, health, good health, vigor : Quod cum salute eius fiat, and may it do him good , T.: quae oportet Signa esse ad salutem, T.: medicis non ad salutem, sed ad necem uti.—Fig., health, welfare, prosperity, safety, soundness, preservation, deliverance : cuius in vitā nitebatur salus civitatis: fortunarum suarum salus in istius damnatione consistit: qui salutem dedit, has furnished safety : meis civibus saluti fuisse: diffisus suae omniumque saluti, Cs.: una est salus, L.: Una salus victis nullam sperare salutem, V.A well-wishing, greeting, salute, salutation : plurimā salute Parmenonem impertit Gnatho, T.: Terentia impertit tibi multam salutem: tu Atticae salutem dices: Dionysio plurimam salutem, my best regards : non reddere salutem, not to return a greeting , L.: mihi dulcis salus visa est per te missa ab illā, greeting : multam salutem foro dicam, a hearty farewell : salute datā redditāque, L.: salutem verbis tuis mihi nuntiarat, a greeting in your name : salutem tibi plurimam ascribit et Tulliola, joins in .—In beginning a letter, abbreviations are common: Cicero Attico sal. (i. e. salutem dicit): Cicero s. d. Salustio (i. e. salutem dicit): Tullius Terentiae s. p. d. (i. e. salutem plurimam dicit).—Person., the goddess of safety, a divinity : aedes Salutis, L.: Salutis augurium; cf. ipsa si cupiat Salus, Health herself , T.

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