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superstes itis, adj.

super+STA-, standing by, present, witnessing : suis utrisque superstitibus praesentibus.—Poet.: spoliisque animosa superstes, Unda, velut victrix, etc., standing up as in triumph , O.Remaining alive, outliving, surviving : puer, ut sit superstes, that he may live , T.: superstes hereditatem regni accipiam (sc. patri), L.: Fama, posthumous , H.: Dimidiā parte superstes ero, O.: Ita mihi atque huic sis superstes, T.: ut sibi sui liberi superstites essent: filio pater, L.: ubi privatus superstes regno suo consenescat, L.: priscis illa superstes avis, O.: te dignitatis meae superstitem reliquisse: alterius vestrum superstes, L.: etiam nostri superstites sumus, i. e. our better selves , Ta.

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