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vetustās ātis, f

vetus, old age, age, long existence: possessionis: aevi longinqua, V.: tarda (i. e. senectus), O.: familiarum vetustates.—Ancient times, antiquity: historia nuntia vetustatis: contra omnia vetustatis exempla, Cs.: in tantā vetustate auctorum, L.Long duration, great age: quae mihi videntur habitura etiam vetustatem, i. e. will last long: Scripta vetustatem si modo nostra ferent, O.: coniuncti vetustate, i. e. intimacy of long standing.—The far future, posterity: de me nulla umquam obmutescet vetustas: Si qua fidem tanto est operi latura vetustas, V.

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