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vīta ae, f

VIV-, life: tribus rebus animantium vita tenetur, cibo, etc.: in liberos vitae necisque habent potestatem, Cs.: exiguum vitae curriculum: vitam in egestate degere: pro patriā vitam profundere: vitā discedere: de vitā decedere: vitam suam in periculum proicere: paene inlusi vitam filiae, have nearly fooled away, T.: malae taedia vitae, O.: nil sine magno Vita labore dedit mortalibus, H.A life, way of life, way of living, manners: rustica: inquirendo in utriusque vitam, L.: vitae communis ignarus, i. e. good manners: illud e vitā ductum ab Afranio, from real life: Inspicere, tamquam in speculum, in vitas omnium, T.: (Minos) vitas et crimina discit, V.— As an expression of affection, life, dearest: Nostra omnium vita, T.: obsecro te, mea vita, etc.—A life, course of life, career, biography: in hoc exponemus libro de vitā excellentium imperatorum, N.An existence, being, spirit: tenues sine corpore vitae, V.: Vita fugit sub umbras, V.They who live, people, the world: neque hac de re communis vita dubitavit: vita desuevit pellere glande famem, Tb.

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