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  • immĕrĭto: adv., v. immeritus. immĕrĭtō¹¹ (immeritus), injustement : Cic. de Or. 2, 322 ; Suet. Cæs. 55 ; Quint. 10, 1, 116, etc. || -issimo Ter. Phorm
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  • iniuriā ignoscere quam persequi malle. – mit Unrecht, iniuriā (ohne Grund); immerito (unverdienterweise); falso (fälschlich). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • omnes indignitates = jede Art unwürdiger Behandlung). – Adv. indigne. – immerito (unverdienterweise). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • —Hence, adv.: immĕrĭto (inm-), undeservedly, unjustly, without cause (esp. freq. with a negative): jam dudum te omnes nos accusare audio Immerito, et me omnium
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  • begründet, z.B. invidia, suspicio, laus). – Adv. (= unverdienterweise) immerito. – ganz unv., immeritissimo: unv. angeklagt, immerens. * Look up in: Navigium
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  • aus gutem Grunde, merito sum iratus Metello, Cic.: merito abdicasti an immerito? Sen. rhet.: merito ac iure laudari, Cic.: te ipse iure optimo, merito
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  • Verdienst). – wider die G., contra od. praeter officium (gegen die Pflicht); immerito (wi der Verdienst); contra ius fasque (gegen Recht u. Pflicht): über G
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  • war sein V., daß nicht etc., stetit per eum, quo minus m. Konj.: ohne V., immerito (unverdienterweise): ohne mein V., nullā meā culpā (ohne meine Schuld)
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  • – Adv. nullā meā (tuā, eius) culpā (ohne meine, deine, seine Schuld). – immerito, ganz, immeritissimo (unverdienterweise). * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin
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  • prodigii simile numeretur, Cic.: qui tum principes numerabantur, Cic.: ut haud immerito omnes deinceps conditores (als Gr.) partium certe urbis numerentur, Liv
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  • 5, 445. Sen. Med. 13. Pacat. pan. 42, 3: Dirarum insectatio, quae non immerito ultrices vocantur, Aur. Vict. epit. 21, 3. dirus dira, dirum ADJ ::
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  • immĕrĭtum¹⁵ [inus.] n., chose non méritée : immerito tuo Pl. Men. 371, sans que tu l’aies mérité.
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  • animi parem esse voluissent, orbis te non caperet, Curt. 7, 8, 12: ut non immerito proditum sit... Graeciam omnem vix capere exercitum ejus (Xerxis) potuisse
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  • sententia Balbum Cornelium, Cael. in Cic. ep.: sequetur pars, quae solet non immerito contristare et in sollicitudinem adducere, Sen. – Passiv contristari medial
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  • folg. Infin., caput periculo ponere, Plaut.: nudo corpore pugnare, Caes.: immerito quam iure violari, Curt.: perire, Tac.: perire praeoptare quam non perdere
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