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  • P. διαφερόντως, V. ἐξόχως. ⇢ Look up "uncommonly" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full
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  • * Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands mire ADV :: uncommonly, marvelously; in an amazing manner; to a remarkable extent
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  • ēgrĕgĭe, excellently, eminently; surpassingly, exceedingly, singularly; uncommonly well (cf.: eximie, unice, praesertim ; praecipue, maxime, potissimum,
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  • Luc. 3, 697.—Hence adv.: exĭmĭe (acc. to II.), exceedingly, very much, uncommonly, excellently (syn.: egregie, unice): C. Marius L. Plocium eximie dilexit
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  • probantur, in an illegal manner, Dig. 48, 1, 8.—    b Extraordinarily, i. e. uncommonly, eminently, especially: ad eam spem, quam extra ordinem de te ipso habemus
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  • Marc. Emp. 31 med.: de quodam procerae staturae improbiusque nato, i. e. uncommonly well furnished, Suet. Vesp. 23: Chilones improbius labrati, Charis. p
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  • Lact. 3, 24, 1.—Hence, adv.: mīrē, wonderfully, marvellously, strangely, uncommonly, exceedingly (class.): puero municipia mire favent, Cic. Att. 16, 11,
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  • sane pol, Ter. And. 1, 4, 2.—Sane quam, how very, i. e. very much indeed, uncommonly, exceedingly (cf.: admodum quam and valde quam): conclusa est a te tam
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  • Longĭmănus: i, m. longus-manus, long-hand, i. e. that has an uncommonly long forearm, I a surname of Artaxerxes, king of Persia; a transl. of the Gr. Μακρόχειρ
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  • Look up in: Navigium | Albertmartin | Latijnnederlands rarenter ADV :: uncommonly; seldom, rare; (poetic)
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