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assidue

Pindar, Pythian 8.95f.

Latin > English (Lewis & Short)

assĭdŭē: (ads-), adv., v. 2. assiduus.

Latin > German (Georges)

assiduē (adsiduē), Adv. m. Superl. (assiduus), beständig, fortwährend, wiederholt, unablässig, ohne Unterlaß, voces, quas audio ass., Cic.: quibus (litteris) assidue utor, Cic.: gallos gallinaceos sic ass. canere coepisse, ut nihil intermitterent, Cic. – assiduissime mecum fuit Dionysius Magnes, Cic. Brut. 316: salientes assiduissime interdiu et noctu, SC. b. Frontin. aqu. 104.

Latin > English

assidue assiduius, assiduissime ADV :: continually, constantly, regularly