inhabitabilis


inhabitabilis
ĭnhăbĭtābĭlis, e [st2]1 [-] (in, priv.), inhabitable. --- Cic. Nat., 1 24 ; Plin. 6, 53. [st2]2 [-] (de inhabito), habitable. --- Arn. 1, 3.
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ĭnhăbĭtābĭlis, e [st2]1 [-] (in, priv.), inhabitable. --- Cic. Nat., 1 24 ; Plin. 6, 53. [st2]2 [-] (de inhabito), habitable. --- Arn. 1, 3.
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    Inhabitabilis et hoc inhabitabile, pen. corr. Cic. Lieu qui n'est point habité, et où lon ne peult demeurer, Inhabitable.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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