ardenter


ardenter
ardentĕr, adv. [st2]1 [-] d'une manière brûlante. [st2]2 [-] ardemment, vivement, avec passion.    - ardentius, Cic. Fin. 4, 4; de Or. 2, 35.    - ardentissime, Plin. Ep. 1, 14, 10.    - machinas omnes ardenter exercere, Apul. M. 16 : avoir recours avec passion à toute sorte de machinations.    - aliquid ardenter cupere, Cic. : désirer ardemment qqch.
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ardentĕr, adv. [st2]1 [-] d'une manière brûlante. [st2]2 [-] ardemment, vivement, avec passion.    - ardentius, Cic. Fin. 4, 4; de Or. 2, 35.    - ardentissime, Plin. Ep. 1, 14, 10.    - machinas omnes ardenter exercere, Apul. M. 16 : avoir recours avec passion à toute sorte de machinations.    - aliquid ardenter cupere, Cic. : désirer ardemment qqch.
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    Ardenter, ardentius, ardentissime, Aduerbium. Ardamment.
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    Ardenter cupere. Cic. Vehementement.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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