aspernandus


aspernandus
aspernandus, a, um méprisable. --- Gell. 9, 16, 2.    - plur. n. haud aspernanda precari, Virg. En. 11, 106 : adresser des prières bien acceptables, légitimes.
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aspernandus, a, um méprisable. --- Gell. 9, 16, 2.    - plur. n. haud aspernanda precari, Virg. En. 11, 106 : adresser des prières bien acceptables, légitimes.
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    Aspernandus, Aliud participium. vt, Minime aspernandus. Cic. Qui n'est point à refuser, ou de refus.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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