deliberatus


deliberatus
deliberātus, a, um part. passé de delibero. [st2]1 [-] délibéré, examiné. [st2]2 [-] décidé, résolu.    - voir delibero.
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deliberātus, a, um part. passé de delibero. [st2]1 [-] délibéré, examiné. [st2]2 [-] décidé, résolu.    - voir delibero.
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    Deliberatus, penul. prod. Participium: vt Mors deliberata. Horat. Deliberee.
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    Deliberatus, Nomen ex participio. Cic. Neque illi quicquam deliberatius fuit, quam me, etc. Il n'avoit rien à quoy il eust plus pensé et advise, que de, etc.

Dictionarium latinogallicum. 1552.

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