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  • 1 amplus

        amplus adj. with comp. and sup.    [am- (for ambi-) + PLE-], of large extent, great, ample, spacious, roomy: domus, V.: civitas, Cs., C.: porticūs, V.: ter amplum Geryonem... compescit, H.: amplum et excelsum signum, broad and tall: collis castris parum amplus, not broad enough, S.: amplissima curia.—Meton., abundant, numerous, great, full, copious, large: res familiaris: divitiae, H.: dimissis amplioribus copiis, the greater part of the troops, Cs.: ampliores copias expectare, larger reinforcements, Cs.: ut is amplior numerus esset: commeatus spe amplior, S.: amplissima pecunia.—Fig., ample, great, strong, violent: morbus amplior factus, T.: metus: spes, S.: pro amplissimis meritis (honos).—Of external appearance, etc., magnificent, splendid, glorious: praemia: funus, N.: res gestae, S.: honores, H.: occasio calumniae: orator, eminent: munus aedilitatis amplius: ut ampliore quam gerebat dignus haberetur (sc, potestate), S.: funere ampliore efferri, L.: monumentum quam amplissimum facere: mihi gratiae verbis amplissimis aguntur, in the handsomest terms.—In opinion or judgment, illustrious, noble, renowned, distinguished, glorious: familia: Etruscae gentis regem amplum Tuscis ratus, a proud thing for, L.: sibi amplum esse urbem ab se captam frequentari, L.: parvi et ampli, small and great, H.: amplissimo genere natus, Cs.: honos et nomen: ut quisque est genere copiisque amplissimus, Cs.—Esp.: amplissimus, most honorable (of a high office or an illustrious man): amplissimum collegium decemvirale: res gestae: vir.—Of an orator, copious; see also amplius.
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    ampla -um, amplior -or -us, amplissimus -a -um ADJ
    great, large, spacious, wide, ample; distinguished, important, honorable

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  • 2 clārus

        clārus adj. with comp. and sup.    [1 CAL-], clear, bright, shining, brilliant: lux, open day: clarissimā luce laetari: mundi lumina, V.: lucerna, H.: nox, Ta.: pater clarus intonat, in the clear sky, V.: clarissimae gemmae: vitrum, O.: purpurarum sidere clarior usus, H.: argento delphines, V.: gemmis corona, O.: aquilo, clearing, V.—Clear, loud, distinct: clarissima vox: clarior vox, Cs.: plangor, O.—Fig., clear, manifest, plain, evident, intelligible: haec certa et clara adferre, T.: omnia non properanti clara certaque erunt, L.: luce clariora consilia: id quod est luce clarius: somno clarius, O. —Brilliant, celebrated, renowned, illustrious, honorable, famous, glorious: viri: oppidum: gloriā clariores: vir clarissimus: pax clarior quam bellum, L.: ad memoriam imperium, L.: facundia, S.: clarissima civitas, N.: agendis causis, H.: bello, Ta.: ex doctrinā: ob id factum, H.: Troianoque a sanguine Acestes, V.—Notorious, noted, marked: minus clarum putavit fore quod, etc.: populus luxuriā, L.
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    clara -um, clarior -or -us, clarissimus -a -um ADJ
    clear, bright, gleaming; loud, distinct; evident, plain; illustrious, famous

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  • 3 decōrus

        decōrus adj.    [decor], becoming, fitting, seemly, proper, suitable, decorous: color deo: virginitati, L.: ad ornatum: decorus est senis sermo: silentium, H.: Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori, H.: decorum erat ipsis capessere pugnam, L.— Ornamented, adorned, fine, beautiful, handsome: aedes, H.: galeae ensesque, V.: arma, S.: palaestra, noble, skilful, H.: ductores ostro, V.: Medi pharetrā, H.: dea formā, O.
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    decora -um, decorior -or -us, decorissimus -a -um ADJ
    beautiful/good looking/handsome/comely; adorned; graceful/elegant (non-visual); honorable, noble; glorious, decorated; decorous, proper, decent, fitting

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  • 4 decus

        decus oris, n    [DEC-], grace, glory, honor, dignity, splendor, beauty: eius decus sustinere: verum decus in virtute positum est: regium, S.: muliebre, chastity, L.: casti pudoris, O.: sine decore perfugere, in dishonor, S.: decus enitet ore, V.: Inmemores decoris pectora tundunt, beauty, O.— An ornament, glory, boast, decoration, adornment, honor: decora fanorum: senator decus iudiciorum: senectutis: equitum Maecenas, H.: super positum capiti, L.: Pilumno quos ipsa decus dedit, V.: imperatori decori esse, S.: Vitis arboribus decori est, V.— Moral dignity, worth, virtue, honor: virtutis: publicum, of the state, Ta.: civitatis: Oblitus decoris sui, V.: Virtus, fama, decus Divitiis parent, H.— Plur, deeds of honor, honorable achievements, exploits: cum multa referret sua decora, L.: militiae decora, L.: nunc vestra decora recensete, Ta. — Glorious ancestors: longa decora praeferentes, Ta.
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    glory/splendor; honor/distinction; deeds; dignity/virtue; decorum; grace/beauty

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  • 5 fulgēns

        fulgēns ntis, adj.    [P. of fulgeo], shining, bright, dazzling, glistening: oculi, H.: arcus, H.: signis Castra, H.: Aere caput, with gleaming helmet, V. —Fig., illustrious, glorious: imperio Africae, H.: sacerdotio, Ta.
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    fulgentis (gen.), fulgentior -or -us, fulgentissimus -a -um ADJ
    flashing, gleaming/glittering, resplendent; brilliant (white); bright, splendid

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  • 6 glōriōsus

        glōriōsus adj. with comp. and sup.    [gloria], full of glory, glorious, famous, renowned: factum: gloriosissimum: quae gloriosa modo neque belli patrandi cognovit (sc. esse), brilliant, not effectual, S.: dies gloriosissimus, Ta.— To be proud of, to be gloried in: illud Romanis hominibus gloriosum est, ut, etc.: bene de re p. mereri gloriosum est: multo gloriosius duxit, si, etc., N.: dies.— Vainglorious, boasting, haughty, conceited, ostentatious: miles, braggart, T.: philosophia.
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    gloriosa -um, gloriosior -or -us, gloriosissimus -a -um ADJ
    glorious, full of glory; famous, renowned; boastful, conceited; ostentatious

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  • 7 inclitus

        inclitus    see inclutus.
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    inclita -um, inclitior -or -us, inclitissimus -a -um ADJ
    celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious

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  • 8 inclutus and inclitus

        inclutus and inclitus (not inclytus), adj.    [1 in+CLV-], celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious: Ulixes, H.: familiae maxime, L.: factis, O.: moenia Dardanidum bello, V.: magnitudine mons, L.: gloria Palamedis famā, V.

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  • 9 īnsīgne

        īnsīgne is, n    [insignis], a mark, indication, proof, sign, token, signal: quod erat insigne, eum facere, etc.: Minerva singulare est insigne eius gymnasi: clipei insigne decorum, i. e. conspicuous shield, V.: maeroris, mourning: morbi, H.—A badge, garb, decoration: regis, V.: quo (vestitu) insigni uti consuerat, Cs.: fortunae: nec vestis habitu nec alio ullo insigni differentes, etc., L.— Usu. plur, attire, uniform, costume, regalia: cum insignibus regiis: inperi, S.: imperatoris, Cs.: sacerdotes, suis insignibus velati, L.: tectis insignibus suorum, ornaments of the helmets, Cs.: vocis, costume of a singer, Iu.: paternum, coat of arms, V.— A standard: navem Bruti, quae ex insigni facile agnosci poterat, i. e. the flag (of the admiral's ship), Cs.— A signal: quod erat insigne, cum oporteret, etc., Cs.: nocturnum trium luminum, L. —Fig., an honor, distinction: insignia virtutis adsequi.—A gem, brilliant passage, fine saying: orationis: verborum et sententiarum; cf. dicam insigne, a glorious song, H.
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    mark, emblem, badge; ensign, honor, badge of honor

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  • 10 īnsīgnis

        īnsīgnis e, adj. with comp.    [1 in+signum], distinguished by a mark, remarkable, noted, eminent, distinguished, prominent, extraordinary: alae, V.: vestis, L.: insigniora monumenta, L.: virtus: vis: studium erga me: insignis totā cantabitur urbe, notorious, H.: calamitas, Cs.: honorum pagina, glorious, Iu.: insigne aliquid facere eis, i. e. make an example of, T.: maculus insignis et albo (i. e. maculis albis), V.: notis turpitudinis: praeclaro nomine, Iu.
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    insignis, insigne ADJ
    conspicuous, manifest, eminent, notable, famous, distinguished, outstanding

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  • 11 laudandus

        laudandus adj.    [P. of laudo], praiseworthy, glorious, commendable: (Miltiadis) ratio, N.: (versūs), O.: continenter vixisse laudandum est.

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  • 12 lautus

        lautus adj. with comp. and sup.    [P. of lavo], neat, elegant, splendid, sumptuous, luxurious: nihil apud hunc lautum: praetor, Iu.: patrimonium, splendid: valde iam lautus es, qui, etc., very grand: homines: lautiores (liberti): orborum lautissimus, Iu.: illa (liberalitas) lautior, more glorious: negotium, honorable: lautus habetur, a gentleman, Iu.
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    lauta -um, lautior -or -us, lautissimus -a -um ADJ
    elegant, fashionable; sumptuous/luxurious; fine, well turned out; washed/clean

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  • 13 mēnsis

        mēnsis is ( gen plur. mensium, mensūm or mensuum), m    [1 MA-], a month: mensis trīs abest, T.: quintum iam mensem obsessus, S.: lunae cursūs qui menses nominantur: Veneris marinae, i. e. of Venus's birth, April, H.: primo mense, at the beginning of the month, V.: regnavit paucos mensīs: magni menses, i. e. glorious, V.
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  • 14 nox

        nox noctis, f    [1 NEC-], night: umbra terrae soli officiens noctem efficit: nocte et die concoqui, in twenty-four hours: dinumerationes noctium ac dierum: omni nocte dieque, Iu.: primā nocte, at nightfall, Cs.: de nocte, by night: multā de nocte, late at night: multā nocte: ad multam noctem, Cs.: intempestā nocte, S.: nox proelium diremit, S.: sub noctem naves solvit, Cs.: Conari noctīsque et dies, T.: noctes et dies urgeri, night and day: concubiā nocte: nec discernatur, interdiu nocte, pugnent, by night, L.: O noctes cenaeque deum! i. e. glorious late suppers, H.: omnis et insanā semita nocte sonat, a revelling by night, Pr. — A dream: pectore noctem Accipit, V.— Death: omnīs una manet nox, H.: aeterna, V.— Darkness, obscurity, gloom of tempest: quae quasi noctem quandam rebus offunderet: imber Noctem hiememque ferens, V.— Blindness: Perpetua, O.— Person., the goddess of Night, sister of Erebus, C., V., O.—Fig., darkness, confusion: in hanc rei p. noctem incidisse.— Mental darkness, ignorance: quantum mortalia pectora caecae Noctis habent, O.— Obscurity, unintelligibility: mei versūs aliquantum noctis habebunt, O.
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    prima nocte -- early in the night; multa nocte -- late at night

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  • 15 pulcher (pulcer)

        pulcher (pulcer) chra, chrum, adj.    with comp. pulchrior, and sup. pulcherrimus, beautiful, beauteous, fair, handsome: homo, Enn. ap. C.: virgo, T.: iuvenis, Ph.: quo pulchrior alter Non fuit, V.: formā pulcherrima, V.: O matre pulchrā filia pulchrior, H.: o faciem pulchram! T.: tunicae, H.: horti, O.: Ganges, V.: quid potest esse aspectu pulchrius?: pulcherrimorum agrorum iudex.—As subst n.: quid habet pulchri acervus, beauty, H. —Fig., beautiful, fine, excellent, noble, honorable, glorious, illustrious: res p. paulatim inmutata ex pulcherrumā pessima facta est, S.: pulcherrimum exemplum, Cs.: pulcerrumum facinus, S.: poëmata, H.: dies, fortunate, H.—Fortunate, prosperous: ne pulchrum se ac beatum putaret: dies, H. —In the phrase, pulchrum est, it is beautiful, is grand, is glorious, is a fine thing: Cui pulchrum fuit in medios dormire dies, it seemed a fine thing, H.—In compliment, worthy, excellent: propino hoc pulchro Critiae, the perfect gentleman.

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  • 16 splendeō

        splendeō —, —, ēre,    to shine, be bright, gleam, glitter, glisten: splendet pontus, V.: paternum Splendet salinum, H.: Glycera Splendens, H.— Fig., to shine, be bright, be illustrious, be glorious: virtus splendet per sese: alienā invidiā, i. e. by the odium thrown on others, L.
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    splendere, splendui, - V INTRANS
    shine/gleam/glitter, be bright/radiant/resplendent (white/color)/distinguished

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  • 17 actinosus

    actinosa, actinosum ADJ
    glorious; (full of rays)

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  • 18 clutus

    cluta, clutum ADJ
    famous, renowned; celebrated, glorious; refined

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  • 19 glorificus

    glorifica, glorificum ADJ
    glorious, full of glory

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  • 20 inclutus

    incluta -um, inclutior -or -us, inclutissimus -a -um ADJ
    celebrated, renowned, famous, illustrious, glorious

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