Definition of argutus
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Orthography ID = 1001386
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LEM
argūtus, argūta, argūtum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. active, quick, expressive, lively
  2. [to the hearing] piercing, sharp, shrill
  3. [of style] explicit, detailed
  4. [of omens] distinct, clear, striking
  5. sagacious, acute, witty, bright
  6. cunning, sly, artful
Abbreviations
argūtus adj. with comp. and sup. P. of arguo, active, quick, expressive, lively: manus: oculi: caput (of a horse), graceful, V.

— To the hearing, piercing, sharp, shrill (poet.): hirundo, chirping, V.: ilex, rustling, V.: nemus, echoing with song, V.: Neaera, melodious, H.: serra, grating, V.: pecten, rattling, V.

— Of style, explicit, detailed: litterae.

— Of omens, distinct, clear, striking: argutissima exta: omen, Pr.

—Sagacious, acute, witty, bright: in sententiis argutior: poema argutius: acumen, H.

—Cunning, sly, artful: calo, H.
 
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