Definition of calidus, caldus
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Orthography ID = 1002023
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calidus, calida, calidum
(caldus, calda, caldum)
3 CAL-
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. warm, hot
  2. [sing f. as subst] warm water
  3. [figuratively] fiery, rash, eager, spirited, fierce, impassioned, vehement
  4. inconsiderate, hasty, rash
Abbreviations
calidus and (poet.) caldus adj. with comp. 3 CAL-, warm, hot: omne quod est calidum: calidior quam ae: cruor, O.: de pectore flumen (sanguinis), V.

—Plur n. as subst: Frigida pugnabant calidis, cold with heat, O.

—Sing f. as subst, warm water: lavi calidā, Ta.

— Fig., fiery, rash, eager, spirited, fierce, impassioned, vehement: equus animis, of a fiery spirit, V.: redemptor, H.: iuventā, H.

—Inconsiderate, hasty, rash: Vide ne nimium calidum hoc sit, T.: consilia: consilia calidiora, L.: Caldior est, too quick of temper, H.
 
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