Definition of conatus
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LEM
cōnātus, cōnātūs
noun (m., 4th declension)
  1. an attempt, effort, undertaking, enterprise, endeavor
  2. effort, exertion, struggle, endeavor
  3. a beginning, undertaking
  4. [figuratively] an impulse, inclination, tendency
Abbreviations
cōnātus ūs, m conor, an attempt, effort, undertaking, enterprise, endeavor: audax, L.: hoc conatu destiterunt, Cs.: princeps ad conatum exercitūs conparandi: conatum Antoni reppulerunt: de spe conatuque depulsus: compressi tuos conatūs: multis frustra conatibus captis, L.: in mediis conatibus aegri Succidimus, V.

— Effort, exertion, struggle, endeavor: quo maiore conatu aguntur: ad hostes magno conatu profectus, L.

— A beginning, undertaking: in ipso conatu rerum circumegit se annus, L.: tantis fatum conatibus obstat, O.

—Fig., an impulse, inclination, tendency: conatum habere ad pastūs capessendos.
 
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