Definition of conscientia
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LEM
cōnscientia, cōnscientiae
noun (f., 1st declension)
  1. joint knowledge, consciousness, common knowledge, privity, cognizance
  2. consciousness, knowledge, feeling, sense
  3. a sense of right, moral sense, conscience
  4. a good conscience, self - approval
  5. a sense of guilt, remorse
  6. with ne, guilty fear
Abbreviations
cōnscientia ae, f conscio, joint knowledge, consciousness, common knowledge, privity, cognizance: conscientiae contagio: alqm in conscientiam adsumere, Ta.: a conscientiae suspitione abesse: perfugit, suam conscientiam metuens, L.: conscientiae eius modi facinorum: hominum: plurium, L.

—Consciousness, knowledge, feeling, sense: nostra: sua, L.: virium nostrarum, L.: pulcherrimi facti: scelerum tuorum, Cs.: spretorum (deorum), L.: de culpā, S.: conscientiā, quid abesset virium, detractavere pugnam, L.: inerat conscientia derisui fuisse triumphum, he was keenly aware, Ta.

— A sense of right, moral sense, conscience: recta, a good conscience: egregia, L.: bonae conscientiae pretium, of self - approval, Ta.: Abacta nullā conscientiā, scruple, H.: generis humani, the moral judgment, Ta.: mala, S.

—A good conscience, self - approval: maximi aestimare conscientiam mentis suae: in gravi fortunā conscientiā suā niti.

— A sense of guilt, remorse: fuga, et sceleris et conscientiae testis: conscientiā convictus: angor conscientiae: mentem vastabat, S.: animi.

—With ne, guilty fear, Ta.
 
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