Definition of condicio, conditio
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LEM
condiciō, condiciōnis
(conditiō, conditiōnis)
com-, DIC-
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. an agreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand
  2. a marriage, contract of marriage, match
  3. [people] position, situation, condition, rank, place, circumstances
  4. [of things] a situation, condition, nature, mode, manner
Abbreviations
condiciō (not conditiō), ōnis, f com- + DIC-, an agreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand: pacis: non respuit condicionem, Cs.: ne si pax fieret, ipse per condiciones traderetur, S.: de condicionibus tractat, N.: his condicionibus conpositā pace, L.: ex quā condicione, in consequence of, L.: Accipe sub ce{*}tā condicione preces, O.: sub condicione, conditionally, L.: eā enim condicione acceperas: neque ullā condicione adduci ut, etc., terms. his condicionibus erit quisquam tam stultus, etc.: iniquā condicione causam dicere, at a disadvantage: turbam procorum Condicione fugat, by her terms, O.: hac condicione, ut, etc.: mihi si haec condicio consulatūs data est, ut, etc., if the consulship is given on condition, etc.: fecit pacem his condicionibus, ne qui, etc., N.: iam vero istā condicione, dum mini liceat negare, etc.: Cui sit condicio sine pulvere palmae, the assurance, H.

— A marriage, contract of marriage, match: uxoria: condicionem filiae quaerendam esse, L.: Accepit condicionem, the relation of mistress, T.: hinc licet condiciones legas, pick up love adventures.

—Of persons, position, situation, condition, rank, place, circumstances: liberorum populorum: misera vitae: condicionem ferre: infirma servorum: tolerabilis servitutis: condicione meliore esse: testium: usi eā condicione fortunae, ut, etc.: Condicione super communi, the common danger, H.: Attalicae condiciones, i. e. enormous wealth, H.: servi condicionis huius, Ta.

— Of things, a situation, condition, nature, mode, manner: agri: vitae, manner of living: vivendi, H.: absentiae, Ta.: mortis, the liability to, V.
 
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