Definition of contemptus, contemtus
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Orthography ID = 1003509
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LEM
contemptus, contemptūs
(contemtus, contemtūs)
com-, 1 TEM-
noun (m., 4th declension)
  1. a despising, contempt, scorn
  2. a being despised, slight received, disagrace
Abbreviations
contemptus (-temt-) ūs, m com-+1 TEM-, a despising, contempt, scorn: alumnae, the slight done to, O.: hunc apparatum sequebantur contemptūs omnium, L.

—A being despised, slight received, disagrace: contemptūs patientior huius, O.: contemptu tutus esse, insignificance, L.: Gallis prae magnitudine corporum suorum brevitas nostra contemptui est, an object of contempt, Cs.
 
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