Definition of delicatus
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Orthography ID = 1004166
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LEM
dēlicātus, dēlicāta, dēlicātum
* dēlicō, to clear up, delico
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. alluring, charming, pleasing, delightful, luxurious, voluptuous
  2. given to pleasure, luxurious, effeminate
  3. nice, squeamish
Abbreviations
dēlicātus adj. with comp. and sup. P. of * dēlicō, to clear up, alluring, charming, pleasing, delightful, luxurious, voluptuous: in illo delicatissimo litore: hortuli, Ph.: puerorum comitatus: delicatiores in cantu flexiones: puella delicatior haedo, softer, Ct.

— Given to pleasure, luxurious, effeminate: pueri: iuventus: capella, Ct.

—Nice, squeamish: tam, quam iste: fastidium.
 
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