Definition of diversus, divorsus
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LEM
dīversus, dīversa, dīversum
(dīvorsus, dīvorsa, dīvorsum)
diverto: dis
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. turned different ways, opposite, contrary
  2. turned away, apart, separate
  3. remote, fardistant
  4. [figuratively] different, diverse, opposite, contrary, conflicting
  5. unsettled, irresolute, distracted
  6. different, unlike, dissimilar, distinct
Abbreviations
dīversus or dīvorsus adj. with sup. P. of diverto

— dis + verto, turned different ways, opposite, contrary: in diversum iter equi concitati, L.: iter a proposito, Cs.: diversam aciem in duas partīs constituit, with a double front, Cs.: duo (cinguli) maxime inter se diversi (i. e. the two polar circles): procurrentibus in diversa terris, Ta.: auditis diversā valle mugitibus, from opposite quarters, O.

— Turned away, apart, separate: diversi pugnabant, separately, Cs.: iam antea diversi audistis, individually, S.: diversi dissipatique in omnīs partīs fugere, Cs.: fuga, L.: diversi consules discedunt, L.: quo diversus abis? away, V.: in locis maxime diversis, very widely separated: regio ab se, remotely, L.: diversissimis locis, L.: diverso itinere, by a side-path, Cs.

—As subst n.: ex diverso caeli, from another quarter, V.: ex diverso veniemus, from different directions, V.: diversa sequentes, other pursuits, H.

—Remote, fardistant: Aesar, i. e. in a far country, O.: exsilia, V.

—Fig., different, diverse, opposite, contrary, conflicting: naturae studia: inter se mala, S.: consilia, Cs.: Est huic diversum vitio vitium prope mains, H.: reges diversi pars ingenium, alii corpus exercebant, pursuing opposite courses, S.: fata duorum, V.: utrum ... an ... in diversum auctores trahunt, there is a conflict of authorities, L.: a te totus diversus est, dissents entirely: par ingenio, morum diversus, Ta.: iudices per diversa implacabiles, for opposite reasons, Ta.

—Unsettled, irresolute, distracted: Metu ac libidine, S.: animi, Ta.: diversi inconstantia volgi, Tb.

— Different, unlike, dissimilar, distinct: genera bellorum: filii longissime diversa ratio est: flumina diversa locis, V.: ab his divorsae litterae, S.
 
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