Definition of diu
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Orthography ID = 1004916
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LEM
diū
DIV-
adverb
  1. by day, all day
  2. all day, a long time, long while, long
Abbreviations
diū adv. with comp. diūtius, and sup. diūtissimē DIV-, by day, all day: diu noctuque, continually, S.

—All day, a long time, long while, long: Haud diust, T.: diu consultum: ad pedes iacuit: Ut docui te saepe diuque, H.: diu atque acriter pugnatum est, Cs.: nec diutius vixit quam locuta est: sustinere impetūs, Cs.: ubi se diutius duci intellexit, put off indefinitely, Cs.: paulum diutius abesse, a little too long, L.: neque illis diutius eā (victoriā) uti licuisset, S.: (Cato) qui senex diutissime fuisset, Cs.: quam diutissime vivere: satis diu naturae vixi, long enough: cur tam diu loquimur?: tam diu, dum urbis moenibus continebatur, as long as: ne tam diu quidem dominus erit, dum, etc., even long enough, etc.: tecum fuit, as long as: numquam quicquam iam diu Mi evenit, this long time: audivimus hoc iam diu: Neque diu ... huc commigrarunt, long ago, T.
 
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