Definition of fastidium
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Orthography ID = 1006114
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LEM
fastīdium, fastīdiī
noun (n., 2nd declension)
  1. nausea, squeamishness, loathing, distaste, aversion
  2. [figuratively] dislike, aversion, disgust, fastidiousness, excessive nicety
  3. scornful contempt, haughtiness, pride
Abbreviations
fastīdium ī, n nausea, squeamishness, loathing, distaste, aversion: cibi: Magna movet stomacho fastidia, H.: veteris quercūs, Iu.: oculorum.

—Fig., dislike, aversion, disgust, fastidiousness, excessive nicety: ab aliquā re fastidio quodam abalienari: est fastidi delicatissimi: audiendi: insolens domesticarum rerum: fastidio esse alquibus, Ta.: nec id fit fastidio meo: spectatoris fastidia ferre superbi, H.

—Scornful contempt, haughtiness, pride: quorum non possum ferre fastidium: efferri fastidio et contumaciā: superba pati fastidia, V.: Oderunt fastidia divi, Tb.
 
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