Definition of ferme
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LEM
fermē
for * ferimē, sup of fere
adverb
  1. closely, quite, entirely, fully, altogether, just
  2. [of time] in general, usually, commonly
  3. [of degree] nearly, almost, well-nigh, about
  4. [with a negative] hardly, scarcely
Abbreviations
fermē adv. for * ferimē, sup of fere, closely, quite, entirely, fully, altogether, just: iam ferme moriens me vocat, just dying, T.: quod ferme dirum in tempus cecidere Latinae.

—Of time, in general, usually, commonly: parentum iniuriae Unius modi sunt ferme, T.: quod ferme evenit: inculta ferme vestiuntur virgultis, L.

—Of degree, nearly, almost, well-nigh, about: ferme eadem omnia, quae, etc., T.: pars ferme dimidia, L.: aberat mons ferme milia viginti, S.

—With a negative, hardly, scarcely: hoc non ferme sine magnis principum vitiis evenit: nec ferme res antiqua alia est nobilior, L.: ut eo nihil ferme quisquam addere posset.
 
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