Definition of gloriosus
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LEM
glōriōsus, glōriōsa, glōriōsum
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. full of glory, glorious, famous, renowned
  2. to be proud of, to be gloried in
  3. vainglorious, boasting, haughty, conceited, ostentatious
Abbreviations
glōriōsus adj. with comp. and sup. gloria, full of glory, glorious, famous, renowned: factum: gloriosissimum: quae gloriosa modo neque belli patrandi cognovit (sc. esse), brilliant, not effectual, S.: dies gloriosissimus, Ta.

—To be proud of, to be gloried in: illud Romanis hominibus gloriosum est, ut, etc.: bene de re p. mereri gloriosum est: multo gloriosius duxit, si, etc., N.: dies.

—Vainglorious, boasting, haughty, conceited, ostentatious: miles, braggart, T.: philosophia.
 
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